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UNIT 1: HOME LIFE
I. Which of the words contain the sound / s/ and which contain the sound /z/ Tick the correct column.
1. helps
2. bays
3. days
4. laughs
5. repeats
6. coughs
7. attacks
8. walks
9. cuts
10. begins
II. Fill in each gap with a word from the box
mischievous come caring mended supportive happiness
biologist biology spread pressure base close-knit
1 A . . . . . . . . . . is a scientist who studies biology.
2. . . . . . . . . . . is the scientific study of the life and structure of plants and animals.
3. . . . . . . . . . . means kind, helpful and showing that you care about other people
4: When you live in the country, you can enjoy the . . . . . . . . . . community of a small village.
5. . . . . . . . . . . lies made by the Prime Minister have damaged his reputation.
6. He . . . . . . . . . . shoes for a living.

7. Their trip to France didn't . . . . . . . . . . up to expectations.
S. His arguments have a sound economic . . . . . . . . . .
9. Do you have to . . . . . . . . . . yourself out all over the sofa?
10. Children with . . . . . . . . . . parents often do better at school than those without.
11. It was only later in life that she found . . . . . . . . . . and peace of mind.
12. Doctors are under increasing . . . . . . . . . . to work 1onger hours.
III. Supply the correct form of the word in bold.
1. Make sure the ropes are . . . . . . . . . . fastened. (secure)
2. His home and business are being held as . . . . . . . . . . for the 1oan. (secure)
3. The movie featured Robert Lindsay in a . . . . . . . . . . role. ( support)
4. People would . . . . . . . . . . pay more for better services. (willing)
5. She is a strong . . . . . . . . . of the free market. (support)
6. The . . . . . . . . . . of people to get involved has impressed the organisers of the event. (willing)
7. 1 hope you haven't been up to any . . . . . . . . . . while I was away. (mischievous)
8. 1 saw a few . . . . . . . . . . faces among the crowd. (family)
9 . The government repeatedly stressed its support for . . . . . . . . . . choice in the selection of a child's school.
(parent)
10. The bishop criticized the government for its "callous, . . . . . . . . . . attitude" to the homeless and the
unemployed. (care)
IV / Fill in each gap with a suitable preposition.
1 . Information must be stored so that it is secure . . . . . . . . . . accidental deletion.
2. You are going to have to shift . . . . . . . . . . yourself from now on.
3. Sit down and make yourself . . . . . . . . . . home.
4. He works away . . . . . . . . . . home during the week.
5 . 1 passed my driving test . . . . . . . . . . the first attempt.
6. Two factories were closed . . . . . . . . . . an attempt to cut costs.
7. A terrorist has made an attempt . . . . . . . . . . the President' s 11fe.
8. The director is . . . . . . . . . . . increasing pressure to resign.
9. His performance didn't really come up . . . . . . . . . . his usual high standard.
10 The searchers spread . . . . . . . . . . to cover the area faster.
13.The father used to be the . . . . . . . . . . of the household in Vietnam.
V . Complete the texts using the verbs in the box.

can make wants is studying 1oves lives doesn’t have teaches
1. Enrique (1) . . . . . . . . . . in Puebla, a town in Mexico. He's a student. He (2) . . . . . . . . . . medicine
because he (3) . . . . . . . . . . to be a doctor.He's married, but he (4) . . . . . . . . . . any children. His wife,
Silva,
(5) . . . . . . . . . . in a primary school. Enrique (6) . . . . . . . . . . his family. He (7) . . . . . . . . . . an excellent
enchilada!


has are listening come am going to study like am sitting
live doesn’t t work
2. Hi! My name's Rumi and I (l) . . . . . . . . . . from Osaka in Japan. I (2) . . . . . . . . . . with my parents. My
father (3) . . . . . . . . . . a business, but my mother (4) . . . . . . . . . . . Next year I (5) . . . . . . . . . . economics
at university. I (6) . . . . . . . . . . going out with my friends. At the moment I (7) . . . . . . . . . . in a bar with
Noriko and Toshi. We (8) . . . . . . . . . . to music.
VI / Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as
the sentence printed before it
1. I understood very little of what the headmaster said.
I could
hardly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. The walls of this house need painting.
The walls of this house . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.
3. I've forgotten that actor's name but he's very well-known
'That actor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …..
4. "Let's orgarnise a sponsored cycle race."
The children suggested . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.
5. He is extremely rich but very mean.
I n spite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
……..
6. You ‘d better not touch that switch.
If I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
…………
7. I'd rather you didn't smoke here.
Would . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?
8. How 1ong is it since you saw TOM?
When. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .?
TEST : UNIT 1
A. PHONETICS
1-5.Pick out the word whose underlized and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other
words.
1 A. fills B. adds C. stirs D. 1ets
2. A. shops B. notes C. mouths D. blacksmiths
3. A. cease B. chase C. increase D. raise
4. A. airports B. suitcases C. things D. calculators
5. A. plays B. says C. pays D. lays
6 - 10. PICK out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words.
6. A. decision B. reference C. refusal D. important
7. A. intelligent B. comfortable C. necessary D. secretary
8. A. cooperate B. permanent C. recognize D. industry
9. A. birthday B. cowboy C. enjoy D. pleasure
A. head B. leader C. president D. boss
14. There has been a shift of . . . . . . . . . . from manufacturing to service industries.
A. change B. alteration C. emphasis D. movement
15. There was a wealth of . . . . . . . . . . evidence.
A. supportive B. support C. supported D. supporting
1 6. They tried to . . . . . . . . . . astonishing feats of engineering by building the tunnel.
A: perform B. attempt C. achieve D. All L are correct
17. It's time for you to . . . . . . . . . . a profession.
A. enter. B. go into C. join D. All are correct
1 8. He's . . . . . . . . . . slowly after the operation.
A. mending B. recovering C. relieving D. A and B
19. When I1ast saw him, he . . . . . . . . . . in London. .
A. has lived B. is living C. was living D. has been livng
20. we . . . . . . . . . . Dorothy since 1ast Saturday.
A. don't see B. haven't seen C. didn't see D. hadn’t seen
2 1 . The train . . . . . . . . . . half an hour ago .
A. has been leaving B. left C. has lea D: had left
22. Jack . . . . . . . . . . the door.
A. has just painted B. paint C. will have painted D. painting .
23 . My sister . . . . . . . . . . for you since yesterday.
A. is looking . B. was looking C. has been looking D. looked
24. I . . . . . . . . . . Texas State University now.
A. am attending B. attend C. was attending D. attended _ .
25. He has been selling motorbikes . . . . . . . . . .
A. ten years ago B. since ten years C. for ten year ago D. for ten years
26. AS soon as you . . . . . . . . . . all your homework, you will be allowed to go out.
A. are doing B. had done C. did D. have done .
27. Don't worry! By the time you arrive tomorrow, we . . . . . . . . . . the work.
A. have finished B. would finish C. will finish D will have finished'
28. While I . . . . . . . . . . along the road, I saw a friend of mine.
A. had cycled B. have cycled C. cycled D. was cycling
29. He . . . . . . . . . . to the last meeting, but he didn't.
A. must go B. should have gone C. would go D. had gone
30. Her parents would not be upset if she . . . . . . . . . . harder.
A. works B. is working C. will work D. worked
31 - 35. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
31. Last year my little brother got lost while we had shopping.
32. If he aware of how 1ong we are waiting for the tour to start?
33. We don't know why Mary is and she didn't speak to us for ages
34. They asked me what did happen 1ast night, I was unable to tell them.
35. I haven't come back to Hanoi from my brother 1ast visited me.
36 - 40. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
36. Eight years ago we started writing to each other.
A. We have rarely written to each other for eight years.
B. Eight years is a 1ong time for us to write to each other.
C We wrote to each other eight years ago.
D. We have been writing to each other for eight years.
37. The boy was so 1azy that he couldn't stay up 1ate to 1eam his 1essons.
A. The boy was 1azy enough not to stay up 1ate to 1eam his 1essons.
B. The boy was too 1azy to stay up 1ate to 1eam his 1essons.
C The boy was 1azy enough but he stayed up 1ate to 1eam his 1essons.
D. The boy was 1azy enough to stay up 1ate to 1earn his 1essons.
10 A. expression B. decisive C. dependent D. independence
1B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE
Choose the hest answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
11. A . . . . . . . . . . knit community is the one in which relationships are very close.
A. close B. closely C. tightly D. B and C
12. Mrs. Brown is bored with doing the . . . . . . . . . . chores.
A. household B. domestic C. housework D. A and
38. My father is tired of seeing any violent films.
A. My father hasn't seen a violent film.
B. My father has enjoyed all the violent films he has ever seen.
C My father is worried about missing the next violent film.
D. My father never wants to see another violent film.
39. AS soon as he waved his hand, she turned away.
A. He saw her turn away and he waved his hand.
B. No sooner had he waved his hand than she turned away.
C She turned away because he waved his hand too early.
D. Although she turned away, he waved his hand.
40. John wishes he had remembered to send Mary a Christmas card.
A. John regrets not to send Mary a Christmas card.
B. John regrets forgetting not to send Mary a Christmas card.
C John regrets not remembering sending Mary a Christmas card.
D. John regrets forgetting to send Mary a Christmas card.
C. READING
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank in space in the following
passage:
A. In the home a dad is very important. He is the (1) . . . . . . . . . . who provides us with money to feed and
clothe ourselves. He can decorate your bedroom, mend your radio, make cages for your pets, repair a
puncture in your bicycle tyre and help you with maths homework. A dad can be very useful for
(2) . . . . . . . . . . you in the car to and from parties, music and dancing lessons.
A dad is the person whom you ask for pocket money. He is the one who
(3) . . . . . . . . . . about the time you spend talking on the phoïne, as he has to pay for the bills. Dad is
someone who will support you in a(n) (4) . . . . . . . . . . if he believes you to be right. He is someone who
reads your school (45) . and treats if it is good . a dad likes to come into a nice happy home evening, and
settle back in his chair with a newspaper . he likes to recall his National Service days .
1. A. man B. someone C. person D. anyone
2. A.bringing B. taking C.picking D.carrying
3. A. explains B. shouts C. complains D. groans
4. A. talk B. discussion C. disagreement D. argument
5. A. report B. result C. record D. review
B. Parents speak in a different way to young children. They are not aware of doing this, but they actually
change the way they speak. When a baby says its first words, its parents speak very clearly to it. They stop
making the kinds of errors which are usually so common in ordinary speech, they also speak to the baby in a
slightly higher voice, finally, they usually ask simple questions and do not use many statements.
1. Parents often speaks to young children in a very kind way.
2. Most parents know they change their way of speaking to their children.
3. Parents generally speak in a clear way to young children.
4. They also speak correctly and do not make mistakes
5. They often say nice things to make babies happy.
6. They never ask young children questions.
D. WRITING: Use these jumbled sets of suggested words to write a passage
1. The teacher/ wanted/ students/ listen/ news/ careful.
2. The teacher told/ there be/ examination/ following week.
3. Students / said/ they/ not/ happy/ hear/ news.
UNIT 2: CULTURAL DIVERSITY
I. Read and put the words with italicized letters in the right column /t / /d / /Id/
Passed realized wished touched enjoyed
Moved achieved liked wicked jumped
wanted hissed traveled suited beloved
II. Fill in each gap with a word from the box:
Counterpart obliged equal maintenance contractual ceremony preceded
rim confidence significant rejected marriage
1. The Foreign Minister held talks with his Chinese . . . . . . . . . .
2. The UN has the responsibility of the . . . . . . . . . . of international peace.
3. She has every . . . . . . . . . . in her student s’ abilities'
4. They reminded him of his . . . . . . . . . . obligations
5. I'd be . . . . . . . . . . if you would keep this to yourself.
6. His resignation was . . . . . . . . . . by weeks of speculation.
7. He looked at them over the . . . . . . . . . . of his glass.
8. Imperfect articles are . . . . . . . . . . by our quality control
9. Can our industry compete on . . . . . . . . . . terms with its overseas rivals?
10. The wedding preparation takes weeks but the actual . . . . . . . . . . takes less than an hour.
11. An arranged . . . . . . . . . . is the one in which the parents choose a husband or wife for their child.
12. Your work has shown a . . . . . . . . . . improvement.
III/ Supply the correct form of the word in bold
1. While girls lack . . . . . . . . . . boys often over estimated their abilities (confide)
2. Your medical records are strictly . . . . . . . . . . , we keep them in secret. (confide)
3. Housework has . . . . . . . . . . been regarded as women's work. (tradition)
4. The school pays for heating and the . . . . . . . . . . of the buildings.(maintain)
5. The two sets of figures are not . . . . . . . . . . different (significant)
6. they were very . . . . . . . . . . and offered to wait for us ( oblige)
7. the speakers came on to the platform in the order of . . . . . . . . . . (precede)
8. Both methods rely on the accurate . . . . . . . . . . of the pressure of the gas . (determine)
9. in the nursing profession , women are in the . . . . . . . . . . (major)
10. The room is arranged very . . . . . . . . . . (attract)
III/ Choose the best answer :
1. ______any letters from him lately?
A. Do you receive B. Have you received C. Are you receiving D. Had you received
2. I_______a meeting at the office this time tomorrow, so you can phone me later in the evening.
A. have B. have had C. will have had D. will be having
3. She said she ______that film years before.
A. saw B. has seen C. had seen D. would see
4. They couldn’t help ______when they heard the little boy singing a love song.
A. laugh B. laughing D. to laugh D. laughed
5. I remember ____them to play in my garden.
A. to allow B. allow C. allowing D. allowed
6. Your eyes are red.______, darling?
A. Are you cried B. Do you cry C. Will you cry D. Have you been crying
7. While my mother _____a film on TV, my father was cooking dinner. It was March 8
th
yesterday.
A. watched B. was watching C. had watched D. was watched
8. I couldn’t find Jo at the party last night. If I _____him, we ‘d have been happy.
A. meet B. met C. had met D. have met
9. We ____him ten days ago.
A. see B. saw C. have seen D. will see
10. We ______for him for 10 minutes.
A. wait B. will have waited C. have been waiting D. waited
4. One of students/ told teacher / it/ Christmas/ following week.
5. She /said / she/ not/ready/ examination.
6. Other students/ said/ they/ happier/ if/teacher/ delay/exam.
7. The teacher said/ time/ not / changed.
8. The teacher said/ students/ have/ follow/ school plan.
9. All students/ made/ sad/ news.
10. They/ had/ work/ hard/ during/ Christmas.
11. He found a watch while he _____in the street.
A. had walked B. walked C. was walking D. had been walking
12. When I ___John, he ______from his university already.
A. met/ graduated B. had met/ graduated C. met/ had graduated D/ had met/ had
graduated
13. When I was younger, I ____smoke or drink.
A. wasn’t used B. didn’t used C. never used D. not used
14. The teacher spend an hour _____the new lesson. (explain/to explain/ explaining/explained)
15. A lot of young people are very fond of_____football.
A. play B. to play C. playing D. played
16. Your house needs ____
A. redecorated B. redecorating C. being decorating D. to decorate
17. I meant to got up early but I forgot _____up my alarm clock.
A. wind B. to wind C. winding D. wound
18. Do you remember both of us wearing sunglasses to avoid _______by the supervisors?
A. to recognize B. to be recognized C. recognizing D. being recognized
19. There’s no point ____ a fuss over it.
A. to make B. making C. being made d to be made
20. She told him_____up late.
A. no to staying B. that he not stayed C. to stay not D. not to stay
21. Practice ______English anywhere you can is a way to better your speaking skill.
A. to speak B. speak C. speaking D. for speaking
22. Your hair is long. Are \you going to _____?
A. have it cut B. have cut it C. be cutting it D. have it cutting
23. He let the letter ______onto the floor. (fall/ falls/falling/ fell)
24. Our teacher advised us _____hard to pass the exams. (study/ studied/ studying/ to study)
25. The custom was born because the practice was spread ______the nation. (of/ throughout/out of/at)
26. Every in our class ______his suggestion. (agrees with/ agrees to/ agree to/ agree with)
27. ______Christmas Eve, people often have parties late at midnight.(In/ On/ At/ From)
28. She was born______ April 15, 1986. (at/ in/ since/ on)
29. I last met her _______October last year. (since/ in/ on/ for)
30. We haven’t seen each other _____last January. (for/ on/ since/ in)
31. My house is not too far _____my school (from/ away/ about/off)
32. Mary was standing _____front of her desk. (on/ at/ in/ from)
33. They stepped ____the stairs may times just for fun.(to and fro/back and forth/up and down)
34. Alice has been absent ___the lat two classes. (in/ away/ from/ for)
35. After making a tour of Singapore, my father arrived ____Tan Son Nhat airport last night.(at/ in /into /
for )
36. My sister is quick ___playing computer games. (with/ in/ about/at)
37. I’m looking forward ______receiving your email soon. (at/ to/ in/ for)
38. When do you plan to leave _____Da Nang? (to/ for/into/at)
39. She is always borrowing money ______me. (from/ to/of/ in)
40. His illness prevents him _____coming to the party. ( with/ of/ for/ from)
41. Steven, _____career excelled in the film industry, is one of the leading figures in Hollywood.(that /
whose/ whom/ who
42. I missed the train________ catch to work. (which usually/that usually/ usually for me/ I usually)
52. You’ll see my house _______you cross the street. (because/ where/ when/ although)
53. No sooner had he come home ______he knew he had dropped his wallet. (when/after/than/then)
54. He wouldn’t have failed his exams _______he hadn’t been ill. (unless/if/in case/although)
55. What will you do when you ________ away for the weekend?(go/ will go/ won’t/ going)
56. ______ you change your mind, I won’t be able to help you.(If only/Because/Unless/ Provided)
57. If I saw a tiger walking past me, I ______ a tree. (climb/will climb/would climb/ had to climb)
58. It is such an important matter _____I can’t decide anything about it myself. (so/because/that/if)
59. He hid that letter in a drawer ______no one could read it. (so that/ although/because/ than)
60. ______Tom was unable to see anything, he knew someone was in his room.
( Because / In case / If / Even though)
61. No one else in the class plays the guitar _____John. (as well/ as far as/ so well as/ as soon as)
62. The town was nearer ___we thought it would be. (then/that/ as/ than)
63. __Some scientists use lasers for military purposes, others use them in medicine.(When / While / Until /
However)
64. Huong didn’t participate in the contest ______her lack of confidence.(because/because of/since/ despite)
65. ______all my warnings, he tried to fix the computer himself. (Instead of/In spite of/ Although/ Because)
66. Mr. Brown has ___many patients___ he is always busy.( too/ that / very/ until such/ that so/ that)
67. Peter wanted to win the race. He ran_(so fast as he can /fast as he could /fast as he can /as fast as he could)
68. Susan is looking for something ____( eat/ to eating/ to eat/ eating)
69. English _____in many countries in Africa. (speaks/ is speaking/ is spoken/ has spoken)
70. A new bridge over the river ____at present. (constructed/ is constructed/ is constructing/ is being constructed)
71. The school boy ______in the accident.(seriously injured / seriously was injured / was seriously injured / to
be injured seriously)
72. The house really needs _____ (for repainted/ to be repainting/being repainted/repainting)
73. _____ that the earth is round.(It is believed/ The belief/People are believed/ There is believed)
74. I will have my brother_______ the motor-bike for me. (repair/to repair/repairing/repaired)
75. She was made ___over the passport. (hand/ to hand/handing/handed)
TEST 2:
1. What beautiful eyes....................
A. does she have B. she has C. has she D. she doesn't have
2. .................. the storm, the ship couldn't reach its destination on time.
A. In case of B. In spite of C. Because of D. But for
3. He completely.................. with what I said.
A. accepted B. complained C. agreed D. argued
4. He hurried................ he wouldn't be late for class.
A. since B. as if C. unless D. so what
5. If she............... rich, she would travel around the world.
A. would be B. is C. has been D. were
6. Mary was the last applicant....................
A. to be interviewed B. to be interviewing C. to interview D. to have interviewed
7. Argentina................... Mexico by one goal to nil in the match
A. beat B. scored C. won D. knocked
8. The cat was................. to wait for the mouse to come out of its hole.
A. patient enough B. so patient C. enough patient D. too patient
9. I can't find my purse anywhere; I must................. it at the cinema.
A. leave B. have left C. be leaving D. have been leaving
10. ................... of the workers has his own work.
A. Every B. Each C. Other D. All
11. The equipment in our office needs.................
A. moderner B. modernizing C. modernized D. modernization
12. The felt................. when the failed the exams the second time.
A. discouraged B. annoyed C. undecided D. determined
TEST UNIT 1 & 2 &3
43. They are excellent students ________I have complete confidence. (who/ whom/ that/ in whom)
44. They’re my two brothers,_ ___are architects like me. They don’t like the job.( both of those / neither of
whom / neither / who neither )
45. This is the girl ____father owns the biggest shop in the area.(Who/ which/whom/whose)
46. Cameron, ___directed “the Titanic”, is one of the leading faces in Hollywood. (That /whose /whom / who
)
47. He wanted to know the reason _______ I was late. (that/ why/ when/ which)
48. The children _______ parents work late are taken home by bus. (that/whom/whose/which)
49. The place ______we spent our holiday was really beautiful. (what/ Who/ Where/ which)
50. They couldn’t finish it ______there was no adequate support. (because/why/because of/so long)
51. I cut myself ______I was shaving. (while/until/ during/ by the time)
13 I have bought a present for my mother, and now I need some...............
A. paper wrapper B. wrap paper C. wrapped paper D. wrapping paper
14. Computer is one of the most important................... of the 20th century.
A. inventing B. inventories C. inventions D. inventors
15. It was really kind............... you to help those poor people.
A. by B. of C. at D. to
16. If you had taken my advice, you.............. in such difficulties.
A. won't be B. hadn't been C. wouldn't be D. wouldn't have been
17. Hair colour is one of.................. characteristics to be used in identifying people.
A. the most obviously B. most obvious C. obviously the most D. the most obvious
18. My cat would not have bitten the toy fish................ it was made of rubber.
A. if she has known B. if she should knownC. had she known D. if she knew
19. They will stay there for some days if the weather............... fine.
A. would be B. was C. is D. will be
20. He is too ....................... to lend me his bicycle.
A. selfish B. enthusiastic C. helpful D. pleasant
PREPARING A DINNER PARTY
Giving a dinner party is a wonderful way of entertain people. You can also make new friends and give
others the chance to get to know each other better.
It needs planning, though. First, make a guest list, with different kinds of people and a mixture of women
and men. Don’t invite couples because they aren’t so much fun.
When you know who can come, find out what they like to eat and drink. Note down any who are
vegetarians, or who can’t eat or drink certain things for religious seasons.
Then plan their menu. Include a first course, a choice of main courses and a dessert, plus lots of people’s
favourite drinks.
The next thing to do is the shopping. Make sure buy more than enough of everything, and that someone
can help you carry it!
On the day, start cooking early. Give people appetizers like Greek mezze or Spanish tapas, so they don’t
get hungry if they have to wait. Serve the delicious meal, sit down with your guests and have a good time –
you’ve earned it!
21. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as the purpose of giving a dinner party?
A. to entertain people. B. to make new friends.
C. to get people to know more about their host and hostess. D. to help people to know each other better.
22. when giving a dinner party, you should NOT invite ........................ .
A. husbands and wives. B. those who are vegetarians.
C. both women and men. D. those who can’t eat or drink certain things.
23. The menu should include these EXCEPT ..........................
A. a first course B. a supper C. a dessert D. main courses
24. According to the passage, starters should be served ...........................
A. because the guests want to have a good time together B. because the guests like eating th
V. COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE WITH A SUITABLE WORD IN THE BOX
caring responsibility household close-knit
I / pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.
1. A . books B. bats C. days D. photographs
2. A. dates B. matches C. boxes D. cases
3. A. feels B. stops C. arrives D. loves
4. A. goes B. choose C. intense D. lose
5. A. kits B. kids C. bags D. halves
6. A. does B. moves C. loves D. finishes
7. A.. house B. mouse C. pause D. nurse
8. A. works B. stops C. shifts D. plays
9. A. planted B. naked C. knocked D. mended
10. A. stopped B. arrived C. faced D. faxed
11. A. walked B. explained C. helped D. missed
12. A. concerned B. waited C. loved D. supposed
13. A. obliged B. determined C. believed D. kissed
14. A. perfect B. together C. certain D. verbal
15. A. union B. under C. fun D. uncertain
16. A. book B. should C. rude D. look
17. A. suggestion B. attention C. attraction D. situation
18. A. soil B. choice C. point D. coincide
19. A. suppose B. approach C. show D. probably
20. A. show B. showerC. down D. allow
21. A. fear B. near C. heard D. beard
II/ Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
1. A. romanticism B. majority C. attitude D. contractual
2. A. oblige B. maintain C. reject D. survey
3. A. partnership B. marriage C. summary D. attractive
4. A. protect B. process C. polite D. confide
5. A. ceremony B. celebration C. composition D. generation
III. Put the words in the correct column

●• •●

Attract verbal discuss
common person student
instance polite signal
across formal suppose
allow accept teacher
return
IV. COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE WITH A WORD IN THE BOX
ago until while since
than before yesterday when
1. She didn’t come to my birthday party........................ .
2. She had never seen a camel........................ she came to the Sahara.
3. We haven’t seen him...................... we left school.
4. We were playing tennis ...................it rang.
5. Tom was going over his lessons.................. his younger sister was making a dress for her doll.
6. Our family moved to New York a year................... .
7. We had checked all the price ............................. we bought this laptop.
8. She had no sooner left home ..................... it began to rain.
21. While I …………. last night, Tom telephoned me.
willing project supportive mischievous
1. The committee has set up an inner city housing......................
2. She always helps her mother with....................... chores.
3. The new job means taking on more......................... .
4. These children are sometimes .....................but obedient and hardworking.
5. You can phone me whenever you need. I’m always ............ to help you.
6. My teacher is a .............. woman.
7. She was very ............... during my father’s illness.
8. The people in my village live in a ............................... community.
VI. Choose the correct answer:
1. Tom was disappointed that most of the guests…….. when he……. at the party.
A. left / had arrived B. left / arrived C. had left / had arrived D. had left /arrived
2. My brother …… while he……. bicycle and hurt him self.
A. fell/ was riding B. was falling / rode C. had fallen / was riding D. had fallen /rode
3. Helen ….. her keys in the office so she had to wait until her husband …… home.
A. has left / comes B. left / had come C. had left/ came D. had left / would come
4. She …..her lesson from seven to nine last night.
A. did B. had done C. was dong D. has been doing
5. Janet …… some washing this time yesterday.
A. is doing B. had done C. was doing D. did
6. We were told that the workers ….. an old bridge at that time.
A. were repairing B. are repairing C. repaired D. would repair
7. She suddenly remembered that she …… her keys at home.
A. had forgotten B. has left C. has forgotten D. had left
8. We…. to catch the 9.30 train, but we…..it was gone.
A. had hoped / found B. hoped / had found C. hope / have found D. have hoped / found
9. ….. that dress when your boyfriend saw you in the street ?
A. Have you won B. Did you wear C. Were you wearing D. Are you wearing
10. When their first child was born , they……… for three years.
A. had been married B. had got married C. had married D. got married
11. I first met Lisa three years ago. She ……at a radio shop at that time.
A. had worked B. was working C. has happened D. had happened
12. The last time I …….Jane, she ……. cotton in the field.
A. had seen / was picking B. saw / picked C. had seen / picked D. saw / was picking
13. Mary….. a dress when she cut her finger.
A. made B. is making C. was making D. makes
14. 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
15. You ...................... your new hat when I ...................... you yesterday.
A. were wearing/ had met B. wore/ had met C. wore/ was meeting D. were wearing/ met
16. As I .................... the glass, it suddenly ...................... into two pieces.
A. cut/ broke B. was cutting/ broke C. cut/ was breaking D. was cutting/ had broken
17. A burglar .................. into the house while we ................... television.
A. broke/ were watching B. broke/ watched C. had broken/ watched D. broke/ had watched
18.When I ............................... home, I ........................... a phone call.
A. got/ received B. was getting/ was receiving C. got/ had received D. had got/ had received
19.They ................. small cups of coffee after they ..................... dinner.
A. had drunk/ finished B. drank/ finished
C. were drinking/ finished D. drank/ had finished
20) It was midnight. Outside it ........................... very hard.
A. rains B. rained C. had rained D. was raining
IV. Choose the word/phrase that would not be appreciate.
1. He asked if I can make an appointment.
A. watch B. watched C. was watching D. am watching
22. My brother ……….. while he ……… his bicycle and hurt himself.
A. fell/ was riding B. was falling /rode
C. had fallen/rode D. had fallen/was riding
23. She was thoughtfully looking at him while he a newspaper.
A. read B. was reading C. has read D. has been reading
24. While I the floor, Mrs Paker began cooking.
A. swept B. was sweeping C. has swept D. has been sweeping
25. I Ann at her father’s house twenty years ago and her ever since.
A. met/ have knownB. was meeting/ knew C. met knew D. have met/ was working
26. Higher education in the US in 1636 when the first colonists Harvard College.
A. has began/ founded B. began/ have founded
C. began/ founded D. was beginning/ have founded
27. when Jack me, I a letter.
A. was phoning/ wrote B. phoned/ has been writing
C.phoned/ was writing D. has phoned/ was writing
28.I my report when you entered the hall.
A. made B. have been making C. was making D. have made
29. They the new words yesterday from three to seven.
A. learnt B. have been learning C. have learnt D. were learning
30. She this exercise yesterday at 8 o’clock.
A. wrote B. has written C. has been writing D. was writing
31. My mother often morning exercises
A. do B. does C. doing D. has done
32. She some cakes yesterday at2 p.m.
A.make B. has been making C. has made D. was making
33. He me to the party yesterday.
A. invited B. has invited C. has been invited D. was inviting
34. He a book two days ago.
A. read B. has been reading C. was reading D. has read
35.Miss Brown’s telephone when she .
A. rang/ dressed B. was ringing/ was dressing
D. was ringing/ dresses D. rang/ was dressing
36. When he into the office, the secretary a crosswords puzzle.
A. came/ was doing B. was coming/ was doingC. was coming/ did D. came/ did
37. While I for him to call up, he a good time in the bar.
A. waited/ was having B. have waited/ was having
C. was waiting/ have had D. was waiting/ was having
38. They this film last week.
A. have seen B. saw C. have been seeing D. were seeing
39. She the picture when I came.
A. painted B. has painted C. was painting D. have been
40.They the new words yesterday from three till seven.
A. learnt B. were learning C. have learnt D. have been learning
41. She dishes already.
A. was washing B. washed C. has washed D. has been washing
42. They supper when the telephone rang.
A. had B. have had C. were having D. have been having
43. I you for ages.
A. didn’t meet B. haven’t met C. was not meeting D. haven’t been meeting
44. While she , she the doorbell, then voices.
A. was washing up/ heard B. washed up/ has heard
C. has heard/ was hearing D. was washing up/ was hearing
2. It’s the first time I saw this film
3. Mike told that he was leaving the next day, not then.
4. They asked us to not talk about the matter any more.
5. She said she works eight hours a day except Sunday.
PARENTS’ DREAMS
Parents often have dreams for their children’s future. They hope their children will have a better life than
they had. They dream that their children will do things that they couldn’t do. Parents who come to the U.S
from foreign countries hope their children will have better education here. They think their children will have
more career choices and more successful lives. They make many sacrifices so that their children will have
more opportunities. They think their children will remain close to them because of this. Some children
understand and appreciate these sacrifices and remain close to their parents. However, other children feel
ashamed that their parents are so different from other Americans.
1. Parents often dream of ......................................
A. their children’s making a lot of money in the future.
B. one day seeing their children become famous people. C. one day living on their children’s money.
D. a bright future for their children.
2. Parents who come home from U.S from foreign countries hope that .....
A. their children will have a lot of careers. B. their children become successful directors.
C. their children will have more opportunities for good education.
D. their children will make a lot of sacrifices.
3. Parents think their children will remain close to them because...........
A. they give their children a lot of money. B. of the sacrifices
C. they know their children will be successful in the future. D. they are living in a foreign country.
4. The word career in line 5 is closest in meaning to ............................
A. education B. travel C. subject D. profession
5. The word close in line 7 is closest in meaning to ............................
A. dear B. friendly C. helpful D. kind
TIME OFF IN MEXICO
Mexico is a country of contrasts: the stunning beauty of its beaches and jungle against the
endlessly fascinating capital. Mexico City is polluted and overcrowded on the one (1...) but also alive with
art and music on the other. The buses play (2....) music continuously and the local bands play in the (3.....)
square at night. In the market during the day , you will (4.....) across beautiful local crafts at remarkably low
(5.....) . A trip to the cinema or on the underground during the rush ( 6...) are both unforgettable
experiences .Most entertainment centers in the city are built for the masses , so sitting in the cinema is like
being in a huge football (7...) . Away from the capital ,many year- round resorts have( 8..) up along the coats.
Hotels line the beach, most with ( 9...) swimming pools., and there are facilities for( 10....) part in most
water reports . Inland, the scenery is (11.....) and the wildlife is amazing .The butterflies are the (12....) of
your hand and the ( 13....)colours of the birds will remain in your(14....) long after you have returned home.
(15.....) if you have the opportunity to spend time in Mexico, take it!
1. A. side B. hand C. part D. view
2. A. habitual B. customary C. historical D. traditional
3. A. main B. important C. major D. primary
4. A. take B. bring C. come D. go
5. A. cost B. fees C. fares D. prices
6. A. time B. hour C. period D. stage
7. A. park B. court C. pitch D. ground
8. A. sprung B. jumped C. risen D. mounted
9. A. peculiar B. particular C. private D. personal
10. A. playing B. making C. doing D. taking
11. A. breathless B. breathtaking C. out of breath D. breathable
12. A. size B. measure C. volume D. depth
13. A. brilliant B. polished C. shiny D. reflective
3. We work in....... rooms, so I only see him at lunch time.->...................................
4. His friends congratulated him on being ........ as leader of the national team.->...................
UNIT 4
I. TICK ( √ ) THE CORRECT COLUMN ACCORDING TO THE STRESS PATTERNER OF
THE WORD.
stress pattern

Word

●•• •●• ••●
September
separate
dependent
government
achievement
engineer
disruptive
conference
disappear
commercial
II. VOCABULARY
1. English, mathematics, and chemistry are different sorts of ........ at school.
A. objects B. subjects C. time –tables
2. In Vietnam ,children must go to school between ages of 5 and 11. It is.............. .
A. optional B. compulsory C. necessary
3. The...... is everything that is taught in a school.
A. curriculum B. syllabus C. plan
4. The person who is in charge of a school is called .......... or the headmistress.
A. master B. school leader C. headmaster
5. In Vietnam, the school year is divided into two........ .
A. periods B. semesters C. times
6. Education from 6 to 18 is divided into two levels – primary and ............. .
A. secondary B. tertiary C. second level
7. A school where the pupils are made up of both boys and girls is called a ........ .
A. single – sex B. combined C. co – education
8. The teaching ...... are the teachers working in a school.
A. group B. people C. staff
III. COMPLETE THE CHART BELOW; FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH A SUITABLE
WORD IN THE CHART
VERB NOUN ADJACTIVE
divide
category
achieve
select
require
compulsory
separate
1. What do you think was the greatest scientific .......... of the twentieth century ? ->..............
2. Do you have a good command of English and a qualification in trading ? You must meet all
the..... to be admitted to the company.->..............................
5. The boy seemed unsatisfied with the unfair........... of money.
6. I don’t want to ....... you do what you don’t like, but I really think you should.->..............
IV. Choose the word which has the stress pattern differently from that of the others.
1. A. September B. beginning C. parallel D. dependent
2 A. division B. primary C. educate D. general
3. A. government B. requirement C. history D. national
4. A. tuition B. awarded C. disruptive D. nursery
5. A. carefully B. material C. actually D. library
6. A. condition B. reference C. cinema D. politics
7. A. favorite B. separate C. cigarette D. organize
8. A. however B. magazine C. computer D. example
9. A. heritage B. engagement C. element D. average
10. A. temporary B. kangaroo C. handkerchief D. thinkable
11. A. instead B. interesting C. expected D. resources
12. A. figure B. double C. different D. support
13. A. research B. decrease C. available D. government
V. Use the correct form of the word in brackets :
1. The (academy)in Viet Nam runs from September to May and is divided into two terms.
2. He’s very (dependent)- minded young man.
3. There have been a lot of improvements in the state ( educate) system recently.
4. (general) speaking ,it’s quite fair settlement.
5. Is military service (compulsion) in your country?
6. How often do you take part in extra – curricular (act) ?
7. He’s an ( advance) student of English .He can speak and write English perfectly now.
8. She was ( award) a medal for bravery.
VI . Read the passage and choose one correct answer for each question.
The nuclear family, consisting of a mother, father, and their children may be more an
American ideal than an American reality. Of course, the so-called traditional American family
was always more varied than we had been led to believe, reflecting the very different racial,
ethnic, class, and religious customs among different American groups.
The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one third of all current
American families fit the traditional mold and another third consists of married couples who
either have no children or have none still living at home. Of the final one third, about 20 percent
of the total number of American households is single people, usually women over sixty-five
years of age. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the total, consists of unmarried people who
choose to live together; and the rest, about 7 percent, are single, usually divorced parents, with
at least one child.
1) With what topic is the passage mainly concerned?
A. the traditional American family B. The nuclear family.
C. The ideal family. D. The current American family.
2) The writer implies that ........................ .
A. racial, ethnic, and religious groups have preserved the traditional family structur
B. the ideal American is the best structure.
C. fewer married couples are having children.
D. there has always been a wide variety of family arrangements in the U.S
3) Who generally constitutes a one-person household?
A. A single man in his twenties B. A single woman in her late sixties
C. An elderly man D. A divorced woman.
4) According to the passage, married couples whose children have grown or who have no
children represent .............................. .
A. 7 percent of households B. 20 percent of households
C. 33,3 percent of households D. 3 percent of households
5) The word current in line 7 is closest in meaning to ...................
A. present B. contemporary C. now D. modern
17. I have expected ......................... the secret of happiness.
TEST YOURSELF
I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.
1. A. brings B. leaves C. coughs D. days
2.A. goes B. shoes C. knows D. uses
3. A. tastes B. washes C. buses D. arranges
4. A. derived B. cleaned C. cancelled D. guessed
5. A. promoted B. added C. pressed D. founded
II. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
1. A. social B. conduct C. survey D. value
2. A. marvelous B. attention C. consider D. excited
3. A. verbal B. whistle C. precede D. marriage
4. A. attract B. decide C. reject D. beauty
5. A. solution B. suitable C. confidence D. family
III. Vocabulary and structure
1.Don’t worry. I’ll ....... you a hand with the washing up.
A. borrow B. give C. return D. take
2.It’s not easy to change people’s ...... toward a certain problem.
A. attitude B. idea C. opinion D. thinking
3. Why don’t you make it bigger and more colourful in order to ....... people/s attention.
A. keep B. hold C. attract D. raise
4. Non – verbal ....... such as waving, nodding or shaking of the head also have cultural meanings.
A. signs B. signals C. hints D. marks
5. She........ this cool pair of blue sunglasses.
A. is just buying B. has just boughtC. had just bought D. is just going to buy.
6. Then, he....... something that his boss........ sometime before.
A. remembered/had said B. had remembered/said
C. remembered/ was saying D. was remembering / said
7. They explained that they ....... a slight technical problem.
A. would have B. were having C. are having D. have had
8. He....... that she had been chosen to play in the national team.
A. said her B. told C. talked to her D. told her
9. They wanted to know ...... in the area .
A. how long would you stay B. if you would stay how long
C. how long you would stay D. how long will you stay
10. She asked me........ you work on the project.
A. if you had finished B. whether you finished
C. you had finished D. if you have finished
11. The man wanted to avoid ...................... on security cameras.
A. to see B. seeing C. to be seen D. being seen
12. Peter ........................ to go in for the exam.
A. avoided B. let C. advised D. decided
13. I tried ........................... the bus, but I missed it.
A. to catch B. catching C. to be caught D. being caught
14. The plants want ........................... daily.
A. to water B. watering C. to be watered D. being water
15. Will you remind me .................... this letter at the post office?
A. to post B. posting C. to be posted D. being posted
16. The goods ought ....................... two weeks ago.
A. to deliver B. delivering C. to be delivered D. being delivered
A. to tell B. telling C. to be told D. being told
18. John had agreed ......................... me in his office.
A. to meet B. meeting C. to be met D. being met
19. It’s important for the figures ......................... regularly.
A. to update B. updating C. to be updated D. being updated
20.It's ............a nice day ............we should do something.
A. either/or B. neither/nor C. so/that D. such/that
21. Did you enjoy the show last night? – Yes, but I wish I ............a cold
A. hadn't B. didn't have C. hadn't had D. wouldn't have
22. I called on Mary yesterday; she ............a meal at the time
A. cooked B. was cooking C. had cooked D. wouldn't have
23. ............beautiful dress you have on!
A. What B. What a C. How D. How a
24.Do I have to take that French course? – No, you ............
A. needn't B. mustn't C. haven't D. don't have
25. This is the first time I ............the experiment on plant breeding.

A. do B. did C. would do D. have done
26. We are ............him to arrive at any moment
A. wishing B. hoping C. expecting D. waiting
27. ............being tired, I went for a picnic with my family.
A. That B. Since C. Although D. Despite
28. “ She tea”, let’s go to the dinning room”.
A. was making B. made C. has made D. has been making
29. The library by the time I there.
A. had closed/ got B. closed/ got C. closed/ had got D. has closed/ got
30. When my friend , I an exercise for an hour.
A. was coming/ had been doing B. came/ was doing
C. was coming/ has been doing D. cam/ had been doing
31.. Don’t bother her. She her French lesson; she always it in the morning.
A. takes/ is taking B. is taking/ takes C. takes/ takes D. is taking/ is taking
IV/ Read the passage and choose one correct answer for each question.
GOING TO A WEDDING
I am going to a wedding ... (1) ... Saturday. My great friend, Marie, and her fianceù, George,
are getting married. They have known each other for five years, but they have only been going
out together a short time. I must say, we were all rather ... (2) ... when they announced that they
were engaged.
The wedding will be in the church near Marie’s home and afterwards there will be a party in
the Church Hall. There will be almost a hundred ... (3) ... at the party. Besides both ... (4) ...
families, all Marie’s friends from college will be at the wedding and Marie and George have
also ... (5) ... a lot of people from the office where they both work. The party should be great
fun. There will be lots of food and drinks. There is also going to be a band. We all expect that it
will go on until late in the evening.
5. A. last B. next C. at D. from
6. A. delightful B. surprised C. amazing D. shocking
7. A. visitors B. guests C. members D. crowds
8. A. my B. their C. her D. his
9. A. called B. discussed C. met D. invited

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