Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 9, Test for Unit 2 – Clothing – Test 3

Bài tập tiếng Anh 9 theo Unit – Unit 2: Clothing

Test 3: 50 Câu trắc nghiệm

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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Question 1:

A. inspiration

B. label

C. occasion

D. logical

Question 2:

A. grow

B. novel

C. cotton

D. comic

Question 3:

A. modern

B. pattern

C. confident

D. equal

Question 4:

A. musician

B. necessary

C. recently

D. since

Question 5:

A. design

B. loose

C. style

D. symbol

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

Question 6:

A. tunic

B. symbol

C. special

D. unique

Question 7:

A. label

B. freedom

C. clothing

D. inspire

Question 8:

A. practical

B. designer

C. minority

D. occasion

Question 9:

A. consist

B. fashion

C. design

D. constrain

Question 10:

A. convenience

B. encouragement

C. fashionable

D. self-confidence

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 11: “Where was Michael Caine born?”

“In Britain, but today he _____ in the United States.”

A. has lived

B. living

C. lives

D. is live

Question 12: Have they found a malaria vaccine _____?

A. already

B. yet

C. since

D. for

Question 13: “We’re still looking for Thomas.”

“Hasn’t he _____ yet?”

A. been found

B. be found

C. been founded

D. be founded

Question 14: “Whatever happened to that fortune-teller?”

“I don’t know. She _____ around here in a long time.”

A. hasn’t been saw

B. didn’t see

C. hasn’t been seeing

D. hasn’t been seen

Question 15: “Diana is a wonderful ballet dancer.”

“She _____ since she was four.”

A. has been dancing

B. has been danced

C. is dancing

D. was danced

Question 16: “What a beautiful dress you’re wearing!”

“Thank you.

It _____ especially for me by a French tailor.”

A. is made

B. has made

C. made

D. was made

Question 17: “Those eggs of different colors are very artistic.”

“Yes, they _____ in Russia.”

A. were painted

B. were paint

C. were painting

D. painted

Question 18: The city still bears the French name _____ Aix-la-Chapelle.

A. of

B. as

C. is

D. for

Question 19: The work of designer Sonia Rykiel was the original inspiration _____ the movie.

A. of

B. for

C. to

D. in

Question 20: Wearing uniforms helps poor students feel equal _____ others.

A. of

B. for

C. to

D. with

Question 21: We sell a selection of plain and _____ ties.

A. pattern

B. patterned

C. patterning

D. patterns

Question 22: She teaches _____.

A. poet

B. poem

C. poets

D. poetry

Question 23: There is friendly _____ between the two teams.

A. rival

B. rivals

C. relativity

D. rivalry

Question 24: We hope to increase _____ this year to $50 million.

A. sale

B. sells

C. salable

D. selling

Question 25: It seems like the most logical solution _____ the problem.

A. of

B. to

C. with

D. from

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 26: The caves of Altamira, which was discovered in northern Spain, contain interesting paintings by early cave dwellers.

A. The caves of Altamira

B. which

C. was discovered

D. contain interesting paintings

Question 27: While some people say that a lot of time is wasting in shopping for clothes, others feel that it is a relaxing activity.

A. While

B. is wasting

C. shopping for clothes

D. that

Question 28: Grandma Moses is thought of as one of America’s greater primitive artists.

A. Grandma Moses

B. is thought

C. as

D. greater primitive artists

Question 29: Lung cancer and other illnesses can be traced to cigarette smoke.

A. Lung cancer

B. other illnesses

C. be

D. cigarette smoke

Question 30: The first census carried out during Roman times for the purpose of taxation.

A. carried out

B. during Roman times

C. for

D. of

Question 31: Varnish is a clear substance made of resins and oil that, when applied to wood, gave it a glossy surface.

A. made of

B. that

C. applied to

D. gave

Question 32: Ernest Hemingway, a world-famous writer, was born in the United States but spend much of his life abroad.

A. a world-famous writer

B. spend

C. much of his life

D. abroad

Question 33: Brick was used as the main build material for local churches.

A. was used

B. as

C. build material

D. for

Question 34: If you think you’re going to lose from the start, then defeat is the logically outcome.

A. If

B. you’re going to lose

C. the start

D. logically

Question 35: By 1997, the town had grow big enough to need a high school of its own.

A. By 1997

B. had grow

C. big enough

D. a high school of its own

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

(36)                       the 18th (37)                       wealthy Englishmen (38)                       waistcoats, breeches and (39)                       under long frock coats with deep cuffs, (40)                       plumed tricorne (= three-cornered) hats and buckled shoes. Women’s dresses were (41)                       over hoop petticoats, with a small apron and lace cap. Both (42)                       wore white powdered wigs and (43)                       make-up. Later, (44)                       women wore silk dresses with sack-backs (= lengths of material descending from the shoulders to the ground). Wigs (45)                       after a tax was put on hair powder. Meanwhile, agricultural workers wore smocks (= loose shirts), while peasant women wore simple wool dresses.

Question 36:

A. In

B. At

C. On

D. From

Question 37:

A. decade

B. year

C. century

D. age

Question 38:

A. wear

B. wore

C. worn

D. has wore

Question 39:

A. stock

B. stocking

C. stocks

D. stockings

Question 40:

A. as well as

B. so well as

C. as long as

D. so long as

Question 41:

A. worn

B. made

C. shown

D. designed

Question 42:

A. kinds

B. persons

C. sexes

D. groups

Question 43:

A. used to

B. get used to

C. used

D. using

Question 44:

A. aristocrat

B. aristocracy

C. aristocrats

D. aristocratic

Question 45:

A. appeared

B. has appeared

C. disappeared

D. has disappeared

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

After the Revolutionary War people in America were able to get news of European fashions. Fashion plates (- pictures) and dolls showing the latest fashions were sent to the us, and American women began wearing large hoop skirts. Some people thought that heavy hoops and corsets were bad for the health, and encouraged women to wear looser clothes. Amelia Bloomer designed light frilled trousers, called bloomers, but many people laughed at them. Though bloomers were not popular, there was a fashion for smaller, lighter skirts. American men also followed fashion and began wearing long trousers (or pants) instead of breeches.

Question 46: When did American women begin to wear large hoop skirts?

A. After the Revolutionary War

B. After fashions plates and dolls showing the latest fashion

C. After buying fashion plates and dolls

D. After some people encouraged women to wear looser clothes

Question 47: What can be the best title of the passage?

A. The American Clothing After Revolution War

B. The American Cloths After Revolution War

C. The Influence of the European Fashions

D. The History of Bloomers

Question 48: In the context of the passage, the word “encouraged” means

A. suggested that someone did something

B. helped someone do something

C. gave someone hope

D. helped so that someone continue doing something

Question 49: The word “them” in sentence 6 refers to .

A. hoops and corsets

B. bloomers

C. some American people

D. American women

Question 50: Which of the following is not true?

A. Some people persuaded women not to wear heavy hoops and corsets.

B. Amelia Bloomer was the one who designed frilled trousers.

C. Americans liked wearing large hoop skirts.

D. American men used to wear breeches.

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