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1.The boys stood on the desks . They wanted to get a better view. (so that)

 

2. We learn English. We want to have better communication with other people.(in order that)

 

3.We should do morning exercises so as to improve our health.( so that)

 

4.He hurried to the station so as not to miss the train.(in order that)

 

5.I came to this school so that I could learn English . (in order to)

 

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D. Despite the intention of learning Italian, I went to Italy
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D. The children always find nature programs on TV fascinating
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3 Last month, my English class went on a field trip to one of the most ancient villages in VietNam: Bat Trang. That day all of us got (1) ________ very early (2) ________ we could arrive at the village early in the morning. When we got there, we were all astonished by a variety of ceramic products, most of which are for ordinary use such as bow, cup, plates and pot. (3) ________ there were up to twenty members in our class, we decided not to join the buffalo tour. Instead, we took a walk for sightseeing and shopping around. (4) ________ we had visited some of the ceramic stores along the road in the village, our teacher took us to Bat Trang Porcelain and Pottery Market. This was the most Interesting part of our trip. The local people instructed us to make pottery products by themselves and introduced the tradition of the village. We were told that pottery-making skills were (5) ________ from generation to generation in the village. (6) ________ we left, the locals gave us small ceramic key chains as souvenirs. We really looked (7) ________ another trip to Bat Trang.

A. so

B. so that

C. since

D. though

4.Last month, my English class went on a field trip to one of the most ancient villages in VietNam: Bat Trang. That day all of us got (1) ________ very early (2) ________ we could arrive at the village early in the morning. When we got there, we were all astonished by a variety of ceramic products, most of which are for ordinary use such as bow, cup, plates and pot. (3) ________ there were up to twenty members in our class, we decided not to join the buffalo tour. Instead, we took a walk for sightseeing and shopping around. (4) ________ we had visited some of the ceramic stores along the road in the village, our teacher took us to Bat Trang Porcelain and Pottery Market. This was the most Interesting part of our trip. The local people instructed us to make pottery products by themselves and introduced the tradition of the village. We were told that pottery-making skills were (5) ________ from generation to generation in the village. (6) ________ we left, the locals gave us small ceramic key chains as souvenirs. We really looked (7) ________ another trip to Bat Trang.

A. After

B. Because

C. At last

D. While

5.Last month, my English class went on a field trip to one of the most ancient villages in VietNam: Bat Trang. That day all of us got (1) ________ very early (2) ________ we could arrive at the village early in the morning. When we got there, we were all astonished by a variety of ceramic products, most of which are for ordinary use such as bow, cup, plates and pot. (3) ________ there were up to twenty members in our class, we decided not to join the buffalo tour. Instead, we took a walk for sightseeing and shopping around. (4) ________ we had visited some of the ceramic stores along the road in the village, our teacher took us to Bat Trang Porcelain and Pottery Market. This was the most Interesting part of our trip. The local people instructed us to make pottery products by themselves and introduced the tradition of the village. We were told that pottery-making skills were (5) ________ from generation to generation in the village. (6) ________ we left, the locals gave us small ceramic key chains as souvenirs. We really looked (7) ________ another trip to Bat Trang.

A. turned down

B. went in for

C. passed down

D. brought out

6. Last month, my English class went on a field trip to one of the most ancient villages in VietNam: Bat Trang. That day all of us got (1) ________ very early (2) ________ we could arrive at the village early in the morning. When we got there, we were all astonished by a variety of ceramic products, most of which are for ordinary use such as bow, cup, plates and pot. (3) ________ there were up to twenty members in our class, we decided not to join the buffalo tour. Instead, we took a walk for sightseeing and shopping around. (4) ________ we had visited some of the ceramic stores along the road in the village, our teacher took us to Bat Trang Porcelain and Pottery Market. This was the most Interesting part of our trip. The local people instructed us to make pottery products by themselves and introduced the tradition of the village. We were told that pottery-making skills were (5) ________ from generation to generation in the village. (6) ________ we left, the locals gave us small ceramic key chains as souvenirs. We really looked (7) ________ another trip to Bat Trang.

A. After

B. Before

C. At last

D. While

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A. up to

B. down on

C. forward to

D. forward on

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Read the following article about how to be environmentally friendly and decide in which paragraph (A - E) the following are mentioned. Write your answer (A, B, C, D, or E). Write one letter for each answer. The paragraphs may be chosen more than once.

A. FAIR TRADE

Farmers in developing countries are some of the most vulnerable people on earth, prey to world commodity markets, middlemen and the weather. So-called “fair trade” arrangements guarantee co-operative groups a price above the world market and a bonus on top. The growing fair-trade market has distributed hundreds of millions of pounds to more than 50 million people worldwide. But critics say that fair trade will never lift a country out of poverty; indeed, it may keep it there, because the money generated from the sale goes almost in its entirety to rich countries which promote the products. As a simple guide, only about 5% of the sale price of a fair-trade chocolate bar may actually go to a poor country.

B. ORGANIC FOOD

For food to be organic it must be free of added chemicals, both in the growing of the food and in the killing of the pests that might damage the crop. In a world where many manufactured chemicals have never been properly tested for safety, this is a very big selling point. Parents are thus prepared to pay a premium for organic food, especially when chemicals suspected of causing a variety of problems have been found, albeit in tiny quantities, in most children’s blood. The problem is that many farmers have not switched to organic in sufficient numbers to satisfy this growing market. As a result, supermarkets are often forced to fly vegetables as they can label “organic” halfway around the world, at a great cost to the planet in extra greenhouse gases. Environmentalists are now urging shoppers to buy locally produced vegetables, even if they are not organic and have been sprayed with pesticides.

C. RECYCLING

A great shift has taken place in the way we think about rubbish. Where once we were happy to bury it in landfills or dump it at sea, we are now being urged by national and local governments to recycle it and think of waste as a resource. The wheelie-bin culture is being replaced by a series of kerbside collections for paper, metals, plastic, bottles, clothes and compost. The idea is to cut landfill as well as saving the planet. It is, however, having some unexpected consequences. Most of Britain's plastic and paper is now being sent for recycling in China or India, which creates more greenhouse gases just to get it there, plus workers then have to separate it. Meanwhile, some paper and bottles carefully sorted out by householders end up being dumped in landfills after all, because the demand for recycled materials constantly fluctuates.

D. BEING CARBON NEUTRAL

If you want to make yourself feel better about the planet, there are lots for you to ease your conscience by becoming “carbon neutral”. One of the most appealing methods is to pay for someone to plant trees, preferably creating or regenerating new forests. The theory is that trees grow by absorbing carbon dioxide and giving out oxygen storing the carbon in their trunks. But woods and forests create their own mini-climate, which collects and stores water and creates rainclouds. Added to this, there is the potential problem that planting trees often releases carbon stored in the soil – and what happens if the forests catch fire, or are chopped down and harvested for timber? Another and perhaps better solution might be to invest in small-scale hydro-electric schemes, so that people who live in the Himalayas, for example, and currently do not have electricity, can develop a 21st-century lifestyle without polluting the planet.

E. ECO-TOURISM

The idea of “green” tourism is to persuade local people not to chop down forests, shoot elephants or wipe out tigers, but to preserve them so rich tourists visit and peer at the wildlife through binoculars. Unfortunately, the best money is made from reintroducing animals for trophy hunting by the very rich- an idea which does not always meet with approval and has caused much debate. While tourists may help sustain some national parks, they often create as many problems as they solve. One is that they tend to demand all mod cons in their hotels, such as a great deal of water for showers; a luxury sometimes not available for locals. Eco-tourism, when properly managed, can offer the locals and the animals a brighter future. Sometimes, though, the only winners are a few business people who own hotels.

 

In which section is the following mentioned?

a controversial pastime that rises considerable money?Question 1. ______ 
an action that creates a different weather patternQuestion 2. ______ 

an undesirable result of unnecessary global transportation

(NB. You must provide two different option)
Question 3. ______Question 4. _____
inadequate research into harmful substances Question 5. ______ 
a continual change in what is required or neededQuestion 6. ______ 
people at the greatest risk from factors beyond their controlQuestion 7. ______ 
a far-reaching change in official attitudeQuestion 8. ______ 

a benefit for those the scheme was not originally intended for

(NB. You must provide two different option)
Question 9. ______Question 10. _____
the bringing of a source of energy to remote areasQuestion 11. _____ 
a failure to adapt in order to meet increasing demandsQuestion 12. _____ 

 

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Last month, my English class went on a field trip to one of the most ancient villages in VietNam: Bat Trang. That day all of us got (1) ________ very early (2) ________ we could arrive at the village early in the morning. When we got there, we were all astonished by a variety of ceramic products, most of which are for ordinary use such as bow, cup, plates and pot. (3) ________ there were up to twenty members in our class, we decided not to join the buffalo tour. Instead, we took a walk for sightseeing and shopping around. (4) ________ we had visited some of the ceramic stores along the road in the village, our teacher took us to Bat Trang Porcelain and Pottery Market. This was the most Interesting part of our trip. The local people instructed us to make pottery products by themselves and introduced the tradition of the village. We were told that pottery-making skills were (5) ________ from generation to generation in the village. (6) ________ we left, the locals gave us small ceramic key chains as souvenirs. We really looked (7) ________ another trip to Bat Trang.

A. up

B. down

C. on

D. off

2. Last month, my English class went on a field trip to one of the most ancient villages in VietNam: Bat Trang. That day all of us got (1) ________ very early (2) ________ we could arrive at the village early in the morning. When we got there, we were all astonished by a variety of ceramic products, most of which are for ordinary use such as bow, cup, plates and pot. (3) ________ there were up to twenty members in our class, we decided not to join the buffalo tour. Instead, we took a walk for sightseeing and shopping around. (4) ________ we had visited some of the ceramic stores along the road in the village, our teacher took us to Bat Trang Porcelain and Pottery Market. This was the most Interesting part of our trip. The local people instructed us to make pottery products by themselves and introduced the tradition of the village. We were told that pottery-making skills were (5) ________ from generation to generation in the village. (6) ________ we left, the locals gave us small ceramic key chains as souvenirs. We really looked (7) ________ another trip to Bat Trang.

A. so

B. so that

C. since

D. though

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