Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 11 Unit 15: Space conquest (P1)

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Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.

Question 1:

  • a. memento
  • b. wonderful
  • c. interested
  • d. visitor

Question 2:

  • a. centre
  • b. foreign
  • c. really
  • d. amused

Question 3:

  • a. expensive
  • b. souvenir
  • c. collection
  • d. convenient

Question 4:

  • a. picture
  • b. candle
  • c. poster
  • d. alone

Question 5:

  • a. royal
  • b. wedding
  • c. collect
  • d. special

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: Neil Armstrong was the first man to set foot on _____ Moon.

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

Question 7: Everybody congratulated the astronauts ____ their successful trip into space.

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

Question 8: Yuri Gagarin became the first man to travel into space ___ April 12th, 1961.

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

Question 9: Although every good preparation has been made, no one knows what may happen ____ an astronaut during his space flight.

  • a. for
  • b. with
  • c. to
  • d. on

Question 10: Without the pull of the Earth, we would be ____.

  • a. weighed
  • b. weight
  • c. weightless
  • d. weightlessness

Question 11: When astronauts are in a spaceship they always have to work with ____.

  • a. precise
  • b. precisely
  • c. precision
  • d. preciseless

Question 12: Working as an astronaut require high ____ knowledge.

  • a. technique
  • b. technical
  • c. technically
  • d. technician

Question 13: A/an _____ is a person who is trained for traveling in a spacecrafit.

  • a. astronaut
  • b. scientist
  • c. engineer
  • d. technician

Question 14: Gagarin could have made another space flight if a tragic accident had not occurred.

  • a. happened
  • b. lasted
  • c. viewed
  • d. dealt

Question 15: Can we never know precisely what would happen in space?

  • a. interestedly
  • b. approximately
  • c. amusingly
  • d. exactly

Question 16: A spaceship is one of the extraordinary _____ of human beings.

  • a. feats
  • b. moments
  • c. reactions
  • d. tensions

Question 17: ____ is a feeling of worry and anxiety which makes it difficult for you to relax.

  • a. Precision
  • b. Tension
  • c. Weightlessness
  • d. Satisfaction

Question 18: I admire the astronauts who devote their life to ____ into space.

  • a. lifting
  • b. walking
  • c. venturing
  • d. dealing

Question 19: I am on duty today, ____?

  • a. will I
  • b. don’t I
  • c. am not I
  • d. aren't I

Question 20: We were all very lucky. We ____ get out of the fire in such a terrible accident.

  • a. could
  • b. could not
  • c. were able to
  • d. were not able

Question 21: Look at me! I ___ ride a bicycle.

  • a. can
  • b. could
  • c. am able to
  • d. was able to

Question 22: _____ use your computer? — Certainly, help yourself.

  • a. I could
  • b. Could I
  • c. Am I able to
  • d. Was I able

Question 23: After about forty years’ working hard with a lot of experiments, the Soviet cosmonauts ____ venture into space.

  • a. could
  • b. could not
  • c. were able to
  • d. were not able to

Question 24: I was not appointed to be a tour guide because I _____ speak English at that time.

  • a. could
  • b. could not
  • c. was able to
  • d. was not able to

Question 25: The footballer ____ play again in spite of his severe injury.

  • a. could
  • b. could not
  • c. was able to
  • d. was not able to

Question 26: Let’s begin the meeting, ____?

  • a. don't we
  • b. do us
  • c. won't we
  • d. shall we

Question 27: You did not read anything about the space, ____?

  • a. didn’t you
  • b. did you
  • c. were you
  • d. weren't you

Question 28: He learnt English at school, ____?

  • a. doesn’t he
  • b. does him
  • c. didn’t him
  • d. didn’t he

Question 29: You have got a new car, ____?

  • a. do you
  • b. don’t you
  • c. aren’t you
  • d. haven’t you

Question 30. Go with us,___?

  • a. will you
  • b. won’t you
  • c. shall we
  • d. shan’t us

Choose the word or phrase (a, b, c or d) that wouldn’t be correct. Then write the correct entences.

Question 31: I think I am really lucky that I could met you.

  • a. think
  • b. really
  • c. that
  • d. met

Question 32: He is living by his uncle in the country.

  • a. is living
  • b. by
  • c. uncle
  • d. in the country

Question 33: I will like another cup of coffee, please!

  • a. will
  • b. another
  • c. cup of coffee
  • d. please

Question 34: I was given lots of advices about buying new furnitures.

  • a. was given
  • b. advices
  • c. buying
  • d. furnitures

Question 35: I couldn’t help laugh when he explained it to me.

  • a. couldn't
  • b. laugh
  • c. explained
  • d. to me

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

You have probably heard about the unappealing dried foods that astronauts eat in space, such as the chalky ice cream and powdered pea soup. That means all the water is removed from those foods. But did you know that there are more than 90 different food and drink items on NASA’s space menu? (NASA is the American government organization concerned with spacecraft and space travel. NASA is an abbreviation for ‘National Aeronautics and Space Administration’)

Many food items are dehydrated to prevent bacteria growing, so water must be added before consumption. But some foods look like those ready meals you find in the supermarkets, made hot in the microwave. In fact, the chefs have recently provided some gorgeous meals for the space crew. Astronauts choose their individual food selections on Earth, getting to taste it all first beforehand.

Drinking is another matter. Although much is brought up with the astronauts and in cargo deliveries, a lot is recycled from human waste water. Yes, the water they use could have been someone else’s urine a day ago. You cannot be squeamish if you are an astronaut!

Question 36: The text is about _____.

  • a. eating in space
  • b. foods and astronauts
  • c. eating and drinking in space
  • d. water in space

Question 37: Food for astronauts in space ____.

  • a. is the same as what they have on Earth
  • b. contains a lot of water which is very important for their body in space
  • c. is delicious
  • d. is dehydrated

Question 38: NASA _____.

  • a. is a spaceship
  • b. does not prepare meals for astronauts
  • c. prepares foods for astronauts
  • d. does not allow astronauts to eatin a spaceship

Question 39: Astronauts _____.

  • a. do not like the foods supplied by NASA
  • b. can eat ready meals in the supermarkets
  • c. have to eat all the foods that the chefs prepare
  • d. can choose their foods before their flight into space

Question 40: Astronauts ____.

  • a. are not allowed to drink water
  • b. have to use recycled waste water
  • c. only drink refreshment
  • d. never have to drink recycled waste water

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

Pham Tuan was born on February 14, 1947 in Thai Binh province in northern Vietnam. He (Question 41) _____ the Vietnam People’s Air Force in 1965. He was the first Vietnamese cosmonaut, and (Question 42)____ the first Asian (excluding Russia) in space.

He was (Question 43) ____ as part of the sixth international crew for the Intercosmos programme on April 1, 1979. Pham Tuan, (Question 44) _____ swith Soviet cosmonaut Viktor Gorbatko, was launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome on July 23, 1980, on (Question 45) ____ Soyuz 37. They were to service the Salyut 6 station.

During his time in (Question 46) _____, he performed experiments on the melting of mineral samples in microgravity. He also carried (4Question 7)___ plant experiments on azolla. Pham Tuan also photographed Vietnam from orbit for mapping purposes. Pham Tuan (Question 48)_____ in space for 7 days, 20 hours and 42 minutes. He (Question 49) ___ 142 orbits, and returned to Earth on July 31, 1980. He is now a Lieutenant General, Head of the General Department of Defence Industry of the Ministry of Defence, (Question 50) ____ a member of the National Assembly.

Question 41:

  • a. gathered
  • b. joined
  • c. collected
  • d. chose

Question 42:

  • a. too
  • b. also
  • c. either
  • d. so

Question 43:

  • a. selected
  • b. picked
  • c. held
  • d. searched

Question 44:

  • a. among
  • b. between
  • c. along
  • d. alone

Question 45:

  • a. poster
  • b. plaque
  • c. floor
  • d. board

Question 46:

  • a. round
  • b. cycle
  • c. oval
  • d. orbit

Question 47:

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

Question 48:

  • a. could be
  • b. was able to be
  • c. was
  • d. has been

Question 49:

  • a. completed
  • b. achieved
  • c. succeeded
  • d. took

Question 50:

  • a. and
  • b. with
  • c. also
  • d. together
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