Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 11 Unit 10: Nature in danger (P2)

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Find the word with the stress pattern different from that of the other three words in each question.

Question 1:

  • a. argument
  • b. architect
  • c. artillery
  • d. arduous

Question 2:

  • a. deference
  • b. deficit
  • c. delicacy
  • d. deficiency

Question 3:

  • a. committee
  • b. refugee
  • c. employee
  • d. absentee

Question 4:

  • a. continental
  • b. eradicate
  • c. popularity
  • d. beneficial

Question 5:

  • a. energy
  • b. natural
  • c. relative
  • d. pollution

Choose a, b, c, or d that best completes each unfinished sentence; substitutes the bolded part; or has a close meaning to the original one.

Question 6. The____ is the air, water and land in or on which people, animals and plants live.

  • a. consequence
  • b. environment
  • c. planet
  • d. resource

Question 7: Certain chemicals have been banned because of their damaging effect on the environment.

  • a. destruction
  • b. introduction
  • c. influence
  • d. environment

Question 8: The Earth is one of the ___ in the solar system.

  • a. planets
  • b. resources
  • c. environments
  • d. results

Question 9: Deforestation is destroying large areas of tropical rain forest.

  • a. changing
  • b. raising
  • c. becoming
  • d. damaging

Question 10: The area is roped off because the water is seriously polluted.

  • a. contaminated
  • b. disappeared
  • c. purified
  • d. endangered

Question 11: During a long drought, farmers had to find ways to ____ their crops.

  • a. save
  • b. cook
  • c. raise
  • d. set

Question 12: Human beings have ____ great influence on _____ world.

  • a. the / a
  • b. a / the
  • c. Ø / a
  • d. the / Ø

Question 13: We have to suffer a lot of floods due to our serious _____ of forests.

  • a. destroy
  • b. destructive
  • c. destruction
  • d. destructor

Question 14: She is a famous ___. She tries her best to protect rare animals from extinction.

  • a. environment
  • b. environmental
  • c. environmentalist
  • d. environmentally

Question 15: The problems of pollution call for a prompt ___ from the government.

  • a. act
  • b. action
  • c. acting
  • d. active

Question 16: They are asking for public donations to protect some certain wild animals ____ dying out.

  • a. from
  • b. for
  • c. with
  • d. up

Question 17: More and more rare animals are ____ danger of extinction.

  • a. for
  • b. on
  • c. at
  • d. in

Question 18: Do you know how many pandas remain ____ the wild?

  • a. at
  • b. on
  • c. in
  • d. from

Question 19: It is many rich countries ___ have dealt the problem of extinction in various ways.

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

Question 20: ____ was very kind of him.

  • a. That
  • b. Which
  • c. Whose
  • d. On which

Question 21: Some countries ___ try to reduce extinction depend on the world organization for support.

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

Question 22: The National Parks, ____ certain animal Species survive, are protected strictly from the poaching of hunters.

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

Question 23: Some parts of the world, _____, were cleared for farms and now land is a desert.

  • a. which like the Bragantina of Brazil
  • b. where like the Bragantina of Brazil
  • c. like the Bragantina of Brazil
  • d. whose like the Bragantina of Brazil

Question 24: Smoke from factories is polluting the air, rain forests cannot clean fast enough.

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

Question 25: Everyone must protect the ecosystem of planet Earth, _____.

  • a. that a planet in danger
  • b. which a planet in danger
  • c. where is a planet in danger
  • d. a planet in danger

Question 26: Do you think that we are using up the resources ____ for our survival?

  • a. are necessary
  • b. that are necessary
  • c. which necessary
  • d. that necessary

Question 27: Areas _____ in Africa, South America, and Asia are dense with trees, insects, birds, and animals.

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

Question 28: Rain forests are places ____ people harvest wood, delicious fruits, and powerful medicine.

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

Question 29: I wonder about ____ human beings are destroying the environment so seriously.

  • a. the reason that
  • b. that reason
  • c. the reason in which
  • d. the reason for which

Question 30: The authority gathered those villagers ___ they explained the importance of forests.

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

Identify the one word or phrae that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct.

Question 31: Australian koalas are furry, gray animal that live in trees and feed on leaves

  • a. animal
  • b.love
  • c. trees
  • d. feed on

Question 32: Nuclear energy, despite its early promise as a source of electrical power, is still insignificant in compared with older nd safer energy sources.

  • a. despite
  • b. source of
  • c. is still
  • d. in compared

Question 33: The giraffe’s long neck and legs are the most obvious features that make different from all other animals.

  • a. long neck
  • b. most obvious
  • c. make diferent
  • d. all other

Question 34: Melting glaciers may account the rise in sea level that has taken place during this century.

  • a. Melting
  • b. account the
  • c. in sea level
  • d. has taken place

Question 35: Tom remembered switching off the oven when he left, so there was nothing wrong this time.

  • a. remembered
  • b. switching off
  • c. left
  • d. nothing wrong

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

The scarcity of tigers and African elephants is more and more serious. They are endangered because poachers hunt them in order to sell tiger pelts and elephant ivory.

At least 4,000 elephants are killed each year in order to meet the global demand for elephant ivory, which is used to make carvings, jewelry and other products although it is illegal to sell ivory since 1989 anywhere.

“Americans should be aware that there is still a problem with elephant poaching and loss to the illegal ivory trade,” Ginette Hemley, Fund's vice president for species conservation, told The Washington Post in September. And so our message is, ‘Don’t buy if, and don’t take that chance’.”

A Wildlife Fund report states that the United States seized 8,300 illegal ivory items between 1995 and 2002. Each week there are about 1,000 ivory auctions, the report said.

As for tigers, their parts are used in traditional Chinese medicine. Tiger bones are used as a pain reliever in traditional medicine. Even tiger’s whiskers are sold because some people in Asia think they are a good-luck charm - like a rabbit's foot in ‘the Unites State. "Part of our job is education,” said Professor Dillon. "The other part is law enforcement. So we have more than one strategy."

Question 36: Hunters poach tigers for their ____.

  • a. ivory
  • b. pelts
  • c. carving
  • d. jewelry

Question 37: Which sentence is NOT true?

  • a. Elephants are hunted for their ivory.
  • b. It is not illegal to sell ivory.
  • c. There are about 4,000 elephants killed each year.
  • d. Elephant ivory is used to made jewelry.

Question 38: The word tt is referred to ____.

  • a. an elephant
  • b. a tiger
  • c. tiger pelts
  • d. elephant ivory

Question 39: The Chinese use parts of a tiger as _____.

  • a. carving
  • b. jewelry
  • c. decoration
  • d. medicine

Question 40: According to Professor Dillon, ___.

  • a. there is only one strategy to solve the problem
  • b. it is education that can help to solve the problem
  • c. we need both education and law enforcement to solve the problem
  • d. only law enforcement can help to solve the problem

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

The number of animal species that have died out since 1600 (Question 41) ____ sharply. Experts have looked for historical evidence of (Question 42) __. As (Question 43)__ as they can tell, between the beginning of modern historical records and the beginning of the 17th century, fewer (Question 44) _____ twenty species of animals died out. (Question 45) _____, in just one century, from 1600 to 1699 seventeen more animal species are known to have (Question 46) _____. The next century saw the extinction (Question 47)____ thirty-six species. And the rate (Question 48) ____ increasing. In the 1800, eighty-one more species died out. In (Question 49) ____ first three quarters of the twentieth century, eighty-three species disappeared, (Question 50) _____ the education of people about endangered species. The rate of extinction has not been slowed by public information.

Question 41:

  • a. increase
  • b. increased
  • c. has increased
  • d. will increase

Question 42:

  • a. beings
  • b. extinction
  • c. affect
  • d. influence

Question 43:

  • a. far
  • b. many
  • c. long
  • d. soon

Question 44:

  • a. as
  • b. more
  • c. less
  • d. than

Question 45:

  • a. If
  • b. Although
  • c. So
  • d. However

Question 46:

  • a. recovered
  • b. supplied
  • c. changed
  • d. disappeared

Question 47:

  • a. of
  • b. in
  • c. for
  • d. from

Question 48:

  • a. kept
  • b. had
  • c. made
  • d. let

Question 49:

  • a. a
  • b. an
  • c. the
  • d. Ø

Question 50:

  • a. because of
  • b. due to
  • c. despite
  • d. unless
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