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The 1st Semester Test-Grade 8 (2)
Academic Year: 2019-2020
Time: 60 minutes

1. Listen to the tooth fairy customs in Spain and in Viet Nam. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F. You will listen TWICE.
According to Vietnamese people, a lost tooth will be replaced by a gift.

Vietnamese children make a wish related to the mouse when they toss their teeth.

The lost tooth will be thrown onto the roof in Spain.

The lost tooth can be found under the pillow according to the Vietnamese custom.

A mouse is involved in the custom of both countries.

2. Listen to the story of Hans Christian Andersen`s life and complete the notes. Fill each of the gaps with no more than THREE words and/or a number. You will listen TWICE.

- 1805: Born in Odense, (1) ______________

- 1819: Travelled to Copenhagen and worked as (2) ______________

- (3) ______: Started writing fairy tales

- 1845: (4) ______________ of his stories became known to foreign audiences

- 1875: Died because of (5) ______________

1. Read the passage and answer the questions.
"Li xi" is an important part in Vietnam’s customs of Tet Festival, especially with children. It is a small amount of money that can bring good fortune to the upcoming year. However, "li xi" is not limited only on the first day, but can even last to the 9th or 10th day of Tet Festival, and given when the adults first met the kids. Besides the money, the tiny red envelope also has its own meaning. It represents the secrecy and privacy to avoid comparison as adults want children to regard the money as the gift of New Year, instead of being jealous of receiving less than other kids. The red color, the most popular color appearing in Vietnamese festivals, signifies the prosperity and great luck according to Asian’s beliefs. In the morning of the first day of Lunar New Year, children and parents will visit grandparents’ home, wishing for a happy new year and great health, showing respect and gratitude, and giving gifts. After that, it is grandparents and adults’ turn to give children lucky money to welcome their new age.

1. By whom is the custom loved most?


2. For how long can the custom be applied?


3. Why is a red envelope used?


4. What does the red color signify?


5. Why do adults give "li xi" to children?


2. Read the passage. Circle A, B or C to answer each question or complete each sentence.
The meaning of Mid-Autumn Day is rather different to that in China, though the Vietnamese also celebrate it by eating mooncakes. In Viet Nam the Mid-Autumn Festival is the happiest day for children, during which parents buy their children various kinds of lanterns and snacks. There are also various activities held to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival in Viet Nam. The main activities include worshipping the God of Earth, and carrying carp-shaped lanterns. Usually a worshipping platform is set up in the yard during Mid-Autumn night, on which mooncakes, fruits, and snacks are laid. Later family members sit to gether to eat the food while appreciating the moon. It`s also a tradition for the Vietnamese to light lanterns during the Mid-Autumn night. It is thought that if people walk at night with a carp lantern in hand, they will be safe from the carp spirit. Now, children hold various kinds of paper lanterns and play in the moonlight, while eating mooncakes during the evening of Mid-Autumn Day.

What is Vietnamese Mid-Autumn festival different from that of China in?

A. time
B. food
C. meaning

Parents buy children all of these things EXCEPT _________.

A. mooncakes
B. carps
C. lanterns

What are the main activities in Vietnamese Mid-Autumn Festival?

A. worshipping the God of Earth

B. carrying carp-shaped lanterns

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