Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 9 Unit 10: Life on other planets (P2)

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

Question 1:

  • a. imagine
  • b. Mars
  • c. travel
  • d. planet

Question 2:

  • a. alien
  • b. marvelous
  • c. existence
  • d. gemstone

Question 3:

  • a. terrify
  • b. infant
  • c. trick
  • d. public

Question 4:

  • a. east
  • b. dream
  • c. really
  • d. creature

Question 5:

  • a. saucer
  • b. precious
  • c. evidence
  • d. device

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

Question 6:

  • a. treetop
  • b. spacecraft
  • c. sighting
  • d. erupt

Question 7:

  • a. sample
  • b. behave
  • c. replace
  • d. parade

Question 8:

  • a. saucer
  • b. abrupt
  • c. pollute
  • d. conserve

Question 9:

  • a. object
  • b. highlands
  • c. describe
  • d. solar

Question 10:

  • a. disappear
  • b. existence
  • c. imagine
  • d. extensive

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

Question 11. I was sure that I has been leaving my keys on the counter.

  • a. was sure
  • b. that
  • c. has been leaving
  • d. on the counter

Question 12: What is the first thing you will do if you get elect?

  • a. What
  • b. the first thing
  • c will do
  • d. get elect

Question 13: The peanut is used today to make everything from cosmetics to explosives because the pioneering scientific work of George Washington Carver in the 1910s and 1920s.

  • a. is used
  • b. to make
  • c. from cosmetics to explosives
  • d. because

Question 14: The doctors there are very good, and I’m sure you will be well look after.

  • a. doctors
  • b. very good
  • c. sure
  • d. look after

Question 15: It seems reasonable to suggest that all life form on earth share a common origin.

  • a. seems reasonable
  • b. to
  • c. all life from
  • d. a common origin

Question 16: In hot weather, many people enjoy lemonade, that is a drink made from lemon juice, water, and sugar.

  • a. In hot weather
  • b. enjoy
  • c. that
  • d. made from

Question 17: We toured a 300-year-old house, the exterior of that consisted of logs cemented with clay.

  • a. toured
  • b. 300-year-old
  • c. of that
  • d. of

Question 18: If I felt the way you do about it, I will drop the class as soon as possible.

  • a. felt
  • b. do
  • c. will drop
  • d. possible

Question 19: Misconceptions about mental illness are common between the general public.

  • a. about
  • b. mental illness
  • c. between
  • d. general public

Question 20: The figure vanished as silently as if it had simply been a figment of her image.

  • a. figure
  • b. as silently as if
  • c. simply
  • d. image

Find the one choice that best completes the sentence.

Question 21: We are saving money ___ we want to buy a new house.

  • a. so
  • b. because
  • c. but
  • d. and

Question 22: My father has to go to work ____ it is raining hard.

  • a. though
  • b. but
  • c. because
  • d. and

Question 23: He loves his parents very much and wants them to be ___.

  • a. happy
  • b. happily
  • c. happiness
  • d. happen

Question 24: In Asia , a tropical storm is called a ____.

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

Question 25: You don't learn this lesson, ____ you?

  • a. did
  • b. didn't
  • c. do
  • d. don't

Question 26: Where are the photos ___ were taken at the Christmas party?

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

Question 27: She doesn't know the man ____ sent her his letter.

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

Question 28: Ninety percents of ___ occur around the Pacific Rim.

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

Question 29: Wearing dark glasses gives him an air of ___.

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

Question 30: The kids would answer back, and that drove her ___.

  • a. crazy
  • b. madness
  • c. craziness
  • d. crazily

Question 31. He’s terrified _____ spiders.

  • a. of
  • b. to
  • c. with
  • d. about

Question 32. Had I really heard a noise, or was I just ___ things?

  • a. image
  • b. images
  • c. imagine
  • d. imagining

Question 33. Few of these monkeys still ____ in the wild.

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

Question 34. She has considerable professional experience ___ translation.

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

Question 35: The containers are graded ____ size.

  • a. to
  • b. of
  • c. with
  • d. by

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

(Question 36) ____ 4 October 1957 the first satellite, Sputnik, was (Question 37)____. Since then, thousands of spacecraft (Question 38)___ into space. Every (Question 39)___ weeks, new satellites are put into orbit. Unfortunately, space is being (Question 40)_____ by debris from these (Question 41)___ flights. More than 70,000 objects have been left in space. Parts of rockets have been left. Old satellites have been abandoned. Other items, including a glove, a spanner there is becoming (Question 42) ____. Both Russian and American spacecraft have been damaged. An (Question 43) ____ would be killed (Question 44) ____ he or she was hit by a piece of rubbish. It (Question 45) ____ billions of dollars to collect all the debris, but if nothing is done the situation will only get worse. Sooner or later a satellite will be destroyed by a large piece of rubbish and thousands more pieces of debris will be scattered.

Question 36:

  • a. In
  • b. At
  • c. On
  • d. For

Question 37:

  • a. left
  • b. launched
  • c. moved
  • d. landed

Question 38:

  • a. has been sent
  • b. had been sent
  • c. have been sent
  • d. was sent

Question 39:

  • a. few
  • b. little
  • c. a few
  • d. a little

Question 40:

  • a. pollute
  • b. polluted
  • c. polluting
  • d. pollution

Question 41:

  • a. spacious
  • b. spacing
  • c. space
  • d. spaciousness

Question 42:

  • a. generous
  • b. dangerous
  • c. mysterious
  • d. marvelous

Question 43:

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

Question 44:

  • a. when
  • b. as if
  • c. now that
  • d. if

Question 45:

  • a. will cost
  • b. costs
  • c. would cost
  • d. was going to

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

For centuries, sky watchers have reported seeing mysterious flashes of light on the surface of the Moon. Modern astronomers have observed the same phenomenon, but no one has been able to satisfactorily explain how or why the Moon sporadically sparks. However, researchers now believe they have found the cause.

Researchers have examined the chemical content of Moon rocks retrieved by astronauts during the Apollo missions and have found that they contain volatile gases such as helium, hydrogen and argon. The researchers suggest that stray electrons, freed when the rock cracks, may ignite these gases. Indeed, lunar rock samples, when fractured in the lab, throw off sparks.

What causes these rocks to crack to the lunar surface? The flashes are most often seen at the borders between sunlight and on the Moon, where the surface is being either intensely heated or cooled. A sudden change in temperature may cause thermal cracking. Another possibility is that meteors may strike the rocks and cause them to crack. Finally, lunar rocks may be fractured by seismic events — in other words, by tiny moonquakes.

Question 46: Which of the following statements describes the organization of the passage?

  • a. A popular notion 1s refuted.
  • b. A generalization is made, and examples of it are given.
  • c. The significance is made, and examples of it are given.
  • d. A phenomenon is described, and a possible explanation is proposed.

Question 47: According to the passage, how long have people been aware of the mysterious light on the moon?

  • a. For the last ten years
  • b. Since the Apollo moon missions
  • c. For hundreds of years
  • d. For thousands of years

Question 48: According to the passage, the theory that Moon rocks give off sparks when they crack is supported by ____.

  • a. a telescopic study of the Moon
  • b. experiments conducted by astronauts
  • c. observations made centuries ago
  • d. an analysis of rocks from the Moon

Question 49: The word “they” in the second paragraph refers to ____.

  • a. helium, hydrogen and argon
  • b. researchers
  • c. Apollo spacecraft
  • d. lunar rocks

Question 50: The word “thermal” is closest in meaning to which of the following?

  • a. lunar
  • b. of the moon
  • c. caused by heat
  • d. on the surface
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