Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 10 Unit 5: Technology and you (P1)

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Choose the word whose bolded part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:

Question 1:

  • a. technology
  • b. different
  • c. mental
  • d. dentist

Question 2:

  • a. computer
  • b. from
  • c. box
  • d. doctor

Question 3:

  • a. happy
  • b. weekly
  • c. accuracy
  • d. multiply

Question 4:

  • a. produced
  • b. wanted
  • c. needed
  • d. subtracted

Question 5:

  • a. magazine
  • b. device
  • c. live
  • d. unit

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

Question 6: She noticed a marked ____ in the children on her second visit.

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

Question 7: She had been a ____ in her day.

  • a. beauty
  • b. beautician
  • c. beautify
  • d. beautiful

Question 8: By my ____, we made a profit of £20 000 last year.

  • a. calculate
  • b. calculator
  • c. calculation
  • d. calculated

Question 9: The government provided an ____ £25 million to expand the service.

  • a. additive
  • b. addition
  • c. additional
  • d. additionally

Question 10: Disagreements about defence cuts have opened up deep _____ within the military.

  • a. divide
  • b. divisions
  • c. divided
  • d. divisional

Question 11: Use conditioner regularly to make your hair soft and ____.

  • a. manage
  • b. management
  • c. manager
  • d. manageable

Question 12: I found the talk both informative and ____.

  • a. entertain
  • b. entertainer
  • c. entertaining
  • d. entertainment

Question 13: What’s your _____ of happiness?

  • a. definition
  • b. definite
  • c. indefinite
  • d. definitive

Question 14: We don’t know whether he’s ____ or dead.

  • a. live
  • b. lively
  • c. alive
  • d. living

Question 15: She has a highly ___ mind.

  • a. invent
  • b. inventive
  • c. inventor
  • d. invention

Question 16: _____ technology has had profound effects on liftestyle throughout human history.

  • a. A
  • b. An
  • c. The
  • d. no article

Question 17: In a robot the controlling computer’s major output device is the robot _____.

  • a. itself
  • b. himself
  • c. herself
  • d. themselves

Question 18: Computer engineering is the branch of electrical engineering ___ focuses both on hardware and software design, and the interaction between the two.

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

Question 19: Since the 1970s, computers ____ at a low enough cost to allow individuals to own a personal computer.

  • a. are produced
  • b. will be produced
  • c. were produced
  • d. have been produced

Question 20: The study of computer hardware _____ part of computer engineering.

  • a. is usually considered
  • b. usually considered
  • b. being usually considered
  • d. usually considering

Question 21: ____ was born in Stratford, wrote more than forty plays.

  • a. William Shakespeare, that
  • b. William Shakespeare who
  • c. William Shakespeare, who
  • d. William Shakespeare

Question 22: I ____ as ill as I do now for a long time.

  • a. was not feeling
  • b. have not been feeling
  • c. did not feel
  • d. have not felt

Question 23: I wish I ____ younger.

  • a. had been
  • b. would be
  • c. were
  • d. have been

Question 24: ____ to my wife is a friend of ours.

  • a. The woman, who is talking
  • b. The woman who is talking
  • c. The woman is talking
  • d. The woman whom is talking

Question 25: No one has used this computer for a long time.

  • a. This computer has not been used for a long time.
  • b. This computer was not used for a long time ago.
  • b. This computer has been used for a long time.
  • b. This computer has not used for a long time.

Question 26: There ____ no improvements since he applying his new project last month.

  • a. were / has suggested
  • b. have been / suggested
  • c. had been / suggested
  • d. are / would suggest

Question 27: ____ is to call the police.

  • a. The last thing, that you can do
  • b. The last thing, you can do
  • c. The last thing, which you can do
  • d. The last thing that you can do

Question 28: Please take me to any place ____ I can spend the night.

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

Question 29: Sue intends to spend her summer holidays in Florida although she ____ there three times before.

  • a. was
  • b. will be
  • c. has been
  • d. had been

Question 30: The time ____ I stayed on the farm with my grandparents was so interesting that I even thought of becoming an agricultural engineer.

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

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

Question 31: you / operate / printer / make sure / wire / plug in / printer /on

  • a. Unless you want to operate a printer, you must make sure that the wire is plugged in and the printer is on.
  • b. You want to operate a printer you must make sure that the wire is plugged in and the printer is on.
  • c. Do you want to operate a printer, you must make sure that the wire is plugged in and the printer is on.
  • d. If you want to operate a printer, you must make sure that the wire is plugged in and the printer is on.

Question 32: you / check / cable connections / computer / printer / put / papers / tray

  • a. You must check the cable connections between the computer and the printer.
  • b. You must check the cable connections among the computer and the printer.
  • c. As a result, you must check the cable connections between the computer and the printer.
  • d. Lately, you must check the cable connections between the computer and the printer.

Question 33: not use / folded papers / in other words / papers / smooth / clean

  • a. Don’t use folded papers. In other words, the papers must be smooth and clean.
  • b. Not using folded papers. In other words, the papers must be smooth and clean.
  • c. Not to use folded papers. In other words, the papers must be smooth and clean.
  • d. And not using folded papers. In other words, the papers must be smooth

Question 34: print / file / select / file / double click / printing symbol / computer toolbar.

  • a. As print a file, you must select the file and double click the printing symbol on the computer toolbar.
  • b. To print a file and then you must select the file and double click the printing symbol on the computer toolbar.
  • c. To print a file, you must select the file and double click the printing symbol on the computer toolbar.
  • d. For a file printing, you must select the file and double click the printing symbol on the computer toolbar.

Question 35: Remember / not / draw / papers / out of / when / working

  • a. Remember so that you do not to draw the papers out of the machine when it is working.
  • b. Remember not drawing the papers out of the machine when it is working.
  • c. Remember not to draw the papers out of the machine until it is working.
  • d. Remember not to draw the papers out of the machine when it is working.

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

Although computers are considered the most perfect and effective devices in our modern time, we cannot avoid some certain problems when we are working on a computer. Letters and phone conversations are private. It is against the law to open someone’s mail without permission or to listen secretly to someone's telephone conversation. And now there are laws to protect the privacy of e-mail. It is also against the law to read the messages that a person sends or receives on a computer. Although each person has a secret password for his or her e-mail, sometimes the passwords are discovered by hackers and the mail box is opened.

Recently several companies that do business on the Internet have been attacked. The attackers sent huge amounts of useless e-mails to the Web sites of these companies. The effect was to slow or stop the ability of the companies to do their business. Such actions are known as “denial of service” attacks. The companies say they may have lost millions of dollars because they were not able to provide goods and services during the attacks. Most of the companies were able to solve the problem in about three hours. The victims of the attacks included some of largest and most successful companies on the Internet, such as Yahoo, Amazon, and Com and E-Trade. The police have investigated the attackers. The computer industry leaders have discussed the electronic attacks and the problems of computer crime. They suggest that a person who is found guilty of such a crime should be sentenced to at least 10 years in prison.

Question 36: It is _____ to read the messages that a, person, send or receive on a computer.

  • a. legal
  • b. illegal
  • c. encouraged
  • d. advisable

Question 37: Which sentence is true?

  • a. It is quite secret to send or receive messages through the Internet.
  • b. We need a password to open an e-mail box.
  • c. We never have problems with e-mail.
  • d. E-mails on the Internet are open letters.

Question 38: What happened to some companies that do business on the Internet?

  • a. They were electronically attacked.
  • b. They were closed because they are broke.
  • c. They stopped working because all computers were out of order.
  • d. They stopped working because of no power.

Question 39: What did the hackers do?

  • a. They attacked the network by computer viruses.
  • b. They made a lot of orders through the Internet.
  • c. They sent a lot of e-mails to the companies.
  • d. They sent useless e-mails to the Web sites of these companies.

Question 40: Most of the companies ____.

  • a. could solve the problem
  • b. could not solve the problem
  • c. closed
  • d. were sentenced to about ten years in prison

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

I/O (short for input / output) is a general term for devices (Question 41) ____ computers information from the outside world and that return the results of computations. For personal computers, for (Question 42) __ keyboards and mice are the primary ways people directly enter information (Question 43) _____ the computers; and monitors are the primary way (Question 44) ____ information from the computer is (Question 45) ____ back to the user, though printers, speakers, and headphones are common, too. There is (Question 46) _____ huge variety of (Question 47) ____ devices for obtaining other types of input. One example is the digital camera, (Question 48) ___ can be used to input visual information. The (Question 49) ____ to transfer data between computers has opened up a huge range of capabilities for the computer. The global Internet allows millions of computers to transfer information of all types (Question 50) _____ each other.

Question 41:

  • a. that send
  • b. which sends
  • c. which sending
  • d. who send

Question 42:

  • a. instead
  • b. instance
  • c. interest
  • d. increase

Question 43:

  • a. for
  • b. toward
  • c. into
  • d. in

Question 44:

  • a. in which
  • b. in that
  • c. those of
  • d. which in

Question 45:

  • a. received
  • b. read
  • c. paid
  • d. presented

Question 46:

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

Question 47:

  • a. another
  • b. other
  • c. the others
  • d. others

Question 48:

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

Question 49:

  • a. able
  • b. enable
  • c. ability
  • d. ably

Question 50:

  • a. among
  • b. in
  • c. beyond
  • d. between
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