Trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 6 số 2

Ôn tập Tiếng Anh 11 Unit 6: Global Warming năm học 2021 - 2022

Đề thi trắc nghiệm trực tuyến luyện tập Tiếng Anh Unit 6 lớp 11 có đáp án dưới đây nằm trong bộ đề Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 11 theo từng Unit mới nhất trên Đề ôn tập Tiếng Anh gồm nhiều dạng bài tập trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh khác nhau giúp học sinh lớp 11 ôn tập kiến thức đã học hiệu quả.

Một số bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 11 khác:

  • Choose the word which has the position of stress differs from the others.
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  • Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
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    Cutting down on energy use is the best way to help reduce global warming.

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    We should grow more trees so that they can absorb more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

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    Releasing too much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere can lead to global warming.

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    Farmers turned to bio-fertilisers after they had been told about the dangers of chemical fertilisers.

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    The factory owner denied having said that he should take responsibility for the damage that his factory caused to the surrounding environment.

  • Choose the letter A, B, c, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
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    We may help to control global warming by reducing carbon footprints in our homes.

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    Everyone should remember to switch off the lights before going out.

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    It is important to raise money to help people who have to suffer consequences of global warming.

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    Many species are threatened with extinction due to deforestation and loss of habitat.

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    Our city is going to ban supermarkets from using plastic bags.

  • Choose the correct answer for each following question.
  • 1. Even when arrested, he denied __________ cut down that tree.
  • 2. Those farmers admitted ___________having used more chemical fertilizers than needed.
  • 3. He forgot ________ promised to cut down on the carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere.
  • 4. I remembered having __________ off the lights before leaving home.
  • 5. He regretted not__________ registered for military Service last spring.
  • 6. Nam: What are the main threats to the environment today? Lan: ____________
  • 7. Lan: How can ordinary people help protect the environment? Nam: ___________
  • 8. Nam: Do you do anything to protect the environment? Lan: ______
  • 9. Lan: What solution to air pollution can you suggest? Nam: ___________
  • 10. Nam: What is the biggest environmental problem facing our country? Lan: _________
  • Read the passage and choose the best answer.

    The world's oceans have warmed 50 percent faster over the last 40 years than previously thought due to climate change, Australian and US climate researchers reported Wednesday. Higher ocean temperatures expand the volume of water, contributing to a rise in sea levels that is submerging small island nations and threatening to wreak havoc in low-lying, densely populated delta regions around the globe.

    The study, published in the British journal Nature, adds to a growing scientific chorus of warnings about the pace and consequences rising oceans. It also serves as a corrective to a massive report issued last year by the Nobel-winning UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), according to the authors.

    Rising sea levels are driven by two things: the thermal expansion of sea water, and additional water from melting sources of ice. Both processes are caused by global warming. The ice sheet that sits atop Greenland, for example, contains enough water to raise world ocean levels by seven metres (23 feet), which would bury sea-level cities from Dhaka to Shanghai.

    Trying to figure out how much each of these factors contributes to rising sea levels is critically important to understanding climate change, and forecasting future temperature rises, scientists say. But up to now, there has been a perplexing gap between the projections of computer-based climate models, and the observations of scientists gathering data from the oceans.

    The new study, led by Catia Domingues of the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research, is the first to reconcile the models with observed data. Using new techniques to assess ocean temperatures to a depth of 700 metres (2,300 feet) from 1961 to 2003, it shows that thermal warming contributed to a 0.53 millimetre-per-year rise in sea levels rather than the 0.32 mm rise reported by the IPCC.

  • 1. Ultimately, the new study should help scientists to ____.
  • 2. The rise in water levels is especially dangerous for small island nations and ____.
  • 3. What happens when the ocean's temperature rises?
  • 4. What was the main finding of the study?
  • 5. The new study ____.
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