Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 9 Unit 2: Clothing (P1)

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Choose the word which is pronounced differently from the others:

Question 1:

  • a. scholarship
  • b. chaos
  • c. cherish
  • d. chorus

Question 2:

  • a. sign
  • b. minor
  • c. rival
  • d. trivial

Question 3:

  • a. message
  • b. privilege
  • c. college
  • d. collage

Question 4:

  • a. beard
  • b. rehearse
  • c. hearsay
  • d. endearment

Question 5:

  • a. dynamic
  • b. typical
  • c. cynicism
  • d. hypocrite

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

Question 6:

  • a. understand
  • b. engineer
  • c. benefit
  • d. Vietnamese

Question 7:

  • a. applicant
  • b. uniform
  • c. yesterday
  • d. employment

Question 8:

  • a. dangerous
  • b. parachute
  • c. popular
  • d. magazine

Question 9:

  • a. comfortable
  • b. employment
  • c. important
  • d. surprising

Question 10:

  • a. elegant
  • b. regional
  • c. musical
  • d. important

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

Question 11. It was after the Civil War ended that an assassin named John Wilkes Booth has killed Abraham Lincoln.

  • a. was
  • b. the Civil War ended
  • c. that
  • d. has killed

Question 12: Millions of people have visit Disney World in Orlando, Florida, since it opened.

  • a. Millions of people
  • b. have visit
  • c. in
  • d. since

Question 13: Gertrude Stein, a well-known American novelist, was born in 1874 and had died in 1946.

  • a. well-known
  • b. novelist
  • c. was born
  • d. had died

Question 14: Harry S. Truman assumed the presidency of the United States after F.D. Roosevelt dies in office.

  • a. assumed
  • b. presidency
  • c. F.D. Roosevelt dies
  • d. in office

Question 15: At summer camp last year children swam, rode horses, and were playing baseball.

  • a. At summer camp
  • b. swam
  • c. rode horses
  • d. were playing baseball

Question 16: Students who did not brought pencils to the test were not allowed to take it.

  • a. who
  • b. brought pencils
  • c. were
  • d. not allowed to take

Question 17: Television had been very popular in the United States since the fifties.

  • a. had been
  • b. very popular
  • c. in
  • d. since the fifties

Question 18: He would run up and down, shouting encourages to the team.

  • a. would
  • b. run up and down
  • c. encourages
  • d. to

Question 19: Many people made sacrifices to achieve basic equal for women.

  • a. made sacrifices
  • b. to
  • c. equal
  • d. for

Question 20: Inspiration by her example, other zoologists have begun working with apes in the wild.

  • a. Inspiration by
  • b. other
  • c. have begun working
  • d. the wild

Choose the correct answer among a, b, c or d:

Question 21: The _____ language in Malaysia is Bahasa Malaysia.

  • a. nation
  • b. national
  • c. internation
  • d. international

Question 22: A _____ is the place for worship.

  • a. museum
  • b. park
  • c. mosque
  • d. clinic

Question 23: Nguyen Du is a famous ____.

  • a. musician
  • b. correspondent
  • c. designer
  • d. poet

Question 24: He ____ write to her.

  • a. used not to
  • b. is used to
  • c. used to
  • d. All is correct

Question 25: This test must be done ____.

  • a. care
  • b. carefully
  • c. careful
  • d. None is correct

Question 26: I _____ going fishing with my father when I was young.

  • a. used to
  • b. has used to
  • c. is used to
  • d. was used to

Question 27: I wish I _____ Phong Nha Grottoes next vacation.

  • a. will visit
  • b. can visit
  • c. would visit
  • d. visited

Question 28: He ____ this car since he ____ it

  • a. hasn’t used / bought
  • b. doesn’t use / buys
  • c. won’t use / bought
  • d. didn’t use / bought

Question 29: I wish you ____ here with us now.

  • a. were
  • b. are
  • c. would be
  • d. will be

Question 30: I wish I _____ English well .

  • a. can speak
  • b. could speak
  • c. will speak
  • d. spoke

Question 31: Computer science must _____ in schools.

  • a. be teach
  • b. taught
  • c. be taught
  • d. teach

Question 32: Was radium ____ by Marie Curie?

  • a. discover
  • b. discovering
  • c. discovered
  • d. to discover

Question 33: This shirt is made ____ cotton.

  • a. of
  • b. from

  • c. by
  • d. with

Question 34: I haven’t seen Maryam ____.

  • a. 2 weeks ago
  • b. for 2 weeks
  • c. yesterday
  • d. x

Question 35: They usually _____ T-shirts on the weekends.

  • a. wear
  • b. worn
  • c. wore
  • d. wearing

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

In the mid 17th century English noblemen wore short jackets with slashed sleeves, (Question 36) ____ trousers called breeches and high-heeled boots with spurs. To these they often added a lace collar and a broad-brimmed hat (Question 37) ____ with long plumes. Women’s dresses became softer and more flowing.

The Puritans believed that people should (Question 38) simply, and they wore (Question 39) ____ black and white (Question 40) ___. Men wore tall black hats and white stocks (neckbands). Puritans were among the early colonists of North America, so this (Question 41) ____ influenced American clothing.

(Question 42) ____ the end of the 17th century men began to wear the predecessor of the modern three-piece suit, a long (Question 43) ____ coat, a waistcoat and breeches, and a long wig. Women wore low necklines and looped back their dresses to reveal the underskirt. Cotton (Question 44) ____ increasingly, especially for underclothes such as the shift, a long shirt (Question 45) ____ by both sexes.

Question 36:

  • a. knee-long
  • b. knee-length
  • c. knee-high
  • d. knee-lengths

Question 37:

  • a. decorates
  • b. decorating
  • c. decorated
  • d. decorate

Question 38:

  • a. dress
  • b. be dressed
  • c. be worn
  • d. wore

Question 39:

  • a. plain
  • b. polka-dot
  • c. patterned
  • d. striped

Question 40:

  • a. clothe
  • b. clothing
  • c. cloth
  • d. cloths

Question 41:

  • a. style
  • b. type
  • c. fashions
  • d. dresses

Question 42:

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

Question 43:

  • a. sleeve
  • b. collar
  • c. neckline
  • d. collarless

Question 44:

  • a. used
  • b. is used
  • c. used to
  • d. was used

Question 45:

  • a. wear
  • b. wearing
  • c. worn
  • d. wore

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

After the Revolutionary War people in America were able to get news of European fashions. Fashion plates (= pictures) and dolls showing the latest fashions were sent to the US, and American women began wearing large hoop skirts. Some people thought that heavy hoops and corsets were bad for the health, and encouraged women to wear looser clothes. Amelia Bloomer designed light frilled trousers, called bloomers, but many people laughed at them. Though bloomers were not popular, there was a fashion for smaller, lighter skirts. American men also followed fashion and began wearing long trousers (or pants) instead of breeches.

Question 46: When did American women begin to wear large hoop skirts?

  • a. After the Revolutionary War
  • b. After fashions plates and dolls showing the latest fashion
  • c. After buying fashion plates and dolls
  • d. After some people encouraged women to wear looser clothes

Question 47: What can be the best title of the passage?

  • a. The American Clothing After Revolution War
  • b. The American Cloths After Revolution War
  • c. The Influence of the European Fashions
  • d. The History of Bloomers

Question 48: In the context of the passage, the word “encouraged” means ___.

  • a. suggested that someone did something
  • b. helped someone do something
  • c. gave someone hope
  • d. helped so that someone continue doing something

Question 49: The word “them” in sentence refers to ____.

  • a. hoops and corsets
  • b. bloomers
  • c. some American people
  • d. American women

Question 50: Which of the following is not true?

  • a. Some people persuaded women not to wear heavy hoops and corsets.
  • b. Amelia Bloomer was the one who designed frilled trousers.
  • c. Americans liked wearing large hoop skirts.
  • d. American men used to wear breeches.
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