This is the cure : hold your breath and cough at the sam time.
Hold your breath instead of coughing.
To cure a cough, see if you can hold your breath.
I don’t want to discuss this subject at the moment.
I don’t want this subject to discuss at the moment.
I don’t want this subject be discussed at the moment.
I’d rather not discuss this subject at the moment.
I’d rather not to discuss this subject at the moment.
I got the impression that they weren’t enjoying themselves.
They didn’t seem to be enjoying themselves.
They didn’t seem to enjoy themselves.
They seem not to enjoy themselves.
They seemed not to have enjoyed themselves.
You should take a large bag because you might decide to do some shopping.
In case you will decide to do some shopping, you should take a large bag.
In case you do some shopping, you should take a large bag.
Take a large bag unless you decide to do some shopping.
Take a large bag when you decide to do some shopping.
III. Đọc kỹ bài khóa và chọn phương án trả lời đúng. 03X5=1.5
Computerization has changed high school education in many ways. The first is the use of computers as a teaching aid for teachers. The next is the massive data storage and fast data gain from computers. In early 1980s only20% of high school teachers in the US use computers. However, since then high school in the US have computerized rapidly. In 1987, schools acquire about 1.5 million computers with 95% of the schools having at least one computer. At schools, teachers can use a computer to bring texts, sound and pictures into classrooms. With a computer, they can more readily attract and retain students’ attention. Computer can also speed up the teaching process and make difficult-to-explain ideas straightforward. This means that teacher can spend more time answering students’ questions and catering for other needs. Computer software can shorten the learning process by illustrating real –word applications of abstract theories
teachers can spend a lot of time explaining the lessons
teachers can speed up their teaching process
IV. Chọn từ/cụm từ thích hợp (ứng với A hoặc B, C, D) để điền vào chỗ trống trong bài khoá sau, từ câu 51 đến câu 60: 03x10=3
As you turn on the radio for your favorite music programme, do you ever wonder how you can ......(51)... those sounds? How do they travel through the air and ...(52)... your radio exactly as they are sent out? It all began nearly a hundred years ago when a young Italian called Guglielmo Marconi discovered ......(53)...... to send sounds through the air. Marconi was born in Bologna ......(54)......northern Italy, in 1974. His father was a rich Italian businessman, and his mother was a Scot ......(55)...... had lived in Ireland and had gone to Italy to study music. The family lived in a country house just outside Bologna. ......(56)...... he was a boy, people did not think that Marconi was clever. He was a quiet boy who spoke little ......(57)...... thought a lot. He liked to sit and read science books ......(58)...... his father's big library. He also loved to ......(59)...... experiments with electricity. For most of his early life, he was ......(60)...... at home. He did not go to school.