Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 9 Unit 1: A visit from a pen pal (P1)

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Choose the word which is pronounced differently from the others:

Question 1.

  • a. teacher
  • b. scholarship
  • c. chair
  • d. chess

Question 2.

  • a. few
  • b. dew
  • c. new
  • d. sew

Question 3.

  • a. smart
  • b. cart
  • c. carry
  • d. start

Question 4.

  • a. burn
  • b. bury
  • c. curly
  • d. turn

Question 5.

  • a. about
  • b. south
  • c. count
  • d. young

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

Question 6:

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

Question 7:

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

Question 8:

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

Question 9:

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

Question 10:

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

Choose the words or phrases that are not correct in Standard English.

Question 11. Last Monday Henry had saw a wallet on a lonely street in London.

  • a. had saw
  • b. on
  • c. lonely street
  • d. in London

Question 12: He picked up the wallet and finds the ticket inside.

  • a. picked up
  • b. and finds
  • c. ticket
  • d. inside

Question 13: Mary heard a strangely sound on the telephone one morning.

  • a. heard
  • b. strangely sound
  • c. the telephone
  • d. one morning

Question 14: When we saw an UFO, we stopped the car.

  • a. saw
  • b. an UFO
  • c. stopped
  • d. the car

Question 15: Theodore Lee had left all his money to the Society for the Blind.

  • a. had left
  • b. all his money
  • c. to
  • d. for

Question 16: The Marconi family had come to the United States thirty years ago.

  • a. The Marconi family
  • b. had come
  • c. to
  • d. thirty years

Question 17: Police yesterday began to look for thieves who steal 14 paintings from a museum in Taipei.

  • a. began to look for
  • b. steal
  • c. from
  • d. in Taipei

Question 18: Two men break into a supermarket in Italy and walked off with 240 tins of dog food, worth Lira 120,000.

  • a. break into
  • b. in Italy
  • c. walked off with
  • d. worth

Question 19. I have written my wife a letter every other day since the last two weeks.

  • a. have written my wife
  • b. since
  • c. the
  • d. last

Question 20: Ted Cornwall, aged 77, has started his own telephone service for unhappily people.

  • a. aged 77
  • b. has started
  • c. for
  • d. unhappily

Find the one choice that best completes the sentence.

Question 21: When the road __, go left.

  • a. divides
  • b. turns
  • c. bends
  • d. connects

Question 22: Their future ____ son how well they do in school.

  • a. depends
  • b. decides
  • c. denies
  • d. determines

Question 23: The ____ from my family and friends made me very unhappy.

  • a. separate
  • b. separation
  • c. separating
  • d. separately

Question 24: Freeman is ____ in the title role, playing a disillusioned cop.

  • a. impress
  • b. impression
  • c. impressive
  • d. impressing

Question 25: Most kids love _____ shows.

  • a. punk
  • b. puppet
  • c. punch
  • d. talk

Question 26: Egypt is famous ____ ancient pyramids.

  • a. for
  • b. on
  • c. to
  • d. from

Question 27: Wilson now found himself leading a weak and ____ party.

  • a. divides
  • b. dividing
  • c. divided
  • d. dividend

Question 28: 'I took the TOEFL. It was really hard.’ ‘ ____ a lot before you took it?’

  • a. Have you studied
  • b. Did you studied
  • c. Had you studied
  • d. Do you study

Question 29: The girl wishes she ____ in Hue for the festival next week.

  • a. had stayed
  • b. could stay
  • c. stay
  • d. was staying

Question 30: I ____ on the subways in New York City.

  • a. haven’t never ridden
  • b. have never ridden
  • c. haven’t never ride
  • d. have never ride

Question 31: Did you say that you ____ here only three days ago?

  • a. came
  • b. have come
  • c. had came
  • d. come

Question 32: The country’s population consists of three main ___ groups.

  • a. ethnic
  • b. ethic
  • c. ethnicity
  • d. ethical

Question 33: A school outfit is no longer ____.

  • a. compulsory
  • b. option
  • c. comprise
  • d. compromise

Question 34: Many Canadians spend their vacations in warmer ____.

  • a. air
  • b. atmosphere
  • c. weather
  • d. climate

Question 35: The plane landed at Heathrow ____.

  • a. Station
  • b. Port
  • c. Bay
  • d. Airport

Choose the word (a, b, c or d) that best fits each of the blank spaces.

Name (Question 36) ___ an ex-Governor of New South Wales, Sydney is the State’s capital (Question 37)____. Located on the south-east coast of Australia in the temperate zone. it enjoys a mild (Question 38) ____, averaging 14.5 hours of sunshine per day (Question 39) ____. summer and 10.25 hours in winter. It is also the largest, oldest and perhaps the most beautifully situated city in Australia. (Question 40)____ established by the British as a convict settlement in 1788, it is a modern cosmopolitan city that has developed into one of the nation’s major industrial, business, and (Question 41) _____ centers.

Sydney is (Question 42) ____ to nearly 4.2 million people (as at 1995). The suburbs reach out from the city center and harbor creating a metropolitan area of about 1000 square kilometers. The 57 square kilometer harbor is one of the largest in the world and famous (Question 43) ____ the unmistakable 134 high arch of the Harbor Bridge and the graceful sails (Question 44) the Opera House. It is a busy waterway with ferries, freighters, hydrofoils and (Question 45) ___ craft.

Question 36:

  • a. of
  • b. like
  • c. as
  • d. after

Question 37:

  • a. area
  • b. part
  • c. city
  • d. role

Question 38:

  • a. wind
  • b. atmosphere
  • c. degree
  • d. climate

Question 39:

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

Question 40:

  • a. First
  • b. Firstly
  • c. At first
  • d. Frist of all

Question 41:

  • a. manufacture
  • b. manufacturing
  • c. manufactory
  • d. manufacturer

Question 42:

  • a. root
  • b. house
  • c. home
  • d. hometown

Question 43:

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

Question 44:

  • a. from
  • b. of
  • c. to
  • d. in

Question 45:

  • a. please
  • b. pleasant
  • c. pleased
  • d. pleasure

Read the following passage and choose the item (a, b, c, or d) that best answers each of the questions about it.

Every nation and every country has its own customs and traditions. In Britain traditions play a more important part in the life of the people than in other countries. Englishmen are proud of their traditions and carefully keep them up.

It has been the law for about 300 years that all theatres are closed on Sundays. No letters are delivered; only a few Sunday papers are published.

To this day an English family prefers a house with a garden to a flat in a modern house with central heating. English people like gardens. Sometimes the garden in front of the house is a little square covered with cement painted garden in imitation of grass and a box of flowers.

Holidays are especially rich in old traditions and are different in Scotland, Ireland, Wales and England. Christmas is a great English national holiday, and in Scotland it is not kept, except by clerks in banks, all shops and factories are working.

Question 46: What is the best title for the passage?

  • a. Traditions and Customs in Great Britain
  • b. The Importance of Traditions and Customs
  • c. Traditional Life vs. Modern Life
  • d. Englishmen’s Hobbies

Question 47: How important are traditions in Britain?

  • a. It is slightly important.
  • b. It is more important than in other countries.
  • c. It is rather important.
  • d. It is somewhat important.

Question 48: In Great Britain, ___.

  • a. only a few papers are published
  • b. a garden in front of the house is a little square covered with cement painted garden in imitation of grass and a box of flower
  • c. all shops and factories are working at Christmas
  • d. traditions are preserved

Question 49: The word it in the last paragraph refers to ______.

  • a. Christmas
  • b. a vational holiday
  • c. old traditions
  • d. England

Question 50. Which of the following is not true?

  • a. In Great Britain all theatres are closed on Sundays.
  • b. In Great Britain a postman doesn’t work on Sundays.
  • c. English families like a house with garden better than a modern flat.
  • d. In Scotland Christmas is a great national holiday
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