Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 9 Unit 8: Celebrations (P1)

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

Question 1:

  • a. active
  • b. ancient
  • c. celebrate
  • d. nominate

Question 2:

  • a. celebration
  • b. considerate
  • c. decorate
  • d. Easter

Question 3:

  • a. active
  • b. predict
  • c. priority
  • d. ultimately

Question 4:

  • a. compose
  • b. sticky
  • c. describe
  • d. compliment

Question 5:

  • a. slavery
  • b. last
  • d. guest
  • d. towards

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

Question 6:

  • a. dividend
  • b. division
  • c. distinctive
  • d. disgusting

Question 7:

  • a. family
  • b. enemy
  • c. assembly
  • d. harmony

Question 8:

  • a. assistant
  • b. difficult
  • c. important
  • d. encourage

Question 9:

  • a. reference
  • b. coverage
  • c. positive
  • d. referee

Question 10:

  • a. foreign
  • b. avoid
  • c. revise
  • d. review

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

Question 11: I made an appointment with Dr. Raven, who considered an expert on eye disorders.

  • a. made
  • b. with
  • c. who considered
  • d. on

Question 12: The car that AI bought had had three previous owners but it was in excellently condition.

  • a. that
  • b. had had
  • c. but
  • d. excellently

Question 13: The company offered the position to John who department performed best this year.

  • a. offered
  • b. to
  • c. who
  • d. best

Question 14: Jack usually has little trouble making new friends in another country despite an inability to communicate good in any language besides English.

  • a. little
  • b. making new friends
  • c. despite
  • d. good

Question 15: Although he had practiced for many hours, George failed his driving test for the third times.

  • a. Although
  • b. had practiced
  • c. for
  • d. the third times

Question 16: He recognized Mr. Hunter like an old business acquaintance from his years in banking.

  • a. recognized
  • b. like
  • c. business acquaintance
  • d. in banking

Question 17: The attacker is describe as around 30, with dark hair and a beard.

  • a. attacker
  • b. describe
  • c. as
  • d. a

Question 18: They concluded that even three-year-olds are able to distinguish among causes and effects.

  • a. concluded
  • b. even
  • c. three-year-olds
  • d. among

Question 19: The movie received an Oscar nominates for best foreign language movie.

  • a. received
  • b. nominates
  • c. for
  • d. movie

Question 20: With the children grown up, she is enjoying her newfound freedoms.

  • a. With
  • b. grown up
  • c. is enjoying
  • d. freedoms

Find the one choice that best completes the sentence.

Question 21: People ____ outlook on life is optimistic are usually happy peop!e.

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

Question 22: Ms. Donaldson, ____ teaches linguistics at the university, recently received recognition for her research on the use of gesture in communication.

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

Question 23: The earth, ____ is the fifth largest planet in the solar system, is the third planet from the sun.

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

Question 24: ______Beth has a new car, she no longer takes the commuter train to work. She drives to work every day.

  • a. In case
  • b. While
  • c. Although
  • d. Now that

Question 25: ____ Diana didn’t know how to swim, she jumped into the swimming pool.

  • a. Despite
  • b. However
  • c. Although
  • d. Yet

Question 26: The victory was a ____ for great celebration.

  • a. cause
  • b. chance
  • c. factor
  • d. element

Question 27: She could not distinguish one child ____ another.

  • a. to
  • b. with
  • c. between
  • d. from

Question 28: The Official Secrets Act was amended to allow greater freedom ____ information.

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

Question 29: They have been extremely ____ to the mosque.

  • a. generous
  • b. generously
  • c. generosity
  • d. generosities

Question 30: She got no____ out of working.

  • a. joy
  • b. joyful
  • c. joys
  • d. joyfulness

Question 31: The trial is expected ___ until the end of the week.

  • a. to be last
  • b. to be lasted
  • c. to be lasting
  • d. to last

Question 32: She was nominated ____ a special award.

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

Question 33: These mild fits are quite a common ____in babies.

  • a. occur
  • b. occurring
  • c. occurrence
  • d. occured

Question 34: Newton’s theories allow us _____ the flight of a cricket ball.

  • a. predict
  • b. predicting
  • c. to predict
  • d. how to predict

Question 35: War veterans were _____ through the streets to commemorate the victory.

  • a. parade
  • b. parading
  • c. paraded
  • d. parades

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

Valentine’s Day is always (Question 36)____February 14. It’s not a (Question 37) ___ day. On weekdays, schools are open. Banks are open. People go to work. Life goes (Question 38)____ as usual, but there is one (Question 39)___. People give cards and gifts to friends and people they love. They say, ‘Be my Valentine'.

There are many kinds of Valentine cards. Some people make cards. Most people (Question 40)____ them. Men and women often give each another romantic cards. There (Question 41)____ say, ‘I love you.’ The husbands give romantic cards to their (Question 42) ___.

Children and friends usually give funny or humorous cards. These cards do not say, ‘I love you.’ They are not romantic. Children give cards to their friends (Question 43) ____ school parties.

Flowers and candies are popular gifts on Valentine’s Day. Many people give red roses (Question 44) ____ people they love. Stores sell chocolates and other candies in heart (Question 45) ___.

Question 36:

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

Question 37:

  • a. national
  • b. office
  • c. regional
  • d. religion

Question 38:

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

Question 39:

  • a. differ
  • b. difference
  • c. different
  • d. differences

Question 40:

  • a. buy
  • b. sell
  • c. give
  • d. get

Question 41:

  • a. men
  • b. women
  • c. cards
  • d. papers

Question 42:

  • a. wives
  • b. wifes
  • c. wive
  • d. wife

Question 43:

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

Question 44:

  • a. for
  • b. at
  • c. to
  • d. Ø

Question 45:

  • a. style
  • b. forms
  • c. shapes
  • d. pattern

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

On the fourth, Thursday in November, in houses around the United States, families get together for a feast, or a large meal. Almost all families eat turkey and cranberry sauce for this meal, and have pumpkin pie for dessert. This feast is part of a very special day, the holiday of Thanksgiving.

In 1620, the Pilgrims made a difficult trip across the ocean from England. They landed in what is now Massachusetts. In England, the Pilgrims had not been allowed to freely practice their religion. So, they went to the New World in search of religious freedom.

The Pilgrims’ first winter was very hard. Almost half the group died of cold, hunger, and disease. But the Native Americans of Massachusetts taught the Pilgrims to plant corn, to hunt, and to fish. When the next fall came, the Pilgrims had plenty of food. They were thankful and had a feast to give thanks. They invited the Native Americans to join them. This was the first Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving became a national holiday many years later because of a woman named Sarah Hale. For forty years Sarah Hale wrote to each president and asked for a holiday of Thanksgiving. At last she was successful. In 1863 President Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a holiday.

How much is Thanksgiving today like the Pilgrims’ Thanksgiving? In many ways they are different. For example, historians think that the Pilgrims ate deer, not turkey. The idea of Thanksgiving, though, is very much the same: Thanksgiving is a day on which we celebrate and give thanks.

Question 46: According to the passage, why did the Pilgrims left their homeland?

  • a. They want to find a new land that other people do not know.
  • b. They want to freely practice their religion.
  • c. They want to make a vacation.
  • d. They want to find a place to lurk.

Question 47: When did Thanksgiving become a national holiday?

  • a. On the fourth Thursday in November
  • b. In 1620
  • c. In 1863
  • d. In the fall of 1620

Question 48: Who declared Thanksgiving a holiday?

  • a. The Pilgrims
  • b. The Native Americans
  • c. President Lincoln
  • d. Sarah Hale

Question 49: Why was the first Thanksgiving celebrated?

  • a. Because the Pilgrim wanted to give thanks to the Native Americans for their help.
  • b. Because they had plenty of food.
  • c. Because they wanted’to have a feast.
  • d. Because they wanted to invite the Native Americans to go to their party.

Question 50. Which of the following is not true?

  • a. On the fourth Thursday in November, Thanksgiving is celebrated.
  • b. On Thanksgiving Day, Americans eat deer, not turkey.
  • c. Almost half the Pilgrims died during the first winter.
  • d. The Pilgrims invited the Native Americans to join them for a feast.
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