Bài tập Unit 3 môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 12

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Bài tập Unit 3 môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 12
UNIT 3 – WAYS OF SOCIALISING
TEST 1
I – PHONETICS:
A – Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest:
1. A. hear	B. clear	C. bear	D. ear
2. A. university	B. unique	C. unit	D. undo
B – Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest:
3. A. answer	B. begin	C. refuse	D. complain
4. A. service	B. decade	C. server	D. around
5. A. knowledge	B. enjoy	C. science	D. sudden
II – VOCABULARY and GRAMMAR:
6. When the teacher wants to get someone’s attention in class........................is perfectly acceptable.
	A. speaking	B. waving	C. smiling	D. pointing
7. An article in the newspaper.......................my attention.
	A. caught	B. attracted	C. got	D. all are correct
8. Mr. John enjoys socializing with young people in the neighborhood.
	A. meeting	B. talking	C. playing	D. mixing
9. Body language is a potent form of.........................communicaiton.
	A. verbal	B. non- verbal	C. tongue	D. oral
10. The requirement is that the applicant must have good......................skills.
	A. verbal	B. verbalized	C. non – verbal	D. verbally
11. Harry asked me if................to school regularly.
	A. I went	B. did I go	C. did I went	D. I did go
12. “Please don’t use the shower after midnight”
	A. Would you mine not to use the shower?
	B. Would you like to use the shower after midnight?
	C. I don’t want to use the shower.
	D. Would you mind not using the shower after midnight?
13. “How old do you think this house is?”
	A. Do you know when the house is built?	B. When do you think the house was built?
	C. When do you think the house is built?	D. When is the house built?
14. “You’d better give up smoking”
	A. The doctor suggested his patient should give up smoking.
	B. The doctor suggested his patient gives up smoking
	C. The doctor suggested his patient to give up smoking
	D. The doctor suggested his patient giving up smoking.
15. I wondered.....................
	A. how many pupils were in the class.	B. how many pupils there were in the class.
	C. how many pupils there was in the class.	D. how many pupils in the class there were.
16. Mary wanted to know...............interested in any kind of sports.
	A. if I was	B. whether was I	C. if I have been	D. whether I am
17. This is........................I’ve ever done.
	A. the very long exercise	B. the longest exercise	
	C. the most long exercise	D. the more long exercise 
18. John said that no other car could go....................
	A. so fast like his car	B. as fast like his car.
	C. as far like the car of him	D. as fast as his car.
19. It’s......................I’ve ever seen.
	A. most corner dangerous	B. the most dangerous corner	
	C. most dangerous corner	D. the most corner dangerous
20. The day was so.....................that we decided to take a picnic lunch to the beach.
	A. clear and warmly	B. clearly and warmly	C. clearly and warm	D. clear and warm
21. The coffee was so strong that we couldn’t drink it.
The coffee was too strong for us to drink.
It was such a strong coffee that we couldn’t drink it.
The coffee was too strong for us to drink it.
The coffee was very strong but we could drink it.
22. It was.........................that I fell asleep.
	A. so boring speech	B. such a boring speech	C. such a speech boring	D. such boring speech
23. Our village had.......................money available for education that the schools had to close.
	A. so little	B. so few	C. so much	D. so many
24. David has...................many patients.....................he is always busy.
	A. too – that	B. such – that	C. so – that	D. very – until
25. We haven’t got much time. We .......................hurry.
	A. need	B. needn’t	C. must	D. mustn’t
26. We hav enough food at home so we......................go shopping.
	A. don’t need	B. mustn’t	C. needn’t	D. mustn’t to
27. She said she would move to New York.....................following week.
	A. a	B. an	C. the	D. some
28. Non – verbal communication has been defined as communication.........................words.
	A. without	B. with	C. on	D. by
29. John : Which shirt do you prefer?	Peter :	
	A. They are both great.	B. Not so much
	C. It’s too big	D. They are expensive but nice
30. John: David isn’t well.	Peter:	
	A. What’s the matter with him?	B. How long does he take?
	C.Why did he do it?	D. How is he?
31. The more he tried,................................he felt.
	A. the more tired	B. the tired	C. more tired	D. the most tired
32. “Do you think this test is easy?” he asked.
	A. He asked if I think this test is easy.	B. He asked if I thought that test was easy.
	C. He asked if the test was easy.	D. He asked whether the test was easy for me.
33. She said to us: “Don’t be late”
	A. She told not being late.	B. She told us not to be late.
	C. We can’t get there late.	D. She didn’t want us be late.
34. My teacher said to me: “Have you done the exercise yet?”
	A. My teacher asked me have you sone the exercise yet.
	B. My teacher asked me if I had done the exercise yet.
	C. My teacher asked me had I done the exercise yet.
	D. My teacher asked me I had done the exercise yet.
35. Peter plays the guitar worse than his brother.
	A. Peter’s brother doesn’t play the guitar as well as he does.
	B. Peter’s brother plays the guitar better than he is.
	C. Peter’s brother plays the guitar better than he does.
	D. Peter’s brother doesn’t play the guitar as badly as he does.
III – Find the underlined part in each sentence that should be corrected:
36. Peter said his (A) son not (B) to behave so (C) impolitely in the (D) street.
37. I told him (A) pass the word to (B) Jane somehow that I would be (C) trying to her during (D) the early hours.
38. Kate asked (A)me what (B) that word means (C ) in English (D).
39. Her mother said that (A) she can (B) leave the (C) house for the party the next wek (D). 
40. Emily said (A) that her teacher would go to (B) London the next (C) day and that she will return (D) the next Sunday.
IV – Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answers:
	Communication in general is a process of sending and receiving messages that enables humans to share knowledge, attitudes and skills. Although we usually identify communication with speech, communication is composed of two dimensions – verbal and nonverbal.
	Non – verbal communication has been defined as communication without words. It includes apparent behaviors such as facial expressions, eyes, touching, tone of voice, as well as less obvious, messages such as dress, posture and spatial distance between two or more people.
	Activity or inactivity, words or silence all have message value: they influence others and these others, in turn, repond to these communication and thus they are communicating.
	Commonly, nonverbal communcaiton is leanred shortly after birth and practiced and refined through a person’s lifetime. Children first learn nonverbal expressions by watching and imitating, much as they learn verbal skills.
	Young children know far more than they can verbalize and are generally more adept at reading nonverbal cues than adults are because of their limited verbal skills and their recent reliance on the nonverbal to communicate. As children develop verbal skills, nonverbal channels of communication do not cease to exist although they become entwinced in the total communication process.
41. According to the writer,.................
	A. nonverbal language is only used by the deaf and the mute.
	B. one cannot communicate in both verbal and nonverbal language.
	C. those who can listen and talk should not use non – verbal and verbal communication.
	D. people communicate with both verbal and non verbal language.
42. Which is not included in nonverbal communication?
	A. words	B. spatial distance	C. facial expression	D. tone of voive
43. We can learn from the text that.......................
	A. nonverbal can never get any responses.
	B. most people do not like nonverbal communication.	
	C. even silence has message value.
	D. touching is not accepted in communicating.
44. Human beings.................
	A. have learnt how to communicate in nonverbal language through books.
	B. can communicate in nonverbal language only when they are mature.
	C. have learnt how to communicate in nonverbal language since a child.
	D. communicate in nonverbal language much less than they do in verbal language.
45. The word “reading” has a close meaning to.......................
	A. looking at the words that are written.	B. understanding.
	C. saying something aloud.	D. expression. 
V – Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase:
	Speech is one of the most important (46)..................................of communication. It consists of far more than just making noises. To talk and also to (47)........................by other people, we have to speak a language, that is , we have to use combinaitons of (48).........................that everyone agrees stand for a particular object or idea. Communication would be impossible if everyone made up their own language.
Learning a language properly is very (49)........................ The basic (50)......................of English is not very large, and only about 2,000 words are needed to speak it quite well.
46. A. ways	B. reasons	C. rules	D. tests
47. A. be examed	B. be talked	C. be understood	D. be spoken
48. A. sounds	B. languages	C. systems	D. talks
49. A. important	B. expensive	C. simple	D. easy
50. A. word	B. vocabulary	C. grammar	D. structure
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TEST 2
I – PHONETICS:
A – Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest:
1. A. proper	B. course	C. force	D. talk
2. A. blind	B. disable	C. idea	D. hide
B – Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest:
3. A. attract	B. sentence	C. orphan	D. verbal
4. A. discuss	B. pointing	C. airport	D. schoolboy
5. A. whistle	B. table	C. someone	D. transfer
II – VOCABULARY and GRAMMAR:
Choose from the four options given (marked A, B, C and D) one best answer:
6. When the play finished the audience stood up and......................their hands loudly.
	A. nodded	B. shook	C. clapped	D. hold
7. He is not really friendly and makes no attempt to be...................
	A. social	B. polite	C. sociable	D. impolite
8. ........................our hands to get the person’s attention is considered to be impolite or even rude.
	A. Raising	B. Shaking	C. Clapping	D. Pointing
9. When you are in a restaurant, you can raise your hand slightly to show that you need assistant.
	A. bill	B. menu	C. food	D. help
10. In many cultures, people signify their argument by...............................their head.
	A. turning	B. raising	C. nooding	D. pointing
11. The mother asked her son.........................
	A. where he has been	B. where he had been	C. where has he been	D. where had he been
12. Martin asked me......................
	A. how is my father	B. how my father is	C. how was my father	D. how my father was
13. He advised..........................too far.
	A. her did not go	B. her does not go	C. her not to go	D. her to not go
14. Nancy asked me why I had not gone to New York the summer......................
	A. before	B. ago	C. following	D. previous
15. The man said to the three boys, “I’m so grateful to you”
	A. The man told the three boys he was so grateful to him.
	B. The man said to the three boys he was so grateful to them.
	C. The man told the three boys he was so grateful to them.
	D. The man told to the three boys he has been so grateful to him.
16. I’m having..............................wonderful time in Belem that I don’t want to go home.
	A. so	B. such	C. a so	D. such a
17. John is much..........................than I thought.
	A. stronger	B. more strong	C. as strong	D. the strongest
18. They didn’t sell...........................to make it worthwhile.
	A. tickets enough	B. tickets too	C. too tickets	D. enough tickets
19. It’s...........................to walk – I’ll take the bus.
	A. enough far	B. far enough	C. too far	D. too much far
20. It was.............................to rescue the drowning boy.
	A. so late as	B. much late	C. too late	D. very late
21. The competition makes the price of goods...............................and...........................
	A. more cheap / more cheap	B. more cheap / cheaper
	C. cheaper / more cheap	D. cheaper / cheaper
22. Of the three boys, Harry is the most.....................
	A. most baby – bred	B. more baby – bred	C. same baby – bred	D. baby – bredest
23. This bed is not wide.........................for two people ......................
	A. too / to sleep in	B. enough / to sleep in	C. too / to sleep	D. enough / to sleep
24. The speaker gave.....................that most of audience felt sleepy.
	A. so a long talk	B. such long talk	C. such a long talk	D. so long talk
25. He is very wealthy. He .......................to work.
	A. needn’t	B. needs	C. doesn’t need	D. mustn’t
26. It’s a double yellow line. You.......................park your car there.
	A. needn’t	B. needs	C. doesn’t need	D. mustn’t
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