Unit 4 Caring for Those in Need (Phần IV, V, VI) – Bài tập trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 11

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91. – “Shall we join the Green Summer Camp after the semester finishes?”

A. That’s a great idea!

B. They’re very good!

C. Notatall!

D. No, let’s!

92. “Thanks for your support for our campaign!” – “ _________ ”

A. I don’t bother.

B. That’ll be fine for me.

C. It’s my pleasure.

D. That’s a nuisance.

93. “Why don’t we send them some textbooks, newspapers and picture books?

– “______”

A. Great idea! What meaningíul gifts!

B. No, they are not available.

C. We’re sorry to hear this.

D. You should agree with us.

94. “As far as I know, doing charity work is a really helpful thing for everyone in

the society.” – “ _______ ”

A. That sounds great.

B. I couldn’t agree with you more.

C. I’ll take part in this campaign.

D. That’s fine for me.

95. “If I were you, I would collect this waste paper for a charity activity at school.”

A. I guess I should.

B. It doesn’t matter.

C. I don’t agree.

D. It’s a waste of money.

96. “Guess what? I’ve been reci*uited to be a member of Green Dream Volunteer Group.” – “ ___________ ”

A. Good luck next time!

B. It doesn’t make sense to me.

C. That’s the least thing I could do for you.

D. That’s great! Congratulations!

97. “Mom, may I go away to Quang Binh at the weekends to help the unlucky

people there?” – “ __________ ”

A. Never mind. Your íĩrst priority is to study.

B. No way, you’ve run out of time.

C. No, of course, I won’t.

D. Ỵes, of course. That’s a good thing to do.

98. “ ________” – “No, that would be fme.”

A. Are you writing your essay on how to help the disabled?

B. Could you allow me to read your essay on how to help the disabled?

C. Do you mind if I have a look at your essay on how to help the disabled?

D. Would you correct your essay on how to help the disabled?

99. “Oh, this suitcase is really heavy, and my back is killing me!” – “_________ ”

A. I sometimes have a backache.

B. Oh, thanks for your help.

C. It’s very good of you to do that.

D. Shall I carry it for you?

100. “Let’s join hands to help the lonely elderly in our neighbourhood!”

A. By all means, we can’t.

B. It’s true for now.

C. You’re welcome!

D. Yes, let’s plan on it.

101. “What a charitable deed you have, Mary!” – “ __________ ”

A. I don’t like your sayings.

B. It’s nice of you to say so.

C. You are a liar.

D. Thank you Very much, I’m afraid.

102. “ Can you tell me the way to Hoa Binh Orphanage?” – “ __________ ”

A. It’s about two kilometres.

B. It opens at nine 0’clock.

C. Go straight and turn to the first left.

D. You can walk or go there by taxi.

103. “Can students from other schools join “Special Christmas Gifts” campaign,

Maria? – “ _________ ”

A. Great idea! What a meaningful gift

B. Oh, how can they lend us a hand?

C. It is very kind of you to say so.

D. Sure, a few other schools have already joined us.

104. “How often do you visit the nursing home for the elderly?” – ________ ”

A. Every two weeks.

B. From that bus stop over there.

C. Much often.

D. Twice or three times.

105. “Would you mind helping me with the heavy boxes?” – “ __________ ”

A. My Gosh!                        B. Not at all.

C. What a pity!                   D. Yes, I would.

Humanitarian Dorothea Dix was bom in Hampden, Maine, in 1802. At the age of 19, she established a school for girls, the Dix Mansion School, in Boston, but had to close it in 1835 due to her poor health. She wrote and published the first of many books for children in 1824. In 1841, Dix accepted an invitation to teach classes at a prison in East Cambridge, Massachusetts. She was deeply disturbed by the sight of mentally-ill persons thrown in the jail and treated like criminals. For the next eighteen months, she toured Massachusetts institutions where other mental patients were confined and reported the shocking conditions she found to the State legislature. When improvements followed in. Massachusetts, she tumed her attention to the neighbouring states and then to the West and South.

Dix’s work was interrupted by the Civil War; she served as superintendent of women hospital nurses for the federal government.

Dix saw special hospitals for the mentally-ill built in some fífteen states. Although her plan to obtain public land for her cause failed, she aroused concem for the problem of mental illnesses all over the United States as well as in Canada and Europe.

Dix’s success was due to her independent and thorough research, her gentle but persistent manner, and her ability to secure the help of powerful and wealthy supporters.

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(Source: Adaptedfrom TOEFL Success Peterson ’s)

106. In what year was the Dix Mansion School closed?

A. 1802                B. 1824                    C. 1835                  D. 1841

107. Why did Dorothea Dix first go to a prison?

A. She was convicted of a crime.

B. She taught classes there.

C. She was sent there by the State legislature.

D. She was doing research for a book.

108. Where was Dorothea Dix first able to bring about reforms in the treatment of the mentally-ill?

A. Canada B. Europe

c. Massachusetts D. The West and the South

109. The word “conĩined” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _______ .

A. Restricted                B. treated              C. cared for              D. supported

110. Dorothea Dix was NOT successful in her attempt to ________ .

A. Arouse concem for the mentally-ill

B. Become superintendent of nurses

C. Obtain public lands

D. Publish books for children

All over the country, young people are entering a world of homelessness and poverty, according to a recent report by the housing group, Shelter.

Nearly 150,000 young people aged between sixteen and twenty-five will become homeless this year, says Shelter. Some of the young homeless may sleep out in the open in such places as the “cardboard city” in London, where people of all ages sleep in the open air in their only homes – cardboard boxes. Others may find accommodation in shelters run by voluntary organisations or get a place in a hostel, which gives them board up to ten weeks.

But who are these people? Those who are seeking a roof over their heads are mostly not runaways but “throwaways” – people who have been thrown out of their homes 0r forced to leave because of parental divorce, an unsympathetic step-parent or one of many other reasons.

Take the case of one sixteen-year-old schoolgirl, Alice. She did not come from a poor home and had just passed her exams with good results. The Shelter team met her in a hostel where she was doing her physics homework. Her parents had thrown her out of her home for no other reason that she wanted to do Science Advanced Level Exams – which her parents refused her permission to do, saying that studying sciences was unladylike!

Shelter says that the government’s laws do nothing to help these youngsters. Rising rents, the shortage of cheap housing and the cut in benefits for young people under the age of twenty-five are causing a national problem, according to Shelter. The recent changes in the beneĩit laws mean that someone aged between sixteen and twenty-five gets less than older people and they can only claim State help if they prove that they left home for a good reason.

Shelter believes that because of the major cuts in beneíĩts to young people, more and more are being forced to sleep on the streets. Shelter also points out that if you are homeless, you can’t get a job because employers will not hire someone without a permanent address; and if you can’t get a job, you are homeless because you don’t have any money to pay for accommodation. It’s an impossible situation.

(Source: FCE success workbook)

111. According to a recent report by Shelter, it appears that_________ .

A. Hostels are too full to offer accommodation to homeless young people

B. More and more young people all over the world are finding themselves homeless

C. Nearly 150,000 young people live out in the open

D. Young homeless people live in places like “cardboarđ city”

112. The word “Others” in paragraph 2 refers to _________.

A. People of all ages                          B. young people

C. The young homeless                     D. voluntary organisations

113. Most young people become homeless because _________ .

A. Circumstances make it impossible for them to live at home

B. They do not want to live with a divorced parent

C. They have run away from home

D. They have thrown away any chances of living at home by behaving badly

114. Why was Alice tumed out of her home?

A. Her parents didn’t agree with what she wanted to do.

B. She didn’t want to study for her Advanced Level Exams.

C. She had not obtained high marks in her exams.

D. She reíused to do her homework in the evening.

115. According to the passage, “benefits” are ___________.

A. Extra wages for part-time workers

B. Gifts of food and clothing

C. Laws about distributing money

D. Subsidies for those in need

116. The chaníĩes in the system of benefits mean that _________ .

A. Anyone under twenty-five and not living at home will receive help with food and accommodation

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B. The under twenty-fives can claim money only if they have left home

C. Young people do not receive as much money as those over twenty-five

D. Young peopỉe cannot claim money unless they are under sixteen or over twenty-five

117. According to Shelter, once young people have been forced onto the streets,

A. Their benefits will be severely cut

B. They will find it difficult to find work

C. They will never go back home again

D. they will encourage their friends to do the same

118. The word “permanent” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to .

A. flexible                     B. obvious                  C. stable                 D. simple

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770-1827)

Beethoven is widely regarded as one of the greatest composers in history. He

gave his first public (119) ______ as a pianist when he was only 8 years old. He

studied in Vienna (120) _______ the guidance of Mozart. By his mid-twenties he

(121 ) ________ a name for himself as a great pianist known for unpredictable and

brilliant improvisations. In 1796, Beethoven began losing his hearing. (122 ) _________ his illness, he involved himself ‘in his work and (123) _________

some of the greatest works of music. Beethoven’s finest works are also the finest works of their kind in music history: the 9th Symphony, the 5th Piano Concerto, the Violin Concerto, the Late Quartets, and his Missa Solemnis. And he achieved all these despite being completely (124) ___________ for the last 25 years or so of his life.

(Source: http://Listverse.com)

119. A. perform B. performance C. performing D. performer
120. A. on B. for C. behind D. under
121. A. had earned B. eamed C. has earned D. was eaming
122. A. In case of B. Instead of C. In order to D. In spite of
123. A. did B. created C. painted D. learned
124. A. deaf B. mute C. blind D. sick

THANKS A MILLION

Percy Ross was born in 1916 in Michigan. His parents has come to the USA from Latvia and Russia and the family were poor. But Percy soon showed a talent (125)______ business and made a fortune in the fur trade and auction business. Then disaster struck and he (126) _________ all his money. But he soon made a fortune again – this time by (127) ________ plastic bags. In 1969, he sold his plastic bag company for millions of dollars. Ross started giving away in 1977: he gave $50,000 to 50 Vietnamese refugees

so that they could make a new home in the USA. (128) _____________ he held a

Christmas party for 1,050 poor children in the American town of Minneapolis. Ross bought a bike for every one of the 1,050 children at the party.

After these first experiences of giving money away, Ross decided to do it on a (129) _____ basis. He started a newspaper column called ‘Thanks a Million’, and later a radio show, in order to give away his money. It took years, but Ross finally (130) ______ in giving away his entire fortune.

(Source: Solutions – Intermediate)

125. A. for B. of C. on D. with
126. A. threw B. wasted C. lost D. sent
127. A. manufacture B. manufacturing C. manufacturer D. manufactured
128. A.But B. Then C. Yet D. Though
129. A. frequent B. usual C. occasional D. regular
130. A. interested B. invested C.succeeded D. tried

131. “We’ll give four million glasses of milk to thousands of disadvantaged

children this year,” a dairy giant in Ha Noi said.

A. A dairy giant in Ha Noi wanted to give four million glasses of milk to thousands of disadvantaged children this year.

B. A dairy giant in Ha Noi suggested giving four million glasses of milk to thousands of disadvantaged children that year.

C. A dairy giant in Ha Noi promised to give four million glasses of milk to thousands of disadvantaged children that year.

D. A dairy giant in Ha Noi ọrdered to give four million glasses of milk to thousands of disadvantaged children that year.

132. Hundreds of students in Can Tho crafted 800 paper lanterns for poor children

in the last Mid-Autumn Festival.

A. Both the students and poor children in Can Tho crafted 800 paper lanterns in the last Mid-Autumn Festival.

B. 800 paper lantems were craữed for poor children in the last Mid-Autumn Festival by hundreds of students in Can Tho.

C. Hundreds of students in Can Tho had 800 paper lanterns made for poor children in the last Mid-Autumn Festival.

D. Thanks to hundreds of students in Can Tho, poor children made 800 paper lanteras in the last Mid-Autumn Festival.

133. Both disabled and non-disabled people can contribute to our community by doing voluntary work.

A. Doing voluntary work can make contribution to our community by both disabled and non-disabled people.

B. Either disabled or non-disabled people can make voluntary contribution to our community.

C. Not only disabled people but also non-disabled ones can contribute to our community by doing; voluntary work.

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D. With voluntary work5 our community can contribute a lot thanks to both disabled and non-disabled people.

134. Last week, a team of foreign volunteers launched a campaign to help students with disabilities.

A. Last week, a team of foreign volunteers set up a campaign for students with disabilities to join in.

B. Last week, students with disabilities volunteered to launch a campaign with the help of a team of foreign volunteers.

C. Last week, both a team of foreign volunteers and students with disabilities launched a campaign.

D. Last week, a campaign was launched to help students with disabilities by a team of foreign volunteers.

135. Two European phiỉanthropists have spent more than a year walking from their continent to Asia to raise funds for needy children in Viet Nam.

A. Funds were raised for needy children in Viet Nam by a one-year-walk from their continent to Asia by two European philanthropists.

B. In order to raise funds for needy children in Viet Nam, two European philanthropists have spent more than a year walking from their continent to Asia.

C. Two Europẹan philanthropists have been walking from their continent to Asia for more than a year because of needy children in Viet Nam.

D. Two European philanthropists walked from their continent to Asia more than a year ago to raise funds for needy children in Viet Nam.

136. The program about the campaign drew the participation of 25 companies and sponsors in the city. It was broadcast live on HTV9 channel last night.

A. Although it was broadcast live on HTV9 channel last night, the program about the campaign only drew the participation of 25 companies and sponsors in the city.

B. The program about the campaign, which was broadcast live on HTV9 channel last night, drew the participation of 25 companies and sponsors in the city.

C. The program about the campaign not only drew the participation of 25 companies and sponsors in the city but it was also broadcast live on HTV9 channel last night.

D. The program about the campaign was broadcast live on HTV9 channel last night in order to draw the participation of 25 companies and sponsors in the city.

137. A Vietnamese ex-student of Oxford University has established a foundation.

This aims to construct bridges to facilitate travel in isolated communities.

A. A Vietnamese ex-student of Oxford University has established a foundation to construct bridges to facilitate travel in isolated communities.

B. A Vietnamese ex-student of Oxford ưniversity who has established a foundation constmcted bridges to facilitate travel in isolated communities.

c. Bridges are ‘constructed to facilitate travel in isolated communities hy a Vietnamese ex-student of Oxford University who has established a foundation.

D. If a Vietnamese ex-student of Oxford University has established a íoundation, he will construct bridges to facilitate traveỉ in isolated communities,

138. A man in Quang Nam has launched a solo effort to fundmise for a young girl.

Her parents died in a tragic waterway accident.

A. A man in Quang Nam whose parents died in a tragic waterway accident has launched a solo effort to fundraise for a young girl.

B. A man in Quang Nam has ỉaunched a solo effort to íundraise for a young girl whose parents died in a tragic waterway accident.

C. In order to fundraise for a young girl, a man whose parents died in a tragic waterway accident has launched a solo effort.

D. When a man in Quang Nam has launched a solo effort to fundraise for a young girl, her parents died in a tragic waterway accident.

139. They wanted to provide ciarity and publicity. Therefore, they listed all donors’

names along with their amount of contribution and their photos.

A. In order to list all donors’ names along with their amount of contribution and their photos, they wanted to provide cỉariíy and publicity.

B. Only when they provided cianty and publicity diđ they ỉist alỉ donors’ names along with their amount of contribution and their photos.

C. They either provided clarity and publicity or listed all donors’ names along with their amount of contribution and their photos.

D. They provided clarity and publicity by listing all donors’ names along with their amount of contribution and their photos.

140. Niggli fírst visited Viet Nam in 1999. He has been a generous sponsor of

underprivileged Vietnamese children since then.

A. Before visiting Viet Nam in 1999, Niggli has been a generous sponsor of underprivileged Vietnamese children.

B. Niggli has been a generous sponsor of underprivileged Vietnamese children since his first visit to Viet Nam in 1999.

C. Niggli first visited Viet Nam in 1999 when he has been a generous sponsor of underprivileged Vietnamese children.

D. When he first visited Viet Nam in 1999, Niggli had been a generous sponsor of underprivileged Vietnamese children.

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