Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 11 unit 5: Illiteracy (P2)

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Find the word that has its underlined part pronounced differently from the other three in each question.

Question 1:

  • a. fat
  • b. cat
  • c. table
  • d. sat

Question 2:

  • a. hit
  • b. tide
  • c. sit
  • d. did

Question 3:

  • a. fed
  • b. left
  • c. bed
  • d. these

Question 4:

  • a. colour
  • b. hole
  • c. go
  • d. toe

Question 5:

  • a. these
  • b. free
  • c. scene
  • d. bed

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

Question 6: In the rural areas, _____ is widespread.

  • a. literate
  • b. literacy
  • c. illiteracy
  • d. illiterate

Question 7: Sun, sand and romance - her holiday was ______.

  • a. complete
  • b. completely
  • c. completeness
  • d. completion

Question 8: Reducing the size of classes may improve ____ standards.

  • a. education
  • b. educational
  • c. educate
  • d. educated

Question 9: Do you recognize the ____ on the envelope?

  • a. write
  • b. written
  • c. writer
  • d. writing

Question 10: The radiation leak has had a disastrous ______ on the environment.

  • a. effect
  • b. effective
  • c. effectively
  • d. effectiveness

Question 11: They decided not to _____an existing order for aircraft.

  • a. honor
  • b. honors
  • c. honorable
  • d. honorably

Question 12: The hotel was ____ and comfortable.

  • a. home
  • b. homely
  • c. homeless
  • d. homeland

Question 13: I think free-range chickens taste much better than factory - _____ ones.

  • a. farm
  • b. farmer
  • c. farmed
  • d. farming

Question 14: I've had _____ problems with this car ever since I bought it.

  • a. continue
  • b. continuing
  • c. continuous
  • d. continual

Question 15: They searched for survivors but it was _____.

  • a. hope
  • b. hopeless
  • d. hopeful
  • d. hopefully

Question 16: The cab drivers’ strike ________ last week, and it still _____on these days.

  • a. began / is going
  • b. had begun / goes
  • c. began / goes
  • d. had begun / is going

Question 17: They ____ the assignment that they assigned to.

  • a. didn't finish / had been
  • b. don’t / are
  • c. haven't finished / were
  • d. can’t finish / could be

Question 18: Our uncle _____ while he _____a motorcycle.

  • a. didn’t smoke / is driving
  • b. hasn’t smoked / was driving
  • c. doesn’t smoke / is driving
  • d. hadn’t smoked / was driving

Question 19: By the end of this month, Mid-Autumn Festival ____ and _____.

  • a. comes / goes
  • b. would come / go
  • c. will come / go
  • d. will have come / gone

Question 20: When my mother ____ old, she often ____ of all the things she ____ when she ____ young.

  • a. grew / thought / did / was
  • b. grows / thinks / does / is
  • c. has grown / thinks / had done / was
  • d. grows / thought / had done / is

Question 21: We _____ his sister since last Saturday, but we _____ she _____ an essay on Romeo and Juliet at present.

  • a. didn’t see / believed / wrote
  • b. haven’t seen / believe / is writing
  • c. don’t see / believe / writes
  • d. haven’t seen / have believed / has written

Question 22: My friends _____ your brother tomorrow morning after he _____ his work.

  • a. will meet / will finish
  • b. will meet / has finished
  • c. will have met / has finished
  • d. will have met / will finish

Question 23: In a while, when the clock ___ ten, we _____ here an hour.

  • a. strikes / will have been waiting
  • b. has struck / will wait
  • c. strikes / will have waited
  • d. has struck / will be waiting

Question 24: You know two straight lines which ____ at a point _____an angel, don’t you?

  • a. met / formed
  • b. have met / have formed
  • c. meet / have formed
  • d. meet / form

Question 25: What they ___ half an hour ago while my aunt ___ the dishes?

  • a. did...do / washed
  • b. did...do / was washing
  • c. were...doing / washed
  • d. were...doing / was washing

Question 26: The number of people receiving reading and writing lessons reached 4,623.

  • a. telling
  • b. refusing
  • c. escaping
  • d. transmitting

Question 27: This was an effective way to help people in remote and mountainous areas to read and write.

  • a. inadequate
  • b. ineffectual
  • c. impotent
  • d. unexpected

Question 28: Those students who took part in the fight against illiteracy considered it an honorable job to help people in their home villages.

  • a. contemptible
  • b. perfidious
  • c. wrong
  • d. tricky

Question 29: Some even prepared relevant materials for their classes.

  • a. irregular
  • b. inappropriate
  • c. careless
  • d. false

Question 30: This time the Vietnam Society of Learning Promotion decided to expand its activities to the central mountainous provinces.

  • a.. contract
  • b. diminish
  • c. deflate
  • d. wane

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

Question 31: Different species of octopuses may measure anywhere from two inches to over thirty feet in long.

  • a. species
  • b. anywhere
  • c. to over
  • d. in long

32: When rainbows appear, they are always in the part of the sky opposite directly the Sun.

  • a. appear
  • b. part
  • c. the sky
  • d. opposite directly

33: A citadel, a fortress designed for the defense of a city, usually standed on top of a hill.

  • a. designed
  • b. defense
  • c. city
  • d. standed

34: Many people who live in New York City thinks that life in a large city offers special advantages.

  • a. people who
  • b.thinks
  • c. life
  • d. offers

35: The scientific revolution of the early 1900's affected education by change tne nature of technology.

  • a. scientific
  • b. affected
  • c. change
  • d. technology

Read the passage and check whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).

Low levels of literacy skills’ among workers are hindering the competitiveness of North American businesses in today’s globalized and information-focused world. Employers are wondering whether these problems are actually relevant to their own firms. As a result of a research project on the relationship between literacy supply and demand in Canadian employment, we have created a strategy for employers to use to assess their level of risk before undertaking expensive and difficult in-depth studies of their firms. Literacy supply refers to the literacy skills of workers or potential workers while literacy demand refers to the requirement for literacy skills in specific jobs. Our project addresses ways in which actual problems can be identified through matching literacy supply with literacy demand. While this paper quotes mainly Canadian sources on this issue, the problem, we consider, is common to the United States and, indeed, to most industrializedcountries. We know a lot about the literacy skills of the Canadian population and workforces, and the news has not been good. A series of national and international surveys have actually tested samples of Canadians on their literacy and numeracy abilities. These studies strongly suggest that a substantial proportion of the Canadian workforce has, at best, basic literacy skills and, at worst, inadequate abilities to handle everyday literacy and numeracy tasks. From the literacy supply side we have been led to believe that we have a serious problem. It is widely argued that low levels of literacy skills are harming the productivity of Canadian business now and represent a barrier to the restructuring firms need to remain competitive in the future.

Question 36: Workers with low levels of literacy skills can delay the advantage or development of the competitiveness of North American businesses.

  • a. True
  • b. False

Question 37: As a result of a research project on the relationship between literacy supply and demand in Canadian employment, a strategy hasn’t been created for employers to use to assess their levels of risk before undertaking expensive and difficult in-depth studies of their firms.

  • a. True
  • b. False

Question 38: Literacy demand refers to the literacy skills of workers or potential workers while literacy supply refers to the requirement for literacy skills in specific jobs.

  • a. True
  • b. False

Question 39: Low levels of literacy skills are common to the United States and, indeed, to most industrialized countries.

  • a. True
  • b. False

Question 40: A series of national and international surveys strongly suggests that substantial proportion of the Canadian workforce has, at best, basic literacy skills and, at worst, inadequate abilities to handle everyday literacy and numeracy tasks.

  • a. True
  • b. False

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

A study in (Question 41)_____ 1995 showed that (Question 42)____ least. 30% of 2,659 patients had inadequate functional health illiteracy, (Question 43)____ meant that they could not (Question 44) the written instructions on the prescription bottles. A doctor (Question 45) that “adults with limited literacy (Question 46)_____ formidable problems using the health (Question 47) ___ system. They are less likely to use screening procedures, follow medical regimens, keep appointments or (Question 48) ____ help early in the course of a disease”. The study conducted in 1993 by Education Department Literacy found that 47% (Question 49) ____American adults, about 90 million, have (Question 50) ____ rudimentary literacy skills.

Question 41.

  • a. late
  • b. later
  • c. last
  • d. latest

Question 42:

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

Question 43:

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

Question 44:

  • a. regard
  • b. consider
  • c. comprehend
  • d. know

Question 45:

  • a. noted
  • b. felt
  • c. reminded
  • d. told

Question 46:

  • a. cope
  • b. go ahead
  • c. face
  • d. take

Question 47:

  • a. care
  • b. careful
  • c. careless
  • d. carefully

Question 48:

  • a. shout
  • b. seek
  • c. ask
  • d. tell

Question 49:

  • a. in
  • b. with
  • c. at
  • d. of

Question 50:

  • a. most
  • b. only
  • c. certainly
  • d. mostly
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