I. Listen and state whether the following statements are true of false.
Who’s Broken a Window?
Question 1. Billy and Bobby were cousins.
Question 2. Their mother is going to cook lunch.
Question 3. The boys played for half an hour.
Question 4. Bobby broke a glass case in Mr Allen’s house.
Question 5. Bobby was the boy who didn’t cause the damage.
I. Choose the word that is stressed differently from that of the other words.
A. carefully B. correctly
C. seriously D. personally
A. excited B. confident
C. interested D. memorable
II. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.
A. account B. country
C. about D. sound
A. correction B. question
C. nation D. inspiration
A. gather B. earth
C. theater D. thank
III. Choose the best answer.
Question 11. Adolescence is the period of development ________ childhood and adulthood
A. for B. between
C. and D. from
Question 12. Your body will change in shape and________
A. height B. high
C. tall D. taller
Question 13. Lots of people choose to buy houses in the suburbs ___________ they can avoid the noise and pollution in the city.
A. although B. when
C. so that D.so as
Question 14. They can’t decide where _______ first
A. go B. to go
C. went D. going
Question 15. The two countries agreed to _____ full diplomatic relations.
A. give up B. set up
C. deal with D. over come
Question 16. It’s difficult to _____ changes in technology.
A. go with B. look through
C. keep up with D. turn up
Question 17. All the best theatres and restaurants are ___________ within a few minutes’ walk of each other.
A. situated B. laid
C. seated D. stood
Question 18. Would you like to live in a modern house or a(n) ___________ cottage?
A. picturesque B. awful
C. terrible D. bad
Question 19. You don’t like playing computer games, ___________ ?
A. do you B. don’t you
C. are you D. aren’t you
Question 20. My dad enjoys ___________ sports very much.
A. watch B. to watch
C. watching D. to watching
Question 21. She asked me if I ___________ music.
A. like B. will like
C. liked D. can like
Question 22. The new camera didn’t work, ___________ I took it back to the shop.
A. so B. if
C. such D. and
Question 23. We can’t go along here because the road ___________.
A. is repairing B. is repaired
C. is being repaired D. was repaired
Question 24. Every nation has respect for their long-preserved ______.
A. behaviours B. practices
C. traditions D. traditional
Question 25. He asked ___________ it was too early to apply for the course.
A. if B. for
C. when D. that
IV. Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the words given.
Question 26. Many cultural ____________ will be held tomorrow. (ACTIVITY)
Question 27. One of the ___________ in my hometown is the traditional Sunday market. (ATTRACT)
Question 28. I feel so _____________ because I can’t run as fast as my friends. (EMBARRASS)
Question 29. Thanks to television, people can get the latest ________around the world quickly. (INFORM)
Question 30. Do you know what is the most _____________ town in this region? (POPULARITY)
V. Read the text and decide if the following statements are True (T) or False (F)
Hoi An, once known as Faifo, with more than 2,000 years history, was the principal port of the Cham Kingdom. While the serious shipping business has long been moved to Da Nang, the heart of the city is still the Old Town, full of winding lanes and Chinese-styled shop-houses. Although almost all shops now cater to the tourist trade, the architecture has been largely preserved, which is unusual in Vietnam, and renovation has proceeded slowly and carefully.
However, the culture & heritage that this UNESCO World Heritage Site (WHS) was trying to preserve has faded away. Since 1999, when UNESCO WHS status was awarded, there has been a massive increase in tourism – with the result that most houses have been sold by the community to speculators and shop owners to be used for commercial purposes. The former community, and with it their culture and heritage, has gone and in their place are endless indistinguishable shops, restaurants, art galleries, etc. There are literally hundreds of tailor shops in Hoi An.
Question 31. Hoi An used to be a trading port.
Question 32. Da Nang has replaced Hoi An as a hub for shipping business
Question 33. There are more than 100 tailor shops in Hoi An
Question 34. The UNESCO World Heritage Site refers to Hoi An
Question 35. The culture and heritage of Hoi An has been largely preserved
VI. Read the text and choose the best answer.
ROOTED IN THE PAST
Good manners are a treasure to the people who possess them, as well as to the community they live in. Manners are taught, learnt, and passed from generation to generation. Even hundreds of years ago, children were taught to behave responsibly. They learnt to respect seniority. When they passed an object to another person, they had to use both hands. When they entered a room, they had to bow and greet the oldest person first. Boys learnt to work hard to support their families. Girls learnt to do housework, and to take care of others. Loyalty and honesty were highly appreciated. When they made a mistake, they would not let another person be punished for it. That would be cowardly and mean. They were taught that families were strong, and everybody should stick together in adversity. Fortunately, many of these values have been well preserved. They have contributed to making the unique Vietnamese culture, and strengthening our society.
Question 36. Good manners are _______________________.
A. value B. a treasure
C. a measure D. a leisure
Question 37. What did boys learn to do?
A.to respect seniority
B. to do housework
C. to support his family
D. to share good things
Question 38. ‘When they made a mistake, they would not let another person be punished for it,’ means they would ____.
A. deny their mistake
B. admit their mistake
C. keep it a secret
D. punish others
Question 39. The underlined word ‘they’ refers to _____.
A. tradition B. generations
C. children D. seniority
Question 40. The phrase ‘cowardly and mean’ is used to describe a(n)____________ behaviour.
A. acceptable B. good
C. proper D. unacceptable
|Question 1||F||Question 21||C|
|Question 2||F||Question 22||A|
|Question 3||T||Question 23||C|
|Question 4||F||Question 24||C|
|Question 5||T||Question 25||A|
|Question 6||B||Question 26|
|Question 7||A||Question 27|
|Question 8||B||Question 28|
|Question 9||B||Question 29|
|Question 10||A||Question 30|
|Question 11||B||Question 31||T|
|Question 12||A||Question 32||T|
|Question 13||C||Question 33||T|
|Question 14||B||Question 34||T|
|Question 15||B||Question 35||F|
|Question 16||C||Question 36||B|
|Question 17||A||Question 37||C|
|Question 18||A||Question 38||B|
|Question 19||A||Question 39||C|
|Question 20||C||Question 40||D|
Question 26. activities
Question 27. attractions
Question 28. embarrassed
Question 29. information
Question 30. popular