I. some grammatical points


Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the sentences which is closest in meaning to the given one



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Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the sentences which is closest in meaning to the given one.

33. Someone cleaned the floor yesterday.

A. Yesterday, the floor cleaned. B. The floor was cleaned yesterday.

C. The floor was yesterday cleaned. D. Yesterday cleaned the floor.

34. Many people think Steve stole the money.

A. It was not Steve who stole the money.

B. Steve is thought to have stolen the money.

C. Many people think the money is stolen by Steve.

D. The money is thought to be stolen by Steve.

35. The man suddenly realized that the neighbor was watching him.

A. The man suddenly realized that he was being watched by the neighbor.

B. The neighbor was watching the man and he suddenly realized that.

C. The neighbor was suddenly realized the man and watching him.

D. The man suddenly realized that he was watched by the neighbor.

36. My mother never lets me go out by myself at night.

A. I am never allowed to go out alone at night.

B. My mother allows me to go out on my own at night.

C. I am never given a chance to go out with my mother at night.

D. Going out at night by myself is seldom allowed.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.
37. We were surprising by the results of the test.

A B C D


38. The first postage stamps issued in New York City in 1842.

A B C D


  1. The major goals of primary education is to achieve basic literacy and numeracy

A B C D

among all students.

40. This lake is feed by more than thirty mountain streams.

A B C D


41. The music on a compact disc is recording by lasers.

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

The American education system requires that students complete 12 years of primary and secondary education prior to attending university or college. This may be accomplished either at public or government-operated schools, or at private schools. These 12 years of schooling or their equivalent may also be completed outside the USA, thus giving foreign students the opportunity to pursue the benefits of the American education system and obtain a quality American education. Perhaps one of the most impressive facts is that a large number of presidents, prime ministers and leaders from other countries have experienced the American education system and graduated from a university or school in the USA. In many fields and industries, the American education system offers the most cutting-edge, sought-after programs at the world's best schools. That is why graduating from an accredited American school and being exposed to the rigors of the American education system is an investment in your future.

Whether you want to study at a top USA university, a top USA college, a vocational or high school, a thorough understanding of how the American education system works is essential. Without a clear grasp of the American education system, an international student will find it difficult to make the right academic choices. It is no surprise that the American education system and the American school system host more international students than any other country in the world!



  1. The expression government-operated could best be replaced by _____.

A. independent B. state C. vocational D. boarding

  1. According to the text, students in the USA _______.

A. are made to take primary and secondary education in the country

B. are not necessarily taking primary and secondary education in the country

C. spend less than 12 years for primary and secondary education

D. needn't take primary and secondary education



  1. The writer _______ the US education.

A. appreciates B. underestimates C. overstates D. dislikes

  1. Which is TRUE?

A. The US education is not good enough for foreign students.

B. Foreign students are not offered opportunities in the US:

C. There are not many foreign students in the US.

D. Many leaders all over the world have studied in the US.


Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 46 to 50.

The General Certificate of Secondary Education or the GCSE examinations for (46) _____ are the standard school-leaver qualifications taken by virtually all UK students in the May and June following their 16th birthday. If you come to a UK independent school before you (47) _____ the age of 16, you will study towards GCSE examinations in up to 12 subjects. Some subjects are compulsory, including English and mathematics, and you can select (48) _____, such as music, drama, geography and history from a series of options. GCSEs provide a good all-round education that you can build on at college and eventually at university.

AS- and A-levels are taken after GCSEs. They are the UK qualifications most (49) _____ accepted for entry to university and are available in subjects from the humanities, arts, sciences and social sciences as well as in (50) _____ subjects such as engineering, and leisure and tourism. You can study up to four subjects at the same time for two years.


  1. A. short B. long C. big D. long

  2. A. reach B. come C. approach D. go

  3. A. other B. each other C. another D. others

  4. A. wide B. widely C. width D. widen

  5. A. practical B. apprentice C. vocational D. physical



5. TEST OF UNIT 5
Mark 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.

1. A. washed B. cooked C. clapped D. cleared

2. A. translated B. succeeded C. introduced D. initiated

3. A. washes B. teaches C. changes D. likes



Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of main stress in each of the following questions.

4. A. linguistics B. favorite C. demanding D. geography

5. A. university B. examination C. sociology D. geographical

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

6. He has not been offered the job because he cannot meet the _______ of the company.

A. requirements B. applicants C. information D. education

7. A _______ is an official document that you receive when you have completed a course of study or training.

A. vocation B. subject C. certificate D. grade

8. Many people have objected to the use of animals in _____ experiments.

A. science B. scientist C. scientific D. scientifically

9. Students also have the opportunity to choose from a wide range of _______ courses in the university.

A. compulsory B. optional C. required D. limited

10. Higher education ______ have risen this year for the first time in more than a decade.

A. applies B. applications C. applicable D. applicants

11. An _______ is a student at a university or college who is studying for his or her first degree.

A. undergraduate B. application C. insurance D. exam

12. Which subject do you _______ at university? - I major in Math.

A. do B. make C. practice D. demonstrate

13. She has made an _______for the job as a nursery teacher because she likes children.

A. apply B. applicant C. appliance D. application

14. Whenever something goes wrong, everyone _______ it on me.

A. charges B. blames C. insists D. accuses

15. Ellen didn’t get _______very well _______the roommate.

A. up/ with B. on/ to C. up/ to D. on/ with

16. Sarah was very excited _______going to college.

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

17. Alice was not used to _______different people every day at college.

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

18. Did you see that fascinating wildlife program _______television last night?

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

19. Music is clearly different _______language.

A. with B. from C. in D. of

20. My school is _______the hospital and the post office.

A. in B. near C. between D. behind

21. Quoc Tu Giam was_______ to be the first university of Vietnam.

A. considered B. founded C. noticed D. called

22. If I were you, I would advise her _______the new teaching method.

A. try B. trying C. tries D. to try

23. Working for 12 hours a day _______her very tired.

A. make B. makes C. made D. making

24. Either you or I _______wrong.

A. am B. is C. were D. are

25. If I had known you were in hospital, I _______to see you.

A. will come B. came C. would come D. would have come

26. If anyone _______me, tell him I’ll be back later, Mary.

A. was calling B. calls C. call D. called

27. If I _______ 10 years younger, I _______ the job.

A. am / will take B. was / have taken

C. had been / will have taken D. were / would take

28. I would send her a fax if I _______ her number.

A. know B. knew C. had known D. could know

29. If I_______ the chance, I would have been trained to be a doctor.

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

30. If it _______ warm yesterday, we would have gone to the beach.

A. was B. were C. had been D. could be



Mark the letter A, B, C or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.

31. After she had had lunch, she taken a nap.

A B C D

32. We always expect get as many good marks at school as possible.



A B C D

33. He began to studying English three years ago.

A B C D

34. We have to cancel the meeting because the chairman’s absence.



A B C D

35. Higher education is very importance to national economies, and it is also a source of

A B

trained and educated personnel for the whole country.



C D

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the sentences which is closest in meaning to the given one.

36. If I had known about Josie’s illness, I wouldn’t have visited her.

A. I saw Josie, and I knew she was ill.

B. I didn’t know Josie was ill, so I didn’t see her.

C. I didn’t see Josie although I knew she was ill.

D. I didn’t know Josie was ill, but I saw her.

37. If he wrote to her, she would be happy.

A. She isn’t happy because he doesn’t write to her.

B. When he wrote to her, she wasn’t happy.

C. She is happy because he has written to her.

D. He didn’t write to her, so she wasn’t happy.

38. If I were taller, I could reach the top shelf.

A. I am not tall enough to reach the top shelf.

B. I am too tall to reach the top shelf.

C. I cannot reach the top shelf because I am very tall.

D. In spite of being tall, I cannot reach the top shelf.

39. I don’t know her phone number, so I can’t call her.

A. I haven’t called her although I know her number.

B. You didn’t give me her phone number, and I didn’t call her.

C. I’ll look up her phone number and I call her.

D. If I knew her phone number, I’d call her.

40. He got lost because he didn’t take the city map.

A. If he had taken the city map, he wouldn’t have got lost.

B. If he took the city map, he wouldn’t get lost.

C. If he takes the city map, he won’t get lost.

D. If he took the city map, he wouldn’t have got lost.



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

University Entrance Examination is very important to Vietnamese students. High school graduates have to take it and get high results to be admitted to universities. The pressure on the candidates remains very high despite the measures that have been taken to reduce the heat around these exams, since securing a place in a state university is considered a major step towards a successful career for young people, especially those from rural areas or disadvantaged families. In the year 2004, it was estimated that nearly 1 million Vietnamese students took the University Entrance Examination, but on average only 1 out of 5 candidates succeeded. Normally, candidates take 3 exam subjects, and each lasts; 180 minutes for the fixed group of subjects they choose. There are 4 fixed groups of subjects: Group A: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry; Group B: Mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry; Group C: Literature, History, and Geography; Group D: Literature, Foreign Language, and Mathematics.

In addition to universities, there are community colleges, art and technology institutes; professional secondary schools, and vocational schools which offer degrees or certificates from a-few-month to 2-year courses.

According to Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training, there are currently 23 non-public universities, accounting for 11% of the total number of universities. These non-public universities are currently training 119,464 students, or 11.7% of the total number of students. The government is planning to increase the number of non-public universities to 30% by 2007.

41. University Entrance Examination in Vietnamese is very _______.

A. interesting B. stressful C. free D. easy

42. The word those refers to _______.

A. exam subjects B. young people C. universities D. examinations

43. In 2004, the proportion of the students who got success in University Entrance Examination was about _______ percent.

A. 5 B. 10 C. 20 D. 50

44. Which sentence refers to the University Entrance Examination in Vietnam?

A. Students find it easy to get success in the University Entrance Examination.

B. Math is compulsory in the University Entrance Examination.

C. Students are not allowed to choose their exam subjects.

D. There are four fixed groups of exam subjects for students to choose.

45. According to the passage, _______.

A. the Vietnamese government will close all non-public universities by next year.

B. the Vietnamese government does not appreciate non-public universities

C. the Vietnamese government encourages the establishing of non-public universities.

D. Vietnamese students have no alternative to continue their higher study besides universities.



Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 46 to 50.

Since China adopted its open-door (46) _____ approximately twenty-five years ago, Chinese higher education has begun once again to draw closer to the (47) _____ Western world. China's (48) _____ to send scholars and students to the United States at the end of the 1970s, after thirty years of hostility between the two countries, marked a dramatic turning (49) _____ in the nation's educational history. Today, about 50,000 Chinese students, are studying in the United States, accounting (50) _____ 10 percent of the total international students in the country

46. A. way B. law C. rule D. policy

47. A. progress B. advanced C. head D. reach

48. A. decide B. decisive C. decision D. decider

49. A. point B. spot C. top D. stain

50. A. for B. to C. up D. over


6. TEST OF UNIT 6
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.
Question 1. A. systems B. goods C. letters D. groups

Question 2. A. cow B. below C. know D. show

Question 3. A. washes B. teaches C. changes D. likes
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of main stress in each of the following questions.
Question 4. A. interview B. impression C. company D. formally

Question 5. A. vacancy B. remember C. impression D. experience
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions
Preparation is a key to a successful interview. Does the idea of going to a job interview make you feel a little nervous? Many people find that it is the hardest part of the employing process. But it is not really true. The more you prepare and practice, the more comfortable you will feel. You should find out as much as possible about the company before you go to the interview. Understand the products that they produce and the services that they provide. It is also good to know who the customers are and who the major competitors are. Practice makes perfect. It will also make you feel more confident and relaxed. So, practice your answers to common questions. Make a list of questions to ask, too. Almost all interviewers will ask if you have questions. This is a great opportunity for you to show your keenness, enthusiasm, and knowledge.

Make a great impression. The interview is your chance to show that you are the best person for the job. Your application or resume has already exhibited that you are qualified. Now it is up to you to show how your skills and experience match this position and this company. The employer will be looking and listening to determine if you are a good fit. He/she will be looking for a number of different qualities, in addition to the skills that you possess. To make the best impression, dress appropriately; express your strengths; arrive early, by about 10-15 minutes; be enthusiastic; shake hands firmly; be an active listener; sit up straight and maintain eye contact; and ask questions

After the interview, follow up with a thank-you note. This is a chance for you to restate your interest and how you can benefit the company. Your best bet is to try to time it so that the note gets there before the hiring: decision is made. You should also follow up with a phone call if you do not hear back from the employer within the specified time.

Question 6.The pronoun it refers to ________.

A. the job B. the interview C. the interviewer D. the preparation



Question 7. What does the writer advise you to practice?

A. Asking and answering questions related to the job.

B. Making products that the company produces.

C. Providing services that the company serves.

D. Meeting some customers and competitors.

Question 8.Which should not be shown during your interview?

A. Punctuality B. A firm hand shaking

C. Being properly-dressed D. Weaknesses

Question 9. You can show your qualifications in the

A. dressing style and punctuality B. competing with the competitors

C. resume and letter of application D. eye contact with the interview

Question 10. Which is not included in the writer's advice?

A. You should not communicate with the interviewer after the interview.

B. You should make the best impression in the interview.

C. You should write a note to say thanks to the interviewer after the interview,

D. You should telephone the interviewer for any information after the interview.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.
Question 11. That’s the young man whom we met him at the bus-stop last week, isn’t it?

A B C D


Question 12.There were several large holes in the road, five of them had to be repaired A B C

urgently.

D

Question 13. Anna went to see the dentist, whom took out two of her teeth.

A B C D

Question 14. We didn’t want to swim in the sea, that looked very dirty.

A B C D


Question 15. I suppose that’s the house where we’ll have to stay in there.

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


Question 16. They will introduce you to a lot of people, most of _____are businessmen.

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



Question 17. His advice can help you create a good impression ________ your interviewers.

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



Question 18. During the interview you should ________on what the interviewer is saying.

A. look B. concentrate C. observe D. centralize



Question 19. I think he is the most suitable _______for the position.

A. employer B. trainee C. candidate D. examiner



Question 20. They had invited over one hundred guests, ________.

A. I did not know any of whom B. none of whom I knew

C. not any of whom I knew D. I knew none of who

Question 21. ___________turned out to be true.

A. Everything she had told us B. Everything where she had told us

C. Everything she had told us which D. That everything she told us

Question 22. My brother, _____________, refused to go to the concert with me.

A. whom hates country music B. that he hates country music

C. whose country music he hates D. who hates country music

Question 23. We climb to the top of the mountain, ________.

A. which we had a picnic B. in that we had a picnic

C. where we had a picnic D. we had a picnic in where

Question 24. Be sure to follow the instructions ___________.

A. given at the top of the page B. that gives at the top of the page

C. which gave at the top of the page D. where were given at the top of the page

Question 25. A letter of ___________is sometimes really necessary for you in a job interview.

A. recommend B. recommended C. recommender D. recommendation



Question 26. I am so ___________ that I cannot say anything, but keep silent.

A. nerve B. nervous C. nervously D. nervousness



Question 27. Her job was so ___________that she decided to quit it.

A. interesting B. satisfactory C. stressful D. wonderful



Question 28. Some days of rest may help to ___________ the pressure of work.

A. reduce B. lower C. rise up D. increase



Question 29. Can you tell me some information that _________to the job?

A. indicates B. expresses C. interests D. relates



Question 30. Not all teenagers are well _______for their future job when they are at high school.

A. interested B. satisfied C. concerned D. prepared

Question 31. She likes meeting people and travelling so she wants to apply for a ________of a receptionist or a tourist guide.

A. location B. position C. site D. work



Question 32. Doctors have to assume __________for human life.

A. responsible B. responsibility C. responsibly D. respond



Question 33. He was offered the job thanks to his _______performance during his job interview.

A. impress B. impression C. impressive D. impressively



Question 34. They held a party to congratulate _________their son’s success to become an engineer.

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



Question 35. The interviewer gave his consent to John’s _________for work and promised to give him a job.

A. keen B. keenly C. keener D. keenness



Question 36. You should have a job to live _______of your parents.

A. dependent B. independent C. dependently D. independently



Question 37. They are university professors who _________in the history of the Russian empire.

A. special B. specially C. specialize D. specialization



Question 38. They have just visited the town ________location was little known.

A. where B. whose C. which D. that



Question 39. Wild fires are common in the forest areas of Australia, the USA and Canada _________the climate is moist.

A. in where B. in that C. where D. which



Question 40. ________want to get a job have to have certain qualifications and experience.

A. Who B. Those which C. Those who D. Those whom


Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 41 to 45.
Here are the tips that help succeed in your job interview:

Always arrive early. If you do not know ______(41)_____the organization is located, call for exact directions _____(42)_____advance. Leave some extra time for any traffic, parking, or ______(43)____events. If you are running late, call right away and let someone know. The best time to arrive is approximately 5-10 minutes early. Give ____(44)____ the time to read your résumé on more time, to catch your breath, and to be ready for the interview. Once you are at the office, treat everyone you encounter with respect. Be ______(45)____to everyone as soon as you walk into the door.



Question 41. A. why B. when C. where D. that

Question 42. A. with B. in C. on D. for

Question 43. A. expected B. unexpected C. unexpectedly D. expectedly

Question 44. A. you B. your C. yours D. yourself

Question 45. A. pleasant B. happy C. disappointed D. excited
Choose A, B,C, or D to indicate the correct and natural combination of each pair of sentences given.
Question 46. They booked the hotel. They had stayed there on their honeymoon.

A. They booked the hotel where they had stayed on their honeymoon.

B. They booked the hotel where they had stayed there on their honeymoon.

C. They booked the hotel which they had stayed on their honeymoon.

D. They booked the hotel which they had stayed there on their honeymoon.

Question 47. He comes from a large family. All of them now live in Canada.

A. He comes from a large family all of who now live in Canad.a

B. He comes from a large family all of whose now live in Canada.

C. He comes from a large family, all of whom now live in Canada.

D. He comes from a large family, all of that now live in Canada.

Question 48. He gave the information. I wrote it down at once.

A. He gave me the information that I wrote it down at once.

B. He gave me the information, that I wrote down at once.

C. He gave me the information which I wrote it down at once.

D. He gave me the information which I wrote down at once.

Question 49. Edward has just moved to France. His grandfather died last year.

A. Edward has just moved to France, where his grandfather died last year.

B. Edward has just moved to France, whose grandfather died last year.

C. Edward, whose grandfather died last year, has just moved to France.

D. Edward, who has just moved to France, his grandfather died last year.

Question 50. I wanted to see the man. He owned the restaurant.

A. I wanted to see the man, who owned the restaurant.

B. I wanted to see the man who owned the restaurant.

C. I wanted to see the man, whom owned the restaurant.

D. I wanted to see the man whom owned the restaurant.

7. TEST OF UNIT 8
I. 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. enjoys B. feels C. takes D. gives

2. A. experience B. domestic C. depression D. pessimism

3. A. treated B. corrected C. stopped D. wicked

4. A. contribute B. future C. influence D. security

5. A. cough B. weigh C. laugh D. rough



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

6. Hurry up! We have only _________ little time.

A. a B. an C. the D. any

7. Ken is a faster runner than others.

A. No one can run as fast as Ken. B. No one can run faster as Ken.

C. No one can run faster than Ken. D. No one can run fastest as Ken.

8. We’ll have to hurry if we want to be _________ time for the show.

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

9. The phone rings. The person calling says “ Hello. Who’s that?”

Alex says “_________”.

A. I’m Alex B. Here is Alex C. It’s Alex D. That is Alex

10. Shall we get a taxi or shall we go _________ foot.

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

11. Someone who is _________ is hopeful about the future or the success of something in particular.

A. optimist B. optimistic C. pessimist D. pessimistic

12. Who’s the girl standing _________ Alice and Mary?

A. next B. between C. among D. by

13. A: “Can you lend me your notebook _________ Friday?”

B. “ Sorry, I can’t. I’ll have to finish my report _________ the end of the week”

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

14. What did you do with _________ camera I lent you ?

A. a B. an C. the D. no article

15. His car struck _________ tree; you can still see the mark on _________ tree.

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

16. Mary ( on the phone) : “Could I speak to Susan?”

Susan: “_________!”

A. Speaking B. Talking C. Calling D. Answering

17. I’m sure Bill _________ the job. He has a lot of experiences.

A. was getting B. will get C. had got D. will be got

18. Thanks to the inventions of labour-saving _________, domestic chores will no longer be a burden.

A. tools B. facilities C. equipment D. devices

19. Mai _________ in Ho Chi Minh City for five years now.

A. lives B. has lived C. is living D. has been lived

20. Madrid is _________ capital of Spain.

A. a B. an C. the D. no article

21. What will the relationship between computing and _________ bring us over the next 15 years?

A. science B. scientific C. scientifically D. scientist

22. Why are you so rude _________ your sisters? Can’t you be nice _________ them?

A. with/with B. at/ to C. to/to D. on/ with

23. _________ are people who always expect good things to happen.

A. pessimists B. optimists C. scientists D. terrorists

24. No one can predict the future exactly. Things may happen _________.

A. expected B. unexpected C. expectedly D. unexpectedly

25. In the future, many large corporations will be wiped out.

A. companies B. services C. supermarkets D. farms

26. The more powerful weapons are, the more terrible the _________ is.

A. creativity B. history C. terrorism D. technology

27. – “Don’t tell anyone my new address.” - “_________.”

A. I wouldn’t B. I can’t C. I don’t D. I won’t

28. Have you had _________ lunch yet?

A. a B. an C. the D. any

29. Would you like _________an engineer?

A. to be B. be C. being D. to have been

30. I _________ TV at 8.30 last night.

A. watched B. has watched C. had watched D. was watching

31. When you see your friend off, you say “_________!”

A. Lucky you B. See you later C. Good night D. Have a good journey

32. We cleaned up the room as soon as the guests _________ .

A. had left B. has left C. left D. were leaving

33. “_________! Can you help me with this?”

A. Sorry B. Excuse me C. Pardon D. My apology

34. The Mekong River is longer than any other river in Vietnam.

A. The Mekong River is as long as any other river in Vietnam.

B. The Mekong River is not as long as any other river in Vietnam.

C. The Mekong River is not longer than any other river in Vietnam.

D. The Mekong River is the longest in Vietnam.

35. Do you believe _________ God?

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



III. Mark the letter A, B, C or D to show the underlined part that needs correction

36. My brother is more stronger than his friend.

A B C D

37. Lily is never in time. She’s always late.



A B C D

38. She told me she is coming with us the next day.

A B C D

39. Many teenagers show signs of anxiety and depressed when being asked about their future.



A B C D

40. My father often watches the television after dinner.

A B C D

IV. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 41 to 45

Many environmental experts are pessimistic about the future of our _____(41)____. They say that the next few years harmful chemicals will further damage the_____(42)____layer., there will be more losses of irreplaceable tropical rainforests, and serious air pollution will cause the climate itself to change. They also warn us that the developing countries will continue to suffer ecological disasters, while the _____(43)____countries consume the vast majority of the world’s fuels. Animals are also at_____(44)____.It’s fear that some endangered species may soon die out, as their natural_____(45)____are destroyed.

41. A. country B. planet C. society D. life

42. A. oxygen B. dioxide C. carbon D. ozone

43. A. poor B. developing C. European D. rich

44. A. risk B. danger C. accidents D. unfortunate

45. A. environment B. habitats C. resources D. disasters

V. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from46.to 50

PARENTS’ DREAMS

Parents often have dreams for their children’s future. They hope their children will have a better life than they had. They dream that their children will do things that they couldn’t do. Parents who come to the U.S from foreign countries hope their children will have better education here. They think their children will have more career choices and more successful lives. They make many sacrifices so that their children will have more opportunities. They think their children will remain close to them because of this. Some children understand and appreciate these sacrifices and remain close to their parents. However, other children feel ashamed that their parents are so different from other Americans.

46. Parents often dream of _________.

A. their children’s making a lot of money in the future.

B. one day seeing their children become famous people.

C. one day living on their children’s money.

D. a bright future for their children.

47.Which is TRUE about the parents who come home from U.S from foreign countries

A. They want their children to have a lot of careers.

B. They wish their children would be successful directors.

C. They hope their children will have more opportunities for good education.

D. They ask their children to make a lot of sacrifices.

48. Parents think their children will remain close to them because____________.

A. they give their children a lot of money.

B. of their sacrifices

C. they know their children will be successful in the future.

D. they are living in a foreign country.

49. The word career in line 5 is closest in meaning to______________.

A. education B. travel C. subject D. profession

50. The word close in line 7 is closest in meaning to_________________.

A. dear B. friendly C. helpful D. kind


8. TEST OF UNIT 10
I. 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. low B. cow C. fold D. show

2. A. cost B. hot C. most D. post

3. A. wall B. course C. thought D. what

4. A. any B. many C. parrot D. said

5. A. style B. type C. classify D. sympathy



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

6. Almost half of turtles and tortoises are known to be threatened with ______ .

A. extinct B. extinction C. extinctive D. extinctly

7. The wetland is _______ to a large variety of wildlife

A. land B. accommodation C. house D. home

8. This also means that the __________ of many animals are being destroyed.

A. ways of life B. natural habitats C. land D. species

9. Humans depend on species diversity to provide food, clean air and water and fertile soil for agriculture.

A. destruction B. contamination C. fertilizer D. variety

10. Life on Earth is disappearing fast and will continue to do so unless urgent action is taken.

A. vanishing B. damaging C. polluting D. destroying

11. Keep quiet. You ______ talk so loudly in here. Everybody is working.

A. may B. must C. might D. mustn’t

12. John is not at home. He _______ go somewhere with Daisy. I am not sure.

A. might B. will C. must D. should

13. ________ I have a day off tomorrow? – Of course not. We have a lot of things to do.

A. Must B. Will C. May D. Need

14. Do you mind if I borrow a chair? - ____________. Do you only need one?

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

15. ________ I be here by 6 o’clock? – No, you ________.

A. Shall/mightn’t B. Must/needn’t C. Will/mayn’t D. Might/won’t

16. If I had gone white water rafting with my friends, I _______ down the Colorado River right now.

A. should have floated B. must be floating

C. would be floating D. would have been floating

17. You ________ touch that switch, whatever you do.

A. mustn’t B. needn’t C. won’t D. wouldn’t

18. Susan ______ hear the speaker because the crowd was cheering so loudly.

A. mustn’t B. couldn’t C. can’t D. needn’t

19. You ________ be rich to be a success. Some of the most successful people I know haven’t got a penny to their name.

A. needn’t B. couldn’t C. mayn’t D. mustn’t

20. – Oh no! I completely forgot we were supposed to pick Jenny up at the air port this morning.

- She _______ there waiting for us.

A. needn’t sit B. might still sit C. must still be sitting D. should have sat

21. Jane often wears beautiful clothes. She ______ be very rich.

A. must B. could C. might D. needn’t

22. Do you mind if we schedule the meeting for 11 o’clock? – Well, actually I _______ earlier.

A. should prefer it will be B. am preferring it to be

C. will prefer it D. would prefer it to be

23. Our new flat is on a very busy street. I expect we’ll ________ the noise, but at the moment it’s very disturbing.

A. use to B. get used to C. be used D. used to

24. You havent eaten anything since yesterday afternoon. You ________ be really hungry! “I am”

A. might B. will C. can D. must

25. “This movie is boring and too violent,” “I agree. ________ leave?”

A. Will we B. why dont we C. must we D. would we



III. Mark the letter A, B, C or D to show the underlined part that needs correction

26. The music on a compact disk (CD) is record by laser.

A B C D

27. It will be said that a million years ago there were a lot more species of animal than



A B C

there are now.

D

28. Mark doesn’t needs to finish his report today. He can do it at the weekend.



A B C D

29. You mustnt wear your best clothes. You can wear whatever you like.

A B C D

30. You mustn’t take flowers to your hostess if you don’t want to.



A B C D

IV. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 31 to 35

Nowadays people are more aware that wildlife all over the world is in (31) ________ . Many species of animals are threatened, and could easily become (32) _______ if we do not make an effort to protect them. There are many reasons for this. In some cases, animals are hunted for their fur or for other valuable parts of their bodies. Some birds, such as parrots are caught (33) _______, that their habitats – the place where they live – is disappearing. More land is used for farms, for house and industry and there are fewer open spaces than there once were. Farmers use powerful chemicals to help them grow better crops, but these chemicals pollute the environment and (34) _______ wildlife. The most successful animals on Earth, human being, will soon be the only ones (35) ____ unless we can solve this problem.

31. A. danger B. threat C. problem D. vanishing

32. A. disappeared B. vanished C. empty D. extinct

33. A. lively B. alive C. for life D. for living

34. A. spoil B. harm C. would D. wrong

35. A. left B. over C. staying D. survived

V. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from36.to 40

Everybody loves the giant panda. That was clear from enthusiasm welcome New Yorkers gave to Ling Ling and Yong Yong when they arrive at the Bronx zoo in May. The cuddy black and white pair were on loan for six months from China’s Beijing Zoo, and it was estimated that more than one million people visited them in New York before they left for a zoo in Tampa, Florida in early November.

The giant panda, unfortunately, is an endangered species. Only about 700 are left in the wild, most of them living on reserves in China’s Sichua Province. Despite conservation efforts on the part of the Chinese government and scientist worldwide, the population continues to decline as human beings cut down bamboo, the panda’s primary food.

Can the panda be saved? Of course. All it need is bamboo and peace. Every panda population should have at least two bamboo species available to lessen the impact of die off. Bamboo at low elevations must be preserved or replanted. Existing reserves need to be expanded and new reserves created. Poaching must be controlled. Zoos must improve captive breeding to provide move pandas for their original home.

China’s Ministry of Forestry and the World Wildlife Fund are continuing their collaborative effort on the panda’s behalf, guided by the spirit of their Joint the agreement that needs: “The giant panda is not only the precious property of the China people, but also a precious natural heritage of concern to people all over the world.”

36. China’s Beijing zoo ______________ .

A. lent Ling Ling and Yong Yong to Bronx zoo.

B. borrowed Ling Ling and Yong Yong from Bronx zoo in New York.

C. gave two pandas to a zoo in Tampa, Florida in early November.

D. is visited by more than 1 million people in six months.

37. Why is the giant panda an endangered species?

A. Because reserves in China’s Sichuan Province are demolished.

B. Because some bamboo species die out.

C. Because they have not enough food to eat.

D. Because of the lack of conservation effort.

38. What should human beings do to help save pandas?

A. We should improve captive breeding.

B. We should plant two bamboo species for each panda.

C. We should preserve and replant bamboo at low elevation.

D. We should improve reserves, plant bamboo, and control poaching.

39. Zoos are ____________________ .

A. to blame foe contributing to the extinction of pandas.

B. useful in breeding more pandas to send back to the wild.

C. good places for bamboo at low elevations.

D. better for pandas than their original home.

40. The spirit of the Joint agreement between China’s Ministry of Forestry and the World Wildlife Fund about pandas is based on ___________ .

A. their collaborative effort.

B. the need to save pandas, the precious property of the Chinese people.

C. the fact that the panda is a natural heritage of China and the whole world.

D. saving pandas from efforts of people all over the world



VI. Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the sentences which is closest in meaning to the given one.

41. “You should have finished the report by now”, the boss said to his secretary.

A. the boss reminded his secretary of finishing the report on time.

B. The boss advised his secretary to finish the report on time.

C. The boss scolded his secretary for not finishing the report on time.

D. The boss suggested his secretary should have finished the report.

42. Perhaps the others are looking for us now.

A. The others must be looking for us now.

B. The others might be looking for us now.

C. The others should be looking for us now.

D. The others have to be looking for us now.

43. The best decision would have been for you to accept the offer.

A. You ought to have accepted the offer. B. You must have accepted the offer.

C. You need have accepted the offer. D. You could have accepted the offer.

44. It is rarely necessary to ask Suzanne to tidy her room.

A. Suzanne dislikes to be ask to tidy her room.

B. There is no need for Suzanne to tidy her room.

C. Suzanne mustn’t be asked to tidy her room.

D. Suzanne rarely has to be asked to tidy her room.

45. It’s obvious that the child has run away.

A. The child must have run away. B. The child might have run away.

C. The child need have run away. D. The child could have run away.

46. Peter emphasized the importance of being thoughtful toward one another.

A. Peter said that people should not talk too much.

B. Peter said that people should not be too serious.

C. Peter said that people should consider the feelings of others.

D. Peter said that people should discuss thoughtful topics.

47. You neednt have waited for them

A. You neednt wait for them. B. You didnt have to wait for them.

C. They didnt expect you to wait for them. D. You didnt need to wait for them.

48 Every student is required to write an essay on the topic.

A. Every student might write an essay on the topic.

B. Every student must write an essay on the topic.

C. They require every student write an essay on the topic.

D. Every student should write an essay on the topic.

49. You must do it now, or never.

A. If you dont do it now, youll never do it. B. Do it now, and then never again.

C. Youll never do it again if you do it now. D. If you dont do it now, you can do it later.

50. Sue is too slow to understand what you might say.

A. Sue is not enough quick to understand what you might say.

B. What you might say, Sue can understand slowly.

C. Sue is so slow to understand what you might say

D. So slow is Sue that she cant understand what you might say.


9. TEST OF UNIT 11
I. Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.
Question 1. A. dips B. lives C. digests D. thanks

Question 2. A. athletics B. thought C. enthusiast D. themselves

Question 3. A. swallowed B. replaced C. described D. dramatized

Question 4. A. reunite B. survive C. wilderness D. digest


II. Choose the word whose stressed syllable is in a different position from the others.
Question 5. A. magazine B. character C. quality D. agency

Question 6. A. difficulty B. entertainment C. television D. fascinating

Question 7. A. swallow B. digest C. happen D. offer
III. Choose the best answer to complete the sentences.
Question 8. Books are still a cheap way to get __________ and entertainment.

A. inform B. information C. informative D. informatively

Question 9. Whenever he picks up a book, he reads bits here and there or in other words he _____ .

A. digests B. tastes C. chews D. swallows

Question 10. Books are a wonderful source of __________ and pleasure.

A. know B. knowing C. knowledgeable D. knowledge

Question 11. A ____ is a type of book that is based on imagined scientific discoveries of the future.

A. novel B. science fiction book C. fiction book D. romance

Question 12. I feel much more __________ when I read an interesting book..

A. relaxed B. relaxing C. relax D. to relax

Question 13. A novel is a story long enough to fill a complete book, in which the characters and events are usually __________ .

A. imagine B. imaginary C. imagination D. imaginatively

Question 14.The journey was the most difficult for him, but __________ he found the strength to make it.

A. amaze B. amazing C. amazingly D. amazement

Question 15. Sue: “I love comic books.” Alice: “__________.”

A. I do, too B. No, I won’t C. Yes, I like it D. Neither do I

Question 16. Mary: “I’ve got an interview for a job today.” Peter: “__________.”

A. Thank you. B. The same to you C. Good luck D. See you

Question 17 . A: I’m not sure about this soup. It tastes like something’s missing.

B:_________ It tastes fine to me.

A. You’re right B. Oh, I don’t know

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

Question 18. Paula wishes she __________ more time to spend on reading books.

A. had B. has C. has had D. will have

Question 19. I can’t decide now. I need __________ time to think about it.



  1. most B. few C. many D. a little

Question 20. A: What is he like? B: __________.

A. He is very brave B. He likes reading books

C. Certainly, very good D. All right

Question 21. Your bill __________ before you leave the hotel.

A. should pay B. will pay C. should be paid D. must be paying

Question 22. The application forms __________ before March 5th, 2011.

A. must submit B. must be submitted

C. must have submitted D. must be submitting

Question 23. Ellen: “__________ ?” Tom: “He is tall and thin with blue eyes.”

A. What does John look like B. How is John

C. How is John doing D. Who does John look like

IV. Identify the underlined word or phrase that must be changed to make the sentences correct.

Question 24.The experiment were conducted by Dr. Adams last week was unsuccessful, wasn’t it? A B C D

Question 25. Neil Postman, an author of some great books, pointed out that reading

A B


teaches us to think in a logically connected way, and cultivating a sustained attention span.

C D


Question 26. Reading cannot make your life longer, but reading really makes your life

A B C


more thicker.

D

Question 27. It is really sad how much people have the misconception that reading is boring.



A B C D

Question 28. Have you ever read "Oliver Twist", an interesting novel to write by Charles Dickens? A B C D

Question 29. Read the book careful and you can find the information you need.

A B C D


Question 30. Books are still a cheap way to get informations and entertainment, and you

A B C D


can keep a book forever.

V. Choose one sentence that has the same meaning as the original one.

Question 31. It's time we left for the disco.

A. We may leave for the disco now. B. We needn't leave for the disco now.

C. We should leave for the disco now. D. We must have left for the disco now.

Question 32. My car keys are possibly in the kitchen.

A. My car keys should be put in the kitchen.

B. My car keys cannot be in the kitchen.

C. I do not know whether my car keys are in the kitchen.

D. My car keys might be in the kitchen.

Question 33. You should keep the flowers in a warm sunny place.

A. The flowers should be kept in a warm sunny place.

B. The flowers should keep in a warm sunny place.

C. The flowers in a warm sunny place should be kept.

D. The flowers in a warm sunny place should keep.

Question 34. Somebody might have stolen your car.

A. Somebody might have been stolen your car.

B. Your car might be stolen.

C. Your car might have been stolen by somebody.

D. Your car might have been stolen.

VI. Choose the best answer to complete each sentence.

Question 35. In order to go abroad, __________.

A. a medical report must present B. one must present a medical report

C. a medical report must be presented D. one must be presented a medical report

Question 36. Successful salespeople know their products thoroughly __________ .

A. and understand the needs of the market properly

B. but the needs of the market are understood properly

C. so understanding the needs of the market

D. and the needs of the market understood

Question 37. In many ways, __________ .

A. riding a bicycle is similar to the driving of a car

B. riding a bicycle is similar when you drive a car

C. the riding of a bicycle is similar to when driving a car

D. riding a bicycle is similar to driving a car



VII. Read the following passage and choose the correct answer after each question.

Langston Hughes was one of the greatest American writers of the twentieth century. He was born in Joplin, Missouri, and moved to Cleveland at the age of fourteen. Four years later he went to Mexico and spent one year there before attending Columbia University in New York. For a few years after that he roamed the world as a seaman, visiting ports around the world and writing some poetry. He returned to the United States and attended Lincoln University, where he won the Writer Bynner Prize for undergraduate poetry. After graduating in 1928, he traveled to Spain and to Russia. His best novels include “Not Without Laughter” and “The Big Sea”. He wrote an autobiography in 1956 and also published his collections of poetry then. A man of many talents, Hughes is one of the most accomplished writers in American literature history.

Question 38. Langston Hughes was _____ years old when he went to Mexico.

A. 14 B. 16 C. 20 D. 18

Question 39. When were his collections of poetry published?

A. in 1958 B. in 1956 C. in 1928 D. in 1960

Question 40. Where did he win the Writer Bynner Prize for undergraduate poetry?

A. Columbia University B. Lincoln University C. Spain D. Russia

Question 41. Where was Langston Hughes born?

A. Columbia B. Missouri C. New York D. Cleveland

Question 42. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

A. Langston Hughes used to travel by ship to many ports around the world.

B. Langston Hughes attended Columbia University in New York at fourteen.

C. “The Big Sea” is one of Langston Hughes’ best novels.

D. Langston Hughes had lived in Mexico for a year before he left for New York.

VIII. Read the passage carefully then choose the best answer to complete each blank.

Can you imagine a deaf woman writing stories about a war? Well, Laura Redden Searing did this. Moreover, she went to foreign countries to write stories. She wrote stories in Europe. She wrote poems, too. Her poems were published in many magazines. She wrote enough poems to fill three (43) __________ . Laura was born in Maryland. Her family moved to Missouri when she was very young. She was very (44) __________ when she was 11 years old. Because of this, she lost her hearing. She went to the Missouri School for the Deaf. Laura was 19 years old when she went to work for a newspaper. She wrote about people, places, and art. In 1859, most women were wives and mothers. They did not work outside the (45) __________; otherwise, their husbands would be angry. Due to this feeling, Laura used a man’s name when she wrote her stories. She called herself Howard Glyndon. She thought that (46) __________ she used a man’s name, people would be hostile since they did not think that women should write for newspapers. However, she would have no trouble provided that people did not (47) __________ she was a woman. Over 100 years ago, some Southern states decided to secede from the United States. They (48) __________ to leave the Union. This caused a war called the Civil War. When the Civil War (49) __________, Missouri remained in the Union. Laura began to write about the Union. One of her poems, “Belle Missouri”, became a (50) __________ for the Union soldiers in Missouri. Finally, Laura went to Washington, D.C to write about the war.

Question 43. A. books B. pages C. minutes D. postcards

Question 44. A. quiet B. upset C. active D. ill

Question 45. A. home B. office C. city D. law

Question 46. A. if B. unless C. when D. as if

Question 47. A. forget B. care C. deny D. know

Question 48. A. refused B. failed C. pretended D. voted

Question 49. A. broke out B. broke off C. broke into D. broke on

Question 50. A. mystery B. joke C. song D. target



10. Test of unit 12
I-PHONETICS

A. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others in each line

Question 1. A. consultant B. photographer C. ambitious D. delicate

Question 2. A. miraculous B. eject C. typhoon D. abstract

Question 3. A. criminal B. canoeing C.Character D. vertical

Question 4. A. opponent B. mischievous C. family D. leftovers
B. Choose the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words.
Question 5. A. bats B. speaks C. baths D. nurses

Question 6. A. garage B. shortage C. courage D. luggage

Question 7. A. walked B. explained C. helped D. missed

Question 8. A. church B. children C. chemistry D. chair


II- VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR NOTES

Choose A, B, C or D that best completes the unfinished sentence.

Question 9. If he isn’t Spanish, what ___________is he?

A. nation B. international C. nationality D. national

Question 10. How wide is this street? – “_______________”

A. It’s ten yards wide B. It’s wide ten yards

C. It’s in wide ten yards D. It’s ten yards in wide

Question 11. A water polo cap is used to _____ the players’ head and to identify them.

       A. tie B. penalize  C. protect D. move

Question 12. I have never taken part in any water sports __________ I cannot swim.

A. because B. because of C. due to D. although

Question 13. Many people do not like scuba diving __________.

A. because its danger B. because of it is danger

C. because it is dangerous D. due to it is dangerous

Question 14. What kind of sport one chooses to play mostly depends _________his preference and health.

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

Question 15. In water polo game, only the goalie can hold the ball _______ two hands.

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

Question 16. They are going to __________ the pool to 1.8 meter.

A. deep B. depth C. deepen D. deeply

Question 17. The referee had no hesitation in awarding the visiting team a __________.

A. penalty B. penalize C. penal D. penalization

Question 18. __________ is a sport in which you move along the surface of the sea or a lake on a long narrow board with a sail on it.

A. Water polo B. Diving C. Windsurfing D. Scuba diving

Question 19. I __________ think that scuba diving is more of danger than adventure.

A. person B. personal C. personally D. personalize

Question 20. The referee’s __________ is the most important in any sport competition.

       A. decide  B. decisive  C. decision  D. decider

Question 21. The main task of a defender in a sport game is to __________ the opponents from scoring.

       A. prevent   B. preventing   C. prevention   D. preventable

Question 22. Brenda: “Do you think it will rain? Carol: “Oh!________.”

A. I hope not B. I don’t hope so C. I don’t hope D. It’s hopeless

Question 23. Harry: ‘ Thanks for your help, Judy.’ Judy: ‘________.’

A. With all my heart B. Never remind me

C. It’s my pleasure D. Wish you

Question 24. The more goals the players _______, the more exciting the match became.

A. marked B. made C. scored D. sprinted

Question 25. Ann: Do you think you’ll get the job? Mary:________

A. I know so B. Well, I hope so C. I think not D. Yes, that’s right

Question 26. Hung: ‘ Thank you very much for a lovely party.’ Hoa: ‘________.’

A. You are welcome B. Have a good day C. Thanks D. Cheers

Question 27: Dora: “What’s your name?” Helen: “________”

A. OK. B. Forgive me. C. Really? D. Pardon?

Question 28: We are not used________ on the left.

A. driving B. to driving C. to be driven D. to drive

Question 29: Peter ________ at the moment, so he can’t answer the telephone.

A. works B. worked C. is working D. has worked

Question 30: There are________ planets in the universe that we cannot count them.

A. such B. so many C. so D. so much


III- READING COMPREHENSION
A. Read the following passage. Choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) to complete the passage.

Many people love boats .Going out on the water (31) __________ a warm summer day is a lot of fun. (32) __________, different people like different kinds of boats. Two of the most popular kinds of boats are sailboats and speedboats. Sailboats use the (33) __________ to give them power. They only have small engines. In contrast, speedboats have large engines and go very fast. Furthermore, speedboats are usually not as (34) __________ as sailboats. Speedboats are small so that they can go fast. Sailboats, on the other hand, are big so that they are more comfortable.(35) __________ sailboats can travel into the ocean ,but this would be very dangerous in a speedboat. You can only use most speedboats on rivers and lakes.

Question 31. A. at B. on C. in D. while

Question 32. A. However B. Although C. Because D. Unless

Question 33. A. water B. speeds C. weather D. wind

Question 34. A. small B. fast C. warm D. big

Question 35. A. Unfortunately B. At first C. In addition D. Except for


  1. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

Basketball was invented by James Naismith in 1891. Naismith wanted to make a game that could be played indoors. He remembered a game he used to play in his childhood. He developed that game to make basketball.

Basketball is played on a basketball court. There is a backboard with an iron basket at each end of the court. The basket is 10 feet high. The only other equipment is a basketball.

Naismith made 13 rules to guide the game. There are 5 people on each team .Basketball players must dribble the ball. The goal of this game is to put the ball into the other team’s basket and to earn points. The team with the most points wins the game.

Basketball is now very popular all over the world. America has very good teams in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Question 36. The word “indoors” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to __________ .

A. at the door B. inside a building

C. out of the door D. through the door

Question 37. The word “dribble” in paragraph 3 could be replaced by __________.

A. move B. catch C. stop D. throw

Question 38. The purpose James Naismith invented basketball was __________

A. to remember his childhood.

B. to make a game that could be played indoors.

C. to develop it into a popular game throughout the word.

D. to make 13 rules to guide the game.

Question 39. The author’s main purpose in paragraph 3 is __________

A. to describe how basketball is played.

B. to tell the history of basketball .

C. to teach people how to play basketball .

D. to show how popular basketball is now.

Question 40. All of the following are true about basketball EXCEPT

A. Basketball is enjoyed everywhere in the world.

B. There are 13 rules to follow when playing basketball.

C. The equipment of the basketball game is a court and a basketball.

D. All nations have teams in the National Basketball.

IV- WRITING

A. Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the given one.

Question 41. The gate is closed to stop the children running into the road.

A. The gate is so closed that the children cannot run into the road.

B. The gate is closed so that the children cannot run into the road.

C. The gate is closed for the children not running into the road.

D. The gate is closed so as the children cannot run into the road.

Question 42. Jack has stopped writing letters to Jill.

A. Jack has no longer stopped writing to Jill

B. Jack has never written letters to Jill before.

C. Jack used to write letters to Jill.

D. Jack stopped writing letters when Jill came.

Question 43. They moved to this suburb in 1997.

A. They have lived in this suburb since 1997

B. They lived in this suburb in 1997.

C. They have lived in this suburb before.

D. They have moved to this suburb since 1997.

Question 44. Even though they were late, they didn’t hurry.

A. In spite that they were late, they didn’t hurry.

B. Despite being late, they didn’t hurry.

C. Because of being late, they were in a hurry.

D. They were in a hurry because they were late.

Question 45. The roads were slippery because it snowed heavily.

A. It snowed too heavily to make the roads slippery.

B. The heavy snow prevented the roads from-being slippery.

C. Thanks to the slip of the roads, it snowed heavily.

D. The heavy snow made the roads slippery.




  1. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.

Question 46. The sport become very popular in Europe and by the late 70's there was

A B C

windsurfing fever in Europe with one in every three households having a sailboard.



D

Question 47. The first world championship of windsurfing held in 1973. Windsurfing

A B C

first became an Olympic sport in 1984 for men and 1992 for women.



D

Question 48. These televisions are all too expensive for we to buy at this time.

A B C D

Question 49. After she had bought himself a new car, she sold her bicycle.



A B C D

Question 50. After George had returned to his house, he was reading a book.

A B C D




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