Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 test 1 kèm đáp án

Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 test 1 kèm đáp án

Chuyên mục: Lớp 12 | 31/08/2016

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Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 kèm đáp án    


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Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others.

1. a. family 

b. parents

c. happy

d. frankly

2. a. mischief

b. believe

c. obedience

d. niece

3. a. shifts

b. works     

c. groups

d. hands

4. a. safe

b. secure

c. sure

d. support

5. a. baths

b. clothes

c. enjoys

d. solutions


A. Choose the one word or phrase – a, b, c or d – that best completes the sentences or substitutes for the underlined part.

6. Many of our students come……….poor families.

    a. in                          b. for                      c. from                  d. over

7. I’m afraid I’m going to be late home – something’s come……….at work.

    a. over                      b. out                     c. off                     d. up

8. Would you like to share your experience……….the rest of the group?

    a. with                      b. to                       c. among               d. of

9. We are a very……….family and support each other through any crises.

    a. old-established       b. well-to-do          c. hard-up             d. close-knit

10.……….most men, my father enjoys cooking.

    a. Not alike                b. Unlike               c. Unlikely            d. Dislike

11. Her family and friends have given her lots of……….

    a. support                   b. supports            c. supporters                   d. supportive

12. My mother often cooks big meals, so we have……….for days.

    a. remainders              b. surplus              c. leftovers            d. dishes

13. His secretary was formidably……….: her minutes were works of art.

    a. good                     b. efficient          c. active             d. working

14. Our parents join hands to give us a nice house and a happy home.

    a. deal with           b. manage                   c. help together     d. work together

15. Mark enjoys having fun by causing trouble. He’s a very ………. boy.

    a. stubborn              b. mischievous     c. spoiled                  d. bright

B. Choose the one work or phrase – a, b, c or d – that best completes the sentences.

16. I ………. the new Harry Potter book now so you can borrow my copy if you like.
    a. finish             b. finished              c. am finished           d. have finished

17. As you……….your car at the moment, can I borrow it?

    a. don’t use       b. aren’t using        c. haven’t used         d. won’t use

18. Look at the dirt or on your clothes!……….in the garden again?

    a. Do you dig                                             b. Are you digging

    c. Have you dug                                        d. Have you been digging

19. In a break-in last week the burglars……….all my jewellery but left the picture.

     a. took             b. have taken            c. had taken           d. were taking

20. Come and see me when you……….your report.

     a. finish            b. finished                 c. will finish           d. had finished

21. I……….in the hotel twice in the 1980s.

     a. was staying     b. have stayed          c. had stayed          d. had been staying

22. Susan……….as a secretary for 2 years before her marriage.

     a. worked         b. has been working   c. has worked          d. was working

23. When I got home I found that water……….down the kitchen wall.

     a. ran                  b. was running         c. has run              d. had been running

24. After he……….his English course, he went to England to continue his study.

     a. has finished     b. had finished           c. was finished       d. would finish

25. I……….with children before, so I know what to expect in my new job.

     a. worked                                                          c. had worked

     b. have worked                                                 d. have been working

26. How ………. since we ………. college?

     a. are you – left                                       b. were you left

     c. have you been – have left                   d. have you been – left

27. I ………. much of you lately. We ………. three months ago.

     a. haven’t seen – last met                        b. didn’t see – met

     c. haven’t seen – have met                      d. didn’t see – have met

28. The Chinese ………. spaghetti dishes for a long time before Marco Polo ………. it back to Italy.

     a. made – brought                                            b. have made – brought

     c. made – had brought                                     d. had been making – brought

29. When I arrived at the meeting the first speaker ………. speaking and the audience ………..

     a. just finished – were clapping                   b. had just finished – had clapped 
     c. had just finished – were clapping            d. just finished – had clapped      

30. He ………. His job last month and since then he ………. out of work.

     a. lost – was                                                 b. was lost – has been

     c. has lost – was                                           d. lost – has been

C. Identify the one underlined word or phrase – A, B, C or D – that must be changed for the sentence to be correct.

31. Average family size has increased          from the Victorian era.   
            A                                B                          C               D
32. They prefer to stay in their home country because family ties.

                              A     B           C                      D
33. In 1892, the first long – distance telephone line between Chicago and New
                                          A                                          B
York was formally opening.

                    C              D

34. Dietitians urge people to eat  a banana a day to get potassium enough  in
                                           A          B                                             C
their diet.


35. Woody Guthrie has written   thousands of songs during her lifetime, many of
                                        A               B                           C
which became classic folk songs.

36. The development of transistor made possible it to reduce the size of many
                       A                                         B                                                C

electronic devices.

37. My father is a good  family man, completely  devoted  for his wife and kids.

                             A                                  B                C        D
III. Reading

A. Fill in each black with one appropriate word from the box.

   Scarcely     memory     far     little     become     happen     actually
 faded     trace     own     imagine     ancestors     well recall      details

It’s interesting how (38) .................... most of us know about about our ancestors or about the history of our family. It’s different, of course, if you (39) .................... to be nobility, or royalty even(!): the history of your family is always (40) .................... recorded. But few of us have any such claims.

I first became interested in my (41) .................... family history four or five years ago when my mother showed me some photographs which I had never seen before – (42) .................... photos of uncles and aunts, great-uncles and great-aunts and grandparents, all taken while they were young.

I immediately wanted to try to (43) .................... my family tree back as (44) .................... as I could, and decided to start with the photos. First of all I had to rely completely on my mother’s (45) .................... for names (first names and family names), the ages of people in the photos, the year the photos might have been taken, and so on. Then after that, I want her to fill in for me (46) .................... of  those members of  the family who weren’t in the photos. Again, she was able to (47) .................... quite a lot of information – but not enough, I’m afraid.

So the next step was to go and consult public records of  births, marriages and deaths. Normally, I would (48) ...................., reading such information in old record books might be pretty boring – unless you’re a historian, that is: but it’s a very different matter when you’re looking for details about your own (49) .................... . It’s fascinating to discover, as I did, for example that one of your grandfathers – the one that you thought had spent his whole life on a farm in the south of  England – had (50) .................... gone and lived in the USA for some five years when he  was a young man back in the 1890s!

B. Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answer.

The nuclear family, consisting of a mother, father, and their children, may be more an American ideal than an American reality. Of  course, the so-called traditional American family was always more varied than we had been led to believe, reflecting the very different racial, ethnic, class, and religious customs among different American groups.

The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one third of  all current American families fit the traditional mold and another third consists of married couples who either have no children or have  none  still living at home . Of  the final one third, about 20 percent of  the total number of  American households are single people, usually women over sixty – five  years of  age. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the total, consists of  unmarried people who choose to live together; and the rest, about 7 percent are single, usually divorced parents, with at least one child. Today, these varied family types are typical, and therefore, normal. Apparently, many Americans are achiev-ing  supportive relationships in family forms other than the traditional one.

51. With what topic is the passage mainly concerned?

     a. The traditional American family          b. The nuclear family

     c. The current American family               d. The ideal family

52. The writer implies that ……………….. .

     a. there have always been a wide variety of  family arrangement in the United States.
     b. racial, ethnic and religious groups have preserved the traditional family structure.
     c. the ideal American family is the best structure.

     d. fewer married couples are having children

53. The word ‘current’ in line 7 could best be replaced by which of the following?

      a. typical                b. present                 c. perfect               d. traditional

54. According to the passage, married couples whose children have grown or who have no children represent ………………… .

      a. 1/3 percent of  households                 b. 20 percent of  households

      c. 7 percent of  households                    d. 3 percent of  households

55. Who generally constitutes a one-person household?

      a. A single man in his twenties                  b. An elderly man

      c. A single woman in her late sixties         d. A divorced woman

IV. Writing

Choose the sentence – a, b, c or d – which is closest in meaning to the printed one.

56. Don’t assume that he will help you.

      a. You should take his help for granted.        b. He will certainly help you.

      c. You shouldn’t take his help for granted     d. His help is not necessary.

57. It’s pointless to have this car repaired.

      a. This car should be repaired.              b. This car is not worth being repaired

      c. This car is difficult to be repaired.    d. You needn’t repair this car.

58. Hardly anybody applied for the job.

      a. Nobody applied for the job because it was hard.

      b. Anybody found it hard to apply for the job.

     c. Few applicants were suitable for the job.

      d. There were very few applicants for the job.

59. I’m sorry that I didn’t finish my homework last night.

      a. If only I had finished my homework last night.

      b. I promise to finish all my homework from now on.

      c. I wish I didn’t have to do my homework last night.

      d. I wish I didn’t have to do my homework last night.

60. His irresponsible attitude is putting his career in jeopardy.

      a. He is so irresponsible that he has no career.

      b. His irresponsible attitude is endangering his career

      c. His career is to jeopardize his irresponsible attitude.

      d. He is irresponsibly putting his career in danger of ruin


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1. b

2. c

3. d

4. c

5. a



6. c

7. d

8. a

9. d

10. b

11. a

12. c

13. b

14. d

15. b


16. d

17. b

18. d

19. a

20. a

21. c

22. a

23. b

24. b

25. b

26. d

27. a

28. d

29. c

20. d


31. C (since)

32. D (because of)

33. D (opened)

34. C (enough potassium)

35. A (wrote)

36. B (it possible)

37. D (to)



38. little

39. happen

40. well

41. own

42. faded

43. trace

44. far

45. memory

46. details

47. recall

48. imagine

49. ancestors

50. actually


51. C

52. a

53. b

54. a

55. c


56. c

57. b

58. d

59. a

60. b

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