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I- Choose the best answer among A,B,C or D:

1. Thank you for bringing me along. I never thought Shakespeare could be so ___ fun.

A. many B. much C. few D. some

2. You should say ________ and do ________

A. many / few B. much / little C. few / many D. little / much

3. Very ________ people knew about it.

A. few B. less C. much D. little

4. He is a man of _________ words.

A. less B. little C. fewer D. few

5. __________ heard about the book, but _________ read it.

A. Many / few B. Much / little C. Many / little D. Few / Fewer

6. "Do you know English?" - "Just _________ "

A. much B. many C. little D. less

7. She has very ________ knowledge of the matter.

A. few B. little C. some D. many

8. The forces were unequal, they were _________ we were _________

A. many / few B. much / little C. few / much D. little / much

9. We have imported _________ computers this year than last year.

A. few B. less C. fewer D. many

10. There has been _________ demand for computers this year than last year.

A. few B. little C. fewer D. more

11. There are _________ eggs on the table.

A. some B. any C. many D. much

12. Is there _________ cheese on the table?

A. some B. any C. many D. much

13. How _________ cakes does she want?

A. some B. any C. many D. much

14. Peter doesn't want _________ eggs, but he wants some soup.

A. some B. any C. many D. much

15. There is _________ milk in the glass.

A. some B. any C. many D. much

II- Choose the underlined part in each sentence (A, B, C or D) that needs correcting.

16. Many hundred years ago there were many villages and little towns in England.


17. TV provides many more entertainment programs as any other kind.


18. The rubber farms will make a lot of money and give jobs to a great deal of people.


19. The city of Lufkin, Texas, has had much than ten million employeeName=hwd17; HotwordStyle=None; s working for it


without pay.

20. He decided to have a holiday in a beautiful place in the mountains where there were


much streams.


21. The decayName=hwd11; HotwordStyle=None; begins in a little crackName=hwd10; HotwordStyle=None; in the enamelName=hwd9; HotwordStyle=None; to coverName=hwd8; HotwordStyle=None; of the tooth.


22. I think there are any resources that we have left untapped.


23. When life was simple, man's needs were few and he could supply their all.


24. Her dark dress reflects a view of life which is many less optimistic.


25. The more words you know, the most ideas you can express.


26. Most of the words are the same in American and in British English, but the


American people say any English words not like people do in England.


27. In Canada much people speak English because they also came from England many


years ago.

28. I haven’t enjoyed myself so many for years.


29. We didn't spend many money last month.


30. I have few money, not enough to buy groceries.


31. You have spent too many time on that homework.


32. Where are you going ? - I'm going to buy few bread .


33. There's no need to hurry. We've got plenty time.


34. This town is not an interesting place to visit, so a little tourists come here.


35. He spoke a few English, so it was difficult to communicate with him.


III. Fill in the blanks with : much /many/ few/ little/ a few/ a little/ the number of / a large number of/ most .

36. She isn’t very popular. she has _________ friends.

37. Ann is very busy these days. She has _________ free time.

38. Did you take _________ photographs when you were on holiday ?

39. I’m not very busy today. I haven’t got _________ to do.

40. This is very modern city. There are _________ old buildings.

41. The weather has been very dry recently. We’ve had _________ rain.

42. Lan: “ Do you know Rome ? ”

Hoa: “ No, I haven’t been there for _________ years ”

43. Do you mind if I ask you _________ questions ?

44. Tom: “ Would you like milk in your coffee/”

Peter: “ Yes,._________”

45. Jean: “ Have you been to Paris ?”

John: “ Yes, I’ve been there _________ times”

46. _________ English learners is becoming greater and greater.

47. _________ people have applied for the job.

48. Did it cost _________ to repair the car?

49. _________ of my friends live in HCM city.

50. He spoke _________ English so it was difficult to communicate with him.

I. Choose the correct answer among A,B,C or D :

1. Mary doesn’t mind living____________ her own.

A. with B. by C. on D. at

2. It is of great importance to create a good impression _______ your interviewer.

A. on B. about C. for D. at

3. When are you leaving_________ Hanoi?

A. toward B. forward C. for D. to

4. The children are excited________ going to the circus.

A. for B. about C. with D. of

5. While studying, he was financially dependent________ his parents.

A. to B. of C. on D. from

6. This town is famous_________ its hand-woven carpets.

A. for B. with C. at D. on

7. He may be quick ________understanding, but he is not capable _____remembering anything.

A. at/for B. of/ for C. at/ of D. in/ of

8. He is__________ a lot of study pressure to win a place at university.

A. for B. under C. in D. with

9. The flood was responsible__________ damaging the crop.

A. of B. with C. about D. for

10. You should concentrate _________what the interviewer is saying and make a real effort to answer all the questions the interviewer asks.

A. on B. in C. at D. for

11. __________Christmas Eve, people often have parties late at midnight.

A. in B. at C. on D. from

12. Are you aware ________the time?

A. with B. of C. at D. about

13. Are you getting __________well at college?

A. in B. over C. off D. on

14. She has been living in the country________ the beginning of the summer.

A. for B. at C. during D. since

15. Yesterday, I was talking ______my doctor ______a mysterious epidemics near here.

A. with/ on B. to/ about C. to/ out of D. with/ over

16. He was happy because his poems had been translated ________several languages.

A. into B. for C. over D. about

17. Damage to the building resulted________ an usually high wind.

A. from B. in C. about D. for

18. It was very kind_________ you to give up so much of time to help me.

A. about B. for C. to D. of

19. Endangered species are plant and animal species which are ________danger of extinction.

A. on B. in C. at D. by

20. Toxic chemicals in the air and land have also driven many species ______the verge of extinction.

A. of B. about C. at D. to

21. Maintaining biodiversity is important _______us in many ways.

A. in B. for C. from D. by

22. We benefit greatly ____________the medicines and other products that biodiversity provides.

A. from B. without C. for D. at

23. Governments have enacted laws to protect wildlife ________commercial trade and overhunting.

A. from B. without C. for D. at

24. It’s is enough to dip__________ this book.

A. for B. at C. into D. about

25. Not all books belong _________this class.

A. in B. to C. for D. at

26. When you pick _________a book for the first time, check that it is not too difficult.

A. in B. since C. on D. up

27. A game is divided ____________quarters.

A. from B. into C. at D. of

28. Vietnam carried _________an intensive program for its athletics, which included training in facilities, both home and abroad.

A. for B. at C. out D. of

29. They considered women to be better suited ________childbearing and homemaking.

A. of B. on C. to D. for

30. Do you know anyone who might be interested _________buying an old car?

A. on B. in C. with D. about

31. Mozart died ________ Vienna in 1791 _________ the age of 35.

A. in / on B. in / at C. at / in D. of / for

32. Plant and animal extinction leads _________ loss of biodiversity.

A. on B. in C. into D. to

33. The initiative for founding the Red Cross came _____ a Swiss man called Jean Henri Dunant.

A. from B. with C. through D. to

34. Pay attention _______all traffic signs when you are travelling in the street.

A. for B. on C. to D. from

35. Reviewers describe books _______ "hard-to-put-down", or "hard-to-pick-up-again".

A. as B. for C. into D. in
II. Fill in each blank with a suitable preposition :

1. Where is Jimmy? - He is ________ work. He is busy _________ his monthly report.

2. She prefers carnations __________roses. In fact, she dislikes roses.

3. They held a party to congratulate _______ their son's success to become an engineer.

4. It is important to have someone that you can confide________.

5. You should pay more attention __________ what your teacher explains.

6. What did that man die ________? –A heart attack.

7. I keep sneezing because I got wet_________ the way home yesterday.

8. His father used the money he won to set_________ his own company.

9. Don't you know what happened_________ the people who went on holiday with us?

10. He worked hard ________a mechanic for ten years before being appointed manager.

11. This organization is quick__________ sending relief goods to the flooded areas.

12. When are you leaving__________ Singapore? This week or next week?

13. He didn’t even have the intelligence to call_________ an ambulance.

14. She’s very old and can’t live alone. She needs someone to look_________ her.

15. A beautiful clock was given_________ her by a handsome boy.

19. articles
Choose the correct answer A, B, C, or D to complete each sentences below

  1. I would like to live by _____ sea.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

  1. Harry is a sailor. He spends most of his life at _____ sea.

A. a B. an C. the D. Ø

  1. There are billions of stars in _____ space

A. a B. an C. Ø D. the

  1. He tried to park his car but ____ space wasn't big enough.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

  1. We often watch _____ television.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

  1. Can you turn off _____ television, please?

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

  1. We had_____ dinner in a restaurant.

A. a B. an C. Ø D. the

  1. We had _____ meal in a restaurant.

A. a B. an C. the D. Ø

  1. Thank you. That was _____ very nice lunch.

A. a B. an C. the D. Ø

  1. Where can_____ people buy everything they need?

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

  1. Her parents are now working in ______ Europe.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

  1. He majors in _____ English.

A. a B. an C. the D. Ø

  1. Mark Twain, _____ American writer, wrote "Life on the Mississippi River."

A. an B. a C. the D. Ø

  1. Paris is splendid by_____ night.

A. a B. an C. the D. Ø

  1. We might be able to catch _____ last train if we hurried.

A. a B. an C. the D. Ø

16. _____ used razor blade is _____ useless thing.

A. The/ the B. A/ a C. An/ an D. Ø/ Ø

  1. We live at _____ third house from the church.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

  1. My aunt has _____ interesting novel.

A. the B. an C. a D. Ø

19. It was _____ best film I had ever read.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

20. A video lab is _____ useful means for language learning.

A. the B. an C. a D. Ø

21. Mrs. Lan went to _____ school to meet her son's teacher.

A. Ø B. a C. an D. the

22. The workmen went to ____ church to repair the roof.

A. Ø B. the C. a D. an

23. Carol went to _____ prison to meet her brother.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

24. This morning I bought a newspaper and a magazine. _____ newspaper is in my bag but I don't know where ___ magazine.

A. A/a B. A/ the C. The/ the D. The/ a

25. My parents have ____ cat and _____ dog. The dog never bites the cat.

A. a/ a B. a/ the C. the/ the D. the/ a

26. We live in ______ big house in ____ middle of the village.

A. a/ a B. a/ the C. the/ the D. the/ a

27. I never listen to _____ radio. In fact I haven't got ____ radio.

A. a/ a B. a/ the C. the/ the D. the/ a

28. It was a beautiful day, __ sun shone brightly in ___ sky.

A. a/ a B. a/ the C. the/ the D. the/ a

29. There is _______ new English book on the desk.

A. a B. an C. the D. Ø

30. Life is not so easy for _____ unemployed.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

31. Manny people were killed in the accident. The bodies of _____ dead were taken away.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

32. My friends like to be _______ astronaut.

A. the B. a C. an D. Ø

33. I didn't have much success in finding _____ job.

A. the B. an C. Ø D. a

34. Is that ____ present Bill gave you at Christmas?

A. Ø B. the C. a D. an

Complete each of the sentences below with suitable articles a/ an/ the or no article needed (Ø)

1. Salem doesn’t like _________ talkative people.
2. It’s true that _________ rich lead a different life from the poor.
3. Mary lives in _________ Canada near Lake Ontario.
4. The explorer crossed _________ Pacific Ocean in a canoe.
5. She has been playing _________ piano for ten years.
6. For breakfast we usually have _________ coffee and toast.
7. I like _________ blue T-shirt over there than _________ red one.
8 Barbara hopes to go to _________ university next year.
9. Carol’s father works as _________ electrician.
10. Sarah thinks _________ life is more difficult in a foreign country.
11. The judge sentenced the thief to six months in _________ prison.
12. Ben has _________ terrible headache.
13. A volcano has erupted in _________ Philippines recently.
14. _________ examinations always make him nervous.
15. We went to _________ cinema twice a month.


  1. - What an attractive hair style you have got, Mary!  “___________.”

A. Thank you very much. I am afraid B. You are telling a lie

C. Thank you for your compliment D. I don't like your sayings

  1. - You look great in this new dress.  “___________”.

A. With pleasure B. Not at all

C. I am glad you like it D. Do not say anything about it

  1. - How well you are playing!  “___________”.

A. Say it again. I like to hear your words B. I think so. I am proud of myself

C. Thank you too much D. Many thanks. That is a nice compliment

4. - Thanks for the nice gift you brought to us!  “___________”.

A. Actually speaking, I myself don’t like it. B. Welcome! It’s very nice of you.

C. All right. Do you know how much it cost? D. Not at all. Don’t mention it.

5. - It’s time for lunch.  “___________”.

A. Oh good! B. One hour C. Half past twelve D. What is it?

6. - Would you like a drink?  “___________”.

A. I don’t like coffee B. I prefer tea

C. Coffee, please D. I’m very thirsty

7. - How much was your new shirt? ­­­  “___________”.

A. It’s a red shirt B. It’s very cheap C. It was in a shop D. I love it much

8. - I’m very sorry.  “___________”.

A. I’m afraid so B. I think so C. That’s all right D. I don’t want

9. - Can you speak English?  “___________”.

A. No, I’m not B. A little C. Yes, too much D. What a pity!

10. - What time shall we leave?  “___________”.

A. Soonest and best B. The soonest the best

C. Sooner better D. The sooner the better

11. - “Will you be able to come to the meeting?”  “___________”.

  1. I’m afraid not B. Of course you will

C. You must be kidding D. I’m sorry not

12. How long does it take to get to Dave's place from your flat?  “___________”.

A. It's a long way. B. About one kilometer.

C. Thirty five minutes. D. No. It’s faster if you fly there.

13. - “Do you find it very interesting to travel alone?”  “___________”.

A. Yes, you’re welcome. B. Never mind.

C. No, not at all. D. It’s exciting.

14. - How often do the buses run?  “___________”.

A. From that bus stop over there. B. Much often

C. Twice or three times. D. Every hour.

15. - Can you tell me the way to Milo College from your flat?  “___________”.

A. Yes, I can B. It's round the corner. C. I know it D. It’s easy.

16. - “Would you like to have dinner with me?”  “___________”.

A. Yes, it is B. Yes, so do I C. I’m very happy D. Yes, I’d love to

17. What time is there a bus?  “___________”.

A. Twice a day. B. An hour and a half.

C. Seven thirty D. The sooner the better

18. - “How do you do?”  “___________”.

A. How do you do? B. Not too bad. C. I’m well. Thank you. D. Yeah, OK.

19. - I’ve already done my homework.  “___________”.

A. When did you do it? B. Please do it

C. Have you done it yet? D. Here is another

20. Can you tell me the way to the nearest post office?  “___________”.

A. Turn left and then right. B. It's about two kilometers.

C. It opens at nine o'clock. D. You can walk or go there by taxi.

21. - Can I get you another drink?  “___________”.

A. Forget it B. No, it isn’t C. No, I’ll think it over D. Not just now

22.  “___________”. - Never mind!

A. Thank you for being honest to me

B. Would you mind going out for dinner next Saturday?

C. Congratulations! How wonderful!

D. Sorry for staining your carpet. Let me have it cleaned

23. - Could you open the windows, please?  “___________”.

A. I am, of course. B. Yes, with pleasure C. I feel sorry D. Yes, I can.

24. - I’d like to try on these shoes, please?  “___________”.

A. By all means, sir. B. That’s right, sir.

C. Why not? D. I’d love to.

25. - Joan: “Our friends are coming._______, Mike?”

- Mike: “I’m sorry, I can’t do it now.”

A. Why don’t we cook some coffee B. Shall I make you like some coffee

C. Shall you make some coffee, please D. Would you mind making some coffee

26. - Harry: “Are you ready, Kate? There’s not much time left.” - Kate: “Yes, just a minute. _________!”

A. No longer B. I’m coming C. I’d be OK D. I won’t finish

27. - Sue: “Can you help me with my essay?” - Robert: “___________”

A. I think that, too. B. Yes, I’m afraid not. C. Not completely. D. Why not?

28. - We’re from London.  “___________”.

A. Not at all B. Yes, please C. How interesting! D. You are welcome

29. - “Do you mind if I borrow a chair'? - "___________ Do you need only one?'

A. I'm sorry. B. Not at all. C. Yes, I do. D. Yes, I would.

30. - John’s going to London?  “___________”.

A. Often? B. Yesterday? C. By train? D. Good!

31. - Where’s Amanda gone?  “___________”.

A. She’s at the station B. She’ ll arrive tomorrow

C. She’s going to leave tonight D. She doesn’t know it

32. - I hate shopping.  “___________”.

A. So do I B. Certainly C. That’s alright D. I don’t, too

33. - The room costs $55 a night.  “___________”.

A. I don’t like it B. Give me two, please C. That’s a lot D. What a pity!

34. - I’ve got an appointment with my doctor today.

 “___________”.

A. Who do you want? B. What time is it?

C. How does he feel? D. What’s the matter with you?

35. - Would you like anything else?  “___________”.

A. That’s all. Thank you B. Yes, I like everything

C. Two, please D. Yes, I would

36. - Be careful!  “___________”.

A. Thank you B. That’s nice C. You’re very kind D. I will

37. - When is your mother’s birthday?  “___________”.

A. She’s thirty-nine B. It was last week

C. It’s a long time D. You don’t know

38. - Shall we go to the shop now?  “___________”.

A. I’m too tired now B. They’re very good C. Not at all D. No, let’s

39. - $500 is too expensive.  “___________”.

A. Not many B. Why not? C. What’ s the matter? D. I agree

40. - It’s my sister’s birthday tomorrow.  “___________”.

A. How old are they? B. What a good idea!

C. Happy New Year! D. Is she going to have a party?

41. - Mary will help the teacher.  “___________”.

A. Are you certain? B. Do you understand?

C. Can you hear? D. What did you know?

42. - Shall we leave now?  “___________”.

A. Have you got time? B. Near the station?

C. I’d like to stay D. What time is it?

43. - Anything else?  “___________”.

A. No, it isn’t B. Not at all

C. Yes, that’s more than enough D. Not today, thanks

44. - When will lunch be ready?  “___________”.

A. Quite soon B. It’s soup and toast C. I hope you’re hungry D. I’m not hungry

45. - It’s very hot here.  “___________”.

A. Do you feel cold? B. I’ll turn on the heating

C. Let’s go outside then D. Put on your sweater then

46. - Have you met Henry before?  “___________”.

A. Yes, at first B. Yes, that’s right

C. Yes, I do D. Yes, on holiday

47. Do you like visiting museums?  “___________”.

A. No, I’d love to B. No, I haven’t

C. Not really D. Many times

48. - I have broken my glasses.  “___________”.

A. Here’s another one B. You can’t see

C. That’s a pity D. How wonderful you are!

49. - I have got a letter from Paul this morning.  “___________”.

A. I’m afraid not B. That’s nice C. He’s fine D. Congratulations!

50. - Let’s walk to the park!  “___________”.

A. All right B. I think so

C. I’m sorry D. OK. How can we go there?
Choose the word whose primary stress is different from that of the rest.

1. A. biologist B. counterpart C. compliment D. kindergarten

2. A. applicant B. maximum C. category D. inflation

3. A. renovation B. communication C. intervention D. expedition

4. A. different B. bamboo C. rainfall D. wildlife

5. A. personality B. rhinoceros C. gorilla D. opponent

6. A. leftovers B. windsurfing C. enthusiast D. scoreboard

7. A. comfortable B. tsunami C. precision D. involvement

8. A. struggle B. rubbish C. nonsense D. development

9. A. nursery B. certificate C. curriculum D. intelligence

10. A. industrial B. interfere C. develop D. activity

11. A. incredible B. unexpected C. unnoticed D. outstanding

12. A. overwhelming B. intellectual C. interesting D. economic

13. A. inaccurate B. illegal C. positive D. domestic

14. A. confident B. eternal C. dangerous D. healthier

15. A. independent B. academic C. compulsory D. unexpected

16. A. secondary B. immediate C. miraculous D. domestic

17. A. simple B. polite C. formal D. instant

18. A. beautiful B. terrific C. wonderful D. marvelous

19. A. conical B. different C. symbolic D. careful

20. A. cultural B. mischievous C. interesting D. responsible

21. A. finance B. service C. order D. company

22. A. interview B. agency C. addition D. customer

23. A. prisoner B. diffficult C. exercise D. disaster

24. A. improvement B. occasion C. believe D. interest

25. A influential B. opportunity C. temperament D. expectation

26. A. picture B. number C. water D. advice

27. A. organize B. embarrass C. discourage D. surrounding

28. A. podium B. title C. notice D. pioneer

29. A. nature B. marriage C. value D. belief

30. A. police B. spirit C. banquet D. culture

31. A. determine B. maintain C. sacrifice D. apologize

32. A. inversion B. miserable C. pleasant D. difficulty

33. A. swallow B. survive C. digest D. finish

34. A. product B. satisfy C. pleasure D. however

35. A. happiness B. rewrite C. eject D. oblige

36. A. compare B. compose C. company D. consist

37. A. manage B. recognize C. argue D. discriminate

38. A. entertain B. understand C. recommend D. develop

39. A. offer B. listen C. precede D. follow

40. A. interview B. appropriate C. employ D. describe

41. A. support B. fascinate C. accept D. believe

42. A. inform B. appeal C. attempt D. hesitate

43. A. integrate B. defeat C. advise D. compete

44. A. engrave B. categorize C. memorialize D. discover

45. A. extremely B. necessary C. necessity D. co-operate

46. A. politics B. historic C. electric D. specific

47. A. committee B. referee C. employee D. refugee

48. A. stimulate B. subtract C. announce D. maintain

49. A. determine B. appearance C. develop D. difference

50. A. romantic B. following C. summary D. physical

I. Which word has the stress pattern pronounced differently from the others?

1. A. polite B. entrance C. attempt D. agree

2. A. category B. accompany C. experience D. compulsory

3. A. attract B. social C. verbal D. signal

4. A. apply B. approach C. primary D. accept

5. A. unexpected B. optimistic c. education D. responsible

6. a. qualified B. specialize C. vacancy D. identify

7. A. depression B. informal C. interview D. attention

8. A. obedient B. candidate C. attendance D. security
II. Which word has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others?

9. A. interviewed B. performed C. finished D. delivered

10. A. misses B. goes C. leaves D. potatoes

11. A. adopted B. appealed C. dedicated D. wounded

12. A. grows B. tends C. roars D. sweeps

13. A. university B. duty C. early D. apply

14. A. indicate B. average C. application D. grade

15. A. chemical B. approach C. achieve D. challenge

16. A. bride B. confide C. determine D. oblige

17. A. humour B. honest C. honour D. hour

18. A. future B. resume C. enthusiasm D. pressure

19. A. character B. chores C. technical D. psychology

20. A. breath B. threaten C. great D. healthy

21. A. gather B. there C. ethnic D. although

22. A. secure B. shuttle C. future D. contribute

23. A. close-knit B. compulsory C. campus D. certificate

24. A. ordinary B. pollution C. doctor D. alcohol

25. A. straight B. celebrate C. break D. pleasure

26.A. endangered B. threatened C. recovered D. advanced

27.A. elephants B. decades C. poachers D. actions

28.A. southern B. athlete C. healthy D. enthusiast

29.A. chemical B. character C. technical D. charming

30.A. caps B. posts C. players D. roofs

31.A. spirit B. describe C. title D. final

32.A. honor B. exhibit C. hour D. habitat

33.A. forged B. noticed C. struggled D. composed

34.A. damaged B. increased C. destroyed D. proposed

35.A. protected B. developed C. balanced D. established

36.A. carried B. organized C. impressed D. involved

37.A. earthquakes B. countries C. epidemics D. delegates

38.A. sufferings B. disasters C. species D. advantages

39.A. politics B. beliefs C. rights D. pioneers

40.A. laugh B. cough C. rough D. plough

41.A. identify B. carry C. typical D. penalty

42.A. mutual B. initiate C. picture D. question

43.A. legal B. medal C. level D. effort

44.A. pool B. good C. look D. book

45 A. spread B. measure C. weapon D. increase

46.A. accompany B. fascinating C. discriminate D. scoreboard

47.A. panda B. swallow C. parrot D. advocate

48.A. wounded B. combined C. considered D. believed

49.A. supports B. colonies C. leaders D. victims

50.A. color B. note C. go D. opponent
Choose the letter A, B, C or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.
Question 1: My daily expenses are just bout equal with my income.


Question 2: My mother is responsible to the household chores in my family.


Question 3: This room has not been used since a long time.


Question 4: During the school year, I am not allowed watch TV until I have finished my homework. A B C D

Question 5: My children won’t go to bed unless they don’t have some money.


Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following Questions

Question 6: A. books B. cats C. dogs D. maps

Question 7: A. kites B. catches C. oranges D. buzzes

Question 8: A. hands B. occasions C. wants D. others

Question 9: A. smells B. cuts C. opens D. plays

Question 10: A. walks B. begins C. helps D. cuts

Read the following passage and choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the Questions from 11 to 15

Jean spent her first few years in Hooper and her family moved to Otsego early in her life. She was only ten when her father died unexpectedly, leaving her mother to raise and support their family alone. Her mother soon went to work outside the home to provide for the family, and Jean, being one of the oldest, had to help care for her younger siblings. Although she had much responsibility at home, Jean thoroughly enjoyed school and was an excellent student. She went on to graduate 10th in her class at Otsego High School in 1953.

While still in high school, Jean met a young man named Charles "Chuck" Holly, at a dance in Alamo; and they were quite taken with each other. Over the next few years, their love for each other blossomed and they were married on February 24, 1953, while Jean was still in school. At the time, Chuck was serving his country in the military, and had come home on leave to marry his sweetheart. Unfortunately, shortly thereafter, he was sent overseas to serve in Korea for the next fifteen months.

Upon his discharge, the couple settled into married life together in the Plainwell, Otsego area. To help make ends meet, Jean went to work at the collection bureau in Kalamazoo for a while, before taking a job at the cheese company in Otsego. In 1964, Chuck and Jean were overjoyed with the birth of their son, Chuck, who brought great joy into their lives. Jean remembered how her mother was always gone so much working after her father died and she did not want that for her son, so she left her job to devote herself to the role of a mother.

Question 11: Before Jean's father passed away, her mother used to _______.

A. work outside the home B. be a housewife

C. support the family alone D. work as a secretary

Question 12: Which is not referred to Jean?

A. She was a responsible girl. B. She never helped her mother with house work.

C. She often did well at school. D. She was excellent when she went to high school.

Question 13: Jean's husband was a _______.

A. teacher B. dancer C. soldier D. servant

Question 14: Jean _______.

A. served in the military B. lived in Korea for fifteen months

C. had a daughter D. got married when she was a student

Question 15: Which is not true about Jean?

A. She disliked staying at home and taking care of her child.

B. She worked outside the home before she had a child.

C. She was very happy when she got a baby.

D. She quit her job to look after her baby.

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 16: When I got home I found that water_______ down the kitchen walls.

A. ran B. was running C. has run D. had been running

Question 17: Up to now, the manager_______ a lot of information about his secretary.

A. learned B. learns C. had learned D. has learned

Question 18: My mother is the first_________ up and the last________ to bed

A. getting- going B. to get- going C. getting- to go D. to get- to go

Question 19: In the 19th century, it________ two or three moths to across North America by covered wagon

A. took B. had taken C. had been taken D. was taking

Question 20: When I came to visit her last night, she ________ a bath.

A. is having B. was having C. has D. had

Question 21: My mother takes responsibility ________ running the household.

A. with B. about C. for D. at

Question 22: My family consist ________ five people: my parents, my two younger brothers and I.

A. on B. of C. over D. up

Question 23: My main responsibility is to look after the boys, who are ________ and mischievous sometimes, but most of the time they are obedient and hard-working.

A. act B. action C. active D. actively

Question 24: It is generally believed that “men build the ________ and women make it home”.

A. school B. bridge C. hospital D. house

Question 25: I must thank the man from _____ I got the present.

A. who B. whom C. that D. which

Question 26: ___ extremely bad weather in the mountains, were no longer considering our skiing trip.

A. Due to B. Because C. Since D. Due to the fact that

Question 27: Timmy spent __________ money buying movie tickets that he didn’t have enough left to buy a soft drink.

A. such B. a lot of C. too much D. so much

Question 28: She left him _______ she still loved him.

A. even if B. even though C. in spite of D. despite

Question 29: The children ___________ high grade at school.

A. achieve B. achievement C. achievable D. achieving

Question 30: Most doctors and nurses have to work on a _______ once or twice a week at the hospital.

A. solution B. night shift C. household chores D. special dishes

Question 31: We enjoy _______ time together in the evening when the family members gather in the living room after a day of working hard.

A. spending B. caring C. taking D. doing

Question 32: My husband and I both go out to work so we share the______

A. happiness B. household chores C. responsibility D. employment

Question 33: Family is the place where _______ children is not only tolerated but welcomed and encouraged.

A. taking B. having C. giving D. showing

Question 34: People tend to work hard at this_________ of life.

A. distance B. stage C. space D. level

Question 35: Nam: “I’m going to be the manager of my company next week”.

Son: “_________”

A. It’s all right. B. Congratulations! C. Don’t mention it. D. Thank you.

Question 36: Lan: “Hoa, thank you very much for what you’ve done for me”.

Hoa: “_______”

A. No, not at all. B. What a pity! C. Yes, you’re welcome. D. Never mind

Question 37: Long: “Will you lend me your cell phone for a moment, please?”

Sang: “________”

A. Thank you B. Take care C. Yes, here you are D. Good bye

Question 38: Tom: “Would you like to join our picnic?”  Mai: “________”

A. No. I’ m a student B. It’s careless of you

C. Never mind D. Yes, I’d love to

Question 39: Members of your family have very close relationship with each other, ________?

A. do they B. don’t they C. have they D. haven’t they

Question 40: We always feel ________ and secure in our family.

A. safe B. safely C. safety D. safeguard

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D corresponding to the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 41: he / born / 1899 / the family of a doctor

A. He was born in 1899 in the family of a doctor

B. He born in 1899 in the family of a doctor

C. It was said he born in 1899 in the family of a doctor

D. He was said to born in 1899 in the family of a doctor

Question 42: The last time I went to the museum was a year ago.

A. I have not been to the museum for a year.

B. A year ago, I often went to the museum.

C. My going to the museum lasted a year.

D. At last I went to the museum after a year.

Question 43: Although she has lived in London for three years, _______.

A. but she cannot speak English B. she cannot speak English

C. but cannot speak English D. and cannot speak English

Question 44: She likes reading a lot of funny stories.

A. She is reading a lot of funny stories.

B. She reading a lot of funny stories.

C. She is interested in reading a lot of funny stories.

D. She interested reading a lot of funny stories.

Question 45: After work, my mother rushes to work, and hurries home _____________ on the table by the time my father gets home.

A. so as the dinner is ready B. for the dinner is ready

C. in order the dinner is ready D. so that the dinner is read

Read the following passage and choose the letter A, B, C, or D corresponding to the correct word(s) for each of the blanks from 46 to 50.

In the 1960s the women's liberation movement (46) _____ suddenly into the public consciousness and quickly grew into the largest social movement in the history of the United States. Women's liberation movement was a continuation of the 19th-century women's rights movement. The movement's major (47) _____ has included not only legal, economic, and political gains but also has changed the ways in which people live, dress, dream of their future, and (48) ___ a living. About health, for example, many male physicians and hospital have made major improvements in the treatment of women; more and more women have become doctors and succeeded (49) _____ their medical research; and diseases such as breast cancer, which affects many women, now receive better funding and treatment, thanks to women's efforts. Feminists have insisted that violence against women become a political issue. The women's liberation movement has also made changes in education: curricula and (50) _____ have been written to promote equal opportunity for girls and women; more and more female students are admitted to universities and professional schools.

The women's liberation movement brought about a radical change in society although it took a decade for the movement to reach women's awareness.

Question 46: A. dated B. originated C. introduced D. burst

Question 47: A. achievement B. civilization C. status D. power

Question 48: A. put B. make C. get D. take

Question 49: A. in B. to C. for D. with

Question 50: A. textbooks B. novels C. picture books D. magazines


A. Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from that of the rest:

Question 1: A. appeared B. agreed C. coughed D. loved

Question 2: A. attracted B. supposed C. maintained D. arrived

Question 3: A. allowed B. passed C. argued D. raised

B. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others:

Question 4: A. conical B. marriage C. romantic D. sacrifice

Question 5: A. engage B. ceremony C. majority D. maintain


Choose the best option A, B, C or D to complete each of the following sentences:

Question 6: I do not think there is a real ________ between men and women at home as well as in society.

A. attitude B. value C. measurement D. equality

Question 7: She accepted that she had acted _______ and mistakenly, which broke up her marriage.

A. romantically B. unwisely C. wisely D. attractively

Question 8: The more ________ and positive you look, the better you will feel.

A. confide B. confident C. confidently D. confidence

Question 9: Professor Smith was very interested in the diversity of cultures all over the world.

A. variety B. changes C. conservation D. difference

Question 10: A woman can never have a happy married life without ________ her husband.

A. demanding B. agreeing C. determining D. trusting

Question 11: When Peter ________, I ________ him to your new house.

A. will arrive / take B. arrives / will take

C. has arrived / am taking D. had arrived / had taken

Question 12: We ________ here in 1993. We ________ here for a long time now.

A. moved / have been being B. had moved / are

C. moved / have been D. moved / are being

Question 13: Whenever you ________ your homework, you can leave the house.

A. finish B. will finish C. finished D. are finishing

Question 14: When water ________, it ________ into ice.

A. freeze / will turn B. will freeze / will turn

C. freezes / has turned D. freezes / turns

Question 15: There ________ some good news about my family lately.

A. is B. were C. has been D. have been

Question 16: When I _______ to the party, Tom and David _______, John ________.

A. was coming/ had danced/ singing C. came/ were dancing/ was singing

B. had come/ danced/ sang D. have come/ are dancing/ is singing

Question 17: If you were not sick, ________ camping with us?

A. will you go B. would you go C. do you go D. are you going

Question 18: The boy fell while he ________ down the stairs.

A. run B. was running C. running D. runs

Question 19: I am looking for inexpensive apartments. They ________ harder to find.

A. become B. have become C. are becoming D. became

Question 20: On a typical day, the average person ________ about 48,000 words.

A. speaks B. was speaking C. spoke D. is speaking

Question 21: Before I started the car, all of the passengers ________ their seat belts.

A. will buckle B. had buckled C. were buckling D. have buckled

Question 22: His father ________ 20 short stories so far.

A. has written B. writes C. wrote D. write

Question 23: We didn’t use to get up late when we ________ in the countryside.

A. live B. lived C. are living D. were living

Question 24: A lot of things ________ since I last ________ you.

A. have happened / saw B. happened / have seen

C. had happened / saw D. has happened / have seen

Question 25: A thief broke into Harry’s flat and ________ his TV.

A. had stolen B. stolen C. stole D. steal

Question 26: A: ________ a happy marriage should be based on love.

B: I definitely agree!

A. I really know B. As I see it

C. Personally, I think D. Do you think so

Question 27: A: I’m not sure about this soup. It tastes like something’s missing.

B: ________. It tastes fine to me.

A. You are right. B. Oh, I don’t know.

C. I couldn’t agree more D. I don’t think so.

Question 28: A: It seems to me that spring is the most beautiful time of year.

B: ________. It is really lovely!

A. You’re exactly right! B. You could be right

C. You’re dead wrong D. I couldn’t agree less.

Question 29: A: ________, children nowadays watch too much TV.

B: Absolutely!

A. In my conclusion B. In my opinion

C. As you see D. As a matter of fact

Question 30: A: This grammar test is the hardest one we’ve ever had this semester!

B: ________ but I think it’s quite easy.

A. I couldn’t disagree more, B. I understand what you’re saying,

C. You are right, D. I don’t see it that way


A. Read the passage carefully and choose the option A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions:

If you invite an American friend to join you to have dinner in a restaurant, phone the restaurant first to find out if you need a reservation to avoid a long wait for a table. To make a reservation, just give your name, the number of people in your group, and the time you plan to arrive. When you invite someone to dinner, you should be prepared to pay the bill and reach for it when it arrives. However, if your companion insists on paying his or her share, do not get into argument about it. Some people prefer to pay their own way so that they do not feel indebted, and those feelings should be respected. In most American restaurants, the waiter or waitress’s tip is not added to the bill. If the service was adequate, it is customary to leave a tip equal to about 15% of the bill. In expensive restaurants, leave a bit more.

Question 31: When you invite an American friend to have dinner in a restaurant ___________.

A. a reservation is not necessary

B. you should make a reservation

C. there are always many tables available for you

D. you always have to wait for a long time

Question 32: To make a reservation, you ______________.

A. just give your name, the time you arrive and how many persons there are in your group

B. have to give your address, the time you arrive and how many persons there are in your group

C. just give your name, the time you arrive and your address

D. just give your name, the time you arrive and your telephone number

Question 33: When you invite someone to dinner, you ______________.

A. let him to pay himself B. should prepare to pay the bill

C. give the bill to him D. share the bill with him

Question 34: If your companion insists in paying his share, _______________.

A. do not agree B. it will be impolite

C. you should let him pay as he expects D. you should get into argument with him

Question 35: In most American restaurants, _______________.

A. the tip is added to the bill

B. the tip is about 15% of the bill

C. you should not give the tip to waiters or waitresses

D. waiters and waitresses never get the tip

B. Read the passage carefully and choose the option A, B, C or D to indicate the correct word for each of the following blanks:

Throughout the world there are different _____(36)____ for people to greet each other. In much of the world, a handshake is the common form of welcoming and greeting someone. In many countries around the Mediterranean Sea a light kiss on the cheek is the appropriate way to welcome friends and family. It can be a very _____(37)____ surprise if you expect to shake hands and get a kiss or a hug instead.

At times, it is difficult to tell what sort of greeting _____(38)____ is followed. People may bow, wave another’s arm or even slap the other person on the back. In some places people just smile, look at the other’s face and say nothing.

Most people in the world are _____(39)____ of, visitors and don’t mind what travelers do that seems wrong as long as the visitors are sincere. A big part of the _____(40)____ of world travel is experiencing different customs.

Question 36: A. means B. ways C. methods D. techniques

Question 37: A. huge B. large C. big D. great

Question 38: A. habit B. routine C. tradition D. custom

Question 39: A. kind B. generous C. tolerant D. independent

Question 40: A. pleasure B. interest C. comfort D. delightfulness


A. Choose the letter A, B, C or D to show the underlined part of each sentence that needs correction.

Question 41: People respected him because he was a honest man.


Question 42: A large number of Indian men agree that it is wise to confide in their wives.


Question 43: Some others prefer to stay unmarried because they enjoy their independent.


Question 44: The conical leaf hats is said to be a symbol of Vietnamese culture.


Question 45: The leaf hat is used like an umbrella to protect people of the sun or the rain.


B. Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions:
Question 46: When you arrived back at the hotel, _________?

A. did you notice what time it was B. were you noticing what time it was

C. did you notice what time was it D. were you noticing what time was it

Question 47: The Titanic was crossing the Atlantic _________.

A. while it was striking an iceberg. B. when it had struck an iceberg.

C. when it was struck an iceberg. D. when it struck an iceberg.

Question 48: In America, _________.

  1. it is polite to ask questions about age, marriage and income.

  2. it is not polite asking questions about age, marriage and income.

  3. it is impolite to ask questions about age, marriage and income.

  4. it is not polite ask questions about age, marriage and income.

Question 49: Young Asians / not / romantic / American counterparts.

  1. Young Asians do not as romantic as American counterparts.

  2. Young Asians are not as romantic as American counterparts.

  3. Young Asians are not more romantic than American counterparts.

  4. Young Asians is not as romantic as American counterparts.

Question 50: Peter apologized _________.

A. me for phoning not earlier B. not to phone me earlier

C. for not phoning me earlier D. not for phoning me earlier
Mark the letter A, B, C or to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.
1. A. boats B. pens C. books D. caps

2. A. married B. walked C. laughed D. missed

3 A. stops B. plays C. cleans D. repairs

4. A. washed B. missed C. stopped D. returned

5. A. hour B. honest C. home D. honour
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct option to fill each of the following blanks.

6. The Master of Ceremonies _____ the wedding couple advice on starting a new family.

A. gives B. gets C. takes D. makes

7. The people who hold the trays of gifts are _________ chosen

A. care B. carefully C. careful D. careless

  1. You can raise your hand to attract your friends’ _________.

A. attend B. attended C. attendance D. attention

9. The telephone may cause _________ between you and your parents.

A. argue B. argued C. arguments D. arguing

10. After my brother had _________ the plane, he went home.

A. got on B. got off C. got up D. got into

11. Mary couldn’t sleep. She was excited _________ her trip to Paris the next morning.

A. at B. with C. about D. on

12. A: Oh, your bicycle is very nice

B: _________. I bought it at Nancy’s shop.

A. You are too kind B. I’m glad you like it.

C. You’ve got to be kidding D. You’re welcome

13. A: ‘Your English is a lot better today. You speak English very well. ‘

B: “_________. That’s a nice compliment ”

A. Thanks B. Sorry C. That’s all right D. Never mind

14. A: Thanks very much for your help. B “_________.”

A. that’s right B. never mind C. You’re welcome D. Yes, please

15. A: Congratulation! B: “_________.”

A. not at all B. Thank you C. I’m sorry D. forget it

16. A: “How did you travel to London?” B: “_________.”

A. at 5.p.m B. in Paris C. by plane D. every week

17. Mary asked me whether I _________ the football match on TV the day before.

A. would watch. B. had watched C. have watched D. watch

18. The man said that he _________ the following day.

A. will return B. would return C. had returned D. returned

19. _________ to the language center when I saw you yesterday morning?

A. Had you gone B. Did you go

C. Were you going D. Have you gone

20. After she had returned home, she _________ herself a good dinner.

A. has cooked B. cooks C. cooked D. is cooking

21. _________ includes our posture, facial expressions and gestures.

A. Body language B Communication C. Verbal D. Signal

22. It is difficult _________ rules that tell exactly when you should apologize.

A. writing B. to write C. write D. wrote

23. Mrs. Green always _________ to work by bus.

A. goes B. has gone C. will go D. went

24. I asked him whose car _________ the previous day.

A. he had borrowed B. had he borrowed

C. did he borrow D. he would borrow.

25. They asked me _________ in Paris then.

A. If my mother was working B. if was my mother working

C. if my mother had worked D. was my mother working

26. I didn't think his comments were very appropriate at the time.

A. correct B. right C. exact D. suitable

27. I have never seen such a beautiful dress _______ you before.

A. of B. on C. for D. in

28. Small children are often told that it is rude to point _______ other people.

A. on B. to C. at D. for

29. The boy waved his hands to his mother, who was standing at the school gate, to _______ her attention.

A. attract B. pull C. follow D. tempt

30. When you are in a restaurant, you can raise your hand slightly to show that you need assistance.

A. bill B. menu C. help D. food
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the sentences which is closest in meaning to the given one.
31. The woman said to her son, “I am glad I am here.”

A. The woman told her son I was glad I was there.

B. The woman told her son she was glad I was there.

C. The woman told her son she was glad she was there.

D. The woman told to her son she was glad she was there.

32."How long are you going to stay?". Susan asked George _________.

A. how long he was going to stay. B. that how long he has gone to stay.

C. how long he is going to stay. D. how long was he going to stay.

33. “Don’t forget to do your homework”, the teacher told us.

A. The teacher told us do not forget to do our homework.

B. The teacher told us to not forget to do our homework.

C. The teacher reminded us to do our homework.

D. The teacher reminded us not to forget to do your homework.

34. Jane hasn’t played the piano since 2005.

A. The last time Jane played the piano in 2005

B The last time Jane played the piano was 2005.

C. Jane last played the piano was 2005.

D. Jane has played the piano in 2005

35. My brother began studying English five years ago.

A. My brother began studying English for five years.

B. My brother has studied English for five years ago.

C. My brother has studied English for five years

D. My brother has begun studying English for five years.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 36 to 40
Every year students in many countries learn English. Some of these students are young children. Others are teenagers. Many are adults. Some learn at school, others study by themselves. A few learn English just by hearing the language in film, on television in the office, or among their friends. But not many are lucky enough to do that. Most people must work hard to learn another language.

Learning another language! Learning English! Why do all these people want to learn English? It is not difficult to answer that question. Many boys and girls learn English at school because it is one of their subjects. They study their own language, and Math... and English. (In England, or America, or Australia, many boys and girls study their own language which is English, and Math,... and another language perhaps French, or German, or Spanish.)

Many adults learn English because it is useful for their work. Teenagers often learn English for their studies, because some of their books are in English at the college or university. Other people learn English because they want to read newspapers or magazines in English.

36. According to the writer, ________ .

A. only adults learn English B. no children like learning English

C. English is only useful to teenagers D. English is popular in much of the world

37. Many people learn English by________.

A. watching videos only B. hearing the language in the office

C. talking with the film stars D. working hard on their lessons

38. Many boys and girls learn English because ________.

A. English can give them a job B. it is included in their study course

C. their parents make them D. they have to study their own language

39. In America or Australia many schoolchildren study ________.

A. English as a foreign language

B. English and Math only

C. such foreign languages as French, German, and Spanish

D. their own language and no foreign language

40. Many adults learn English because ________.

A. their work is useful B. they want to go abroad

C. most of their books are in English D. it helps them in their work

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.
41. The students will have good preparations before they had their final examination next week. A B C D

42. She said her father that she would go shopping with him the following day.


43. Peter asked his mother where had she been the day before.


44. When I was young, my mother often told me to not go out alone at night.


45. When I will see her tomorrow, I will tell her the truth. I’m sure she will be very happy.


Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 46 to 50
Before the 19th century, families usually ____( 46)_____ marriages for their children. Young people didn’t decide who they want to marry. After they got married, they usually had ____( 47)_____ children. In the 19th century, most children could not choose the person they wanted to marry. A marriage joined two people and not two families. Two people could get ____( 48)_____ because they loved each other, not just because their families wanted them to marry. At the same time, people began to realize that they had to ____( 49)____ very good care of their children. Before this, most people didn’t go to school. The family members all worked together at home. Later, people realized that ___( 50)____ is necessary for a good life.

  1. A. have arranged B. arranged C. were arranging D. arrange

  2. A. much B. little C. a lot of D. few

  3. A. marry B. marriage C. marrying D. married

  4. A. make B. get C. take D. give

  5. A. educate B. educated C. educator D. education

Mark the letter A, B, C or to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.

  1. A. stopped B. arrived C. planned D. followed

  2. A. hear B. dear C. bear D. near

  3. A. study B. apply C. rely D. supply

  4. A. likes B. matches C. rises D. fixes

  5. A. divided B. permitted C. landed D. missed

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct option to fill each of the following blanks.

  1. Tommy left high school _______ the age of seventeen.

A. at B. in C. on D. of

  1. As an _______, Mr. Pike is very worried about the increasing of teenager crimes.

A. educate B. education C. educator D. educational

  1. English is an important _______ that is required in GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education).

A. language B. test C. evaluation D. subject

  1. In the UK, _______ schools refer to government-funded schools, which provide education free of charge to pupils.

A. state B. secondary C. independent D. primary

  1. Mathematics, a required subject in all schools, is _______into many branches.

A. grouped B. prepared C. divided D. added

  1. Reagan _______ an actor years ago.

A. is said to being B. was said being

C. was said having been D. is said to have been

  1. All bottles _______ before transportation.

A. frozen B. were freezing C. were frozen D. freezing

  1. The trees _______.

A. were grown by John yesterday in the backyard

B. were grown in the backyard by John yesterday

C. were grown in the backyard yesterday by John

D. in the backyard were grown yesterday by John

  1. English has become a second language in countries like India, Nigeria or Singapore where ______ for administration, broadcasting and education.

A. is used B. it is used C. used D. being used

  1. The telephone _______ by Alexander Graham Bell.

A. being invented B. inventing C. invented D. was invented

  1. The school library is open ______ all of the students and the teaching staff of the school.

A. for B. over C. to D. among

  1. Fee-paying schools, often called "independent schools", "private schools" or “_______ schools".

A. college B. primary C. secondary D. public

  1. In England schooling is compulsory _______ all children from the age of 5 to 16.

A. with B. for C. to D. over

  1. In Vietnam, a school year lasts for nine months and is divided _______ two terms.

A. into B. to C. from D. on

  1. Despite many recent _______ advances, there are parts where schools are not equipped with computers.

A. technology B. technological C. technologically D. technologist

  1. There is a wide range of _______ in the education system of the USA.

A. select B. selective C. selected D. selection

22. English, Maths and Science are _____ subjects in the national curriculum in England.

A. supportive B. core C. public D. independent

23. “_______ have you been learning English?” – “For over five years”.

A. Why B. How long C. What time D. When

24. The preparations _______ by the time the guests _______.

A. had been finished / arrived B. have finished / arrived

C. had finished / were arriving D. have been finished / were arrived

25. “What’s your favourite food?” - “________”

A. Hamburgers, please. B. A hamburger C. Hamburgers D. Coke

26. “He didn’t understand it.” - “________.”

A. So did I B. I did too C. Neither did I D. Was he?

27. This school ___________ in 2000.

A. was built B. be built C. built D. be building

28. I ________ here since last January.

A. am studying B. have been studying

C. had been studying D. was studying

29. Don’t you remember _______ Sally at that party several months ago?

A. met B. to meet C. meet D. meeting

30. The advanced students are selected to take part ______ the annual International Olympic Competition.

A. at B. for C. in D. for

31. Mr. Baker: Why didn’t you water the pot plants? Tom: ________________

A. Thank you for your help. B. I’m sorry, Dad.

B. I’m glad you like it D. I’m very proud of you.

32. We washed up and cleaned up the kitchen after our dinner guests ___________.

A. leave B. had left C. left D. have left

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