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  • Chào mừng quý vị đến với Thư viện Đề thi & Kiểm tra.

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    Người gửi: Nguyễn Phương Lan
    Ngày gửi: 05h:00' 16-04-2010
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    Filling the blank
    Exercise 1
    Choose the best one to fill in the space by circling A, B, C or D
    Shopping in Mappstone is a must if you are visiting the area. There (1)________ many shops and services all within walking distance (2)________ the central square. The city is particularly busy during (3)________ summer months of June, July and August when tourists visit Mappstone from all over the (4)________ One of the main streets of the central square - Cedar Avenue - is the most popular shopping area for not (5)________ visitors but residents too. Stores line both sides of the avenue and often (6)________ open late into the evening. Most of the shops in this avenue are small and expensive (7)________ in nearby streets shoppers can find almost anything at more reasonable (8)________ Tourists will find that many of these shops offer and export service and goods (9)________ be posted direct to the buyer`s home country. Shops are usually closed on Mondays but otherwise open from 9 am in the morning (10)________ 8 pm in the evening.
    1- A-is
    2-A- of
    3-A- some
    4-A- earth
    5-A- same
    B- just
    6-A- stay
    B- go
    C- make
    D- put
    7-A- since
    B- so
    C- but
    D- because
    8-A- costs
    B- numbers
    C- values
    D- prices
    9-A- can
    C- might
    D- should
    10-A- with
    B- up
    C- until
    D- for
    Exercise 2
    Choose the best one to fill in the space by circling A, B, C or D
    Water is our life source. It makes up 70 per cent of (1)________ bodies, and the average person actually spends 18 months of his life (2)________ the bath or shower. But •ve are only now learning how to look (3)________ water. Acid rain (4)________ polluted as many as 18,000 lakes and our seas and rivers are polluted with waste products. It is now (5)________ expensive to try to repair the damage which has been done. We have some hope for the future, though, (6)________ new sources of water have been discovered. People (7)________ in the Sahara Desert have (8)________ fish swimming in deep underground streams. Scientists also believe (9)________ is a huge lake underneath London. If we have (10)________ anything from our mistakes, we will try to keep these new areas of water clean.

    1- A- the
    B- their
    C- our
    2- A- in
    B- to
    C- on
    D- at
    3- A- over
    B- on
    C- after
    D- to
    4- A- will
    B- has
    C- would
    D- is
    5- A- very
    B- such
    C- more
    D- much
    6- A- which
    B- because
    C- so
    D- even
    7- A- live
    B- living
    C- to live
    D- lived
    8- A- realized
    B- put
    C- looked
    D- found
    9- A- it
    B- here
    C- that
    D- there
    10- A- taught
    B- practiced
    C- known
    D- learnt

    Exercise 3
    Choose the best one to fill in the space by circling A, B, C or D
    Dear Editor, I went to Newzealand on a student programme last year and I`d like to (1)_______ you about it. It was very (2)_______ when I knew I was going to Newzealand because I had never been there before. I didn`t think about the problems of speaking English (3)_______ I met my host family. At first I couldn`t communicate with them because my English was so bad. All the eight years I (4)_______ been learning wasn`t much use at all, (5)_______ we didn`t have real practice at school. Even though my grammar was good, my pronunciation wasn`t. My problem is pronouncing "I" and "r". For example, Newzealand people often asked "What do you eat in Thailand?" I wanted to tell them that- we eat rice, but they didn`t understand when I said "We eat lice". My host mum helped me a lot by (6} my bad pronunciation. I usually practiced by talking to myself
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