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Trắc nghiệm tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 10 Nature in Danger có đáp án

Bài tập tiếng Anh Unit 10 lớp 11 Nature in danger có đáp án

Việc giải nhiều bài tập bổ trợ không chỉ giúp các em hệ thống nhanh chóng lại nội dung quan trọng của bài học mà các em còn có thể tích lũy cho mình kinh nghiệm, kỹ năng làm bài cần thiết. Điều này sẽ rất hữu ích cho các em nhất là khi các em bước vào kiểm tra, thi. Mời các em tải miễn phí Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 10: Nature in Danger có đáp án.


Choose the word that has the main stress placed differently from the others.

1. a. protect b. prohibit c. pollute d. cultivate

2. a. agriculture b. extinction c. environment d. establishment

3. a. nature b. dangerous c. interfered d. devastating

4. a. capture b. discharge c. survive d. extinct

5. a. fertilizer b. interference c. maintenance d. offspring


A. Choose the word or phrase - a, b, c or d - that best completes the sentence.

6. The government is thinking of bringing ______ a law to prohibit the killing of endangered animals.

a. on b. up c. in d. round

7. In some countries environmental organizations have been ______ to inform people and gain their support.

a. made up b. set up c. brought up d. taken up

8. We continue to ______ rainforests and increase the dangers of global warming.

a. cut off b. cut in c. cut out d. cut down

9. In some countries there have been widespread demands for the ______ of seal hunting.

a. extinction b. disappearance c. abolition d. establishment

10. Some people have a more ______ attitude towards animals than they do towards children.

a. human b. humane c. humanized d. humanistic

11. ______ aren't effective anymore because insects have become resistant to them.

a. Fertilizers b. Pesticides c. Herbicides d. Composts

12. They started a campaign to ______ smoking among teenagers.

a. encourage b. decrease c. discourage d. prohibit

13. If we do not take steps to protect the world's wild life, many species of birds and animals are likely to ______ completely.

a. die out b. die down c. die away d. die from

14. The Earth will be a planet where' human beings, animals and plants live in peaceful ______.

a. cooperation b. coordination c. corporation d. coexistence

15. Overharvesting brought North American alligators to ______ in their natural habitats.

a. nearly extinct b. near extinction c. extinct near d. extinction nearly

B. Choose the word or phrase A, B, C, or D that best completes the sentence.

16. The environmentalists hope ...... the forest to its former condition.

A. to restore

B. restoring

C. restored

D. having restored

17. Several cars ...... owners had parked them under the trees, were damaged.

A. their

B. of which

C. whom

D. whose

18. My English teacher, Mrs Brookes, was someone ... I had great respect.

A. that

B. whom

C. for who

D. for whom

19. If coastal erosion continues to take place at the present rate, in another fifty years this beach ...... anymore.

A. doesn't exist

B. isn't going to exist

C. isn’t existing

D. won't be existing

20. She joined the local tennis club, ...... were at least 60.

A. most of its members

B. most whose members

C. most of whose members

D. most members

21. Since 1950 the world ...... nearly one-fifth of the top soil from its agricultural land and one-fifth of its tropical forests.

A. was losing

B. is losing

C. had been lost

D. has lost

22. A lack of cross-cultural awareness can result in misinterpretation, .....

A. that offense may cause

B. which may cause offense

C. those may cause offense

D. for which may cause offense

23. So thick and rich ...... of Illimois that early settlers there were unable to force a plow through it.

A. as the soil

B. the soil was

C. was the soil

D. the soil

24. Fleming's discovery of penicillin, ......, had a major influence on the lives of people in the 20th century.

A. awarded the Nobel Prize

B. which awarded the Nobel Prize

C. that he was awarded the Nobel Prize for

D. for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize

25. ...... think of metallurgy as a modern field of science, but it is actually one of the oldest.

A. Although many people

B. Many people

C. Many people who

D. That many people

C. Choose the word or phrase - a, b, cor d - that needs correcting.

26. Among us (A) students are many foreigners (B) whose (C) attend language classes

at the (D) south campus.

27. Is it right that politicians (A) should make (B) important decisions without consulting (C) the public to who (D) they are accountable?

28. The environment where (A) wild animals are living (B) is now badly (C) destroying (D).

29. AU nations may have to make (A) fundamental changes in (B) their economic, political, and the technological institutions (C) if they are to preserve (D) the environment.

30. Soon after Mel has finished (A) his thesis, he will leave (B) for Boston, where (C) he has a job waiting on him (D).

31. Many of the (A) important products obtained (B) from trees, one of the most (C) important is wood pulp, which is used in paper-making (D).

32. Biochemists have solved (A) many of the mysteries (B) about phonosynthesis, the process which (C) plants make food (D).

33. Air pollution, together with (A) littering, are (B) causing (C) many problems in our large (D), industrial cities today.

34. The area where (A) a microchip (B) is manufactured must be (C) the most cleanest (D) environment possible.

35. The mining (A) of materials often bring about (B) the destruction (C) of landscapes and wildlife (D) habitats.


A. Read the text below and decide which answer- a, b, c or d - best fits each space.

In the 1972 the Australian government (36) ______ a quota system which allowed a (n) (37) ______ number of kangaroos to be killed or 'culled' every year. Legislation was introduced because farmers claimed that the kangaroos were (38) ______ their crops. The problem is that (39) ______ two and a half million kangaroos can be killed legally each year, a futher two and a half million are killed illegally. The animals are killed for a variety of (40) ______. The main one, however, is that kangaroo meat is sold for human (41) ______ usually in the (42) ______ of steaks - or is used as pet food. There are also thousands of dollars to be made (43) ______ the sale of their skins.

The environmental group Greenpeace and Australia's Animal Liberation (AAL) are now campaigning for a ban (44) ______ the sale of all kangaroo products. They (45) ______ that this will stop unscrupulous farmers killing the animal for (46) ______. A spokesperson for AAL said, 'People aren't concerned because there are still (47) ______ six million kangaroos in Australia so they are (48) ______ an endangered species. People just don't care about (49) ______ like this unless there is a real threat. But we know certain types have already become extinct in some areas. We must act now (50) ______ it is too late.

36. a. introduced b. produced c. turned out d. offered

37. a. approximate b. certain c. estimated d. unknown

38. a. enriching b. injuring c. ruining d. spoiling

39. a. while b. because c. when d. unless

40. a. results b. pretexts c. excuses d. reasons

41. a. consumption b. need c. employment d. usage

42. a. shape b. disguise c. form d. figure

43. a. by b. during c. for d. from

44. a. on b. of c. for d. against

45. A. claim B. hope C. wonder D. consider

46. A. interest B. profit C. benefit D. advantage

47. A. exceedingly B. another C. over D. above

48. A. never B. hardly C. seldom D. unlikely

49. A. issues B. tasks C. duties D. cases

50. A. when B. unless C. until D. before

B. Read the text carefully then choose the correct answers.

Since the world became industrialized, the number of animal species that have either become extinct or have neared extinction has increased. Bengal tigers, for instance, which 'once roamed the jungles in vast numbers, now number only about 2,300. By the year 2025, it is estimated that they will become extinct.

What is alarming about the case of the Bengal tiger is that this extinction will have been caused almost entirely by poachers who, according to some sources, are not always interested in material gain but in personal gratification. This is an example of the callousness that is contributing to the problem of extinction. Animals such as the Bengal tiger, as well as other endangered species, are valuable parts of the world's ecosystem. International laws protecting these animals must be enacted to ensure their survival - and the survival of our planet.

Countries around the world have begun to deal with the problem in various ways. Some countries, in an effort to circumvent the problem, have allocated large amounts of land to animal reserves. They then charge admission prices to help defray the costs of maintaining the parks, and they often must also depend on world organizations for support. This money enables them to invest in equipment and patrols to protect the animals. Another response to the increase in animal extinction is an international boycott of products made from endangered species. This has' had some effect, but by itself It will not prevent animals from being hunted and killed.

51. What is the main topic of the passage?

a. The Bengal tiger b. International boycotts

c. Endangered species d. Problems with industrialization

52. The word 'poachers' used in line 7 could be best replaced by which of the followings?

a. Illegal hunters b. Enterprising researchers.

c. Concerned scientists d. Trained hunters

53. What is an act of cruelty according to the passage?

a. Having interest in material gain.

b. Hunting endangered animals.

c. Killing animals for personal satisfaction.

d. Causing the problem of extinction..

54. Which of the following is not mentioned in the passage as a way to protect animals from extinction?

a. Introduce laws to prohibit the killing of endangered animals.

b. Establish wildlife reserves.

c. Refuse to buy animal products.

d. Raise money to invest in equipment and patrol.

55. Which of the following best describes the author's attitude?

a. Forgiving b. Surprised c. Vindictive d. Concerned


A. From the four words or phrases A, B, C or D - choose the one that best completes the sentence.

56. The soybean, a plant native to China and Japan, has become ______ in the United States farming community.

a. one of the most popular crops

b. as one of the most popular crops

c. only of the most popular crops

d. one popular crops most are in

57. Declared an endangered species in the United States, ______.

a. people have gathered the ginseng root almost to the point of extinction

b. the near extinction of the ginseng root is due to excessive gathering

c. the ginseng root has been gathered almost to the point of extinction

d. gathering the ginseng root almost to the point of extinction.

58. Of all the endangered South American birds, the jacana has been _____.

a. difficult the most to protect

b. protected the most difficult

c. to protect the most difficult

d. the most difficult to protect

59. ______, Luxor did not reach preeminence until about 2000 B. C. E.

a. Many centuries earlier it was founded

b. Although founded many centuries earlier

c. The city founded centuries earlier

d. Founding the city centuries earlier.

60. Deep in the Rio Bec area of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula ______.

a. does a 1,250-year-old pyramid lie

b. lies a 1,250-year-old pyramid

c. a 1,250-year-old pyramid lie

d. is a 1,250-year-old pyramid lying

B. Choose the sentence - a, b, c or d - which is closest in meaning to the original one.

61. The boys must have gone to the sports ground.

a. The boys insisted on going to the sports ground.

b. The boys had better go to the sports ground.

c. The boys were forced to go to the sports ground.

d. The boys probably went to the sports ground.

62. There aren't many other books which explain this problem so well.

a. In few other books would one see this problem so well explained.

b. This book is very well explained and had no problem..

c. This is the only book which explains the problem so well.

d. This problem is explained very well in this book as well as in many other books.

63. The meeting was put off because of the pressure of time.

a. The meeting lasted much longer than usual..

b. People wanted to get away, so the meeting began early.

c. The meeting is planned to start in a short time.

d. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.

64. No one in the family is more sympathetic than Laura.

a. The people in the house is not sympathetic at all.

b. Laura is very sympathetic.

c. Laura is more sympathetic than many people in the house.

d. Laura is the most sympathetic of all the people in the house

65. Tom would sooner do without a car than pay all that money for one.

a. Tom is soon going to buy a car.

b. Tom thinks the price is right, but he can't afford it.

c. Tom would never buy a car that costs so much.

d. Tom thinks the price is too high, but he must have the car.

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