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Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 6 có đáp án

Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 6: Future Jobs có đáp án

Bài tập trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh lớp 12 Unit 6 Future Jobs có đáp án

Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.

1. a. technical            b. advertise         c. candidate          d. consider  

2. a. experience          b. certificate         c. interviewer          d. enthusiasm

3. a. addition             b. suitable          c. shortcoming        d. honestly

4. a. qualification          b. disappointedly    c. responsibility       d. recommendation

5. a. answer              b. question          c. polite              d. keenness

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. His work involves helping students to find temporary _______ during their summer vacation.

a. decision              b. employment           c. choice          d. selection

7. To prepare for your job interview, you should jot down your qualifications and experience as well as some important information about yourself.

a. draw                   b. place                c. put             d. write

8. When being interviewed, you should concentrate on what the interviewer is saying or asking you.

a. be related to                b. be interested in

c. pay all attention to           d. express interest to

9. Before _______ for a position, check whether you can fulfill all the requirements from the employer.

a. deciding               b. applying            c. requiring           d. demanding

10. If you are _______ for a particular job, someone asks you questions about yourself to find out if you suitable for it.

a. paid                   b. chosen             c. interviewed         d. recommended

11. You should ask the interviewer some questions about the job to show your _______ and keenness.

a. anger                 b. thrill                   c. amazement          d. interest

12. You should show the interviewer that you are really keen _______ the job you have applied.

a. in                     b. for                  c. on                  d. over

13. They held a party to congratulate _______ their son's success to become an engineer.

a. with                     b. on                  c. for          d. about

14. He was refused because he had no _______ experience related to _______ job he applied.

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

15. Show your interviewer your sense of responsibility for work.

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

16. The interviewer gave his consent to John's _______ for work and promised to give him a job.

a. keen                  b. keenly                    c. keener            d. keenness

17. _______! I have heard of your success in the new project.

a. Congratulate              b. Congratulating         c. Congratulation        d. Congratulations

18. It is _______ to fail a job interview, but try again.

a. disappoint                 b. disappointing             c. disappointedly            d. disappointment

19. Frank invited Janet, _______, to the party.

a. met in Japan                 b. meeting in Japan

c. whom he had met in Japan       d. that he had met in Japan

20. The singer, _______ most recent recording has had much success, is signing autographs.

a. whose                   b. that                c. who            d. whom

21. He likes shopping between 1. 00 and 3. 00 pm, _______ most people are at home.

a. when                   b. where                c. in which          d. at that

22. He took me to an expensive restaurant where we enjoyed a good meal.

a. enjoyed a good meal                b. to enjoy a good meal

c. and enjoying a good meal           d. we enjoyed a good meal in. which

23. The fishermen and their boats _______ were off the coast three days ago have just been reported to be missing.

a. which                 b. that              c. who             d. whom

24. The banker to _______ I gave my check was quite friendly.

a. who                 b. that                 c. whom         d. which

25. Birds make nests in trees _______ they can hide their young in the leaves and branches.

a. which                 b. where                 c. that          d. in that

26. He lent me _______ yesterday.

a. the book I need               b. the book when I need

c. which book I need             d. the book whose I need

27. _______ cheat on the exam have to leave the room.

a. Those               b. Who              c. Those whom           d. Those who

28. _______ really a fish, has no brain, no bones, and no face.

a. A jelly fish is not                  b. A jelly fish, it is not

c. A jelly fish, which is not            d. A jellyfish, that is not

29. We have a lot of things that we have to do today.

a. doing            b. to do             c. done            d. do

30. The young man who lives next door is very kind to my family.

a. to live next door                  b. he lives next door

c. living next door                   d. lived next door

Choose the best sentence that can be made from the words given.

31. I/ read/ advertisement/ your company/ today's newspaper.

a. I would like to read the advertisement of your company on today's newspaper.

b. I have just read the advertisement of your company in today's newspaper.

c. I enjoy reading the advertisement from your company in today's newspaper.

d. I read the. advertisement which is of your company in today's newspaper-

32. I think/ I/ meet your requirements/ I/ write/ apply for the position/ English-speaking local guide..

a. I think I must meet your requirements so that I am writing to apply for the position of English-speaking local guide.

b. Because I think I can meet your requirements so I am writing to apply for the position of English-speaking local guide.

c. I think I can meet your requirements so I am writing to apply for the position of English-speaking local guide.

d. As I think I can meet your requirements so I am writing to apply for the position of English-speaking local guide.

33. My academic background/ BA certificate in Tourism/ I/ two years' experience/ work as a tour guide.

a. My academic background includes a BA certificate in Tourism and I have two years' experience of working as a tour guide.

b. My academic background it is a BA certificate in Tourism as well as I have two years' experience of working as a tour guide.

c. My academic background which has a BA certificate in Tourism. However, I have two years' experience of working as a tour guide.

d. My academic background that is a BA certificate in Tourism. Moreover, I have two years' experience of working as' a tour guide.

34. My strengths/ work well with a variety of personalities/ persistent and punctual.

a. My strengths is to work well with a variety of personalities, besides, I am persistent, and punctual.

b. My strengths include being able to work well with a variety of personalities, in addition to, I am very persistent and punctual.

c. My strengths include working well with a variety of personalities and I am very persistent, and punctual.

d. My strengths include working well with a variety of personalities and being very persistent and punctual.

35. My résumé/ enclose/ contact/ me/ every afternoon/ look forward to/ be interviewed.

a. My résumé enclosed and contact me every afternoon. I look forward to be interviewed.

b. My résumé is enclosed. You can contact me every afternoon. I am looking forward to being interviewed.

c. My résumé which is enclosed, so please contact me every afternoon. I am looking forward to being interviewed.

d. My résumé is enclosed. Please contact me every afternoon. Therefore, I am looking forward to being interviewed.

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

The purpose of a résumé is to highlight your qualifications and get you an interview. Your résumé, along with your letter of application, introduces you to an employer. It lets him/her know who you are and what you can do.

A perfect résumé highlights the skills you possess that are relevant to the job. A résumé can follow a variety of styles and formats, but most contain the same basic information:

1. Identifying Information: This section includes basic contact information, including your name, mailing address, phone number, and email address.

2. Objective: This is really just a brief description of your immediate career goals. The key is to keep it short and concise and to make it relevant to the job for which you are applying. If your objective is vague, leave it out.

3. Education: This section details your past and current educational endeavors. List degrees, diplomas, or certificates you have earned or are working on. Start with the most recent facts and work your way back. Include the name of the school, degree, major, date of graduation, and honors or academic accomplishments.

4. Work Experience: This is a summary of your work experience. List your most recent or current job first and work your way back. Include your job title, the name and location of the organization, and the dates you worked. Describe your job duties and accomplishments briefly using strong action verbs. Military, intern, and volunteer experiences may be included here or detailed in another section.

5. Volunteer Experience: If you have done a lot of volunteer work, list it in its own section. Include where you volunteered and briefly describe what you did and when you did it.

6. Interests and Extracurricular Activities: This section can be used to highlight skills that were not gained through work or education, but are relevant to the job for which you are applying. These may include leadership or teamwork skills you picked up through professional clubs, academic teams, or organized sports.

7. Skills: Use this to highlight special skills you possess that are directly related to the job for which you are applying. This is a good place to detail your computer experience and list the programs you are familiar with.

8. References: This is always the last section of your résumé, but references need not actually be included in the resume itself.

36. According to the writer, a resume is much more important than a letter of application.

a. True              b. False           c. No information

37. All resume have the same style and contents.

a. True              b. False              c. No information

38. In a resume, your recent events must appear after the past ones.

a. True               b. False               c. No information

39. Your volunteer experience and extracurricular should be jotted down in your resume.

a. True                 b. False           c. No information

40. All resume must include all references that you have.

a. True                   b. False             c. No information

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

After your letter of application and resume, the interview is your best opportunity to (41) _____ the employer - regardless of your background and experience. To do this, use every possible strategy to develop (42) _____ interviewing skills. The best way is to prepare a selective presentation of your background, thoughtful answers to potential interview questions, well-researched questions about the organization, and an effective strategy to introduce yourself. You should also consider your career goals and what the available job offers (43) _____ you can discuss both of these topics with employers. Interviewing is a skill that improves and (44) _____ easier with practice.

It is to your advantage to carefully research the job and the organization. There are many (45) _____ to do this. You can ask for printed materials from the employer, such as annual reports and job descriptions. This is an entirely (46) _____ request, so do not hesitate to make it. Use your library and career center resources. Ask colleagues, friends, and faculty about the organization, and about any personal contacts at the organization they might have. Look at the organization's home page. Knowing about the job will help you prepare a (47) _____ of your qualifications so that you can show, point by point, why you are the best (48) _____.

Prepare a clear answer to each of the questions in the interview questions section. Practice answering questions with a friend, or (49) _____ front of a mirror. Ask your friend to give you constructive criticism on your speaking style, mannerisms, and gestures. As you practice, avoid colloquialisms, such as "like" and "you know". It is (50) _____ to prepare yourself for talking with complete strangers.

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