Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 9 Unit 10: Life on other planets (P1)

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Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.

Question 1:

  • a. junkyard
  • b. car
  • c. quality
  • d. warm

Question 2:

  • a. campus
  • b. surf
  • c. forum
  • d. until

Question 3:

  • a. slow
  • b. window
  • c. tomorrow
  • d. town

Question 4:

  • a. linguistics
  • b. suit
  • c. distinguish
  • d. guitar

Question 5:

  • a. despite
  • b. deposit
  • c. woods
  • d. advertise

Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.

Question 6:

  • a. install
  • b. exist
  • c. ethnic
  • d. design

Question 7:

  • a. campus
  • b. describe
  • c. damage
  • d . volume

Question 8:

  • a. eruption
  • b. conclusive
  • c. correspond
  • d. occurrence

Question 9:

  • a. volcanic
  • b. pollution
  • c. existence
  • d. pesticide

Question 10:

  • a. institution
  • b. mysterious
  • c. federation
  • d. unidentified

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

Question 11: After having a baby, a woman may suffers from depression for several months.

  • a. having
  • b. may suffers
  • c. from
  • d. for

Question 12: The west coasts of North and South America might have heavily rains.

  • a. The west coats
  • b. of
  • c. might
  • d. heavily rains

Question 13: I’m sure if I send this box today by overnight express, it would arrive in time.

  • a. sure
  • b. send
  • c. by
  • d. would arrive

Question 14: If I am an astronaut, I would take my camera with me on the rocket ship next month.

  • a. am
  • b. would take
  • c. on
  • d. rocket ship

Question 15: If I have wings, I wouldn’t have to take an airplane to fly home.

  • a. have
  • b. wouldn't have to
  • c. take
  • d. fly home

Question 16: They found the new business environment alien and puzzle.

  • a. found
  • b. business environment
  • c. alien
  • d. puzzle

Question 17. He claim that aircraft noise was the worst form of air pollution in London.

  • a. claim
  • b. aircraft noise
  • c. the worst
  • d. of

Question 18: That description caprure perfectly the feeling of being invisible.

  • a. capture
  • b. perfectly
  • c. of
  • d. being invisible

Question 19: The regulations should be written in plain English so that the publication understand.

  • a. regulations
  • b. in
  • c. plain English
  • d. publication

Question 20: She was absolutely terrified with the thought of jumping off the bridge.

  • a. absolutely
  • b. with
  • c. of
  • d. off

Find the one choice that best completes the sentence.

Question 21: Passover is celebrated in Israel and by all ___ people.

  • a. English
  • b. Vietnamese
  • c. Japanese
  • d. Jewish

Question 22: It's very nice ____ you to give me this present!

  • a. of
  • b. in
  • c. by
  • d. on

Question 23: He is the most ____ activist in the town.

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

Question 24: In Australia, a tropical storm is called a ____

  • a. typhoon
  • b. cyclone
  • c. hurricane
  • d. tornado

Question 25: We can usually predict when a volcano will ___

  • a. abrupt
  • b. abruptness
  • c. erupt
  • d. eruption

Question 26: He is the man ____ helped me yesterday.

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

Question 27: The car ____ she has just bought is very modern,

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

Question 28: ____ are funnel-shaped storms which pass overland below a thunderstorm.

  • a. earthquakes
  • b. typhoons
  • c. volcanoes
  • d. tornadoes

Question 29: Can’t you claim ______ your insurance’?

  • a. on
  • d. of
  • c. for
  • d. about

Question 30: He was crazy _____ me for letting the goal in.

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

Question 31: The newborn young are helpless _____ and easy prey for birds.

  • a. creature
  • b. creatures
  • c. creator
  • d. creators

32: The kidnapping charge was dropped because of lack of ____.

  • a. evident
  • b. evidence
  • c. evidently
  • d. evidential

33: There was a fear that the club might go out of ______ for lack of support.

  • a. exists
  • b. exist
  • c. existence
  • d. existing

34: The satellite will remain ______ orbit for several years.

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

35: Stop being so ___ and tell us what happened!

  • a. mysterious
  • b. mystery
  • c. mysteries
  • d. myth

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

Edwin Hubble was an American (Question 36)___ whose research led to discoveries about galaxies and the nature of the (Question 37) ___. He settled a long debate by (Question 38)__ that the Andromeda nebula was located outside our galaxy, establishing the islands universe theory, (Question 39) ____ states that galaxies exit outside of our own. His (Question 40)___ of the distribution of galaxies resulted in Hubble’s Constant, a standard relationship between a galaxy’s distance from the earth and its speed of recession.

By 1925, Hubble had devised a classification system for the structure of galaxies and provided (Question 41) __ observational evidence for the expansion of the universe. His work pushed the one-hundred-inch Mount Wilson telescope beyond (Question 42) ___ capability and provided strong impetus for the construction of an instrument twice its size at Mount Palomar, which Hubble used during his last years of research. The telescope that bears his name was (Question 43)____on a space (Question 44) ____ in 1990 and (Question 45)____ the earth, collecting data about the size of the universe.

Question 36:

  • a. astronaut
  • b. astronomer
  • c. astrologer
  • d. cosmonaut

Question 37:

  • a. universe
  • b. universal
  • c. university
  • d. universities

Question 38:

  • a. demonstrate
  • b. demonstration
  • c. demonstrating
  • d. demonstrator

Question 39:

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

Question 40:

  • a. studying
  • b. study
  • c. student
  • d. students

Question 41:

  • a. conclusive
  • b. conclude
  • c. conclusion
  • d. conclusiveness

Question 42:

  • a. his
  • b. its
  • c. their
  • d. it’s

Question 43:

  • a. launch
  • b. launched
  • c. launches
  • d. launching

Question 44:

  • a. shuttle
  • b. shutter
  • c. settle
  • d. settler

Question 45:

  • a. orbit
  • b. circle
  • c. orbits
  • d. around

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

A shuttle is a vehicle that travels back and forth frequently. A space shuttle is a vehicle that travels into space and back again. It can be used again and again. On April 12, 1981, the United States launched the first space shuttle, Columbia. At 7.00 a.m., the engines were fired. The booster rockets and the Space Shuttle lifted off into the air. Two minutes later, the booster rockets and the Space Shuttle separated. Parachutes took the rockets safely down into the Pacific Ocean, where ships were waiting to pick them up. Columbia continued to climb on an orbit of 170 miles above the earth. The Space Shuttle circled the earth 36 times. During this time, the astronauts tested the equipment on the Shuttle. They also opened and closed the large cargo doors. Two days later, they fired the Shuttles engines. This slowed down the Shuttle. John Young, a top pilot, took the controls of Columbia. He entered the earth’s atmosphere and headed toward California. Then he made a perfect landing at Edwards Air Force base.

Since then, Columbia has traveled into space more than seven times. The second Shuttle, Challenger, is also operating. “NASA” is building two more space Shuttles. It is planning over 60 more Shuttle flights. Some will launch Satellites through the cargo doors. Some will try to manufacture drugs and chemicals in space. One will carry a large telescope into orbit which will send pictures back to earth. It is possible that some day in the future, Space Shuttles will carry passengers to the moon.

Question 46. A Space Shuttle can ___.

  • a. be used seven times and carry passengers to the moon
  • b. be used over sixty times and can launch Satellites from it
  • c. be used again and again and can recover a large telescope
  • d. be used many times and can do experiments in space

Question 47: The rockets were taken safely down into the Pacific Ocean by ___.

  • a. firing the engines
  • b. ships which were waiting
  • c. large parachutes after separating
  • d. taking the controls of Colombia

Question 48: The word “them” in the second paragraph refers to ____.

  • a. parachutes
  • b. rockets
  • c. astronauts
  • d. engines

Question 49: Which statement is not true?

  • a. In the past, before space shuttles, a spacecraft could only be used one or two times.
  • b. Space Shuttles will help scientists learn more about space.
  • c. The rockets separated from the space shuttle when it was in orbit.
  • d. Colombia will make many more space flights.

Question 50: John Young was ____

  • a. an excellent pilot and he made a perfect landing
  • b.a pilot at the top of the shuttle and he made a perfect landing
  • c. a gentle pilot and he took the control of Colombia
  • d. a top of the space shuttle and took the controls of Colombia
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