Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 11 unit 6: Competitions (P2)
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Find the word that has its underlined part pronounced differently from the other three in each question.
- a. comic
- b. cotton
- c. post
- d. economic
- a. health
- b. think
- c. toothache
- d. other
- a. whose
- b. when
- c. why
- d. which
- a. maps
- b. butcher’s
- c. tailor’s
- d. words
- a. tropica
- b. optional
- c. love
- d. novel
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 end of the program, a student would offer a bunch of flowers to the lecturer.
- a. On
- b. In
- c. For
- d. At
Question 7: These students are quick ____ English.
- a. on
- b. through
- c. over
- d. at
Question 8: Have you got any difficulty _____ learning these answers?
- a. in
- b. for
- c. about
- d. with
Question 9: Many supporters were _____ at the lack of first-team opportunities.
- a. quick
- b. disappointed
- c. difficult
- d. important
Question 10: Carlos was _____ the first prize in the essay competition.
- a. disappointed
- b. completed
- c. excited
- d. awarded
Question 11: In tonight’s quiz, our contestants have come from all over the country.
- a. losers
- b. judges
- c. competitors
- d. winners
Question 12: A referee must know all the _____ of the game.
- a. events
- b. disciplines
- c. laws
- d. rules
Question 13: A _____is a piece of paper with questions and exercises for students.
- a. worksheet
- b. competition
- c. question
- d. poem
Question 14: A ____ is a person that officially decides who is the winner of a competition.
- a. judge
- b. poet
- c. participant
- d. sponsor
Question 15: Do not write anything until the instructors finishes his ____.
- a. explain
- b. explanatory
- c. explanation
- d. explainer
Question 16:The program began with an _____ that it was 8 o'clock.
- a. announce
- b. announcer
- c. announcement
- d. announcing
Question 17: There is a wide variety for you to choose. You can take part in____ from canoeing to bird watching.
- a. acts
- b. actions
- c. activities
- d. acting
Question 18: What is ____ aim of the competition?
- a. a
- b. an
- c. the
- d. Ø
Question 19: He does not speak English fluently because he has some difficulty ____ the English consonants.
- a. to pronounce
- b. pronouncing
- c. with pronouncing
- d. pronounced
Question 20: On my arrival at the station, I found that no one was waiting for me as they had promised.
- a. Due to my arrival at the station
- b. Although I had arrived at the station
- c. No sooner I arrived at the station
- d. When I arrived at the station
Question 21: _____, you must answer all of the questions correctly.
- a. As being a winner
- b. Being a winner
- c. To be a winner
- d. Be a winner
Question 22: John ____ him carry the package.
- a. thanked me for helping
- b. said thanking with me to help
- c. told me to thank with helping
- d. asked me to thank and help
Question 23: Jane suggested going to the cinema.
- a. Jane said, “Let’s go to the cinema, shall we?”
- b. Jane said, “We oughtn’t to go to the cinema.”
- c. Jane said, “I hate going to the cinema.”
- d. Jane said, “Going to the cinema is boring.”
Question 24: “You cheated in the exam,” the teacher said to his students.
- a. The teacher insisted his students on cheating in the exam.
- b. The teacher prevented his students from cheating in the exam.
- c. The teacher advised his students to cheat in the exam.
- d. The teacher accused his students of cheating in the exam.
Question 25: “Don’t touch that flower!” the old lady said to the boy.
- a. The old lady wanted the boy not touching that flower.
- b. The old lady insisted the boy on touching that flower.
- c. The old lady warned the boy against touching that flower.
- d. The old lady congratulated the boy on not touching that flower.
Question 26: "_____," Peter denied.
- a. I did not take your umbrella
- b. I will not take your umbrella
- c. I shouldn't have taken your umbrella
- d. I mustn't take your umbrella
Question 27: "Please give me some more money, Mum," Daisy said
- a. Daisy protected her mother from giving her some more money.
- b. Daisy insisted her mother on giving her some more money.
- c. Daisy dreamed of her mother giving her some more money.
- d. Daisy looked forward to giving her mother some more money.
Question 28: “Great! You are well-dress today, Mary,” Tommy.
- a. Tommy accused Mary on being well-dressed.
- b. Tommy complimented Mary on being well-dressed.
- c. Tommy told Mary to be well-dressed.
- d. Tommy wanted Mary to be well-dressed.
Question 29: “You have just got a promotion, haven’t you? Congratulations!” Peter said to his friend.
- a. Peter dreamed of getting promotion.
- b. Peter told his friend if his friend getting a promotion.
- c. Peter asked his friend on getting a promotion.
- d. Peter congratulated his friend on getting a promotion.
Question 30: "____” the boy insisted.
- a. Do out with me?
- b. Do you want to go out with me?
- c. you had better go out with me,
- d. Come on! Please go out with me,
Question 31: Competition can have both beneficial with detrimental effects.
- a. can have
- b. beneficial
- c. with
- d. effects
Question 32: Human competitions can be very expensive, so as World Cups and Olympic Games.
- a. Human competitions
- b. can be
- c. so as
- d. and
Question 33: While some sports, such as fishing, or hiking have been viewed as primarily recreational, most sports are considered to be competitively.
- a. While some sports
- b. have been
- c. primarily recreational
- d. competitively
Question 34: In the basketball, two teams compete against each other to determine who can score the most points.
- a. In the basketball
- b. each other
- c. who
- d. most points
Question 35: Athletes, besides competing against others, also compete against nature in sports such as mountain climbing, where the goal is to reaching a destination.
- a. besides
- b. also compete
- c. where
- d. is to reaching
Read the passage and the questions or unfinished sentences. Then choose the answer a, b, c or d that you think fits best.
Bees, classified into over 10,000 species, are insects found in almost every part of the world except the northernmost and southernmost regions. One commonly known species is the honeybee, the only bee that produces honey and wax. Humans use the wax in making candles, lipsticks, and other products, and they use the honey as a food. While gathering the nectar and pollen with which they make honey, bees are simultaneously helping to fertilize the flowers on which they land. Many fruits and vegetables would not survive if bees did not carry the pollen from blossom to blossom.
Bees live in a structured environment and social structure within a hive, which is a nest with storage space for the honey. The different types of bees each perform a unique function. The worker bee carries nectar to the hive in a special stomach called a honey stomach. Other workers make beeswax and shape it into a honeycomb, which is a waterproof mass of six-sided compartments, or cells. The queen lays eggs in completed cells. As the workers build more cells, the queen lays more eggs.
All workers, like the queen, are female, but the workers are smaller than the queen. The male honeybees are called drones; they do no work and cannot sting. They are developed from unfertilized eggs, and their only job is to impregnate a queen. The queen must be fertilized in order to lay worker eggs. During the season when less honey is available and the drone is of no further use, the workers block the drones from eating the honey so that they will starve to death.
Question 36: Which of the following is the best title for this reading?
- a. The Honeybee — Its Characteristics and Usefulness
- b. The Many Species of Bees
- c. The Useless Drone
- d. Making Honey
Question 37: The word species in the first sentence is closest in meaning to:
- a. mates.
- b. varieties.
- c. killers.
- d. enemies
Question 38: The word which refers to:
- a. fertilizer.
- b. honey.
- c. flowers .
- d. bees.
Question 39: The word simultaneously is closest in meaning to:
- a. concurrently.
- b. skillfully.
- c. stubbornly.
- d. diligently.
Question 40: According to the passage, a hive is ____.
- a. a type of honey.
- b. a storage space.
- c. a type of bee.
- d. a nest.
Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best Option a, b,c or d to complete it:
While some sports, such as fishing, have been viewed as primarily recreational, most sports are (Question 41) ____ competitive. The majority involve competition between two or more persons, (or animals and/or mechanical devices typically controlled by humans as in horse racing or auto racing). (Question 42) ____ in a game of basketball, two teams compete against one another to determine who can score the most points. While there is no set reward for the winning team, many players gain an internal sense of (Question 43) ____ . In addition, extrinsic rewarcs may also be given. Athletes, besides competing against other humans, also compete against (Question 44) ___ in sports such as whitewater kayaking or mountain climbing, where the goal is to reach a destination, with only natural barriers impeding the process. A regularly scheduled (such as annual) competition (Question 45) ___ to determine the "best" competitor of that cycle is called a championship.
While professional sports have been usually viewed as intense and extremely competitive, recreational sports, (Question 46) ____are often less intense, are considered a healthy option for the competitive urges in humans. Sport provides a relatively safe venue for converting unbridled competition into harmless competition, (Question 47) ____ sports competition is restrained. Competitive sports are governed by codified rules agreed upon by the participants. Violating these rules is considered to be (Question 48) ______ competition. Thus sports provide artificial not natural competition; for example, competing for control of a ball or (Question 49) ___ territory on a playing field is not an innate biological factor in humans. Athletes in sports like gymnastics and competitive diving “compete” (Question 50) ____ a conceptual ideal of a perfect performance, which incorporates measurable criteria and standards that are translated into numerical ratings and scores.
- a. seemed
- b. considered
- c. looked
- d. watched
- a. Like
- b. Such as
- c. As well as
- d. For example
- a. liking
- b. humor
- c. pride
- d. feeling
- a. space
- b. nature
- c. atmosphere
- d. weather
- a. meant
- b. knew
- c. wanted
- d. liked
- a. which
- b. it
- c. that
- d. what
- a. besides
- b. however
- c. because
- d. although
- a. irregular
- b. unfair
- c. bad
- d. poor
- a. defending
- b. attacking
- c. fighting
- d. controlling
- a. in
- b. by
- c. for
- d. against
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