Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 11 unit 5: Illiteracy (P3)

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Choose the word that has main stress placed differently from the others:
Question 1:

  • a. difference
  • b. surbaban
  • c. Internet
  • d. character

Question 2:

  • a. beautiful
  • b. effective
  • c. favourite
  • d. popular

Question 3:

  • a. attraction
  • b. goverment
  • c. borrowing
  • d. visitor

Question 4:

  • a. difficult
  • b. individual
  • c. population
  • d. unemployment

Question 5:

  • a. capital
  • b. tradition
  • c. different
  • d. opera

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: The number of illiterate people in the remote and mountainous areas is gradually decreasing.

  • a. going up
  • b. taking on
  • c. becoming less
  • d. coming up

Question 7: Vietnamese people ____ for a long time to get independence and freedom.

  • a. promised
  • b. struggled
  • c. eradicated
  • d. expanded

Question 8: I promise I will pay you back, in my ____.

  • a. consider
  • b. honour
  • c. hope
  • d. way

Question 9: We have concerns about whether the government will be able to _____ a good education for poor children.

  • a. spend
  • b. combat
  • c. volunteer
  • d. provide

Question 10: The conference continued after a ten-minute break.

  • a. went on
  • b. took part in
  • c. came back
  • d. struggled against

Question 11: Education is the best _____ for children’s future.

  • a. preparation
  • b. eradication
  • c. promotion
  • d. consideration

Question 12: Hundreds of _____ students are joining a campaign to eradicate illiteracy.

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

Question 13: More and more people take part in struggling ____ illiteracy.

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

Question 14: Those published articles are relevant ____ their own age group.

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

Question 15: Her parents provided her _____ sufficient money to stay at Findhorn for . her summer holiday.

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

Question 16: He has worked as a laboratory ______ in our university for ten years.

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

Question 17: The government is taking emergency _____ to deal with a housing crisis.

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

Question 18: We come to congratulate youon your ____

  • a. promote
  • b. promotion
  • c. promotional
  • d. promoter

Question 19: The customer said, “I would like to buy a coat.”

  • a. The customer wanted to buy a coat.
  • b. The customer said to buy a coat.
  • c. The customer told to buy a coat.
  • d. The customer warned her to buy a coat.

Question 20: The police threatened, “ _____ ”

  • a. You should drive so fast.
  • b. Not drive so fast!
  • c. I had better drive so fast.
  • d. Don’t drive so fast!

Question 21: John _____ him my phone number.

  • a. invited me to give
  • b. suggested me giving
  • c. said to me to give
  • d. told me to give

Question 22: “I would like a cup of coffee, please,” Mrs. Pike said to the waiter.

  • a. Mrs. Pike ordered the waiter to bring her a cup of coffee.
  • b. Mrs. Pike advised the waiter to drink a cup of coffee.
  • c. Mrs. Pike warned the waiter not to drink a cup of coffee.
  • d. Mrs. Pike invited the waiter to drink a cup of coffee.

Question 23: “Go on, Susan! Apply for the job,” the father.

  • a. The father invited Susan to apply for the job.
  • b. The father denied applying for the job.
  • c. The father encouraged Susan to apply for the job.
  • d. The father wanted Susan not to apply for the job.

Question 24: The boss ____ because he was too lazy.

  • a. threatened to dismiss him
  • b. threatened him to dismiss
  • c. suggested him to dismiss
  • d. promised him to dismiss

Question 25: “ _____?” John’s teacher advised him.

  • a. Why don’t you try again
  • b. Why do you try again
  • c. Why did you try again
  • d. Why must you try again

Question 26: “I will take you to the airport in my car, Henry,” said Lee.

  • a. Henry offered to take Lee to the airport.
  • b. Lee offered to take Henry to the airport.
  • c. Henry advised Lee to go to the airport by car.
  • b. Lee asked Henry to take him to the airport by car.

Question 27: “I would like to be thinner,” Mary said.

  • a. Mary did not want to be thinner.
  • b. Mary told to be thinner
  • c. Mary wanted to be thinner.
  • d. Mary suggested to be thinner.

Question 28: “You _____ take more exercise,” my doctor advised me.

  • a. would like to
  • b. ought to
  • c. mustn’t
  • d. would

Question 29: “Go ahead. Jump again,” the instructor ___.

  • a. urged
  • b. promised
  • c. demanded
  • d. required

Question 30: “I won’t do this work under any circumstances,” the worker said.

  • a. The worker promise to do that work.
  • b. The worker advised me to do that work.
  • c. The worker agreed to do that work.
  • d. The worker refused to do that work.

Choose the sentence a, b, c, or d which is closest in meaning to the one in bold.

Question 31: The price of the room for two is twenty-five dollars, but with one extra person, it’ll be twenty-nine dollars.

  • a. An extra person costs five dollars more.
  • b. An extra person costs two dollars more.
  • c. An extra person costs four dollars more.
  • d. An extra person costs nine dollars more.

Question 32: She stopped asking for advice on how to lose weight.

  • a. She stopped to ask for advice on how to lose weight.
  • b. She gave up asking for advice on how to lose weight.
  • c. She stopped and asked for advice on how to lose weight.
  • d. She stopped because she wanted advice on how to lose weight.

Question 33: The play should have begun at eight but the curtain didn’t rise until half past eight.

  • a. The play began at eight-thirty.
  • b. The play began at eight.
  • c. The play began at nine.
  • d. The play began at seven-thirty.

Question34: Someone has run off with our tickets.

  • a. Someone has run off to get our tickets.
  • b. Our tickets have been stolen.
  • c. Our tickets have been picked up by someone.
  • d. Someone has destroyed our tickets.

Question 35: I find your grammar and organization above average, John, but your spelling could stand some improvement.

  • a. John’s writing is only average.
  • b. John’s organization is poor.
  • c. John misspells too many words.
  • d. John can't stand to write.

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

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 speak. 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, so as to 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 associated 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 in the wider society.”

Policy makers also argue that literacy increases job opportunities and access to higher education. In Kerala, India, for example, female and child mortality rates declined dramatically in the 1960s, when girls who were educated in the educational reforms after 1948 began to raise families. Recent researchers, however, 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 include a basic concept around communication through text and print, which is the foundation of most definitions of literacy.

Asian, Arab and Sub-Saharan African countries are regions with the lowest literacy rates at about 10% to 12%. Kast Asia and Latin America have illiteracy rates in the 10 to 15% region while developed countries have illiteracy rates of a few percent. Within ethnically homogeneous regions, literacy rates can vary widely from region to region. This often coincides with the region’s wealth or urbanization, though many factors play a role.

Question 36: A literate _____.

  • a. can read but does not know how to write
  • b. cannot communicate with others in written language
  • c. Can communicate in written language
  • d. cannot read any printed document

Question 37: Literacy _____.

  • a. does not develop in modern society
  • b. is used to referred an ability to listen and speak
  • c. helps one develop his or her knowledge and potential
  • d. is a term which has just come into being in the modern time

Question 38: Thanks to _____, female and child mortality rates in Kerala declined dramatically in the 1960s.

  • a. job opportunites
  • b. job access
  • c. the educational reforms for girls
  • d. policy makers

Question 39: The foundation of literacy is _____.

  • a. an educational system
  • b. a basic concept
  • c. correlation
  • d. communication through text and print

Question 40: The main cause of the variety of illiterate rates is _____.

  • a. wealth
  • b. urbanization
  • c. region
  • d. religion

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

Teaching children (Question 41) ___is the most important objective (Question 42)____ educators have to accomplish. Reading is a prerequisite for everything else, (Question 43)____ in school but also in life itself. Western civilization has taught its children to read using an alphabetic approach ever since (Question 44)____ alphabet was (Question 45) ___ and the Egyptians stopped (Question 46) ____ in hieroglyphics. English is an alphabetic language that, (Question 47) ____ written, uses letters to represent speech sounds. When students were taught to read, they consciously (Question 48) ____ the speech sounds and learned to recognize the letters used to represent them. They were then trained to apply the information to “decode” the names of unknown written words, understand their (Question 49) ____, and comprehend the information presented (Question 50) ____ a complete thought.

Question 41:

  • a. read
  • b. to read
  • c. for reading
  • d. reading

Question 42:

  • a. that
  • b. whom
  • c. whose
  • d. those

Question 43:

  • a. not
  • b. nor
  • c. not only
  • d. neither

Question 44:

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

Question 45:

  • a. done
  • b. discovered
  • c. made
  • d. invented

Question 46:

  • a. to write
  • b. writing
  • c. written
  • d. wrote

Question 47:

  • a. when
  • b. since
  • c. as soon as
  • d. with

Question 48:

  • a. regarded
  • b. took part in
  • c. completed
  • d. identified

Question 49:

  • a. sound
  • b. meaning
  • c. alphabet
  • d. letter

Question 50:

  • a. as
  • b. when
  • c. since
  • d. alike
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