Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 9: Deserts có đáp án - Số 1

1 2.113

Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 9: Deserts có đáp án - Số 1

Được trình bày dưới dạng các câu hỏi trắc nghiệm, Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 9: Deserts có đáp án - Số 1 sẽ giúp các em ôn tập nhanh chóng lại kiến thức của Unit 9, đồng thời rút ra những kinh nghiệm cần thiết khi làm các dạng bài tập này. Hy vọng, BST sẽ giúp các em thêm tự tin, vững vàng trước các kỳ kiểm tra, thi. Mời các em tham khảo. 

Bộ đề thi học kì 1 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 12 năm học 2016 - 2017

Đề thi học kỳ 1 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 12 trường THPT Đào Duy Từ, Đăk Nông năm học 2016 - 2017 có đáp án

Giải bài tập SGK Tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 9: Deserts

Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

1. a. grasses          b. stretches       c. comprises       d. potatoes

2. a. lie               b. wide           c. circle            d. comprise

3. a. compound        b. route           c. house          d. south

4. a. dune             b. hummock      c. shrub           d. buffalo

5. a. west            b. between        c. growth          d. which

Choose a, b, c, or d that best completes each unfinished sentence, substitutes the underlined part, or has a close meaning to the original one.

6. ________ Sahara of ________ Africa is the world's largest desert.

a. Ø/ the         b. The/ Ø         c. A/ an      d. The/ an

7. Deserts can be defined as areas that receive ________ average annual precipitation of less than 250 mm.

a. a              b. an           c. the      d. Ø

8. The Sahara contains complex linear dunes that are ________ by almost 6 kilometers.

a. developed        b. separated         c. lay         d. located

9. A _______ is a landscape or region that receives very little precipitation.

a. dune           b. desert            c. sandy area      d. shrub land

10. Deserts are often composed of ________ and rocky surfaces.

a. water            b. trees             c. oil         d. sand

11. Three great stretches of sandy deserts almost circle the center of Australia.

a. dunes            b. valleys             c. lands          d. areas

12. Deserts are also classified by their ________ location and dominant weather pattern.

a. geographical        b. aerial            c. sandy           d. facial

13. Thanks to pictures taken by satellites, deserts have not ________ a mystery in our time.

a. hidden             b. intended          c. remained         d. attained  

14. Deserts take ________ one-third of the Earth's land surface.

a. up                 b. on               c. over        d. after

15. The Simpson Desert was named _______ Mr. Simpson, President of the South Australian Branch of the Royal Geographical Society of Australia.

a. with               b. at                c. after         d. for

16. In 1953, Peveril Meigs divided desert regions ________ Earth ________ categories according to the amount of precipitation they received.

a. through/ in          b. from/ with           c. on/ into       d. in/ for

17. More and more ________ are very excited at discovering as many interesting things in the deserts as possible.

a. explores             b. explorations        c. explorers       d. exploratory

18. Can you make a ________ estimate of how much our expedition in the desert may be?

a. rough               b. roughly            c. roughing        d. roughen

19. After Peter had returned from the Sahara desert, he was confined to bed by a ________ disease.

a. mystery             b. mysterious         c. mysteriously                  d. mysteriousness

20. I want to work as an interpreter in the future, ________, I am studying Russian at university.

a. but                  b. so                c. however            d. therefore

21. I am going shopping for food this evening ________ I do not have to go at the weekend.

a. so                  b. but               c. however         d. moreover

22. When she got the news from her family, she could not do anything, ________ cry.

a. but                 b. and               c. so               d. however

23. Mrs. Lindon has ________ that she is unable to get a job.

a. but not enough education           b. so little education

c. however little education            d. such little education

24. That small car, ________, is advertised in many current magazines.

a. so inexpensive and comfortable

b. however inexpensive and comfortable

c. inexpensive but comfortable

d. and inexpensive but comfortable

25. We live in the same building ________ we have hardly seen each other

a. and               b. therefore              c. but       d. so

26. I went to buy a Rolling Stones CD ________ the shop didn't have it.

a. and                b. but               c. therefore      d. so

27. Anna needed some money, ________, she took a part-time job.

a. furthermore         b. moreover            c. however        d. therefore

28. Julie has a guitar ________ she plays it really well.

a. and                 b. so                c. but          d. therefore

29. My fingers were injured ________ my sister had to write the note for me.

a. and                 b. however              c. so        d. but

30. The concert was cancelled ________ we went to a nightclub instead.

a. so                  b. however            c. so on        d. but

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

A desert is a hostile, potentially deadly environment for unprepared humans. In hot deserts, high temperatures cause rapid loss of water due to sweating, and the absence of water sources with which to replenish it can result in dehydration and death within a few days. In addition, unprotected humans are also at risk from heatstroke.

Humans may also have to adapt to sandstorms in some deserts, not just in their adverse effects on respiratory systems and eyes, but also in their potentially harmful effects on equipment such as filters, vehicles and communication equipment. Sandstorms can last for hours, sometimes even days.

Despite this, some cultures have made hot deserts 'their home for thousands of years, including the Bedouin, Tuareg tribe, and Pueblo people. Modern technology, including advanced irrigation systems, desalinization and air conditioning, has made deserts much more hospitable, In the United States and Israel for example, desert farming has found extensive use.

In cold deserts, hypothermia and frostbite are the chief hazards, as well as dehydration in the absence of a source of heat to melt ice for drinking. Falling through pack-ice or surface ice layers into freezing water is a particular danger requiring emergency action to prevent rapid hypothermia. Starvation is also a hazard; in low temperatures the body requires much more food energy to maintain body heat and to move. As with hot deserts, some people such as the Inuit have adapted to the harsh conditions of cold deserts.

36. The text is about ________.

a. troubles that human beings have to face in a desert

b. desert storms and desert inhabitants

c. hot deserts and cold deserts in the United States

d. desert hospitality and environment

37. Which is not a problem for an unprepared man in a hot desert?

a. sandstorm         b. loss of water        c. irrigation        d. heatstroke

38. Sandstorms ________.

a. do no harm to machinery

b. have effects only on the eyes

c. never lasts more than one hour

d. have bad effects on both human beings and machinery

39. Which sentence is true?

a. No one can survive in both hot and cold deserts.

b. Modern technology makes deserts more hospitable.

c. In the United States, all deserts are quite uninhabited.

d. There are no deserts in Israel.

40. Which is not a problem in cold deserts?

a. Starvation           b. Hypothermia        c. Frostbite       d. Body heat

Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.

Desert biomes are the (41) _____ of all the biomes. In fact, the most important characteristic of a desert is that it receives very little (42) _____. Most deserts receive less than 300 mm a year compared (43) __ rainforests, which receive over 2,000 mm. That means that the desert only gets 10 percent of the rain that a rainforest gets! The temperature in the desert can (44) _____ drastically from day to night because the air is. (45) _____ dry that heat escapes rapidly at night. The daytime temperature averages 38°C (46) _____ in some deserts it can get down to -4°C at night. The temperature also varies greatly depending on the (47) _____ of the desert.

Since desert conditions are so severe, the plants that live there need to have (48) _____ to compensate for the lack of water. Some plants, such as cacti, (49) _____ water in their stems and use it very slowly, while others like bushes conserve water by growing few leaves or by having large root systems to gather water or few leaves. Some desert plant species have a short life cycle of a few weeks that (50) _____ only during periods of rain.

41. a. coldest            b. hottest         c. driest        d. wettest

42. a. rain              b. rainfall         c. raindrop      d. raincoat

43. a. with              b. for             c. about         d. in

44. a. change            b. exchange       c. transform      d. transfer

45. a. such as            b. such           c. so much        d. so

46. a. when            b. while              c. as        d. because

47. a. part              b. region              c. area        d. location

48. a. adaptations        b. agreements        c. accepts      d. achievements

49. a. place              b. put              c. store            d. hold

50. a. spend               b. take            c. last            d. experience

Đánh giá bài viết
1 2.113
Tiếng Anh lớp 12 Xem thêm