Tiếng Anh 11 – Unit thirteen – Hobbies – Test 01

Tiếng Anh 11 – Unit thirteen – Hobbies – Test 01

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

1. A. stopped B. worked C. hoped D. robbed

2. A. shops B. mobs C. crops D. maps

3. A. bribes B. stores C. loves D. laughs

4. A. chopped B. cubed C. caged D. tamed

5. A. wanted B. provided C. painted D. opened

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

6. A. guitar B. modest C. practice D. common

7. A. collector B. accomplish C. occupy D. Australia

8. A. guitarist B. regular C. beautiful D. relative

9. A. influence B. instructor C. intelligent D. inflation

10. A. opinion B. responsible C. attitude D. account

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

11. For the first few minutes she was leading the race, then she began to fell.

A. out B. through C. back D. off

12. If it rains on Saturday, we will have to.the match for a week.

A. bring on B. put away C. take off D. put off

13. I've lived near the airport for so long that I've got.to the noise of the planes.

A. familiar B. known C. used D. custom

14. She looks delighted - She.have received some good news.

A. can B. must C. should D. has to

15. I'm sure they were.lies!

A. telling B. making C. doing D. saying

16. Nobody knows what the.of the explosion was.

A. source B. cause C. reaction D. reason

17.of the committee, I'd like to thank you for your generous donation.

A. According B. On behalf C. Together D. In addition

18. After the accident, the injured cyclist was in great.

A. agony B. suffering C. hurt D. pain

 

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GRADE 11 – UNIT THIRTEEN – HOBBIES – TEST 01
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
1. A. stopped 	B. worked 	C. hoped 	D. robbed
2. A. shops 	B. mobs 	C. crops 	D. maps
3. A. bribes 	B. stores 	C. loves 	D. laughs
4. A. chopped 	B. cubed 	C. caged 	D. tamed
5. A. wanted 	B. provided 	C. painted 	D. opened
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
6. A. guitar 	B. modest 	C. practice 	D. common
7. A. collector 	B. accomplish 	C. occupy 	D. Australia
8. A. guitarist 	B. regular 	C. beautiful 	D. relative
9. A. influence 	B. instructor 	C. intelligent 	D. inflation
10. A. opinion 	B. responsible 	C. attitude 	D. account
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
11. For the first few minutes she was leading the race, then she began to fell.....
A. out 	B. through 	C. back 	D. off
12. If it rains on Saturday, we will have to......the match for a week.
A. bring on 	B. put away 	C. take off 	D. put off
13. I've lived near the airport for so long that I've got......to the noise of the planes.
A. familiar 	B. known 	C. used 	D. custom
14. She looks delighted - She.......have received some good news.
A. can 	B. must 	C. should 	D. has to
15. I'm sure they were.......lies!
A. telling 	B. making 	C. doing 	D. saying
16. Nobody knows what the.......of the explosion was.
A. source 	B. cause 	C. reaction 	D. reason
17.......of the committee, I'd like to thank you for your generous donation.
A. According 	B. On behalf 	C. Together 	D. In addition
18. After the accident, the injured cyclist was in great......
A. agony 	B. suffering 	C. hurt 	D. pain
19. Although he didn't actually say he wanted a radio for his birthday he did......pretty strongly.
A. imply 	B. suggest 	C. mention. 	D. hint
20. I was......in the book I was reading and didn't hear the phone.
A. distracted 	B. submerged 	C. gripped 	D. engrossed
21. Complete the form as.......in the notes below.
A. insisted 	B. specified 	C. implied 	D. devised
22. As the President was absent, I was asked to......the meeting.
A. officiate 	B. govern 	C. chair 	D. regulate
23. The......were told to fasten their seat belts as the plane began its descent.
A. customers 	B. riders 	C. flyers 	D. passengers
24. All Mike’s friends felt sorry.....him when he hcd to give up playing football.
A. with 	B. for 	C. about 	D. at
25. How.......you manage to get here so quickly?
A. used 	B. had 	C. did 	D. have
26. If they aren’t more careful with their money they’ll gfjt into
A. debt 	B. loss 	C. overdraft 	D. problem
27. The manager will reply to all letters......are seit to him.
A. when 	B. that 	C. if 	D. who
28. The.....of the sugar is of course to sweeten the medicine.
A. reason 	B. cause 	C. need 	D. purpose
29. She can't get home........she has no mmey.
A. unless 	B. if 	C. until 	D. without
30. If you’re not too tired we could have a......of tenniis ifter lunch.
A. match 	B. play 	C. game 	D. party
31......accepting your job offer, I'd like to know a but [lore about the company.
A. In advance 	B. In order 	C. Until 	D. Before
32. Can you.......the papers with you when you come t see me, please?
A. bring 	B. collect 	C. take 	D. get
33. I only have to lie on the beach......it to cloud over
A. let 	B. so 	C. until 	D. for
34. Does anyone......to the plans we have made?
A. oppose 	B. quarrel 	C. disturb 	D. refuse
35. The social services are chiefly......with the poor, 1th old and the sick.
A. influenced 	B. related 	C. suffered 	D. concernd
36. When I went to talk to the manager, he told me he Quid only.......me a few minutes.
A. provide 	B. spare 	C. hear 	D. let
37. I saw a thief take Norman's wallet so I ran......hiin but I didn't catch him.
A. into 	B. after 	C. over 	D. near
38. Would you mind.....these plates a wipe before putting then in the cupboard?
A making 	B. doing 	C. getting 	D. giving
39. The police are looking for a man of.....height.
A medium 	B. extra 	C. tall 	D. special
40. She did all the work.....her own.
A. by 	B. on 	C. for 	D. with
Read the following passage and mark the letterA, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
 Looking around the stamp dealers’ showrooms, it is easy to gain the impression that things have not changed very much since today’s parents were themselves introduced to philately as youngsters a generation ago. In stamp collecting, there is a very strong adherence to tradition.
 Іt is, however, possible to pick out some significant changes which have taken place over the last ten to fifteen years. For mint stamps, particularly, collectors have tended to discard hinges, which can leave a slight mark on the back of the stamp, and go instead for stamp mounts.
 These are plastic pockets, designed to take either individual stamps or rows of stamps, which are stuck on to the album page. They come vith either white or black backgrounds. Some albums have the mounts already in position: they’re known in the catalogues as hingeless albums.
 A second alternative to the hinge is the stockbook, which usually has pages of stiff cardboard and retaining strips into which stamps can be tucked. This has traditionally been sold as an accessory, to be used for the temporary storage of stamps pending their transfer to an album. 
 Some collectors, however, have come to look upon the stockbook not as a halfway house but as a substitute for the album. Stockbooks do away vith the fiddle of fixing hinges and ensure there is no danger of marking the back of the stamp; and it is a simple matter to move the stamps if a new page layout is required. 
 All this being said, for the purist there is nothing to match the flexibility of hinging to allow him to plan the page the way he wants it and shape its distinctive appearance. The beginner will probably want to follow the majority, traditional line.
41. Stamp collecting..........
A. is a tradition passed from parent to child
B. has not changed for several generations
C. has seen changes in the methods of mounting stamps
D. is a hobby which always involves damage to stamps
42. Plastic pockets are sometimes used.........
A. to avoid black and white contrast
B. because they can be stuck on in rows
C. since they provide the only way to see the stamps
D. they do not mark the back of the stamp
43. What are hingeless albums?
A. Albums using black or white background
B. Albums in which the collector can mount stamps with hinges
C. Albums in which the collector can mount plastic pockets.
D. Albums in which plastic pockets are already mounted.
44. The stockbook has in some cases replaced the album because.........
A. it seems the most convenient way of storing stamps
B. it has always been sold as an accessory
C. it permits one to fix hinges more easily
D. it permits one to add new pages
45. What is the main disadvantage of the stockbook?
A. The beginner is afraid to use it.
B. It is not a traditional method of collecting.
C. One cannot arrange stamps on the page creatively.
D. One cannot plan what stamps to keep in it.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
HOBBIES
 Hobbies are activities in which one participates strictly for (46)........They help one to maintain a mental and emoticnal (47)..........A hobby can be almost anything.
 Music is most popular. For example, many people all over the world play piano simply for relaxing and (48).......in their free hours, and they do not play (49).......Sports provide other (50).....hobbies. Bicycling, running, tennis, ping-pong, and countless (51).....sports are enjoyed by millions of people (52)......their leisure time. Some people collect things as a hobby. Stamps, coins, and (53)......art are all popular collections, and valuable, too.
 There are still hundreds of (54).......not necessarily valuabe but still interesting, such as doll collections, bottle collections, seashell collections, butterfly collections, and so (55).......for some people a hobby is a favorite game, like chess or (56).......Unlike most hobbies, (57).......these require two or more people to play. Therefore, the person must (58)......other people who (59)......his hobby before he can enjoy it.
 As you can see, hobbies can be relaxing, challenging, interesting, enjoyable or (60)......So everyone should have one or two hobbies.
46. A. Amusement 	B. working 	C. researching 	D. investigating
47. A. scale 	B. effect 	C. balance 	D. feelings
48. A. unny 	B. fun 	C. rest 	D. resting
49. A. Amateurishly 	B. amateur 	C. professional 	D. professionally
50. A. liking 	B. likely 	C. favorite 	D. loving
51. A. other 	B. many 	C. lots of 	D. another
52. A. for 	B. during 	C. of 	D. on
53. Ac food 	B. best 	C. finest 	D. fine
54. A. others 	B. other 	C. the other 	D. another
55. A. as 	B. that 	C. on 	D far.
56. A. bridge 	B. road 	C. street 	D. river
57. A. although 	B. though 	C. therefore 	D. however
58. A. bok 	B. find 	C. search 	D. seek
59. A. share 	B. own 	C. have same 	D. have similar
60. A. education 	B. uneducational 	C. educational 	D. educationally
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
61.It was (A) him (B) who came running (C) into the classroom (D) with the news.
62. Each (A) of the nurses (B) report to the operating room vhen (C) his or her name (D) is called.
63. Do you know (A) why (B) does he need to sleep (C) so many more hours than (D) do the others?
64. (A) He should ever call (B) again, please tell him (C) that (D) I am not at home.
65. She (A) did not know where (B) most of the people in (C) the room (D) was from.
66. (A) Before she moved here, Helen had (B) been president (C) of the organization (D) since four years.
67. There's (A) a (B) new Oriental restaurant (C) in town, (D) isn't it?
68. Passengers (A) are requested (B) to wait at (C) gate (D) the fifth.
69. (A) The garden is as beautiful (B) like (C) the one (D) in the park.
70. (A) Since there were two (B) possible ways to get to New York, we had to decide (C) which one was (D) good.
Choose the answer that best completes each sentence below.
71. If I had studied better at high school,.........................
A. I wouldn't have been a university student now
В. I wouldn't be a university student now
С. I would have been a university student now
D. It came into being right after our President.............
A. had been declared the nation’s independence
B. had declared the nation’s independence
C. declared the nation's independence
D. had been declaring the nation's independence
73. It is one hundred years................the famous nowelst.
A. since the birth of D.H. Lawrence 	 B. since D.H. Lawrence's the birth
C. since the birthday of D.H. Lawrence 	 D. since D.H. Lawrence's birthday
74. John Speke failed.......................
A. in find the source of the River Nile 	 В. to find the source of the River Nile
C. not to find the source of the River Nile D. in finding the source of the River Nile
75 That’s the last time..................
A. I never go to the restaurant 	 B. I go to the restaurant
C. I always go to the restaurant 	 D. I used to go to the restaurant
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
76. The PC is undeniably the best tool for the job.
A No one can deny that the PC is the best tool for the job.
B. The PC is not the best tool for the job.
C. They deny that the PC is the best tool for the job.
D. The PC could be the best tool for the job.
77. He prefers typing to writing by hand.
A. He doesn’t like to write by hand at all. 	B. He likes typing better.
C. He'd rather type than write by hand. 	D. He doesn't like typing.
78.“Don’t leave the window open, Ann,” I said.
A. I told Ann not to open the window.
B. I told Ann that the window was left open.
C. I told Ann that she didn’t leave the window open.
D. I told Ann not to leave the window open.
79. She didn't ring the bell but just walked in.
A. She just walked in, not ringing the bell.
B. She just walked in without ringing the bell.
C. She just walked in and she didn’t ring the bell.
D. She just walked in without the bell ringing.
80. It is impossible to cross the road because of the traffic.
A. The traffic makes people be impossible to cross the road.
B. The traffic makes everyone impossible to cross the road.
C. The traffic makes it be impossible to cross the road.
D. The traffic makes it impossible to cross the road.
The End
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 61. A º he	 62. В º reports
 63. B º he needs	 64. A º If he
 65. D º were from	 66. D º for
 67. D º isn’t there	 68. D º five
 69. В º as	 70. D º better

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