Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 12, 13, 14 có đáp án
Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 12, 13, 14 có đáp án
Với mong muốn mang lại nhiều tư liệu hay, hữu ích đễ hỗ trợ quý thầy cô, các em học sinh trong giảng dạy và học tập, môn tiếng Anh 11, chúng tôi xin giới thiệu Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 12, 13, 14 có đáp án. Những bài tập trong BST này là các dạng bài tập bổ trợ, giúp các em học sinh ôn tập, củng cố lại kiến thức bài vừa học.
II. Choose the word whose main stress pattern is not the same as that of the others.
6. a. industry b. memorable c. document d. electricity
7. a. interfere b. machinery c. apparent d. achievement
8. a. uranium b. confidential c. discovery d. emergency
9. a. mature b. nature c. culture d. measure
10. a. advantageous b. photography c. proverbial d. magnificent
III. Choose the word or phrase (a, b, c or d) that best fits the blank space in each sentence or substitutes for the underlined word or phrase.
11. Bahrain's ______ closed up 10.09 points today at 2160.09.
a. stockbroker b. stock index c. stock exchange d. stock option
12. The student failed to meet the necessary ______ for admission to the course.
a. fulfillments b. qualities c. aptitudes d. requirements
13. Come and see me when you ______ your report.
a. finish b. finished c. will finish d. had finished
14. ______ my great surprise, almost everyone agreed - him.
a. For - to b. At - from c. To - with d. In - of
15. By cutting down trees we ______ the natural habitat of birds and animals.
a. hurt b. harm c. damage d. injure
16. The doctor has advised ______ less coffee.
a. me drink b. I will drink c. me drinking d. me to drink I
17. The High Street is so narrow that the council have decided to ______ it.
a. extend b. widen c. increase d. lengthen
18. I'm very glad to hear that you share my ______ in Spanish music.
a. enjoyment b. listening c. interest d. liking
19. The government proposes to increase the ______ on tobacco.
a. fee b. money c. obligation d. duty
20. When I was a boy we had no ______ in this village.
a. electric b. electricity c. electrify d. electrical
V. Choose the word or phrase - a, b, c or d - that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
WHAT MAKES SOMETHING COLLECTABLE?
Why do some (41) ______ objects become valuable and highly priced by collectors, (42) ______ others will always remain worthless reminders of the past? Hilary Kay, an antiques expert, suggests that (43) ______ what will be valuable in the future, one needs to look (44) ______ to the past. She gives the example of one of the most valuable objects ever brought to her (45) ______ an expert opinion. It was a French clockwork toy from the (46) ______ of the century - a fashionably dressed young man smoking a cigarette- which perfectly (47) ______ that age of wealth and leisure. The clockwork toy was then just a cheap object of after-dinner amusement, but today it is (48) ______ around 100,000 pounds.
So which objects produced today will be the collectable (49) ______ of the future? According to Hilary: "You have to look at things in (50) ______ to the time you are living in and try to foresee what it will be remembered (51) ______. There are no guarantees - there will always be certain (52) ______ of luck - so it is important to buy for enjoyment (53) ______ investment. " So next time you go (54) ______ the contents of your old toy box, remember: it might be just a load of old (55) _____, or you could be sitting on a gold mine!
41. a. daily b. usual c. normal d. everyday
42. a. while b. but c. unless d. when
43. a. seeing b. to see c. for seeing d. by seeing
44. a. up b. down c. back d. forward
VI. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
The advent of the Internet may be one of the most important technological developments in recent years. Never before have so many people had access to so many different sources of information. For all of the Internet's advantages, however, people are currently becoming aware of some of its drawbacks and are looking for creative solutions. Among the current problems, which include a general lack of reliability and numerous security concerns, the most crucial is speed.
First of all, the Internet has grown very quickly. In 1990, only a few academics had ever heard of the Internet. In 1996, over 50 million people used it. Every year, the number of people with access to the Internet doubles. The rapid growth has been a problem. The computer systems which run the Internet have not been able to keep up with the demand. Also, sometimes a request for information most pass through many routing computers before the information can be obtained. A request for information made in Paris might have to go through computers in New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo in order to obtain the required information.
Consequently, service is often slow and unpredictable. Service also tends to be worse when the Internet is busiest - during the business day of the Western Hemisphere - whi. ch is also when companies need its service the most.
Some people are trying to harness the power of networked computers in such a way as to avoid. this problem. In 1995, a group of American universities banded together to form what has come to be known as Internet II. Internet II is a smaller, more specialized system intended for academic use. Since it is more specialized, fewer users are allowed access. Consequently, the time required to receive information has decreased.
Businesses are beginning to explore a possible analogue to the Internet II. Many businesses are creating their own "Intranets". These are systems that can only be used by the members of the same company. In theory, fewer users should translate into a faster system. Intranets are very useful for large national and international companies whose branches need to share information. Another benefit of an Intranet is an increased amount of security. Since only company employees have access to the information on the Intranet, their information is protected from competitors. While there is little doubt that the Internet will eventually be a fast reliable service, industry and the academic community have taken their own steps toward making more practical global networks.
56. According the passage, which of the following is true of the Internet?
a. It tends to be unreliable.
b. It has created a sense of financial security.
c. It is too expensive to access.
d. It has become increasingly less popular.
57. According to the passage, which of the following statements was true in 1970?
a. The Internet was a secure means to gain information.
b. The Internet experienced enormous growth rates.
c. Internet data proved to be impractical.
d. Few people were using the Internet.
58. According to the author, what is one reason why the Internet is sometimes slow?
a. Phone lines are often too busy with phone calls and fax transmissions to handle Internet traffic.
b. Most people do not have computers that are fast enough to take advantage of the Internet.
c. Often a request must travel through many computers. before it reaches its final destination.
d. Scientists take up too much time on the Internet, thus slowing it down for everyone else.
59. According to the passage, what benefits does Internet II have over the Internet?
a. There is no governmental intervention regulating Internet II.
b. Small businesses pay higher premiums to access the Internet.
c. Internet II contains more information than the Internet.
d. Internet II has fewer users and therefore is faster to access.
60. With which of the following conclusions would the author probably agree?
a. An Internet system with fewer users would be quicker.
b. Fewer academic communities need to create their own internet systems.
c. The technology used by internet creators' is too complex for computer owners to understand.
d. Companies who develop their own intranets are limiting their information data base.
VII. Choose the answer - a, b, c or d - that is nearest in meaning to the printed before it.
61. If we had lost the map, we would never found our way.
a. We didn't lose our way because we didn't lose the map.
b. We will find our way unless we lose the map.
c. We would have lost our way provided we had lost the map.
d. Supposing we lost the map, we would not find our way
62. I am sorry I didn't finish my homework last night.
a. I wish I finished my homework last night.
b. I wish to finish my homework last night.
c. I wish I had finished my homework last night.
d. I wish I would finish my homework last night.
63. They were so surprised by the news that they didn't know what to do.
a. The news was surprised them to know what to do.
b. It was such a surprising news that they didn't know what to do.
c. Surprisingly, they didn't know what to do about the news.
d. It was such surprising news that they didn't know what to do.
VIII. Choose the answer - a, b, c, or d - that best completes the sentence.
64. It was in the year 1792 ______.
a. founding the New York Stock Exchange
b. which year the New York Stock Exchange was founded
c. the New York Stock Exchange founded
d. that the New York Stock Exchange was founded
65. Jacob Lawrence is considered by many critics ______.
a. foremost African-American artist
b. to be the foremost African-American artist
c. is the foremost African-American, artist
d. the foremost African-American artist is