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Period : 27th -28thDate: .............................................. Name:................................................
Problem 10: Reading skill (reading comprehension and filling gaps)
A/Reading comprehension : (2)
II/ Stated detailed information (specific questions):
Passage 1: Read and choose the right option
Every year, millions of tourists visit California. California is known for its beautiful scenery, warm climate, and excellent food. There are twenty national parks in California, which over thirty million people visit every year. California also has many world-famous museums.
The state is divided into two parts: Northern California and Southern California. San Francisco is in Northern California. It is surrounded by water on three sides and is a city with beautiful bays and several bridges. Its streets are always crowded with tourists. There is an area in the south of San Francisco that is famous for the computer industry; it is called Silicon Valley.
Los Angeles, Hollywood, and Disneyland are all situated in Southern California. Southern California is known for its desert areas, which are sometimes next to snow-covered mountains. It is one of the few places in the world where you can ski in the morning and surf in the afternoon.
1/: ______ visit California’s national parks every year.
A. Over thirty million people B. About thirty thousand tourists
C. Hundreds of millions of tourists D. Twenty million people
2/ California is divided into ______.
A. San Francisco and Hollywood B. Northern California and Southern California
C. San Francisco and Los Angeles D. Hollywood and Disneyland
3/: What is Silicon Valley well known for?
A. The computer industry. B. Beautiful scenery. C. Excellent food. D. Beautiful bays.
4: Which of the following is NOT in Southern California?
A. Disneyland. B. Los Angeles. C. San Francisco. D. Hollywood.
5/ Where are the desert areas found?
A. In Northern California. B. Near Silicon Valley. C. In San Francisco. D. In Southern California.
Passage 2: Choose the right answer for each question
Michael Jordan was born on February 17, 1963, in Brooklyn, New York. His family later moved to Wilmington, North Carolina.
Young Michael’s best sport was baseball. He didn’t make his high school basketball team when he was at school. Later, he played well enough to be noticed by Coach Dean Smith at the University of North Carolina (UNC). Jordan won a scholarship to UNC. As a first-year student at UNC, Jordan scored the winning basket in the 1982 national college tournament championship game. He played two more seasons at UNC. He also played for the United States team in the 1984 Olympic Games. In 1984, Jordan entered the National Basketball Association (NBA) player draft. He was chosen by the Chicago Bulls.
Many people think Michael Jordan was the greatest basketball player ever. He led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships. He was called “Air Jordan” because of his leaps towards the basket. Fans adoredhis smiling face and his determination tosucceed. During his playing career, Michael Jordan became one of the most famous athletes in the world
1/: Where was Michael Jordan born?
A. In Brooklyn. B. In Wilmington. C. In Chicago. D. In North Carolina.
2/Michael Jordan scored the winning basket in the national college tournament championship game ___
A. at the age of 17 B. in 1963 C. in 1982 D. at the age of 21
3/ : Jordan was called “Air Jordan” because of ______.
A. his career B. his determination C. his face D. his leaps
4: The word “adored” in paragraph 3 mostly means ______.
A. disliked B. loved C. hated D. detested
5: Which of the following is NOTtrue according to the passage?
A. Jordan played for the United States team in the 1984 Olympic Games.
B. Jordan made his high school basketball team when he was at school.
C. Jordan won a scholarship to the University of North Carolina.
D. Jordan entered the National Basketball Association player draft in 1984.
Passage 3: Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau trích từTOEFL iBT – Lingua Forum và chọn phương án đúng (ứng với A, B, C, hoặc D) cho mỗi câu từ28 đến 32.
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