119 CHƯƠNG TRÌNH hỗ TRỢ 2k1,2k2,2k3 CHỦ đề FRIENDSHIP(KEYS)
CHƯƠNG TRÌNH HỖ TRỢ 2K1,2K2,2K3 (CHỦ ĐỀ FRIENDSHIP) Compiled by Mrs Trang Anh Facebook: Mrstranganh87 A. Choose the correct words or phrases that best complete the passage. Dear Jane, I'm sorry for not (1) ______ to you for two months. In my postcard sent to you when I was on vacation in July, I told you about a new friend of (2) ____, Lisa Moran, who lives near my uncle's farm in Napan Valley, California. You may be curious to know what she is (3) ______. Well, Lisa is of our age - 17 - and not very tall or slim. In fact, she has (4) ______ rounded shoulders and a plump face. The best (5) ______ on Lisa's face are her green eyes and the two dimples on her checks. She (6) ______ lively with her hair cut short and dressed in (7) ______ clothes - jeans and a T-shirt. When I first met her at my cousin's birthday party, I was attracted by her (8) ______ and pleasingly direct manners. Curiously enough, Lisa has the same (9) ______ in music as you and I. That's (10) ______ about Lisa for the moment. How have you been doing with your school work? Please write soon. Best wishes Ann Mayfield 1. a. write b. to write c. writing
d. wrote 2. a. I b. me c. my d. mine 3. a. looking b. like c. seen d. similar 4. a. slightly b. hardly c. scarcely d. reasonably 5. a. aspects b. points c. features d. marks 6. a. feels b. seems c. appears d. looks 7. a. casual b. formal c. sports d. trendy 8. a. light-hearted b. high-handed c. self-centered d. easy-going 9. a. taste b. hearing c. sense d. way 10. a. all b. enough c. end d. most B. Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answers. Having a best friend to confide in can bring a positive effect on our emotional health. An evening out with the closest friend may be the best guarantee of a good time. In fact, our best friend can prevent us from developing serious psychological problems such as depression and anxiety. Best friendship evolves with time - we cannot go out and pick our best friend. We become friends with people who share common interests – at school or through hobbies, for example.
Best friends have usually known each other for years and stuck together through good and bad times. If you haven't got one, perhaps you are being too distant from people, or focusing too much on your work.
11. A best friend can ________. a. give us a healthy life b. go out with us in the evening c. spend much time finding d. share joy and sadness with us 12. Close friends need to ________. a. study at the same school b. have the same interests c. pursue the same hobbies d. spend time together 13. According to the passage, ________. a. it takes a lot of time to make close friendships b. we can go out and choose a good friend easily c. best friends have good and bad times d. It’s very difficult to make lasting friendships 14. The word 'one' in the last paragraph refers to ________. a. good time b. bad time c. a friendship d. a close friend 15. Which of the following sentences is not mentioned? a. We often have satisfaction being with a close friend. b. the ties of close friendship will never be broken. c. An unsociable person may not have a close friend. d. Friendships need time to develop. C. Đọc kĩ đoạn văn sau, chọn phương án trả lời đúng nhất A hoặc B, C, D cho các câu hỏi sau. In the last few weeks I have spent every Saturday in my flat and have done nothing more exciting than work at home, read the newspapers, and watch television. I had begun feeling bored with this and so, last weekend I thought I would do something different. I phone several of my friends and we decided to go to London for the day. I was really excited as I hadn't been to London since I was ten. We decided to go by coach as this was the cheapest means of transport. In London we decided to take a sightseeing tour as we wanted to see some of the famous buildings. After the tour, we bought some sandwiches and ate them in a small park. In the afternoon some of us went shopping and the others went to the theater. We met up again at 6.30 pm and went to a small restaurant. The meal was really good, but, unfortunately, it took much longer than we had expected. We had to get a taxi back to the coach station. Luckily, we got there just two minutes before our coach left. 16. He felt so excited about going to London because _________________. A. He hadn't been there for 10 years B. He hadn't been there for a long time C. He hadn't been there before D. He went there 10 years ago 17. Why did they decide to go by coach? A. Because other means of transport were more expensive. B. Because it was expensive. C. Because they wanted to start early. D. Because they were excited about taking it to London. 18. Why did they have to catch a taxi? A. Because it was raining heavily. B. Because they were too tired to walk there. C. Because the coach station were very far from the restaurant. D. Because they didn't have enough time to walk to the coach station.
19. Which of the following is true? A. They made a sightseeing tour of London and then had lunch. B. They all went shopping before going to the theater. C. They left the city at 6.30 pm. D. They had lunch in a small restaurant 20. According to the passage, the writer __________________. A. feels bored with his tour. B. usually spend his weekend in London C. has lived in London for ten years. D. went to London with some of his friends D. Fill in each blank with one appropriate word from the box. terms words came pieces touch change last experience talk accent get make Meeting old school friends again can be a strange (1) experience. Some have changed so much that you can hardly recognize them: they speak with a different (2) accent, are interested in different things and all you can do is make small (3) talk and hope they'll go soon. Others, though you might have been out of (4) touch with them for years, are just the same as they always were - it's as if you (5) last saw them yesterday. Before you know it, you're exchanging (6) words about your families and friends, and setting out the (7) pieces for another game of chess. A few change for the better. There's one person that I (8) get on with very well now, though we weren't on speaking (9) terms for our last two years at school. One day, we met at a party and made it up and (10) came engaged the same evening. E. Read the passage carefully, then decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F). The proverb 'A friend in need is a friend indeed.' means that we shall know who our real friends are when we are in need. Those who desert us when we are in difficulty are just unfaithful friends. A true friend would remain with us whether we are rich or poor. Some people be friend the rich, simply for the sake of getting benefits from them. It is useless to have insincere friends because these friends remain with us as long as we are rich or powerful. It is better to have one or two good friends rather than having hundreds of insincere ones. A true friend will stand by us in our trials and tribulations. He will be a great source of consolation and comfort in our troubles. So we must be careful in choosing our friends. It is difficult to choose a sincere friend overnight; it takes years for us to find a sincere friend. 1. Real friends share everything we need. T 2. Unfaithful friends stop being our friends when we are in trouble. T 3. A rich friend is always a true friend. F 4. A true friend is always loyal to us and support us through our difficulties. T 5. It's not worth having a lot of friends. F 6. It may take a lot of time to find a real friend. T