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Câu trả lời:

1. Find ONE word only which fits in all THREE sentences.

1.A It is essential that students develop an .........awareness........... of how the internet can be used.

B There was an almost complete lack of .........awareness............ of the issues involved.

C The campaign is to raise public ..........awareness........... of the importance of eating a healthy diet.

3 câu này nằm trong phần ví dụ của từ awareness trong từ điển hết

2. A We expect John to contact me with the details of the plan but as ........YET............. we haven't heard from him.

as yet: cho đến nay

B A change in the law has been agreed but the government have.........YET.......... to announce exactly when it will come into force.

have yet to = have not

C Jack has a good job, and ......YET............... he never seems to have any money.

and yet = however

3. A The new office block has become an expensive ............WHITE.........elephant. What a waste of money!

a white elephant: idiom này search gg đi, đại loại là đắt mà vô dụng

B The government must be whiter than ........WHITE............. to win the support of the people.

whiter than white: trung thực và đứng đắn

C The novel is about her experiences as a black girl in a predominantly........WHITE............. city. ,

4. A The accident could have been much worse; luckily no serious ......HARM.............. was done.

B These revelations will........HARM............. his chances of winning the election next term.

C The treatment they gave him turned out to do him much ...........HARM.......... than good.

3 câu này cũng nằm trong ví dụ của từ "harm" trong từ điển Oxford hết :))

5. A As soon as I receive payment I will........EXPRESS........ the book to you.

express(v) chuyển phát nhanh

B It was your grandfather's........EXPRESS............. wish that you should have his gold watch after he died

express (adj) rõ ràng và công khai

C Words cannot.......EXPRESS.............. how pleased I am when my son wins that prize in the contest.

Câu trả lời:

I.Circle the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest.

1. A. volunteer B. university C. student D. museum

2. A. yesterday B. rhyme C. yellow D. yahoo

3. A. twelve B. two C. twenty D. twinkle

4 . A. wine B. write C. wrong D. shipwreck

5. A. troupe B. group C. troop D. trousers

6. B. cream B. team C. heat D. dreadful

II. Circle the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the other words.

1. A. donation B. understand C. education D. mathematics

2 .A. competitive B. competition C. participate D. remote

3 . A. annual B. spirit C. complete D. sentence

4. A. orphanage B. participate C. vacation D. remote

5. A. total B. complete C. announce D. observe

6. A. believe B. happiness C. area D. comfort

III. Circle the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

1. Bob always dreams...................rich.

A. of being B. in being C. of been D. to being

2. Jack admitted.................. the money.

A. to steal B. stealing C. steal D. to steal

3. I apologized .................. the book at home.

A. to leaving B. leaving C. to leave D. for leaving

4. Diana looked forward ..................... Da Lat again.

A. to visiting B. to visit C. visit D. visiting

5. Would you mind ..................for a moment?

A. wait B. to wait C. waiting D. to waiting

6. He .................. reading books when he has free time.

A. enjoys B. wants C. would like D. hopes

7. Could you stop .......................so much noise?

A. to do B. making C. to make D. doing

8..................... their work, they went home.

A. Finished B. Finishing C.Had finished D. Having finished

9. ..............the door, he turned on the lights.

A. Opening B. Opened C. Having opened D. Having open

10. The judges will observe and……….your performance.

A. mark B. score C. write D. award

11. The competition’s aim is to…………the spirit of learning English among.

A. grow B. present C. offer D. stimulate

12. The English competition was………..by the Students’ Parents Society

A. sponsored B.made C. created D.supposed

13. Nam was the winner and he was…………..a set of CDs for studying English.

A. responded B. welcomed C. announced D. awarded

14…………of the committee, I’d like to thank you for your generous donation.

A.According B. On behalf C. In addition D. Together

15. His aim is to…………up a new company

A. Strike B. set C. show D. stand

16. Volunteers spend time reading books to the ………..in the homes for the old.

A. aging B. aged C. ages D. age

17. Your volunteers go and work in the home of…………..

A. B & D are correct B. old and sick people C. old and sick D. the old and the sick

18. People who live in………areas need the help from the government.

A. Populous B. remote C. crowded D. wealthy

19. Lan: What kind of volunteer work are you taking part ____?

Hoa: I am helping people in mountainous areas.

A. in B. of C. at D. for

20. David: _______the General Knowledge Quiz?

Daisy: Oh, it’s great. It’s an opportunity to test my general knowledge.

A. Where do you think of B. Where do you think of

C. What do you think of D. All are correct

21. Mai: _____ do you support charities?

Hung: Sometimes.

A. Where B. Why C. When D. How often

22. A: What kind of volunteer work are you participating in?

B: We are helping people in mountainous areas to…………..

A. read and write B. play games C. doing shopping D. cook meals

23. A: What do you think of the English Speaking Competition?

B :………….,it’s a good time to practise my English.

A. Yes, please B. Oh, it’s boring C. In my opinion D. You are welcome

24. Minh: “Thanks a lot.”

Tom: “_____________”

A. Oh, that's too bad. B. Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. C. Of course. D. Don't mention it.

IV. Mark the letter A, , C or D to indicate the CLOSEST word in meaning to the underlined word in the following sentence.

1. The handicapped are in need of help from the community.

A. disabled B. wicked C. sacred D. beloved

2. The competition was aimed to stimulate the learning spirit among students .

A. announce B. encourage C. represent D. enjoy

3. All students can take part in the annual English-speaking Competition.

A. happening once a year B. happening once a term

C. happening once a month D. happening once every six months

V. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in the following question.

1. He advised me to not buy a new computer because it was not necessary

A. to not=>NOT TO B. because C. was D. not necessary

2. All the students are looking forward to go to the stadium to watch the football match.

A. forward to go=>TO GOING B. are C. to D. to watch

3. Joyce thanked us inviting them to dinner and said that they wanted to have us over for dinner the next week.

A. us FOR inviting B. to dinner C. said D. us over

4. You can congratulate yourself about having done an excellent job.

A. about=>ON B. yourself C.congratulate D. having done

5. Let me know if you are interested to take part in the Sculpture Competition.

A. to take=>TAKING B. know if C. in D. Sculpture

6. Peter apologized for break the vase.

A. break=>BREAKING B. apologized C. for D. the vase

7. She smelt something burning and saw smoke rise.

A. smelt B. burning C.rise=>rising D. saw smoke

8. Walking briskly for 30 minutes or to run for 15 minutes will burn an approximately equal number of calories.

A. to run=>RUNNING B. Walking C. will burn D. approximately

9. So far this term, the students in writing class have learned how to write their statements, organize their material, and summarizing their conclusion.

A. organize B. to write C. have learned D. summarizing=>SUMMARIZE

10. Each nation has many people who voluntary take care of others.

A. voluntary take=>VOLUNTARILY B. each C. has D. others

VI. Complete each of the sentences with the correct form of the word in brackets .

1. Each year many people………VOLUNTARILY.............take care of the old and the disabled ( volunteer )

2. Nam was the winner and he was………AWARDED…...a set of CDs for studying English. ( award)

3. In activity 5, Hung had difficulty.........RECITING................ the poem, he could not remember the last sentence. (recite)

4. After retiring, my aunt works as a volunteer for the local (orphan) .........ORPHANAGE............

5.You are under no obligation to help as assistance is purely ..........VOLUNTARY..................(volunteer )

6.My brother and his friends spend hours a week helping (advantage) .......DISADVANTAGED....................or handicapped children in the city.

II.Use the suggestions to rewrite the given sentences without changing the meanings

1. He couldn’t come to the school on time because of the heavy rain.

The heavy rain prevented him from coming to the school on time

2. The boy finished his homework and then went to play football.

Having finished his homework , The boy went to play football.

3. “Why didn’t you come to my birthday party yesterday, Hoa ?” Hung asked.

Hung asked Hoa why she hadn't come to his birthday party the previous day

4.“ You didn’t learn the old lesson so you got bad mark,” the teacher said to the boy.

The teacher accused the boy of not having learned the old lesson

5. “You broke the vase, Mary” the woman said.

The woman accused Mary of having broken the vase

6. “I hear you passed your exams. Congratulations! ” Peter said to me.

Peter congratulated me on passing my exams

7. “ I can’permit you use my car.” His father said to him .

His father prevented him from using his car

8. “ I hear you won the championship. Congratulations”.

Mary congratulated me on winning the championship

9. Jane said to Bill, “When do you expect to finish your assignment?"

Jane asked Bill when he expected to finish his assignment

10.“Where did you go last night, Nam?”, said Hoa

Hoa asked Nam where he had gone the night before

11. “Turn off the computer. You are not allowed to play the game now,” Dick’s mother said

Dick’s mother prevented him from playing the game them

*Read the passage, then choose the best answer

Completing a marathon is considered very difficult, many coaches believe that it is possible for anyone who is willing to put in the time and effort. Obviously, most participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their specific age group and gender. Another very important goal is to break certain time barriers. For example, ambitious recreational first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours; more competitive runners will attempt to run under 3 hours. Many runners then prefer to finish for example in 3:29:59, which makes them " sub-3:30h marathoners ", instead of 3:30:01.

For most runners, the marathon is the longest run they have ever attempted. Many coaches believe that the most important element in marathon training is the long run. Recreational runners commonly try to reach a maximum of about 20 miles in their longest weekly run and about 40 miles a week in total when training for the marathon. More experienced marathoners may run a longer distance. During marathon training, adequate recovery time is crucial. If fatigue or pain is felt, it is recommended to take a kreak for a couple of days or more to let the body heal. Overtraining is a condition that results from not getting enough rest to allow the body to recover from difficult training. It can actually result in a lower endurance and speed and place a runner at a greater risk of injury.

1. Marathon completion is ______________ .

A. impossible B. easy C. not very difficult D. very difficult

2. One of the important goals in a marathon competition is __________ .

A. breaking time barriers B. age

C. gender D. reaching the finish

3. In marathon training, the most important is ____________ .

A. the age B. the coaches' belief

C. the long run D. the recreation

4. If the marathon runner feels tired or has a pain, _________.

A. he should continue the training B. he should quit running forever

C. it is time for him to stop his training D. he should take a break for several days

5. Overtraining may lead to _________ .

A. good results B. long endurance C. injury D. recovery

D

A

C

D

C

III. Read the passage and do the tasks that follow

1. A beauty contest is a competition based mainly, though not always entirely , on the physical beauty of its contestants. But it doesn’t involve of their personalities , and questions they answer and how they answer them . Almost invariably, competitions for men and women are separate events, and those for men are not referred to as beauty contests . Beauty contests for women are more common , and winners are called beauty queens. Beauty contests for men , like Mr. Universe, are more likely to be “body building” contests quite unlike the traditional “beauty contests” in which women are judged upon many attributes both physical and otherwise . However, in the 1990s, male “beauty contests” began to shift focus. Instead of only considering muscle mass, the competitions began to judge the natural physical attributes of the contestants as well as their physiques. These include Mr. World and Manhunt International.

* a. Decide whether the statements are T (true) or F (false)

1. All beauty contests are based on the beauty of contestants F (false)

2. There are “beauty contests” for men T (true)

b. Answer the questions

1. What is a beauty contest based mainly on ? A beauty contest is a based mainly on the physical beauty of its contestants

2. What do we call the women who win in the beauty contests ? we call the women who win in the beauty contests beauty queens

3. When did the male “beauty contests” begin to shift focus ? the male “beauty contests” began to shift focus in the 1990s

IV. Read the passage and fill in each blank with a suitable word.

The London Marathon is one of the best known long distance races in the world. Some of the (1)..............most..............famous long – distance runners have completed in it. But (2)..............what.............makes it different from many other great sporting events is (3) ...... the.................fact that ordinary people can (4)......................take .........part along side international stars.

The race was the idea of Chris Brasher, a former Olympic athlete . In 1979, friends told him about the New York Marathon, during (5)..........which..............the runners are encouraged to carry (6)...........on...............to the end of the course by the enthusiastic shouts of the spectators. He flew to the USA to run in the race (7)................and............was so impressed by (8)................it..............that he decided to organize a similar event in Britain. Many problems (9)...........had............to be overcome before the first London Marathon took place in 1981. Chris Brasher still takes a keen interest in the event, even though he is no (10) ...........longer............ organizer.

1- most 2- what 3- the 4 – take 5- which 6- on 7- and 8- it 9- had/ needed/ were 10 -longer