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NGÂN HÀNG CÂU HỎI ĐỀ KIỂM TRA 1 TIẾT TIẾNG ANH 12 LẦN 1 + LẦN 2

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Ngân hàng câu hỏi đề kiểm tra 1 tiết Tiếng Anh 12, Đề kiểm tra 1 tiết Tiếng Anh 12 lần 1, Đề kiểm tra 1 tiết Tiếng Anh 12 lần 2. Bộ câu hỏi ôn tập kiểm tra 1 tiết Tiếng Anh 12 lần 1, Bộ câu hỏi ôn tập kiểm tra 1 tiết Tiếng Anh 12 lần 2. NGÂN HÀNG CÂU HỎI ĐỀ KIỂM TRA 45 PHÚT LẦN MÔN TIẾNG ANH 12 Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 1: A played B planned C cooked D lived A dressed B dropped C matched D joined A missed B talked C watched D cleaned A stopped B arrived C washed D liked Question 2: A delays B begins C attracts D believes A works B fits C hours D helps A goals B members C days D snacks A needs B starts C boys D discounts Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions Question + 4: A intend B install C follow D decide A office B nature C result D farmer A answer B reply C singer D future A explain B involve C borrow D discuss A behave B relax C enter D allow A obtain B perform C affect D happen A modern B fitness C serious D today A teacher B explain C finish D friendly Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 5: Richard _ a bus to work since he had a car accident A takes B is taking C has taken D took About a month ago, I _ a brochure about your hotel A request B have requested C was requesting D requested Helen _ her driving test five time so far without success A takes B has taken C is taking D took I _ all of my homework last night A finish B will finish C have finished D finished Question 6: The teacher entered the room while the students _ their plan for the excursion A were discussing B discuss C are discussing D discussed The children _ their kites in the field when it started to rain heavily A are flying B would fly C were flying D will fly The petrol warning light _ for half an hour before we reached a petrol station A had flashed B is going to flash C flashed D flashes After she to me for the fifth time, I didn’t believe another word she said, and put an end to our friendship A had lied B has been lying C was lying D is lying Question 7: Tom asked Marry _ the meeting A why she doesn’t attend C she hadn’t attended why B why hadn’t she attended D why she hadn’t attended The man asked his wife _ that night A what she wants to eat C what did she want to eat B what she wanted to eat D she wanted to eat what Our teacher asked us _ the answer to the last question A whether anyone knows C whether did anyone know B whether anyone is knowing D whether anyone knew The boy asked the girl _ A where she came from C where you come from B she came from where D where did she come from Question 8: Could you _ me a hand with the washing-up, Kent? A join B shake C give D hold It is parents' duty and responsibility to _ hands to take care of their children and give them a happy home A shake B hold C join D take Doctors are supposed to _ responsibility for human life A B take C rush D join Mai is my closest friend We are always willing to _ feelings with each other A tear B cut C share D shake Question 9: It's _ in America to eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day A tradition B traditionally C traditional D traditionalism Today, young people are more concerned about physical _ when choosing their spouses A attractive B attraction C attracted D attractiveness Many minority groups are struggling to maintain their _ identity A culturally B cultural C culture D culturalist Many people believe that those above 18 should find a job and end their _ on their parents A dependence B depend C dependent D independent Question 10: It was so noisy outside that she couldn't concentrate _ her work A with B on C at D in I didn't object to what she said, but I strongly disapproved _ her manner of saying it A in B on C at D of You should pay more attention _ what your teacher explains A to B for C at D in Career Officers lose contact _ young people when they have left school A behind B away C with D after Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 11: A: “I think listening to music while listening is good.” – B: “ _.” A Sorry, but I disagree with you C No It’s very exciting B Yes, I don’t believe in you D Don’t worry Silas: "Do you think our country can host the Olympic Games some day in the future?" Salah: " _ We can't afford such a big event." A You can say that again C I can't agree with you more B Yes, you're right D No, I don't think so Nancy: "I think school days are the best time of our lives." - James: " _ We had sweet memories together then." A I'm afraid so B Absolutely C That's nonsense D I doubt it Ted: "Swimming should be made part of the school curriculum." - Kate: " _ It is an essential life skill." A Oh, that's a problem C I can't agree with you more B Not at all D You can make it Question 12: Phil: "You're great dancer, Huong I wish I could half as well as you." - Huong: “ _” A Thanks, Phil That's a nice compliment! C I also think so! B My mother also told me that D Never mind Laura: "What a lovely house you have!" - Maria: “ _” A Of course not, it's not costly C Thank you Hope you will drop in B I think so D No problem Lora: "Your new blouse looks gorgeous, Helen!" - Helen: “ _” A Thanks, I bought it at Macy's C It's up to you B I'd rather not D You can say that again Mary: “That’s a very nice skirt you’re wearing.” - Julia: “ _” A That’ s nice C That’s all right B I like it D Thanks Glad you like it Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 13 + 14: I didn’t think his comments were very appropriate at the time A correct B right C suitable D exact This is the instance where big, obvious non-verbal signals are appropriate A matter B attention C place D situation In my family, my mother always does the cooking and shopping; my father has responsibility for mending things, especially electrical devices A curing B repairing C damaging D impairing Setting and clearing the table, making bed and taking out the trash are suitable chores for 8to 10-years-old children A unacceptable B appropriate C unreasonable D improper By working for an international organization, he takes opportunities to have a worldwide network of friends and interact with a variety of people A relate to B communicate with C dedicate with D roommate with Young people are now getting more and more concerned about the environmental problems A worried B nervous C hopeless D uneasy In Western countries, it is rude to ask someone about their marriage, income, or age A obedient B impolite C generous D thoughtful She got up late and rushed to the bus stop A came into B went leisurely C went quickly D dropped by Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 15: Last week Mark told me that (A) he got very bored (B) with his present job (C) and is looking for (D) a new one I finished (A) school last year (B), and I am working (C) here for only (D) eight months I returned (A) home (B) after I was being (C) away from home for (D) two years 4 The students have heard (A) rumors about (B) their teacher’s (C) engagement since (D) a week Question 16: I warned them didn’t watch (A) late-night horror movies (B), but (C) they didn’t listen (D) to me The zookeeper wanted us don’t put (A) our hands near (B) the bar because (C) it was dangerous (D) Marry asked me to not turn (A) on the (B) radio because (C) she had (D) a headache He invited me have (A) lunch with him (B) in two days’ (C) time but (D) I refused Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 17 to 20 My aunt is one of those people who can talk to anyone about anything If she goes to a party where she doesn’t know any of the people, she just walks up to the first person that she sees and introduces herself And yet she doesn’t seem to talk about deeply important things like politics or religion She always starts off on something very obvious like the other person’s job Very soon she’s talking as if she’s known the other person for years I asked her once what her secret was She said that the most important thing in a conversation was listening People love to talk about themselves, so if you allow them to so, it’s very easy to keep a conversation going You have to listen very carefully and ask questions And you have to look interested, too So, don’t keep looking at other things in the room while you’re talking to someone Another thing that I’ve noticed is that she only pays people compliments She says: “I like your hair Which hairdresser you go to?” or “You look very well Have you been on holiday?” Friendly messages like this seem to provide an easy way into a conversation Question 17: At parties where she does not know anybody, my aunt normally _ A feels embarrassed and stays away from people B asks people to introduces themselves to her C comes over to the first person and introduces herself D sits alone and avoids talking to other people Question 18: According to the passage, my aunt often starts a conversation by talking about _ A the other person's wealth C the other person's health B the other person's daily activities D the other person's job Question 19: According to my aunt, the most important thing in a conversation was _ A speaking B discussing C looking D listening Question 20: What should you NOT when you have a conversation with someone? A Looking at other things in the room C Looking very interested in his or her story B Paying him or her compliments D Listening very carefully and asking questions BODY LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCES The body language people use often communicates more about their feelings than the words they are saying We use body movements, hand gestures, facial expressions, and changes in our voice to communicate with each other Although some body language is universal, many gestures are culturally specific and may mean different things in different countries If you want to give someone the nod in Bulgaria, you have to nod your head to say no and shake it to say yes – the exact opposite of what we do! In Belgium, pointing with your index finger or snapping your fingers at someone is very rude In France, you shouldn’t rest your feet on tables or chairs Speaking to someone with your hands in your pockets will only make matters worse In the Middle East, you should never show the soles of your feet or shoes to others as it will be seen as a grave insult When eating, only use your right hand because they use their left hands when going to the bathroom In Bangladesh, the ‘thumbs-up’ is a rude sign In Myanmar, people greet each other by clapping, and in India, whistling in public is considered rude In Japan, you should not blow your nose in public, but you can burp at the end of a meal to show that you have enjoyed it The ‘OK’ sign (thumb and index finger forming a circle) means ‘everything is good’ in the West, but in China it means nothing or zero In Japan, it means money, and in the Middle East, it is a rude gesture Question 17: It is mentioned in the passage that many gestures _ A may mean different things in different countries B are not used to communicate our feelings C can be used to greet each other in public D are used in greeting among men and women Question 18: People nod their head to say no in _ A Belgium B Bulgaria C France D Japan Question 19: In the Middle East, people not use their left hands for eating because they use their left hands _ A when going to the bathroom C when preparing the meal B to put in their pockets D to clean their tables and chairs Question 20: Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A In France, people shouldn’t rest their feet on tables B In Belgium, snapping your fingers at someone is very rude C In China, the ‘OK’ sign means money D In Myanmar, people greet each other by clapping Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 21 to 24 PARENTS’ DREAMS Parents often have dreams for their children’s future They hope their children will have a better life than they had They dream that their children will things that they couldn’t Parents who come to the U.S from foreign countries hope their children will have better education here They think their children will have more career choices and more successful lives They make many sacrifices so that their children will have more opportunities They think their children will remain close to them because of this Some children understand and appreciate these sacrifices and remain close to their parents However, other children feel ashamed that their parents are so different from other Americans Question 21: Parents often dream of _ A their children’s making a lot of money in the future B one day seeing their children become famous people C one day living on their children’s money D a bright future for their children Question 22: Parents who come home from U.S from foreign countries hope that _ A their children will have a lot of careers B their children become successful directors C their children will have more opportunities for good education D their children will make a lot of sacrifices Question 23: Parents think their children will remain close to them because _ A they give their children a lot of money B of the sacrifices C they know their children will be successful in the future D they are living in a foreign country Question 24: The word “close” in line is closest in meaning to _ A dear B friendly C helpful D kind If you are invited to an American friend’s home for dinner, remember these general rules for polite behavior First of all, arrive approximately on time but not early Americans expect promptness It will be all right to be 10 or 15 minutes late, but not 45 minutes late When you are invited to someone’s home for meal, it is polite to bring a small gift Flowers and candy are always appropriate If you have something attractive made in your country, your host or hostess will certainly enjoy receiving that gift What will you if you are served some food that you cannot eat or you not like? Do not make a fuss about it Simply eat what you can and hope that no one notices it Be sure to compliment the cook on the food that you are enjoying Do not leave immediately after dinner, but not overstay your welcome, either The next day, call or write a thank-you note to say how much you enjoyed the evening Question 21: If you are invited to an American friend’s home, _ A punctuality is appreciated C you should go late a bit B politeness is not necessary D you should be late at least 45 minutes Question 22: When you come to someone’s house for dinner, _ A not care about gifts B bring a lot of gifts C bring some flowers, candy, or something made in your native country D you should never offer any gift Question 23: If there is some food that you cannot eat _ A make a fuss about it C ask the host to cook you another dish B not make a fuss about it D not eat anything Question 24: Which sentence is NOT true? A You should not compliment the cook on the food B You should not overstay C You should not make someone notice that you not like the food D You should not leave immediately after the dinner Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 25 to 28 Clothing habits are a matter of personal preference in the United States Most people are free to wear whatever they want Business people in large urban areas are (25) _ to were suits or dresses, while clothing in rural areas are less formal Most Americans tend to dress casually when not in formal or business situations When eating, most Americans hold a fork in the hand with (26) _ they write Americans eat away from home often, and usually they pay (27) _ their own meals when dining with friends When Americans greet one another, they often exchange a form handshake They may greet strangers on the street by say “Hello” or “Good morning” Friends often greet each other with “How are you?” and respond “Fine, thanks” Americans not really expect any other answers to the question “How are you?” (28) _ it is a way of saying hello Except in formal situations, people address each other by their given names once they are acquainted 25: A like B alike C likely D liking 26: A which B that C whom D what 27: A in B for C to D at 28: A although B due to C despite D because Throughout history people have always communicated (25) _ one another, not only by speech but also by movements of the hands and body It is, however, only in the last few years that these aspects of communication have been studied at all widely This type of communication is known as body language or (26) _ communication People sometimes wonder if you can learn how body language works It is of course possible to read books on the subject but you also need to without time observing people’s movements A railway station is a particular good place for such observation (27) _here people can be seen openly expressing eagerness, sorrow, delight, impatience and many other human emotions by means of movement If you turn down the sound on your television set and try to understand (28) _ is happening simply by watching the picture you will learn even more about communication spend words By turning the sound back up every five minutes or so, it is possible to check how accurate your understanding is 25: A with B to C at D in 26: A oral B verbal C non-verbal D spoken 27: A although B in spite of C because of D because 28: A when B what C where D whom WRITING: Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before it Question 1: The last time I came to Ha Long was two years ago  I haven’t We last met each other three weeks ago  We haven’t It’s five months since the last time I wrote to her  I haven’t It’s ages since I last went to the movie  I haven’t Key: I haven’t come to Ha Long for two years We haven’t met each other for three weeks I haven’t written to her for five months I haven’t gone to the movie for ages Question 2: I have never eaten sushi before  This is the first time She has never met this guy before  This is the first time I have never visited this town before  This is the first time He has never sent me a letter before  This is the first time Key: This is the first time I have ever eaten sushi This is the first time she has ever met this guy This is the first time I have ever visited this town This is the first time he has ever sent me a letter Question 3: “If I were you, I would go by taxi, Richard.” She said  She advised “Would you like to have a drink after school, James?” He said  He invited My mother said to me “Remember to make an appointment with the dentist.”  My mother reminded Prof Roth said to his students: “Don’t look directly at the sun during a solar eclipse.”  Prof Roth warned Key: She advised Richard to go by taxi He invited James to have a drink after school My mother reminded me to make an appointment with the dentist Pro Roth warned his students not to look directly at the sun during a solar eclipse Question 4: “Yes, it was me I stole the money”, Bill said  Bill admitted “No, I didn’t hit the old lady.” Peter said  Peter denied Jill said: “Why not go to the sauna after work?”  Jill suggested “You cheated on the exam.” David said to Henry  David accused Key: Bill admitted stealing the money Peter denied hitting the old lady Jill suggested going to the sauna after work David accused Henry of cheating on the exam Combine each pairs of the following sentences, beginning as shown Question 5: Peter went out with his friends But first, he did all the housework  Before They had a good meal After that, they went to dance  Before I read the book carefully After that I started writing the assignment  Before James turned off all the lights And then she went home  Before Key: Before Peter went out, he had done all the housework Before they went to dance, they had had a good meal Before I started writing the assignment, I had read the book carefully Before she went home, she had turned off all the lights Question 6: Mike became a father He felt a strong sense of responsibility towards his parents  Only after She recovered from a severe illness She realized the importance of good health  Only after The bus ran for a few miles Jane realized she was on the wrong route  Only after He left the job as a computer programmer He realized how much he loved it  Only after Key: Only after Mike had become a father did he feel a strong sense of responsibility towards his parents Only after she had recovered from a severe illness did she realize the importance of good health Only after the bus had run for a few miles did Jane realize she was on the wrong route 4 Only after he had left the job as a computer programmer did he realized how much he loved it NGÂN HÀNG CÂU HỎI ĐỀ KIỂM TRA 45 PHÚT LẦN MÔN TIẾNG ANH 12 Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 1: A arrived B believed C received D hoped A opened B knocked C played D occurred A rubbed B tugged C stopped D filled A dimmed B travelled C passed D stirred A tipped B begged C quarreled D carried Question 2: A thought B tough C ought D bought A mouse B could C would D should A bought B nought C plough D thought A course B court C courage D four Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 3: A birthday B cowboy C enjoy D pleasure A disease B humour C cancer D treatment A money B machine C many D mother A borrow B agree C await D prepare A paper B tonight C lecture D story Question 4: A confidence B supportive C solution D obedient A whenever B mischievous C hospital D separate A introduce B delegate C marvelous D currency A generous B suspicious C constancy D sympathy A electric B computer C fascinate D fantastic Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 5: If you _, I would have brought my friends over to your house this evening to watch T.V A have studied B studied C didn’t study D hadn’t been studying I would have visited you before if there _ quite a lot of people in your house A will be B hadn't been C wouldn't be D wasn't John would be taking a great risk if he _ his money in that business A would invest B invested C had invested D invests If the wall weren't so high, he _ it up to take his ball down A climbed B would climb C is climbing D climb If I _ the bus this afternoon, I will get a taxi instead A miss B will miss C missed D had missed If he _ me, I will be ready to help him A ask B will ask C asks D to ask Question 6: Peter and Tom _ in an accident yesterday A is hurt B is hurting C were hurt D were hurting The room _ every day by Tommy A cleans B is cleaned C was cleaned D cleaned That book _by a famous author A wrote B was written C is writing D has written A few days ago, Tom’s car by one of the teenagers in his neighborhood A was stealing B has stole C has been stolen D was stolen Gold _ in California in the 19th century A was discovered C has been discovered B was discover D they discovered Question 7: We stood on the bridge _ the two halves of the city A connects B connected C connecting D to connect Hamlet, _ by Shakespeare sometime in the early 1600s, is among the classics A was written B written C writing D to be written Tom is the most handsome boy _ to this school A to come B coming C come D comes The man _ in front of him had a very large head, so Ethan couldn’t see the board A sat B to sit C to be sat D sitting The novels _ before 1900 are very different in style A to be written B to write C written D was written Question 8: As an _, Mr Pike is very worried about the increasing of juvenile delinquency A educate B education C educator D educative These teachers are working hard to find out certain _ methods to teach their disabled children A effect B effective C effectiveness D effectively Gates open at a.m every day and _ is free A admit B admissive C admitted D admission Lan is not a very _ person He tends to depend on others for opinions A decisive B deciding C decision D decided All the _ for the positions are required to have C level in English A applications B apply C applicable D applicants I am so _ that I cannot say anything, but keep silent A nerve B nervous C nervously D nervousness Question 9: It is of great importance to create a good impression _ your interviewer A on B about C for D at Good preparations _ your job interview is a must A with B upon C in D for You are old enough I think it is high time you applied _ a job A in B of C for D upon Many parents not let their children make a decision _ their future career A in B about C on D out Mathematics, a required subject in all schools, is divided _ many branches A in B into C of D about In England schooling is compulsory _ all children from the age of to 16 A with B for C to D over Question 10: He was so ill that he could not _ his final examination and cancelled it to the next year A make B C take D gain In Vietnamese schools, English, mathematics, and literature are three _ subjects, which are compulsory in many important national examinations A core B part C center D middle He had been expected to cope well with examinations and _ good results A achieve B consider C last D object He has not been offered the job because he cannot meet the _ of the company A requirements B applicants C information D education Can you please tell me some information that _ to the job? A indicates B expresses C interests D relates Many people will be out of _ if the factory is closed A work B career C profession D job Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 11: Laura: "What a lovely house you have!" - Maria: “ _” A Of course not, it's not costly C Thank you Hope you will drop in B I think so D No problem Sarah: “You look so beautiful in your ao dai!” – Thuy Lam: “ _.” A Yes, that’s lovely C It’s a pleasure to help you B Thank you for saying so D Of course Ruth: “You dance so beautifully, Dung!” – Dung: “ _” A Yes I dance very well C You are so clumsy B I don’t think so D Thanks, Ruth That’s a nice complement James: “You look great in this dress.” – Lily: “ _.” A Thanks It’s a gift from my mom C With pleasure B Don’t say anything about it D You are welcome Question 12: Peter: “Good bye Lam Catch you later.” – Lam: “ _.” A See you later B I’m well Thanks C It doesn’t matter D Same to you Jack: “How have you been lately?” – Liam: “ _.” A It’s too late now B By bus, I think C Very well Thanks D No, I will not busy John: “How are things at school, Tom?” – Tom: “ .” A Well, I can’t agree with you moreC I was not good at it B Oh, pretty good D It’s my pleasure Tim: “How’s life?” – Mary: “ _.” A I’m sure about that C Please to meet you B I hope so D Not too bad, but very busy Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 13 + 14: In Scotland, students transfer from primary to secondary education at approximately age 12 A compound B base C change D move School uniform is compulsory in most of Vietnamese schools A depended B required C divided D paid It’s frightening to hear a strange sound in the middle of the night A scary B awful C hair-raising D relaxing It is not common for students to get good results in intellectually challenging subjects like psychology or sociology A difficult B impossible C simple D interesting When being interviewed, you should concentrate on what the interviewer is saying or asking you A be related to B be interested in C pay attention to D express interest to The last week of classes is always hectic because students are taking examinations, making applications to the University, and extending their visas A very interesting B very stressful C very quiet D very busy It was very difficult to make out what he was saying about the noise of the traffic A understand B think C believe D notice My little boy Tom never screams though he is scared A in pain B frightened C embarrassed D confused Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 15: It is important (A) that the instructions should follow (B) stricly (C) when we use (D) the machine The (A) wine should open (B) at least 30 minutes (C) before we drink (D) it The result (A) of that test must be (B) inform (C) before (D) August It is advisable that (A) students who (B) are not good at math should not require (C) to take advanced math (D) in high school Question 16: The (A) woman at that (B) I am looking (C) is sitting near (D) the ocean The plan about that (A) he is (B) thinking will (C) take a lot of (D) work I have never (A) met the (B) woman about that (C) he is thinking (D) The person with that (A) he is negotiating is (B) the (C) Chairman of a large (D) company Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 17 to 20 The American education system requires that students complete 12 years of primary and secondary education prior to attending university or college This may be accomplished either at public or government-operated schools, or at private schools These 12 years of schooling or their equivalent may also be completed outside the USA, thus giving foreign students the opportunity to pursue the benefits of the American education system and obtain a quality American education Perhaps one of the most impressive facts is that a large number of presidents, prime ministers and leaders from other countries have experienced the American education system and graduated from a university or school in the USA In many fields and industries, the American education system offers the most cutting-edge, sought-after programs at the world's best schools That is why graduating from an accredited American school and being exposed to the rigors of the American education system is an investment in your future Whether you want to study at a top USA university, a top USA college, a vocational or high school, a thorough understanding of how the American education system works is essential Without a clear grasp of the American education system, an international student will find it difficult to make the right academic choices It is no surprise that the American education system and the American school system host more international students than any other country in the world! 17 The expression government-operated could best be replaced by _ A independent B state C vocational D boarding 18 According to the text, students in the USA _ A are made to take primary and secondary education in the country B are not necessarily take primary and secondary education in the country C spend less than 12 years for primary and secondary education D needn't take primary and secondary education 19 According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE? A The US education is not good enough for foreign students B Foreign students are not offered opportunities in the US C There are not many foreign students in the US D Many leaders all over the world have studied in the US 20 What is the writer's advice? A International students should not invest their future education in the US B International students should not study at a top USA university, a top USA college, a vocational or high school C Without a clear grasp of the American education system, an international student can make the right academic choices D International students should have a thorough understanding of how the American education system works before going there to study Higher education, also called tertiary, third stage or post-secondary education, is the noncompulsory educational level following the completion of a school providing a secondary education, such as a high school, secondary school Tertiary education is normally taken to include undergraduate and postgraduate education, as well as vocational education and training Colleges and universities are the main institutions that provide tertiary institutions Tertiary education generally results in the receipt of certificates, diplomas, or academic degrees Higher education includes teaching, research and social services activities of universities, and within the realm of teaching, it includes both the undergraduate level and the graduate level Higher education in that country generally involves work towards a degree-level or foundation degree qualification It is therefore very important to national economies, both as a significant industry in its own right, and as a source of trained and educated personnel for the rest of the economy 17 What is ‘tertiary education’? A Primary education C Higher education B Secondary education D Children education 18 Where can we find tertiary education? A Colleges and high schools C Universities and institutes B High schools and universities C Colleges and universities 19 How many kinds does higher education have? A One B Two C Three D Four 20 _is important to national economies A Qualification B Foundation C Schooling D Higher education Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 21 to 24 University Entrance Examination is very important to Vietnamese students High school graduates have to take it and get high results to be admitted to universities The pressure on the candidates remains very high despite the measures that have been taken to reduce the heat around these exams, since securing a place in a state university is considered a major step towards a successful career for young people, especially those from rural areas or disadvantaged families In the year 2004, it was estimated that nearly million Vietnamese students took the University Entrance Examination, but on average only out of candidates succeeded Normally, candidates take exam subjects, and each lasts 180 minutes for the fixed group of subjects they choose There are fixed groups of subjects: Group A: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry; Group B: Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology; Group C: Literature, History, and Geography; Group D: Literature, Foreign Language, and Mathematics In addition to universities, there are community colleges, art and technology institutes, professional secondary schools, and vocational schools which offer degrees or certificates from a-few- month to 2-year courses According to Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training, there are currently 23 non-public universities, accounting for 11% of the total number of universities These non-public universities are currently training 119,464 students or 11.7% of the total number of students The government is planning to increase the number of non-public universities to 30% by 2007 21 University Entrance Examination in Vietnam is very _ A interesting B stressful C free D easy 22 The word those refers to _ A exam subjects B young people C universities D examinations 23 Which sentence refers to the University Entrance Examination in Vietnam? A Students find it easy to get success in the University Entrance Examination B Maths is compulsory in the University Entrance Examination C Students are not allowed to choose their exam subjects D There are four fixed groups of exam subjects for students to choose 24 According to the passage, _ A the Vietnamese government will close all non-public universities by next year B the Vietnamese government does not appreciate non-public universities C the Vietnamese government encourages the establishment of non-public universities D Vietnamese students have no alternative to continue their higher study besides universities These following tips may help you make a good impression on your job interviewer during the interview: Before entering enquire by saying, "May I come in sir/madam?" If the door was closed before you entered, make sure you shut the door behind you softly Look at the interviewer and confidently say 'Good day sir/madam' If the interviewer wants to shake hands, then offer a firm grip first maintaining eye contact and a smile Seek permission to sit down If the interviewer is standing, wait for them to sit down first before you take your seat An alert interviewee would diffuse the tense situation with light-hearted humor and immediately set rapport with the interviewer The interviewer normally pays more attention if you display an enthusiasm in whatever you say This enthusiasm comes across in the energetic way you put forward your ideas You should maintain a cheerful disposition throughout the interview A little humor or wit thrown in the discussion occasionally enables the interviewer to look at the pleasant side of your personality You must maintain eye contact with the interviewer This shows your self-confidence and honesty Many interviewees while answering questions, tend to look away This conveys you are concealing your own anxiety, fear and lack of confidence Maintaining an eye contact is a difficult process As the circumstances in an interview are different, the value of eye contact is tremendous in making a personal impact Interviewers appreciate a natural persoJ1.rather than an actor It is best for you to talk in natural manner because then you appear genuine 21 According to the writer, _ A shaking hands is a must in a job interview B you should slam the door after entering the room C you needn't ask for a permission to enter the room D eye contact is necessary in a job interview 22 The writer advises that _ A permission to sit down is unnecessary B you should not take your seat before the interview sits down C you should shake the interview's hand as firmly as possible D you should conceal your enthusiasm 23 Which is NOT advised in a job interview? A a lack of confident C honesty B a sense of humor D a cheerful disposition 24 During your job interview, you should communicate _ with the interview A naturally B dramatically C anxiously D dishonestly Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 25 to 28 What sort of job should you look for? Much depends (25) _ your long-term aim You need to ask yourself (26) _ you want to specialize in a particular field, work your way up to higher levels of responsibility or out of your current employment into a broader field This job will be studied very carefully when you send your (27) _ of application for your next job It should show evidence of serious career planning Most important, it should extend you, develop you and give you increasing responsibility Incidentally, if the travel bug is biting, now is the time to pack up and go You can (28) _ work for a while; when you return, pick up where you have left off and get the second job 25 A in B on C at D to 26 A what B which C whether D when 27 A letter B paper C certificate D degree 28 A forever B permanent C temporary D stable Parents send their children to school to prepare (25) _ the time when they grow up Children learn their native language (26) _ they will be able to communicate fluently with other people around them Moreover, they can preserve the valuable culture and literature of their country They learn foreign languages in order to benefit from other countries’ heritage The more foreign languages they learn, the more benefits they get Children also learn mathematics to calculate, geography to know about nature, and history to know about human beings and historical (27) _ Nearly everything they study at school has some (28) _ uses in their life 25 A for B to C at D about 26 A though B because C so that D whereas 27 A issues B problems C situations D events 28 A able B practical C possible D capable WRITING: Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before it Question 1: If you don’t study, you will fail the test  Unless If they don’t arrive on time, they will be punished  Unless If we don’t save water, future generations won’t have enough clean water to use  Unless If you don’t give me money, I will kill you  Unless Key Unless you study … Unless you arrive … Unless we save … Unless you give … Question 2: People say that he worked in the military  He They think that he killed his wife  He People say that she studied at Harvard University  She They think that she played the piano very well  She Key: He is said to have worked … He is thought to have killed … She is said to have studied … She is thought to have played … Question 3: I had the electrician fix my broken light  I had my I had an old woman clean the cupboard  I had the She had a builder repair the roof of her house  She had the She had her children cook the dinner  She had the Key I had my broken light fixed by the electrician I had the cupboard cleaned by an old woman She had the roof of the house repaired by a builder She had the dinner cooked by her children Question 4: If you went to bed earlier you wouldn't be so tired  Were If I knew where she lived, I would go and see her  Were We might buy a larger house if we had more money  Were If I found her address, I would send her an invitation  Were Key Were you to go to bed … Were I to know where … Were we to have more money … Were I to find her … Combine each pairs of the following sentences, beginning as shown Question 5: I didn’t work hard That’s why I failed the exam  If I lied to her before That’s why she didn’t believe me  If I didn’t phone her That’s why she was angry with me  If He didn’t study the lesson That’s why his teacher punished him  If Key If I had worked hard, I wouldn’t have failed… If I hadn’t lied to her, she would have believed me If I had phoned her, she wouldn’t have been angry with me If he had studied the lesson, his teacher wouldn’t have punished him Question 6: Mr Richard lives on the corner He is a taxi driver  Mr Richard, The woman was young She gave him money  The woman The bag was yellow It contained a lot of money  The bag The people were frightened They were in the bank  The people Key Mr Richard, who is a taxi driver, lives on the corner The woman who gave him money was young The bag which contained a lot of money was yellow The people who were in the bank were frightened ... the job as a computer programmer did he realized how much he loved it NGÂN HÀNG CÂU HỎI ĐỀ KIỂM TRA 45 PHÚT LẦN MÔN TIẾNG ANH 12 Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the... currently training 11 9,464 students or 11 .7% of the total number of students The government is planning to increase the number of non-public universities to 30% by 20 07 21 University Entrance Examination... Day A tradition B traditionally C traditional D traditionalism Today, young people are more concerned about physical _ when choosing their spouses A attractive B attraction C attracted D attractiveness
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