Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 11 unit 5: Illiteracy (P1)
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Circle the word whose stress is on the firstsyllable.
- a. summary
- b. vacation
- c. victory
- d. advent
- a. thematic
- b. mountainous
- c. library
- d. legacy
- a. moustache
- b. hostess
- c. spirit
- d. healthy
- a. innocent
- b. pharmacy
- c. existence
- d. pianist
- a. charity
- b. gratitude
- c. maximum
- d. expectant
Choose a, b, c, or d that best completes each unfinished sentence; substitutes the underlined part; or has a close meaning to the original one.
Question 6: She seemed to be very worried because she had not received any letter ____ her family for three months.
- a. of
- b. from
- c. in
- d. over
Question 7: _____ present, children under 14 are not permitted in bars.
- a. For
- b. On
- c. From
- d. At
Question 8: Parents worry about the effect of films _____ their adolescents’ behavior.
- a. on
- b. to
- c. in
- d. with
Question 9: Most university students take part in school ____ which are held every summer.
- a. acts
- b. actions
- c. activities
- d. actors
Question 10: We fought for the____ of our country.
- a. honor
- b. honorable
- c. honorably
- d. honors
Question 11: The news made them quite shocked. They were not ____ for the worst.
- a. prepare
- b. prepared
- c. preparation
- d. preparedness
Question 12: The literacy rate there is the highest in the country.
- a. ability to read and write
- b. student programs
- c. illiteracy eradication
- d. primary education
Question 13. The project has ___ the final stage so we have to work harder and harder.
- a. reached
- b. come
- c. gone
- d. ended
Question 14: Gradually, she realized that he wasn’t telling her the truth.
- a. Little by little
- b. From time totime
- c. Day by day
- d. At times
Question 15. Education should be _____ to the child’s needs.
- a. interesting
- b. exciting
- c. remote
- d. relevant
Question 16: The government is spending a lot of money in the attempt to ___ against illiteracy.
- a. decrease
- b. go down
- c. fight
- d. compete
Question 17: I'll try to get back in time”, Peter _____.
- a. considered
- b. talked
- c. completed
- d. promised
Question 18: Before they left, they promised to come back ____ next summer.
- a. a
- b. an
- c. the
- d. Ø
Question 19: ____number of our class is thirty.
- a. A
- b. An
- c. The
- d. Ø
Question 20: I have ever advised ____ the hotel for reservation.
- a. him to phone and writing
- b. to phone and write him
- c. him both phoning and writing
- d. him either to phone or to write
Question 21: "_____" she offered.
- a. Can I get you a drink?
- b. Do you want to drink?
- c. May I drink?
- d. Could I drink?
Question 22: “May I see Mr. Pike?” the guest asked.
- a. The guest asked to see Mr. Pike.
- b. Mr. Pike wanted to see the guest.
- c. The guest invited Mr. Pike to see.
- d. Mr. Pike wanted the guest to see.
Question 23. Claire had ____ her the truth.
- a. made to promise me to tell
- b. made me promising to tell
- c. made me promise to tell
- d. made me promise telling
Question 24: A passer-by ____ his car so that it was not causing an obstruction.
- a. told that the driver to move
- b. wanted that the driver move
- c. told the driver to move
- d. suggested the driver to move
Question 25: The lift-girl said to me, “I’m sorry. I can’t take you up in the lift.”
- a. The lift-girl invited to take me up in the lift.
- b. The lift-girl agreed with me by taking me up in the lift.
- c. The lift-girl told me to take her up in the lift.
- d. The lift-girl refused to take me up in the lift.
Question 26. “ _____,” Peter offered.
- a. I would like to sing a song
- b. I had better sing a song
- c. I must sing a song
- d. Sing a song, please
Question 27: Mrs. Blount warned me, “____”
- a. Don’t interfere when the boss is speaking?
- b. Let's interfere when the boss is speaking.
- c. Interfere when the boss is speaking, will you?
- d. Would you like to interfere when the boss is speaking?
Question 28: “Give us a raise or we'll go on strike,” said the workers to the manager.
- a. The workers asked the manager for giving them a raise and promised of going on strike.
- b. The workers asked the manager to give them a raise and threatened to go on strike. .
- c. The workers wanted the manager of giving them a raise and advised to go on strike.
- d. The workers promised the manager to give them a raise and recommended him to go on strike.
Question 29: “_____ ,” the workers refused.
- a. We would like to work overtime
- b. We had better work overtime
- c. We’re afraid that we really don’t want to work overtime
- d. We are willing to work overtime.
Question 30: "_____.” Paul reminded me.
- a. Don’t forget to send these letters
- b. I am forget to send these letters
- c. I remember sending these letters
- d. I would send these letters if you did not mind
Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct.
Question 31: The mosquito has needle-shaped mouthparts that piercing the skin to suck blood.
- a. has
- b. mouthparts
- c. piercing
- d. to suck
Question 32: Early radio was called the “wireless” because radio uses invisibly waves to carry information.
- a. was
- b. because
- c. invisibly
- d. to carry
Question 33: An atom consists a small, positively charged nucleus surrounded by electrons that whirl about it in orbits.
- a. consists
- b. positively charged
- c. about
- d. in orbits
Question 34: Giant pandas, which live in the bamboo forests of central China, resemble bears but are anatomically more like a raccoon.
- a. which live
- b. resemble
- c. but
- d. a raccoon
Question 35: The male lion is known for its long, thick mane, a feature that distinguishes from the female of the species.
- a. known
- b. its
- c. distinguishes from
- d. female
Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
Direct attacks on illiteracy take two main forms, adult education and the establishment of public schools with compulsory attendance for children. In many countries, there are certain programs which have been instituted to fight adult illiteracy; and universal public education has almost eliminated illiteracy among the young. Soldiers have been appointed effectively as instructors for the public.
Throughout most of history most people have been illiterate. In former society, the ability to read and write was of value only to the clergy and aristocracy. The first known reference to “literate laymen” did not appear until the end of the 14th century. Illiteracy was not seen as a problem until after the invention of printing in the 15th century. The first significant decline in illiteracy came with the Reformation, when translation of the Bible into the vernacular became widespread and Protestant converts were taught to read it. Revolutionary political movements from the 18th to the 20th century generally included an attack on illiteracy as one of their goals, with the former Soviet Union, China, and Cuba being among the most successful in the 20th century.
Question 36: According to the passage, the anti-illiteracy programs are for ____.
- a. adults
- b. children
- c. those who are literate
- d. both adults and children
Question 37: In former society, _____.
- a. everybody was illiterate
- b. everybody was literate
- c. the clergy and aristocracy was not illiterate
- d. everybody had the ability to read and write
Question 38: In the 14th century, _____.
- a. only clergy could read and write
- b. laymen began to learn how to read and write
- c. only royal members could read and write
- d. everybody began to go to school
Question 39: Printing was invented in the _____ century.
- a. 14th
- b. 15th
- c. 18th
- d. 20th
Question 40: According to the passage, which did not influence the problems of illiteracy?
- a. Translation of The Bible
- b. The Reformation
- c. Revolutionary political movements
- d. The primitive society
Read the following passage caretully, and then select the best option a, b, c or d to complete it:
This article discusses the ability to read and write. For (Question 41) _____ of writing and literate culture, see History of writing. The traditional definition of literacy is considered to be the ability to read and write, or the ability to use language to read, write, listen, and (Question 42) _____ In modern contexts, the word refers to reading and writing at a level adequate for communication, or at a level that lets one understand and communicate ideas in a literate society, (Question 43) ____ take part in that society. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has drafted the following definition: "Literacy is the ability to identify, understand, interpret, create, communicate and compute, using printed and written materials (Question 44)___ with varying contexts. Literacy involves a continuum of learning to enable an individual to achieve his or her goals, to develop his or her knowledge and potential, and to participate fully (Question 45) ____ the wider society."
Many policy analysts consider literacy rates a crucial measure of a region's human capital. This claim is made on the grounds (Question 46) ______ literate people can be trained less expensively than illiterate people, generally have a higher socio-economic status and enjoy better (Question 47) ____ and employment prospects. Policy makers also argue that literacy increases job opportunities and access to higher education. In Kerala, India, for example, female and child mortality (Question 48) ____ declined dramatically in the 1960s, when girls who were educated in the education reforms after 1948 began to Taise families. Recent researchers, (Question 49) ____ , argue that correlations such, as the one listed above may have more to do with the effects of schooling rather than literacy in general. Regardless, the focus of educational systems worldwide (Question 50) ____ a basic concept around communication through text and print, which is the foundation of most definitions of literacy.
- a. the existence
- b. the example
- c. the instance
- d. the sample
- a. say
- b. talk
- c. speak
- d. tell
- a. in order that
- b. so as that
- c. as so to
- d. so as to
- a. worked
- b. associated
- c. related
- d. compared
- a. in
- b. on
- c. for
- d. with
- a. what
- b. that
- c. which
- d. whose
- a. work
- b. luck
- c. health
- d. wealth
- a. roots
- b. types
- c. rates
- d. levels
- a. but
- b. neither
- c. while
- d. however
- a. consist
- b. include
- c. get
- d. receive
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