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Name:________________ Class:________ NHẮC NHỞ: HS SỬ DỤNG BÚT CHÌ TÔ KÍN Ô TRÒN ĐÁP ÁN KẾT CẤU ĐỀ THI HK1 – ANH 11- 2018- 2019 ( UNIT 4,6,7 + NGỮ PHÁP U5) MULTIPLE CHOICE I. LISTENING : 4 II.PRONUNCIATION : 2 III.STRESS : 2 IV.GRAMMAR - PREPOSITION : 2 - VOC : 2 - IF 1,2,3 : 2 - WORD FORM : 2 - SPEAKING : 2 V.ERROR : 2- tense, if , preposition , word form, reported speech VI.READING :5 VII.CLOZE TEST : 5 WRITING : Turn the following sentenses into indirect speech : + REPORTED SPEECH WITH INFINITIVE AND GERUND : 3 Ex: 'If I were you, I'd read the exam questions very carefully”, said he He advised me to read the exam questions very carefully. + CONDITIONAL IN REPORTED SPEECH : 2 Ex: “ If I catch the plane, I’ll be home by five,” he said. ®He said if he caught the plane, he would be home by five. Reducing clauses in the following sentences + VING - HAVING V3/ED – REDUCING CLAUSE : 3 Ex: When she saw the dog coming towards her, she quickly crossed the road. Seeing the dog coming towards her, she quickly crossed the road. ĐỀ CƯƠNG ÔN THI HK I ( K11) Unit 4,6,7 + Grammar Unit 5 UNIT 4 Reducing clauses: V-ing. Having-V3/ed. V3/ed 1.1.When she saw the dog coming towards her, she quickly crossed the road. ___________________________________________________________________ 2.If it is looked after carefully, the plant can live through the winter. ___________________________________________________________________ 3..As I don't have a credit card, I found it difficult to book an airline ticket over the phone. ___________________________________________________________________ 4.The house was built of wood, so it was clearly a fire risk. ___________________________________________________________________ 5.Since she didn't know where the theater was, she asked for directions at the hotel reception. ___________________________________________________________________ 6.As she is a nurse, she knows what to do after an accident. ___________________________________________________________________ 7.He had spent his childhood in Oslo so he knew the city well. ___________________________________________________________________ 8.We had spent nearly all our money so we couldn't afford to stay at a hotel. ___________________________________________________________________ 9.When Mary was running into the room, Mary caught her foot on a rug and fell. ___________________________________________________________________ 10.She entered the room suddenly. She found them smoking. ___________________________________________________________________ 11.They found the money. They began quarrelling about how to divide it. ___________________________________________________________________ 12.I knew that he was poor. I offered to pay his school fees. ___________________________________________________________________ 13.I knew that there were ants in the grass. I didn’t like to sit down. ___________________________________________________________________ UNIT 5,6 1.'If I were you, I'd read the exam questions very carefully, said he He advised________________________________________________________ 2.'Okay, I'll collect David from school.' said he He agreed_________________________________________________________ 3.I’ll fight the ban on smoking in public places.' Said he He promised______________________________________________________ 4.“You should give up smoking.” the doctor said to me The doctor advised__________________________________________________ 5.“Please, don’t smoke in my car.” Said he He asked_______________________________________________________ 6.“Would you like to come to my birthday party tomorrow, Sarah?” asked Tom. Tom invited___________________________________________________ 7.She said to me “ You should see a doctor about the pain in your knee” She advised__________________________________________________ 8.He said, “ would you like to come to my house for dinner?” He invited___________________________________________________ 9. “You won the scholarship. Congratulation,” Mary told me. Mary congratulated 10. “I’m sorry I’m late,” said Mr. Thanh. Mr. Thanh apologized 11. “I’m sorry I couldn’t come on Saturday,” said David David apologized 12. “Let’s invite Mr. Brown to the party next weekend” he said He suggested_____________________________________________________________ 13. “It’s was nice of you to help me with my homework,” Lan said to Hoa Lan thanked 14.'It was nice of you to invite me to your birthday party. Thanks very much.' Mike thanked ____________________________________________________________________ 15.'I'll pay for the meal.' Sarah insisted ____________________________________________________________________ 16.'We'll organize the Christmas party.' They promised_____________________________________________________________________ 17.'I hear you won the championship. Congratulations!' Dane congratulated _______________________________________________________________ 18. “ If I were you, I would help him,” he said. He advised ____________________________________________________________ 19.“ You should take a holiday,” John said. John advised 20.“ Would you like me to help you with the cooking, Tom?” Laura said.  Laura offered 21.“If I were you, I would join the voluntary team tomorrow, Tom.” said Mike. Mike advised 22.“ I’m sorry I’m late, said Mr Thanh. Mr Thanh apologized 23.“ Let’s all go to Lisbon!” they said. They suggested 24.“Let’s eat something and then go for a stroll” she said. She suggested 25.. "If I were you, I would take a break," Tom said to Daisy. Tom advised____________________________________________________________________________ 26.Mary said, “ Let’s go to a movie.” Mary suggested UNIT7 2.“ If I catch the plane, I’ll be home by five,” he said. ®He said 3.“ If I don’t practise my English , I won’t get any better,” she said. She said 4.“ What will you do if you miss your plane ? “ She asked 5.“ If you see Miss Irwin, you will give her my message.” my father said to me. My father told 6.“ If I come here next week, I will call you. “ Mrs. Smith said to Tom. Mrs. Smith told 7.If I were you, I wouldn’t buy that coat,” she said. She said ____________________________________________________________________________ 8.“ If you didn’t speak very quickly, the students could hear you well.” he said. He said 9.“If I had any money, I’d buy you a drink,” she said to me. She told 10.“ What would you do if you were having a problem with grammar, Jane?” Ann asked. ®Ann asked____________________________________________________________ 11.“ If you weren’t slow now, you could win the race.” She said 12.“ If I had sold my old car, I would have bought a new car. “ Peter said to Ann. Peter told 13.“ What would you have done if you had had a day off yesterday ?” My mum asked 14.“ If you had studied harder, you could have got good marks.” his teacher said. His teacher said PREPOSITION UNIT 4 1.The boys were taken ______ a fishing trip last weekend. A. in B. to C. on D. for 2.She frequently volunteers ______ extra work because she really likes her job. A. to B. for C. with D. in 3.We hope that students themselves will enjoy participating ______ the projects. A. in B. on C. at D. for 4.Each nation has many people who voluntarily take care______ others. A. in B. on C. to D. of 5.They give care and comfort ______ disadvantaged children. A. for B. to C. on D. at 6.National parks should be set ___________to save animals and plants. A. in B. to C. up D. for 7.Ann cleans __________ her house everyday. A. in B. to C. at D. up 8.They have learned __________ their parents a lot good things. A. in B. from C. up D. for UNIT 6 1.Thank you very much ___________lending me your bike. A. about B. in C. for D. of 2.The teacher explained the competition's rules ______ the students very carefully. A. to B. with. C. for . D. about 3.Most students are interested ______ the annual English Speaking Contests. A. on B. in C. with D. at 4.He apologized _______ not being able to complete the poem. A. in B. on C. of D. for 5.Her mother prevented her___________ going out tonight. A. against B. from C. about D. at 6.They try to find___________ the solution for that problem. A. against B. from C. out D. at 7.The students take part ___________ the final annual English Competition. A. in B. from C. out D. at 8.We congratulated him ___________getting married. A. with B. in C. to D. on UNIT 7 1.Like many other baby birds, ducklings are blind _______ birth. A. of B. at C. on D. from 2.Lack _______ food had stunted his growth. A. of B. in C. for D. on 3.Nigeria has a population _______ nearly 100 million. A. about B. in C. of D. with 4.Women do not content __________ their traditional roles any longer. A. on B. with C. up D. at 5.People are not aware ______ the problem of overpopulation. A. for B. in C. at D. of 6._____________the end of the street there is a path leading to the river. A. At B. With C. On D. Of. 7.This is a different car_____________ the one I drove yesterday. A. at B. from C. to D. on 8.What is the Messenger Call Service used _____________? A. of B. to C. for D. in IF CLAUSE 1.If you ________ English, you will get along with them perfectly. A. speak B. had spoken C. speaks D. spoke 2.My friend _______ me at the station if he gets the afternoon off. A. meets B. will meet C. would have met D. would meet 3.If my father ________ me up, I'll take the bus home. A. doesn’t pick B. don’t pick C. not pick D. picks 4._________ if you take a map. A. You will get lost B. You won’t get lost C. You would get lost D. You would have got lost 5.If I had time, I ________ shopping with you. A. went B. will go C. would go D. would have gone 6.If I had enough money, _________. A. I will buy that house B. I’d have bought that house C. I could buy that house D. I can buy that house 7.If they had gone for a walk, they _________ the lights off. A. had turned B. would have turn C. would have turned D. would turn 8.If you had tried your best, you _______ disappointed about the result now. A. won’t be B. wouldn’t be C. wouldn’t have D. wouldn’t have been 9.I would not have read your diary if you ______ it in such an obvious place. A. didn’t hide B. hadn’t hid C. hadn’t hidden D. not hid 10.We would save thousands of lives if _________. A. we found the remedy for the flu B. we had not found the remedy for the flu C. we find the remedy for the flu D. we’ll find the remedy for the flu WORD FORM UNIT 4 1.When she retired, she did a lot of _______________ service for the Red Cross. A.volunteer B. voluntary C. voluntarily D. volunteers 2.She was not fired . She left the company __________________ A. volunteer B. voluntary C. voluntarily D. volunteers 3.Last month the company ________________ to donate fifty trucks to help the flooded areas. A. volunteer B. volunteered C. voluntarily D. volunteers 4.The charity organizations need some ___________________ to clean up the kitchens and houses. A. volunteer B. voluntary C. voluntarily D. volunteers 5.One major of the area is the lack of public transport. A.advantage B. disadvatage C. disadvantageously D. disadvantaged 6.His ability to speak English puts him at an ________________ when he attends international conferences.. A.advantage B. disadvatage C. disadvantageously D. disadvantaged 7.The goverment promises to help the economically ________________ provinces. A.advantage B. advataged C. disadvantageously D. disadvantaged UNIT 6 1.The beauty contests are __________________ held. A.annual B. annually C. annuity D. annualize 2.They receive a modest _______________________ from the government. A.annual B. annually C. annuity D. annualize 3.The firm has two _____________ in every European City. A. represent B. representations C. representatives D. representable 4.Her greatest ambition was to _________________ her country at the Olympics. A. represent B. representations C. representatives D. representable 5.He struck a note of pessimism in his _______________ report. A. annual B. annually C. annuity D. annualize 6.Many _________________________ of the older generation were there. A.represent B. representations C. representatives D. representable UNIT 7 1.Teenagers often _________________ out their frustrations by turning against their parents. A. act B. acting C. active D. actively 2.Nobody can drive a car, so I have to _______________ as a driver. A. act B. active C. action D. actor 3.Mr Chi Bao is a famous film ________________ in Vietnam. A. actor B. active C. actively D. act 4.My teacher asked me to _____________ the books among the class. A. distribute B. distribution C. distributive D. distributor 5.She did a lot of ______________ while she was at high school. A. acting B. action C.actors D. acts 6.We are _________________ in contributing to the development of our company. A. active B. acting C. actor D. acted 7._________________ speak louder than words. A. Actions B. Active C. Act D. Actor 8.The map shows the ___________ of this species across the world. distribute B. distribution C. distributive D. distributor 9.Japan’s largest software ___________ is the United State. A. distribute B. distribution C. distributive D. distributor VOCABULARY UNIT 4 1.He used to live in an orphanage. A. home for children without parents B. home for children without brothers C. home for poor children D. home for disadvantaged children 2.To do the work for a humane society is ________ A. friendly B. mutual C. voluntary D. thoughtless 3.Some high school students take part in helping the handicapped. A. play a role of B. take a place of C. participate D. are a part of 4.There is a special fund for the severely ________ . A. orphan B. volunteer C. aged D. handicapped 5.The work of the charity is funded by voluntary ________. A. action B. collection C. donation D. organization 6.We should take care of war invalids and family of martyrs. A. look after B. look into C. look for D. look at 7.I am ________ to come to the meeting on Monday evening, please apologize for my absence. A. capable B. excused C. unable D. disliked 8.The article can be used to stimulate discussion among students.. A. to encourage B. to allow C. to congratulate D. to enjoy 9.We are _________ money for charity . A. sending B. collecting C. paying D. making 10.The lawn needs mowing again. A. repairing B. making C. bending D. cutting 11.They volunteer to work in remote or mountainous areas. A. famous B. distant C. near D. interesting 12.He is ________ for his elderly parents. A. paying attention B. looking C. caring D. taking care UNIT 6 1.Nam and Lan took part in the annual English Competition last month. A. distant B. unbrokenly C. yearly D. fluently 2.We must cooperate closely in order to finish the project on time . A. help B. work together C. agree D. assist 3.The article can be used to stimulate discussion among students.. A. to encourage B. to allow C. to congratulate D. to strike 4.A situation in which people or organizations compete with each other to find out who is the best at something. A. participation B. competition C. activity D. performance 5.A person who decides who has won a competition is called a(n) ________ A. referee B. judge C. investigator D. witness 6.To agree to give someone money for a charity if that person competes a special activity. A. organize B. support C. sponsor D. encourage 7.A person who has been chosen to speak or vote for someone else on behalf of a group. A. contestant B. competitor C. examinee D. representative 8.The government yesterday _________ to the media plans to create a million new jobs.. A. recited B. announced C. explained D. Told UNIT 7 1.The teaching of history shouldn’t be ________ to date and figures. A. limiting B. limitation C. limit D. limited 2.One third of the world’s ________ consumes two thirds of the world resources. A. people B. men C. population D. human 3.The practice of controlling the number of children a person has, using various methods of contraception is called ________ . A. family planning B. distribution C. population D. sponsor 4.The population of the world is growing at a dangerous _______. A. amount B. rate C. figure D. way 5.One third of the world's population _______ two thirds of the world's resources. A. drains B. absorbs C. consumes D. supports 6.Better health care and agriculture have led to rapid population _______. A. grow B. growing C. grown D. growth 7.Pressure on natural resources will _______ as we face a population explosion. A. increase B. decrease C. decline D. raise 8.Our school has managed to collect a lot of books to _______ to the children in a village school. A. publish B. distribute C employ D. depart 9.The rapid growth of population led to an acute _______ of housing. A. shortfall B. shortcut C. shortcoming D. Shortage ERROR MISTAKES 1.If you were here yesterday, you would haveseen Jean. A B C D 2.You can congratulateyourselfabouthaving done an excellent job. A B C D 3.I’d like buyingsome earrings like yours. A B C D 4. Her parents prevented her from go out without their permission. A B C D 5.Anyone stole the money, but we don’t know who. A B C D. 6.While I didmy homework, I hada good idea. A B C D 7.When you will cometo Dalat next summer, I will take you round the city. A B C D 8.She said that she will bein Paris on Monday. A B C D 9. It took me a very long timerecovering from the shock of her death. A B C D 10.Remembertaking off your shoes when you are in a Japanese house. A B C D 11.My father will fly to Ha Noi, that is the capital city of Vietnam.                  A                  B     C      D 12. She isthe most beautiful woman whose I have ever met A B C D 13.The singer about who I told you yesterday is coming here tomorrow. A B C D 14.New Year Day is the day where my family members gather and enjoy it together. A B C D 15.The man whom helped you yesterday is a television reporter. A B C D 16. I don’t know the reason on whenJonathan was sacked. A B C D 17. That commentator, his name I have forgotten, is very well-known. A B C D 18. What isthe name of the girl whomhas just come in? A B C D 19. I enjoyed the book that you told me to read it. A B C D 20. I asked him how far was it to the station if I went there by taxi. A B C D 21. They asked me that I could do the shopping for them. A B C D 22. Her mother ordered her do not go out with him the night before. A B C D 23. He advised her thinking about that example again because it needed correcting. A B C D 24.She said that the books in the library would be available tomorrow. A B C D SPEAKING 1.What an attractive hair style you have got, Mary! “___________.” A. thank you very much. I am afraid B. you are telling a lie C. thank you for your compliment D. I don't like your sayings 2.Lan: “You look great in this new dress.” Thanh : “___________”. A. with pleasure B. not at all C. I am glad you like it D. do not say anything about it 3.How well you are playing! “___________”. A. say it again. I like to hear your words B. I think so. I am proud of myself C. thank you too much D. Many thanks. That is a nice compliment 4.Would you like a drink? “___________”. A. I don’t like coffee B. I prefer tea C. coffee, please D. I’m very thirsty 5.How much was your new shirt?  Daisy : “___________”. A. It’s a red shirt B. It’s very cheap C. It was in a shop D. I love it much 6.Can you speak English? “___________”. A. no, I’m not B. A little C. yes, too much D. what a pity! 7.Khang “What time shall we leave?” Hoang :“___________”. A. soonest and best B. the soonest the best C. sooner better D. the sooner the better 8.Daisy “Will you be able to come to the meeting?” Tien “___________”. A. I’m afraid not B. of course you will C. you must be kidding D. I’m sorry not 9.Lan :“How long does it take to get to Dave's place from your flat? Tam : “___________”. A. It's a long way. B. about one kilometer. C. thirty five minutes. D. no. It’s faster if you fly there. 10.Huynh: “Do you find it very interesting to travel alone?” Hoa :“___________”. A. yes, you’re welcome. B. never mind. C. no, not at all. D. It’s exciting. 11.Mary: ”How often do the buses run?” Tom:“___________”. A. from that bus stop over there. B. much often C. twice or three times. D. every hour. 12.My mother: “Can you tell me the way to Milo College from your flat? Lien : “___________”. A. yes, I can B. Ii's round the corner C. I know it D. it’s easy. 13.Quynh :“Would you like to have dinner with me?” Peter: “___________”. A. yes, it is B. yes, so do I C. I’m very happy D. yes, I’d love to 14.An: “What time is there a bus? Mark: “___________”. A. twice a day. B. An hour and a half. C. seven thirty D. The sooner the better 15.Peter :“How do you do?” Tom :“___________”. A. How do you do B. Not too bad. C. I’m well. Thank you. D. Yeah, OK. 16.Mai : “ “ Mary : “Yes .I’ve already done it” A. when did you do ? B. please do it C. have you done your homework yet? D. here is another 17.Sang “Can you tell me the way to the nearest post office? Quan : “___________”. A. turn left and then right. B. It's about two kilometers. C. It opens at nine o'clock. D. You can walk or go there by taxi. 18.Danh: “Can I get you another drink? Dat : “___________”. A. Forget it B. No, it isn’t C. No, I’ll think it over D. Not just now 19.Dan: “___________”. Hao “ Never mind!” A.thank you for being honest to me B.would you mind going out for dinner next Saturday? C.congratulations! How wonderful! D.sorry for staining your carpet. Let me have it cleaned 20.Thanh :“Could you open the windows, please? Khoa: “___________”. A. yes , of course. B. yes, with pleasure C. I feel sorry D. yes, I can. 21.Tom :”I’d like to try on these shoes, please?” Lan : “___________”. A. by all means, sir. B. that’s right, sir. C. Why not? D. I’d love to. 22.Joan: “Our friends are coming._______, Mike?” Mike: “I’m sorry, I can’t do it now.” A.why don’t we cook some coffee B.shall I make you like some coffee C.shall you make some coffee, please D.would you mind making some coffee STRESS 1.A. We B. wheel C. wet D. wheat 2.A. newspaper B. railway C. whale D. year 3.A. walk B. warm C. York D. wood 4.A. tragedy B. tradition C. track D. tragic 5.A. dreadful B. dream C. green D. key 6.A. twelve B. twenty C. two D. twinkle 7.A. twice B. twig C. twin D. twosome 8.A. throw B. troupe C.trophy D. trope 9.A. tragedy B. tradition C. track D. tragic 10.A. dreadful B. dream C. green D. key PRONUNCIATION 1.A. volunteer B. understand C. mountainous D .education 2.A. educate B. mountainous C. overcome D. vehicles 3.A. donation B. regularly C. invalids D. participate 4.A. receipt B. suffer C. instruct D .admit 5.A. maximum B. enjoyment C. marathon D difficult 6.A. competition B. disappointed C. activity D. representative 7.A. minutes B. recite C. spirit D. winner 8.A. award B. active C. complete D create 9.A. encourage B. appointed C. enthusiasm D. stimulate 10.A. imitate B. language C. interested D. official UNIT 4 Listening: Listen carefully and choose the best answer A, B, C or D The Organization for educational development co-operated with Spring School to set up English classes (1)________. Dance, theatre, singing and folk music classes were set up a year later. Children from these classes participate in (2)_______ performances. They raise money to continue their English and Performance Arts classes. Spring School requires (3)_________to help organize their fundraising dinner held annually (4)_________. This is an exciting night in which children dance, sing and play music at one of the largest hotels in HCM City. They also need foreign volunteers to contact sponsors and help to expand the school activities. Volunteers are required from February until July to help (5)__________ these events. 1.A. in 1998 B. in 1988 C. in 1999 D. 1898 2.A. increasing B. raising C. rising D. fundraising 3.A mountaineers B .engineers C. volunteers D. interferes 4.A. in June B .in July C. in September D. in August 5.A. organize B work C. celebrate D. hold UNIT6 Listening: Listen carefully and choose the best answer A, B, C or D 1.The Boston Marathon in the USA is held_________. A. every year B. every two years C. many years D. every month 2.McDermott won the first Boston Marathon in_________. A. 1987 B. 1897 C. 1917 D.1927 3.Women were formally accepted to take part in the Boston races ____________ A. in 1967 B. a few years later C. in 1972 D. in 1982 4.In 1984, there were _________runners from 34 countries A. 6461 B. 6164 C. 6041 D .6416 5.The Boston race is about __________. Runners have to go through 13 towns during the race A. 62 km B. 42 km C. 52 km # D .82 km UNIT 7 Listening: Listen carefully and choose the best answer A, B, C or D 1.There are ______________million people in the world today A. over 6,700 B. over 5,700 C. over 8,700 D. over 7,700 2.Do all parts of the world have ___________of population growth? A the same grade B. the same rate C. the same right D. the same size 3.I think the main reason is a fall in_________________. A. birth rates B. population rates C. death rates D. illiteracy rates 4.The first is ___________people and make them aware of the danger of having more children. A. to celebrate B. to educate C. to communicate D. to motivate 5.The third is to strictl a family planning policy. A. celebration B. Implement C. Compliment D. comment CLOZE -TEXT UNIT 4 More and more young people are _________1__________ voluntary work abroad. The wild variety of jobs and destinations available is making it an increasingly attractive option for those ______2______ have just left school and have a year free ________3__________ university. Many choose to spend these twelve months working in poor countries. There they will earn little or no money. But they will be doing something useful – and enjoying the experience. The work may consist _________4____________ helping the local communities, for example by helping to build new road or provide water supplies to isolated rural villages. Other projects may concentrate more on conservation or environmental protection. Whatever kind of job it is, it is certain to be___________5___________ and worthwhile, and an experience that will never be forgotten. 1.A. doing B. making C. taking D. getting 2.A. who B. whom C.which D. whose 3.A. before B. after C.following D. last 4.A. of D. with 5.A. challenging B. dangerous C. difficult D. attracted UNIT 6 A beauty contest, or beauty pageant, is a ______1________ between people, based largely on the beauty of their physical appearance. The modern beauty pageant can trace its origin to the Miss America pageant, first held _____2_________ Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1921, under the title ‘Inter-City Beauty' _____3______. The following year the title was renamed as Miss America. Other contests include the yearly Miss World competition and Miss Universe, _________4_______ are the two largest and most famous international beauty contests. Women from around the world _____5______ in the competition for these titles. The organizers of the major beauty contests represent their contests as being events of world importance. 1.A. competition B. competitive C. competitory D. competitor 2.A. in B. at C. on D. from 3.A. contest B. participation C. competitor D. test 4.A. which B. where C. that D. who 5.A. participate B. take C. care D. pass UNIT 7 Man cannot go on increasing numbers at the present rate. In the next 30 years, man will _____1_______ a period of crisis. Some experts believe that there will be a widespread food shortage . Other experts think this is too pessimistic, and the man can prevent things _______2_______ getting worse than they are now. But remember that ________3___________ of the people in the world are undernourished or starving now. One thing that man can do is to limit ______4________ of babies born. The need for this is obvious, but it is not easy to achieve. People have to be persuaded to limit their families. In the country of the population bursting many people like _______5________ families. The parents think that this bring a bigger income for the family and ensures there will be someone in the family who will look after them in old age. 1.A. face B. find C. see D. explain 2.A. from B. for C.of D. about 3.A. two-thirds B.two-third C. second-third D. twice-third 4.A. the number B. a number C. an amount D. the amount 5.A. big B. small C. few D. many Read the passage carefully then choose the best answer A, B, C or D VOLUNTEERS ABROAD Each summer, the Winant and Clayton Volunteer program sends a group of Americans to volunteer in London for seven weeks and provides housing and a small stipend to help defray the high cost of living. After seven weeks of volunteering, participants have two weeks to travel independently before returning to London to evaluate the program and get their flight back to the United States. The application includes a few short essays, a series of questions about the type of placement one would prefer, and an informal interview with former volunteers that gives applicants a chance to find out more about the program. Deciding to participate takes a small leap of faith. The roster of volunteer placements and housing options can change from year to year and volunteers can’t choose their placement in advance. But once you’re accepted you instantly feel that you’ve joined a close-knit group. The volunteer coordinator is in frequent contact through mailings and e-mails to help you prepare for the trip, and there is a daylong orientation in New York that bring all the volunteers together before departure for London. 1.How long do a group of Americans volunteer in London? A. Two weeks. B. Each summer. C. Seven weeks D. Three weeks 2.What does the Winant and Clayton Volunteer program provide them with? A.Housing and a small stipend B.A few short essays. C. Transportation. D .Foods and clothes 3.What can the volunteers do after seven weeks of volunteering ? A.They can have two weeks to travel independently. B.They can have two weeks to evaluate the program. C.They can return to London. 4.They can get their flight back to the United States.How does the volunteer coordinator keep in contact with you? A. Through television and newspapers B. Through telephone and e-mails C. Through mailings and e-mails D. Through radio and cell phone. 5.Which of the following is NOT included in the application? . A series of questions about the type of placement one would prefer B. A few short essays C. An informal interview with former volunteers D. The roster of volunteer placements UNIT 6 Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answers. Completing a marathon is considered very difficult, many coaches believe that it is possible for anyone who is willing to put in the time and effort. Obviously, most participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their specific age group and gender. Another very important goal is to break certain time barries. For example, ambitious recreational first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours; more competitive runners will attempt to run under 3 hours. Many runners then prefer to finish for example in 3:29:59, which makes them " sub-3:30h marathoners ", instead of 3:30:01. For most runners, the marathon is the longest run they have ever attempted. Many coaches believe that the most important element in marathon training is the long run. Recreational runners commonly try to reach a maximum of about 20 miles in their longest weekly run and about 40 miles a week in total when training for the marathon. More experienced marathoners may run a longer distance. During marathon training, adequate recovery time is crucial. If fatigue or pain is felt, it is recommended to take a kreak for a couple of days or more to let the body heal. Overtraining is a condition that results from not getting enough rest to allow the body to recover from difficult training. It can actually result in a lower endurance and speed and place a runner at a greater risk of injury. 1. Marathon completion is ______________ . A. impossible B. easy C. not very difficult D. very difficult 2. One of the important goals in a marathon competition is __________ . A. breaking time barries B. age C. gender D. reaching the finish 3. In marathon training, the most important is ____________ . A. the age B. the coaches' belief C. the long run D. the recreation 4. If the marathon runner feels tired or has a pain, _________. A. he should continue the training B. he should quit running forever C. it is time for him to stop his training D. he should take a break for several days 5. What is “pain” in paragraph 2 best replaced by? A. goal B. failure C. ache D. break UNIT 7 Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answers No one knows the limits of population that the earth can support. Thomas Malthus, an English economist, developed a theory that became widely accepted in the nineteenth century. He suggested that because world population tended to increase more rapidly than the food supply, a continual strain was exerted upon available resources. Malthus cited wars, famines, epidemics, and other diseases as the usual limitations of population growth. With recent advances in science and technology, including improvedagricultural methods and great strides in medicine, some of the limiting factors in population growth have been lessened, with obvious results. International organizations have put forward several recommendations to alleviate the problem of overpopulation, including an increase in food production, general economic development in target areas, and a decreasein birth rate. Most experts agree that it will be necessary to combine all three recommendations in an effort to affect a lasting solution. 1. It was suggested by Thomas Malthus that _______. A. food was in short supply because of population increase B. The rapid growth of population led to an acute shortage of natural resources C. Rapid population growth put a great strain on available resources D. Pressures on natural resources will increase as we face a population explosion 2. Which of the following was not mentioned as the usual limitations of population growth? A. wars B. epidemics C. famines D. agricultural methods 3. According to the passage, why has overpopulation been caused? A. Improved technology B. Disasters C. Scarcity D. Precaution 4. What do most experts recommend in order to solve problems of overpopulation? A. Famine and epidemic B. Economic development and a decline in birth rate C. Medical advance and improved agricultural methods D. Conservation of available resources 5. Which of the following is not true according to the passage? A. The earth have enough resources to support all of its population. B. The theory developed by Thomas Malthus was believed by most people in the 19th century. C. Medical advance has lessened some of the limiting factors in population growth. D. International organizations arc seeking a lasting solution to the overpopulation problem. Gap-filling: Listening Unit 4: VOLUNTEER WORK Spring School is an informal school. It provides classes to _________(1) children in HCM City. Around 30 street children live and study at the school and about ______(2) children with special difficulties from District 1 regularly attend classes. The Organisation for educational development co-operated with Spring School to set up English classes in _______(3). Dance, theatre, singing and folk music classes were set up a year later. Children from these classes participate in fund raising performances. They raise money to ________(4) their English and Performance Arts classes. Spring School requires volunteers to help ________(5) their fundraising dinner held annually in June. This is an exciting night in which children dance, sing and play music at one of the _______(6) hotels in HCM City. They also need foreign __________(7) to contact sponsors and help to expand the school activities. Volunteers are required from February until July to help organise these events. It is hoped that more schools like Spring School will soon be __________(8) in other cities in Vietnam. Unit 6: COMPETITIONS Trang: What are you reading, Paul? Paul: The history of Boston Marathon. Trang: It sounds interesting! How often is it held? Paul: Every year, in the USA. Trang: When did it begin? Paul: In _______(1). And the same year, John McDermott won the first Boston Athletic Association Marathon. Trang: Who was John McDermott? Where did he come from? Paul: He was the first man who won the first Boston Marathon in the USA. Ha came from New York. Trang: How long did it take him to reach the finish? Paul: He clocked 2 hours _______(2) minutes and 10 seconds. Trang: Did women have right to participate in long distance running? Paul: Yes ... But not until ________(3), women were formally accepted to take part in the Boston races... A few years later, Kuscsik became the first official female champion. Trang: When did she win the race? Paul: In __________(4). There were 8 women starting the race and all 8 finished. Trang: Is the race held for only American people? Paul: No. Each year, more runners from every part of the world join it. In 1984, ________(5) runners from 34 countries ran in the marathon. Trang: What are the rules of the Boston Marathon? Paul: The Boston race is about 42 km. Runners have to go through 13 towns during the race. It ________(6) in the centre of Boston. Trang: Oh, that’s great. Thanks a lot, Paul. Unit 7: WORLD POPULATION Interviewer: Good evening ladies and gentlemen. In our program tonight, we are honoured to have Dr. Brown, a world famous population expert. Dr. Brown, could you tell us something about the world population? Dr. Brown: Well, there are over ________(1) million people in the world today, and the total is increasing at the rate of about 76 million a year. ___________(2) say that the population of the world could be over 7 billion by the year 2015. Interviewer: Do all parts of the world have the same rate of population growth? Dr. Brown: No, they don’t. The population is growing more quickly in some parts of the world than others. Latin America ________(3) first, Africa second, and Asia third. Interviewer: What is the main reason for the population explosion? Dr. Brown: Well, I think the main reason is a fall in death rates. This is due to the _________(4) of the living conditions and medical care. Interviewer: I believe the explosion of population has caused many problems. Is it right? Dr. Brown: Yes, it is. It caused a lot of problems such as __________(5) of food, lack of hospitals and schools, illiteracy, and low living standards. Interviewer: Can you make some suggestions on how to solve these problems? Dr. Brown: I think, there are a number of __________(6) to the problems. The first is to educate people and make them aware of the danger of having more children. The second is to provide safe, _________(7) birth-control methods. The third is to strictly implement a family planning policy. And the fourth is to exercise strict and fair reward and __________(8) policies. Interviewer: Thank you very much for being with us tonight, Dr. Brown. Dr. Brown: You’re welcome.
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