Lưu HOẲNG TRÍĐÁP Á NBÀ I T Ậ P TIẾNG AJII9Tài liệu phát miễn phí, không bánNHÀ XUẤT BẢN ĐẠI HỌC s ư PHẠMUNIT 1s A VISIT FROM A PEN PALI. Vocabulary _ Matching.7 .E 8. C9. G5. B6. JI. H2. D3. F4. A10 . III. Gap Tillingl . mausoleum2 . tropical4. religion5. soil3. climate6. com prises7. com pulsory9. prayed8. ethnic10 . primaryIII. Word FormationI . com pulsorily2 . correspondence3. correspondent4. division5. divisible6 . im pression7. regional8. religious9. peacefully10. peacefullyIV. PrepositionsI. of2 . for3 . with4. on/upon5. into6 . between7. with8. from9. with10 . in – withV. SPEAK.Answer: l – b – 4 – d – 3 – a – 2 – f – 5 – c – 6 – eVI. Past Simple or Past Continuous.I . met – was doing2 . was paying – heard3. turned – saw4. was wearing5. decided6 . were having – dropped7. got8. was picking – cut9. was w orking – opened – rushed10 . stood – walked – closedVII. Choose correct verb tenses.2 . was walking – saw – said – walkedI . had – w ent – ate – w rote – m et – took3. was going – saw4. heard – walked – opened – opened – saw – said – asked6 . were waiting – arrived5. were w atching – cam e – w atched8. cried – heard7. W ere they playing – started10 . became – began9. were driving – stoppedVIII. Past time expressions5 . a t/o n 6 . last 7. On 8. In 9. in 10. forl. in2. when 3. ago 4. XIX. Choosing the right verb.I. lost2. spent 3. laughed4. saved5.left6 . fell7. broke 8. found9. took10. neededX. Rewriting _ wish construction.I. I wish I had a washing machine. 2 . 1 wish I didn’t have to go to school on Saturdays.3. I wish we went away more often.4. I wish I spoke many languages.5. I wish the taxes w eren’t so expensive.6 . I wish I were/was a film star.7. I wish I had a bigger house.8 – I wish you would keep quiet.9 . 1 wish every country would stop killing whales.10 . I wish it would stop rainingXI. Cloze reading.I. is2. temple3. many4 . centuries5. again6 . m oved7 . country8. later9 . independence10 . stageXII. Rewriting.1. Maryam and Lan have written to each other for over two years.2. Maryam was taken to Ben Thanh Market by Lan yesterday.3. Kuala Lumpur is the largest city in Malaysia.4. He has learned to drive since he was eighteen.5. There aren”t any lakes in my hometown.6. Whose hat is this?/ Whose is this hat?7. Maryam invited Lan to come and visit her the following summer.8. Lan and Maryam went out to have a drink/ for a drink.9. It took me two hours to do my homework.10. Students have to study English as a second language in all secondary schoolsin Malaysia.TEST 1 (UNIT 1)I. C 2. A 3. D 4. B11.A 1 2 .D1 3 .A1 4 .D21. separation22. friendly26.D 27. A 28. B29. D36.D (your —►yours)38. A (get used to —*■used to)40.B (live —* lived)41. B 42. C 43. D 44. B51. C 52. A 53. C54. B5. D6. C7. B 8. D . 9. D I0. B15. D16. B17. AI 8.C19.C20. C23. active24. correspondent 25. impressed30. B31. C32. B 33. B34. B35. C37.A (going —►go)39.C (was going —►went)45. B55. C46. B56. B47. A57. A48. C58. B49. B59. C50. B60. DSentence building.Dear Mum,61. I arrived at Tan Son Nhat Airport last Friday morning.62. Mai met me at the airport and took me home by taxi.63. In the afternoon, we went to a market near M ai’s house and I bought a lot o fgifts for you, Daddy, and Toshi.64. Mai took me to Da Lat three days ago.65. I saw a lot o f peach blossoms there, like in Tokyo.66. I’m now in Nha Trang. The beach here is wonderful, and the food iswonderful, too.67. I enjoy swimming in the sea and eating seafood, but Mai only likes makingsand castles.68. W e’ll leave for Ho Chi Minh City tomorrow.69. I hope I can take a boat trip along the M ekong River before com ing back toJapan in July.70. I’m very happy and enjoy m yself so much here.Hope to see you again soon.YoursMiriTEST 2 (UNIT 1)I. B 2. B 3. D4. A5. C6. D7. A8. D9. A10. CI I . A 12. D 13. B14. A1 5 .C16. A1 7 .B1 8 .B19.C20. D21. impression22. activity 23. friendless 24. inseparable 25. impressionable26. C 27. A28. A29. B30. A31. D32. D33. D34. A35. C36. D (have visited —►visited)37. A (uses —*• used)38. C (slept — was sleeping)39. C (can — could) 40. A (W hat -> How)41. B 42. A 43. C44. C45. D 46. A47. B48. B49. D50. B51. D 52. D 53. C54. A55. B56. A57. C58. C59. B60. BSentence building.Dear Peter,61. Ha Noi is great. W e like our school.62. Alan and 1 go to school five days a week.63. We have a lot o f friends here.64. They are very nice. We teach them English, and they teach us Vietnamese.65. 1 can speak a little V ietnam ese now.66 . We go out on w eekends.67. O ur friends invites us to go to their houses for lunch and sometimes for dinner.68 . I like V ietnam ese food very m uch, especially spring rolls.69. G etting around Ha Noi is very convenient.70. There are cyclos, a V ietnam ese style tricycle taxi.Please write to me soon.LoveMaryT E S T 3 (U N IT 1)I .C2. A3. C4. C5. D6. B7. B8. B9. AIO CI I . A 12. D 13. B14. D15. A16. B17. B18. C19. A20. B21. C 22. A (have —*>had) 23. B (have seen -» saw) 24. A (have helped — help)25. independently26. com pulsory 27. instructions 28. friendliness29. True30. False31. False32. True33. 1 wish I d id n “t have to go to school on Saturday.34 . 1 wish I could drive.35. M aryam was taken to Ben Thanh M arket by Lan yesterday.36. The furniture was too expensive for me to buy.U N IT 2: C LO TH IN GI. Vocabulary _ Matching.I E2. H3. J4. A5. B6. G7. D8. F9.110. CII. Gap filling1 design2. label3. econom ic4. occasion5. faded6.peers7. cotton8. Casual9. champagne 10. minorityIII. Word Formation1 . fashionable 2. encouragem ent3. casually4. occasionally5. designer6 . econom ical7. equality8. poetic9 . stylish10 . inspirationalIV. PrepositionsI. in2. to 3. in4. out o f 5. for6. o f 7. in 8. in 9. on 10. o fV. SPEAK1. e2. g3. a4. b5. d6. c7. fVI. Verb tenses.1. have known 2. haven”t play3. hasn”t come – com es – didn’t get4. is knocking 5. were sleeping – entered – stole6 . haven’t finished7. got8. haven”t been 9. has been10. met – were goingVII. Present Perfect or Past Simple.3. took2 . has seen1 . realized6 . have become5 . have/has replaced4. spent9. has really improved8. has enabled7. were12 . have become1 1 . took10 . disappeared15. has solved14. has brought13. have not doneVIII. Passive voice.1. The water level is checked very week.2. Students are expected not to talk during the exam ination.3. Two hundred people were invited to the party.4. Your shoes are being mended at the moment.5. Smoking is not allowed in this restaurant.6 . Dr Smiths is being interviewed at the moment.7. This machine must be cleaned every time it is used.8. He had been warned not to go near the river the day before.9. My chair has been moved.10. The machine was being repaired when the accident happened.IX. Active voice.1. Most Vietnamese used to wear the traditional “ao dai’2. Fashion designers have added some beautiful patterns to the “ao dai”.3. Both men and women frequently wore the *‘ao dai”.4. Did her mother tell her to wear the traditional “ao dai” on her wedding day?5. Poets have mentioned the “ao dai” in poems for centuries.6. You m ustn’t throw away the traditional “ao dai’”.7. Now fashion designers want to change the traditional “ao dai”.8. Ms Mai decided to keep her traditional “ao dai”.9. I should love someone to print lines o f poetry on my “ao dai”.10. People say that many Vietnamese women today prefer to wear modemclothing at work.X. Cloze reading.1 . popular2. uniform3. teenagers4. king5. famous6. regular7. sold “8. whatXI. Reading (True-False).I. False2. True3. True4. FalseXII. Rewriting1. Because some fashion designers have printed lines o f poetry on the “ao dai”, itlooks modern.2. The “ao dai” has been mentioned by poets in poems for centuries.3. The design and material used for men were not the same as those used for women.4. My father hasn”t smoked for two years.5.Why don”t we use electricity economically?A whistle will be blown if there is an emergency.7.They began working in that factory ten years ago.8. He wishes he w eren”t late.9.The soil here is said to be very rich.10. Helen has been learning Chinese since 2000.6.TEST 1 (UNIT 2)l.C 2. D 3.B 4. A5. A6. AM B 12. C13. A 14. B15. C16. C2 1 . traditionally22. m odernize 23. argum ent26. A 27. B28. D 29. A30. C ^ 3 1 . B36. B (to build —» to be built)38. C (have ever seen —» had ever seen)40. B (speak —*• spoken)41. B 42. D 43. B 44. C45. A46. B51. A 52. C 53. A 54. D55. D56. D7. C8. D 9. D10. C17. D18. A19. C20. B24. embroidered25. faded32. B33. D 34. B35. C37.C (since —►for)39.A (casually —* casual)47. C57. A48. A58. C49. B59. C50. A60. BS entence building.6 1. People o f the same country w ear different kinds o f clothes.62. Clothes help show” what work they do and whether they are rich or poor.63. People can tell who they are from what they wear.64. In the old times, poor w orking people wore very simple clothes while at work.65. On the other hand, rich people wore more elaborate, colourful clothes.66 . In many feudal countries, the yellow colour was for the king”s garments only.67. Clothing probably develops as a protection against or adaptation to climate.68 . In African and Arab countries, people wear robes toprotect themselves fromthe heat and bright sunlight.69. Traditional clothes in cold clim ates have many layers to prevent the loss o fbody heat.70. In the 20,h century, people made their clothes from synthetic materials likenylon or acrylic.I. A 2. B3. C4. D 5.C 6 . C 7. B 8. D9. C10. DI I . C 12. A13. D14. A 15. B 16. C 17. D ” 18. C19. B20. A21. designer22. m usicians 23. sym bolizes 24. baggy 25. encouragement26. B 27. A28. A29. D 30. B 31. C 32. B 33. B 34. D35. D36. C (have taken — have been taken)37.C (tried — have tried)38. A (d id n “t write —> hav en “t written)39.B (made from —> made of)40.B (has becam e —» has becom e)41. A 42. C43. D 44. B 45. D 46. B 47. A 48. B 49. C50. D51. C 52. C53. B54. B 55. A 56. A 57. B 58. A 59. C60. BSentence building.61. It is better for schoolgirls to w ear trousers and blouses when they are at school.62. Wearing trousers and blouses is convenient when students ride a bicycle to school.63. They don”t have to worry about keeping their trousers straight in place whenthere are strong winds.64. Schoolgirls feel more com fortable when doing the cleaning o f the classroomsor playing in the schoolyard.65. The long trousers help schoolgirls hide any defect on their body.66. Schoolgirls in my school like wearing trousers and blouses.67. However, wearing skirts and blouses makes schoolgirls look more feminineand different from schoolboys.68. Wearing skirts and blouses is convenient in hot weather.69. The short skirts expose students” legs, which helps reduce body heat.70. If both boys and girls wear trousers, the school looks quite boring. How aboutyour opinion?TEST 3 (U N IT 2)I.132. C3. D4. D5. C6. A7 . B 8. B9. C10. DI I .A12. B1 3 .D14. B1 5 .A 16. DI7 .C I 8.B1 9 .A 2 0 .D2 1. C22. A (didn’t see —> haven”t seen) 23. C (be —*■been)24. B (have written —» wrote)25. Traditionally26. inspiration27. encourage28. m inority/ minorities29. False30. True31. True32. True33. Our teeth should be brushed carefully after meals.34. I wish my neighbors didn’t make (a lot of) noise at night.35. Helen has learned/ has been learning French since 2005.36. I haven’t written to him for three years.TEST YOURSELF AI. A 2.D 3. C4. A 5.B 6. B7. C8. A9. B10. DII. A 12. C 13. D14. C 15. B 16. A17. D18. C19. D20. B21. B (has —*• had)22. B (cut -* been cut)23. D (leaves —* left)24.B (saw —♦ seen)25. C (go fishing —►went/ used to fishing)26. inspiration27. baggy 28. correspondence 29. division 30. impression31. C 32. A 33. C 34. D 35. A 36. C 37. B38. B 39. A40. B41. C 42. D 43. B 44. C 45. BRewriting.46. I wish my neighbour didn’t make a lot o f noise at night.47. This programme is being watched by about thirty m illion people.48. Your bill should be paid before you leave the hotel.Sentence building.49. It is compulsory to wear a safety helmet on a m otorbike.50. That block o f flats is being pulled down now because it is unsafe.U N IT 3: A TR IP TO TH E C O U N TR Y S ID EI. Vocabulary _ Matching.I .F2.13. G4. AII. Gap filling1 . gathered 2. hike3.6. route7. exchange 8.III. Word FormationI. admiration 2 . collector6. location7. restful/5. Jlocateblanket6. B7. C4. plough9. adm ire3. exchangeable8. tiredness8. H9. E10. D5. comment10. rest4. gathering 5 . photography9. enjoyable 10. farmingIV. Prepositionsl.f o r2. o f3. on4. on 5. under6. with 7. on8. on9. to 10. toV. SPEAK1 . I went to my home village to visit my grandparents.2. It’s a small town on the beach near Vung Tau.3. I went with my parents and my sister.4. It’s about 120 kilom eters from Ho Chi Minh City.5. I gotthere by coach.6 . It’s wonderful. It’s not so hot but sunny.7. Yes, I swam in the m orning and sunbathed in the afternoon.8. We went along the beach, listened to sea waves and enjoyed the fresh air.9. Oh. very delicious. W e ate lots of seafood.10. Yes. Would you go there with me next year?VI. I wish…1 . I wish I could run fast.2 . I wish 1 could fly like a bird.3. I wish my soccer team could play well.4. I wish 1 could go on a picnic/1 wish it were a nice day today.5. I wish I could speakEnglish fluently.6 . I wish I could makea trip to the countryside now.7. I wish I had enough money to buy a new dictionary.8. I wish my grandm other d id n “t have a backache.9. I wish 1 didn’t haveto wash dishes after the meal.10 . 1 wish I didn’t a loto f pim ples on your face.VII. The facts behind.1. Y ou’re out o f work.2. T here’s nothing good on TVtonight.3. You like chocolate so much.4. You can’t lose weight.5. You d id n “t win the lottery.6 . You left school at sixteen.7. You didn’t go to university.8. Your girlfriend didn’t ring you last night.VIII. Preposition o f time.1. at2. for – from to3. During – at4.in – on5. since6 . For7. Until8. in9. at10. AtIX. Cloze reading.l.h o m e2. dress3. at 4. with5. ethnic6 . for7. valleys 8. provide9. villages10. theirX. Rewriting.1. The downtown area is so crowded that it is difficult for you to get a taxi.2. My sister is so young that she can ’t go to the zoo alone.3. The road is so narrow that it is difficult for two cars to pass each other.4. The TV program m e was so interesting that the children didn”t want to go tobed early.5. The streets are so crowded that traffic jam s usually happen.6. It was such lovely weather that we spent the whole day in the garden.7. It was such a wonderful sightseeing tour that we all enjoyed it.8. The spokesperson gave such a long talk that most o f the audience felt sleepy.9. It is such an interesting book that we have read it many times.10. The 22nd SEA Games were such a great event that many people watched themon TV.XI. Rewriting.1. It was such a boring film that Iturned o ff the TV set and went to bed.2 . I wish it stopped raining.3. He drank so much coffee that he couldn’t get tosleep.4. They saved their money so as to have a good sum m er holiday.5. Because everyone felt tired and hungry, they sat down under the tree and had a snack.6. I wish I knew her address.7. Their homework is being corrected by the teacher.8. You aren”t tall enough to play volleyball for our team.9. English is spoken in Australia.10. He is said to be 99 years old.TEST 1 (UNIT 3)I. D 2. A 3. B 4.B 5. D 6 .B 7. C8. A 9. D10. B11. A 12. D 13. A 14. A 15. C16. A 17. C18. B 19. D20. B21. collective22. admirable23. relaxed24. com m ents25. heroic26. A 27. B 28. B 29. C 30. C 31. C 32. D33. B 34. C35. D36. A (On —►In)37. B (to clean —* cleaning/ to be cleaned)38. C ( i n —>on)39. A (didn’t tell —* hadn’t told)40. A (doesn’t —►didn’t)41. C 42. D 43. A 44. B 45. C 46. A 47. D48. C 49. B50. C51. D 52. C 53. B 54. D 55. C 56. D 57. D58. D 59. B60. ASentence building.61. It was a nice morning in May.62. My friends and I took a boat trip in the M ekong Delta.63. We saw a lot o f women planting rice in the rice fields.64. After an hour, we stopped by an island and visited a snake farm to see the snakes.65. At noon, we listened to the traditional music played by the local people.66. Then we had lunch with rice and fresh food in a fruit garden.67. After the meal, we continued our trip to a floating market.68. There we enjoyed buying fruit and many local specialties.69. At 4 pm, we visited a famous pagoda before coming back home by coach.70. The trip was very interesting and we enjoyed it very much.TEST 2 (UNIT 3)I. D 2. D 3. C 4.C 5. B6. C 7. B8. A 9. D10.II . A 12. D 13. B 14. A 15. C16. C17. A18. C 19. C20.2 1 . collection 22. relaxing23. com m entator24.heroes 25. admirer26. C27. C28. B29. D 30. D 31. B32. C33. D 34. D35.36. B (such —►so)37. A (can —►could)38. C (punished -» was punished)39. C (to boat —►boating)40. B (that —►so)41. C 42. A 43. B 44. D 45. A46. A 47. B48. A 49. C50.51. D 52. A 53. B 54. D 55. A56. C 57. C58. C 59. C60.Sentence building.DBDBD6 !. Last summer vacation, Mai went with her parents to her home village in the126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.70.Mekong Delta.They stayed with her uncle for a week.M ai”s cousins and her became friends very quickly.They taught Mai to climb trees and break coconuts to enjoy the sweet milk inside.Mai also tried walking on footbridges.The early morning in the village was so quiet and fresh.The only sound Mai could hear was the bird”s singing on top o f the trees.Her cousins took her to the river.They rowed a boat, swam in the river and caught fish.When they were tired, they made a tire and cooked the fish.TEST 3 (U N IT 3)I.B2. B3.D 4. A5. D6. C7. B 8. C9. D10. CI I .C 12. D 13.B 14. A15. D16. A17. B 18. A19. D 20. B21 .C 22. A (you can —*• you could) 23. B (such —►so) 24. D (on —» in)25. enjoyably26. grocery27. beautifully28. entrance29. False30. True31. False32. False33. It was such a boring story that I put it down and went to bed.34. I le drank so much coffee that he couldn”t get to sleep.35. It was such lovely weather that we spent the whole day in the garden.36. I wish I were/was in the primary school (now).U N IT 4: LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGEI. Vocabulary _ Matching.I.G2. D3. A4. E5.16. C7. J8. B9. F10. HII. Gap filling1. editions2. experiences 3. advance4. scenery 5. fee6. intermediate 7. course8. deposit9. published 10 . nativeIII. Word Formation3. experienced 4. publisher 5. improvement1. editor2. Editorial10 . foreigner8. beginner9. passable6 . advertising 7. FluencyIV. Prepositions5. on6. on7. o f 8. by 9. for 10. for1. In2. on3. in4. o fV. SPEAKI-4 -3 – 1 0 -9 -6 -2 -5 -8 -7VI. Conditionals.1 . he ought to take/ attend music classes.2 . her parents shouldn’t force her to studymedicine.3 . you have to eat a lot o f meat and drink a lot o f milk.4. you must practice it every day.5. you should play sports instead.6. his teacher may get angry.7. she may have a toothache.8. he might get up late.VII. Conditional sentences _ matching.1. If it’s cold tomorrow, we can”t go on a picnic.2. If she wants to go out with her boy friend, she should ask her mother’s permission.J.If Nam gets this good news, he must be very happy4. If you don”t get up early, you may miss the train.5. If we don”t want our environment polluted, we shouldn’t throw rubbish carelessly.6. Ifyou work slowly and lazily, you can’t finish work on time.7 . If you don “t eat anything for breakfast, you may be hungry during class.8. If Lan doesn”t study hard for her examination, she can’t get good marks.9. Ifyou don”t practice speaking English regularly, your English can t be better.10 . If the teacher is sick, he may be absent tomorrow.VIII. Reported speech.1. He said he had to go the following week.2. He told me to remember to get a bone for the dog when I was at the butchers.3. She said she would answer the phone.4. Nam said that he was told to be at school before 7 o ’clock.5. Peter said that his parents were very proud o f his good marks.6. Lan said that she might visit her parents in summer.7. The teacher asked me where my father worked.8. I asked Mai why she collected waste paper.9. His friend asked Nam how he went to the airport.10. Tom asked Namhow long he would stay in England.IX. Reading (True – False).1. False2. False3. True4. TrueX. Rewriting.1. John advised Tom not to lend them any more money.2. Unless you keep your feet dry. you will catch/get a cold.3. Mark is not old enough to see the horror film.4. More and more pollution is being produced by that factory.5. Nam now wishes that he had accepted the job.6. If I had not been busy/had been free/ had had free time, I could have gone tothe meeting.7. Because I wanted to see Mr. Brown I phoned his company.8. He’s used to getting up early in the morning.9. I came here because of the English course.10. Don’t forget to check for spelling mistakes before you hand in your composition.TEST 1 (UNIT 4)I. C 2. D 3. B 4. A5. B 6. D 7. B8. C9. B10 B11.B 12. A 13. D 14. B15. B 16. C 17. A18. D19. A20. C21. publication 22. commentary23. hiking24. agreeable 25 freedom26. A 27. C 28. B 29. D30. B 31.
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B 32. D33. C34. B35. A36. A (have —> will have to/ have to)37. B (is l e a r n i n g w a s learning)38. B (will —►would)39. B (was —» hadbeen)40. C (does it take —►it took)41. C 42. D 43. A 44. C45. B 46. D 47. A48. D49. B50. C51. B 52. C 53. A 54. D55. D 56. B 57. C58. D59. A60. CSentence building.61. There are many reasons why you should learn a foreign language.62. You learn a foreign language to be able to communicate w ithtfie people whospeak it.ti63. This includes both the people you meet when travelling as well as the people inyour community.64. People in every country feel happy when tourists make an effort to speak theirlocal language.65. Speaking a new language helps you get to know many people and their cultures.66. You can enjoy literature, films, and music in that language.67. With a foreign language, you also have better chances o f getting a good job.68. Employers tend to choose candidates who can speak one or more foreignlanguages.69. They can attract more customers and sell more goods.70. Learning a foreign language can help you increase your understanding o f yourown language.TEST 2 (UNIT 4)I . D 2. C 3. A4.D 5.D 6. D7. A 8. B 9.D10. CI I .B 12. B 1 3 .A14. D 1 5 .A16.BI7 .CI 8.A19. C 20. B21. qualifications22. location23. publishers 24. agreement25. restless26. A 27. C28. A 29. D 30. D 31. A 32. B 33. C34. D 35. B36. D (tomorrow” —♦ the following day)37. C (was it —*■it was)38. C (did he want —♦ he wanted)39. C (was she doing —* she was doing)40. D (is he —* he is)41. A 42. D 43. A44. C 45. D 46. A47. D 48. D 49. B 50. A51. D 52. D 53. B54. C 55. D 56. D57. D 58. C 59. B 60. AWriting a letter.Dear Sir or Madam61. My friend, who is living in the USA, introduced your language center to me.62. He told me that Harford Language Center has a very good reputation.63. I am interested in improving my English skills, especially listening and speaking.64. I would like some more information about your center.65. I am now at the pre-intermediate level in English.66. I hope to obtain a score o f 450 in the TOEFL.67. Could you please send me details o f the summer courses from June to Augustand fees?68. I would like to get the information about the accommodation, too.69. If an English testor my study record is needed, please letme know.70. I look forward tohearing from you.Yours faithfullyNguyen NamTEST 3 (U N IT 4)1.8.C2. B3. A4.A5.B6.C7. BB9. D10. A11. A12. C13. A14. A15. B16. D17. A18. C19. B20. A21. C22. D (tomorrow —►the next day/ the following day)23. A (w on’t —►doesn’t)24. B (was she —»►she was)25. M isunderstanding 26. wonderful 27. foreigners28. speech29. True30. True31. False32. False33. Tom asked Mrs. Green what time schools began.34. H oa’s father told her that she could go to the movies with her friends.35.36.If you book a table in advance, y o u ’ll avoid waiting.John told Jane that he had to go home then.TE S T YOURSELF B10. C8. A 9. B6 . B 7. CI. D 2.B 3. A 4. A 5. B20.B19.C18.C16.C17.DI I .C 12.B13. A 14. D15. Acould)22.A(can21. A (doesn’t —►didn’t)24. D (am I – » 1 was)23. B (teach —►taught)25. D (tonight -*■ the following night)26. relaxation27. collector28. adm irably 29. disagreed 30. publishing39. A40. B37. A38. B31. B 32. D 33. A 34. A 35. D36. C41. B 42. D 43. D 44. B 45. C46. The boys said that they had to try their best to win the match.47. She asked Lan how many members there were in her family.48. She asked her younger brother why he collected waste paper.49. Peter said that he would go to Ha Noi the following day.50. He ought to go on a diet if he wants to lose weight.U N IT 5: T H E M E D IAI. Vocabulary _ Matching.9. D10. G8. I5. F6. B7. CI.E2. H3. J4. AII. Gap filling5. costly4. crier1. income2. documentary” 3. denies10 . purpose9. control6. commercial 7. adult8. accessIII. Word Formation3. width4. governm ental 5. denialI. violence2 . interaction8. forcefully 9. beneficial 10. accessible6. commercialization 7. responseIV. Prepositionsl.o v e r2. from3. f o r – o f4. under5. for6. to7. about/on8. from – into 9. on10 . atV. SPEA K1 . watching2 . program3. time4. about5. know6 . about/ on7. at8 . missVI. T ag questions.1 . will you2 . aren’t I3. did they4. will you 5. hadn’t you6. didn’t they7. was it8. aren’t you 9. does he10 . m ustn”t thereVII. Q uestion tags1 . can”t they2 . didn’t he3. don’t they 4. shouldn’t hen7. isn’t ito8. can__ ij’t. lhe.5. couldn’t it6 . isn’t he9. w on’t it10. doesn’t sheVIII. Q uestion tags1 . are you2 . is she3. do you4. is it5. was she6 . has he7 . will you8 . does he9. should they 10. need IIX. V ERB FO R MI. calling2 . stopping, forgetting, to change3. working4. to lock5. seeing6 . driving7. buying8 . taking9. not to see 10. seeingX. GERUND-INFINITIVE1 . try . answ er2 . buildingj . passing4. becom ing5. trying, make6 . dislike, living7. increasing8. try, discuss, speakingXI. GERUND-INFINITIVE1. to take”taking1 1 . to show, to use2 . sm oking12 . telephoning, asking, to look3. to see13. hearing/having heard, not to enter4. learning/to learn14. to explain, to listen grumbling5. to think, deciding t 6 strike15. making, to do6 . to pass, to m ention/m entioning16. having, to get up7. to answ er17. to forget, worrying8. to go18. to run, to have recovered9. w atching19. listening, hearing10 . lending, to buy20 . driving, being drivenXII. VERB FORMI . m aking2 . w ritingmeeting4. taking5. splashing6 . trying7. w ashingeating9. looking10. goingXIII. Verb form.I. using2 . lending3. watching4. learning5. reading6 . playing7. reading8. goingXIV. Cloze reading.1 . appeared2 . taste3. entertainment4. interested7. there8. almost5. to6 . liveXV. Rewriting.1. The problem is too difficult for us to solve.2. He is a very good swimmer.3. It w”as such an interesting film that we would watch it many times.4. I wish I knew w here she lives.5. The anim als are fed twice a day.6 . The children enjoy w alking in the rain.7. He enjoys participating in this game show.8. How long have you collected stamps?/ How long have you been collecting stamps?9. We wish we could understand all the lessons.10. The house at the end o f the road was sold.TEST 1 (UNIT 5)7. C3. D 4. B 5. D6. AI. C 2. A17. D13. A 14. A15. B16. BI I . C 12. C2 2 . communication2 1 . explorers25. Developing – developed24. denials32. B28.C29. A30. D 31. C26. C 27. B37.D(toclean—►cleaning/tobecleaned)36..39.D (to com plain —►com plaining)38.40. A (didn’t —> haven’t)45. C 46. B 47. D41. C 42. A 43. A 44. D57. BB52.B53.C54.A55. B 56. C51.8. B9. A18. B 19. C23. inventive10. C20. A33. C34. C35. BC (go — going)D (isn’t he -* doesn’t he)48. A58. A49. B59. C50. D60. ASentence building.61. Interactive TV (iTV) is any television with a “return path” : information comesnot only from the broadcaster to viewers but also back from viewers to thebroadcaster.62. You can read the local news headlines while watching your favourite soccer match.63. You can communicate with a famous singer in a talk show.64. You can play along with a selected game show.65. You can order the products you see in the advertisements with a click o f a button.66. It is called interactive because it allows viewers to interact with the televisioncontent they are watching.67. One example o f ¡TV is “The Weather Channel”. You see a panel with the “GoInteractive” option on the screen, you can select it with a remote or keyboard.68. If you choose not to participate, this panel disappears within 15 seconds.69. If you click on, your TV connects to the Web and you can see the live weatherforecast.70. Meanwhile, you can see another TV program in the other part of your TV screen.TEST 2 (UNIT 5)I. A 2. D 3.B 4. A 5.D6. C 7. C 8. D 9.B10. AI I . D 12. C 13. A 14. B15. A16. C 17. B 18. B 19. C 20. C21. Communication 22. controller 23. developing 24. communicable 25. invention26. A 27. B 28. C29. A 30. A 31. B 32. C33. B34. C35. B36. D (doesn”t she —►does she)37.A (reading —* to read)38. D (is he —» does he)39.A (didn”t read —» haven’t read)40. B (has —*• had)41. B 42. A 43. D 44. C 45. B 46. B 47. C 48. C 49. D 50. A51. C 52. A 53. B 54. B 55. A 56. B 57. A 58. B 59. B 60. BSentence building.61. The telephone directory is an alphabetical listing o f the names, addresses, andphone numbers o f all the people in an area.62. They have phones and want their numbers to be listed.63. There is no charge if you have your telephone number listed.64. It is important to know how to use the telephone directory.65. The directory has white pages that list the names o f people and businesses whohave phones.66. The yellow pages, in the back o f the directory list the names and numbers o fbusinesses.67. They also have advertisements for some o f the businesses listed.68. The yellow pages are classified alphabetically by subjects.69. You can find a listing o f plumbers, electricians, physicians, schools, and so on.70. Under each heading is an alphabetical listing o f all the local businesses orpeople in that category.TEST 3 (U N IT 5)I. B8. D2.9.DB3. A10. C4. B11. D5. B12. D6.B13. C7. D14. B15. D16. B17. D18. B19. D20. A21. A22. A (to play — playing) 23. C (go — going)24. D (wasn’t -> didn’t)25. entertainment26. increasingly 27. computerized 28. communications29. True30. False31. False32. True__________33. You don’t need J don’t have to learn all these lessons byheart.34. Mr. Green has taught English for 20 years.35. The children wanted to know where the zoo was.36. You didn’t rem em ber to lock the front door last night, did you?TH E 1 st SEM ESTER TEST10. C8. B 9. CI. C2. D3. B4. C 5. D 6 . A 7. D19. C 20. D18. AII. C12. A13. D14. B 15. B16. B17.C21. D (did 1 come —>1 cam e)22.22.BB(to(to——►►for)for)23. B (convenience —►convenient) 24. C (fell —►feeling) 25. A (eaten —*• hadhi eaten)26. active27. majority 28. description 29. entrance 30. traditionally. . _______________^AM^n rv^A i38. D 39. A 40. A35. A 36. B 37. C33. A34. B31. D 32. D41. D 42. A 43. B 44. D 45. ARewriting.46. Both teenagers and adults read Times widely because it is one o f the mostpopular magazines.47. He was not expected to be the president o f the company.48.1 haven’t gone to the circus for two years.49. Because there are viruses, the Internet is sometimes dangerous.50. Because the new radio didn’t work, he took it back to the shop.U N IT 6: THE ENVIRONMENTI. Vocabulary _ Matching.5. B6. G7. C8. D9. J10. F1. H2. E3. A4.1LI. Gap filling3. environment 4. flow5. sewage1 . provide2 . rows8. folk9. Deforestation10 . persuade6. minimize7. rubbishIII. Word Formation3. pollution1 . retirement2 . rocky4. attendance7. Prevention6. seriously5. reduction8. discovery^10. harmful1 1 . environmental9. deforest12 . flights14. pollutants15. massive13. persuasion16. environmentalist18. provider17. provisionIV. Prepositions1. at/about2. like3. with4. from5. o f6. with7. in8. in9. from10. fromV. SPEAK1 . I think you should turn o ff the light before leaving the room because energy isprecious.2 . You shouldn’t let the water run while cleaning your teeth.We shouldn’t waste water because it is our precious resource.3. It would be better if you don’t throw pieces o f paper in the classroom.You shouldn’t do it because it may become your bad habit.4.Why d o n ’t you try to use few er plastic bags?I think you shouldn’t use so m any as they do not decay easily.VI. Adjectives or adverbs.c.Inolitelv2. com plete3. freshly 4. different5^quickly6.individually 7. slow8. extrem ely 9. incredibly10. approxim ate4. People will understand him better if he speaks a little louder.5. If the concert is boring, we won t stay for all o f it.6 . We w on”t ask her to help us if sh e ’s too busy.VIII. Conditional sentences.1. If it rains, they will get wet.2. If you are good, I will give you a bar o f chocolate.3. If you ring the bell, the servant will com e.4. If it is nice tomorrow, we will go boating up the river.5. If my brother has enough money, he will buy a new bicycle.6. If they use so much pesticide, the rivers w ill be polluted.7. If people travel more by public transport, the exhaust fum es in big cities willbe reduced.8. If we start at 6.00, we will arrive there before noon.9. If the boy eats so may green apples, he will be ill.10. If you join an English-speaking club, your speaking skill will be improved soon.IX. Adverbial clauses o f reason.1. Because it is a national holiday, you w o n “t find m any shops open.2. Because I can “t read Spanish, I have had to read the d ocum ent translated.3. Because it was a hot day, we went for a sw im in the river.4. Because it was a hot day, we w ent for a swim in the river.5. Because Tom wants to become independent, he is trying to find a flat o f his own.6 . Because he d idn”t want to wake up the baby, he tiptoed into the room.7. Because you were out. I left a m essage.8. Because I wanted to hear/ couldn’t hear the spokesman, 1 m oved to the frontrow.9. Because he had to pay for his school fees, he borrowed the m oney from hisfriends.10. Because he wants to study at a school in England, he is stu d y in e E nglish hard.X. Reading True/False.1. False2. False3. T r u e .4. False5. TrueXI. Rewriting.1. Because o f the hot w eather, the children are going sw im m ing.2. Because I didn’t want to be late for school, I hurried.3. The Internet is used as a m eans o f education.4. I d on “t think it easy to study V ietnam ese.5. Since Peter was careless, he lost the game.6 . The local residents find heavy traffic annoying.7. He speaks so slowly that his students get very bored.8. Mr. Stam m er has worked/ has been working for the com pany for ten years.9. She sings very sweetly.10. The bread isn’t fresh enough for us to eat.TEST 1 (UNIT 6)I .B2. D3. A4. A 5. C6. C7. A 8. B9. A10. DII. A 12. BI3 .A14. B 15. D16. B17. B 18. D19. B20. B2 1 . disappointing2 2 . expression23. pollution/ pollutants24. provision25. seriously26. B 27. B 28. A 29. D 30. C31. D 32. A 33. B 34. B 35. C36. D (happily —►happy)37 . B (was —►has been)38. B (hardly —►hard)39. A (will go on —> go on)40. A (sadly —►sad)41. A 42. A 43. B44. C 45. D 46. A 47. B 48. C49. B50. D51. C 52. D53. C54. B 55. D56. A57. B 58. C59. C60. BSentence building.61. O ur rivers, streams, and seas are being dirtied by activities on land.62. Forest have an important economic value because they provide us withresources such as timber.63. Forest are vital to the environment because they clean the air we breathe.64. Man has been cutting too many trees over the years and we now face up withthe problem o f deforestation.65. The forest is still a place that holds many of the world”s most valuable resources.66. Soil erosion results when forests are cut down carelessly.67. As erosion occurs, soil and other land debris are washed into our rivers.68. M otor boats pollute rivers with gas and oil emissions.69. Most soaps and detergents contain phosphates, a substance that is damaging tothe environment.70. W ashing clothes and bathing in rivers and streams send these phosphates out tothe sea. causing damage to fish and marine life.TEST 2 (UNIT 6)I. D 2. B3.C 4. A 5. B 6. A 7. B 8. A 9. A10. CI I .C12. B13. D 14. C 15. B 16. C17. B 18. A 19. C20. B21. beautifully22. minimum 23. harmless24. revision 25. provision26. B 27. A28. B 29. C 30. B 3 1. B32. B 33. B 34. C35. C36. B (for —*■to). 37. B (about —*■that) 38. A (fastly —* fast)39. B (got —*>gets/ can get) 40. C (will —♦ would)41. B 42. A43. A 44. D 45. C 46. B47. A 48. B 49. A50. C51. D 52. C53. A 54. D 55. A 56. B57. D 58. B 59. A60. DSentence building.61. About two hundred years ago Man lived in greater harmony with the environment.62. At that time industry was not much developed.63. Today the situation is quite different.64. People all over the world are worried about what is happening to the environment.65. Modern industry and the need for more energy do harm to our environment.66. Newspapers and magazines have articles about water pollution, air pollution,and land pollution.67. Why is so much discussion about pollution?68. After all, people have been polluting the world around them for thousands of years.69. The earth is our home. We must take care o f it, for ourselves and for the nextgenerations.70. This means keeping our environm ent clean.TE ST 3 (U N IT 6)6. B7 .C8. A 9. C10. A5. C3. B4. DC 2. A16.A17.D18.C19.A20.C15.C13. B14. B. B 12. C23.B(quick—>quickly)don’t)22.A(won”t21 .B25. environm entalists 26. pollutants24 . C (because ■* because of)False 32. False28. deforestation 29. True 30. “T”—True 31.27 . pesticides.Hoaworks(very)hard.jj34 . Since Peter was careless, he lost the game.35 . He speaks so slowly that his students get bored.36 .If you put garbage into the dustbins, you will/can m inimize pollution.U N IT 7: S A V IN G ENERG YI. Vocabulary _ Matching.8. C9. D10. E1. H2. F3. J4. G5. B6. A7.1II. Gap filling4. infrastructure 5. efficiency1. appliances2. energy3. labels10 . nuclear6 . install7. household8. innovations 9. effectivelyIII. Word Formation3. unprofitable4. conservationI. categorized2 . energetic5. conservationist 6. Installation8. suggestions7. replacem ent9. regularity10. separationIV. Prepositions4. inl.t o2. with3. up with5. without6. to7. to8. at – to – in 9. for – at10 . from – aboutV. SPEAK.1. A: Shall we go to the zoo by bicycle?B: All right. So let”s go there by bike.2. A: What about turning o ff the faucet over there in the corner?B: OK. Let”s go and turn it off.3. A: Why don”t we turn o ff the air-conditioner?B: OK.4. A: Shall we turn off all those ceiling fans in that classroom ?B: Let’s turn them off” now.VI. V erb form s.1 . to stay2 . visiting3. using – to wrap 4. opening5. helping6 . to remember 7. fishing8. meeting9. reading10 . carryingVII. Connectives.1 . although2 . because3. If4. and5. therefore6 . or7. but8. however9. so10 . asV III. Connectives.1 . or2 . and3. but4. so5. but6 . therefore7. but8. However9. so10 . orIX. Prepositions.l.o n2. o ff3. on4. o ff5. after6 . for7. up8. after9. for10. awayX. Phrasal verbs.1. look for2. turn o ff3..turn on4. look after . 5. go on6 . tu rn o ff7. turn on8. turn on9 . look for10. tu rn o nXI. Cloze reading.1. energy2. rural3. electricity4. wastes5. Students/ Pup6 . save7. o ff8. bulbs9. natural10. coalXII. Rewriting.1 . I suggest collecting plastic bags.2. How about going to the beach?3. He suggested that they should keep sheets with single printed page for drafting.4. Do you mind taking care o f the children?5. Because o f her good behaviour, everybody loves her.6 . She w ent to bed because she was very tired.7. This is the first tim e I have eaten this kind o f food.8. It is possible to use solar energy for a number o f days.9. By using solar energy, we can save natural resources.10. You don’t need to finish it by Saturday.TEST 1 (UNIT 7)I. A 2. C 3.D 4. C1 1 .D 12. A 1 3 .D14. C2 1 . replacem ent22. separation26. C27. D 28. C29.A36.C (For —►T herefore)38.A (to have —►having)40.B (w ere —> have been)41. A 42. B 43. D 44. B51. B 52. C 53. A 54. B5. D 6 .C 7. D8. D 9. C10. D15. B I 6.C17.C18.C19. A20. A23.consuming 24. energetic 25. enormously30. C 31. A 32. C33. D 34. D35. B37. B (however -♦ but)39. A (exciting —►excited)45. A55. D46.56.A 47. DA 57. B48. B 49. C58. B 59. D50. B60. CSentence building.61. W e are looking for a cheap, clean, effective source o f energy that/whichd oesn’t cause pollution or waste natural resources.62. At present, most o f our electricity comes from the use o f coal, gas, oil ornuclear power.”63. This pow er could be provided by the sun.64. One percent o f the solar energy that reaches the earth is enough to providepow er for the total population.65. Many countries are already using solar energy.66. Solar panels are placed on the ro o f o f a house andthe sun’s energy is used toheat water.67. The energy can be stored for a num ber o f days.68. On cloudy days you can use solar energy, too.69. Sweden has an advanced technology o f solar energy.70. Cars will use soiar energy instead o f gas by the year 2020.