Akashi Seijuro

EXERCISES

Make questions for the underlined words or phrases

1. She went to school by bus yesterday

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 2. He bought this hat at the shop over there.

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 3. It took me three hours to finish my hmoework.

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 4. I need a phone card to phone my parents.

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 5. It’s about 500 km from Lai Chau to Ha Noi.

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6. I saw her last night.

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7. Her neighbor gave her a nice dress.

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8. They returned to America two weeks ago.

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9. Mrs. Robinson bought a poster.

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10. My father was in Ha Noi last month.

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11. He traveled to Nha Trang by train.

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12. She went to the doctor because she was sick.

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13. Nam left home at 7 o’clock yesterday.

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14. He taught English in the high school.

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15. The homework was very difficult yesterday.

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16. There are many roses in the garden.

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17. Liz will send these letters to her friends.

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18. My favorite subject is Math.

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19.  I go to the movie once a week.

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20. Yes, he is. (He is good at drawing)

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21. Jonh went to Viet Nam in 2000.

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22. My mother is cooking in the kitchen at the moment.

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23. Yes, She does (Lan likes playing table tennis.)

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24. It is very hot in summer.

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25. My father is 60 kilos.

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26. They stay in a hotel.

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27. This ruler is 30 centimeters

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28. That is her pen

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29. It takes him 20 minutes to go to school by bike

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30. My phone number is 0912……….

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Polar Bears

 

 

Polar bears are in danger of dying out. (31)_____ some other endangered animals, it's not hunters that

 

are the problem, it's climate change. Since 1979, the ice cap at the Arctic Circle where the polar bears live has (32)_____ in size by about 30 per cent. The temperature in the Arctic has slowly been (33)_____ and this is causing the sea ice to melt, endangering the polar bears' home.

 

The polar bears' main (34)_____ of food are the different types of seal found in the Arctic. They catch

 

them by waiting next to the air holes the seals have (35)_____ in the ice. (36)_____ the bears are very

 

strong swimmers, they could never catch seals in the water. This means that the bears (37)_____ do rely

 

on the ice to hunt.

 

Polar bears also need sea ice to travel. They can cover a huge territory and often swim from one part of the ice to another. They have been (38)_____ to swim up to 100km, but when there is less ice, they may

 

have to swim further and this can (39)_____ fatal to the bears. A number of bears have drowned in the

 

last few years and scientists believe that it is because they were not able to (40)_____ more sea ice before

 

they became too tired and couldn’t swim any further.

 

 

Question 31: A. Opposite

B. Compared

C. Unlike

D. Different

Question 32: A. cut

B. reduced

C. shortened

D. lost

Question 33: A. lifting

B. gaining

C. advancing

D. rising

Question 34: A. sources

B. means

C. origins

D. materials

Question 35: A. placed

B. set

C. brought

D. made

Question 36: A. Even

B. Although

C. As

D. Despite

Question 37: A. really

B. properly

C. surely

D. fully

 


 

Question 38: A. learnt

B. noticed

C. known

D. experienced

Question 39: A. prove

B. happen

C. come

D. end

Question 40: A. achieve

B. land

C. get

D. reach

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đề bài???

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No choice teen
Vài giây trước

Gọi 1 số là x (x∈N), suy ra số còn lại là 2022-x

Tích 2 số = 2021, nên pt \(x\left(2022-x\right)=2021\)

giải pt :.... tự làm

 

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Từ ghép: nhỏ nhẹ, tười cười, lành mạnh, chao đảo, lành lặn.
Từ láy: trắng trợn, tươi tắn, lảo đảo, ngang ngược, trống trải.

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Bài 1

1 I am having a party

2 Please let me know

3 love

4 Hi

5 Hope you can come

Bài 2

Gracie's party: 8.30 p.m, Gracie's house , birthday , music

Blake's party: Fri 16th June, 4 o'clock in the afternoon, Village Hall, The end of exams

Bài 3

2 Can you Reply by phone, please

3 Can you wear fancy dress, please

4 Can you bring some food and drink?

 

 

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Often mistaken for common swallows, swifts are one of the most amazing species of birds in the sky. The resemblance between swifts and swallows is due to their similar lifestyles, which are both based on catching insects in flight. Concerning their appearance, there's not much to say about either species – they have long pointed wings, chunky bodies and are gray, brown or black in color. However, one feature which differentiates these wonderful birds is their tiny feet, which are so weak that they are hardly ever used. Their scientific name, Apodidae, originates from ancient Greek and means "without feet". In fact, a swift which lands on flat ground may not be able to get back into the air.

 

What makes swifts so incredible is their flying skill. Larger species of swifts are among the fastest fliers in the animal kingdom, reaching a speed of up to 160 km/h, and in a year, even the common swift can cover at least 200,000 km. What's more, they eat, drink and sleep on the wing, traveling across continents in search of warmer weather. A young swift may spend the first three years of its life in constant flight before it breeds.

Swifts' numbers are dwindling so they are fully protected by international law. As they always return to their nests, care must be taken not to destroy the wall or porch where nests may have been built. There is very good reason why these birds are so well loved. They do no harm and

 

 

make little or no mess,feeding on pesky insects such as mosquitoes and flies. But above all, they treat us to dramatic air shows through the spring and summer.

 

Question 11: What distinguishes swifts from swallows?

A. Swifts feed on insects.                                 B. Swifts have very small feet.

C. Swifts sometimes land on the ground.       D. Swifts catch their food while flying.

 

Question 12: What do we learn about swifts?

A. They prefer to live in warm climates.

B. There is no faster species than the swift.

C. They do not eat or drink while flying.

D. They can fly up to 200,000 km in their lifetime.

 

Question 13: In the first sentence of the third paragraph, what does dwindling mean?

A. spreading                B. defending                 C. decreasing              D. wasting

 

Question 14: What does the writer tell us about the birds’ nests?

A. They are often destroyed.                           B. They are used more than once.

C. They are protected by law.                          D. They are full of insects.

 

Question 15: Which of the following statements best expresses the main idea of the passage? A. Swifts and swallows have many similarities.

B. Swifts are becoming extinct all over the world.

C. Swifts are admirable and deserve protection.

D. Swifts are harmful but beautiful.

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Question 11: What distinguishes swifts from swallows?

A. Swifts feed on insects.                                 B. Swifts have very small feet.

C. Swifts sometimes land on the ground.       D. Swifts catch their food while flying.

Question 12: What do we learn about swifts?

A. They prefer to live in warm climates.

B. There is no faster species than the swift.

C. They do not eat or drink while flying.

D. They can fly up to 200,000 km in their lifetime.

Question 13: In the first sentence of the third paragraph, what does dwindling mean?

A. spreading                B. defending                 C. decreasing              D. wasting

Question 14: What does the writer tell us about the birds’ nests?

A. They are often destroyed.                           B. They are used more than once.

C. They are protected by law.                          D. They are full of insects.

Question 15: Which of the following statements best expresses the main idea of the passage?

A. Swifts and swallows have many similarities.

B. Swifts are becoming extinct all over the world.

C. Swifts are admirable and deserve protection.

D. Swifts are harmful but beautiful.

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Question 11: What distinguishes swifts from swallows?

A. Swifts feed on insects.                       

B. Swifts have very small feet.

C. Swifts sometimes land on the ground.      

D. Swifts catch their food while flying.

Question 12: What do we learn about swifts?

A. They prefer to live in warm climates.

B. There is no faster species than the swift.

C. They do not eat or drink while flying.

D. They can fly up to 200,000 km in their lifetime.

Question 13: In the first sentence of the third paragraph, what does dwindling mean?

A. spreading                B. defending                

C. decreasing              D. wasting

Question 14: What does the writer tell us about the birds’ nests?

A. They are often destroyed.                           B. They are used more than once.

C. They are protected by law.                          D. They are full of insects.

Question 15: Which of the following statements best expresses the main idea of the passage?

A. Swifts and swallows have many similarities.

B. Swifts are becoming extinct all over the world.

C. Swifts are admirable and deserve protection.

D. Swifts are harmful but beautiful.

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