Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 11 Unit 11: Sources of energy (P1)
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Find the word with the stress pattern different from that of the other three words in each question.
- A. librarian
- B. torrential
- C. terrific
- D. territory
- A. devilish
- B. transparent
- C. glorify
- D. luxury
- A. kilometer
- B. opposite
- C. bakery
- D. souvenir
- A. malaria
- B. annoyance
- C. paradise
- D. saliva
- a. survival
- b. pollution
- c. government
- d. material
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 sun releases large amounts ____ energy everyday.
- a. for
- b. in
- c. from
- d. of
Question 7: The solar energy can change _____ electricity.
- a. to
- b. for
- c. with
- d. into
Question 8: We do not have plenty ____ energy as we think.
- a. of
- b. on
- c. over
- d. for
Question 9: A greenhouse is warm because the glass traps the _____ of the sun.
- a. tide
- b. heat
- c. cool
- d. electricity
Question 10: Coal power stations ____ sulphur dioxide into the atmosphere.
- a. clean
- b. build
- c. release
- d. use
Question 11: How long will it be before the world’s fuel supplies are exhausted?
- a. got rid of
- b. used up
- c. put up with
- d. gone out
Question 12: He had spent his entire life in China to work as an energy researcher.
- a. long
- b. whole
- c. relative
- d. short
Question 13: Fossil Fuels will be exhausted within a relatively short time.
- a. comparatively
- b. shortly
- c. rapidly
- d disadvantageously
Question 14: The potential of alternative sources of energy is great.
- a. ability to achieve
- b. solar system
- c. use
- d. heat
Question 15: There is ____ of solar energy that we cannot make full use of.
- a. plenty
- b. plenties
- c. plentiful
- d. plentifully
Question 16: Thanks to the ____ of scientists all over the world, our life has become better and better.
- a. create
- b. creative
- c. creatively
- d. creativity
Question 17: The seas store ____ and release it gradually during cold periods.
- a. hot
- b. heat
- c. heated
- d. heating
Question 18: If the wind does not blow, there is no ____ wind energy.
- a. a
- b. an
- c. the
- d. Ø
Question 19: I pulled off the sheets which covered the furniture.
- a. to cover
- b. covered
- c. that covering
- d. covering
Question 20: The nuclear power plant that was completed last year will come to operate tomorrow.
- a. completing
- b. to complete
- c. completed
- d. which completed
Question 21: We have a lot of important documents on energy to read.
- a. that we have to read
- b. for reading
- c. we read
- d. which we read
Question 22: The solar panel ____ on the roofs of the house can get enough energy for the whole family.
- a. fixing
- b. to fix
- c. fixed
- d. that is fixing
Question 23: I think we should use hydroelectric power, _____.
- a. that is clean and safe
- b. to be clean and safe
- c. being clean and safe
- d. which is clean and safe
Question 24: Solar power, ____ a potential of alternative sources of energy, is a big question for researchers.
- a. being
- b. is
- c. to be
- d. which is
Question 25: Scientists will find ways _____ our supplies of coal, oil, and gas.
- a. to increase
- b. increasing
- c. that is increasing
- d. increased
Question 26: Airplanes ____ in the twentieth century is one of the sources of pollution.
- a. which invented
- b. to invent
- c. invented
- d. that is invented
Question 27: Mr. Pike has established a potential business ____ solar panels.
- a. to sell
- b. selling
- c. sold
- d. which selling
Question 28: Those people ____ in favor of nuclear power do not want to refer its disadvantages.
- a. are
- b. who are
- c. to be
- d. been
Question 29: The heart ____ from the sun is infinite.
- a. to release
- b. that is released
- c. released
- d. releasing
Question 30: A survey on alternative sources of energy ___ out by those scientists will be reported to the public next week.
- a. which carried
- b. that carried
- c. carried
- d. carrying
Choose the sentence (a, b, c or d) which is closest in meaning to the one in bold.
Question 31: The lady informed me that the tickets are sold out
- a. The tickets have just gone on sale
- b. The concert has been cancelled
- c. All the tickets have been sold
- d. The lady still has a few tickets for sale
Question 32: Unlike his sister, Peter usually prefers a small breakfast.
- a. Peter usually eats no breakfast.
- b. Peter doesn’t like his sister.
- c. Peter’s sister eats as much as he does for breakfast.
- d. Peter eats a smaller breakfast than his sister.
Question 33: Tom had the library books renewed.
- a. Tom lost the library’s new books.
- b. Tom may keep the library books for one more week.
- c. Tom is going to the new library to look for some books.
- d. Tom had to pay a late fee for the books.
Question 34: Emma hasn’t gone to the cinema for years.
- a. Emma goes to the cinema every year.
- b. Emma hasn’t gone to the cinema yet this year but she did last year.
- c. Emma doesn’t go to the cinema unless she has the time.
- d. Emma hasn’t seen a film for a long time.
Question 35: The contractor said the repairs on Fred’s house would be very expensive, but Fred decided to have the work done.
- a. Fred told the contractor to do the work in spite of the cost.
- b. Fred told the contractor that the price was too high.
- c. Fred cannot afford the work on his house.
- d. Fred repaired his own house.
Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
Many countries are now growing palm oil trees to gain energy. The rush to energy derived from plants will lead to deforestation, push small farmers off the land and lead to serious food shortages and increased poverty unless it is carefully managed. Rich countries want to see crops grown for fuel to help stabilize the price of oil, open up new markets. But the United Nations urges governments to beware their impacts. The report, which predicts winners and losers, will be studied carefully bio-fuel industry which wants to provide 25% of the world’s energy within 20 years. 17 countries have committed themselves to erowing the crops on a large scale. It has been said that 10% of all fuel must come from bio-fuels by 2020. The crops have the potential to stabilize the price of oil, but forests are being cut to grow plantations of palm oil trees. These crops will take the best land, which will increase global food prices. Growing bio-fuel crops can be harmful to farmers who do not own their own land, and to the poor who buy food. Using bio-fuels results in some reductions in emissions but we cannot fight climate change by large scale deforestation. Investments need to be planned carefully to avoid generating new environmental and social problems.
Question 36: The passage is about ___.
- a. a new source of energy from palm tree which can replace oil
- b. the report on energy
- c. winners and losers
- d. deforestation
Question 37: Growing palm trees _____.
- a. causes no harm
- b. helps poor farmer to be rich
- c. supplies cheaper food
- d. leads to deforestation
Question 38: The word crops is used to refer to _____.
- a. oils
- b. palm trees
- c. deforestation
- d. bio-fuel
Question 39: Which is not one of the disadvantages of growing palm trees?
- a. It makes the oil price stable.
- b. It causes deforestation.
- c. It may make food more expensive.
- d. It may lead to climate change by large scale deforestation.
Question 40. The writer advised us ____.
- a. to grow as many palm trees as possible
- b. not to grow palm trees any more
- c. to plan carefully in the investing of palm trees
- d. to generate new social problems
Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.
Oil (Question 41)____ for almost half of the world’s sea trade. Over land and short distances across the sea, crude oil can (Question 42) ____ transported by pipeline. For long distance transport by sea, (Question 43) _____ ships are used. (Question 44) ____ first, oil was transported in (Question 45) ____ barrels on ordinary cargo ships. Then Marcus Samuel adopted the idea of building ships (Question 46)___ to transport only crude oil and oil (Question 47) ____ which were in effect floating tanks. This was the birth of the oil tanker. The main design feature of (Question 48)____ oil tanker is the division of the oil-carrying space into separate tanks for different types of oil or oil products (Question 49) _____ excessive movement of the liquid at sea. Some of the largest oil tankers in the world can (Question 50) ____ 3 million barrels (126 million gallons) of oil.
- a. concerns
- b. accounts
- c. works
- d. spends
- a. be
- b. to be
- c. being
- d. been
- a. sailing
- b. boat
- c. junk
- d. tanker
- a. In
- b. At
- c. For
- d. As
- a. wood
- b. wooden
- c. woods
- d. woody
- a. which designed
- b. designing
- c. designed
- c. that designed
- a. goods
- b. things
- c. items
- d. products
- a. a
- b. an
- c. the
- d. Ø
- a. prevent
- b. preventing
- c. to prevent
- d. prevented
- a. carry
- b. bring
- c. fetch
- d. take
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