Bài tập Sách Mai Lan Hương Lớp 12 - Test yourself A

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Bài tập Sách Mai Lan Hương Lớp 12 - Test yourself A
TEST 1 
Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.
a. recently 	b. facial 	c. tomorrow 	d. confidence
a. communicate 	b. impatient 	c. interesting 	d. apologize
a. carpet 	b. visit 	c. summer 	d. include
a. expression 	b. example 	c. friendliness 	d. superior
a. nervous 	b. body 	c. verbal 	d. polite
Choose a, b, c, or d that best completes each unfinished sentence, substitutes the underlined part, or has a close meaning to the original one.
A new ______ satellite has just been launched into the earth's orbit to take some necessary photographs.
a. communicate 	b. communication 
c. communicative 	d. communicatively
It is of great ______ to show your interest and politeness when you are having a job interview.
a. importance 	b. important 	c. importantly 	 d. unimportant
Facial ______ show one's feelings when he is communicating.
a. expressions 	b. expresses 	c. expressive 	 d. expressively
Expressing ______ confidence is important to those who want to succeed in ______ job interview.
a. a / the 	b. the / Ø 	c. a / a 	d. Ø / a
______ nonverbal communication is different from culture to' culture.
a. a. 	b. an 	c. the 	d. Ø
Some people get married not simply because they are ______ love.
a. for 	b. with 	c. in 	d. on
Education is very necessary ______ leading a good life.
a. on 	b. in 	c. for 	d. with
She never looks ______ anyone who she is talking ______. She seems to be lack ______ confidence.
a. at / to / of 	b. for / with / in 	c. up / for / with 	d. on / about / for
He came to ______ for what had happened because he had clearly been in the wrong.
a. apologize 	b. compliment 	c. promise 	d. serve
He had never experienced such discourtesy towards the president as it occurred at the annual meeting in May.
a. politeness 	 b. rudeness 	 c. encouragement 	d. measurement
John looked up at Jane and tried a smile of love, of ______, of gratitude.
a. dislike 	b. unreliability 	c. trust 	d. anger
Body language includes our ______, facial expressions, and gestures.
a. posture 	b. mature 	c. picture 	d. body
Parents interpret facial and vocal expressions as indicators of how a baby is feeling
a. translate 	b. understand 	c. read 	d. comprehend
Later a wine reception will be followed by a concert before guests tuck into a banquet.
a. an enormous breakfast 	b. a formal conference
c. an informal party 	d. a formal party
He asked us do not make so much noise ______ he was working.
a. and that if 	b. and 	c. and that 	d. and added that
She told him _______.
a. patient 	b. to be patient 	c. was patient d. that being patient
Daniel asked me if I thought _______.
a. it will rain today 	b. it will rain that day
c. it would rain today 	d. it would rain that day
Barbara asked me _______ the homework that week.
a. that she must do 	b. if she has to do
c. if she had to do 	d. if did she have to do
Robert wanted to know if I was leaving the _______ Friday.
a. following 	b. ago 	c. previous 	d. before
Jennifer asked me _______ the week before.
a. where had I gone 	b. where I had gone
c. where did I gone 	d. I had gone where
I ______ to the shops, but I ______ anything because I ______ my wallet.
a. go / cannot buy / will lose 	 b. was going / did not buy / have lost
c. am going / am not buying / will lose 	d. went / could not buy / had lost
I _______ well recently. I _______ to see my doctor yesterday. He said that I _______ some rest.
a. do not sleep / went / would need 	b. have not slept / went / needed
c. did not sleep /go / will need 	 d. had not slept / went / had needed
They _______ him for weeks.
a. do not see 	b. did not see 	 c. have not seen 	 d. will not have seen
Every day Mary _______ on the computer, but today she _______ a typewriter because there is no power.
a. types / is using 	b. is tying / uses
c. has typed / will use 	d. types / has used
She said that she hadn't visited the UK _______.
a. before 	b. then 	c. now 	d. ago
Error Identification.
Facial expression involves some of smallest body movements, but its 
 A B
impact may be greater than any other body language.
 C D
Smiles arid grimace can be very effective used in conversation, 
 A B 
but more commonly, we do not tend to think that nonverbal physical 
 C D 
response may be communicating.
I believe that only very self-confident, knowledge and attentive students
 A B
will prefer 100% of eye contact time.
 C D
Teachers often use eye contact in the classroom to decide who is 
 A B C
prepared to answer a question, or that didn't complete his homework 
 D 
assignment.
Beside words the human face is the primary source of information for 
 A B C 
express an individual's internal feelings. 
 D
Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
Body postures and movements are frequently indicators of self-confidence, energy, fatigue, or status. Cognitively, gestures operate to clarify, contradict, or replace verbal messages. Gestures also serve an important function with regard to regulating the flow of conversation. For example, if a student is talking about something in front of the class, single nods of the head from the teacher will likely cause that student to continue and perhaps more elaborate. Postures as well as gestures are used to indicate attitudes, status, affective moods, approval, deception, warmth, arid other variables related to conversation interaction.
The saying "A picture is worth a thousand words" well describes the meaning of facial expressions. Facial appearance - including wrinkles, muscle tone, skin coloration, and eye color-offers enduring cues that reve1il information about age, sex, race, ethnic origin, and status.
A less permanent second set of facial cues-including length of hair, hairstyle, cleanliness, and facial hair-relate to an individual's idea of beauty. A third group of facial markers are momentary expressions that signal that cause changes in the forehead, eyebrows, eyelids, cheeks, nose, lips, and chin, such as raising the eyebrows, wrinkling the brow, curling the lip.
Some facial expressions are readily visible, while others are fleeting. Both types can positively or negatively reinforce the spoken words and convey cues concerning emotions and attitudes. 
Gestures _________.
a. can do nothing with a conversation
b: can clarify the meaning of verbal messages.
c. may interrupt the flow of a conversation
d. can end a conversation more quickly than usual
A nod of the head from the teacher will likely ask his student to _______ what he is saying. 
a. go on 	b. give up 	c. put off 	d. throwaway
According to the writer, "A picture is worth a thousand words" means _______.
a. a picture of a face is more valuable than a thousand words
b. a picture is more important than a thousand words
c. facial gestures can convey a lot of meanings
d. he has just bought a picture with a thousand words on it
How many categories of facial expressions are mentioned?
a. 2 	b. 3 	c. 4 	d. 5
Facial expressions _________.
a. cannot convey emotions 	b. cannot reinforce spoken words
c. can only express negative attitudes 	d. can be either visible or fleeting
Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.
The most dominant and reliable features of facial expressions provide a constant channel of communication. They can be shifty and evasive; convey hate, fear, and guilt; or (41) _____ confidence, love, and support.
Referred to as "mirrors of the soul" our eyes serve as the major decisive factor in (42) _____ the spoken words. The eyes of the man converse as (43) _____ as their tongues, with the advantage that the ocular dialect needs (44) _____ dictionary, but it is understood all over the world. When the eyes say one thing, and the tongue another, a practiced man relies on eyes. Except (45) _____ extremely shy individuals, most people look for social acceptance by studying the eyes of others. Eyes also can (46) _____ indicate a positive or a negative relationship. People tend to look longer and more often at the people whom they trust, respect and care about than at those whom they doubt or (47) _____. Normal eye dilation is not under control of the individual. Personally characteristics such as introversion and extroversion also influence eye behavior. Eye behavior seems (48) ____ particular importance and is generally used to indicate whether one is open to communication. This can be observed when a teacher asks the class a question: students who think they know the answer will generally (49) ____ at the teacher, (50) ____ students who do not know the answer will usually try to avoid eye contact.
a. replace 	b. report 	c. consider 	d. express
a. interpreting 	b. changing 	c. exchanging 	d. transporting
a. much 	b. many 	c. more 	d. a lot
a. not 	b. nor 	c. no 	d. none
a. in 	b. for 	c. of 	d. with
a. accurate 	b. accuracy 	c. accurately 	d. inaccurate
a. love 	b. long 	c. wait 	d. dislike
a. to be 	b. be 	c. being 	d. been
a. notice 	b. look 	c. think 	d. aim
a. as 	b. while 	c. so 	d. because
TEST 2
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.
a. through 	b. other 	c. everything 	d. thanks
a. facial 	b. communicate 	c. contact 	d. carpet
a. sometimes 	b. gestures 	c. interests 	d. examples
a. included 	b. wanted 	c. decided 	d. noticed
a. allow 	b. tomorrow 	c. slowly 	d. below
Choose a, b, c, or d that best completes each unfinished sentence, substitutes the underlined part, or has a close meaning to the original one.
He was so _______ that he could not even say a word.
a. nerve 	b. nerves 	c. nervous 	d. nervously
I am really _______ in the way he talks, but the way he behaves.
a. interest 	b. interested 	c. interesting 	 d. interestingly
His attitude made me really _______.
a. anger 	b. angers 	c. angry 	d. angrily
We can communicate not only through _______ words but also through _______ body language.
a. Ø / Ø	 b. the / the 	c. Ø / the 	d. the / Ø
He has not kept in touch with us for _______ long time.
a. a 	b. an 	c. the 	d. Ø
He got angry _______ me when I said that-he was wrong.
a. on 	b. upon 	c. with d. for
A smile is a sign _______ friendliness and interest.
a. on 	b. about 	c. of 	d. from
Peter is very busy _______ his new house.
a. over 	b. with 	c. for 	d. on
The meaning from touch is dependent _______ the context, the relationship between communicators, and the manner of touch.
a. in 	b. upon 	c. with 	d. from
When communicating, nonverbal messages can _______ with verbal messages in some ways.
a. act 	b. interact 	c. mix 	d. go
_______ can be defined as communication include handshakes, holding hands, kissing, back slapping, a pat on the shoulder, and brushing an arm.
a. Touches 	b. Eye contact 	c. Facial expressions 	d. Wink
A gesture is a non-vocal bodily _______ intended to express meaning.
a. action 	b. glance 	c. contact 	d. movement
Children can be a little _______ and they like to see quick results.
a. shy 	b. slow 	c. impatient 	d. polite
They do their work with such cheerfulness, _______ and unselfish dedication.
a. friendliness	 	b. laziness 	c. politeness 	d. shyness
An important source of dissatisfaction was a _______ of challenge.
a. lack 	b. measurement 	c. sight 	d. contact
When I _______ up this morning, my roommate _______ already.
a. am waking / leaves 	b. wake / has left
c. woke / had left 	d. was waking / left
Someone at the door. I _______ it.
a. is knocking / will answer 	b. knocked / would answer
c. knocks / have answered 	d. would knock / was answering
In five minutes, they _______ for three hours on the phone.
a. are talking 	b. have talked 	c. will talk d. will have been talking
These workers _______ on strike to ask for higher salary at present.
a. are going 	b. was going 	c. have gone 	d. had gone
I _______ him very much. He is so brilliant. 
a. like 	b. am liking 	c. have liked 	d. was liking
John said that his brother _______ at home then.
a. is 	b. was 	c. were 	d. has been
Max told me _______ a book in the evening.
a. if he often reads 	b. he has often read
c. that he often read 	d. he was reading
Mary told me _______ home at that moment she _______ her parents with the farm work.
a. that if she was / had helped
b. if she were / will have helped
c. that if she had been / would have helped
d. that she had been / would have helped
Tim asked Sarah _______ English so far.
a. she had been learning how long 	b. how long was she learning
c. how long .she has been learning d. how long she had been learning
Tom said that he had been to England _______.
a. ten years before 	b. the years ago
c. the following ten years 	d. the next ten years
Choose the sentence which has the closest, meaning to the original one.
Lan suggested going out for dinner. .
a. Lan said, "Why don't we go out for dinner?"
b. Lan said, "Do you want to go out for dinner?" 
c. Lan said, "Must we go out for dinner?"
d. Lan said, "Will you go out for dinner?"
"I'm sorry. I can't help you," Peter said to me.
a. Peter promised to help me. 	b. Peter approved of helping me.
c. Peter regretted not to help me. 	d. Peter regretted not helping me.
"It is a surprising gift. Thank you very much, Mary," said Mr. Pike.
a. Mr. Pike promised to give Mary a surprising gift.
b. Mr. Pike thanked Mary although she did not really like gift.
c. Mr. Pike thanked. Mary for the surprising gift.
d. Mr. Pike congratulated Mary on the surprising gift.
Peter promised to pick Mary up at 10 o'clock.
a. Peter said, "Mary, I will pick you up at 10 o'clock."
b. Peter said, "Mary, I am sorry for not picking you up at 10 o'clock."
c. Peter said.' "Mary, I am too busy to pick you up at 10 o'clock."
d. Peter said, "Let's pick Mary up atl0 o'clock."
"If I were you, I would take a break," Tom said to Daisy.
a. Tom wanted to take a break with Daisy.
b. Tom advised Daisy to take a break.
c. Tom suggested not taking a break.
d. Tom wanted to take a break, and so did Daisy.
Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
Verbal and nonverbal messages within the same interaction can sometimes send opposing or conflicting messages: A person verbally expressing a statement of truth while avoiding eye contact may convey a mixed message to the receiver in the interaction. Conflicting messages may occur for a variety of reasons often stemming from feelings of uncertainty, ambivalence, or frustration. When mixed messages occur, nonverbal communication becomes the primary tool people use to attain additional information to clarify the situation; great attention is placed on bodily movements and positioning when people perceive mixed messages during interactions. Accurate interpretation of messages is made easier when nonverbal and verbal communication complement each other. Nonverbal cues can be used to elaborate on verbal messages to reinforce the information sent when trying to achieve communicative goals; messages have been shown to be remembered better when nonverbal signals affirm the verbal exchange. Nonverbal behavior is sometimes used as the sole channel for communication of a message. People learn to identify facial expressions, body movements, and body positioning as corresponding with specific feelings and intentions. Nonverbal signals can be used without verbal communication to convey messages; when nonverbal behavior does not effectively communicate a message, verbal methods are used to enhance understanding. Nonverbal behavior also regulates our conversations. Touch, voice pitch, and gestures are some of the tools people use to accent or amplify the message that is sent. Nonverbal behavior can also he used to moderate or tone down aspects of verbal messages as well. For example, a person who is verbally expressing anger may stress the verbal message by shaking a fist.
That verbal and nonverbal messages interact in a conversation may sometimes send opposing or conflicting messages.
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information
That we are talking to someone but do not have eye contact with him/her may lead to a mixed message?
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information
When mixed messages occurred, words are mainly used to clarify the meaning.
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information
Nonverbal communication is always effective.
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information
For some people, they shake hands and grin when they are happy.
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information
Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.
At some point, we have all done something for which we have hurt someone else or have wronged someone in some way. We have done something for which we feel compelled to apologize. We are human, (41) _____ of us, and as a fallible human being, we have all made mistakes.
The problem is not in the number of mistakes we make, but rather in the (42) _____ we handle those mistakes. However, most people do not know how to apologize (43) _____ and by the same token, many do not know how to properly accept an apology given.
When you have wronged someone in some way, intentionally (44) ___ not, and you would like to repair the wrong you have done to them or at least repair the rift in the relationship that the wrong caused, (45) ____ apology is usually one of the first steps in the process of showing your good (46) ____. Before you can apologize, you must know what it is for which you should apologize. (47) _____ should you know what you are apologizing for, but the person to whom you extend your apology should know as well. 
Keep these four simple how to apologize steps in (48) _____:
Identify the behavior for which you should apologize.
Offer your sincere (49) _____ along with an explanation of why you are apologizing.
Offer a solution to the problem or an assurance that the behavior will change. 
Make every (50) _____ to resolve the issue or change the behavior. If you keep these four steps about how to apologize in mind, and practice them when the occasion arises for you to apologize, your apologies will mean more and diffuse problem situations before they get out of hand and cause permanent damage to your relationships.
a. most 	b. the most 	c. almost 	d. mostly
a. trace 	b. path 	c. road	d. way
a. excellently 	b. properly 	c. exactly 	d. accurately
a. but 	b. and 	c. nor 	d. or 
a. a 	b. an 	c. the 	d. Ø
a. attention 	b. attendance 	c. intention 	d. gestures
a. Nor 	b. Neither 	c. Only 	d. Not only
a. hand 	b. brain 	c. mind 	d. heart
a. apology 	b. apologize 	c. apologizer 	d. apologetic
a. effect 	b. effort 	c. attempt 	d. best

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