Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 10 Unit 4: Special education (P2)

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

Question 1:

  • a. education
  • b. specialty
  • c. opposition
  • d. demonstration

Question 2:

  • a. special
  • b. mental
  • c. fourteen
  • d. within

Question 3:

  • a. luggage
  • b. retard
  • c. happen
  • d. lesson

Question 4:

  • a. subtract
  • b. parent
  • c. message
  • d. passage

Question 5:

  • a. disable
  • b. manager
  • c. condition
  • d. parental

Choose the correct words to complete the sentences:

Question 6: It's true ____ your aun't gone back to teaching, isn't it?

  • a. that
  • b. when
  • c. which
  • d. where

Question 7: ____ of your brothers and sisters do you feel closet to?

  • a. Who
  • b. What
  • c. Whose
  • d. Which

Question 8: We met in an ancient building, ____ underground room had been converted into a chapel.

  • a. that
  • b. whose
  • c. whom
  • d. which

Question 9: I'm going to meet a woman with ____ I used to study.

  • a. who
  • b. whose
  • c. whom
  • d. that

Question 10: My teacher asked me if I knew _____had got that job.

  • a. who
  • b. whom
  • c. that
  • d. which

Question 11: ____ are they doing that for? Please tell me.

  • a. Whom
  • b. That
  • c. What
  • d. Why

Question 12: My older sister was just getting into the kitchen ____ the receiver rang.

  • a. when
  • b. where
  • c. what
  • d. which

Question 13: There is no reason _____ they shouldn't be successful.

  • a. that
  • b. what
  • c. why
  • d. when

Question 14: Her uncle lived in Barcelona for several years, _____ he taught Spaannish.

  • a. when
  • b. where
  • c. which
  • d. that

Question 15: ____ movie would you prefer to see - “Romeo and Juliet” or “Titanic”?

  • a. What
  • b. Who
  • c. Whom
  • d. Which

Question 16: ____ pretty funny.

  • a. You said
  • b. You said that
  • c. What you said was
  • d. The thing

Question 17: ____ a new student.

  • a. The room came
  • b. The room came into
  • c. Into the room came
  • d. Came into the room

Question 18: Robin Hood stole from ____ poor.

  • a. rich and gave
  • b. the rich and gave to the
  • c. the rich and giving
  • d. rich and the

Question 19: She cannot be at work. No one in the office ___ her since the lunch time.

  • a. has seen
  • b. saw
  • d. had seen
  • d. would see

Question 20: A cold wind ____ for the last three days.

  • a. has been blowing
  • b. blows
  • c. is blowing
  • d. blew

Question 21: Many people with serious visual impairments can travel independently _____ 18 consisered to be the international symbol of blindness.

  • a. by using a cane, which
  • b. by using a cane, that
  • c. by being used a cane
  • d. by used a cane, which

Question 22: Designers have developed a number of tools ____.

  • a. for the used by the blind people
  • b. for used to by blind people
  • c. are used for blind people
  • d. for the use of blind people

Question 23: Mother Theresa devoted ____.

  • a. her life and helped poor
  • b. her life to helping the poor
  • c. her help and life of the poor
  • d. to help poor

Question 24: You are the first person ___ I am funny.

  • a. to tell me
  • b. telling me that
  • c. who telling me
  • d. that tells me to be

Question 25: Children ___ have always been part of our communities.

  • a. disabled
  • b. disabilities
  • c. which are disabled
  • d. with disabilities

Question 26: Special Education includes school-based activities ___ family and community activities.

  • a. as well as
  • b. as long as
  • c. both
  • d. neither

Question 27: The earlier special education was provided, ____ the outcome for the child and the family.

  • a. best
  • b. the best
  • c. the better
  • d. the good

Question 28: Special Education ____ a different quality in different countries.

  • a. has
  • b. has to
  • c. that have
  • d. which has

Question 29: The fact that he was not offered the position ____.

  • a. which made him very upset
  • b. made him very upset
  • c. that made him very upset
  • d. making him being upset

Question 30: Mrs. Pike ____ very attractive when she was young, but now she looks pale because of the illness.

  • a. is used to being
  • b. used to be
  • c. was used for being
  • d. use to be

Error Identification.

Question 31: What should be done to help the people whose situation forces them destroying grassland?

  • a. What should be done
  • b. to help
  • c. whose situation
  • d. destroying grassland

Question 32: Despite computers are considered the most effective device in teaching and learning, not all schools in our country are equipped.

  • a. Despite
  • b. the most effective device
  • c. learning
  • d. not all schools

Question 33: How did you do on the exam? — I passed, but I did not do it so good.

  • a. How did you do
  • b. I passed
  • c. I did not do
  • d. so good

Question 34: Knowledge of the culture of the target language makes you the more confident to communicate.

  • a. Knowledge of
  • b. the target language
  • c. makes
  • d. the more

Question 35: A farmer’s tractor is consider to be a powerful horse as it can help him to do a lot of heavy work.

  • a. is consider
  • b. to be
  • c. as it can help
  • d. to do

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

A sign language Isa language which uses hands to make gestures to communicate instead of sound - simultaneously combining movement of the arms or body. and facial expressions to express a speaker's thought. Sign languages develop in deaf communities. Interpreters and friends and families of deaf people, who are not deaf as well as people who are deaf or hea ring-impaired themselves use sign language to communicate. When people using different sign languages meet communication is significantly easier than when people of different spoken languages meet. Sign language in this respect gives access to an international deaf community. However, sign language is not universal.

Wherever communities of deaf people exist, sign languages develop. They vary trom culture to culture. They are not based on the spoken language in the country of origin. Hundreds of sign languages are in use around the world. Sign languages are as rich and complex as any oral language, despite the common misconception that they are not “real languages”. On the whole, deaf sign languages are independent of oral languages and follow their own paths of development. For example, British Sign Language and American Sign Language are quite different and mutually unintelligible, even though the hearing people of Britain and America share the same oral language. Similarly, countries which use a single oral language throughout may have two or more sign languages; whereas an area that contains more than one oral language might use only one sign language.

Question 36: Sign language uses ____ to communicate.

  • a. sound
  • b. voice
  • c. gestures
  • d. eye contact

Question 37: Sign language is generally used to communicate to the _____.

  • a. deaf
  • b. blind
  • c. poor
  • d. lisping

Question 38: According to the writer, _____.

  • a. only the deaf can use sign language
  • b. sign language only belongs to the disabled
  • c. everybody can use sign language to communicate with the deaf
  • d. sign language cannot be used by those who do not suffer deafness

Question 39: Which sentence is not true?

  • a. Sign languages are as rich and complex as oral languages.
  • b. Some people consider sign languages not real languages.
  • c. Deaf sign languages are independent from oral languages.
  • d. Deaf sign languages develop dependently on oral languages.

Question 40: Sign languages _____.

  • a. are different in different countries
  • b. are the same in every language
  • c. are difficult to learn
  • d. are not used in a country which uses a single oral language

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

123 Oxford Street

WW3, London

Customer Service Dept.

Jones’ Electrical Ltd.

London

Dear Sir or Madam:

I am writing to (Question 41) ____ about the trouble that I have suffered since the time I bought a computer (Question 42) ____ your branch. It seemed to work perfectly in the shop but when I got (Question 43) ____ home I found that it was (Question 44) ___. I can use it only to type. It is almost out of working (Question 45) ____ when I operate Excel and Power Point. It is even worse that I cannot save (Question 46) ____ files that I have created. The color of the monitor is not clear and beautiful as (Question 47) ___.

I took the computer back to the shop (Question 48) ____ I bought it but they refused to exchange it although I gave them the (Question 49) ____ showing price and date of purchase and the manufacturer’s guarantee.

Please refund me the money or exchange another computer.

I hope (Question 50) ____ from you soon.

Yours,

Peter

Question 41:

  • a. compliment
  • b. complain
  • c. entertain
  • d. ask

Question 42:

  • a. on
  • b. against
  • c. from
  • d. into

Question 43:

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

Question 44:

  • a. fault
  • b. faults
  • c. faulting
  • d. faulty

Question 45:

  • a. order
  • b. range
  • c. arrangement
  • d. management

Question 46:

  • a. a
  • b. any
  • c. some
  • d. many

Question 47:

  • a. advertised
  • b. advertising
  • c. advertiser
  • d. advertisement

Question 48:

  • a. which
  • b. in that
  • c. where
  • d. in where

Question 49:

  • a. card
  • b. name card
  • c. credit card
  • d. receipt

Question 50:

  • a. hear
  • b. to hear
  • c. hearing
  • d. heard
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