Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 4 School education system có đáp án

Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 4 có đáp án

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Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 4 có đáp án

I. Underlined the stressed syllables in each of the italics

My favorite subjects at school were science, especially chemistry and biology. I've always been good with numbers, so I was good at mathematics. I didn't really like social science subjects like sociology and history, and that's strange because when I went to university I did geography. I didn't like foreign lan-gauges and literature, but they are core subjects, which are compulsory in the national school-leaving examinations.

II. Fill the gaps with appropriate words

Some schools give students (1)................regularly to check their progress. The school-leaving exams are (2)................in May or June. In England, these are called (3)................(age 16) and (4)................(age 18). In some schools, (5)................and universities, instead of tests and exams there is continuous assessment with (6)................, e.g. 65%, or (7)................, e.g. A, B+, for essays and projects during the (8)................. If you pass your university exams, you (9)................(get a degree), then you're a graduate and you may want to go on to a post-graduate (10)................ .

III. Correct one word that is a mis-collocation in each of the sentences

1. I can't come out. I'm studying. I'm passing an examination tomorrow.

2. Congratulations! I hear you succeeded your examination!

3. You can study a lot of interesting curriculums such as Design & Technology, Architecture, Psychology, Politics at this university.

4. The academic year in England ruris from September to July and is divided into three semesters.

5. At five she went straight to secondary school because there was no nursery school in her village.

6. I got some good notes in my final examinations.

7. My sister is a professor in a primary school.

8. When I was 12, we started having French seminars at school, and I feel in love with the language.

9. She left school at 16 and did not go on to additional education.

10. GCSE is a British test taken by students in England and Wales and some other countries, usually around he age of 16.

IV. Complete these sentences using one of these verbs in the correct passive form: give (2), use, control manufacture, install, restore, redecorate, finish, repair, overtake, believe, speak.

1.You................the questions a week before the exam.

2. All the equipment of this machine................by the Boron Group in Germany.

3. In the middle of the village there is a church which................at the moment. The work................almost................ .

4. The tower is the older part of the church. It................to be over 600 years old.

5. You'll hardly recognize our flat. It................since your last vistit.

6. As my car................last Friday, I................a lift to work by a colleague.

7. The air-conditioning system................when the first heat of the summer arrived.

8. The ancient language of Aramaic................in only three villages in Syria and................gradually by Arabic nowadays.

9. Could violence................more effectively if the police carried guris?

10. For the jast ten years the Hall................as a home for City Arts Center.

V. Complete the news article by putting in the correct active or passive form of the verb in brackets. Sometimes there is more than one possible answer.

For the last ten years, engineers (1)................(measure) noise levels in Britain's cities. The study (2)................(just/complete), and it (3)...............

(show) that there is more noise than ever before. More and more people (4)................(drive) mad by the sounds of the city. Com-plaints about noise (5)................(increase) constantly over the last twenty years. Last year almost 300000 complaints (6)................(make). The least favourite sources of noise (7)................(include) loud music, barking dogs, mobile phones, car alarms and home improvements. We are all familiar with the problems. How is it that a car alarm (8)................(can/hear) by every-one except the owner of the car? Why (9)................electric drills................(have to/ use) early on Sunday morning? Why (10)................arguments................(carry) on with the windows wide open? 'Noise (11)................(still/ increase),' said a member of the research group. These days traffic (12)................(start) earlier in the morning, and shops and clubs (13)................(stay) open later. The problem (14)................(must/ tackle). People (15)................(can/ drive) to commit suicide because of noise. So why (16)................nothing................(do) about the problems? Up to now the government (17)................(pay) little attention to it, but now action (18)................(need). We all hope that the results of our study (19)................(not/ ignore).

VI. Complete these sentences. Use a passive to-infinitive or ing-form of the verb in brackets. Sometimes you need to use a perfect form.

1. It’s important for the figures…………….(update) regularly.

2. Rick ignored the proplems despite…………….(warn) about them.

3. The men wanted to avoid…………….(see) on security cameras.

4. Alice is hoping…………….(promote) soon.

5. The goods ought…………….(deliver) two weeks ago.

6. The system was adopted without…………….(test) two weeks ago.

7. I’d like the money…………….(transfer) immediately, please.

8. The Chief Executive insisted on…………….(inform) of every detail.

9. I’m afraid the documents seem…………….(mislay).

10. As well as…………….(move) to a less important job, Emily had suf-fered a drop in salary.

11. When I woke up in hospital, I remembered…………….(bite) by the snake but nothing after that.

12. Changes to the taxation are expected…………….(propose) by the government.

VII. Turn the following sentences into passive voice. Do not mention the agent unless it seems necessary.

1.We know the Prime Minister has bought a holiday home.

………………………………………………………………………………….

2. The decision has deprived many people of the right to vote

………………………………………………………………………………….

3. The farmer prevented walkers from crossing the field after he fenced it off.

………………………………………………………………………………….

4. They will announce the President’s arrival to the waiting journalists.

………………………………………………………………………………….

5. People are spending far more money on food now than they spent ten years ago.

………………………………………………………………………………….

6. The New Arts Gallery is to exhibit my paintings for the first time.

………………………………………………………………………………….

7. He expected us to offer him a job.

………………………………………………………………………………….

8. Normally men sweep this street every day, but nobody swept it yesterday.

………………………………………………………………………………….

9. They recommended opening new factories in the depressed area.

………………………………………………………………………………….

10. After the government had spent a million pounds on the scheme, they gave it up.

………………………………………………………………………………….

11. We added up the money and found that it was correct.

………………………………………………………………………………….

12. The official estimate 200 people were killed by the pollution

………………………………………………………………………………….

13. The government won’t let the refugees get a job.

………………………………………………………………………………….

14. We believe that he has special knowledge which may be useful to the police.

………………………………………………………………………………….

15. It’s little too loose; you had better ask your tailor to take it in.

………………………………………………………………………………….

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Đáp án

I.

My favorite subjects at school were science, especially chemistry and biology. I’ve always been good with numbers, so I was good at mathematics. I didn’t really like social science subjects like sociology and history, and that’s strange because when I went to university I did geography. I didn’t like foreign lan-gauges and literature, but they are core subjects, which are compulsory in the national school-leaving examinations.

II.

1. tests

2. held

3. GCSEs

4. A-levels

5. colleges

6. marks

7. grades

8. term

9.graduate

10. course

III.

1. Passing → taking/ doing/ sitting

2. Succeeded → passed/ did well in

3. Curriculums → subjects

4. semester → terms

5. secondary → primary

6. Notes → marks/ grades

7. Professor → teacher

8. Seminars → classes/ lessons

9. Additional → further/ higher

10. Test → exam

IV.

1. will be given

2. was manufactured

3. is being restored – is – finished

4. is believed

5. has been redecorated

6. was being repaired – was given

7. had been installed

8. Is spoken – is being overtaken

9. be controlled

10. has been used

V.

1. have been measuring/have measured

2. has just been completed

3. shows/has shown

4. are being driven

5. have been increasing/have increased

6. were made

7. include/included

8. can be heard

9. do... have to be used

10. are...carried

11. is still increasing

12. starts/is starting

13. stay/are staying

14. must be tackled

15. can be driven

16. is...done/is...being done/has...been done

17. has paid

18. is needed

19. will not be ignored/are not ignored

VI.

1. to be updated

2. having been warned

3. being seen

4. to be promoted

5. to have been delivered

6. being tested/having been tested

7. to be transferred

8. being informed

9. to have been mislaid

10. being moved/having been moved

11. being bitten

12. to be proposed

VII.

1. It is known that the Prime Minister has bought a holiday home./The Prime Minister is knowm to have bought a holiday home.

2. Many people have been deprived of the right to vote.

3. Walkers were prevented from crossing the field after it was denced off (by the farmer)

4. The President's arrival will be announced.

5. Far more money is being spent on food now than was spent ten years ago.

6. My painting are to be exhibited for the first time by the New Arts Gallery.

7. He expected to be offered a job.

8. Normally this street is swept everu day, but yesterday it was not swept.

9. They recommended that new factories should be opened in the depressed area.

10. After a milion pounds had been spent, the scheme was given up.

11. The money was added up and was found to be correct.

12. 200 people are estimated to have been killed by the pollution.

13. The refugees won't be allowed/are not allowed to get a job.

14. He is believed to have special knowledge which...

15. It is little too loose; you'd better have it taken in.

VIII.

1. for

2. between

3. into

4. at

5. in

6. at

7. at

8. for

9. of

10. with

11. to

IX

1. The government confirmed that the new ring road would be build through the wood.

2. Plans for an extension to house have been drawn (by the architect).

3. They were prevented from having their picnic by the heavy snow/not able to have their picnic because of the heavy snow.

4. Changes to the scheme have been agreed to be necessary.

5. Not until the war (had) ended did my father return to his hometown.

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