Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 9 Unit 9: Natural disasters (P1)

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

Question 1:

  • a. abrupt
  • b. appliance
  • c. delta
  • d. behavior

Question 2:

  • a. behave
  • b. border
  • c. destroy
  • d. erupt

Question 3:

  • a. disaster
  • b. drill
  • c. fixture
  • d. flashlight

Question 4:

  • a. storm
  • b. tornado
  • c. volcano
  • d. border

Question 5:

  • a. extensive
  • b. highlands
  • c. celsius
  • d. trust

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

Question 6:

  • a. battery
  • b. bureau
  • c. carriage
  • d. destroy

Question 7:

  • a. erupt
  • b. cyclone
  • c. delta
  • d. Celsius

Question 8:

  • a. expect
  • b. parade
  • c. volume
  • d. prevent

Question 9:

  • a. destruction
  • b. disaster
  • c. eruption
  • d. hurricane

Question 10:

  • a. extensive
  • b. thunderstorm
  • c. prediction
  • d. pacific

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

Question 11: The winner of the Nobel Prize in physics dedicated the honor to his high school physics teacher, that had been an inspiration during his early years

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

Question 12: The consultant which was hired to advise us never really understood our situation.

  • a. which
  • b. to
  • c. us
  • d. understood

Question 13: I gave the check to Oliver, who promptly cashed it and spend all the money before the day was out.

  • a. to
  • b. who
  • c. spend
  • d. out

Question 14: Food that passes from the mouth to the stomach goes through a tube what is called the esophagus.

  • a. that
  • b. from
  • c. goes
  • d. what

Question 15: Michel Croz, with whose help Whymper climbed the Matterhorn, was one of the first profession guides.

  • a. with whose
  • b. climbed
  • c. was
  • d. profession guides

Question 16: His political reputation has been seriously damage in recent years by the scandal.

  • a. political
  • b. damage
  • c. in
  • d. by

Question 17: There has been a recently shift toward hiring more people with good writing skills.

  • a. has been
  • b. recently
  • c. hiring
  • d. with

Question 18: The increase in the mean globally temperature will be about 0.3°C per decade.

  • a. increase
  • b. in
  • c. globally
  • d. per

Question 19: Having been duly warning that I would get nowhere wat my application, I went right ahead and applied anyway.

  • a. warning
  • b. would
  • c. with
  • d. ahead

Question 20: This kind of behavior is to be expecting from a two-year-old.

  • a. of
  • b. expecting
  • c. from
  • d. two-year-old

Find the one choice that best completes the sentence.

Question 21: The cooker __ is displayed at that shop looks modern.

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

Question 22: “Were you able to locate the person ___ wallet you found?”

"Luckily, yes.”

  • a. which
  • b. that his
  • c. whose
  • d. that’s

Question 23: “Why do you get up at 4:00 a.m?”

“Because it’s the only time ___ without being interrupted.”

  • a. when I can work on my book
  • b. when I can work on my book at
  • c. when I can work on my book then
  • d. at when I can work on my book

Question 24: “You seem so happy today.”

“I am. You are looking at a person _____ has just been accepted into medical school.”

  • a. who
  • b. who she
  • c. whom she
  • d. whom

Question 25: The movie _____ last night was terrific.

  • a. I went
  • b. I went to it
  • c. I went to
  • d. that I went

Question 26: Crops are sprayed with chemicals to prevent ____ from insects.

  • a. damaging
  • b. damages
  • c. damage
  • d. damaged

Question 27: The building work was completed on time, contrary to _____.

  • a. expect
  • b. expecting
  • c. expectant
  • d. expectation

Question 28: The building was ____ damaged by fire.

  • a. extensive
  • b. extent
  • c. extension
  • d. extensively

Question 29: He felt as if an enormous weight had been ____ from his shoulders.

  • a. lift
  • b. lifted
  • c. lit
  • d. lighted

Question 30: These climate ____ occurred over less than a decade.

  • a. shift
  • b. shifting
  • c. shifts
  • d. shifters

Question 31: Serve the wine ____ room temperature.

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

Question 32: This plant grows well in ____ above 55°F.

  • a. tempera
  • b. temperate
  • c. temperature
  • d. temperatures

Question 33: Seals lie on the rocks ___ low tide.

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

Question 34: Can we trust you ___ John the message?

  • a. to give
  • b. giving
  • c. of giving
  • d. give

Question 35: The report warns ____ the dangers of smoking.

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

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

(Question 36) ___ sare storms with very strong turning winds and dark clouds. These winds are perhaps the strongest on earth. They reach speeds of 300 miles per hour. The dark clouds are (Question 37) ____ like a funnel-wide at the top and narrow at the bottom. The winds are strongest in the center of the funnel.

Tornadoes are especially common in the United States, but only in certain parts. They occur mainly in the (Question 38) ____ states.

A hot afternoon in the spring is the most likely time for a tornado. Clouds become dark. There is thunder, lightning, and rain. A cloud forms a (Question 39)____ and begins to twist. The funnel moves faster and faster. The faster the winds, the (Question 40)_____ the noise. Tornadoes always move in a northeastern direction. They never last longer than eight hours.

A tornado’s path is narrow, but within that narrow path, a tornado can destroy everything. It can smash buildings and rip up trees. Tornadoes can kill people (Question 41)____ well.

The worst tornado (Question 42) ___ through the states of Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana in 1925, (Question 43) ___ 689 people. Modern weather equipment now makes it possible to warn people (Question 44) ___ tornadoes. People have a much better chance of protecting themselves. But nothing can stop tornadoes from (Question 45)___ everything in their path.

Question 36:

  • a. Tornadoes
  • b. Hurricanes
  • c. Cyclones
  • d. Typhoons

Question 37:

  • a. shapes
  • b. shaping
  • c. shaped
  • d. shape

Question 38:

  • a. central
  • b. center
  • c. centered
  • d. centrist

Question 39:

  • a. funnel
  • b. tunnel
  • c. path
  • d. way

Question 40:

  • a. loud
  • b. louder
  • c. loudest
  • d. biggest

Question 41:

  • a. so
  • b. such
  • c. like
  • d. as

Question 42:

  • a. hit
  • b. swept
  • c. happened
  • d. occured

Question 43:

  • a. kill
  • b. kills
  • c. killed
  • d. killing

Question 44:

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

Question 45:

  • a. destroy
  • b. destroys
  • c. destroying
  • d. destruction

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

In AD 79, Mount Vesuvius erupted, sending out a huge cloud of dust and rock that darkened the sky. It came without warning, and the power of the explosion was so great that it was felt from hundreds miles away.

In the town of Pompeii, at the foot of the volcano, the inhabitants picked up whatever belongings they could carry and made for the open countryside. In the terrible storm that followed, dust and rock from the volcano rained down onto the town, filling the streets with deep layers of ash and poisonous gas, making it impossible for the people to get away. The town of Pompeii was completely destroyed by the rain of death, and lay lost to the world for centuries.

Excavation work did not begin until 1748, when Rocco Alcubierre found some wall paintings while he was digging at the site. In the years that followed, archaeologists realized that they had come across one of the most astonishing ruins of all time. Almost everything in Pompeii had been perfectly preserved. Several houses still had their roofs, and inside the furniture and the decorations were just as they had been centuries earlier. There were also the remains of over 2,000 people. Some of the victims had made the mistake of sheltering in their cellars, where they were killed by poisonous gases from the volcano. Others had been prevented from escaping, and in the prison were men who had been chained to the wall and left to die.

Question 46. Pompell was ____.

  • a. the name of a town at the foot of Mount Vesuvius
  • b. the name of the town mayor
  • c. the name of a city at the foot of Mount Vesuvius
  • d. the name of the country at the foot of Mount Vesuvius

Question 47. Mount Vesuvius erupted ____.

  • a. 79 years before the birth of Jesus Christ
  • b. 79 years after the birth of Jesus Christ
  • c. 2000 years ago
  • d. 79 centuries ago

Question 48. In the context of the passage, “made for” means ___.

  • a. to prepare for
  • b. to move in the direction of
  • c. to be suitable with
  • d. to be used in

Question 49. The word “Others” in the last paragraph refers to ____

  • a. the remains
  • b. cellars
  • c. the victims
  • d. poisonous gases

Question 50. Which of the following is not true?

  • a. Though the town was completely destroyed, there were 2,000 people remained.
  • b. The inhabitants didn’t have any chance of leaving the town.
  • c. After the year of 1748, archaeologists realized that the site was one of the most astonishing ruins of all time.
  • d. But for Rocco Alcubierre the excavation work wouldn’t have begun in 1748.
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