Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 unit 14 có đáp án

Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 unit 14 có đáp án

Chuyên mục: Lớp 12 | 20/09/2016

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Luyện tập tiếng Anh lớp 12

Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 kèm đáp án chuẩn

UNIT 14: INTERNATIONAL  ORGANIZATIONS

I. Put the following words into the right categories according to how the letter(s) in bold is pronounced.

society

national

sign

assure

president

disaster

dedicated

convention

cross

tsunami

civilians

initiative

flood

mission

washed

natural

medical

earthquakes

emergency

passenger

activity

official

result

hesitate

research

established

constitute

potential

children

charity

expression

situation

surely

possession

suggestion

adopts

epidemics

musician

conference

nations

/s/ …………………………………………………………………………………

/z/ ………………………………………………………………………………...

/k/ ………………………………………………………………………………...

/ʃ/ …………………………………………………………………………………

/tʃ/ ………………………………………………………………………………...

II. Complete these sentences with the correct form or tense of the verb in the box.

Appall      dedicate      mount up      wash away      encourage
            Adopt     inspire    hesitate    appeal     initiate

1. He……………all his life to helping the poor and the lonely.

2. Most people think that volunteer work should……………more in our    communities.

3. The government……………a program of economic reform since last year.

4. They now……………for funds to help the cities hit by the earthquake.

5. I……………that a doctor could make a remark like that.

6. The famous symbol of the Red Cross, the white flag bearing a red cross,     ……………in 1964.

7. Prices continue……………leading to inflation and reducing purchasing power.

8. The foundation of International Red Cross…………by a Swiss businessman, Henry Dunant.

9. The whole village……………by the floods in 1997.

10. He……………for a moment, and then knocked on the door.

III. Fill in each blank with one appropriate word to complete the passage.

     (1)……………in 1992 by Prof. Fred Hollows in Australia, the Fred Hollows Foundation has helped almost 1000000 people worldwide (2)……………of cataract blindness, a major (3)……………problem for the poor and the rural population. The organization has also cooperated (4)……………local blindness prevention agencies in more than 29 countries such as Viet Nam, Thailand, China, and India to (5)……………and  prevent avoidable blindness with new technologies.

    Viet Nam became the Fred Hollows Foundation’s third international project (6)……………Eritrea and Nepal. (7)……………to official statistics, more than 60000 cataract blindness operations are (8)……………each year in Viet Nam. Many local surgeons have been trained in order to (9)…………………the    new techniques nationwide and help reduce the number of people (10)………… from cataract blindness.

IV. A says something and B replies. Which goes with which?

                            A

                           B

1. I’ve made a mistake on this form.

 a. No problem. I can fix it up.

2. I’m too warm with my coat on.

 b. Kate pointed it out.

3. This jactet looks nice.

 c. That’s OK. Just cross it out and     

correct it.

4. My phone number is 579620

 d. Yes, why don’t you try it on.

5. What’s 45 euros in dollars?

 e. OK, I won’t bring it up.

6. How did you find the mistake?

 f. Just a moment. I’ll write it down.

7. I’m not sure whether to accept their offer or not.

 g. Why don’t you take it off then?

8. I need a place to stay when I’m in London.

 h. You can look it up.

9. It’s a subject he doesn’t like to talk about

 i. I think you should turn it down.

10. I don’t know what this word means.

j. Give me a moment to work it out.

V. Complete the following sentences with phrasal verbs from the list. Use the correct tense or structure: carry out, cut down, get on, hold up, dip into, make up, bring out, break out, cut off, get over, put out, work out, let down, turn out, lead to.

1. Now, don’t…………….us…………….We’re counting on you to cook something really special for the party this Saturday.

2. Over eating and lack of exercise can……………. …………….serious health problems in later life.

3. Giving up my job to go and live abroad……………. …………….to be the biggest mistake I ‘ve ever made.

4. He……………. …………….some story about catching the wrong train to explain his lateness.

5. If you want to lose weight, you should……………. …………….on amount of dairy products you eat.

6. Modern computers are capable of…………. ………….the most complex  operations in micro-seconds.

7. It’s no the sort of book you’d want to read from cover to cover but it’s quite interesting to……………. …………….now and then.

8. The start of the concert was……………. …………….by the late arrival of the group.

9. The gas supply was……………. …………….for about four hours as they had to repair some leaking pipes.

10. Toby’s……………. …………….really well at his new job. He’s already been promoted twice.

11. Quick action by the police prevented fighting from………… ………… between rival groups of fans after the football match.

12. I hear FIAT have……………. …………….a new model but I haven’t seen it yet.

13. She……………. …………….the problem of lack of time by hiring a house-cleaner.

14. Herbie asked them to……………. …………….their cigarettes as he is allergic to smoke.

15. It is said that Isaac Newton……………. …………….the law of gravity after he’d been hit on the head by an apple!

VI. Complete each sentence using a phrasal verb that means the same as the words in brackets.

1. The football match had to be…………….because of the weather. (cancelled)

2. The story Kate told wasn’t true. She……………. . (invented it)

3. A bomb…………….near the station, but no one was injured. (exploded)

4. How long are you going to…………….working? (continue)

5. George finally…………….nearly an hour late. (arrived)

6. We are going to…………….an outing for our group. (arrange)

7. A number of buildings are going to be…………….to make way for the new road. (demolished)

8. We need to make a decision today at the latest. We can’t…………….any longer. (delay it)

9. You can hardly…………….on £100 a week. (manage to live)

10. The noise is terrible. I can’t…………….. (tolerate it)

11. For the sake of your  health, you ought to…………….alcohol. (stop)

12. Teachers should encourage kids to…………….for themselves. (discover things)

13. I’m afraid the machine has…………….. (stopped working)

14. Our phone has been…………….so ring me on my mobile. (disconnected)

15. We need to…………….the situation. (fully discuss)

VII. Complete the sentences. Use one word each time.

1. You are driving too fast. Please…………….down.

2. It was only a small fire and I managed to…………….it out with a bucket of water.

3. I’ve …………….on weight. My clothes don’t fit any more.

4. I was talking to the woman sitting next to me on the plane, and it……………. out that she works for the same company as my brother.

5. ‘Do you know what happened?’ ‘Not yet, but I’m going to…………….out’

6. There’s no need to get angry…………….down!

7. If you’re going on a long walk, plan your route carefully before you  …………….off.

8. Sarah has just phoned to say that she’ll be late. She’s been…………….up

9. You’ve written my nam wrong. It’s Martin, not Marin - you…………….out the T.

10. Three days at £45 a day - that…………….out at £135.

11. We had a really interesting discussion, but Jane didn’t…………….in. She just listened.

12. Come and see us more often. You must…………….in any time you like

13. We are still discussing the contract. There are still a couple of things to …………….out.

14. My alarm clock…………….off in the middle of the night and…………… me up.

15. The house is empty at the moment, but I think the new tenants are………… in next week.

VIII. In the following sentences add a particle to complete the phrasal verb and an appropriate object pronoun (it, me, the, etc.) in the correct place – either before or after the particle.

1. OK, you read out the phone numbers and I’ll jot……………… ……………..

2. That cheese in the fridge had gone off so I threw……………… ……………..

3. He doesn’t look like his father much but he takes……………… …………..... in the way he behaves.                   

4. Their company has gone bankrupt and they only set…………… ……………..two years ago!

5. Look, don’t keep complaining to me about it. If your steak is underdone, send………………… ………………..!

6. Did you believe that story about a long-lost brother? No, not a word of it. I’m sure she was making……………… ……………...

7. What did little  Patrick think of his first visit to the swimming pool? Oh, he took……………… ……………...like a duck to water!

8. You don’t have to give me an answer right now. Think……………… ………..……for a few days before you decide.

9. The form was so complicated that she had to ask her accountant to fill ……………… ……………...for her.

10. I still don’t understand this word and I’ve just looked……………… ……………...in the dictionary.

11. As they didn’t have anywhere to stay, we put…………… …………….for the night.

12. Nina fainted in the heat and we had to bring……………… ……………... with smelling salts.

13. Why don’t you talk to him about it? You can’t keep putting……………… ……………...forever.

14. You can borrow this book, but you must promise to look……………… ……………...

15. Don’t make up your mind at once; talk……………… ……………...with your lawyer first.

IX. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it.

1. Compared with their counterparts 20 years ago, the highly educated now receive vastly higher salaries.

The highly educated now…………………………………………………………

2. I know this reporter’s background well and he’s 100% honest.

This reporter, ……………………………………………………………………..

3. If you want to save your eyesight, we must operate immediately.

Only by…………………………………………………………………………...

4. We’ve been considering the matter carefully and have finally come to a decision.

We’ve been thinking……………………………………………………………...

5. ‘Is it or is it not true that you have been misappropriating company funds the manager asked the accountant.

The manager wanted……………………………………………………………...

6. Someone rang the alarm as soon as the burglars left the building.

No sooner…………………………………………………………………………

7. The cost of living has gone up considerably in the last few years.

There………………………………………………………………………….......

8. The only thing that prevented the passing of the bill was the death of the Prime Minister.

Had it………………………………………………………………………….......

9. People say he was once in the French Foreign Legion.

He…………………………………………………………………………...

10. After fighting the fire for twelve hours the firemen succeeded in

extinguishing it.

The firemen managed to put……………………………………………………...

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Đặt ra mục tiêu học tập cho bản thân

ĐÁP ÁN:

I.

/s/ society, civilians, epidemics, adopts, sign, earthquakes, cross, emergency,

    president, tsunami, passenger

/k/ dedicated, conference, activity, medical

/z/ disaster, floods, result ,  hesitate,  nations,  possession

/ʃ/ established,  potential, expression,  official,  mission,  surely,  convention,

      washed , assure ,  national,  initiative ,  musician

/tʃ/ natural   research     suggestion     situation    constitute    children     charity

II.

1. dedicated

4. are appealing

7. to mount up

10. hesitated

2. be encouraged

5. am appalled

8. was inspired

 

3. has initiated

6. was adopted

9. was washed away

 

III.

1. founded/ Established

3. eye

5. treat

7. according

9. spread

2. out

4. with

6. after

8. performed

10. suffering

IV.  1. c     2. g     3. d     4. f     5. j     6. b    7. i     8. a     9. e      10.h

V.

1. let down

5. cut down

9. cut off

13. got over

2. lead to

6. carrying out

10. getting on

14. put out

3. turned out

7. dip into

11. breaking out

15. worked out

4. made up

8. held up

12. brought out

 

VI.

1. called off

6. fix up/ set up

11. give up

2. made it up

7. knocked/ pulled

12. find things out

3. went off

8. put it off

13. broken down

4. carry on/ go on

9. get by

14. cut off

5. showed up/ turned up

10. put up with it

15. talk over/ talk through

VII.

1. slow

4. turned/ turns

7. set

10. works

13. sort/ work

2. put

5. find

8. held

11. join/ participate

14. went-woke

3. put

6. Calm

9. left/ have left

12. drop/ call

15. moving

VIII.

1. them down

5. it back

9. it in/ out

13. it off

2. it out/ away

6. it up

10. it up

14. after it

3. after him

7. to it

11. them up

15. it over

4. it up

8. it over/ about it

12. her round

 

IX.

1. The highly educated now receive vastly higher salaries than did their counterparts 20 years ago/ …than their counterparts did 20 years ago.

2. This reporter, whose background I know well, is 100% honest.

3. Only by operating immediately can we save your eyesight.

4. We’ve been thinking the matter over and have finally come to a decision.

5. The manager wanted to know if the accountant had been misappropriating company funds.

6. No sooner had the burglars left the building than someone rang the alarm.

7. There has been a considerable increase in the cost of living in the last few years.

8. Had it not been for the death of the Prime Minister, the bill would have been passed.

9. He is said to have been in the French Foreign Legion.

10. The firemen managed to put out the fire after fighting it for twelve hours.

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