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TRUNG VUONG HIGHSCHOOL
ENGLISH GROUP
--------

NGÂN HÀNG
BÀI TẬP
TIẾNG ANH
LỚP 11






Full name: …………………………………………
Class:………………………………………..
Schoolyear: ………………….



UNIT 1: FRIENDSHIP
Từ vựng: những từ liên quan về mô tả ngoại hình, tính cách, phẩm chất một người bạn.
Ngữ pháp: infinitive with TO and infinitive without TO

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.
1. A. cheese B. children C. chemical D. teacher
2. A. changeable B. mutual C. charming D.characteristic
3. A. guitarist B. passenger C. generosity D. village
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress rest in each of the following questions.
4. A. loyalty B. constancy C. acquaintance D. confidence
5. A. unselfish B. sympathy C. quality D. principle
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlines part that needs correction.
6. Despite many changes in his life, he remained loyal with his working principles.
A B C D
7. I'm delighted hearing that you have made much progress in your study.
A B C D
8. I couldn't make my car to start this morning.
A B C D
9. We are happy knowing that you have won a scholarship to study abroad.
A B C D
10. A friend can help you solve problems and to share the grief times along with the great times.
A B C D
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
11. My friend often shows her ______ whenever I have troubles.
A. sympathy B. sympathize C. sympathetic D. sympathetically
12. Daisy is so ______. She only cares about herself, not about other people.
A. helpful B. selfish C. loyal D. talkative
13. My close friend is often concerned ________ all problems that I mention.
A. over B. above C. into D. with
14. Let's _________ an English song.
A. singing B. sing C. to sing D. sang
15. The children seem to be totally capable _________ working by themselves.
A. in B. with C. of D. for
16. _______ is the quality of being faithful and loyal to a particular person or belief.
A. Acquaintance B. Constancy C. Sympathy D. Sorrow
17. Your friendship should be based on __________ trust.
A. basic B. fragile C. blind D. mutual
18. We expect him ______________ tomorrow.
A. arrive B. arriving C. to arrive D. will arrive
19. Don't forget __________ the letter I gave you.
A. to post B. posting C. post D. posted
20. These employees are made ______ overtime.
A. to work B. work C. working D. worked
21. The President expressed his deep sorrow over the bombing deaths.
A. sadness B. anxiety C. disappointment D. interest
22. You'd better ____________ an umbrella.
A. taking B. to take C. take D. to be taken
23. He made me __________it all over again.
A. done B. doing C. to do D. do
24. Would you like __________to my birthday party?
A. coming B. to come C. came D. come
25. The teacher never lets us ______ out when ______.
A. go / explains B. go / explaining C. to go / to explain D. gone / explained
26. He does not know much about the project but he is very ______.
A. enthusiastic B. enthusiast C. enthusiasm D. enthusiastically
27. She is not determined and often changes her ideas. What a/an ______ girl she is!
A. uncertain B. mutual C. suspicious D. changeable
28. Although we are classmate, I do not have a ______ relationship with him.
A. aimless B. unselfish C. special D. constant
29. Friendship offers us great _______ in life.
A. please B. pleasant C. pleased D. pleasure
30. She felt an ______ to him when they first met each other.
A. aim B. attraction C. interest D. enthusiasm
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
31.  Jack: "Let's chat online". – Rick: "_____________."
A. Not at all          B. thank you           C. good luck         D. good idea
32. "_________?" "He is tall and thin"
A. What is Jack like    B. How is Jack C. Is Jack short     D. What's Jack
33. "Shall we have a drink when you finish your talk?" - "____________."
A. No, you can't B. All right C. You're welcome D. You needn't do that
34. "What is your father?" "He is ____________."
A. tall          B. in his office        C. a doctor          D. going swimming
35. David: "I'll go fishing this weekend." - Bob: "_________."
A. Can't you fish?                      B. That's very kind of you
C. What about more fish?                D. Have a good time
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
To many people, their friends are the most important in their life. Really good friends always ____(36)____ joys and sorrows with you and never turn their backs on you. Your best friend may be someone you have known all your life or someone you have grown____(37)______with.
There are all sorts of things that can ______(38)______ about this special relationship. It may be the result of enjoying the same activities and sharing experiences. Most of us have met someone that we have immediately felt relaxed with as if we had known them for ages. However, it really takes you years to get to know someone well _____(39)______ to consider your best friend.
To the majority of us, this is someone we trust completely and _____(40)______ understands us better than anyone else. It's the person you can tell him or her your most intimate secrets.
36. A. share B. give C. spend D. have
37. A. through B. on C. in D. up
38. A. bring B. cause C. result D. provide
39. A. too B. enough C. so D. such
40. A. whom B. which C. who D. whose
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
There are many proverbs about friends and friendship, such as “True friendship is like sound health; the value of it is seldom known until it is lost”, and “A real friend is someone who walks in when the rest of the world walks out“. When you read these quotes, stop and think about your friendship. Do you and your friends act in a caring way towards one another, do you respect them and do they respect you, but most of all do you value the relationship and love spending time together? Friendship is more than just hanging out together at lunch and gossiping about other people. True friendship is when two people have mutual respect for one another, and really care about the each other's feelings and dreams. You need to be able to be honest with your friends. If there is ever a time where you feel that you cannot tell them the truth, for fear that they will be mad or will not understand, and then they are not true friends. Friends share with each other important things that they would not share with others. Friends also care about each other, stick up for one another and enjoy spending time together.
41. The passage is about __________.
A. friendship B. a friend
C. proverbs about friends and friendship D. caring for friends
42. The author advised us ____________.
A. not to tell a secret to a friend B. to respect our friends
C. not to tell a friend about important things D. to make friends to gossip
43.  Friends ___________.
A. should not spend time together B. should gossip about others
C. should be honest D. should not care much
44. Which sentence is NOT true?
A. Friends should respect each other.
B. We should be honest with our friends.
C. We can share important things with a friend.
D. Dishonesty is needed for true friendship.
45. Which of these can be used to describe true friendship?
A. be honest and be mad B. hang out and gossip
C. have lunch and gossip D. trust, respect and share
Rewrite the sentence or join the pairs of sentences beginning with the word(s) given.
46. Jimmy got into his car and drove away. I saw this.
I saw ..........................................................................................................
47. It is disappointing that we haven't heard from Molly.
We are ..........................................................................................................
48. We can't possibly work in this noise.
It's ..........................................................................................................
49. Harry couldn't get his parents' permission to buy a motorbike.
 Harry's parents didn't let ...........................................................................................
50. Mr. Pinchley doesn't allow his teenage children to go out in the evenings.
  Mr. Pinchley makes ...................................................................................................



UNIT 2: PERSONAL EXPERIENCES

Từ vựng: những từ liên quan về kinh nghiệm cá nhân.
Ngữ pháp:
Present simple, past simple, past progressive and past perfect (revision)

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.
1. A. hand B. bank C. sand D. band
2. A. looked B. noticed C. turned D. helped
3. A. around B. hand C. nothing D. autumn
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress rest in each of the following questions.
4. A. embarrassing B. appreciate C. experience D. memorable
5. A. floppy B. embrace C. cotton D. idol
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlines part that needs correction.
6. After she bought herself a new motorbike, she sold her bicycle.
A B C D
7. Where you worked last year when you were going to school?
A B C D
8. She was so shy that she didn't look at him in the face. She just glanced him.
A B C D
9. The doctor called this morning, while you slept.
A B C D
10. Fifteen hundred dollars a year were the per capita income in the US in 1950.
A B C D
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
11. Who ____ America about 600 years ago?
A. has discovered B. discovered C. discovers D. was discovering
12. Last year, after his bicycle had been stolen, he _____ to school by bus.
A. goes B. was going C. had gone D. went
13. I enjoy talking to people who have a good _____ of humour.
A. ability B. spirit C. keenness D. sense
14. The local people are very _____ to strangers.
A. comfortable B. hospitable C. modest D. familiar
15. My mother usually ______ to the grocery store on Sunday mornings.
A. go B. had gone C. went D. goes
16. When I ____ to her house, she_____ dinner. So I had a drink first.
A. had got/prepared B. got/prepared
C.got/had prepared D. got/was preparing
17. She made a big _____________ about not having a window seat on the plane.
A. complaint B. fuss C. excitement D. interest
16. Up to now they have not made a __________ whether they will go or not.
A. decide B. decision C. decisive D. decidedly
17. We had never experienced this kind of holiday before and had no idea what to expect.
A. happened B. known C. spent D. noticed
18. She looked so great __________ her new dress.
A. in B. with C. at D. for
19. I had a glance at the article, but I haven't read it yet.
A. close book B. quick look C. direct look D. furtive look
20. She stood in the mucky yard and hands plunged into the pockets of her _______ coat.
A. floppy B. soft C. gentle D. tough
21. Andrew _________ the test before so he _________ it very easy.
A. did/ had found B. had done/ found
C. was doing/ found D. did/ was founding
22. John: Did you go to Da Lat on holiday? - David: I ____ to go, but I got sick at the last minute.
A. had planned B. was planning C. have planned D. planned
23. Before he turned 14, Mozart _______ a few lesser piece for the piano.
A. had composed B. has composed C. was composed D. would composed
24. He __________ his car on Sundays.
A. is often washing B. often washed C. often washes D. has often washed
25. He looked at her and his hands pull out a ________ of money from his pocket to give her some.
A. pile B. sheet C. piece D. wad
26. I've never fallen in such a(n) _________ situation before.
A. embarrassed B. embarrassing C. confused D. confusing
27. The children were _______ about opening their presents.
A. interested B. fond C. keen D. excited
28. Her father ______ when she was a small girl.
A. dies B. died C. has died D. had died
29. By the time we got to the theater, the movie _________, so we missed the first five minutes.
A. started B. was starting C. had started D. starts
30. They were planting potatoes in the garden when it ________suddenly .
A. rained B. rain C. has rained D. had rained
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
31. “________________“ ~ “They're $100.”
A. How much money are your jeans? B. How much are your jeans?
C. How much money do your jeans cost? D. How much are your jeans'cost?
32. Lan: “Whose bicycle is that?” ~ Chi: “ ____________. ”
A. It's just outside B. It's Jane C. It's Jane's D. No, It's over there
33. “Hello, may I speak to Mr. Black, please?” ~ “____________.”
A. Hold on, please B. I think so C. Goodbye D. I'd like to
34. Emily: “Congratulations to you on passing the math exam.”
Tom: ~ “____________.”
A. You're welcome B. Never mind C. Don't mention itD. Thanks a lot
35. Jane: “I lost my wallet on my way to school this morning.”
Marry: “_________! You must be careful next time.”
A. Take care B. Excuse me C. What a pity D. You're welcome
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
When I first arrived here to take up my new job, I stayed in a hotel, but I soon started looking for some permanent ____(36)____. The first flat I looked over was in a basement, and was obviously extremely damp in winter. Quite apart from the fact that only ___(37)____ was of a brick wall. Then I had a look at a small flat in a modern block. It had a parking space and a garden, but the ____(38)___ was far too expensive for me. I didn't want to end up in a tiny place, so I answered an ad for house – sharing. The house was in a quiet neighborhood, and as soon as I saw it I fell ___(39)____ love with it. There was a high overgrown hedge around the front garden, and a place to park cars in the drive. The room to let looked out over the back garden, and had a big bay window. Although it meant ____(40)_____ the kitchen and living room, I did have my own bathroom, really just a shower and washbasin crammed into what must have once been a cupboard.
36. A. home B. accommodation C. house D. landlady
37. A. view B. entrance C. distance D. bathroom
38. A. lift B. roof C. area D. rent
39. A. at B. on C. in D. for
40. A. in B. without C. having D. sharing
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
I will never forget it, the time when I first worked as a teacher. On the first day of my career, I really wanted to make a good impression on my students, so I made a good preparation for everything and I had chosen my best clothes. My students seemed to listen to me attentively but they really looked at me with a funny look on their face, but I dismissed these thoughts from my head and tried to explained the lesson as well as possible.
Before getting into my car, I stopped to use the restroom down the hall. When I looked at my reflection in the mirror, I almost died all over the front of me, in my hair and on my purse was a white chalky substance that would not come off. The harder I tried to rub it, the grayer and dirtier it looked. I was absolutely mortified, thinking about the first impression I had made, I racked my brains to think of what I could have gotten all over me and how could I have not noticed it before I went into the meeting? Then I realized what had happened.
We are renovating our house, and the dry wall had just been sanded. I must have put my purse down in a big pile of dust from the dry wall. Then I probably picked it up, hugged it against my chest as I went to work. I just stood in the restroom, staring at the mirror, horrified, I wondered what those students must have thought about me. What a first impression  I had just made!  
41. The writer ___________ on the first day of her career.
A. was well-dressed
B. could not choose what to wear
C. did not worry about the first day of her career
D. did not care for the first impression she had made on her student
42. Her students __________.
A. looked at her and laughed B. did not realize what happened to their teacher
C. paid attention to their teacher's explanation D. made fun of their teacher
43.  The writer ___________.
A. could wash the white chalky substance on her clothes and her hair easily
B. could not wash the white chalky substance on her clothes and her hair easily
C. realized what happened to her when she entered the classroom
D. realized what happened to her when she was explaining the lesson
44. The white chalky substance was from __________.
A. the restroom B. the classroom
C. a pile of dust D. the dry wall of her house
45. The writer __________.
A. went to work by car B. left her purse at home
C. got angry due to the white substance D. was not embarrassed
Rewrite the sentence so that it has similar meaning to the first, beginning with the word(s) given.
46. How long have they get engaged?
 When ..........................................................................................................
47. I started working in this hotel six months ago.
 I've ..........................................................................................................
48. We haven't gone to the cinema for over a year.
 It's over ..........................................................................................................
49. I met her during my stay in Paris last summer.
 I met her while ..........................................................................................................
50. Sue has been in Italy for the last three weeks.
 Sue went ..........................................................................................................

UNIT 3: A PARTY

Từ vựng: những từ liên quan về một buổi tiệc.
Ngữ pháp:
• infinitive and gerund (động từ nguyên mẫu và danh đông từ)
• passive infinitive and passive gerund (động từ nguyên mẫu và danh động từ bị động)

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.
1. A. helpful B. humorous C. honest D. hospitable
2. A. holiday B. rehearsal C. helpfully D. vehicle
3. A. children B. divorce C. married D. present
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress rest in each of the following questions.
4. A. anniversary B. refreshment C. finance D. emergency
5. A. relate B. persuade C. succeed D. celebrate
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlines part that needs correction.
6. Would you mind to wait for a moment?
A B C D
7. He spent most of his time to paint in the studio,
A B C D
8. Would you like going to the supermarket with me tonight?
A B C D
9. I dislike to talk about everywhere.
A B C D
10. He wants garbage to put in the dustbins by his brother.
A B C D
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
11. He tried his best to make his birthday party more __________.
A. enjoyed B. enjoyment C. enjoying D. enjoyable
12. The climax of the New Year ______ was a firework display.
A. celebrate B. celebration C. celebrator D. celebratory
13. They held a concert to mark the _________ of Mozart's death.
A. occasion B. anniversary C. situation D. remembrance
14. Could you keep ______ while I'm on the phone, please? Don't make so much noise
A. quiet B. enjoyable C. happy D. comfortable
15. On my birthday, before I blew ______ the candles, I had prayed for my future and my family.
A. on B. out C. in D. at
16. He doesn't know much about the subject, but he is __________.
A. joyful B. enthusiastic C. reserved D. calm
17. I think you should give it up. There is no ______ for it.
A. help B. helpful C. helpless D. helpfully
18. It is a nice surprise ______ you here.
A. see B. to see C. seeing D. seen
19. The little boy hopes ______ to Disneyland Park on his birthday.
A. to take B. to be taking C. to be taken D. taking
20. John suggested ______ to the new branch in Vietnam.
A. being appointed B. to be appointed C. to appoint D. appointing
21. I remember ______ my mother said the carpets needed ______.
A. to hear / to dry clean B. hearing / dry cleaning
C. heard / dry cleaned D. hear / dry cleaning
22. Dinner will be a cold ________, not a sit-down meal.
A. party B. meal C. dish D. buffet
23. He is smartly _________ when he comes to an interview.
A. dressed B. put on C. worn D. undressed
24. He got quite a lot of nice presents from his family, and one of them was a beautiful big drum.
A. books B. sweets C. gifts D. things
25. Jane is going to abroad next month and she's having a _______ party on Saturday.
A. birthday B. wedding C. anniversary D. farewell
26. It's important for the figures _______ regularly.
A. to update B. updating C. to be updated D. being updated
27. The man wanted to avoid _______ on security cameras.
A. to see B. seeing C. to be seen D. being seen
28. The plants want _______ daily.
A. to water B. watering C. to be watered D. being water
29. She dreamed of _______ her 14th birthday party _______ on a luxury restaurant.
A. have/ hold B. having/ held C. had/ holding D. to have/ to hold
30. I want to travel because I enjoy ______ people and ______ new places.
A. meet/ see B. meeting/ to seeC. to meet/ see D. meeting/ seeing
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
31. David: “ Happy Christmas!” Jason: “ _________!”
A. You are the same B. Same for you
C. The same to you D. Happy Christmas with you
32. “Would you like to have dinner with me?” ~ “ __________.”
A. Yes, I'd love to B. Yes, so do I C. I'm very happy D. Yes, it is
33. “What can I do for you, Madam?” ~ “_________.”
A. Thank you B. all right C. Some apples D. It's nice of you
34. “Your dress is just wonderful.” ~ “ _________.”
A. You are right, thank you B. thank you, and you?
C. No, no yours is better D. Thank you, I'm glad to hear that
35. “Have a cup of tea.” ~ “_________.”
A. I don't want to B. No, thank you C. I don't have it D. No, go away
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
If you invite an American friend to ____(36)___ you to have dinner at a restaurant, phone the restaurant first to ____(37)_____ out if you need a reservation to avoid long wait for a table. To make the reservation, just give your name, the number of people in your group, and the time you plan to arrive. When you invite someone to dinner, you should be prepared to ____(38)_____ the bill and reach for it when it arrives. However, if your companion insists on paying his or her share, do not get into argument about it. Some people prefer to pay their own way ____(39)_____ they do not feel indebted, and those feelings should be respected. In most American restaurants, the waiter or waitress's tips is not added to the bill. If the service was adequate, it is customary to leave a tip equal ___(40)____ about 15% of the bill. In expensive restaurants, leave a bit more.
36. A. enjoy B. add C. join D. gather
37. A. notice B. watch C. look D. find
38. A. lend B. borrow C. pay D. deposit
39. A. so that B. as soon as C. due to D. such as
40. A. with B. to C. for D. as
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
A birthday party is a celebration that occurs to celebrate the birth of the person being honored. Birthday parties are celebrated in many cultures. While a child's party is usually at home and consists of soft drinks and sweet food as well as some main courses, adults' birthday parties in Western countries often take place in bars or nightclubs where a range of alcoholic beverages are consumed. In Western cultures, particularly in the United States, birthday parties are often accompanied by colorful decorations such as streamers and balloons.
A birthday cake is often served with candles that are to be blown out after a “birthday wish” has been made. While the birthday cake is brought to the table, the song _Happy Birthday to You_ is sung. Wealthy people or celebrities may hire an event management agency or a party service to organize a birthday party. The birthday cake has been an integral part of the birthday tradition in Western cultures since the middle of the 19th century. The cake, or sometimes a pastry or dessert, is served to a person on his or her birthday, and is often decorated with small novelty candles, with the person's name and a message of congratulations inscribed with icing.
The phrase “Happy Birthday” did not appear on birthday cakes until the song _Happy Birthday to You_ was popularized in the early 1900s. Tradition holds that the person with the birthday may make a wish, which will come true if all the candles can be blown out in one breath.
41. Birthday parties are celebrated __________.
A. only in the USA B. in Western countries
C. in many countries D. all over the world
42. Children's birthday parties are celebrated __________.
A. at home B. in nightclubs C. in discotheques D. in bars
43. In a child's birthday party, there is not ____________.
A. sweet food B. soft drink C. a main course D. alcoholic beverage
44. A birthday cake is _____________.
A. not important B. necessary C. not necessary D. forbidden
45. On a birthday cake, there is not ____________.
A. wish “Happy Birthday” B. decoration
C. the person's name D. a gift
Rewrite the sentence or join the pairs of sentences beginning with the word(s) given.
46. I prefer having dinner at home to going out for dinner.
 I'd rather ..........................................................................................................
47. I expect that he will get there by lunchtime.
 I expect him ......................................................................................................
48. The film star wore dark glasses so that no one would recognize him.
 The film star avoided .......................................................................................................
49. “If I were you, I wouldn't trust Peter,” she told John.
 She advised John ..........................................................................................................
50. I was going to leave, but because of what she said, I didn't.
 She persuaded ..........................................................................................................

UNIT 4: VOLUNTEER WORK

Từ vựng: những từ liên quan về công tác tình nguyện.
Ngữ pháp:
• gerund and present participle (danh động từ và hiện tại phân từ)
• perfect gerund and perfect participle (danh động từ hoàn thành và phân từ hoàn thành)

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.
1. A. sword B. sweat C. swing D. swallow
2. A. use B. student C. united D. truck
3. A. swimmer B. drawing C. allow D. lawn
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress rest in each of the following questions.
4. A. volunteer B. orphanage C. mountainous D. organise
5. A. participate B. advantage C. voluntary D. disaster
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlines part that needs correction.
6. She smelt something burning and saw smoke rise.
A B C D
7. He says that speak a foreign language always makes him nervous.
A B C D
8. It's no use asking children to keep quiet. They can't help to make noise.
A B C D
9. Passing a driver's test is a necessity requirement for all people wishing to drive a motor vehicle.
A B C D
10. Breaking her leg the last time she went, Brenda decided not to go on the school skiing trip this year.
A B C D
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
11. Last month the company ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­__________ to donate fifty trucks to help the flood areas.
A. volunteered B. organised C. bring D. took
12. We are helping the poor people in the remote areas.
A. suburb B. central C. faraway D. difficult
13. Children in these classes often ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­___________ in fundraising performance.
A. share B. provide C. participate D. expand
14. The­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ __________ have to suffer from a serious physical or mental disability.
A. donator B. handicapped C. aged D. orphan
15. Some high school students take part ______ helping the handicapped.
A. with B. in C. to D. of
16. _________ it several times, he didn't want to read it once again.
A. Reading B. To read C. To have read D. Having read
17. I hate __________ a child ___________ .
A. see/ crying B. see/ cry C. seeing/ to cry D. seeing/ cry
18. I notice the lorry ________ down the hill.
A. to come B. came C. coming D. having come
19. They left the restaurant, _________ two hours over lunch.
A. spending B. spent C. after spend D. having spent
20. Did you ever finish _____ the office for that new client of yours?
A. to design B. designing C. designed D. having designed
21. Tom was accused ________ some top secret document.
A. to steal B. of having stolen C. for stealing D. to have stolen
22. No one can prevent us _________ good things.
A. to do B. from doing C. of doing D. in order to do
23. Martin denied _________ the accused man on the day of the crime.
A. to see B. of having seen C. to have seen D. having seen
24. I don't blame you for ________ to go outside in this awful weather.
A. not wanting B. not to want C. not to have wanted D. not want
25. All the teachers work on an entirely ________ basis.
A. volunteer B. volunteered C. voluntary D. voluntarily
26. A lot of children participated in _________ performances.
A. raising-fund B. fundraising C. fundraise D. funding-raise
27. I am __________ to come to the meeting on Monday evening, please apologise for my absence.
A. capable B. excused C. unable D. disliked
28. The work of the charity is funded by voluntary ____________.
A. action B. activity C. donation D. organization
29. Schools in remote areas need ________ to help children read and write.
A. engineers B. peasants C. doctors D. volunteers
30. It's important for children to get a good _______.
A. education B. educator C. educational D. educate
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
31. Sue: “Thank you very much for your help.” ~ Ken: “_________.”
A. It's quite OK B. That's right C. I'd love to D. You're welcome
32. “ John, could you do something for me, please?”
“_________. What would you like me to do?”
A. Excuse me B. Sorry C. Certainly D. Don't worry
33. “Will you be able to come to the party?” ~ “_____________.”
A. I believe yes B. I'm afraid not C. I don't hope so D. I hope that
34. “Would you mind if I use your dictionary?” “ Of course not, ___________.”
A. Don't do that B. I'm sorry I can't C. It's over there D. I have a dictionary
35. “Could you come, please? I want some help.” ~ “______________.”
A. Sure, I'm coming now B. You're welcome C. Yes, I could D. That's right
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
A village placement is particularly (36)____________ for those volunteers with great ideas and enthusiasm. However, if you wish to work in a very remote area with HIV (37)____________ orphans, we are developing a new project in a village which is about 5 hours away from our programs. This is the area (38)____________ HIV/AIDS is the most devastating. The organization is focused on bringing aid, education, HIV prevention and AIDS (39)____________, women's rights education and love to the orphans of the area, many of whom lost their parents due to AIDS related illnesses. Volunteers help with feeding, organizing play, arts and crafts, hygiene and HIV/AIDS education appropriate to the children's age level from 3 to 8 years. (40)____________ a volunteer for this village you must be 18 years or over, have no health problems, be enthusiastic, be a native speaker of English, and be not older than 65 years of age.  
36. A. correct B. suitable C. proper D. right
37. A. negative B. affirmative C. objective D. positive
38. A. that B. which C. where D. that
39. A. help B. care C. look D. take
40. A. As B. To C. For D. Since
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
Volunteering can be the experience of a lifetime and for some people it is a life changing experience. Volunteer Bolivia is the international volunteer organization that combines a volunteer service learning experience with a program for an unforgettable intercultural experience. They offer an affordable way for you to experience a foreign country while lending a hand. Their variety of community volunteer positions provide you with the opportunity to make new friends, define a new career, develop new skills, and share your skills with others. Short term volunteers are a crucial part of their program allowing you to fulfil the needs of a variety of children's centers scattered around the region. These centers provide services for children. Long term volunteers, are those who stay with them more than five months, speak intermediate Spanish and are specialized volunteers who have an expertise that matches their Bolivian colleagues needs. Many long term volunteers contribute in a collaboratively designed volunteer position such as helping in the office, translating, and working with the Bolivian staff. If you have a specialized skill, they can place you in your profession. Long term volunteers have also contributed as healthcare workers, physical therapists, graphic designers, by teaching advanced computer skills or in project development.
41. According to the writer, volunteer work is _____________.
A. a combination B. an experience C. an organization D. a lifetime
42. If you take part in Volunteer Bolivia, you have a chance _____________.
A. to work in a foreign country B. to lose you career
C. to work in your hometown D. to change experience
43. According to the passage, ______________.
A. there is only one kind of volunteers
B. there are two kinds of volunteers: long term volunteers and short term volunteer
C. volunteers are not allowed to make friends
D. if you are a short term volunteer you will work with patients
44. The word “crucial” means ___________.
A. necessary B. not easy C. very difficult D. important
45. Long term volunteers work as __________.
A. designers B. professors C. healthcare workers D. teachers of English
Rewrite the sentences beginning with an appropriate participle (present, past or perfect).
46. When she saw the dog coming towards her, she quickly crossed the road.
 Seeing ..........................................................................................................
47. We has spent nearly all our money so we couldn't afford to stay at a hotel.
 Having spent ..........................................................................................................
48. Because I was walking quickly, I soon caught up with her.
 Walking ...................................................................................................................
49. The fruit was expensive because it was imported.
 Being ..........................................................................................................
50. She had spent her childhood in Boston so she knew the city well.
 Having spent ..........................................................................................................

UNIT 6 : COMPETITIONS

Từ vựng: Những từ liên quan đến các cuộc thi đấu.
Ngữ pháp: Câu tường thuật với danh động từ.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions
1. A. problem B. sponsor C. wonderful D. enjoy
2. A. announce B. annual C. award D. among
3. A. athletics B. marathon C. faithfully D. smoothly
Circle the word whose stress part is placed differently from that of the others
4. A. society B. participate C. activity D. competition
5. A. charity B. government C. marathon D. volunteer
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlines part that needs correction.
6. Let me know if you are interested to take part in the Sculpture Competition.
A B C D
7. I am looking forward meeting you.
A B C D
8. The children admitted to have taken the money.
A B C D
9. Peter apologized for break the vase.
A B C D
10. You can congratulate yourself about having done an excellent job.
A B C D
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
11. They quickly read the questions and tried to find out the answers.
A. complete B. guess C. offer D. discover
12. 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
13. He apologized _______ not being able to complete the poem.
A. in B. on C. of D. for
14. Time was _______, and the judges announced the results.
A. out B. up C. off D. down
15. Did you watch “Titanic” on ______ television or at ______ cinema?
A. the/ the B. x / x C. x / the D. the / x
16. The winner of the contest was given a(n) _______ for her excellent performance.
A. bonus B. reward C. fine D. award
17. I am pleased to _______ the winner of the final competition. It's Group B.
A. recite B. announce C. explain D. appoint
18. He was considered “the Man of the Match” because he had_________three goals in that match.
A. won B. succeeded C. picked D. scored
19. They were bitterly_______at the result of the game.
A. disappoint B. disappointed C. disappointing D. disappointedly
20. There is now intense ______ between schools to attract students.
A. competence B. competition C. competitive D. competitor
21. He_______on seeing the manager of the hotel.
A. asked B. convinced C. insisted D. expected
22. Bob_______having stolen Mary's pocket calculator.
A. admitted B. agreed C. dreamed D. accepted
23. We warmed him against_________ to the capital by train.
A. to travel B. travel C. traveling D. traveled
24. Tom apologized for_________ me earlier.
A. not ringing B. not to ring C. not ring D. to not ring
25. They congratulated me _________ the exams with high marks.
A. passed B. having passed C. to pass D. on passing
26. Miss White thanked Peter _______ her the present.
A. for giving B. to give C. giving D. on giving
27. The boy _______ breaking the window of the woman's house .
A. said B. denied C. told D. reminded
28. I have always dreamed of_______ a rich man.
A. became B. become C. becoming D. to become
29. My father is thinking_______ to the countryside when he retires.
A. of moving B. to move C. to moving D. in moving
30. He was_______ damaging the machine.
A. warned B. accused of C. blamed from D. thought of
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
31. Lan: “What's your name?” Nga: “………………”
A. Pardon? B. Really? C. OK D. Forgive me
32. Helen: “Congratulations!” _Jane: “……………”
A. What a pity! B. Thank you C. I'm sorry D. You are welcome
33. Maria: “ I'm taking my driving test tomorrow” - Sarah: “ …………. !”
A. Good day B. Good luck C. Good time D. Good chance
34. “I've passed my driving test” - “…………..”
A. That's a good idea B. Congratulations!
C. Do you? D. It's nice of you to say so
35. “You look nice today. I like your new hairstyle”.– “ ………………”
A. It's nice of you to say so B. Shall I? Thanks
C. Oh, well done! D. I feel interesting to hear that
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks
A beauty contest, or beauty pageant, is a competition between people, (36) _______ largely on the beauty of their physical appearance. The modern beauty pageant can trace its origin to the Miss America pageant, first held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1921, under the title 'Inter-City Beauty' contest. The following year the title was (37) _______ as Miss America. Other contests include the yearly Miss World competition and Miss Universe, which are the two largest and most famous (38) _______ beauty contests. Women from around the world (39) _______ in the competition for these titles. To be selected as Miss World or Miss Universe, a contestant must be celibate or single. If a Miss World fails to live up to people's expectations, she may, be disqualified. The organizers of the major beauty contests represent their contests as being events of world importance. (40) _______ many other people consider beauty contests to be agreeable entertainment event of no great importance.
36. A. set B. based C. regarded D. used
37. A. renewed B. removed C. renamed D. retained
38. A. nation B. national C. nations D. international
39. A. interest B. participate C. excite D. involve
40. A. Besides B. However C. Therefore D. Furthermore
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
The Tour de France, often called the Tour, is the most popular bicycle race in the world. More than 150 competitors race along a course that covers about 3,200 km of European roads. The Tour usually lasts about 25 to 30 days each . The course of the Tour changes each year. It lies mostly in France, but it has also passed through neighbouring countries such as Belgium, Spain, Germany, and Switzerland. The final stretch of the course always runs along the Champs-Élysées, a famous avenue in Paris. Only about half of the cyclists who enter the Tour finish the race.
The Tour de France is divided into stages. There is a stage almost every day and some stages emphasize a particular cycling skill, such as climbing hills, sprinting or performance in time-trial races. Cyclists are timed for each stage. During the race, the cyclist with the lowest cumulative time wears the yellow jersey. In this way, the yellow jersey indicates the current leader. At the conclusion of the race, the cyclist with the lowest total time is the winner and receives the yellow jersey as a trophy in a ceremony in Paris.
Each competitor in the tour belongs to a team of nine cyclists. Each team has a leader, who is its best all-around cyclist. Other team members help the leader. They may shield the leader from wind, provide food or drink, or offer support to the leader while climbing hills. Prize money awarded to winners is usually shared among the team members.
41. Cyclists entering The Tour de France........
A. race in France.
B. race in neighbouring countries of France.
C. always run along the Champs-Élysées.
D. must cover over three thousand kilometers.
42. Which of the following words is similar in meaning to cumulative?
A. Collective. B. Increasing. C. Swelling. D. Growing.
43. The winners of the race is the one........
A. who is best at a particular cycling skill.
B. who covers the course with the lowest total time.
C. wears the yellow jersey during a stage of the race.
D. who runs along the Champs-Élysées.
44. "Cyclists are timed for each stage" means........
A. The time for each stage of the race is measured by cyclists.
B. Cyclists start riding at the same time at each stage.
C. The time each cyclist runs for the race is measured in each stage and add up later.
D. Each stage has a different time to start for each cyclist.
45. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. Competitors in the Tour are divided into teams of nine cyclists each.
B. Team members may offer help to their team leader.
C. Team members share the prize money if their leader wins the race.
D. Each team has a leader, who is the best while climbing hills.
Complete the sentences in such a way that it is as closest in meanings to the original ones as possible:
46. The manager said to the workers, "You have done excellent work this month."
→The manager congratulated the workers on.......................................................................
47. "I always want to run my own business," she said to me.
→She told me that she dreamed of........................................................................................
48. "I didn't break the windows," Bill said.
→Bill denied....................................................................
 
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