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

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Bài tập Sách Mai Lan Hương Lớp 12 - Test yourself E
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.
a. maneuver 	b. integral 	c. against 	d. aquatic
a. synchronized 	b. psychology 	c. carry 	d. activity
a. exercise 	b. diving 	c. physics 	d. variety
a. swimming 	b. throwing	 	c. water 	d. switch
a. improve 	b. lose 	c. oppose 	d. movement
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.
Scuba diving is swimming underwater or taking part ________ another activity while using a scuba set.
a. on 	b. from 	c. for 	d. in 
Can you tell me some sports which are closely related ________ water?
a. in	 b. on 	c. with 	d. to
We can reduce the risk of many diseases ________ swimming.
a. by 	b. for 	c. with 	d. on
I often read books and newspapers for ________ entertainment.
a. a 	b. an 	c. the 	d. Ø
When we were in Hawaii, we often spent ________ time walking along the beach and enjoying the fresh air.
a. a 	b. an 	c. the 	d. Ø
Books which describe real things or events are called ______ non-fiction
a. a 	b. an 	c. the 	d. Ø
The main uses of books are to provide entertainment and ________.
a. inform 	b. information 	c. informative 	d. informer
The player gave a hard shot ________ straight into the opposing goal.
a. beauty 	b. beautiful 	c. beautify 	d. beautifully
Swimming produces both ________ and physical benefits.
a. psychology 	 b. psychological 	 c. psychologist d. psychologically
We were really impressed by the ________ of the synchronized swimmers. They were dancing very attractively.
a. enjoyment 	b. entertainment 	c. performance 	d. breathing
Sports and festivals form an integral part of every human society.
a. essential 	b. informative 	c. invented 	d. exciting
A ________ is a tube through which a person swimming just under the surface of the sea can breathe.
a. maneuver 	b. volume 	c. photograph 	d. snorkel
Books are a primary means for dissemination of knowledge and information.
a. attempt 	b. distribution 	c. invention 	d. variety
In synchronized swimming, the players perform beautiful maneuvers to music and diving.
a. swimming suits 	b. tools for swimming
c. scuba sets 	d. movements that need skill and care
Thanks to the ______ of paper, many books have been kept for a very long time.
a. information 	b. knowledge 	c. durability 	d. portability
Mary eats ________ she used to.
a. fewer meat and bananas than 
b. less and less meat and bananas than
c. less meat and fewer bananas than 
d. the least meat and fewest bananas than
Summer is coming. It gets ________.
a. hot and hot 	b. hotter and hotter 
c. more and more hot 	d. the least hot
What time shall we leave? - ________.
a. Soonest and best 	b. The soonest the best
c. Sooner better 	d. The sooner the better
The residents ________ that there is a crocodile at large in the area.
a. must be warned 	b. must have warned 
c. may warned 	d. may be warning
These boxes ________ with care.
a. should have handled 	b. should be handling
c. should handle 	d. should be handled
200,000 spectators ________ to witness the three-hour ceremony.
a. were gathered the park 	b. have been gathered the park
c. gathered at the park 	d. gathered the park
The opening ceremonies of the 23rd Southeast Asian games ________ at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila.
a. held 	b. was held 	c. was holding 	d. had held
Thousands of cranes ________.
a. will be returned the spring 	b. will return the spring
c. will be returned in the spring 	d. will return in the spring
Books which describe imaginary events ________ fiction.
a. are called 	b. called 	c. is calling 	d. call
Peter ________ when we came into the discotheque. 
a. was dancing Mary 	b. was dancing with Mary
c. was danced by Mary 	d. had danced Mary
Error Identification.
Reading is an important skill that benefits children in many way, and 
 A B C
can turn into an extremely rewarding hobby later in life.
Reading can be a way to escape from a bad day, a way to self- entertain,
 A B C
and a tool which students can use to succeed for many other subjects.
Although to some people reading is a favored way to spend time, 
 A B 
but others just do not like reading.
 C D
One of the best ways to encourage your children to read are to provide
 A B C
interesting titles for them to enjoy.
Everyone likes reading more better than usual when they like the subject.
 A B C D 
Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
The primary attraction of snorkeling is the opportunity to observe underwater life in a natural setting, such as coral reefs, fish, starfish, and mollusks. Other organisms that can be seen while snorkeling include various forms of seaweed, jellyfish, shrimp and $ea turtles. Snorkeling requires no special training, only the ability to swim and to breathe through the snorkel. However, it is considered advisable that one get some instruction from a tour guide, dive shop, or equipment rental shop, any of which often can be found around popular snorkeling locations. Instruction generally covers equipment usage, basic safety, what to look for, and what to look out for, including how not to damage fragile organisms such as coral. As with scuba diving, it is always recommended that one, should not snorkel alone, but rather with a friend, a guide, or a tour group.
Swim fins used in snorkeling are usually longer than those used in diving. Snorkel is a tube about thirty centimeters (twelve inches) long, usually J-shaped, fitted with a mouthpiece, and constructed of rubber or plastic. It is used for breathing air from above the water surface when the mouth and nose are submerged, either when snorkeling or during a surface swim before or after scuba diving. The snorkel usually has a piece of rubber that attaches the snorkel to the outside of the strap of the diving mask, as sticking the snorkel in between the strap and the mask could cause the mask to leak, or risk losing the snorkel should the diver choose to switch to scuba.
Typically, the diving mask also serves to prevent breathing through the nose, so that one is forced to breathe through the snorkel. This also provides some negative pressure which helps keep the .mask sealed against the face, though attempting to breathe out through the nose can break this seal and fog the mask.
Snorkeling ________.
a. offers divers an opportunity to observe marine life
b. needs a very special training
c. does not require an ability to swim
d. is too dangerous for everybody to enjoy
We cannot get instructions for snorkeling from ________.
a. a college 	b. a tour guide
c. a dive shop 	d. an equipment rental shop
A snorkeler should not ________.
a. rent diving equipment 	b. use any equipment
c. dive with a friend 	d. dive alone
The snorkel ________.
a. is a long rope 	b. has swim fins
c. is made of rubber or plastic 	d. is longer than 12 inches
The snorkeler breathes through his ________.
a. nose 	b. mouth 	c. fin 	d. face
Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.
Scuba diving is a beautiful (41) _____, which allows people to view a whole different world. We enter (42) _____ unknown world in which the danger of scuba diving has been taken into account. The dangers all into two groups: those in the ocean itself and that of the individual.
There are (43) _____ many things that the beginner diver needs to remember and understand. A comprehensive scuba diving course is (44) ___ because there are lessons which you need to know and understand before even going near the ocean.
In all the parts of the training, always diving with a partner is (45) _____ to be very important to reduce danger and the diver and hid friend can observe each other at all times during any dive. It is advisable to have a partner who is a more experienced diver with a new diver, or someone who .is not confident (46) _____.
The reason for learning skills which is prior to getting into the ocean has two effects. The first one is the (47) _____ to know what to do in a situation. The second one is to have the confidence to carry out the actions without panic. Panic is a danger that will take away the taught skills as it is an emotional response.
The other dangers of scuba diving are in the (48) ___ life. Having some knowledge of the underwater life of the area you are diving in, can make you (49) _____ of the risks. This means you can avoid animals which may become aggressive when approached. Also you need to know the poisons or sharp teeth that could be a problem in this world, which is new to you.
The many dangers of scuba diving are real and knowing what to expect and. How to deal with it can (50) _____ you safe.
a. way 	b. encouragement 	c. experience 	d. sport
a. a 	b. an 	c. the 	d. Ø
a. so 	b. too 	c. far 	d. very
a. promised 	b. told 	c. allowed 	d. required
a. risen 	b. appeared 	c. seemed 	d. considered
a. either 	b. enough 	c. so 	d. too
a. able 	b. unable 	c. ability 	d. enable
a. mountainous 	b. human 	c. marine 	d. wild
a. aware 	b. interested 	c. excited 	d. popular
a. keep 	b. help 	c. assist 	d. protect
Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.
a. maneuver 	b. synchronized 	c. distribute 	d. aquatic
a. various 	b. integral 	c. opponent 	d. popular
a. acknowledge 	b. physical 	c. successful 	d. continue
a. activity 	b. psychology 	c. information 	 d. development
a. perform 	b. invent 	c. attempt 	d. motion
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.
They like aquatic sports, ______ the other hand, they cannot swimming.
a. on 	b. in 	c. at 	d. off
When you swim, you move ________ water by making movements with your arms and legs.
a. on 	b. above 	c. through 	d. by
I often think ________ reading books as a form of entertainment.
a. after 	b. for 	c. up 	d. of
Swimming is ________ integral part of almost all water-based activities.
a. a 	b. an 	c. the 	d. Ø
________ water ballet is one of my favorite aquatic sports.
a. A 	b. An 	c. The 	d. Ø
The player of the visiting team scored the only goal in ______ first half.
a. a 	b. an 	c. the 	d. Ø
Scuba diving is still evolving, but general classifications have grown to describe various diving ________.
a. acts 	b. actors 	c. actions 	d. activities
To be safe under water, ________ need to be able to control their rate of descent and ascent in the water.
a. divers 	b. dive 	c. diving 	d. dives
We choose from a ________ of shore excursions including tours of the islands, swimming, golf, sailing or snorkeling.
a. vary 	b. various 	c. varied 	d. variety
When a diver is in the water, he uses a snorkel to ________ through.
a. chew 	b. swallow 	c. digest 	d. breathe
Aquatic sports have long been acknowledged as excellent ways to take physical exercise.
a. reduced 	b. encouraged 	c. recognized 	d. practiced
I'm a great believer in the ________ of reading books and taking up a sport, which offer you both knowledge and healthy.
a. benefits 	b. exercises 	c. practices 	d. points
Underwater activities are less varied and the most popular of which are snorkeling and scuba diving.
a. portable 	b. diverse 	c. familiar 	d. durable
When you play any sport, you may face the __ of being hurt and injured.
a. invention 	b. risk 	c. process 	d. support
Of the sports, underwater or on the ground, football is the most ________, and World Cup is always the greatest sport event.
a. serious 	b. various 	c. informative 	d. popular
________ become addicted to the Internet.
a. More and more people 	b. The more and more people
c. More people and people 	d. The most people
Life is getting ________.
a. more and more complicated 	b. more than complicated
c. most and most complicated 	d. least and least complicated
________ you read, ________ you get.
a. The books more / the knowledge more
b. The most books / the most knowledge
c. More and more books / more arid more knowledge
d. The more books / the more knowledge
Something ________ about global warming or else some types of penguins will perish from the earth. 
a. should do b. should be done c. should be doing d. should have done
A lot of cows ________ on a productive farm.
a. can raise 	b. can be raising 	c. can be raised 	d. cannot raise
Nuclear waste ________ as a liquid in stainless-steel containers which are encased in concrete.
a. must store b. must be storing c. must be stored d. must have stored
The contract ________ by Mary, a. new secretary in our company because it had some mistakes.
a. was seemed to typed 	b. was seemed to be typed
c. seemed to type 	d. seemed to be typed
Before he ________ the project, Bill had to contact an expert in pesticide-use management.
a. could finish 	b. could be finished 
c. had been finished 	d. had to be finished
There are ________.
a. twice as much cars in this area as there was
b. as twice many cars in this area as they were
c. twice as many cars in this area than there used to be
d. twice as many cars in this area as there used to be
Try this question. It is ________.
a. less difficult 	b. less and, less difficult
c. least difficult 	d. more and more difficult
Choose a, b, c, or d that best fills in the blank.
"To Build a Fire", ________, was first published in 1908.
a. a short story by Jack London, he was an American author,
b. a short story was written by Jack London, an American author,
c. a short story by Jack London, an American author.
d. a short story by Jack London, an American author,
The story is about a man, , .suffered extreme weather conditions.
a. traveled to camp in Yukon during the winter and he, and his dog
b. traveling to camp in Yukon during the winter and he, together with his dog 
c. he traveled to camp in Yukon during the winter so he, with his dog
d. who traveled to camp in Yukon in the winter so that he, together with his dog 
The man managed to build a fire to keep himself and the dog from freezing ________.
a. so he could not keep the fire in flame because he ran out of matches
b. and he was unable to keep the fire in flame, therefore he ran out of matches
c. but he could not keep ,the fire in flame and then ran °!It of matches
d. as he could not keep the fire in flame and because of this, he ran out of matches
________, the man felt panic and even considered killing his dog to keep himself warm, but he failed.
a. Because it got colder and colder 
b. Although it got more and more cold
c. If only it had got colder and colder 
d. As though he had got colder and colder
The man fell down and died in' the snow. ________.
a. His dog which smelt the death and left away
b. As his dog smelt the death and left away
c. His dog smelt the death and so leaving away
d. His dog smelt the death and left away
Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
Did you know that reading can keep your mind active and engaged well into old age? Several years ago when I was working as a newspaper reporter, I interviewed a woman who was a resident at a local nursing home. She was 100 years old. She read at least one book per week. She was bright, intelligent and fun to talk with. "I love to read. It helps me keep up with what is going on in the world," she said. "A friend of mine brings me a new book every week. I look forward to her visits and I look forward to the books. We talk about the books we have read."
Reading has other benefits, as well. For one thing, reading a good story can help you forget some of the problems in your own life. "I can't get around much anymore," said the 100-year-old woman who lived in the nursing home. "When I go somewhere, I have to go in a wheelchair now. But when I read, I can go anywhere, anytime I want. And no one has to help me!"
Reading also sets a good example for younger generations. From my own experience as an English teacher, I have observed that the best readers are those students who have parents that enjoy reading. I am not talking about only reading novels or nonfiction books. Newspapers and magazines are important too. If you do read yourself, your actions will communicate more to your children and grandchildren about how much you value reading than anything you could ever say. If the opportunity presents itself, I urge you to take the time to read to a child, or take the time to let a child see you reading. Everyone will benefit, the child, you, and our society.
Reading helps to make readers look younger than their age.
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information
A friend of the 100-year-old woman living in the local nursing home borrowed books from a public library
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information
Reading a book means you are travelling to the places which are mentions in the book.
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information.
The writer advises us to read books and consider it as a good example to our future generations.
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information
Only readers get benefits from reading.
a. True 	b. False 	c. No information
Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.
Scuba diving takes you to an entirely different world. To enter this world one needs to take the necessary (41) ____, without which the diver life could be at risk. Like in all other adventure sport, scuba diving is not free (42) ____ danger. Necessary precautions need to be taken to ensure a smooth and happy diving journey. Scuba divers should keep themselves updated about the marine life around that region and the risk involved there. The (43) _____ will help them to avoid animals that turn aggressive on being approached. The weather forecast and the current beneath and the water (44) _____ on the date of the dive also need to be kept in mind. There is a possibility that the diver may get too engrossed in viewing the (45) _____ at the bottom of the sea and swimming against the current may make it difficult for him to reach his destination.
Getting trained through classes of scuba diving will help the diver to (46) _____ the dangers. Divers should make sure that all their equipments are in good condition and working properly. The scuba diver needs to show a certain level of responsibility too.
The diver needs to remember his lessons well while (47) _____ in the sea. Taking things for granted and forgetting his lesson could go against him and is a foremost danger of scuba diving. Diving with experience could reduce the danger of scuba diving.
Avoid diving while (48) _____ from cold, allergies and infections, as intake of some of the medications could make you sleepy. .
A common problem is that scuba divers experience ear pain, which is mainly caused (49) _____ pressure changes. The other problems related to scuba diving are bruises, scrapes and cuts which normally occur because of shipwrecks, coral and reefs. Diving too fast also (50) ______ serious consequences and over expansion and contraction of lungs could result in serious disabilities. So remember not to be reckless and hasty while scuba diving.
a. training 	b. education 	c. schooling 	d. exercising
a. on 	b. from 	c. for 	d. in
a. award 	b. development 	c. awareness 	d. adventure
a. cases 	b. residents 	c. conditions 	d. situations
a. beauty 	b. beautiful 	c. beautify 	d. beautifully
a. practice 	b. protect 	c. provide 	d. encounter
a. floating 	b. swimming 	c. walking 	d. flowing
a. suffering 	b. keeping 	c. having 	d. being
a. so 	b. so that 	c. while 	d. due to
a. leads 	b. makes 	c. causes 	d. puts

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