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PHẦN II: VIẾT


Bài 1: Viết các câu sau dùng từ , cụm từ cho sẵn:

Ví dụ: I/ try/ find/ better car/ you



I’ll try to find a better car for you.

1. police / look / murderer / two days

2. what / population / of / Manchester?

3 my sister / in love / best engineer / factory.



  1. car / fast and comfortable / than / motorcycle.

  2. I/ already finish / read / long novel / Arthur Hailey

Bài 2 : Viết lại các câu sau sao cho không đổi nghĩa của câu gốc:

Ví dụ: The door was so heavy that the child couldn’t open it.



The door was too........................

The door was too heavy for the child to open.



  1. It won’t make any difference if it rains because we’ll still go. We’ll still go …………….

  2. We left quietly, so that we wouldn’t disturb the children. So as ………………….

  3. I’m sure he didn’t know that his brother was seriously ill. He couldn’t possibly ………

  4. His second attempt on the world record was successful. He broke …………….

  5. This will be the orchestra’s first performance outside London. This will be the first time ……………

  6. Arthur said he was sorry he had hurt her feelings. Arthur apologized …………….

  7. He remembered, and so did she. He didn’t ………………..

  8. When are the council going to do something about the city’s traffic problems? It’s high time something ………………..


Bài 3: Dịch các câu sau sang tiếng Anh:


  1. Bạn có thể kể tên một số nước nói tiếng Anh như tiếng mẹ đẻ được không ?

  2. Trước kia người ta tưởng rằng nguồn tài nguyên thiên nhiên không thể bị cạn kiệt được.

  3. Khi chọn mua một cuốn sách tiếng Anh bạn phải chú ý sao cho cuốn sách đó phù hợp với trình độ tiếng Anh của bạn.

  4. Ở nhiều quốc gia với cùng một công việc phụ nữ chỉ được hưởng bằng 40 đến 60% mức lương của nam giới.

SESSION SEVEN :

PHẦN I: ĐỌC HIỂU:

Bài 1: Chọn từ thích hợp để điền vào chỗ trống trong câu (mỗi từ chỉ được sử dụng một lần, có từ không được sử dụng ):

SAVINGS LIAR FREEDOM INCONSISTENT CHILDHOOD RIDICULOUS SUCCESSFUL EVENTUALLY PROOF ECONOMICAL THREATEN


1.Although the police suspected him of the crime, since they had no definite ……… that he was involved, they could not arrest him.


2. I spent my……….. in the country.

3. After hours of going from one hotel to another, we…………found one which

was not fully booked.

4. The trouble with Mr. Brown is that he’s so ……… One minute he goes mad when you come late; the next he says nothing. You never know where you are

5. You can’t wear those trousers, Sally. They’re far too tight. You look……. in them.

6. It is much more................. to buy that car.

7. After 15 years in prison John was given his................. .

8. If you ................. me I will simply inform the police



  1. When Bill and Jane retire, they are planning to spend all their.............. on a

Mediterranean holiday.

10. Don’t believe any word Tim says. He is a terrible............. .


Bài 2: Đọc các bài đọc dưới đây và trả lời các câu hỏi kèm theo:


I.

Jack was a young sailor. He lived in England, but he was often away with his ship.

One summer he came back from a long voyage and found new neighbours near his mother’s house. They had a pretty daughter, and Jack soon loved her very much.

He said to her, “ My next voyage will begin in a few days’ time, Gloria. I love you, and I’ll marry you when I come back. I’ll think about you all the time, and I’ll write to you and send you a present from every port.”

Jack’s first port was Freetown in Africa, and he sent Gloria a parrot from there. It spoke five languages.

When Jack’s ship reached Australia, there was a letter from Gloria. It said, “ Thank you for the parrot, Jack. It tasted much better than a chicken.”



Questions :

  1. Where did Gloria live?

  2. Where did Jack send Gloria the parrot from?

  3. Who could speak five languages?

  4. What did Gloria do to the parrot?

II.

SECONDHAND SMOKE

Most people know that cigarette smoking is harmful to their health. Scientific research shows that it causes many kinds of diseases. In fact, many people who smoke get lung cancer. However, Edward Gilson has lung cancer, and he has never smoked cigarettes. He lives with his wife, Evelyn, who has smoked about a pack of cigarettes a day throughout their marriage. The Gilsons have been married for 35 years.

No one knows for sure why Mr. Gilson has lung cancer. Nevertheless, doctors believe that secondhand smoke may cause lung cancer in people who do not smoke. Nonsmokers often breathe in the smoke from other people’s cigarettes. This is secondhand smoke. Edward Wilson has been breathing this type of smoke for 35 years. Now he is dying of lung cancer. However, he is not alone. The US. Environmental Protection Agency reports that about fifty-three thousand people die in the United States each year as a result of exposure to secondhand smoke.

The smoke that comes from a lit cigarette contains many different poisonous chemicals. In the past, scientists did not think that these chemicals could harm a nonsmoker’s health. Recently, though, scientists changed their opinion after they studied a large group of nonsmokers. They discovered that even nonsmokers had unhealthy amounts of these toxic chemicals in their bodies. As a matter of fact, almost all of us breathe tobacco smoke at times, whether we realize it or not. For example, we can not avoid secondhand smoke in restaurants, hotels, and other public places. Even though many public places have nonsmoking areas, smoke flows in from the areas where smoking is permitted.

It is even harder for children to avoid secondhand smoke. In the United States, nine million children under the age of five live in homes with at least one smoker. Research shows that these children are sick more often than children who live in homes where no one smokes. The damaging effects of secondhand smoke on children also continue as they grow up. The children of smokers are more than twice as likely to develop lung cancer when they are adults as children of nonsmokers. The risk is even higher for children who live in homes where both parents smoke.

People are becoming very aware of the danger of secondhand smoke. As a result, they have passed laws that prohibit people from smoking in many public places. Currently, 45 states in the United States have laws that restrict, or limit, smoking. The most well-known law forbids people to smoke on short domestic airline flights, i.e., flights within the country.

After smoking for most of her life, Evelyn Gilson has finally quit. She feels that if more people know about the dangers of secondhand smoke, they will stop, too. Her decision comes too late to help her husband. However, there is still time to protect the health of others, especially children, who live with smokers.

Questions:

1. What may be a reason why Edward Wilson has lung cancer ?

2. What is secondhand smoke ?

3. Why might secondhand smoke harm nonsmokers ?

4. What are some laws that prohibit smoking in certain places ?

5. What is the main idea of this passage ?



Bài 3: Đọc bài đọc dưới đây và tìm một từ thích hợp để điền vào chỗ trống:

HOW TELEVISION WAS INVENTED

Television owes its origins to many inventors. But it was the single-minded determination of an amateur inventor, John Logie Baird, that led (1)____________ the first live television broadcast.

Born in Scotland in 1888 and educated in Glasgow, John Logie Baird earned a living (2)____________ a razor-blade salesman. In the 1890s Guliedmo Marconi showed that sound could (3)____________ sent by radio waves. Baird became convinced that a similar system could transmit a picture. He spent most of (4)____________ spare time working on his ideas in his tiny workshop without (5)____________ commercial support. He (6)____________ to use his (7)____________ earnings to continue his research. In 1924, Baird successfully transmitted the general outline of a figure more (8)____________ 3 metres. He continued to experiment and (9)____________ October 25, 1925 transmitted a recognizable image of a doll. He ran (10)____________ to the office on the ground floor and persuaded one of the office boys to come upstairs. (11)____________ boy became the first living image transmitted by television.

Overnight, Baird became famous and the money (12)____________ he needed to continue his research was at (13)____________ made available. In 1927 he made a transmission from London to Glasgow and in 1928 he made (14)____________ from London to New York. He continued experimenting (15)____________ spent his last years exploring the possibility of colour television.





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