Unit 7 Further Education (Phần IV, V, VI) – Bài tập trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 11


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91. “Could you pass that book over to me, please?” – “ ________ ”

A. Yes, of course.

B. No, why not?

B. Actually, 1’m busy.

D. Yes, go ahead.

92. “If I were you, I would apply for the scholarship to the university of

Melbourne.” – “ _______ ”

A. I’m not afraid so.                          B. Noway!

C. I guess I should.                              D. I hope so.

93. “I hear you’ve passed your exam. Congratulations!” – “_______ ”

A. What a pity!                   B. You’re welcome.

C. I’m alright.                    D. Thank you.

94. “Why do you choose French as your second major?” – ” _______ “

A. Because it’s quite like English.

B. Because they are friendly.

C. I don’t really care.

D. It’s nice to say so.

95. “Can I have a quick look at your lecture notes?” – “ _________ ”

A. Of course not today.

B. So far, so good!

C. No, I don’t think so.

D. Sorry, I’m using them myself.

96. – “Let’s go to the Dr. Millet’s seminar on learning styles this afternoon!”

A. I wish I could but I’m busy then.

B. Learning styles are really subjective.

C. Thanks, I won’t.

D. I would if I were you.

97. – “Mom, I’ve received an offer for a summer internship in Singapore!”

A. Really? Good luck!

B. Oh, that’s great! Congratulations!

C. I couldn’t agree more.

D. Oh, I’m sorry to hear that.

98. “Sorry, I’m late! May I come in, Miss Millie?” – “ ________”

A. Yes, come in, please!

B. Not right now.

C. Let’s do it!

D. I guess so.

99. “What an imaginative essay youVe written, Matt!” – “ __________ ”

A. That’s the least I could do.

B. Actually, I don’t mind.

C. Thanks, it’s nice of you to say so.

D. Sorry, just my luck!

100. – “It was very kind of you to help me with the difficult homework!”

– “_____”

A. Oh, don’t mention it.

B. Sony, I don’t know.

C. That sounds nice.

D. Thanks a lot.

101. “Do you mind if I use your dictionary for a while?” — “_________ ”

A. Yes, I don’t mind.

B. No, I don’t think so.

C. Yes, go ahead.

D. No, go right ahead.

102. “Work harder or you’ll fail the exam!” – “ ________ ”

A. Oh, that’s fíne for me!                    B. Thanks, I will.

C. That sounds great!                          D. Sure, go ahead!

103. ” I’m sorry, teacher. I’ve left my exercise book at home today!”- ” ______“

A. I’m afraid, you can’t.

B. Well, don’t do that again next time.

C. No, of course not.

D. I hope you won’t.

104. “Shall I lend you a hand with the survey questionnaire?” – “ _______”

A. Yes, I’d love to.

B. That sounds interesting

C. Sure! That would be great help!

D. How about tomorrow?

105. – ” I’ll celebrate my graduation party this weekend. Could you come?”

– ” ______”

A. Yes, of course, I will.

B. How can this be?

C. The more, the merrier.

D. Great work! Keep up!

One way of training for your future occupation in Germany is by pursuing a dual vocational training programme. Such programmes offer plenty of opportunity for on-the-job training and work experience. Programmes usually last between two and three and a half years and comprise theoretical as well as practical elements. You will spend one or two days a week, or severạl weeks at once, at a vocational school where you will acquire the theoretical knowledge that you will need in your future occupation. The rest of the time will be spent at a company. There you get to apply your newly acquired knowledge in practice, for example by learning to operate machinery. You will get to know what your company does, learn how it operates and íìnd out if you can see yourself working there after completing your training.

This combination of theory and practice gives you a real head start into your job: by the time you have completed your training, you will not only have the required technical knowledge, but you will also have hands-on experience in your job. There are around 350 officially recognised training programmes in Germany, so chances are good that one of them will suit your interests and talents. You can find out which one that might be by visiting one of the jobs and vocational training fairs which are organised in many Gernan cities at different times in the year.

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Employment prospects for students who have completed a dual vocational training programme are very good. This is one of the reasons why this kind of training is very popular with young Gennans: around two thirds of all students leaving school go on to start a vocationaỉ training programme.

(Source: http ://www. make-it-in-germany. com)

106. Which of the following is probably the best title of the passage?

A. Employment Opportunities and Prospects in Germany

B. Higher Education System in Germany

C. Dual Vocational Training System in Germany

D. Combination of Theory and Practice in Studying in Germany

107. The word “it” in the first paragraph refers to _________ .

A. Company          B. machinery          C. knowledge           D. organisation

108. Which of the following statements best describes the dual vocational training programmes?.

A. These programmes consist of an intensive theoretical course of two and a haỉf years at a vocational school.

B. These programmes require you to have only practical working time at a certain company.

C. These programmes offer you some necessary technical skills to do your future job.

D. These programnies provide you with both theoretical knowledge and practical working experience.

109. The word “hands-on” in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to _________.

A. Theoretical              B. practical            C. Technical              D. integral

110. How many German school leavers choose this vocational training programme?

A. Well over 75%                   B. around one out of five

C. Less than a third              D. about 70%

Do you think education is better now than it was in your grandparents’ time? Many older people in the UK believe the opposite. “Schools were better in our day,” they complain. “There isn’t enough discipline these days. Kids don’t work as hard as we did, either. The syllabus isn’t as challenging, so clever students aren’t being stretched enough. They need to study things in greater depth. Exams are much, much easier now as well.”

Were schools better years ago? Some British teenagers travelled back in time to a 1950s boarding school. They got a big surprise! The first shock came when the teenagers met their new teachers. Dressed in traditional black gowns, they look so frosty and uncaring! They were really authoritarian, too, so anyone caught breaking the rules – talking in classes, mucking about in the playground or playing truant – was in big trouble! Punishments included writing ‘lines, or staying after class to do detention. The naughtiest kids were expelled.

Things were just as bad after class. At meal times the students had to endure a diet of plain, no-nonsense, healthy food. Homework was obligatory and it took ages! Copying essays off the Internet wasn’t an option, as personal computers didn’t exist in the 1950s!

At the end of ‘term’ everyone sat 1950s-style exams. The old exams were  much longer than their twenty-first century equivalents and involved learning huge amounts of facts by heart. History papers were all dates and battles. Maths papers were trickier, too; calculators weren’t around in the 1950s, so the students had to memorise multiplication tables and master long division. Our candidates found this really difficult.

The exam results surprised a lot of people. Students predicted to do well in their real-life, twenty-first century exams often got low grades in the 1950s exams. Does this prove modern exams are too easy? Do twentỵ-first century kids rely too much on modem technology, like calculators and computers? The TV series of That ‘ll teach ‘em! focused on a 1960s vocational school. UK school-kids study a range of academic subjects these days. But in the 1960s, children judged to be less ‘able’ went to vocational schools. These helped them learn job skills. Boys studied subjects like metalwork, woodwork or gardening. In some classes, they even learned how to milk goats! The girls’ timetables included secretarial skills. They also learned to cook, clean and sew – probably not much fun for most girls.

(Source: Activate! B2)

111. What criticism is sometimes made about modem education in the first paragraph?

A. Teachers aren’t strict enough.

B. The syỉlabus is out of date.

C. There’s too much stress on exams.

D. The teaching methods are not good enough.

112. The word “authoritarian” in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to

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A. Inexperienced                       B. impolite

C. Unreasonable                          D. strict

113. Which of the following statements is TRUE about the food the students ate at school?

A. It wasn’t cooked properly.                    B. It wasn’t delicious.

C. It wasn’t nutritious.                                D. There wasn’t much of it.

114. The word “obligatory” in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to .

A. Compulsory                     B. difficult             C. long                 D. complicated

115. According to the passage, how did exams in the 1950s differ from those in the twenty-first century?

A. They covered more subjects.

B. It took students less time to do them.

C. There was more to remember.

D. They were less difficult.

116. What was suiprising about the students’ results after taking the 1950s-style exams?

A. All the students found the exams difficult.

B. Students didn’t do as well as expected.

C. Students who were predicted to fail did rather well.

D. Students did bétter than twenty-first century exams.

117. The word “these” in the last paragraph refers to_________ .

A. School-kids           B. subjects             C. series                D. vocational schools

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

A. Vocational schools provided poorer children with equipment.

B. Vocational schools took children who were good at studying.

C. Vocational schools prepared students for employment.

D. Vocational schools were a complete waste of time.


In the professional or career world, a gap year is a year beíbre going to college

or university and after finishing high school or (119) _________ a year off before

going into graduate school after completing a bachelor as an undergraduate.

(120 ) ____ this time, students may engage in advanced academiccourses,

extra-academic courses and non-academic courses, such as yearlong pre-college math courses, language studies, leaming a trade, art studies, volunteer work, travel, internships, sports and more. Gap years are sometimes considered a way for students to become independent and learn a great deal of

(121 ) _________ prior to engaging in university life.

Australians and New Zealanders have a tradition of travelling overseas independently (122) _______ a young age. In New Zealand, this is known as “doing an OE” (Overseas Experience). Sometimes, an OE is (123) _______ to

one year, but often Australians and New Zealanders will remain overseas for three to five years, with many working short-term in Service industry jobs to fund their continuing travels. Europe and Asia are popular destinations for doing an OE. In Australia, through exchange programmes and benefits for youth, there are so many opportunities for a young person to broaden their (124)____ through travel in a gap year.

(Source: https://en. wikipedia.org)

119. A. calling B. going C. taking D. turning
120. A. During B. When C. While D. By
121. A. responsible B. responsibility C. irresponsible D. irresponsibility
122. A. at  B. on C. in D. for
123. A. distributed B. used C. spent D. limited
124. A. head B. mind C. brain D. memory


How do you feel when you sit an exam? Do you always succeed in getting all

your ideas down on paper, or do you sometimes feel that you’re (125) ________ a

mess of it? (126)______ from those lucky few who sail through exams, most

secondary school pupils find them very stressful. Many teachers are

(127) ______ of the problems their students face and use a different method for

measuring their progress: continuous. With continuous assessment, students are.given (128) tasks to do throughout the year. All their marks are

added together to produce a total mark (129) __________ the end of the year.

Students have to (130)______ more responsibility for their education because

they can’t rely on doing well on just one day. Also, they have more time to think over their work, meaning that they are able to do their best.

(Source: Destination B2)

125. A. doing B. having C. making D. taking
126. A. Apart B. According C. Except D. But
128. A. variety B. intelligent C. recognisable D. knowledgeable
129. A. at B. various C. vary D. variably
129. A. at B. on C. in D. from
130. A. do B. get C. make D. take

131. It’s only her second time in an international conference about further education.

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A. It was the second time she had been in an international conference about further education.

B. She has only been in an international conference about further education once before.

C. She has never been to any international conference about further education before.

D. She has already got used to being in an international conference about further education.

132. I started writing this essay hours ago and it’s still not right.

A. I have been writing this essay for hours and it’s stiỉl not right.

B. It’s hours ago since 1 last wrote this essay correctly.

C. The last time I started writing this essay was hours ago, which is still not right.

D. I didn’t stop to write this essay hours ago and it’s still not right.

133. “You’d better work harder if you don’t want to retake the exam!” the teacher said to Jimmy.

A. The teacher advised Jimmy to work harder if he didn’t want to retake the exam.

B. The teacher ordered Jimmy to work harder if he didn’t want to retake the exam. C. The teacher reminded Jimmy to work harder if he didn’t want to retake the exam.

D. The teacher warned Jimmy to work harder if he didn’t want to retake the exam.

134. Lisa has never studied abroad before.

A. It’s the first time Lisa has ever studied abroad.

B. It’s the last time since Lisa studied abroad.

c. It was the first time Lisa had ever studied abroad.

D. Never before Lisa has studied abroad.

135. The last time my friend wrote a letter to me was in February.

A. I haven’t never received a letter from my friend since February.

B. I last received a ỉetter from my friend Ịn February.

C. It was in February since I first received a letter from my friend.

D. My friend last wrote a letter to me when in February.

136. Marie prepared her homework carefully. She could answer all the questions and got good marks. .

A. Although she prepared her homework carefully, Marie could not answer all the questions and got good marks.

B. Having prepared her homework carefully, Marie could answer all the questions and got good marks.

C. If she had prepared her homework carefully, Marie could have answered all the questions and got good marks.

D. It was because of her careful preparation for the homework, Marie couldn’t answer all the questions and got good marks.

137. We have been trying to ỉearn English for vears. We haven’t succeeded yet.

A. Although we have been trying to learn English for years, we haven’t succeeded yet.

B. After we’ve been trying to learn English for years, we have succeeded.

C. We haven’t succeeded yet since we have been trying to learn English for years. D. We have been trying to learn English for years, so we haven’t succeeded yet.

138. The teacher was giving the ỉesson. The lights went out.

A. The lights went out as soon as the teacher started giving the lesson.

B. If the teacher had been giving the lesson, the lights wouldn’t have gone out.

C. The teacher was giving the lesson, so the lights went out.

D. while the teacher was giving the lesson, the lights went out.

139. Our school started building a new canteen in June. They are still building it now.

A. Our school have started buiỉding a new canteen from June till novv,

B. Our school have been building a new canteen since June.

C. Our school have built a new canteen now since started; in June.

D. Our school are building the new canteen which started in June.

140. Henry only started learning English last year. However, he can now speak it like a native.

A. If he had started learning Engỉish last year, Henry could now speak it like a native.

B. After starting leaming English last year, Henry can now speak it lilce a native.

C. Although he only started learning English last year, Henry can now speak it like a native.

D. Henry, who has only started learning English since last year, can now speak it like a native.





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