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TEST 1 To do well at school, college or university you usually need to do well in exams. “All students hate exams” may be a generlization, but it is fairly true one. Certainly, all of the students I’ve known disliked doing exams, None of them thought that the exam system was fair;to do well in a exam you simply had to be able to predict the questions which would be asked, This was the case as regards tow students in my class at college. Botyh of them were exceptionally bright, but in the final year “exam” neither of them got an a grade. In fact, they both got Cs. The exam had tested us on questions which had come up the previous year. They had both assumed that the same questions wouldn’t come up again, and hadn’t prepaired for them.1)Students need to do well in exams __________.a. In order to do well at school.b. Because they need to do well at school.c. So that to do well at school.d. Therefore they have to do well at school.2)The stastement “ All students hate exams” is _________.a. extremely trueb. completely true c. quite true d. very true3) Which of the following sentences is not true?a. All of the students the writer has known thought that the exam system was unfair.b. To do well in an exam you simly had the ability to predict the questions which would be asked.c. None of the students the writer has known disliked doing exams.d. “ All students hate exams” is fairly true generalization.4) Why did the two students in the writer’s class get C grades in the final exam?a. Because the exam was very difficult.b. Because they didn’t prepare for the questions that had come up the previous year.c. Because they were dull students.d. Because the questions weren’t in their lesson.5) The writer’s main purpose of writing the passage is to _________________________.a. discribe the importance of exams.b. discuss how exams effect on the students.c. explain the equality in examinations.d. criticize the exam system.TEST 2Every year people in many countries learn English. Some of them are young children. Others are teenagers. Many are adults. Some learn at school. Others study by themselves. A few learn English just by hearing the language in film, on television, in the office or among their friends. Most people must work hard to learn English.Why do these all people learn English? It is not difficult to answer this question.Many boys and girls learn English at school because it is one of their sujects. Many adults learn English because it is useful for their work.Teenagers often learn English for their higher studies because some of their books are in English at the college or university. Other people learn English because they want to read newspapers or magazines in English.1. According to the writer. English is learn by _____________.a. young childrenb. adults c. teenagersc. all are correct2. Most people learn English by ____________.a. themselvesb. hearing the language on televisionc. working hard on the lessond. speaking English to their friends3. Where do many boys and girls learn English?a. at homeb. in the officec. in evening classd. at school4. Teenagers learn English because ___________.a. It’s useful for their higher studiesb. it’s one of their subjects.c. They want to master it.D. a and c are correct.5. Why do many adults learn English?a. Because they want to see movies in English.b. Because they need it for their job.c. Because they are forced to learn.d. Because it’s not difficult to learn.TEST 3More than two hundreds years ago, the term “ environmental pollution”was quite strange to people. They lived healthy, drank pure water, and breathed fresh air. Nowadays, the situation is quite differrent.People all over the world are worried about things that are happening to the environment. Actually it is man that is destroying the surroundings with many kinds of wastes. Everybody knows that motorbikes and cars emit dangerous gases that cause poisonous air and cancer, but no one wants to travel on foot or by bicycle. Manufactures know that wastes from factories make water and soilpolluted, but they do not want to spend a lot of their money on treating the wastes safely. Scattering rubbish is bad for our health, but noone wants to spend time burying it. Is it worth talking a lot about pollution?1. More than two hundred years ago _____________.a. the environment was polluted as much as it is today.b. people knew nothing about environmental pollution.c. air was polluted badlyd. people was faced with pollution.2. In former days, people ____________.a. led a healthy lifeb. lived in the polluted environmentc. were worried about pollutiond. drank contaminated water3. Nowadays, many people are concerned about ___________.a. the destruction of the poisonous air.b. the polluted waterc. the wastes from the factories.d. the pollution of the environment.4. Everybody knows that cars emit dangerous gases ______________.a. so they donot travel by carb. so they prefer travelling by bicyclec. but they still prefer traveling by card. and they enjoy traveling on foot.5. Factory owners _____________.a. know nothing about pollutionb. have no awaeness of pollutionc. treat wastes from their factories safelyd. do not want to spend money on treating the wastes safely6. It’s harmful for our health _______________.a. if rubbish is preaded over our seab. If we don’t scatter our rubbishc. if we spend time on gathering rubbishd. if rubbish is burriedTEST 4 It is estimated that about 200 milion people who use the Internet computer network around the world. The Internet allows people to work at home instead of traveling to work. The Internet allows businesses to communicate with customers and workers in many part of the world for the cost of a local telephone call. E.mail allows users to send documents, pictures and other data from one part of the world to another in at least 5 minutes. People can use the Internet to do shopping. This saves a lot of time. It is possible to use the Internet for education – students may connect with their teachers from home to send or receive e.mail or talk their problems through “ on line” rather than attend a class.1. The Internet allows people ______________.a. to stay at home and restb. not to workc. to travel to workd. to work at home2. To a business, the Internet is ____________ to communicate with customers.a. a cheap wayb. a very expensive wayc. an inconvenient wayd. a difficult way3. E. mail can be use to send ________________.a. documentsb. informationc. datad. all are correct4. It takes _______________ to do the shopping on the Internet.a. a lot of timeb. a little timec. less timed. more time5. To use the Internet for education is ________________.a. impossibleb. possiblec. inconvenientd. difficult Tài liệu Bồi Dưỡng HSG tiếng Anh lớp Tiết 1, I Mục tiêu: - Giúp HS vận dụng kiến thức học để làm tập - sau học HS cần nhớ cấu trúc từ vựng sau - If only + S + V( past simple) - need +V-ing (mang nghĩa bị động) - avoid + V-ing - neither nor (động từ chia theo CN thứ 2) - have / find dificulty in doing st - prevent sb from doing st - câu bị đông với động từ nhận thức cảm giác: think , say, report II Nội dung: - Yêu cầu Hs làm dạng tập hsg PRACTICE TEST A PHONETICS I Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others1 A climate B divided C write D religion A stopped B laughed C wanted D looked A fashion B material C logical D rivalry A campus B subject C public D industrial A weeks B depends C presents D parents II Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others A Japanese B understand C excellent D Vietnamese A Mountain B village C journey D between A restaurant B motorbike C enjoyable D vegetable A casual B favorite C uniform D amusement 10 A Religion B official C separate D tradition B GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY I Choose the best answer to complete the following sentences 11 If only I ………………… in the countryside right now A were B am C can be D would 12 Does the grass need ………………… A cutting B cut C be cut D to cut 13 Stop now; you’ve done ………………… work for one day A too many B plenty C quite more D quite enough 14 ……………… excellent art museums, Moscow has a world-famous ballet company A Because of B In spite of C In case of D In addition to 15 I remember ……………… you somewhere before A meet B meeting C met D to meet 16 Don’t worry She is having your bicycle ………………… before returning it to you A repairing B to repair C repair D repaired 17 The government took these measures ………………… reduce crime A in order that B so that C in order to D for 18 The mouse family avoided ………………… by coming out only when the house was empty and the two cats were outside A catching B being caught C caught D to be caught 19 One of the …………………… of the job is the long hours I work A advantage B disadvantage C advantages D disadvantages 20 Neither I nor he … at her wedding party now A is B are C am D be II Choose the words or phrases that are not correct in Standard English 21 She bought a new motorbike was made in Japan last week A B C D 22 I’d like to go out for dinner, but I don’t feel like to eat out tonight A B C D 23 Your brother hardly goes to work by bus, doesn’t he ? A B C D 24 Even though being ill, Phong still went to school last Monday A B C D 25 The house is convenient located about a mile from the shopping center A B C D 26 Despite the roadblock, the police allowed us enter the restricted area to search for our A B C D friends 27 Happiness is a most important thing in my life Nothing is more valuable than it A B C D 28 Our flight was delayed, so we had decided to take a long walk around the terminal A B C D 29 Members of high school clubs learn to participation in teams through their involvement in A B C community projects D 30 He said he was looking after a place to stay for a few weeks A B C D III Use the correct form of the word in brackets for each gap 31 When he played cards he is very …………………… He hates losing compete 32 If your work is ………………… you will get a longer contract SATISFY 33 I’d love to see you next week, but ……………… , it won’t be possible Fortunate 34 As a doctor she wants to ………………… in child health SPECIAL 35 Wearing "ao dai" at work can cause……… to modern, active women convenient 36 His son’s has not improved much BEHAVE 37 Misunderstandings can cause a deep …………… among friends divide 38 He had real great ……………… to design this ao dai INSPIRE 39 “Back street Boys” is greeted ………………… in the USA nowadays warm 40 The two sides of the city are ………………… by the river SEPARATION IV Match each sentence in column A with its suitable response in column B A B 41 I’m surprised how warm it is for March a I agree He’s always absent from class 42 How’s the painting going ? b Great It’s the best one 43 How is your hotel ? c Yes, all this sunshine is quite surprising 44 Rachel misses lectures too often d Painting the ceiling is difficult 45 Will there be a lot of people there ? e Yes, It always absolutely on time 46 Have you noticed how thin Jane has got ? f She’s on a diet 47 Is it true you saw a ghost last night ? g Yes, I think it’s going to rain 48 Will the bank be opened at half past nine ? h Yes, I went there with Andrew 49 What did you yesterday ? At the sports center ? i Yes, I did 50 It’s very cloudy j Yes, It’s likey to be pretty crowed C READING I Read the passage and then decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F) The zipper is a wonderful invention They are very common so we forgot that they are wonderful They are strong, but they open and close very easily They come in many colors and sizes In the 1810s, people in the US wore high shoes or clothes with a long rows of buttons It was hard for them to wear anything They wanted an easier way to put on and take off clothes Whitcomb Judson invented the first zipper in 1839 He called it a slide fastener A zipper has three parts There are dozens of metal or plastic teeth in two rows These are fastened to two flexible strips of cloth A faster slides along and fastens the teeth together When it slides the other way, it takes the teeth apart 51 Using zipper is a difficult way to wear something 52 A zipper hardly closes and opens 53 The first zipper was made in 1810 54 Zippers can be made of plastic or metal 55 Each zipper consists of three parts II Read the passage below and choose the best answer for each blank Clothes can tell a lot about a person Some people like very colorful clothes (56) they want everyone to look at them and they want to be the center of things Other people like to wear nice clothes, (57) _ their clothes are not colorful or fancy They not like people to look at them Clothes today are very different (58) _ the clothes of the 1800s One (59) _ is the way they look For example, in the 1800s all women (60) _ dresses The dresses all had long skirts But today women not always wear dresses (61) _ long skirts Sometimes they wear short skirts Sometimes they wear pants Another difference between 1800 and today (62) _ the cloth In the 1800s, clothes were made only from (63) kinds of cloth They (64) _ cotton, wool, silk or linen But today there are many kinds of (65) _ cloth A lot of clothes are now make from nylon, or polyester 56 A but B because C because of D so as 57 A but B because C so D if 58 A of B about C from D at 59 A different B differ C differed D difference 60 A wear B wearing C wore D worn 61 A with B about C of D on 62 A was B is C are D were 63 A nature B naturally C natural D naturalness 64 A were made from B from were made C made from were D were from made 65.A man make B man made C man making D made man III Complete the letter that Tom wrote to his family while he was on vacation Write ONE word in each gap Hi everyone, I've been in Paris for almost a week now and I'm having a good (66) _ I spent the first few days visiting the Eiffel (67) , Notre Dame, and other tourist attractions Most places are crowed (68) tourists, so yesterday I decided to go (69) and bought a few (70) Today I've been to a couple of interesting art galleries I got lost on my (71) back to the hotel but it didn't matter because I discovered a very fascinating market with lots of little stalls (72) just almost everything from needles to elephants I ate in the hotel the first night, but usually I go (73) and have dinner in a restaurant I guess I've (74) a lot of money, but it's a great place I've (75) lots of photos, and I'll show you when I get back home on the 15th See you soon, Tom D WRITING I Complete the second sentence in such a way that it is almost the same as the sentence printed before it 76 He doesn’t like coffee and neither his friends Neither he ……………………………………………………………………………… 77 After the match Lucky was so tired that she couldn’t eat much After the match Lucky was …………………………………………………………… 78 It was difficult to persuade Rick to buy the book I had ……………………………………………………………………………………… 79 Hoa couldn’t go to school because it rained heavily Heavy rain prevented …………………………………………………………………… 80 The police think the man holding the hostages is heavily armed The man ………………………………………………………………………………… II Use the suggested words and phrases to write a letter to your pen pal Dear Maryam, 81 I / have / great time / here / England 82 I / be / here / three months / my university term / start / two months ago 83 I / live / dormitory / some foreign students 84 They / come / different parts / the world 85 They / be / very friendly and helpful, / and / their English / much better / mine 86 I / practice / speak / English / them / everyday 87 Now / I / make / good progress 88 My pronunciation / much better / and / I / understand / almost everything 89 I / hope / my English / considerably / improve / the end / course 90 Write / me / soon Your truly, Lan III Write a paragraph about 100 – 120 words with the following topic sentence Vietnamese women should wear the ao dai at work ANSWER KEY: A PHONETICS I Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others 10 D C A A B II Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others ( C D C D 10 C B GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY I Choose the sentences or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space 11 A 12 A 13 D 14 D 15 B 16 D 17 C 18 B 19 D 20 A II Choose the words or phrases that are not correct in Standard English 21 C 22 D 23 D 24 A 25 A 26 B 27 B 28 C 29 B 30 B III Use the correct form of the word in brackets for each gap (10 points) One point for each correct answer 31 competitive 32 satisfactory 33 unfortunately 34 specialize 35 inconvenience 36 behavior 37 division 38 inspiration 39 warmly 40 separated IV Match each sentence in column A with its suitable response in column B 41 c 42 d 43 b 44 a 45 j 46 f 47 i 48 e 49 h 50 g C READING I Read the passage and then decide whether the following statements are true or false 51 F 52 F 53 F 54 T 55 T II Read the passage below and choose the best answer for each blank 56 B 57 A 58 C 59 D 60 C 61 A 62 B 63 C 64 A 65 B III Complete the passage with a suitable word in each gap 66 time 67 Tower 68 with 69 shopping 70 souvenirs 71 way 72 selling 73 out 74 spent 75 taken D WRITING Complete the second sentence in such a way that it is almost the same as the sentence printed before it 76 Neither he nor his friends like coffee 77 After the match Lucky was too tired to eat much 78 I had / found difficulty in persuading Rick to buy the book 79 Heavy rain prevented Hoa from going to school 80 he man holding the hostages is thought to be heavily armed II Use the suggested words and phrases to write a letter to your pen pal Dear Maryam, 81.I am having a great time here in England 82 I have been here for three months and my university term started two months ago 83 I live / I’m living in the dormitory with some foreign students 84 They come from different parts of the world 85 They are very friendly and helpful, and their English is much better than mine 86 I practice speaking English with them every day 87 Now I am making / I have made good progress 88 My pronunciation is much better and I can understand almost everything 89 I hope my English will considerably improve at the end of the course 90 Write to me soon Your truly, Lan III Write a paragraph about 100 – 120 words with the following topic sentence (10 points) * Form - correct form of a passage * Task fulfillment: - complete the passage with all relevant information - well-organized *Language: 11 - accurate grammar - appropriate vocabulary Tiết 3, I Mục tiêu: - Giúp HS vận dụng kiến thức học để làm tập - sau học HS cần nhớ cấu trúc từ vựng sau - to be accustomed to doing st= quen với - get on well with sb= có mối quan hệ tốt - effect on = có ảnh hưởng - blow off = dụng xuống - object to doing st= ph ản đ ối - have st done = nhờ làm - câu bị đông với động từ nhận thức cảm giác: think , say, report II Nội dung: - Yêu cầu Hs làm dạng tập hsg PRACTICE TEST QuestionI:Choose the word that has the underlined parts pronounced differently from the others A artificial B province C special D facial A clear B dear C wear D hear A fan B bad C catch D wash A prefer B better C worker D teacher A buildings B schools C zoos D markets Question II Choose the words that has a different stress pattern from the others : A completely B decided C company D develop A average B aquatic C athletic D accustomed A schedule B report C promise D orbit A potential B delicate C apprentice D astonished A technique B treatment C guidance D plastic Question III Choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence : 1.The teacher gave back the papers which marked A was B has been C had been D have been Mrs Ramsay was accustomed in this rickety house A by living B to living C with living D lining Neither Mary nor her two brothers _ superstitious A is B was C are D have If my candidate had won the election, I _ happy now A am B was C would be D can be I _ very well with my father now, we never have any arguments A go on B carry on C get on D put on People have different ways of preparing _ A their exams B to exams C for exams D in exams Lack of sleep can have a noticeable _ your performance at work A effect to B effect in C affect on D effect on I’ve got to see the dentist for a check - up tomorrow; I just hope I don’t need to _ A have anything done B be done something to C let anything be D make something done done He climbed up the tree _ to pick the apples before the wind blew them off A so B in order C so that D for 10 Next summer, we’re _ a swimming pool built in our garden 12 A making B deciding C letting D having Question IV Each of the following sentence has one mistake Identify and correct the mistakes: 1.These televisions are very expensive for us to buy at this time, but perhaps we will return later A B C D Because they had spent too many time considering the new contract, the students lost the opportunity to A B C D lease the apartment After she had bought for herself a new automobile, she sold her bicycle A B C D The food that Mary is cooking in the kitchen is smelling delicious A B C D Buying clothes are often a very time - consuming practice because those clothes that a person likes are A B C D rarely the ones that fit him or her The next important question we have to decide is when we have to submit the proposal A B C D John decided to buy a car in the morning , but in the afternoon he change the mind A B C D Many theories on conserving the purity of water have proposed, but not one has been as widely accepted A B C D as this one Jack always arrives lately for his chemistry class even though he leaves his dormitory in plenty of time A B C D 10 It has been a long time since we have talked to John, isn’t it ? A B C D Question V Provide the correct form of the words in brackets : My tooth was really , so I went to see the dentist (PAIN) She extremely about the history of art (KNOW) I’m afraid you aren’t suitably _ for the job (QUALIFICATION) Thousands of people are living in after earthquake (MISERABLE) She has an command of the language (IMPRESS) You can always rely on Barbara She is very _ (DEPEND) I watch the news everyday because it’s very _ (INFORM) A holiday in America can be _ cheap (surprise) I am thankful to my teacher who always gives me lots of _ to better my knowledge (COURAGE) 10 Many chemicals have a _ effect on the environment (DISASTER) Question VI Read the passage and choose the best option You have probably never heard of Charles Burgess Fry but in the early years of this century, he has the most famous man in England He became (1) while still at the university, mainly (2) of his sporting achievements He as, at the same time, captain of the university football, cricket and athletics team and held the world record for the long jump He was (3) a popular sport journalist He was so famous that letters addressed to “ Mr Fry, Oxford” were delivered to him (4) any difficulty His college, although it has a quite different name, (5) known as “ Fry’s College” Some people have criticized Fry’s sporting (6) They point out that he lived at a time (7) standards were quite low and (8) was much easier to well in several sports It is certainly true that athletes at a time did not have the totally delicate approach of modern athletes However, it is only fair to judge him (9) the standards of his (10) time There is no doubt that he had extraordinary skills and an ability to write about sport with style and intelligence A fame B rich C well-known D common A because B that C which D thus A so B too C also D of A with B without C no D not A be B which C what D was 13 A achievements B succeed C famous D expect A then B when C which D that A him B men C they D it A at B beneath C out of D to 10 A single B owe C own D private Question VII : Fill in the blank of the following passage with ONE suitable word : There is much more water than land (1) the surface of the earth The sea and oceans (2) nearly four-fifths of the whole world, and only one-fifth of (3) land If you traveled over the earth (4) different directions, you would have to spend much more of your time (5) on water than on roads or railways We sometimes forget that (6) every mile of land there is four miles of water There is much water on the surface of our earth that we (7) to use two words to describe We use the word seas to (8) those parts of water surface which (9) only a few hundreds of miles wide, the word oceans to describe the huge areas of water which are thousands of miles wide (10) very deep Question VIII : Read the following passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question : One of the most urgent environmental problems in the world today is the shortage of clean water Having clean drinking water is basic human right But acid rain, industrial pollution and garbage have made many sources of water undrinkable Lakes, reservoirs and even entire seas have become vast pools of poison Lake Baikal in Russia is one of the largest lakes in the world It contains a rich variety of animals and plants, including 1,300 rare species that not exist anywhere else in the world But they are being destroyed by the massive volumes of industrial effluent which pour into the lake everyday Even where law existed, the government did not have the power to enforce them Most industries simply ignore the regulations The Mediterranean Sea occupies 1% of the world’s water surface But it is the dumping ground for 50% of all marine pollution Almost 16 countries regularly throw industrial wastes a few miles off shore Water is free to everyone A few years ago people thought that the supply of clean water in the world was limitless Today, many water supplies have been ruined by pollution and sewage Clean water is now scarce, and we are at last beginning to respect this precious source We should something now According to the writer, one environmental problem in the world today is A acid rain B industrial pollution C safe water shortage D population explosion Many sources of water are not drinkable because of _ A acid rain B industrial pollution C garbage D all A, B, C, are correct What is serious problem of Lake Baikal in Russia? A It contains a rich variety of animals and plants B It is polluted by massive volumes of industrial wastes discharged into it C It has 1,300 rare species that not exist anywhere else in the world D The government did not have the power to enforce laws and regulations How many countries throw industrial waste into the Mediterranean Sea regularly? A nearly 16 B exactly 16 C exactly 15 D less than 15 What is the message to reader? A We should take action to protect our water resources B We should take all water resources into account C We should limit the use of water resources D We should encourage people to use safe water Question IX: Complete the second sentence in such a way that it is almost the same as the first : They’ve been living here for six years now -> They moved You should take two tablets every four hours -> Two tablets should I’m really sorry I didn’t invite her to the party -> I really wish 14 “Do you know where Tony is ? ”- I asked my brother -> I asked my brother “I’ll see you here tomorrow ”said Sue ‘And don’t be late’ -> Sue said she People say that the bus driver was listening to his walkman at the time of the crash -> The bus driver is said They think the owner of the house is abroad -> The owner My flute is being repaired at the moment -> I am 9.“ Why don’t you put your luggage under the seat” he asked -> He suggested 10 He was annoyed because his secretary came late to work -> He objected Question X Use the suggested words and phrases to write complete sentences of a passage about the birth of a computer : Most people/ think/ computers/ very modern inventions,/ products / our new/ technological/ age But actually/ the idea/ computer/ be /work out/ over two centuries ago/ a man/ call/ Charles Babbage Babbage/ bear/ 1791/ and grow/ be/ brilliant mathematician He/ draw up/ plans/ several calculating machines/ he / call “engines” But despite/ fact that/ he/ start/ build/ some/ these/ he never/ finish/ any of them Over the years/ people/ argue whether/ his machines/ ever work Recently, however,/ the Science Museum/ London/ finish/ build/ engine based/ one / Babbage’s designs It/ take/ six years/ complete/ and/ more/ four thousand parts/ specially/ make Whether/ it/ work/ not/, the machine/ be/ show/ special exhibition/ the Science Museum/ remind/ people/ Babbage’s work./ Question XI : (10p) Write a paragraph of about 100 - 120 words about the following topic : “What should we to save energy ? ” You may use the following suggested ideas : - get a plumber to check cracks in the pipes - Take a shower instead of a bath - Turn off the lights, the fans, air conditioner when no one is in the room - Turn off the faucet after using - Keep the fridge door closed or prepare food carefully before turning on the stove - Travelling by bikes or public buses instead of using motorcycles -The End -ANSWER KEY: Question I : 1/ B 2./C 3/ D 4/ A 5/ D 15 Question II 1/ C 2/ B 3/ A 4/ C 5/ A Question III 1/ C 2/ B 3/ A 4/ C 5/ C 6/ C 7/ D 8/ A 9/ B 10/ D Question IV B  too C  we B  much D  his B  herself C  no one D  smells B  late B  is 10 D  hasn’t it Question V) painful knowledgeable qualified misery impressive dependable informative surprisingly encouragement 10 disastrous Question VI : C A C B D A B D A 10 C Question VII : on cover its in moving for have describe is 10 and Question VIII :) 1/ C 2/ D 3/ B 4/ A 5/ A Question IX : They moved here months ago Two tablets should be taken every hours I really wish I had invited her to the party I asked my brother if he knew where Tony was Sue said she would see me the following day and told me not to be late The bus driver is said to have been listening to his walkman at the time of the crash The owner of the house is thought to be abroad I am having my flute repaired at the moment He suggested (that) I / she put my (her) luggage under the seat He objected to his secretary(‘) coming late to work / to the fact that his secretary came late to work Question X : Most people think of computers as very modern inventions, products of our new technological age 10 But actually the idea for computer was worked out over two centuries ago by a man called Charles Babbage 11 Babbage was born in 1791 and grew to be a brilliant mathematician 12 He drew up plans for several calculating machines which he call ed “engines” 13 But despite the fact that he started building some these he never finished any of them 14 Over the years people have argued whether his machines would ever work 15 Recently, however, the Science Museum in London has finished building an engine based on one of Babbage’s designs 16 It has taken six years to complete and more than four thousand parts have been specially made 17 Whether it works or not , the machine will be shown at the special exhibition in the Science Museum to remind people of Babbage’s work./ Question XI : Tiết 5, I Mục tiêu: - Giúp HS vận dụng kiến thức học để làm tập - sau học HS cần nhớ cấu trúc từ vựng sau 16 C doing homework for children D letting children discover things for themselves TEST I often hear or read about “natural disaster”- the eruption of Mount St Helen, a volcano the state of Washington: Hurricane Andrew in Florida; the floods in the American Midwest; terrible earthquakes all over the world; huge fires; and so on But I’ll never forget my first personal experience with the strangeness of nature – “the London Killer Fog” of 1952 It began on Thursday, December 4th when a high –pressure system (warm air) cover southern England With the freezing-cold air below, heavy fog formed Pollution from factories, cars, and coal stoves mixed with the fog The humidity was terribly high, there was no breeze at all Traffic (cars, trains, and boats) stopped People couldn’t see, and some walked onto the railroad tracks or into the river It was hard to breathe, and many people got sick Finally on Tuesday, December th , the wind came and the fog went away But after that, even more people got sick, many of them died 1.Which natural disaster isn’t mentioned in the text? A a volcanic eruption B a flood C a hurricane D a tornado 2.What is his unforgettable person experience? A the London killer B the heavy fog in London C the strangeness of nature D a high-pressure system 3.What didn’t happen during the time of the “London Killer Fog”? A pollution B.humidity C heavy rain D heavy fog 4.The traffic stopped because of ……… A The rain B the windy weather C the humid weather D the heavy fog TEST Christmas is the biggest festival of the year in most of Britain Celebrations start properly on December 24, Christmas Eve, although there have been several weeks of preparation beforehand The Christmas tree and all the presents, food, drink and decorations have been bought Christmas cards have already been sent to friends and relations About a week before Christmas, people usually put up their decorations and decorate the Christmas tree with lights, various colored decorations and an angel on the top Family presents are usually put under the tree Christmas Day is the biggest day of the holiday On the Christmas morning (often very early), children open the presents that are in their socks Some families go to church The traditional Christmas dinner consists of roast turkey with potatoes and various other vegetables Before the dinner, people usually pull crackers-small rolls of paper that have gifts, jokes, and party hats inside 1.People usually decorate the Christmas tree …………………… A on December 24 B on December 25 C several weeks before Christmas D about a week before Christmas 2.The most important day of the holiday is …………………… A the day before Christmas B the day after Christmas Day C Christmas Eve D Christmas Day 3.Children open the presents………………………… A on the Christmas morning B on the Christmas afternoon C on Christmas Eve D on December 24 4.Which of the following is the traditional Christmas dinner? A Roast turkey and potatoes and bread B Roast potatoes, tomatoes with turkey and various vegetables C Roast turkey with tomatoes and various other vegetables D Roast turkey with potatoes and vegetables TEST 10 Pollution is the process of making air, water, soil etc dangerously dirty and not suitable for people to use For example: * Air pollution is where there are gases in the air that is harmful, these gases come from object or buildings like harmful smoke from factories, vehicles, automobiles (cars, trucks, planes, boats) and many more * Light pollution is unwanted light, such as the light of cities, street lights, and others makes it hard to see the stars * Noise pollution is unwanted noise, such as the sound of cars in a city, loud boats/ship, airplanes, and trains * Water pollution is where there are things in the water that are harmful such as crude oil spilled from a shipwrecked tanker, smoke, poison, air pollution, and a lot other things that are not human/plant/animal remains Air pollution comes from harmful………………from factories, vehicles, etc A trees B parks C smoke D liquid All of the following things cause light pollution except…………… A traffic light B light of cities C street lights D light of the moon Noise pollution is ……………sound of cars, trains, planes, etc A unwanted B small C interesting D useful Which of the following sentences is Not true? E Air pollution comes from harmful gases B Light of the stars causes light pollution C Sound from a loud ship cause pollution D Water pollution can come from the land TEST 11 In biology and ecology the environment is all of the natural materials and living things on the Earth This is also called the natural environment Some people call themselves environmentalists These people think that harmony with the environment is important They think we must protect the environment The important things in the environment that we value are called natural resources For example fish, sunlight, and forests These are renewable natural resources because they grow naturally when we use them Non-renewable natural resources are important things in the environment that not come back naturally For example coal and natural gas 1.What does the world “environmentalists” in line mean? A living things B people who protect the environment C people who destroy the environment D people who pollute the environment 2.One example of renewable natural resource is……………… A sunlight B coal C oil D natural gas 3.One example of renewable natural resource is……………… A fish B tree C water D coal 4.all of the following things are renewable natural resource except…………………… A Air B gas C silver D animal 5.What does the word “them” in line refer to? A materials B environmentalists C renewable natural resources D non-renewable natural resources TEST 12 Christmas Two popular traditions at Christmas are : decorating the home and singing the Christmas carols The home is the center of the Christmas celebration.Inside, an evergreen tree is usually placed in the corner of the Living room.Children and their parents wrap string of colorful lights around the tree, they hang ornaments on the branches A star or angle often crowns the top Careful- wrapped gifts are placed beneath Outside, families often string lights around the windows and wind light around trees and shrubs in the front yard As the families decorate their homes, they often put on Christmas record Almost every family has at least one favorite album or compact disc School children of all ages perform Christmas concerts for their parents and communities On Christmas’ Eve, family members gather around Christmas tree to sing traditional songs Such as Jingle bells and Silent night and then give presents to each other Questions 1- What are the popular traditions at Christmas? a) Decorating the home b) Singing Christmas carols c) Eating Christmas pudding d) a and b are correct 2- Where is the evergreen put ? a)In the middle of the livingroom c) In the middle of the bedroom b)In the corner of the livingroom d) In the corner of the bedroom 3- How they decorate the Christmas tree? a) They wrap string of colorful lights around the tree c) They crown a star on the top b) They hang ornaments on branches d) a,b and c are correct 4- What the family members often on Christmas’ Eve ? a) They gather around Christmas tree b) They sing traditional songs c) They gather around the tree,sing traditional song and get presents d) They give presents to each other 5- What they as they decorate their home ? a) They sing traditional songs c) They eat Christmas pudding b) They put on Christmas record d) a , b and c are correct *CHOOSE THE WORD (A, B,C OR D) THAT BEST COMPLETES THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE TEST Environmental (1)……………is one of the most serious problems (2)…………… mankind today Air, water and soil are necessary to the survival of all (3)……………… things Badly polluted air can (4)………………illness and even death Polluted water (5) …………… many kinds of wild animals and other marine life Pollution of soil reduces the amount of land (6) ……………growing food 1.A pollute 2.A face 3.A lived 4.A cause 5.A kills 6.A of C pollution D polluting C to face D facing C live D lives C make D catch C are killing D doesn’t kill C from D for TEST Among the festivals (1)………… by some of Asian people is the Moon Cake Festival, also known (2)………… the Mid August Festival Large numbers of small round moon cakes are eaten (3)……… this day, and children enjoy carrying colorful (4)………… lanterns come in all shapes; the most popular ones are shaped like fish, rabbits and butterflies According to (5)…………, the moon shines the brightest on the night of the Moon Cake Festival As the moon rises, tables are placed (6)……… the house and women make offerings of fruit and moon cakes to the Moon Goddess A celebrated B polluted B faces B living B give B kill B to B made C held D set A like B as C such as D Þ A in B for C at D on A wood A they A under B metal B them B near C paper C it C outside TEST D gold D their D around Nowadays, people are destroying rain forests of the earth seriously It is (1)……………… that every year 100,000 (2)……………… kilometers of rain forests are destroyed for (3) ……………… of wood paper and fuel as well as for the residence and (4)……………… land Rain forests are very important for the world’s climate They receive the rainfall on the earth and produce a large amount of the world’s oxygen Destroying rain forests,(5) ……………… , is destroying our environment Saving rain forests is a(n) (6) ……………… problem Nations need cooperation to save rain forests, if not, it will be late A exhausted B pleasure C interesting D estimated A square B cross C round D heart A bring B supply C support D suggest A planting B field A moreover C farming B however A national C so B international D rice D therefore C world wide D world TEST Halloween is a holiday It is on the night of October 31 It is (15)………………in many English speaking countries Children (16)………………costumes They go to people’s homes The people give them candy Children say “trick or treat!” to ask (17)………… candy This comes from a threat It means, “Give me a treat (18)…………I will play a tricks o you “Children today usually (19)……………not the tricks (20)……………they not get treats But some students still (21)…………(playful pranks or things to make fun of people like putting toilet paper in trees or writing with soap on windows) In these countries Halloween is about ghosts, witches, goblins, and (22)……………acray things 15 A presented B proposed C celebrated D played 16 A wear B hold C take D up 17 A with B for C after D movies 18 A otherwise B when C but D fire 19 A B goes C will D little 20 A if B unless C before D Therefore 21 A problem B mischief C incident D little 22 A other B another’s C other D Therefore TEST Garbage is what someone leaves behind that they not want to use anymore It can also be called (1)…………… or rubbish A definition of garbage is anything left behind at a place (2)………….you used to be, but are not anymore In modern home and businesses, (3) …………… , garbage is normally separated and put where it can be (4)………….and taken to a place designed to hold, burn, or (5)…………….garbage Smoke is a cloud of very small, solid parts It is made when (6)…….something Smoke is can be bad because if it goes into the lungs of a person, it can kill them Most people think that they are always (7)…… to see smoke, but it can also can (8)…………(a thing that a person is not able to see) A waste B save A it A but A wrapped A recycle A firing A could B that B however B organized B rebuild B fighting B possible C safe D stone C which C therefore C collected C reuse C burning C capable D where D moreover D picked D rearrange D chopping D able A invisible B unmovable C unspeakable D insensible TEST Television is one of man's most (31) ………… means of communication It brings events and sounds (32) ………… around the world into millions of homes A person with a television set can sit in his house and watch the president making a (33)……… or visit a foreign country He can see a war being (34)………… and watch statesmen try (35) ………… about peace Through television, home viewers can see and learn about people places and things all over the world TV even takes its viewers out of the world It brings them coverage of American's astronauts as the astronauts explore outer space 31.A importance B importantC unimportance D unimportant 32.A from B at C in D to 33.A speak B speaking C speech D spoken 34.A fight B find C found D fought 35.A bring B brought C bringing D to bring TEST I keep a vocabulary notebook It’s organized ( 1) Whenever I hear or read a new word, I write it (2) Then (3) _ I have time, I look it up in my dictionary Then I put down some key (4) _ about the word- you know, (5) _ it’s a noun or a verb, and some (6) of how it’s used I (7) the notebook and study the words as often as I can I really (8) that the only way to learn new words- (9) _in your own language- is by (10) them a.alphabet b alphabetical c alphabetic d alphabetically a in b on c down d beside a when b if c while d unless a examples b information c meaning d usage a what b where c whether d when a meanings b things c examples d words a go after b go through c go on d go up a believe b mean c guess d learn a whether b ever c even d though 10 a.forgetting b memorizing c improving d learning TEST Are there intelligent (1) _ on the other planets in our solar system? Maybe there are In our (2) _ galaxy there are milions of stars Some must have plannets with (3) like those on the earth (4) in space there could be other thinking beings They would probaly look (5) _ different that we might not (6) _ them as people However, (7) _ their plannet is older than our plannet, they may know more than (8) They may have more progress ( 9) _ some aspects They may be traveling in space and be (10 ) human beings a things b humans c beings d animals a own b distant c nearby d faraway a air b conditions c climate d gemstones a nowhere b Anywhere c Somewhere d Where a much b many c such d so a recognise b look c approve d consider a when b if c in case d unless a our b us c we d we are a on b for 10 a examining b looking c with c discovering d in d in TEST Every year many people in the world learn English Some of them are young children (1) …………are teenagers Many are adults Some learn at school, and some learn in evening classes A few learn English by (2)………….or just by (3) ………… to the language on television or among their friends Most people must work hard to learn English (4) ……… all these people want to learn English? It is difficult to answer that question Young children learn English at school to study better at their subject Many adults learn English because (5) ………… useful for their work Teenagers often learn English for their (6) ………… studies, because some of their books are written (7) …………….English at their college or university Other people learn English because they want to read English newspaper or magazine for (8) ……….and entertainment A The other A them A listening A What A they are A taller A in A equipment B Others B their B speaking B How B it is B higher B at B example C Another C themselves C talking C Why C there is C better C by C transportation D Each other D theirs D hearing D Where D of being D fuller D with D information TEST 10 The Internet has (1) .and become part of our life It’s very fast and convenient way to get information People use the Internet (2) .many purposes: education, communication, (3) and commerce The Internet helps people communicate (4) friends and relatives by (5) of email or chatting However, the Internet has limitations It is time-(6) and costly It is also dangerous because of virus and bad programs (7) the other hand, the Internet (8) .sometimes have to suffer various risks such as spam or electronic junk mail and personal information leaking So, while enjoying surfing, be alert! 1.A-develop 2.A-for 3.Aentertainment 4.A-to 5.A- mean 6.A-consume 7.A-at 8.A-use B-developed B-in Bentertaining B-among B-meaning B-consumed B-on B-users Cdevelopment C-at C-entertained C-with C- meant C-consumer C-to C-using D-developing D-to D-entertain D-between D-means D-consuming D-in D-used TEST 11 Television is one of man’s most (1) means of communication It brings events and sounds (2) .around the world into millions of homes A person with a television set can sit in his house and watch the president making a (3) or visit a foreign country , He can see a war being fought and watch statesmen try (5) .about peace Through television, home viewers can see and learn about people, places, and things all over the world TV even takes its (6) out of this world It brings them coverage of America’s astronauts as the astronauts explore outer space In (7) to all these things, television brings its viewers a steady stream of programs that are (8) to entertain In fact, TV provides (9) .entertainment programs than any other kind The programs include action-packed dramas, light comedies , sporting events and motion pictures 1.Aimportance 2.A-from 3.A-speak 4.A-bring 5.A-viewers 6.A-add 7.A-made 8.A-many B-important B-at B-speaking B-brought B-seers B-edit B-designed B-much Cunimportance C-in C-Speech C-bringing C-lookers C-addition C-did C-more Dunimportant D-to D-spoken D-to bring D-watchers D-editor D-built D-most TEST 12 I believe that it is (1) to wear uniforms when students are at school Firstly , (2) encourage the children to take pride in being students of the school they are going to (3) they are wearing uniforms with labels bearing their school’s name Secondly, wearing uniforms helps students feel (4) in many ways They all start (5) the same place no matter they are rich or poor They are really friends to one another (6) one school roof Last but not least, it is (7) to wear uniforms It doesn’t take you time to think of what to wear every day In conclusion ,all students ,from primary to high schools should (8) uniforms 1.Aimportance 2.A-uniforms 3.A-so 4.A-happy 5.A-in 6.A-at 7.A-exciting 8.A-wear Bunimportance B-clothes B-because B-lucky B-on B-in B-practical B-wearing C-important C-shirts C-and C-equal C-at C-on Dunimportant D-blouses D-but D-interesting D-from D-under D-fashionable D-wore C-terrible C-to wear TEST 13 When Malaysia became (1) , Malay language was chosen as the National Language The reason (2) .this choice is that it is the language of the Malays who are the natives of Malaysia The (3) of Malaysia takes pride in promoting this language among all the races in Malaysia The Chinese, The Indians and other non-Malay communities have accepted the decision of the government It is the (4) language (5) the country In Malaysia, the national language is (6) the Bahasa Malaysia It is the language of (7) .in schools Since the introduction of Malay in schools, it has become the most (8) used language in Malaysia 1.Aindependence 2.A-for 3.A-govern 4.A-office 5.A-in 6.A-call 7.A-instruction 8.A-wide B-independ B-in B-government B-official B-to B-calling B-instruct B-widen C-dependent C-since C-governor C-officer C-of C-to call C-instructive C-widely Dindependent D-at D-governing D-officially D-for D-called Dinstructively D-widening TEST 14 Television is an important (1) of the 20th century It has been so (2) that now we can’t (3) what life would be like if there were no television Television is a major mean (4)………………… communication It brings pictures and sound from around the world into millions of home TV (5) can see and learn about people , places and things in faraway lands TV widens our (6) by introducing us to new ideas which may lead us to new hobbies and recreations In addition to the news TV provides us with a variety of programs that can satisfy every taste Most people now like (7) their evenings watching TV It is more (8) for them to sit at home watching TV than to go out for amusement elsewhere 1.A-invent 2.Apopularity 3.Aimagination 4.A-of 5.A-viewers 6.A-know 7.A-spend 8.Aconvenience B-inventive B-popular B-imaginative B-in B-lookers B-knowledge B-spent Binconvenience C-invention C-popularly C-to imagine C-to C-seers C-knowing C-spending Cinconvenient D-inventor D-popularize D-imagine D-with D-watchers D-known D-to spend D-convenient TEST 15 My village is about 50 kilometers (1)…….the city center It is a very beautiful and (2) ……… place where people (3)…………… flowers and vegetables only It’s very famous for its pretty roses and picturesque (4) …….The air is quite (5) …….; however, the smell of the roses makes people (6) ……… cool In spring, my village looks like a carpet with plenty of (7) ….Tourists come to visit it so often Nowadays, with electricity, it doesn’t take the (8) ……… much time to water the roses And even at night, people can walk along the path and enjoy the fresh smell of the flowers A on A peace A grow A scenery A dirty A felt A colors A village B for B peaceful B buy B sneces B fresh B to feel B colorful B towns C from C peacefully C grew C sceens C bad C feel C spots C villagers D since D quite D bought D scenes D hot D feeling D styles D city-dwellers TEST 16 At 6.30 in the morning, the bus (1) …….Ba and his family from their home After picking (2) …….everyone, the bus continued North on the Highway Number It crossed the Dragon Bridge and stopped at the gas station to get some more fuel Then, it left the highway and turned onto a small road westward This road ran (3) …… green paddy fields, (4) …… the people on the bus could see a lot of cows and buffaloes The road ended before a big store beside a pond Instead of (5) ……….left towards a small airport, the bus went on the opposite direction It didn’t stay on that road for very long, but turned left onto a road (6) … ….… went across a small bamboo forest Finally, the bus dropped everyone at the (7) …… lot ten meters from a big old banyan tree It would park there and waited (8) ……….people to come back in the evening A collect A at A between A so A to turn A who A park A in B collect B in B to B and B turned B whom B parking B at C collecting C on C for C but C turning C whose C parked C for D to collect D up D besides D because D turn D which D to park D to TEST 17 Millions of people (1) …………the world want to learn English Many of them go to the US and other English (2) ………… countries to study at language schools, especially (3) …………Summer There are thousands of different schools They often course (4) …… children, teenagers and adults If you go to a language school, you should try (5) ………… English as much as possible Students can stay with a local family This is a good opportunity (6) …………your English and to learn a lot about everyday life You should try to talk to students from other countries This will help you to improve your English (7) ……it will also show how important English is for international (8) ……………… A at A speak A at A to A to speak 6.A to improve A but 8.A.communica tor B around B spoke B on B with B speak B improved B so B.communicatio n C on C speaking C for C between C spoke C improving C and C.communicative D to D spoken D in D for D speaking D improve D therefore D communicate TEST 18 Television is an important invention of the 20 th century It has been (1) popular that now we can't imagine what life would be like if (2) were no television Television is a major means of communication, It (3) pictures and sounds from around the world into millions of home Though television (4) can see and learn about people, places and things in far away lands, television widens our knowledge by introducing us to new ideas which may lead us to new hobbies and recreations In addition (5) the news, television provides us with a variety of program that can satisfy (6) taste Most people now seem to like spending their evenings (7) television It is more convenient for them to sit at (8) watching television than to go out for amusements elsewhere a very b too c enough d so a there b those c these d they a gets b brings c gives d shows a audience b spectators c viewers d people a of b spectators c for d at a each b many c all d every a watching b looking c seeing d cleaning a house b home c building d office TEST 19 Air pollution is a ( 23 ) _ of ill health in human beings In a lot of countries there are laws limiting the amount of smoke which factories can ( 24 ) Although there isn’t enough ( 25 ) _ on the effects of smoke in the atmosphere, doctors have ( 26 ) _ that air pollution cause lung diseases The gases from the exhausts of cars have also ( 27) air pollution in most cities The lead in petrol produces a ( 28 ) _ gas which often collects in busy streets surrounded by high buildings Children who ( 29 ) _ in areas where there is a lot of lead in the atmosphere can not think as ( 30 ) _ as other children and are clumsy when they use their hands 23 A reason B cause C effect D effort 24 A reduce B send C produce D give 25 A information B news C data D figures 26 A said B told C proclaimed D proved 27 A increased B decreased C minimized D sent 28 A poison B poisonous C poisoned D poisoning 29 A stay B live C come D work 30 A quick B slow C quickly D slowly TEST 20 New Year is one of the most important (23) in the United States On New Year's Eve, most people go to the parties At twelve o'clock (24) night, everyone says "Happy New Year" and they (25) _ their friends and relatives good luck New Year's Eve is usally a long night to this holiday children (26) as witches, ghosts or orthers Most children go from house to house asking for candy or fruit (27) _ the people at the house not give (28) _ candy, the children will (29) _ a trick on them But this (30) ever happens Many people give them candy or fruit 23 A festivals B meetings C contests D courses 24 A on B at C in D for 25 A dream B greet C wish D congratulate 26 A wear B dress C put on D take off 27 A Whether B So C Although D If 28 A they B them C their D theirs 29 A say B tell C play D speak 30.A hardly B hard C soon D always TEST 21 Mr Brown and some (23) conservationists are on a very dirty beach now Today they are ready to make the beach a clean and beautiful place again After listening to Mr Browns instructions, they are divided (24) three groups Group I needs to walk along the shore Group should check the sand, (25) _ group has to check among the rocks Garbage must be put into plastic bags, and the bags will be (26) by Mr Jones He will take the bags to the garbage (27) _ Each member will be given a map to find the right place They won’t eat the picnic lunch (28) by Mrs Smith until the whole area is clean (29) _ are eager to work hard so as to refresh this (30) area 23 A voluntary B volunteers C volunteering D volunteer 24 A in B to C into D onto 25 A or B and C because D though 26 A selected B chosen C collected D elected 27 A dump B yard C area D place 28 A happened B provided C achieved D shown 29 A Them all B They all C All them D All they 30 A spoiling B spoil C spoiled D spoils TEST 22 A great number of people from many countries have joined in trips to space up to now A trip to space is very _( )_ Do you want to join in a trip in the future? If you decide to take a trip, you will have to get ready a few months before the _( )_ You must be in excellent physical condition You should run a lot, swim everyday, and aerobics and push-ups You must get a letter from the doctor that shows you are in perfect _( )_ Once you get on the trip, you will be in a(n) _( )_ world You will see pictures of the Earth You may also find your country and other interesting places You will be able to see the oceans, the big rivers, the tall mountains You will be able to see them many times because you will _( )_ the Earth 16 times a day! You will also be able to see stars that you couldn’t see _( )_ the Earth When you are in orbit, you will be able to get out of your seat and walk in the cabin You will be able to walk on the walls or on the ceiling like in a circus You will not _( )_ anything! You will feel totally free and enjoy the wonderful feeling you have never had before If you _( )_ on board now, you would experience those marvelous things A marvelous B harmful C dangerous D terrible A walk B course C voyage D flight A knowledge B health C intelligence D wisdom A ancient B imaginary C different D mysterious A fly B orbit C travel D go A by B in C around D from A eat B see C weigh D know A were B sit C are D come TEST 23 One of the main sources for the spreading of news and events throughout the world is the newspaper The purpose of newspapers is to inform the public of political, social economic and entertainment happenings, among other things Generally, there are three types of newspapers: daily newspapers, weekly newspapers, and special-interest newspapers Daily newspapers publish at least one edition every weekday Most dailies also have a weekend edition Daily newspapers often have sections for news, sports, arts and entertainment, business and classified advertising Weekly newspapers print once a week and cover news of interest to readers in a smaller area than that of a daily paper They focus on local happenings rather than national or international events Special-interest newspapers may publish daily, weekly, monthly, or even less frequently They generally disseminate news of interest to a particular group of readers or feature news about a specific topic Thanks to the development of the Internet, we can now get access to electronic newspapers To some extent, e-newspapers are cheap, up-to-date, and convenient for most readers in the world 1.The purpose of newspapers is to inform the public of… A political and social happenings B economic and entertainment happenings C other different events D all A, B and C Three types of newspapers are… A daily newspapers, weekly newspapers and special-interest newspapers B weekly newspapers, monthly newspapers , yearly newspapers C daily newspapers, weekly newspapers and monthly newspapers D weekly newspapers, monthly newspapers and special-interest newspapers Most daily newspapers publish… A only one edition every weekday B one edition every weekend C at least once every weekday and once at weekend D one different edition for one different section Weekly newspapers usually focus on… A local happenings B national happenings C international happenings D local and international happenings Social-interest newspapers cover news of interest to… A special people B particular group of readers C feature news about a specific topic D both B and C We can easily get access to electronic newspapers because they are… A modern, up-to-date but expensive B cheap, up-to-date and convenient worldwide C quick, cheap and convenient D modern, quick and up-to-date
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