Đề kiểm tra 1 tiết lớp 12 môn Tiếng Anh đề số 12 năm 2012-2013

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Đề kiểm tra 1 tiết lớp 12 môn Tiếng Anh đề số 12 năm 2012-2013

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I. Which word has the different stress pattern from the rest? (0.5 point)
1.

A. water
B. football
C. begin
D. meter
2.
A. development
B. cooperation
C. surprisingly
D. facility
II. Which word has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest? (0.75 point)
1.

A. interfered
B. allowed
C. visited
D. played
2.
A. gold
B. region
C. organize
D. game
3.
A. treatment
B. struggle
C. initiate
D. total

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ĐỀ KIỂM TRA 1 TIẾT NĂM 2012 - 2013 ĐỀ SỐ 12 MÔN: TIẾNG ANH – LỚP 12 Thời gian: … I. Which word has the different stress pattern from the rest? (0.5 point) 1. A. water B. football C. begin D. meter 2. A. development B. cooperation C. surprisingly D. facility II. Which word has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest? (0.75 point) 1. A. interfered B. allowed C. visited D. played 2. A. gold B. region C. organize D. game 3. A. treatment B. struggle C. initiate D. total III. Choose the best answer. (3.75 points) 1. The referee had no hesitation in awarding the visiting team a _______. A. penalty B. penalize C. penal D. penalization 2. The goalie tried to catch _______ ball, but he failed. A. a B. an C. the D. Ø 3. Most referees often wears _______ black. A. in B. for C. with D. on 4. The burglar _______. A. has been disappeared with the cash B. disappeared the cash C. disappeared with the cash D. was disappeared with the cash 5. Ellen _______ and sang her song. A. nodded to the audience B. nodded the audience C. was nodding the audience D. was nodded to the audience 6. Vietnam recommended archery, vovinam, billiards-snooker and canoeing _______ official sports at the games. A. at B. with C. as D. in 7. _______, the athlete broke the world's record with two attempts. A. Surprise B. Surprised C. Surprising D. Surprisingly 8. My neighbor is driving me mad! It seems that _______ it is at night, _______ he plays his music! A. the less / the more loud B. the less / less C. the more late / the more loudlier D. the later / the louder 9. The Sears Tower is _______ building in Chicago. A. taller B. the more tall C. the tallest D. taller and taller 10. As she did so, her parents became _______. A. the angriest B. the most angry C. the more angry D. angrier and angrier 11. In former days, after the battles soldiers on both sides died or were left wounded on the field without any _______ attendance and basic care. A. medicine B. medical C. medication D. medically 12. The International Red Cross helps to ensure respect for the human being, and to prevent and relieve human _______. A. protection B. enjoyment C. wealthy D. sufferings 13. _______ is a situation in which large numbers of people have little or no food, and many of them die. A. Disaster B. Famine C. Poverty D. Flood 14. Everything is _______ you. I cannot make _______ my mind yet. A. out off / on B. up to / up C. away from / for D. on for / off 15. The customer had tried ____ some blouses but none of them suited her. A. at B. with C. in D. on IV. Read the text and choose the correct answers. (2 points) The 22nd SEA Games, hosted this year by Vietnam, has joined the international movement to rid sports of tobacco. For the first time, the regional sporting event will be tobacco-free under a landmark cooperative agreement signed in April 2003 between the World Health Organization (WHO), the 22nd SEA Games Organizing Committee and the Vietnamese Ministry of Health. Hanoi Health Department has organized a press seminar to celebrate and raise awareness about the tobacco-free SEA Games. The 22nd SEA Games is the first games hosted by Vietnam and 10 countries from the Southeast Asian region with nearly 8,000 athletes and coaches will participate. It will be the first tobacco-free international sporting event in Vietnam, joining other international tobacco-free sporting events such as the FIFA World Cup 2002, and the Winter Olympic Games 2002. The 22nd SEA Games will ban all sales, advertising and other promotion of tobacco products, and restricts smoking in all Games venues. The aim is to protect spectators, athletes, event staff, media and other visitors from the serious health hazards of second- hand tobacco smoke, as well as to change public attitudes about the social acceptability of smoking. Madame Pascale Brudon, WHO Representative in Vietnam, stated, "Vietnam has established 3 years ago a comprehensive, ambitious national tobacco control policy and a national tobacco control program. The tobacco-free 22nd SEA Games will be yet another area where Vietnam is leading the way for other countries in the region and the world in protecting its citizens from the debilitating and disastrous consequences of tobacco use." WHO has provided funding and technical assistance to the SEA Games Organizing Committee and Vietnamese Ministry of Health to train of over 4,000 SEA Games organizers and volunteers on the implementation of the tobacco-free policy. An international team of trainers from the Ministry of Health, International Organization for Good Temper (lOGT), WHO and International Development Enterprises (IDE) began a series of national training workshops for volunteers in April, 2003. The tobacco-free SEA Games are an inspiration and a model for other sport events, big and small, not only in Vietnam but also in the Southeast Asian and Western Pacific Region. 1. In the 22nd SEA Games _______. A. there will be the attendance of athletes from the World Health Organization B. smoking is not allowed C. smoking is only for the leader, not any athletes D. is held by the Vietnamese Ministry of Health 2. According to the text, _______. A. Vietnam has ever organized several tobacco-free sport events before the 22nd SEA Games B. the tobacco-free SEA Games in Vietnam has not been approved by any world organizations C. the tobacco-free SEA Games is not announced to newspapers and magazines D. the tobacco-free SEA Games in Vietnam has been encouraged and supported by many world organizations 3. According to the third paragraph, _______. A. tobacco companies can have an advertising campaign during the SEA Games B. second-hand tobacco smoke cannot cause any harm to the athletes in the 22nd SEA Games C. cigarettes are not allowed to sell in the 22nd SEA Games venues D. everyone can buy cigarettes in the 22nd SEA Games venues except the athletes 4. One of the aims of the tobacco-free SEA Games is __________. A. to sell more and more tobacco during the event B. to change public attitudes about the social acceptability of smoking C. to reduce the production of tobacco D. to help athletes to solve the problems of the serious health hazards 5. Which sentence is not true? A. Vietnam itself has to pay a lot for the volunteers on the implementation of the tobacco-free policy. B. The tobacco-free SEA Games in Vietnam get great support from several world organizations C. The tobacco-free SEA Games is considered a model for other sport events. D. There are national training workshops for volunteers in April, 2003 for the tobacco- free SEA Games. V. Choose the underlined part that needs correcting. (1.5 point) 1. The windsurfer stands on a board that is propelled (A) and steering (B) by means of a sail attached (C) to a mast that (D) is articulated at the foot. A B C D 2. Since 1984 (A) the sport has included (B) in the (C) Olympic Games as (D) part of the yachting events. A B C D 3. The SEA Games are (A) under regulation (B) of the Southeast Asian Games Federation with (C) supervision (D) by the International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Council of Asia. A B C D 4. The proposed rationale was that (A) a regional sports event will help (B) promote cooperative (C), understanding and relations among (D) countries in the Southeast Asian region. A B C D 5. UNICEF's child protection (A) programs also aim at (B) those children who (C) are uniquely vulnerable to the abuses, so as (D) when living without parental care, in remote areas, or in very poor family. A B C D VI. Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning as the given one. (1.5 point) 1. Whenever she came to my house, she brought a friend. A. She never came across a friend in my house. B. She never came to my house without her friend. C. She never brought her friend to my house. D. She came to my house only when she had a new friend. 2. I'm sure it wasn't Mrs. Elton you saw because she's in Bristol. A. It can't be Mrs. Elton you saw because she's in Bristol. B. It mightn't be Mrs. Elton you saw because she's in Bristol. C. It can't have been Mrs. Elton you saw because she's in Bristol. D. It mightn't have been Mrs. Elton you saw because she's in Bristol. 3. There are more sports competed in this SEA Games than in last SEA Games. A. The sports competed in this SEA Games are the same as those in last SEA Games. B. Not as many sports were competed in last SEA Games as in this SEA Games. C. In the last SEA Games there were some sports which were not competed. D. In this SEA Games, there are less sports competed than in last SEA Games. 4. Mary says that when her drugs budget was exhausted she turned to the Swedish Red Cross. A. Mary says that she was tired with the voluntary work for the Swedish Red Cross. B. Mary says that she gave all her money to the Swedish Red Cross. C. Mary says that the money she bought drugs was given to the Swedish Red Cross. D. Mary says that when she ran out of money for her drugs, she asked the Swedish Red Cross for help. 5. I find it difficult to get rid of my smoking habit. A. As for me, stopping my smoking habit is quite difficult. B. I have difficulty smoking cigarettes. C. My smoking habit has caused me a lot of difficulties. D. I will quit smoking someday.

 

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