Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 12: Đề ôn tập học kì 2 (phần 8)

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Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 12: Đề ôn tập học kì 2 (phần 8)
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Đề ôn thi cuối học kì 2 môn tiếng anh 12 phần 8. Học sinh ôn thi bằng cách chọn đáp án của mình trong từng câu hỏi. Dưới cùng của bài trắc nghiệm, học sinh bấm vào để xem đáp án. Kéo xuống dưới để bắt đầu.
of the crime. We don’t think that he did it.

  • A. Crimeless
  • B. skillful
  • C. clean
  • D. guilty

Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the given one.

Question 26: Only with careful environmental planning can we protect the world in which we live.

  • A. Careful environmental planning protects the world we live in.
  • B. Planning the environment carefully, we can protect the world in which we live.
  • C. Protecting the world we live in, we plan the environment carefully.
  • D. We can protect the world we live in only with careful environmental planning.

Question 27: You should take regular exercises instead of sitting in front of the television all day.

  • A. Taking regular exercises is better than sitting in front of the television all day.
  • B. Sitting in front of the television all day helps you take regular exercises.
  • C. Sitting in front of the television all day and taking exercises are advisable.
  • D. Don’t take regular exercises, just sit in front of the television all day.

Question 28: It was not until after I got home that I realized that I had not set the burglar alarm in the office.

  • A. On the way to home, I suddenly realized that I had forgotten to turn on the burglar alarm in the office.
  • B. Fortunately, I realized that I hadn’t set the burglar alarm just before I left home, otherwise, I would have had to travel all the way back to the office.
  • C. I didn’t turn the burglar alarm on before I left the office, but only became aware of this after I’d arrived home.
  • D. I wish I had realized before I arrived home that I hadn’t turned on the burglar alarm in the office, then it would have been easier to go and set it.

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 29: He did not remember the meeting. He went out for a coffee with his friends then.

  • A. Not remember the meeting, he went out for a coffee with his friends.
  • B. Not to remember the meeting, he went out for a coffee with his friends.
  • C. Not remembered the meeting, he went out for a coffee with his friends.
  • D. Not remembering the meeting, he went out for a coffee with his friends.

Question 30: They left their home early. They didn’t want to miss the first train.

  • A. They left their home early so as to not miss the first train.
  • B. They left their home early for fear that they wouldn’t miss the first train.
  • C. They left their home early so as not to miss the first train.
  • D. They left their home early in order that not to miss the first train.

Read the passage mark letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks.

Left-handers are the odd ones out. Sure, lefties (31)_______ up about 10 percent of the population, but, frankly, it seems like society has forgotten about them. Just consider all of the right-handed gadgets, awkwardly designed desks, and cooking tools that fit comfortably only in your right hand. What (32)________ someone to become a southpaw? Scientists aren’t exactly sure, but research points to a complex (33)________ between genes and environment. While no exact set of “leftie genes” have been discovered, people who dominantly use their left hands do have more left-handed family members. And researchers have found different brain wirings in righties vs. lefties. But no matter (34)_______ it is that drives someone to use their antipodal paw, science has also uncovered a particular set of personality traits that left-handed people tend to have. So for all of you lefties, leftie-loving righties, and ambidextrous folks out there — it’s time to brush up on your left-handed knowledge and help (35)_______ an end to leftie discrimination once and for all.

Question 31:

  • A. consist
  • B. account
  • C. hold
  • D. make

Question 32:

  • A. causes
  • B. makes
  • C. gets
  • D. does

Question 33:

  • A. collaborate
  • B. collaboration
  • C. collaborating
  • D. collaborated

Question 34:

  • A. which
  • B. who
  • C. what
  • D. that

Question 35:

  • A. put
  • B. bring
  • C. make
  • D. take

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each question.

Successful students often do the followings while studying. First, they have an overview before reading. Next, they look for important information and pay greater attention to it (which often needs jumping forward or backward to process information). They also relate important points to one another. Also, they activate and use their prior knowledge. When they realize that their understanding is not good, they do not wait to change strategies. Last, they can monitor understanding and take action to correct or “fix–up” mistakes in comprehension.

Conversely, students with low academic achievement often demonstrate ineffective study skills. They tend to assume a passive role in learning and rely on others (e.g, teachers, parents) to monitor their studying. For example, low – achieving students often do not monitor their understanding of content, they may not be aware of the purpose of studying, and they show little evidence of looking back, or employing “fix-up”strategies to fix understanding problems.

Students who struggle with learning new information seem to be unware that they must extent beyond simply reading the content to understand and remember it. Children with learning disablilities do not plan and judge the quality of their studying. Their studying may be disorganized. Students with learning problems face challenges with personal organization as well. Thay often have difficulty keeping track of materials and assignments, following directions, and completing work on time. Unlike good studiers who employ a variety of study skills in a flexible yet purposeful manner, low – achieving students use a restricted range of skills. They can not explain why good study strategies are important for learning, and they tend to use the same, often ineffective, study approach for all learning tasks, ignoring task content, structure of difficulty.

Question 36: What is the topic of the passage?

  • A. Successful and low – academic achieving students.
  • B. Successful learners and their learning strategies.
  • C. Study skills for high school students.
  • D. Effective and ineffective ways of learning.

Question 37: The word “prior’’ is closest in meaning to ______.

  • A. Important
  • B. earlier
  • C. forward
  • D. good

Question 38: According to the passage, what can be learnt about passive students?

  • A. They depend on other people to organize their learning.
  • B. They are slow in their studying.
  • C. They monitor their understanding.
  • D. They know the purpose of studying

Question 39: Which of the followings is NOT an evidence of monitoring studying?

  • A. being aware of the purpose of studying.
  • C. fixing up mistakes in the understanding
  • B. monitoring their understanding of content.
  • D. looking at their backs.

Question 40: According to the passage, to learn new information, low – achieving students do NOT ________.

  • A. Just understand it
  • B. Simply remember it
  • C. relate it to what they have known
  • D. read it

Question 41: In compared with low – achieving students, successful students use _______.

  • A. Aimless study techniques.
  • B. Various study skills.
  • C. restricted strategies.
  • D. inflexible study ways.

Question 42: The underlined pronoun “they” refers to ________.

  • A. Study strategies
  • B. Study skills
  • C. low – achieving students
  • D. good studiers.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each question.

Pollution emitted in industrial areas represents a threat to human health and the surrounding natural resources. We have a tendency to believe that the production processes are the only source of environmetal damage, and often forget about the possible long-term effects of harmful production practices. We may think that the closure of these huge industrial areas would improve the quality of the environment. Unfortunately, this ignores the threat of the remaining waste, which is abondoned and poorly stored. It represents an even bigger danger because it stands neglected as it degrades and leaks into the earth without any control at all.

Changes in the water chemistry due to surface water contamination can effect all levels of an ecosystem. It can effect the health of lower food chain organisms and, consequently, the availability of food up through the food chain. It can damage the health of wetlands and damage their ability to support healthy ecosystems, control flooding, and filter pollutants from storm water runoff. The health of animals and humans are affected when they drink or bathe in contaminated water. In addition, water-based organisms, like fish and shellfish, can pile up and concentrate contaminants in their bodies. When other animals or humans eat these organisms, they receive a much higher dose of contaminants than they would have if they had been directly exposed to the original contamination.

Contaminated groundwater can adversely affect animals, plants and humans if it is removed from the ground by manmade or natural processes. Depending on the geology of the area, groundwater may rise to the surface through springs or seeps, flow laterally into nearby rivers, streams, or ponds, or sink deeper into the earth. In many parts of the world, groundwater is pumped out of the ground to be used for drinking, bathing, other household uses, agriculture, and industry.

Contaminants in the soil can harm plants when they take up the contamination through their roots. Ingesting, inhaling, or touching contaminated soil, as well as eating plants or animals that have accumulated soil contaminants can adversely impact the health of humans and animals.

Air pollution can cause breathing – related problems and other bad health effects as contaminants are absorbed from the lungs into other parts of the body. Certain air contaminants can also harm animals and humans when they contact the skin. Plants rely on breathing for their growth and can also be effected by exposure to contaminants moved in the air.

Question 43: What is the topic of this passage?

  • A. Sources of environmental damage.
  • B. The pollution from the city.
  • C. Bad effects of industrial waste.
  • D. The quality of the environment.

Question 44: According to the passage, the industry is likely to be thought as ________.

  • A. a danger to the environment.
  • B. the only source of pollution.
  • C. the utmost harmful activity.
  • D. a threat to human health.

Question45: The word “it” refers to ________.

  • A. the remaining waste
  • B. a danger
  • C. the environment
  • D. the threat of the remaining waste

Question 46: Which of the followings affect an ecosystem as the whole?

  • A. surface water contaminatin
  • B. groundwater contamination
  • C. soil contamination
  • D. air contamination

Question 47: Which of the followings supports healthy ecosystems?

  • A. lower food chain organisms
  • B. animals
  • C. water-based organisms
  • D. wetlands

Question 48: Which of the followings is NOT badly affected by contaminated groundwater?

  • A. human
  • B. plants
  • C. rocks
  • D. animals

Question 49: Which of the followings is the flow of water from the ground to surface?

  • A. streams
  • B. ponds
  • C. rivers
  • D. springs

Question 50: Which of the followings has the closest in meaning to “absorbed” ?

  • A. consumed
  • B. taken in
  • C. swallowed
  • D. piled up