Bài kiểm tra môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 12 - Số 3 - Thạnh Hóa High School

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CLASS: 	No 3
NAME: 	Date:
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.
A. cheap
A. lose
A. sign
B. chair
B. prove
B. light
C. chemist
C. movie
C. might
D. child
D. women
D. lift
A. sunrise
B. business
C. summer
D. shut
A. cover
B. golden
C. chosen
D. grove
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
6: They have to do better than that	the gold medal.
A. to win	B. winning	C. so that to win	D. in order win
7: Lucy answered the questions	than Sarah.
A. most intelligent	B. intelligent	C. more intelligent	D. more intelligently
8: If gravity, the pull of the earth, is zero, everything 	.
A. would be floating	B. would float	C. floated	D. will float
9: I took the damaged watch to my watch maker	knows how to repair all sorts of things.
A. which	B. whose	C. where	D. who
10: He will take us to the town	we can see old temples.
A. when	B. where	C. which	D. whom
11: She speaks Chinese as	as I do.
A. very good	B. well	C. good	D. better
12: My parents first	each other at the Olympic Games in 1982.
A. meet	B. met	C. had meet	D. have met
13: These days everybody is aware	the danger of smoking.
A. at	B. to	C. for	D. of
14: I did not use	under so much pressure but now I have got used to it.
A. to work	B. to working	C. working	D. to be worked
15: The children enjoy	football after school.
A. playing	B. to play	C. play	D. played
16: It is wrongly believed that natural resources will never be 	.
A. used out	B. used off	C. used up	D. used away
17: They were surprised	the news.
A. about	B. for	C. at	D. on
18: I can	understand what he says.
A. easier	B. ease	C. easily	D. easy
19: For the past two years I	a lot of things.
A. did	B. have done	C. doing	D. do
20: The weather this summer is 	.
A. disappointing	B. disappointed	C. disappointment	D. disappointedly
22: The Beijing Olympic Games will be	in 2008.
A. taken	B. met	C. happened	D. held
23: Hung: “Thank you very much for a lovely party.” Hoa:	“ 	. ”
A. Cheers	B. Have a good day	C. Thanks	D. You are welcome
24: He is a very	driver. He rarely causes accidents.
A. bad	B. careless	C. careful	D. carefully
25: When I came to visit her last night, she	a bath.
A. is having	B. has	C. was having	D. had
26: If you work hard, you will eventually 	.
A. succeed	B. successful	C. successfully	D. success
27: Jim is five centimeters	than Tom.
A. higher	B. taller	C. tallest	D. tall
28: The coat is	for me to wear.
A. very much	B. too much	C. too large	D. so much
29: Smoking is a great	to our health.
A. harm	B. harmness	C. harmless	D. harmful
30: She has worked as a secretary	she graduated from college.
A. since	B. before	C. while	D. until
31: I knew they were talking about me	they stopped when I entered the room.
A. despite	B. so that	C. because	D. therefore
32: He had no	of selling the clock - it had belonged to his grandfather.
A. intention	B. meaning	C. intend	D. interest
33: Glass is usually	sand.
A. made of	B. made from	C. made by	D. made with
34: The weather was terrible. I wish it	warmer.
A. has been	B. had been	C. were	D. was
35: His pronunciation causes me a lot of 	.
A. difficult	B. difficulty	C. difficulties	D. difficultly
36: Up to now, I	a lot of information about her.
A. will learn	B. would learn	C. have learnt	D. learnt
37: The sick man still finds it	to stand without support.
A. uncomfortable	B. discomfort	C. comfortable	D. comforting
38: Dien Bien Phu is the place	our army won a resounding victory in 1954.
A. where	B. what	C. that	D. which
39: I regret	you that your application has been denied.
A. to inform	B. to have informed	C. informing	D. inform
40: The old man is said	all his money to an old people's home when he died.
A. to leaving	B. to have left	C. have left	D. to leave
41: Jack insisted that he didn’t need any help,	I helped him anyway.
A. however	B. besides	C. but	D. so
42: How	is your father?
A. height	B. high	C. tall	D. age
43: Wait here until I	you.
A. am calling	B. am going to call	C. call	D. will call
44: Don't waste time	that broken vase.
A. for mending	B. to mend	C. mend	D. mending
45: She failed the test,	she studied hard.
A. as	B. in spite of	C. despite	D. although
46: If I had time, I	to the beach with you this weekend.
A. will have gone	B. would go	C. will go	D. would have gone
47: My uncle	you met yesterday is a lawyer.
A. what	B. whose	C. which	D. whom
48: The students in this class were made	very hard.
A. learn	B. learning	C. to learn	D. having learnt
49: They worked hard	they could pass the final examination.
A. because	B. in case	C. so that	D. since
50: Neither you nor I	responsible for the bad result.
A. am	B. be	C. is	D. are
51: AIDS is a(n) 	disease.
A. dangerous	B. endangered	C. endanger	D. danger
52: Whether we go out will depend________ the weather.
A. in	B. on	C. with	D. about
53: He is learning English	he can study in England.
A. so as	B. so that	C. so as to	D. in order to
54: The following day she felt	well to go to work.
A. suffice	B. sufficiency	C. sufficient	D. sufficiently
55: He has really worked hard so far,	he?
A. hasn't	B. doesn't	C. does	D. has
56: English	in many parts of the world.
A. speaks	B. was spoken	C. is speaking	D. is spoken
57: I don't believe a word she says, I think she 	.
A. is lying	B. is laying	C. lied	D. is telling lie
58: London is	of England.
A. a capital	B. the capital	C. capital	D. one capital
59: Their	has lasted for more than 20 years.
A. friendly	B. friends	C. friendship	D. friend
60: You will have to work hard if you want to 	.
A. success	B. successfully	C. succeed	D. successful
61: The man 	we met yesterday was the manager of a bicycle factory.
A. whose	B. when	C. which	D. who
62: I asked her	she understood the lesson.
A. if	B. if only	C. even if	D. if not
63:	he comes in half an hour, we shall go alone.
A. If	B. Because	C. When	D. Unless
64: If I had time, I	to the beach with you this weekend.
A. will go	B. would go	C. would have gone	D. will have gone
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to complete each of the following questions.
65: The children	to the zoo.
A. enjoyed being taken	B. enjoyed taking
C. were enjoyed taking	D. were enjoyed taken
66: Some planets are so small that	with naked eyes.
A. it is impossible seeing them	B. they are possible to seeing
C. it is possible to see them	D. they are impossible to be seen
67:	if you take a map.
A. You'll get lost	B. You would get lost
C. You won't get lost	D. You would have got lost
68: We would save thousands of lives if 	the remedy for the flu.
A. we found	B. we had not found out
C. we find out	D. we will find
69: It is seven years since we 	.
A. talked to last Daisy	B. last talked to Daisy
C. last talked Daisy	D. have talked to Daisy
70: I won't accept unless 	.
A. Tom to apologize	B. Tom is apologizing
C. when Tom apologizes	D. Tom apologizes
71: We lived in that_____________ on the corner.
A. small old brick house	B. old house brick small
C. house brick small old	D. brick small old house
72: If I had enough money, _____________.
A. I will buy that house	B. I could buy that house
C. I am buy that house	D. I can buy that house
73: Dr. Sales is the person _____________.
A. whom I don't have much confidence in him B. I don't have much confidence
C. in that I don't have much confidence	D. in whom I don't have much confidence
74: _____________ that no one would ask for tips.
A. The tourists found it strange	B. The tourists found strange
C. It found strange tourists	D. The tourist were strange to find
75: Fast food restaurants have become popular because many working people want 	.
A. to eat quickly and cheaply	B. eating quickly and cheaply
C. eat quickly and cheaply	D. to eating quickly and cheaply
76: Her car has broken down.	is to walk to the nearest telephone.
A. The thing which she's doing now	B. That she can do now
C. All she can do now	D. Whatever she does
77: He took his seat quietly _____________.
in order for him not to disturb their conversation
so as to disturb their conversation
in order not disturb their conversation
so as not to disturb their conversation
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
78: Jill drives more carefully than Rose.
A. Jill is a more carefully driver than Rose.	
B. Rose drives carelessly than Jill.
C. Rose drives less careful than Jill.	
D. Jill is a more careful driver than Rose.
79: People protesting against pollution are marching to London.
People who protest against pollution are marching to London.
People protest against pollution are marching to London.
People who protests against pollution are marching to London.
People who protesting against pollution are marching to London.
80: We didn't go on holiday last year because we didn't have enough money.
If we hadn’t had enough money, we wouldn’t have gone on holiday last year.
Unless we had enough money, we would go on holiday last year.
If we had had enough money, we would have gone on holiday last year.
If we hadn't had enough money, we would have gone on holiday last year.
81: Although he is intelligent, he doesn't do well at school.
In spite he is intelligent, he doesn't do well at school.
In spite of intelligent, he doesn't do well at school.
Although his intelligence, he does well at school.
Despite being intelligent, he doesn't do well at school.
82: People have discovered a new source of energy.
A new source of energy has been discovered.
A new source of energy has discovered.
A new source of energy have been discovered.
A new source of energy have been discovered by people.
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.
83: I'd rather to stay at home than go out at weekends.
 A	 B	C	 D
84: People are not allowed to enter the park after midnight because lack of security.
	A	 B	 C	 D
85: John's mother thought that chocolates were bad to him. 
 A	 B	 C D
86: She is tired with being asked the same thing every day.
	 A	 B	 C	 D
87: The more fast you drive, the greater danger you get.
	 A	 B	C	 D
88: The meeting was so length that many people had to leave before it ended.
	 A	 B	 C	D
89: They asked me what did happen the previous night, but I was unable to tell them.
	 A	 	B	 C	 	 D
90: Do you know how getting to the post office from here?
	A	B	 C	D
91: Peter can play table tennis better more than I can.
	A	 B	 C	 D
92: I haven't come back to London for my father last visited me.
	 A	 B	C	D
93: The children are very boring and they don't know what to do.
	A	B	C	D
94: It spent me 30 minutes to clean the floor yesterday.
	 A	 B	 C	D
95: Susan’s new computer is similar than mine.
	A	 B	 C	D
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.
The world’s first film was shown in 1895 by two French brothers. Although it only (96) 	 of short, simple scenes, people loved it, and films have been popular ever since. The first films were silent, with titles on the screen to explain the story.
Soon the public had (97)	favourite actors and actresses and, in this way, the first film stars appeared. In 1927, the first “talkie”, a film with sound, was shown and from then on, the public would only accept this kind of film.
Further improvements continued, particularly in America, (98)	most of the world’s
films were produced. With the arrival of television in the 1950s, (99) 	people went to see films, but in recent years cinema audiences have grown again. More countries have started to produce films that influence film making and there are currently (100) 	national film industries.
96: A. considered	B. held	C. consisted	D. belonged 97: A. your	B. his	C. our	D. their 
98: A. who	B. which	C. where	D. when 99: A. other	B. fewer	C. each	D. any
100: A. much	B. lots	C. plenty	D. many
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 question.
When I was younger, I hated being the oldest child and the only girl in my family. But now that I am older, I realize that being "Big Sister" actually has its advantages. First of all, I get special treatment from my parents and brothers. I get my own room, and brothers have to do all the heavy work around the house. Another benefit is that, being the oldest, I have learned to be responsible and dependable. For example, my parents often leave my brothers in my care when they go out. I also try my best in whatever I do in order to be a good example for my brothers. The experience I've had in taking care of my brothers has prepared me for my own family in the future. So, even though I didn't choose to be the oldest child and the only girl in my family, I have succeeded in making this situation work to my best advantage.
101: The writer disliked	when she was younger.
being the oldest child and the only girl in her family
having too many brothers in her family
being the youngest child in her family
getting special treatment from her parents and brothers
102: “Big sister” means 	.
A. the oldest person	B. the eldest sister	C. the only child	D. the biggest girl
103: She has to	when her parents go out.
A. do heavy work around the house	B. look after her brothers
C. cook every meal	D. lay the table for dinners
104: She has	in making the situation work to her best advantage.
A. liked	B. succeeded	C. failed	D. chosen
105: When the writer grows up, she finds it is	to be a big sister.
A. miserable	B. hateful	C. unacceptable	D. enjoyable
It is very important to have healthy teeth. Good teeth help us to chew our food. They also help us to look nice. How does a tooth go bad? The decay begins in a little crack in the enamel covering of the tooth. This happens after germs and bits of food have collected there. Then the decay slowly spreads inside the tooth. Eventually, poison goes into the blood, and we may feel quite ill.
How can we keep our teeth healthy? Firstly, we ought to visit our dentist twice a year. He can fill the small holes in our teeth before they destroy the teeth. He can examine our teeth to check that they are growing in the right way. Unfortunately, many people wait until they have toothache before they see a dentist. Secondly, we should brush our teeth with a toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste at least twice a day - once after breakfast and once before we go to bed. We can also use wooden toothpicks to clean between our teeth after a meal. Thirdly, we should eat food that is good for our teeth and our body: milk, cheese, fish, brown bread, potatoes, red rice, raw vegetables and fresh fruit. Chocolates, sweets, biscuits and cakes are bad, especially when we eat them between meals. They are harmful because they stick to our teeth and cause decay.
106:	Good teeth mainly help us to 	.
A. look nice	B. have good eyesight C. look important	D. chew our food
107: When food and germs collect in a small crack, our teeth 	.
A. send poison into the blood	B. begin to decay
C. make us feel quite ill	D. become hard
108: A lot of people do not visit a dentist until 	.
A. they have toothache	B. they have holes in their teeth
C. they have brushed their teeth	D. their teeth grow properly
109: What may be most harmful to our teeth?
A. raw vegetables	B. fresh fruit	C. sweet things	D. red rice
110: The best title for the passage would be 	.
A. “How to keep our teeth healthy”	B. “How to make our teeth nicer”
C. “How to clean our teeth”	D. “How to keep our teeth ever white”
For many people the language of the Internet is English. “World, Wide, Web: Three English Words” was the name of an article by Michael Specter in the New York Times a few years ago. The article went on to say: “If you want to take full advantage of the Internet, there is only one real way to do it: learn English.”
In general, it is not difficult to learn to use Internet services. But although Internet services are rather easy to use, you will have considerable difficulties if you are not familiar with English. In fact, a good knowledge of English is one of the most important aspects that help you use the Internet. Learning to use a new Internet service may take a few hours, a few days or some weeks, but it takes years to learn a language so that you can use it fluently and confidently. Of course, when you know some English, you can learn more just by using it on the Internet. But at least your English should be good enough to understand commonly used words and to know what to do on the Internet.
111: It	to learn to use Internet services.
A. is difficult	B. takes a very long time
C. takes a few minutes	D. is easy
112:	According to the article by Michael Specter, you should	to take full advantage of the Internet.
A. learn to type fast	B. learn the names of some websites
C. learn English	D. learn to use the Internet services
113: Learning to use a language fluently and confidently may take 	.
A. a few days	B. a few years	C. a few weeks	D. a few hours
114: If you do not know English very well, you will	when using the Internet.
A. be laughed at	B. spend a few days
C. have many difficulties	D. feel more comfortable
115: Which of the following could be the best title for the passage?
“How to use Internet services”
“Practising your English on the Internet”
“English and the Internet”
“Ways to take full advantage of the Internet”
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