Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 10 Unit 12: Music (P1)

  • 1 Đánh giá

Bài có đáp án. Câu hỏi và bài tập trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 10: Unit 12: Music (P1). Học sinh luyện tập bằng cách chọn đáp án của mình trong từng câu hỏi. Dưới cùng của bài trắc nghiệm, có phần xem kết quả để biết bài làm của mình. Kéo xuống dưới để bắt đầu.

Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:

Question 1:

  • a. music
  • b. peaceful
  • c. tempo
  • d. relax

Question 2:

  • a. traditional
  • b. combination
  • c. communicate
  • d. rejuvenate

Question 3:

  • a. African
  • b. energy
  • c. instrument
  • d. musician

Question 4:

  • a. European
  • b. especially
  • c. emotional
  • d. considerate

Question 5:

  • a. popular
  • b. powerful
  • c. description
  • d. talented

Choose the best answer a, b, c or d for each sentence.

Question 6: It's a school for _____ gifted children.

  • a. music
  • b. musician
  • c. musical
  • d. musically

Question 7: The rise in US interest rates caused the dollar to ____ against all the Asian currencies.

  • a. strength
  • b. strengthen
  • c. strong
  • d. strongly

Question 8: We were woken early by the sound of the birds _____.

  • a. song
  • b. sing
  • c. singer
  • d. singing

Question 9: The children were wearing traditional _____ costume.

  • a. national
  • b. nationalist
  • c. nationality
  • d. nationalize

Question 10: The mansion is set in 90 acres of beautiful, unspoilt ____.

  • a. country
  • b. countryman
  • c. countryside
  • d. countrywide

Question 11: We need to make the club _____ to a wider range of people.

  • a. attract
  • b. attractive
  • c. attraction
  • d. attractively

Question 12: What do I think of your purple shoes? Well, they're certainly ___.

  • a. difference
  • b. different
  • c. differently
  • d. differential

Question 13: I read an interesting piece of ___ in the newspaper.

  • a. inform
  • b. information
  • c. informant
  • d. informational

Question 14: This sort of aggression is ______ behavior - people aren't born that way.

  • a. learn
  • b. learned
  • c. learnt
  • d. learning

Question 15: Why do so many boys take ___ in torturing insects and small animals?

  • a. please
  • b. pleasing
  • c. pleasure
  • d. pleasant

Question 16: Have you ever listened to _____ Backstreet Boys, _____ pop band?

  • a. the / a
  • b. a / no article
  • c. no article / the
  • d. a / a

Question 17: I am afraid that I cannot help you with your assignment because I have some of my own ____.

  • a. to be done
  • b. for doing
  • c. for I do
  • d. to do

Question 18: What are you jogging for? - _____.

  • a. For losing weight
  • b. For I will lose weight
  • c. To lose weight
  • d. Because I lose weight

Question 19: I wish ____ a phone call but my mobile has got low battery. May I use yours?

  • a. make
  • b. to make
  • c. making
  • d. made

Question 20: We ought ____ an answer.

  • a. to get
  • b. in getting
  • c. to getting
  • d. for got

Question 21: I regret ____ you that you are not offered the job because you lack of necessary experience.

  • a. when to tell
  • b. when tell
  • c. to tell
  • d. telling

Question 22: Peter said confidently, “I am going to be a pop star ____ Michael Jackson."

  • a. alike
  • b. like
  • c. likely
  • d. unlikely

Question 23: No one can sing the blues beautifully ____ she can.

  • a. alike
  • b. likely
  • c. unlikely
  • d. as

Question 24: Music ____ our hopes and dream.

  • a. can be also conveyed
  • b. that also convey
  • c. to convey
  • d. can also convey

Question 25: He often ____ his feelings into words.

  • a. finds it hard to put
  • b. finds it hard putting
  • c. finds it hard for him putting
  • d. finds it hard for he to put

Question 26: _____ there? — I spent three wonderful weeks there.

  • a. How often did you stay
  • b. How far you stayed
  • c. How long did you stay
  • d. How long you stayed

Question 27: ____ the coffee? It smells good.

  • a. Who made
  • b. Did who make
  • c. Whom made
  • d. Who is made

Question 28: ____ ? — Not bad.

  • a. How are you
  • b. Who are you
  • c. Where are you from
  • d. What are you

Question 29: ____ at Christmas? — I went home for Christmas.

  • a. What did you do for
  • b. For what did you do
  • c. Where did you went
  • d. What did you do

Question 30: Whenever we meet, Jack avoids ____ at me although I have never asked him about the money that he borrowed me some years ago.

  • a. to look
  • b. look
  • c. for looking
  • d. looking

Choose the best sentence that can be made from the cues given.

Question 31: scientists / research / effects / music / heart / for years.

  • a. Scientists have done research on the effects of music on the heart for years.
  • b. Scientists did research on the effects of music on the heart for years.
  • c. Scientists have done research on the effects that of music on the heart for years.
  • d. It is the effects of music on the heart make scientists have done research for years.

Question 32: Music / improve / person’s enjoyment / enhance / quality of life / reduce / risk / diseases

  • a. Music improves a person’s enjoyment, enhances the quality of life and reduces the risk of diseases.
  • b. Music improves a person’s enjoyment, enhancing the quality of life and reduces the risk of diseases.
  • c. Music can improve a person’s enjoyment, to enhance the quality of life and to reduce the risk of diseases.
  • d. Music improves a person’s enjoyment because enhances the quality of life and reduces the risk of diseases.

Question 33: you / do / last night? — stay home / listen / music.

  • a. Why were you doing last night? — Because I was staying at home and listening to music.
  • b. How did you do last night? — So I stayed at home and listened to music.
  • c. What have you done last night? — I have stayed at home and listened to music.
  • d. What were you doing last night? — I was staying at home and listening to music.

Question 34: you / want / become / musician? — Music / something / interest / most.

  • a. What makes you want becoming a musician? — Because music is something that interests me the most.
  • b. Why do you want to become a musician? — Because music is something that interests me the most.
  • c. Who makes you become a musician? — Therefore, music is something that interests me the most.
  • d. Which do you want to become a musician? — If music is something that interests me the most.

Question 35: song / the Beatles / you / like / best? — Favourite song / “She loves you” / performed / March 1960.

  • a. Which song by the Beatles do you like best? — My favorite song is “She loves you” performed on March 1960.
  • b. What song by the Beatles do you like best? — My favorite song is “She loves you” performing on March 1960.
  • c. Whose song by the Beatles do you like best? — My favorite song “She loves you” performed on March 1960.
  • d. For what song by the Beatles do you like best? — It is my favorite song “She loves you” perform on March 1960.

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

Folk music, in the original sense of the term, 1s music by and of the common people. Folk music developed, and best survived, in societies which was not yet affected by mass communication and the commercialization of culture. It normally was shared by the entire community (not by a special class of expert performers), and was transmitted by words of mouth. Folk music seems to be synonymous with traditional music. The English term folk, which gained usage in the 18th century, refers to peasants or non-literate peoples. The term is used to emphasize that folk music emerges spontaneously from communities of ordinary people.Folk music has been transmitted by words of mouth though a community will and developed in various ways because this kind of transmission cannot produce word-for-word and note-for-note accuracy. Indeed, many folk singers are quite creative and deliberately modify the material they learn. Folk song is the foundation on which music is based. The classical as well as light music derives inspiration from folk songs. Great musicians and singers have composed their exquisite melodies based on folk songs. In general, the music has a strong effect on minds of human beings. It appeals directly to the soul and is said to be the food of love. People sing themselves or hear from others with joy and delight. More than any other kinds of music, folk music is common in every part of the world. It not only reflects the culture and tradition of the people and expresses their emotions and sentiments but also contains beautiful description of hills, deserts, hikes, rivers, plains, forests, the Moon, the Sun, stars, clouds, rains, flowers, and many other aspects of nature. Naturally, in some places where industrialization and commercialization of culture are most advanced, there is a tendency to be the loss of folk music. Yet in nations or regions where folk music is a badge of cultural or national identity, the loss of folk music can be slowed; for example, in Hungary, Ireland, Turkey, and Greece, people retain their traditional music to some degree.

Question 36. Folk music ____.

  • a. is perfromed by only expert singers
  • b. is not enjoyed by working people
  • c. is only well-developed industrial countries
  • d. is the music of common people

Question 37: In English, the word “folk” means _____.

  • a. educated people
  • b. scholars and musicians
  • c. farmers or non-literate peoples
  • d. singers and non-literate peoples

Question 38: Folk music is transmitted ___.

  • a. accurately
  • b. inaccurately
  • c. precisely
  • d. on paper

Question 39: Folk music ____.

  • a. describes the beauty of nature
  • b. is not worldly common
  • c. is not for lovers
  • d. has been lost forever

Question 40: The word “Yet” has a close meaning to_____.

  • a. However
  • b. As
  • c. Although
  • d. Provided that

Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.

Jazz (Question 41) ____ in the south of America during the 1890s. It grew out of several kinds of music (Question 42) _____ by African-Americans. Another influence on jazz was classical Kuropean music traditions. The (Question 43) ____ use them to create new jazz music. Jazz musicians often begin with a basic song, and then they (Question 44) ____ several new forms of the song while they are playing it. By the 1920s, jazz had moved into northern cities (Question 45) ____ New York and Chicago. One of (Question 46) ____ most important jazz musicians at that time was Louis Armstrong and “West End Blues” is Armstrong’s (Question 47) ____ Song. It was first recorded in 1928. It was thought (Question 48) ____ as a song that represented the jazz of the 1920s. In the 1940s, another new kind of jazz was created by a trumpet player, Dizzy Gillespie and a saxophone player, Charhe Parker. Their jazz (Question 49) ___ bebop. One of the most exciting jazz musicians today is Wynton Marsalis, (Question 50) ____ has said his music is the results of growing up in an age of many different kinds of jazz.

Question 41:

  • a. begins
  • b. began
  • c. has begun
  • d. had begun

Question 42:

  • a. create
  • b. to create
  • c. creating
  • d. created

Question 43:

  • a. musicians
  • b. mathematicians
  • c. physicians
  • d. actors

Question 44:

  • a. destroy
  • b. lull
  • c. invent
  • d. communicate

Question 45:

  • a. alike
  • b. like
  • c. as
  • d. likely

Question 46:

  • a. a
  • b. an
  • c. the
  • d. no article

Question 47:

  • a. fame
  • b. famous
  • c. famously
  • d. famousness

Question 48:

  • a. of
  • b. over
  • c. in
  • d. with

Question 49:

  • a. that was called
  • b. called
  • c. is called
  • d. was called

Question 50:

  • a. who
  • b. whose
  • c. that
  • d. which
Xem đáp án
  • 5 lượt xem
Cập nhật: 07/09/2021