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  1. BÀI TẬP TRẮC NGHIỆM TIẾNG ANH 11 THÍ ĐIỂM A. Solving B. Adapting C. Developing D. Mastering UNIT 3 BECOMING INDEPENDENT 18. I was encouraged to for the grandest prize in the dancing competition. Part I. PHONETICS A. try B. strive C. reach D. achieve Exercise 1. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose 19. We're punished for not submitting our outline on time as the task was underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the too difficult. following questions. A. assigned B. done C. taken D. reminded 1. A. lake B. bay C. caneD. lack 20. That Tom is of finishing the research project prior to the deadline 2. A. lurk B. luck C. but D. putt satisfied our manager. 3. A. stoppedB. expected C. finished D. faced A. able B. skillful C. capable D. talented 4. A. thoughtful B. threatenC. therefore D. thin 21. We've divided the group report into three parts and you're for the 5. A. grease B. sympathy C. horseD. rose conclusion one. Exercise 2. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs A. responsible B. irresponsible C. response D. responsive from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the 22. You should make a list of things to do and them if you want to work following questions. effectively. 6. A. reliableB. independent C. responsible D. decisiveness A. do B. arrange C. prioritise D. approach 7. A. difficult B. confident C. criticalD. important 23. Despite my parents' disagreement, I'm to drop out of university and 8. A. permissionB. well-informed C. activity D. effective establish my own business. 9. A. routine B. problem C. lonely D. hygiene A. determined B. confident C. successful D. All are 10. A. laundry B. punishC. depend D. reason correct Part II. VOCABULARY 24. He me about the lecture yesterday. Otherwise, I would have missed it Exercise 3. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to completely. each of the following questions. A. demanded B. approached C. said D. reminded 11. When getting into troubles, Jack never on other people for help. He 25. The government must take action against environmental pollution. always solves them on his own. A. determines B. influences C. relies D. manages A. important B. unstable C. decisive D. soft 12. He suffered serious depression after losing his beloved pet. 26. When being assigned difficult exercises, Lan always to complete them A. in B. from C. with D. for without any help from her teacher. 13. It was essential for him to be financially of his parents, so he decided to A. wants B. manages C. desires D. Finds find a part-time job. 27. Our enterprise is seeking for candidates who are and hard-working. A. dependent B. independent C. dependable A. reliant B. reliance C. unreliable D. reliable D. undependable 28 communication skill plays an important role in career success. 14. Thanks to many investors, my dream to set up my own trading company A. Personal B. Individual came C. Interpersonal D. Interactive A. exactly B. real C. right D. true 29. In spite of being the new resident in this area, he always tries to with his 15. His dedication to the educational charity was truly neighbours. A. admirable B. reliable C. critical D. disapproving A. catch up B. go in C. put upD. get along well 16. The director informed that no candidates all the criteria for the 30. If you choose to study abroad, you have to live from home. administrative position. A. on B. away C. in D. up A. completed B. fulfilled C. achieved D. suited Exercise 4. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST 17 time-management skill is a core requirement for this job. in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. TQT EXTRA COURSE - GRADE TEST No.
  2. 31. I'm totally exhausted after having finished successive assignments in only a 46. At first, he was reluctant to help us. However, after persuading for a long week. time, he agreed to play the guitar at our tea-shop. A. Jobs B. works C. exercises D. problems A. hesitate B. willing C eager D. keen 32. He is truly a reliable friend. He will always be with me and never let me 47. Stop being mean to everyone or you'll have no friends. down. A. unkind B. cruelC. miserable D. kind A. mean B. independent C. decisive D. dependable 48. My parents seemed fully satisfied with the result of my entrance exam. 33. At last, Huong made a determined effort to get a scholarship so that he A. pleased B. contented C. disappointed D. joyful could have chance to study overseas. 49. After a long time working incessantly, all my efforts ended in failure. A. tenacious B. serious C. unresolved D. necessary A. success B. collapse C. breakdown D. loser 34. In spite of poverty and dreadful conditions, they still manage to keep their 50. This reference book is essential material for us to prepare for the next self-respect. assignment. A. self-reliant B. self-restraint C. self-esteem D. self-assured A. necessary B. dispensable C. vital D. fundamental 35. All students are revising carefully, for the final test is approaching soon. Part III. GRAMMAR A. going fast B. reaching fast C. coming near D. getting near Exercise 6. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to 36. John is an admirable person as he isn't influenced by other people's opinions each of the following questions. when making decision to do something. 51. My parents are glad my success in finding a job after graduation. A. relied B. impacted C. decided D. assigned A. to see B. seeing C. see D. saw 37. The prom is permitted providing that everyone behaves responsibly. 52. It isn't for him to take charge of the financial burden on his family. A. honestly B. imperfectly C. sensitively D. sensibly A. boring B. expensive C. easy D. mind 38. Don't worry! The answer to this quiz is on the back page. 53. My teacher always gives me advice suitable career in the future. A. treatment B. method C. solution D. way A. choosingB. to choose C. choose D. not to choose 39. It is lazy of him for not doing his homework every day. 54. We're to announce that you were selected to be our new faculty A. idle B. hard C. busy D. diligent manager. 40. The government found it very difficult to cope with the rising A. happily B. unhappy C. happiness D. happy unemployment. 55. It is unnecessary for to do this task. It's not ours. A. try B. manage C. reduce D. increase A. weB. us C. they D. our Exercise 5. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE 56. She left a message with a request in the contract. in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. A. not to sign B. not sign C. to not sign D. don't sign 41. Nam is considered to be the best student in our class because he's not only 57. I found it truly to hear that Mr. Kim had been appointed to the good at learning but also well-informed about everything around the world. committee. A. perfectly-informed B. badly-informed A. surprise B. surprised C. surprising D. surprisingly C. bad-informedD. ill-informed 58. Don't be afraid me if you have any further queries. 42. Tommy was fired owing to his arrogant manner. A. not to ask B. asking C. to asking D. to ask A. humble B. overconfident C. superior D. haughty 59. It's for us to submit the project on time as it's really difficult. 43. The maintenance of this company is dependent on international investment. A. possible B. simple A. affective B. self-reliant C. self-restricted D. reliant C. impossible D. Both B and C 44. With his remarkable ability, Lam can deal with this problem effectively. 60. It would be unreasonable him you money if you didn't pay it back. A. uneffectively B. inefficiently C. Ineffectively D. unefficiently A. to expect - lendB. to expect - to lend 45. The physical therapy helped Jim overcome his fear of height. C. expect - to lend D. Expecting - lend A. overwhelm B. control C. neglect D. conquer 61. His ability mathematics in a short time is wholly admirable. TQT EXTRA COURSE - GRADE TEST No.
  3. A. not to work out B. work out C. to work out D. working out 78. The factory was refused (A) permit (B) to expand (C) because of lack (D) of 62. We're disappointed that our sales have declined sharply in the last 2 money. months. 79. It is (A) imperative (B) finish all the practice tests (C) by next week (D) A. to hear B. to heard C. not to hear D. hearing since our teacher will give marks for them. 63. After failing many times in a new dish, she made a decision 80. He is (A) a (B) real coward (C) because of his anxiety (D) encountering with A. creating/giving up B. to create/to give up problems. C. to create/give upD. creating/to give up 81. Look (A) at those dark(B) clouds, it is (C) possibly (D) to rain. 64. My father made a determined effort a new company. 82. In this project, your (A) responsibility is (B) search (C) for information about A. to setting upB. to set up C. setting up D. set up environmental pollution (D) as much as possible. 65. It is for him to enjoy the party because he's fairly busy now. 83.Lan is (A) looking forward (B) to return to her country after (C) finishing (D) A. unlike B. likeable C. likelyD. unlikely four-year university in America. 66. I'm sorry that your enterprise has been declared bankrupt. 84. They were (A) entirely (B) confident that everything (C) will go (D) as A. to hear B. for hearing C. hear D. All are correct planned. 67. I feel very proud an important part of the English club. 85. Having goal (A) to crowned champion, they (B) had practiced ceaselessly A. to be B. of be C. being D. is (C) and they (D) succeeded. 68. It is great that you for my organization. I hope you'll gain more 86. In the (A) peak season, you are (B) advisable (C) booking your experience here. accommodation (D) in advance. A. to work B. working C. can work D. works 87. It is (A) necessary for (B) you (C) to clean the floor (D) as our mother has 69. We appreciated more opportunities part in the story-telling contest. done it already. A. giving/to take B. to give/taking 88. We only (A) have 5 minutes (B) left, Peter. There's (C) no need (D) dressing C. given/to takeD. being given/to take up. 70. Thank you for your kind offer a dinner at your apartment. It was 89. (A) Unless you (B) keep a map, you're (C) sure (D) get lost in the city. excellent. 90. This (A) adventure game is not (B) suitable for children (C) not to play A. having B. to have C. had D. Have because they're (D) too small. Exercise 7. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that Part IV. SPEAKING needs correction in each of the following questions. Exercise 8. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct response to 71. She (A) was (B) amazing (C) to find that no one (D) died in the tragic each of the following exchanges. accident yesterday. 91. “What does your younger sister look like?” ~ “ ” 72. His (A) driving ambition (B) was (C) entering one of the (D) top universities A. She likes a secondary student. B. My sister is a university student. in the city. C. She's very kind and hard working.D. She's tall and thin with long hair. 73. It (A) is particularly (B) interested (C) to explore the mystery of (D) the 92. “Could I leave a message for your manager?” ~ “ ” universe. A. Sure. B. Of course not. C. He's busy now. D. He's off work today. 74. Your success in (A) learning depends (B) on your (C) willing (D) to acquire 93. “How often do you have your teeth checked?” – “ ” new knowledge. A. Two months. B. Not much. C. Rarely. D. They're checked carefully. 75. We (A) haven't made a plan (B) not to travel overseas (C) yet as I'm very 94. "Many happy returns!” ~ “ ” busy (D) with my work. A. Wish you all the best.B. Thanks. 76. It was (A) lucky for us (B) that we (C) able (D) to enjoy the concert. C. Same to you. D. Not at all. 77. His parents are very (A) sadly (B) to see that Binh (C) doesn't (D) usually do 95. “How long have you learnt Japanese?” ~ “ ” his homework. A. For 2005. B. I learnt it at my university. C. Since I was 10. D. It lasted 3 months. TQT EXTRA COURSE - GRADE TEST No.
  4. 96. "Is it going to rain tomorrow?” ~ “ ” time. The Queen's husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, started the award in A. I think not. B. I bet. C. Just a moment.D. I don't hope so. 1956. He started it (109) he wanted young people to learn to help themselves 97. "You look very pretty in this dress." ~ “ ” and other people. A. It's so nice of you to say that. B. Yes, it is fairly expensive. The award is for people aged 14-25, and there are three levels: Bronze, for C. I see what you mean. D. Thanks for your wish. those aged 14 or over, Silver for over 15s, and Gold for over 16s. You have to 98. “Huy hasn't finished his assignment, has he?" ~ “ ” complete four activities to (110) the award: A. Yes, he has. He hasn't finished it yet. * go on an (111) (e.g. hiking, kayaking or climbing) B. Yes, he hasn't. He's too lazy. * learn a new practical or social skill (anything from painting to podcasting!) C. No, he has in spite of being a good student. * take (112) a physical challenge (e.g. learn or improve at a sport) D. No, he hasn't because of his illness. * do (113) work helping people or the environment (e.g. work with disabled 99. “When will our factory be expanded?” ~ “ ” or elderly people, or (114) money for a charity). A. It was expanded in 1996. B. It depends on our director's decision. Young people usually do the award at a Duke of Edinburgh club at their school C. I didn't hear about it. D. That's good news. or at a local (115) group. They (116) what they are going to do, and write 100. “You're late again, Peter.” ~ “ ” a plan. It usually takes (117) one and three years to finish an award. A. It's none of your business. B. Only 5 minutes left. 106. A. what B. why C. which D. when C. I'm sorry. My car was broken this morning. D. I expect not to be fired. 107. A. excited B. exciting C. excitement D. excite 101. “I'm meeting some friends for a meal in town tomorrow. Fancy joining us?” 108. A. idle B. journey C. waitingD. free ~ “ ” 109. A. therefore B. butC. because D. if A. That's fine. B. What's the time now? 110. A. compete B. accept C. realizeD. achieve C. I am not sure. What time? D. Fine. I won't! 111. A. expenditure B. expenseC. expedition D. expect 102. "Can you give me some information about the city?” ~ “ ” 112. A. on B. in C. away D. after A. Great. Thanks very much. B. No. I'm afraid not. 113. A. volunteer B. voluntary C. volunteering D. volunteered C. I can't help doing it.D. Certainly. 114. A. lift B. increaseC. raise D. advance 103. “Excuse me. I have a reservation for tonight.” ~ “ ” 115. A. youth B. young C. immature D. immaturity A. Just a moment, please, while I check. B. I liked that one, too. 116. A. decide B. are deciding C. decided D. had decided C. Wonderful! I'd like to hear some of your ideas. D. What's up? 117. A. from B. in C. duringD. between 104. "Don't forget. We are invited out to dinner tonight.” ~ “ ” Exercise 10. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to A. Oh, I almost forgot. B. It's so unforgettable. indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. C. OK, I'll try it first. D. I remember you. The skills needed to succeed in college are very different from those required in 105. Dr. Jonas can see you next Thursday. Do you prefer morning or afternoon? high school. A. That would be fine. B. Morning is best for me. In addition to study skills that may be new to students, there will also be C. I am looking forward to seeing you. D. Thank you very much. everyday living skills that students may not have had to use before. Part V. READING Students should: Exercise 9. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to * know how to handle everyday living skills such as doing laundry, paying indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered bills, balancing a checkbook, cooking, getting the oil changed in the car, etc. blanks. * be familiar and compliant with medical needs concerning medication and Would you like to learn to rock climb? Or spend time working at an animal health problems. If ongoing medical and/or psychological treatment is needed, sanctuary? That's (106) Andrea Black and Jenny Smith are doing as part of arrangements should be made in advance to continue that care while the student their Duke of Edinburgh Award programme. The award encourages young is away at college. people to do (107) cultural, social and adventure activities in their (108) TQT EXTRA COURSE - GRADE TEST No.
  5. * understand that the environmental, academic, and social structure provided Steiner schools encourage creativity and free thinking so children can study art, by parents and teachers will not be in place in college. With this lack of structure music and gardening as well as science and history. They don’t have to learn to comes an increased need for responsibility in decision-making and goal-setting. read and write at an early age. At some Steiner schools the teachers can’t use * know how to interact appropriately with instructors, college staff, roommates, textbooks. They talk to the children, who learn by listening. Every morning the and peers. Appropriate social interaction and communication are essential at the children have to go to special music and movement classes called “eurhythmy”, college level of education. which help them learn to concentrate. Very young children learn foreign * be comfortable asking for help when needed. The transition from high school languages through music and song. Another difference from traditional schools to college can be overwhelming socially and academically. Students should is that at Steiner schools you don't have to do any tests or exams. know when they need help and should be able to reach out and ask for that help. A child learning music with the Suzuki method has to start as young as 118. According to the writer, if students want to have medical treatment, they possible. Even two-year-old children can learn to play difficult pieces of should classical music, often on the violin. They do this by watching and listening. A. be away B. be familiar with medical needs They learn by copying, just like they learn their mother tongue. The child has to C. make arrangements D. meet their parents join in, but doesn't have to get it right. “They soon learn that they mustn't stop 119. The word “ongoing" is closest in meaning to every time they make a mistake. They just carry on,” said one Suzuki trainer. A. continuing B. short-term C. brief D. little The children have to practise for hours every day and they give performances 120. College students should be aware that once a week, so they learn quickly. “The parents must be involved too,” said the A. everything in college will be different trainer, “or it just doesn't work.” B. parents and teachers are not in college 123. Which of the following is NOT true about 24-hour teaching? C. structures must be provided by parents A. Students can come to school from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. D. structures must be provided by teachers B. Students can study online at night. 121. Which of the following is NOT true about college life? C. Students can choose the time to study. A. It is essential to have good communication skills. D. Some students need to study in the morning and some need to study at night. B. Students must be responsible for their own decisions. 124. According to Cheryl Heron, teaching C. Students should know some living skills. A. should happen throughout the night B. is not necessarily carried out in class D. Students should not ask for help. C. is for children who will not come to school D. must be around the year 122. The word “overwhelming” is closest in meaning to 125. Steiner schools don't A. simple B. confusing C. manageable D. easy A. encourage children's creativity and free thinking Exercise 11. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to B. allow teachers to teach things out of textbooks indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. C. teach reading and writing to young children ARE TRADITIONAL WAYS OF LEARNING THE BEST? D. teach music to children Read about some alternative schools of thought 126. Which of the following is TRUE about Steiner schools? One school in Hampshire, UK, offers 24-hour teaching. The children can A. They are different from traditional schools. decide when or if they come to school. The school is open from 7 a.m. to 10 B. Young children are not taught foreign languages. p.m., for 364 days a year and provides online teaching throughout the night. The C. Students must concentrate on music. idea is that pupils don't have to come to school and they can decide when they D. Students have to do exams and tests. want to study. Cheryl Heron, the head teacher, said “Some students learn better 127. Which of the following is the most suitable title for the third paragraph? at night. Some students learn better in the morning.” Cheryl believes that if A. Traditional ways of teaching B. 24-hour teaching children are bored, they will not come to school. “Why must teaching only be C. Learn by listeningD. Starting young conducted in a classroom? You can teach a child without him ever coming to 128. Students learning music with Suzuki method school.” A. must learn difficult music . B. like to learn their mother tongue TQT EXTRA COURSE - GRADE TEST No.
  6. C. stop when they make mistakes D. start at an early age B. Tom reviewed the lessons carefully; therefore he could finish the test very 129. The word “this” in paragraph 3 refers to well. A. starting as young as possible B. the violin C. If Tom reviewed the lessons carefully, he could finish the test very well. C. playing difficult pieces of music D. learning their mother tongue D. Although Tom reviewed the lessons carefully, he could finish the test very 130. The word “involved” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to well. A. engaged B. encouraging C. accepting D. rejecting 137. There are many things I have to do before going home. Cleaning, packing Part VI. WRITING and saying goodbye to you are some. Exercise 12. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is A. If I can do anything before going home, I will do the cleaning, packing and closest in meaning to each of the following questions. say goodbye to you. 131. I am looking forward to seeing you. B. Although I want to do many things before going home, I have done cleaning, A. I don't have time to see you. B. I will try to find some time to see you. packing and said goodbye to you. C. I should find some time to see you. D. I am expecting to see you. C. There are many things I have to do before going home including cleaning, 132. I haven't got used to Indian food although I have lived here for three packing and saying goodbye to you. months. D. Cleaning, packing and saying goodbye to you are everything I have to do A. I still find it strange to eat Indian food though I have lived here for three before going home. months. 138. The room became hotter and hotter. I had to take off my sweater. B. Eating Indian food is one of the habits when I lived in Indian three months A. Unless the room became hotter and hotter, I had to take off my sweater. ago. B. Although the room became hotter and hotter, I had to take off my sweater. C. Because I still live in India, I find Indian food strange to eat. C. The room became hotter and hotter but I had to take off my sweater. D. I have to eat Indian food to get used to eat as I have to live in India. D. The room became hotter and hotter so I had to take off my sweater. 133. “Don't touch the hot cooker," my mother said. 139. He worked the whole night last night. His eyes are red now. A. My mother promised me to touch the hot cooker. A. If he didn't work the whole night, his eyes wouldn't be red now. B. My mother warned me not to touch the hot cooker. B. Unless he worked the whole night last night, his eyes were red now. C. My mother suggested me not touching the hot cooker. C. If he hadn't worked the whole night last night, his eyes wouldn't be red now. D. My mother reminded me of touching the hot cooker. D. He worked the whole night last night otherwise his eyes were red now. 134. Stop giving me a hard time, I could not do anything about it. 140. It might be my opinion. My mother is the best cook in the world. A. Don't make me feel guilty because I couldn't do anything about it. A. People said that my mother is the best cook in the world. B. I could not do anything about it because I am going through a hard time. B. In my opinion, my mother is the best cook in the world. C. Going through a hard time doesn't help me do anything about it. C. My mother is believed to be the best cook in the world. D. I couldn't do anything about it so I would stop. D. I am not so sure about the fact that my mother is the best cook in the world. 135. I hope you stay in touch with me even when you are back to the U.S.A. A. I want you to stay with me and not to come back to the U.S.A. B. I hope to meet you in the U.S.A. The End C. I want us to be connected even if you are in the U.S.A. D. I want to stay close to you so I will come to the U.S.A. Exercise 13. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions. 136. Tom reviewed the lessons carefully. He could finish the test very well. A. Tom reviewed the lessons carefully whereas he could finish the test very well. TQT EXTRA COURSE - GRADE TEST No.