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BAI TAP UNIT 12 ENGLISH 10

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Người gửi: Nguyễn Tấn Tài
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UNIT 12: MUSIC
A. MULTIPLE CHOICES:
I/ Choose the word whose underlined part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:
1/ A. music B. discuss C. communicate D. human
2/ A. type B. busy C. happy D. physic
3/ A. match B. jazz C. passage D. class
4/ A. description B. tradition C. question D. expression
5/ A. folk B. rock C. strong D. pop
6/ A. group B. loud C. proud D. count
7/ A. beat B. weak C. feel D. bread
8/ A. forks B. instruments C. feelings D. thoughts
9/ A. foot B. book C. good D. poor
10/ A. worked B. talented C. appreciated D. rejuvenated
II/ Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:
1/ A. music B. peaceful C. tempo D. relax
2/ A. traditional B. combination C. communicate D. rejuvenate
3/ A. African B. energy C. instrument D. musician
4/ A. European B. especially C. emotional D. considerate
5/ A. popular B. powerful C. description D. talented
6/ A. human B. solemn C. whether D. contain
7/ A. important B. musical C. wonderful D. telephone
8/ A. beautiful B. example C. cinema D. favorite
9/ A. express B. grammar C. record D. office
10/ A. ballad B. concert C. enough D. contest
III/ Select the synonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ Discuss and match each type of music to a suitable description.
A. good B. fitting C. famous D. pretty
2/ What’s modern music that is popular with young people?
A. recent B. fresh C. childish D. adolescent
3/ Do you know what is a style of music with a strong and loud beat?
A. powerful B. determined C. keen D. major
4/ Like reading, writing and speaking, music can express ideas, thoughts and feelings.
A. show B. say C. talk D. speak
5/ Music can also help you to relax and feel rejuvenated.
A. strengthened B. bettered C. refreshed D. recovered
6/ Music can help you beat a bad mood or maintain a good mood.
A. hold B. support C. repair D. continue
7/ To feel rejuvenated, you should start with something serene and relaxing, then gradually change to something with faster tempo and stronger beats.
A. pleasant B. cold C. interesting D. wonderful
8/ For example, you can play a ballad, then move on to something more energetic such as rock ’n’ roll.
A. forceful B. healthy C. strong D. huge
9/ Quang Hung sometimes feels proud of his country, Viet Nam, when he hears the song.
A. interested in B. delighted with C. modest about D. good at
10/ Discuss Quang Hung’s ideas about Van Cao’s music.
A. Say to B. Tell about C. Think of D. Talk over
IV/ Select the antonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ What music is serious and traditional Western European music?
A. superficial B. short-range C. lighthearted D. simple
2/ What music is serious and traditional Western European music?
A. uncommon B. incorrect C. impossible D. irregular
3/ When combined with words in a song, it is one of the most powerful means of communication that humans have.
A. unconvincing B. feeble C. ugly D. harmless
4/ Music can help you beat a bad mood or maintain a good mood.
A. dispute B. slight C. disconnect D. discontinue
5/ Music can also help you relax and feel rejuvenated.
A. aged B. bored C. tired D. saddened
6/ To feel rejuvenated, you should start with something serene and relaxing, then gradually change to something with faster tempo and stronger beats.
A. unhappy B. unclear C. anxious D. helpless
7/ For example, you can play a ballad, then move on to something more energetic such as rock ’n’ roll.
A. languid B. ill C. slow D. soft
8/ Quang Hung thinks some of Van Cao’s music is very sweet and gentle.
A. sour B. distasteful C. nasty D. tart
9/ Why does the monitor always go to class on time?
A. lately B. late C. sometime D. sometimes
10/ Use the prompts below to make up complete sentences about Scott Joplin, a famous American musician.
A. obscure B. absent C. unimportant D. impossible
V/ Choose the best answer A, B, C or D for each sentence:
1/ It`s a school for _______ gifted children.
A. music B. musician C. musical D. musically
2/ The rise in US interest rates caused the dollar to _______ against all the Asian currencies.
A. strength B. strengthen C. strong D. strongly
3/ We were woken early by the sound of the birds _______.
A. song B. sing C. singer D. singing
4/ The children were wearing traditional _______ costume.
A. national B. nationalist C. nationality D. nationalize
5/ The mansion is set in 90 acres of beautiful, unspoilt _______.
A. country B. countryman C. countryside D. countrywide
6/ We need to make the club _______ to a wider range of people.
A. attract B. attractive C. attraction D. attractively
7/ What do I think of your purple shoes? Well, they`re certainly _______.
A. difference B. different C. differently D. differential
8/ I read an interesting piece of _______ in the newspaper.
A. inform B. information C. informant D. informational
9/ This sort of aggression is _______ behavior - people aren`t born that way.
A. learn B. learned C. learnt D. learning
10/ Why do so many boys take _______ in torturing insects and small animals?
A. please B. pleasing C. pleasure D. pleasant
VI/ Choose the correct form of verbs to complete the sentences:
1/ His parents _______ him awarded the winner`s medal.
A. saw B. see C. to see D. seeing
2/ Cigarette _______ kills thousands of people every year.
A. smokes B. smoke C. to smoke D. smoking
3/ She was a much ______ baby.
A. wanted B. want C. to want D. wanting
4/ Everybody there looked under twenty and I really _______ my age.
A. felt B. feel C. to feel D. feeling
5/ If you`re ever in Oxford, _______ and visit us.
A. will come B. come C. to come D. coming
6/ He`s gone down to the corner shop _______ some milk.
A. will get B. get C. to get D. getting
7/ The children spent the afternoon _______ in the garden.
A. played B. play C. to play D. playing
8/ He _______ the girl on the arm to get her attention.
A. touched B. touches C. to touch D. touching
9/ There are more people _______ at this time of the year so prices are high.
A. bought B. buy C. to buy D. buying
10/ Not only _______ I speak to her, I even got her autograph!
A. did B. do C. to do D. doing
VII/ Find the one mistake (A, B, C or D) in these sentences and then correct them:
1/ (A) Would you like (B) to have lunch now (C) and (D) later?
2/ We are reminded (A) once again (B) of the writer`s love (C) of (D) a sea.
3/ I’d like (A) to have taken a holiday, (B) but I (C) didn’t have (D) too much money.
4/ “I can`t come (A) in Saturday.” “That`s (B) too bad - we`ve (C) already bought the tickets (D) so you`ll still have to pay.”
5/ We’d love (A) to have gone (B) to the barbecue, (C) but it was (D) possible.
6/ They (A) went to a restaurant (B) and they didn’t enjoy it. They’d prefer (C) to have eaten (D) at home.
7/ You remembered (A) locking the door (B) before you left, (C) but you forgot (D) to close the windows.
8/ Ms. Hoa could remember (A) to drive (B) along the street (C) just before the accident happened, (D) but she couldn’t remember the accident itself.
9/ The old woman was (A) very tired. She tried (B) to keep her eyes (C) to open, but she (D) couldn’t.
10/ My brother has got a (A) terrible headache. He tried (B) taking an aspirin, (C) but it (D) doesn’t help.
VIII/ Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it:
Music, artful arrangement of sounds (1) _______ time. This definition is obviously very broad, but a narrower one would exclude (2) _______ much. Music is part of virtually every culture on (3) _______, but it varies widely among cultures in style and structure. Definitions of music can (4) _______ dramatically over a short time, as they have across the world during the 20th (5) _________.
Can music exist without (6) _______? Some philosophers argue that music should be defined as a kind of “mental (7) _______” and that the physical aspects of sound are simply by-products of this image. If you (8) _______ you can have a musical experience by imagining the sound of a piece of music, then you think (9) _______ can exist without sound. But most musical experiences involve producing or (10) _______ to physical characteristics of sound such as pitch and timbre (quality comparable to texture or color in sight).
Is the tape-recorded sound of a large metal-stamping machine music? Are 4 minutes (11) _______ 33 seconds of silence music? Is the activity of reading a (12) _______ of hundreds of seemingly unrelated objects, activities, and states of mind music? Each of these “(13) _______”, as well as many other sounds (or nonsounds), has been copyrighted (14) _______ a musical composition, performed, and recorded in the 20th century. One of the legacies of 20th-century music is to have blurred the definition of music as (15) _______ before.
New vocabulary:
- to exclude (v.): ngăn chặn, loại trừ, không cho (ai…) hưởng (quyền…)
- by-product (n.): sản phẩm phụ, hậu quả phụ
- pitch (n.): độ cao (của giọng…)
- timbre (n.): (âm nhạc) âm sắc
- seemingly (adv.): có vẻ, ra vẻ, tưởng chừng như
- legacy (n.): tài sản kế thừa, gia tài
- to blur (v.): làm mờ đi, che mờ
1/ A. through B. over C. along D. across
2/ A. too B. so C. very D. enough
3/ A. Earth B. the moon C. stars D. the sun
4/ A. vary B. change C. remain D. stay
5/ A. year B. month C. century D. decade
6/ A. accent B. voice C. sound D. noise
7/ A. drawing B. painting C. picture D. image
8/ A. know B. say C. see D. think
9/ A. music B. people C. culture D. images
10/ A. reading B. speaking C. listening D. writing
11/ A. and B. but C. or D. so
12/ A. title B. book C. list D. menu
13/ A. phrases B. letters C. words D. works
14/ A. like B. as C. such as D. for example
15/ A. not B. seldom C. ever D. never
B. USE OF ENGLISH:
I/ Match the sentences, clauses or phrases in column A with the ones in column B to make meaningful sentences:

A
B

1/ It is getting late, so I have
A/ to make you disappointed.


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