Revision cách nhận biết từ loại: a. Cánh nhận biết danh từ


B. So sánh kép cùng một tính từ / trạng từ



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B. So sánh kép cùng một tính từ / trạng từ:

1. Tăng dần:

a. Tính từ/trạng từ ngắn: S + V + adj/adv + er + and + adj/adv + er

Ex: It is becoming harder and harder to find a job.

b. Tính từ/trạng từ dài S+ V + more and more + adj/adv

Ex: Finding a job is becoming more and more difficult.

2. Giảm dần:

S + V + less and less + adj/adv

Ex: He seems to get less and less attentive



C. So sánh kép khác tính từ / trạng từ:

a. Tính từ/trạng từ ngắn: The + adj/adv + er + S + V…, the + adj/adv + er + S + V…

Ex: The earlier we leave, the sooner we will arrive.

b. Tính từ/trạng từ dài: The more + adj/adv + S + V, the more + adj/adv + S + V

Ex: The more comfortable the hotel is, the more expensive the rents are.

c. Danh từ: The more + N + S + V, the more + N + S + V

Ex: The more books you read, the more knowledge you can get.

The more electricity you use, the higher your bill will be.

Note: - Nhấn mạnh so sánh: dùng a little / a bit / much / far trước so sánh hơn

He is much taller than his brother.



- Chỉ số lần: dùng twice / three times + so sánh bằng

His house is twice as big as my house.



- Tính từ có 2 âm tiết tận cùng bằng “y” được xem là tính từ ngắn: happy (happier / the happiest), lucky, busy

EXERCISE : Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D to complete each sentence.

1. Ms. Jones isn't as nice ................. Ms. Smith.

A. asHotwordStyle=None; B. forHotwordStyle=None; C. likeHotwordStyle=None; D. to

2. The rooms in Graduate Towers are ................ Patterson Hall.

A. larger thanHotwordStyle=None; B. larger than that ofHotwordStyle=None;

C. larger than those inHotwordStyle=None; D. larger than in

3. Although she is very popular, she is not ............. her sister.

A. pretty asHotwordStyle=None; B. as prettyHotwordStyle=None;

C. prettier thanHotwordStyle=None; D. most pretty than

HotwordStyle=None; 4. Tuition at an American university runs …….... six thousand dollars a semester.

A. so high asHotwordStyle=None; B. as high toHotwordStyle=None; C. as high asHotwordStyle=None; D. as high than

5. Everyone looks much ................ today than they did yesterday.

A. happyHotwordStyle=None; B. more happilyHotwordStyle=None; C. happilyHotwordStyle=None; D. happier

6. Mr. Brown receives a ............. salary than anyone else in the company.

A. bigHotwordStyle=None; B. more biggerHotwordStyle=None; C. biggerHotwordStyle=None; D. the bigger

7. The Boeing 747 is twice ................. the Boeing 707.

A. bigger thanHotwordStyle=None; B. as bigger asHotwordStyle=None; C. as big asHotwordStyle=None; D. more bigger than

8. "Do you know that beautiful lady over there?" "Yes, that's Wanida. She's ...................... in her group.

A. more beautiful than any girlHotwordStyle=None; B. more beautiful than any other girlHotwordStyle=None;

C. so beautiful as other girlHotwordStyle=None; D. beautiful more than another girl

9. My young brother grew very quickly and soon he was ........... my mother.

A. more big thanHotwordStyle=None; B. so big thanHotwordStyle=None; C. as big asHotwordStyle=None; D. too big than

10. He is not ……………………tall as his father.

A. the B. as C. than D. more

11. John’s grades are ………………..than his sister’s.

A. higher B. more high C. high D. the highest

12. Deana is the …………………… of the three sisters.

A. most short B. shorter C. shortest D. more short

13. She speaks English as ………………. as her friend does.

A. good B. well C. better D. the best

14. Of the three shirts, this one is the ………………… .

A. prettier B. most prettiest C. prettiest D. most pretty

15. The baby’s illness is ………………… than we thought at first.

A. bad B. worst C. worse D. badly

16. Today is the ………………… day of the month.

A. hot B. hotter C. hottest D. hottest than

17. He works more ………………….. than I.

A. slow B. slowly C. slowest D. most slowly

18. My book is as …………………. as yours.

A. good B. well C. better D. the best

19. I love you ………………….. than I can say.

A. much B. many C. more D. the most

20. It’s ……………… to go by bus than by car.

A. cheaper B. cheapest C the cheapest D cheaper than

1. The more paper we save, ................... preserved.

A. more is wood pulp B. the more wood pulp is

C. wood pulp is D. the much wood pulp is

22. The more polluted air we breathe, ................... we get.

A. the more weaker B. the more weak

C. the weaker D. weaker more
23. The more we study, the ....................... we are.

A. more good B. better C. better than D. good

24. The more I tried my best to help her, ......................... she became.

A. less lazy B. the lazier C. the more lazy D. lazier

25. “What’s your thought of her presence here?”

“The longer she stays, .................I dislike her.”

A. the most B. the very more C. much more D. the more

26. The weather becomes ..........................

A. colder with colder B. colder and colder

C. colder and more cold D. more and more cold

27. The more he slept, ........................ irritable he became.

A. the most B. the very more C. much more D. the more

28. ................. he worked, the more money he earned.

A. The more hard B. The hard C. The harder D. The hardest

29. ................ I get to know Jim, the more I like him.

A. For more B. More C. The more D. The most

30. The competition makes the price of goods .........................

A. most cheap and cheap B. cheaper and cheaper

C. more cheap and more cheap D. cheaper and more cheaper

31. That factory is producing ................... pollution.

A. more and more B. better and better

C. less and least D. more and less

32. The ……..….. I read about history, the ………….. it makes me realize how relevant history is for us today.

A. more / better B. better / better C. more / more D. better / more

33. The less we study, the .................... we are.

A. worse B. bad C. well D. good

34. ................. the match was, the more spectators it attracted.

A. The most interesting B. The best interesting

C. The more interesting D. The interesting

35. The more running water you use, .........................

A. your bill will be higher B. will be higher your bill

C. the higher your bill will be D. the highest your bill will be

36. Earning money has always been the thing that pleases him most. _______ he becomes, _______ he is.

a. The more rich / the more happy b. The richest / the happiest

c. The richer / the happier d. Richer and richer / happier and happier

37. _______ he drank, _______ he became.

a. More / more violent b. The most / the most violent

c. The more / the more violent d. The less / less violent

38. No one in the team can play better than John.

a. John plays well but the others play better.

b. John as well as other players of the team plays very well.

c. Everyone in the team, but John, plays very well.

d. John is the best player of the team.

39. He only feels happy whenever he does not have much work to do.

a. The more he works, the happier he feels. b. The less he works, the happier he feels

c. His work makes him feel happy. d. He feels happier and happier with his work.

40. I learn a lot but I cannot remember anything.

a. I learn more and more and remember more and more. b. The less I learn, the more I remember.

c. The more I learn, the less I remember. d. I remember not only what I have learnt.

41. Peter is _______ John.

a. younger and more intelligent than b. more young and intelligent than

c. more intelligent and younger than d. the more intelligent and younger than

42. The Mekong Delta is _______ deltas in Vietnam.

a. the largest of the two b. the more larger of the two

c. one of the two largest d. one of the two larger

43. The hotel was ................... any one we had stayed at before.

a. more expensive than b. more expensive as

c. most expensive than d. better expensive than

44. The more cars people produce, ................... cheaper they are.

a. the b. the cars have c. the more d. the cars are


45. Is her health getting ........................... and ...........................?

a. bad / bad b. good / good c. worse / worse d. d. more / more

46. ................... we eat, the fatter we become.

a. The much b. The more c. Many d. A lot of

47. The more we study, the ....................... we are.

a. more good b. better c. better than d. good


TEST YOURSELF E
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced from that of the others in each group

  1. A delicate B. celebrate C. private D. communicate

  2. A. justice B. culture C. product D. rule

  3. A. foot B. wood C. flood D. book

  4. A. character B. school C. chew D. characteristics

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

  1. Go ............... this book because it has the information you need.

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

  1. They were often ______ illustrated and always rare and expensive

A. beautifully B. beautify C. beautiful D. beauty

  1. Books that give facts about real events, things or people are called ...............

A. novel B. biography C. romance D. non-fiction

  1. Those books are necessary for your thesis. They are really ...............

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

  1. Anne says that she reads about half ............... hour a day, at least.

A. a B. an C. the D. Þ

  1. My mother ............... a lot of books when she was a child.

A. reading B. uses to reading C. used to read D. used to reading

  1. I will lend you my book ............... I finish reading it.

A. as soon B. when C. if D. where

  1. “Romeo and Juliet” ............... one of Shakespeare’s best books.

A. is considered B. considered C. are considered D. considered

  1. Peter and Paul are very keen ............... books.

A. on read B. in reading C. on reading D. at reading

  1. Up to now, we ............... about two thousand English words.

A. will learn B. learned C. would learn D. have learned

  1. Charles Dickens, ...... books are read all over the world, was not very successful with his career at first.

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

  1. You can take ............... books as you want.

A. as many B. so much C. too many D. as much

  1. You have been reading for four hours. This book ............... be very interesting.

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

  1. “What’s on television tonight?” _ “ ............... “

A. It’s very interesting. B. A documentary at 9.30

C. I’d like to go to the cinema. D. We should buy a TV set.



  1. “............... “ _ “Any time. I mean when I can find free time.”

A. When do you often read books? B. Do you read any books in your free time?

C. What kinds of books do you read? D. How do you like reading books?

20 The faster we walk,………….. we will get there.

A. the soonest B. the soon C. the more soon D. the sooner

21 The flight to Hanoi-------------- because of the bad weather.

A. can postponed B. will be postpone C. can be postponed D. can postpone

22 Mary: “ I’ve got an interview for a job tomorrow.” – Peter: “ ………..”

A. Thank you B. Same to you C. Good luck D. See you

23“ How well you are playing !” ”_________________ “

A. Say it again . I like to hear your words B. Thank you too much

C. Many thanks . That is a nice compliment D. I think so . I am proud of myself

24 In water polo, a player is ……… after committing five personal fouls.

A. ejected B. punished C. criticized D. defeated

25 In 1941, The AAU officially accepted synchronized swimming as a ….. sport for team events.

A. competitive B. competing C. competed D. competitor

26 In water polo, no player except the ……… can hold the ball with both hands.

A. defender B. attacker C. referee D. goalie

27 Many young men prefer scuba- diving to water polo because it is ………….

A. adventure B. adventurous C. adventuring D. adventurer

28 The more I got to know Tom, …….I liked him.

A. least B. the less C. the least D. the few

29 The rooms in the front ……noisier than those in the back.

A. are more B. are littler C. are very D. are much

30 This one is prettier , but costs……………….as the one.

A. as much as B. twice as much C. as many D. twice as many

31 China is the country with……..population.

A. the larger B. the largest C. the more large D. the most large

32 Jason asked me ________me the book the day before.

A. if who gave B. if who has given C. who had given D. that who had given

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

33Although his family was very poor, but he had good education.

A B C D

34Many people think that this novel writing by Ngo Tat To.

A B C D


35The people about who the novelist wrote were factory workers and their families.

A B C D


36You can apply for a better job when you will have had more experience.

A                              B                    C            D



37No one in the class likes James because he is an unfriendly and bored person

A B C D


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

38 This is the book ................

A. which is bought yesterday morning. B. who bought it yesterday morning.

C. I bought yesterday morning. D. that I bought it yesterday morning.

39 Our English lessons are becoming ...............

A. difficult and difficult. B. the more difficult.

C. more difficult and more difficult. D. more and more difficult.

40 I first started learning French ...............

A. since my first holiday in Paris. B. when I went to Paris for a holiday.

C. for my first holiday in Paris. D. in two years in Paris.



Read the passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions

Aquatic sports — sports involving playing in or upon the water — take various forms. The main activities include swimming, synchronized swimming, diving and water polo. Swimming is the act of moving through the water by using the arms, legs, and body in motion. It is an integral part of almost all water-based activities. In synchronized swimming, the players perform beautiful maneuvers to music and diving. Water polo, on the other hand, is a game where two opposing teams play against each other, attempting to throw a buoyant ball into the opponent’s goal.


Underwater activities are less varied, the most popular of which are snorkeling and scuba diving. Snorkeling involves swimming face down just below the water surface while breathing through a slender plastic tube called a snorkel, meanwhile scuba divers carry a big tank of air that allows them to breathe while deep underwater.

Aquatic sports have long been acknowledged as excellent ways to take physical exercise. Furthermore, practicing them is known to produce both psychological and physical benefits which help to improve mood states and reduce the risk of many serious diseases. This explains why aquatic sports have become very popular forms of exercise among people of all ages.

41. According to the passage, almost all kinds of aquatic sports involve …….
A. scoring B. using equipment C. music D. swimming

42 According to the passage, which sport includes playing against an opponent team?


A. snorkeling B. synchronized swimming C. scuba diving D. water polo

43 The word acknowledged in line 12 is nearest in meaning to …….


A. accepted B. known C. described D. explained

44 What can we infer from the passage about aquatic sports?


A. Younger people can play aquatic sports better than older people.
B. Playing aquatic sports costs a lot of money.
C. Underwater activities are less dangerous than swimming.
D. Aquatic sports give people many health benefits.

45 What is the main idea of the passage?


A. Two kinds of aquatic sports B. The popularity of aquatic sports
C .Aquatic sports — kinds and benefits D. Swimming and breathing

Read the following passage and choose the correct word for each of blanks:

The 23rd Southeast Asian Games (also known as the 2005 SEA Games) was a biannual multi-sport event held in the Philippines from November 27, 2005 to December 5, 2005. The games were (46) _____ by 11 countries locating in Southeast Asia.

The first gold (47) ____ of the games was awarded to Singapore on November 25th when the Water Polo team came out unbeaten in the round-robin tournaments, with the Philippine team taking the (48) _____ medal and the Malaysian team taking the bronze.

The Games were also considered both a spectacular event and a valuable chance for athletes to gain competition experience and preparation (49)____ the upcoming Asian Games and Olympic Games. It was purposed created to (50) ___ friendship, solidarity and understanding among neighboring countries in the region.

46 A. participating B. participated C. participation D. to participate

47 A. prize B. award C. medal D. present

48 A. diamond B. metal C. wood D. silver

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

50 A. strong B. strengthen C. strength D. to strengthen
UNIT 14: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

READING

- organization (n.) …………………………………………….



- (be) involved in …………………………………………….

- Red Cross Society = The Red Cross ……………………………………………

- humanitarian (a) …………………………………………….

- dedicate to (v) /‘dedikeit/ ≈ devote to (v) ……………………………………………..

- wounded soldier …………………………………………….

- civilian (n) /sə‘viliən/ ……………………………………………

- prisoner (n) …………………………………………….

- ‘victim(n) …………………………………………..

- di’saster (n) …………………………………………….

- epi’demic (n) ……………………………………………

- ‘famine(n) ………………………………………….



- i’nitiate (v) - initiative (n, a) …………………………………………….

- appall (v) …………………………………………

- appeal (v) …………………………………………

- delegate (n) ………………………………………….

- official (a) ………………………………………….

- convention (n) ……………………………………………

- disaster-stricken …………………………………………….

- federation (n) ……………………………………………

- result in …………………………………………..

- ‘mission (n) …………………………………………….

- headquarter (n) …………………………………………..

- ca’tastrophe (n) ………………………………………….

- tsu’nami (n) ………………………………………….

- hesitation (n) - ‘hesitate (v) …………………………………………

- lay down the rule …………………………………………

- wash away …………………………………………..

- provide s.o with sth …………………………………………..

- provide sth to s.o ……………………………………………

- advocate for …………………………………………….

- disaster-stricken …………………………………………….



- UN = ………………………………………………… ……………………………………….

- UNICEF = …………………………………………… ………………………………………..

- WHO = ……………………………………………… …………………………………………….

- WWF = ………………………………………………. ……………………………………………

- establish (v) = set up = found …………………………………………….

- objective (n) = aim (n) …………………………………………….

- fill in ……………………………………………..

- look up ………………………………………….

- give up …………………………………………….

- put on …………………………………………….

- take off ……………………………………………

- turn on # turn off …………………………………………..

- wash up ……………………………………….

- turn up = arrive …………………………………………..

- go on …………………………………………….

- go off = ………………………………….. …………………………………………….

- look after = ……………………………… ……………………………………………

- try out = ……………………………… ……………………………………………

- take after = …………………………… ……………………………………………

- hold up = ……………………………. …………………………………………….

- get over = ………………………….. ……………………………………………

- turn round …………………………………………….

- lie down ……………………………………………

Task 1 : Read the reading passage again and choose the best answers

1. The League of Red Cross Societies became the International Federation of Red Cross in ---------------

A. 1864 B. 1991 C. 2004 D. 2001

2. What is the Red Cross Federation’s mission?

A. reducing the sufferings of wounded soldiers B. giving medical aid

C. improving the life of vulnerable people D. helping poor people

3. --------------------- countries in the world have national Red Cross societies.

A. 12 B. 186 C. 180 D. 86

4. ----------------- is a situation in which large numbers of people have little or no food, and many of them die.

A. Disaster B. Famine C. Poverty D. Flood

5. The 1923 earthquake in Japan killed about 200,000 people and left countless wounded and homeless.

A. poor B. imprisoned C. suffered D. injured


SPEAKING

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

1 A. clean B. head C. beat D. teacher

2 A. cough   B. though    C. enough    D. rough

3 A. promise B. devise C. surprise D. realise

4 A. events B. spirit C. Asian D. silver

5 A. gold B. region C. organize D. game.

6 A. child B. technology C. chemist D. Christmas

Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.


  1. A. festival B. enthusiast C. podium D. countryman

  2. A. delegation B. energetic C. participant D. competition

EXERCISE

1. Sue: “ I love music” Alice : “……………”

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

2. Maria: “ I’m taking my end term examination tomorrow: Sarah : “………………..”

A. Good luck B. Good day C. good time D. Good chance

3. Hang: “ Thank for your help, Lan:” Lan: “ …………………..”

A. with all my heart B. Never remind me C. It’s my pleasure D. Wish you

4. Ann: “ Do you think it will rain?” Peter : “…………………”

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

5. Ann: “ Do you think you will get the job?” Mary: “………………….”

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

6. David: “ Happy Christmas !” Peter : “…………..”

A. The same to you! B. Happy Christmas to you! C. You are the same ! D. Same for you!

7.A: “…………going on a picnic this weekend ?” B: “ That’s great !”

A. Why don’t we B. Would you like C. How about D. Let’s

8. What an attractive hair style you have got, Mary! - _______

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

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

9. 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

10. How well you are playing! - ________.

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

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

11 .I’m sorry. It’s late. I must go now. - ________________.

A. You are welcome B. Good bye. See you soon

C. Not at all D. Hello

12. What a lovely hat you have! – Thanks. ……………. .

A. that’s OK B. I don’t care C. I’m glad you like it D. certainly

13. A: How’s life? – B: ______

A. Sure B. Not too bad, but very busy

C. Very well, thank you D. Pleased to meet you

14. A: “Thank you for the lovely present.” – B: “______”

A. Go ahead B. Not at all

C. Come on D. I’m pleased you like it

15.A: “Thank you very much” B: …………………….

A. Not at all B. You are well come C. That’s all right D. All are correct




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