6. I suggest ___________ elderly people with their housework.
A. help B. to help C. helped D. helping
7. Tuan: What is in the box?
Vinh: It ___________ be a clock.
A. should B. shall C. might D. ought
8. Hanh: That’s a beautiful picture, Hoa.
A. It’s my pleasure B. Thanks C. I’d love to D. No, of course not
9. Lan didn’t got good marks ___________ she was very lazy.
A. but B. however C. so D. because
10. What is the name of the boy ___________ won the first frize in the contest?
A. which B. who C. when D. where
III. Read the passage carefully then answer the questions below. (2.5 pts)
Many people still believe that natural resources will never be used up. Actually, the world's energy resources are limited. Nobody knows exactly how much fuel is left. However, we also should use them economically and try to find out alternative sources of power. According to Professor Marvin Burnham of the New England Institude of Technology, we have to start conserving coal, oil and gas and use nuclear power.
However, many people don't agree to use nuclear power because it is very dangerours. What would happen if there were a serious nuclear accident? Radioactivity causes cancers and may badly affect the future generations. The most effective thing we can do now is that we should use natural resources as economically as possible.
1. What do many people still believe?
2. Do we know exactly how much fuel is left?
3. According to Professor Marvin Burnham, what do we have to do?
4. Why do many people disagree to use nuclear power?
5. What is the most effective thing we can do now?
IV. Do as directed at the end of each sentence. (2.5 pts)
1. you / worried / am / that / back / I / come / won’t. (Rearrange the words given to make a meaningful sentence)
Even though spaceships have traveled to the Moon, people cannot visit the Moon without special suits. The Moon has no air or water. Plants and animals can’t live there either. Astronauts first landed on the Moon in 1969. After that, there were six more trips to the Moon. They brought back Moon rocks, which scientists are still studying. There are holes, or craters, all over the Moon’s surface. Scientists believe that meteorites smashed into the Moon millions of years ago and formed the craters.