Unit 2 Relationship ( phần IV, V, VI) – Bài tập trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 11

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91. “Are you ready? The school bus is leaving.” — “Yes, just a minute.______ ”

A. No longer.           B. I’m coming.          C. I’d be OK.           D. I’m leaving.

92. “Hi, Jenny. Where are you going?” – “Sorry, Mike. I can’t stop now. _____ ”

A. Of course not!                    B. Oops!

C. See you.                               D. Watch out!

93. “Were you in school yesterday?” – “No, ________ ”

A. I was not sure.                B. I was free.

C. I was abs’ent.                  D. It was boring.

94. “Do you mind if I sit next to you?” – “ ________ ”

A. Don’t mention it.                 B. My pleasure.

C. No, not at all.                        D. Yes, why not?

95. “Your new dress looks fantastic!” – “Thanks, __________”

A. I bought it at Daisy’s.               B. I’d rather not.

C. It’s up to you.                             D. You can say that again.

96. “Do you feel li-ke going to the prom with me?” – “ _________ ”

A. I feel very bored.                                B. That would be great.

C. Yes, congratulations.                         D. You’re welcome.

97. ‘Tm afraid there is no real friendship between boys and girls!”

-“_____, Mommy. We are just good friends.”

A. Don’t mention it                     B. Don’t worry

C. I hope so                                  D. Of course not

98. “I think students must go to single sex schools.” – “No, ______ ”

A. I totally approve.                    B. I disagree.

C. How amazing.                         D. What a pity.

99. “Didn’t you feel tired of being alone?” – “ _________”

A. Of course not.            B. No, thanks.          C. Sounds boring.           D. No, why not?

100. “What’s wrong with you?” – “ _________ ”

A. Thank you.                           B. I’m having a headache.

C. You are welcome.                D. Yes, I was tired yesterday.

101. “You look so sad._________” – “ĩ couldn’t have my parent’s permission.”

A. Can you help me?                          B. How do you deal with it?

C. What’s the problem?                    D. What should I do?

102. “I can’t understand why my parents don’t allow me to play with boys.” –

A. Me also.              B. Me either.           C. Me neither.             D. Me too

103. “Why don’t we talk to Mr Green first? I think he can help.” – “ _________ ”

A. Good idea.         B. I understand.           C. Yes, thanks.          D. You are wrong.

104. “Hello. _____ – “Hello. Iỉold on please. I get you through.”

A. Can I meet Mr Green?

B. Can I take Mr Green’s number?

C. May I speak to Mr Green?

D. Where is Mr Green’s room?

105. “Can you help Carol to persuade her parents?” – “ –

A. I think so.                            B. Not completely.

C. Yes, I’m afraid not.            D. Why not?

In a healthy relationship, both partners respect, trust and embrace (106 ) ______ differences. Both partners are able to communicate (107 ) ______ their needs and listen to their partner, and work to resolve conflict in a rational and (108) __________ way. But maintaining a healthỵ relationship (109)_______ for skills many young people are never taught. A lack of these skills, and (110) _________ up in a society that sometimes celebrates violẹnce or in a community that experiences a high (111) _________ of violence, can lead to unhealthy and even violent relationships among youth.

Dating violence (112)________psychological or emotional violence, such as

controlling behaviours or jealousy; physical violence, such as hitting or punching. More than 20 per cent of all adolescents report having experienced (113) _________psychological or physical violence from an intimate partner –

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and underreporting remains a concem. Adolescents, (114)_________ older adolescents, often have romantic relationships, which are long-term, serious, and intimate. Society has a responsibility to provide young people with the resources, skills, and space (115)_______to safeguard their physical and emotional well being in these relationships. Youth-servine; professionals, educators, and parents can help

young peoplẹ in need access services to (116) ________ dating abuse victimisation. Research also has shown that programmes intended to prevent dating violence can be (117) _________ .

Soitrce: http://www.advocatesforyouth.org

106. A. another’s B. each another’s C. each other’s D. one another’s
107. A. effective B. effectively C. effectiveness D. ineffective
108. A. non-violent B. violently C. violcnt D. violence
109. A. asks B. calls C. looks D. requires
110. A. bringing B. growing C. raising D. taking
111. A. amount B. number C. rate D. scale
112. A. comprises B. consists C. contains D. includes
113. A. both B. either C. neither D. whether
114. A. especial B. especially C. special D. specially
115. A. necessitating B. necessarily  C. necessary D. necessity
116. A. address B. confess C. deny D. obey
117. A. succeed B. success C. successful D. successfully

Let’s see if you can correctly answer the following question: At what aue are Latter-day Saint youth allowed to date? Of course, you probably immediately said, “16”. OK, then, how about this one: At what age are you allowed to have a boyfriend or girlfriend? You may be thinking, “Um, 16. Didn’t I just answer that?” Well, if that vvas your answer, then, even though you aced the first question, you missed the second one. Just because you can datc when you turn 16 doesn’t mean you should immcdiately start looking for a steady boyfriend or girlfriend.

For decades, prophets have preached that youth who are in no position to marry should not pair off exclusively. For instance, President Hinckley (1910-2008) said, “When you are young, do not gct involved in steady dating. When you reach an age where you think of marriage, then is the time to become so involved. But you boys who are in high school don’t need this, and neither do the girls”. So what does this counsel really mean, and what are the reasons for it?

To begin with, there are two different types of dating: casual dating and steady (or serious) dating. The distinction between the two has to do with exclusivity. With casual dating, there is no exclusivity. The two people aren’t “a couple” or “an item”, and they don’t refer to each other as a “boyfriend” or “girlfriend”. They don’t pair off. People who are casually dating are simply friends. This is the kind of dating the Church encourages you to do after you turn 16. You should put aside a need to find a “one and only”. If you’re dating casually, you don’t expect a relationship to become a romance. You have fun; you do a variety of things with a variety of people. On the other hand, steady dating means the couple is exclusive with one another. They expect each other not to date anyone else or to be emotionally or physically close with other people. Couples who date seriously consider the future, because there is a real possibility they could stay together. This is the kind of dating the Church encourages young adults (generally, people in their 20s) to progress toward, because that’s the age when they should be thinking of marrying.

You should avoid becoming exclusive as teenagers, because an exclusive relationship requires a high level of commitment from both partners, and you’re not in a position to make that kind of commitment as teens – neither emotionally, physically, nor in terms of your future plans. As President Boyd K. Packer, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, has, said to youth, “Avoid steady dating. Steady dating is courtship, and surely the beginning of courtship ought to be delayed until you have emerged from your teens”.

Source: https://www.lds.org

118. It can be inferred from the fírst paragraph that ________ .

A. Dating doesn’t mean having exclusive boyfriend or girlfriend

B. Teenagers are supposed to have a steady boyfriend or girlfriend

C. Teenagers date as many boyfriends or girlfriends as they can

D. Young people shouldn’t be allowed to date at 16

119. The word “aced” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _________ .

A. Gave up                B. misled            C. succeeded in               D. understood

120. According to the passage, what is NOT true about casual dating?

A. You can be íriend with each other.

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B. You don’t pair off exclusively.

C. You find your “one and only”.

D. You meet different kinds of people.

121. It is stated in the passage that steady dating ________.

A. Includes a variety of things with a variety of people

B. Is courtship that you ought to have in your teens

C. Requires hardly any commitment

D. Suits people who are in their 20s

122. Which of the following would serve as the best title for the passage?

A. At what age are young people allowed to date?

B. Casual dating or steady dating.

C. Malce your teenage dating by keeping it casual.

D. Popular kinds of dating for teenagers.

It has long been seen as a less romantic way of meeting Mr Right. But finding love over the Internet is a good way of meeting a marriage partner, research has showed. It found that one in five of those who have used dating sites to find their perfect partner have gone on to marry someone they met over the web. The study, by consumer group Which?, also revealed that more than half of the

1, 504 people questioned had been on a date with someone they met in cyberspace. Sixty-two per cent agreed that it was easier to meet someone on a dating site than in other ways, such as in a pub or club, or through friends. At the same time, the under-35s were more likely to know someone who had been on a date or had a long-term relationship with someone they met through Online dating. The survey also found that Match.com and Dating Direct were the most popular dating websites.

Jess Ross, editor of which.co.uk, said: “Online dating is revolutionising the way people meet each other. Switching the Computer on could be the ĩirst step to success.” According to industry surveys, more than 22 million people visited dating websites in 2007, and more than two million Britons are signed up to singles sites. Previous research has shown that couples who get to know each other via emails are more lilcely to see each other again after their first date. Two years ago, a study by Bath University revealed that those who met on dating websites were 94 per cent more likely to see each other after their first meeting than other couples. The researchers studied relationships íbrmed on Online dating website Match.com over a six-month period. They found that consummate love – described as a balance of passion, intimacy and commitment – was evident at around 12 months into a relationship. Of the 147 couples who took part in the study, 61 per cent said their relationships had high levels of these components. The researchers also found that men were more likely to find true love on the Internet than women. Some 67 per cent of men but just 57 per cent of women said they had experienced consummate love with an Online partner.

Companionate love – a relationship with high levels of intimacy and commitment, but lower levels of passion – was the next most frequently experienced form of love, exhibited by 16 per cent of the study group. Dr Jeff Gavin, who led the team, said: “To date, there has been no systematic study of love in the context-of relationships formed via Online dating sites. But with the popularity of Online dating, it is imperative we understand the factors that influence satisfaction in relationships fonned in this way.” Charlotte Harper, of Match.com, said: “We were thrilled to fìnd so many of our fonner members have found love. lí supports our belief that the Internet does in fact encourage old-fashioned courtship.”

(Source: http://www.dailymail. co. uk)

123. Accordins; to the passage, Online dating is seen as________ .

A. A modem romantic way of dating

B. An economical way of dating

C. the tastesí way to find a soul mate

D. a great change in the way people meet

124. The words “cyberspace” in paragraph 2 probably means __________ .

A. Dating agency                   B. group dating

C. Online network                D. school club

125. According to the passage, the number of people taking part in a study by Bath University was _________ .

A. More than 1500                  B. more than 750

C. about 150                             D. about 300

126. The words “systematic” in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning to _________ .

A. efficient .               B. fixed                C. flexible                     D. insecure

127. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?

A. Consiimmale love has higher levels of passion than companionate love.

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B. Less than 20 million people visited dating websites in 2007.

C. Many members of match.com have found love.

D. Men are more iikely to find their ideal partner Online than vvomen.

128. The word “imperative” in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning to __________ .

A. Crucial                   B. minor                   C. optional                 D. useless

129. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?

A. Many couples got married within 12 months since their first meeting.

B. Men were more likely to visit dating websites than women.

C. The number of single people in Britons reduced owing to Online dating.

D. Many people had a long-tern relationship through Online dating.

130. Which of the following vvould serve as the best title for the passage?

A. Internet does- in fact encourage old-fashioned courtship.

B. Online dating – a good way of meeting people.

c. Online dating is showed to help you find your perfect partner.

D. The revolution of Online dating is alarming

131.I have to take the responsibility.

A. It’s I am that responsible.

B. It is I who am responsible.

C. It is me who am responsible.

D. It’s that me is responsible.

132. It was her story that made me cry.

A. I was made crying by her story.

B. I was made to cry by her story.

C. Her story made me crying.

D. Her story made me to cry.

133. It is unlikely that he will come on time.

A.He is unlikely to come early.

B. It is likely that he will not come too late.

C. It looks as if he will come late.

D. It seems that he will come lately.

134. He became successtul as a professional writer at the age of 20.

A.He did not succeed as a professional vvriter until he was 20.

B. He did not write professionaily until he succeeded at the age of 20.

C. He succeeded as a professional writer until he was 20.

D. He wrote professionally until he became successfai at the age of 20.

135. Mai: “Why don’t we ask Mr Brovvn for help?”

A.Mai asked why they did not ask Mr Brown for help.

B. Mai begged Mr Brown for heỉp to fmđ the reason.

c. Mai suggested that they should ask Mr Brown for help.

D. Mai wanted to know why Mr Brown did not help.

136. John lied to Linda. She didn’t know the reason.

A. Linda didn’t believe that John lied to her.

B. Linda didn’t know how John lied to her.

C. Linda didn’t know what John lied to her.

D. Linda didn’t know what John lied for.

137. Billy did not fínd his cat in the garden. He found it in the garage.

A. It was the garden and garage that Billy found his cat.

B. It wasn’t the garden that Billy did not find his cat.

C. It wasn’t the garden but the garage that Billy found his cat.

D. Billy could not fmd his cat anywhere, even in the garage.

138. She is so attractive. Many boys run after her.

A. So attractive is she many boys that run after her.

B. So attractive is she that many boys run after her.

C. So attractive she is that many boys run after her.

D. So that attractive she is many boys run after her.

139. You can feel more at ease by taking part in group dating. It’s the only way.

A. By taking part in groụp dating can you only feel more at ease.

B. Only by taking part in group dating can you feel more at ease.

C. The only way you is by taking part in group dating canfeel more at ease.

D. The way you can feel more at ease is talcing part in onlygroup dating.

140. Mary broke up with her boyfriend. She couldn’t stand his complaining.

A. Although Mary broke up with her boyfriend, she couldn’t stand his complaining.

B. Mary broke up with her boyfriend because she couldn’t stand his complaining.

C. Mary broke up with her boyfriend; however, she couldn’t stand his complaining.

D. Mary broke up with her boyfriend in case she couldn’t stand his complaining.

 

 

 

 

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