Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 11 unit 6: Competitions (P1)

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

Question 1:

  • a. generous
  • b. suspicious
  • c. constancy
  • d. sympathy

Question 2:

  • a. acquaintance
  • b. unselfish
  • c. attraction
  • d. humorous

Question 3:

  • a. loyalty
  • b. success
  • c. incapable
  • d. sincere

Question 4:

  • a. carefully
  • b. correctly
  • c. seriously
  • d. personally

Question 5:

  • a. excited
  • b. interested
  • c. confident
  • d. memorable

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

Question 6: The policemen _____ get a prize for their information.

  • a. inform
  • b. informers
  • c. information
  • d. informational

Question 7: It’s said that tents come in _____ shapes and sizes.

  • a. vary
  • b. variety
  • c. various
  • d. variously

Question 8: We know that she is in a much ____ mood than usual.

  • a. well
  • b. good
  • c. better
  • d. best

Question 9: That little girl just sat in the room giggling like a naughty _____.

  • a. schoolchild
  • b. school day
  • c. school house
  • d. schooling

Question 10: His teacher’s explanation certainly sounded ____.

  • a. belief
  • b. believe
  • c. believer
  • d. believable

Question 11: That guy asked to be put under police ____.

  • a. protect
  • b. protected
  • c. protection
  • d. protective

Question 12: _____, our younger brothers will arrive before dark.

  • a. Hope
  • b. Hopeful
  • c. Hopefully
  • d. Hopefulness

Question 13: They announce that the weather is very ______ at this time of year.

  • a. change
  • b. changed
  • c. changeable
  • d. changeless

Question 14: One of them had left that window open.

  • a. care
  • b. careless
  • c. carelessness
  • d. careless!y

Question 15: He likes most sports but badminton is his first ____.

  • a. love
  • b. lover
  • c. lovely
  • d. loveless

Question 16: There were signs ____ of fog as soon as we got onto the motorway.

  • a. warn
  • b. warning
  • c. warned
  • d. to warn

Question 17: I'd strongly ______ against making a sudden decision.

  • a. advise
  • b. to advise
  • c. advising
  • d. advised

Question 18: Candidates who are successful in the written test _____ for an interview.

  • a. shall be invited
  • b. should be invited
  • c. will be invited
  • d. would be invited

Question 19: He's everything you'd ever ___ in a man - bright, funny and attractive.

  • a. want
  • b. to want
  • c. wanting
  • d. have wanted

Question 20: ____ (you) the truth, I didn't understand a word of what he was saying.

  • a. Tell
  • b. To tell
  • c. Have told
  • d. Tells

Question 21: _____you ____ Paul about dinner on Saturday?

  • a. Will / remind
  • b. Could / remind
  • c. Have / reminded
  • d. Do / remind

Question 22: ____ me (that) you _____ him.

  • a. Promise / won't tell
  • b. Promise / wouldn't tell
  • c. Promising / won't tell
  • d. To promise / wouldn't tell

Question 23: My father and I ____ about very much.

  • a. don't agree
  • b. didn't agree
  • c. haven't agreed
  • d. aren't agreeing

Question 24: She ____ a question about Welsh history this morning.

  • a. asks
  • b. asked
  • c. had asked
  • d. has asked

Question 25: I ____ bad that I ____ them any food.

  • a. felt / don't offer
  • b. felt / didn't offer
  • c. feel / don't offer
  • d. feel / didn't offer

Question 26: At the end of the competition the judges will announce the total score of each group.

  • a. last
  • b. first
  • c. low
  • d. partial

Question 27: They quickly read the questions and tried to find out the answers.

  • a. lately
  • b. gradually
  • c. late
  • d. hard

Question 28: But in Activity 5, Hung had difficulty reciting the poem.

  • a. ease
  • b. lack
  • c. dislike
  • d. nothing

Question 29: He could not remember the last sentence.

  • a. lose sight of
  • b. get lost in
  • c. be short of
  • d. have interest in

Question 30: The felt a little bit disappointed.

  • a. lucky
  • b. excited
  • c. satisfied
  • d. joyful

Find the one mistake (a, b, c or d) in these sentences.

Question 31: I like the road he just assumes we'll listen to him when he doesn't take in a word anyone else says!

  • a. the road
  • b. we'll listen to
  • c. take in
  • d. anyone else

Question 32: His main dislike about work are the noise and dust in the factory.

  • a. dislike
  • b. work
  • c. the noise
  • d. in the factory

Question 33: A good knife is probable one of the most useful things you can have in a kitchen.

  • a. probable
  • b. the most useful
  • c. can have
  • d. in a kitchen

Question 34: "Do you think (that) you could get me some stamps while you're into town?"

  • a. think
  • b. could get
  • c. some stamps
  • d. into town

Question 35: Turn the music up — I'm not competing against that noise!

  • a. Turn
  • b. up
  • c. I'm not competing
  • d. against

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

Completing a marathon is considered very difficult, but many coaches believe that it is possible for anyone who is willing to put in the time and effort. Obviously, most participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their specific age group and gender. Another very important goal is to break certain time barriers. For example, ambitious recreational first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours; more ompetitive runners will attempt to run under 3 hours. Many runners then prefer to finish for example in 3:29:59, which makes them “sub-3:30h marathoners”, instead of 3:30:01.

For most runners, the marathon is the longest run they have ever attempted. Many coaches believe that the most important element in marathon training is the long run. Recreational runners commonly try to reach a maximum of about 20 Emiles in their longest weekly run and about 40 miles a week in total when training for the marathon. More experienced marathoners may run a longer distance. During marathon training, adequate recovery time is crucial. If fatigue or pain is felt, it is recommended to take a break for a couple of days or more to let the body heal. Overtraining is a condition that results from not getting enough rest to allow the body to recover from difficult training. It can actually result in a lower endurance and speed and place a runner at a greater risk of injury.

Question 36: A marathon completion is ____.

  • a. impossible
  • b. easy
  • c. not very difficult
  • d. very difficult

Question 37: One of an important goals in a marathon competition is ____.

  • a. breaking time barriers
  • b. age
  • c. gender
  • d. reaching the finish

Question 38: In marathon training, the most important is ____.

  • a. the age
  • b. the coaches’ belief
  • c. the long run
  • d. the recreation

Question 39: If a marathon runner feels tired or have a pain, ____.

  • a. he should continue the training
  • b. he should quit running forever
  • c. it is time for him to stop his training
  • d. he should take a break for several days

Question 40: Overtraining may lead to ____.

  • a. good results
  • b. long endurance
  • c. injury
  • d. recovery

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

The marathon is a long-distance running (Question 41)___ of 42.1995 km ‘26 miles 385 yards) that can be run (Question 42) ____ as a road race or off-road, for example, on mountain trails. The name, “marathon”, (Question 43) ____ from the legend of Pheidippides, a Greek soldier, (Question 44) ____ was sent from the town of Marathon to Athens to (Question 45) ____ that the Persians had been miraculously defeated in the Battle of Marathon. It (Question 46) ____ that he ran the entire distance without stopping, but moments after proclaiming his message to the city he (Question 47) ___ dead from exhaustion. The idea of (Question 48) ____ a Marathon race came from Michel Bréal, who wanted the event to feature in the first modern Olympic Games in 1896 in Athens. This idea was supported by Pierre de Coubertin, the (Question 49) ___ of the modern Olympics. The winner of the first Olympic Marathon in 1896 (a male only race) was Spiridon “Spiros” Louis, a Greek water-carrier. He (Question 50) ____ at the Olympics in 2 hours, 58 minutes and 50 seconds.

Question 41:

  • a. trouble
  • b. problem
  • c. event
  • d. fact

Question 42:

  • a. neither
  • b. either
  • c. both
  • d. nor

Question 43:

  • a. comes
  • b. goes
  • c. approaches
  • d. reaches

Question 44:

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

Question 45:

  • a. speak
  • b. announce
  • c. reclaim
  • d. declare

Question 46:

  • a. said
  • b. was saying
  • c. says
  • d. was said

Question 47:

  • a. knocked
  • b. broke
  • c. collapsed
  • d. laid

Question 48:

  • a. organizing
  • b. taking
  • c. giving
  • d. making

Question 49:

  • a. found
  • b. foundation
  • c. founder
  • d. founding

Question 50:

  • a. got
  • b won
  • c. succeeded
  • d. gained
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