Câu 1: Don't all of us want _________ and needed by other people?
B. to be loved
C. to love
D. being loved
Câu 2: _________ for twelve hours, I felt marvelous.
A. To have been slept
B. Having been slept
C. To have slept
D. Having slept
Câu 3: “You're always making terrible mistakes,” said the teacher. This sentence means that _________
A. The teacher made his students not always make terrible mistakes.
B. The teacher realized that his students always made terrible mistakes.
C. The teacher asked his students why they always made terrible mistakes.
D. The teacher complained about his students making terrible mistakes.
Câu 4: At the end of this month, we _________ friends for ten years.
A. has been
B. will have been
D. will be
Câu 5: Jane is fortunate now _________ a scholarship last month by her government.
A. to be given
B. having been given
C. to have been given
D. being given
Câu 6: He apologized _________ not being able to complete the poem.
Câu 7: I don't enjoy _________ at by other people.
A. to laugh
C. to be laughed
D. being laughed
Câu 8: Hoa: “Would you mind if I borrow your bike?”
A. Not at all
B. Excuse me
C. Yes, please
D. It’s my fault
Câu 9: “Is Marsha still here?” “No. She was the first _________”.
A. that she left
C. to leave
D. in leaving
Câu 10: Tom said that if he _________ me, he _________ that old building.
A. had been /wouldn’t buy
B. was /wouldn’t have bought
C. had been /wouldn’t have bought
D. were /wouldn’t buy
Câu 11: _________ he quits smoking, he will die.
Câu 12: _________ you at the station if you'd told me you were coming.
A. I'd have met
B. I was met
C. I met
D. I'd meet
Câu 13: “We need new curtains.” “Okay, let's buy _________ them.”
A. some with flower on
C. ones with flowers on
Câu 14: Nam: “Would you like to have dinner with me?” Nga: “_________”
A. Yes, it is. Isn’t it?
B. Yes, so do I.
C. I’ve had enough.
D. Yes, I’d love to.
Câu 15: “Let's have a break for lunch,” said Mathew. This sentence means that _________
A. Mathew suggested having a break for lunch.
B. Mathew insisted on having a break for lunch.
C. Mathew offered us a break for lunch.
D. Mathew wanted to have a break for lunch.
Câu 16: I _________ in this house for six years now.
B. have been lived
C. have lived
Câu 17: Jen had confided her secret to Mark; but he betrayed her _________.
Câu 18: She showed her _________ by asking lots of trivial questions.
Câu 19: Children are always _________ about Tet holiday.
Câu 20: Each nation has many people who voluntarily take care _________ others.
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting
Câu 21: There's hardly no sugar left, so we must get some when we go shopping.
A. no sugar
Câu 22: John congratulated us of passing our exam.
Read the passage and choose the correct answer for each question
Thanksgiving is celebrated in theUSon the fourth Thursday in November. For many Americans it is the most important holiday apart from Christmas. Schools, offices and most businesses close for Thanksgiving, and many people make the whole weekend a vacation.
Thanksgiving is associated with the time when Europeans first came to North America. In 1620 the ship the Mayflowers arrived, bringing about 150 people who today are usually called Pilgrims. They arrived at the beginning of a very hard winter and could not find enough to eat, so many of them died. But in the following summer Native Americans showed them what foods were safe to eat, so that they could save food for the next winter. They held a big celebration to thank God and the Native Americans for the fact that they had survived.
Today people celebrate Thanksgiving to remember these early days.
The most important part of the celebration is a traditional dinner with foods that come fromNorth America. The meal includes turkey, sweet potatoes (also called yams) and cranberries, which are made into a kind of sauce or jelly. The turkey is filled with stuffing or dressing, and many families have their own special recipe. Dessert is pumpkin made into a pie.
On Thanksgiving there are special television programs and sports events. InNew Yorkthere is the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, when a long line of people wearing fancy costumes march through the streets with large balloons in the shape of imaginary characters. Thanksgiving is considered the beginning of the Christmas period, and the next day many people go out to shop for Christmas presents.
Câu 23: In the United States, Thanksgiving is _________.
A. a religious celebration held by Christians only
B. celebrated as a public holiday
C. more important than Christmas
D. apart from Christmas
Câu 24: According to the passage, Pilgrims are _________.
A. people who left their home and went to live in North America in the early 17th century
B. people who travelled to America by ships
C. trips that religious people make to a holy place
D. Native Americans who live in North America
Câu 25: All of the following statements are mentioned EXCEPT _________.
A. People celebrate Thanksgiving to thank God
B. People go to churches for religious services on Thanksgiving
C. People usually have traditional dinners on Thanksgiving
D. There are lots of entertainments on Thanksgiving
Câu 26: On Thanksgiving, _________.
A. turkey, yams and pumpkin pies are served
B. people join in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
C. people wear colored carnival masks matching through the streets
D. people go out to shop for Christmas presents
Câu 27: Which of the following is not true?
A. Thanksgiving was originally celebrated by the first, Europeans in North America to thank God for their survival.
B. Christmas comes less than a month after Thanksgiving.
C. In theUS, Thanksgiving is not a national holiday; it's a religious holiday.
D. The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is colorful and exciting.
Read the following passage and choose the correct option (A, B, C, or D) for each blank
If you are invited to someone's house for dinner in theUnited States, you should bring a gift, such as a (28)_________ of flowers or a box of chocolates. If you give your host a (29)_________ gift, he/she may open it in front of you. Opening a present in front of the gift-giver is considered polite. It shows that the host is excited about receiving the gift and wants to show his/her appreciation to you immediately. Even if the host doesn't like it, he/she will tell a “white lie” and say how much they like the gift to (30)_________ the guest from feeling bad. If your host asks you to arrive at a particular time, you should not arrive (31)_________ on time or earlier than the (32)_________ time, because this is considered to be potentially inconvenient and therefore rude, as the host may not be ready.
Câu 28: (28)
Câu 29: (29)
Câu 30: (30)
Câu 31: (31)
Câu 32: (32)
Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the sentence which has the same meaning as the original one
Câu 33: “Could you please wait here until your name is called?” she said.
A. She wanted to know if I could wait there until my name was called.
B. She asked me to wait there until my name was called.
C. She advised me to wait there until my name was called.
D. She reminded me to wait here until my name was called.
Câu 34: “I wish I'd asked for his name and address,” Lan said.
A. Lan regretted not to ask for his name and address.
B. Lan regretted not asking for his name and address.
C. Lan regretted to ask for his name and address.
D. Lan regretted not having asking for his name and address.
Câu 35: “If we had a map, we could find the street,” Mai said
A. Mai said that if we had a map, we could find the street.
B. Mai said that if they had a map, they could find the street.
C. Mai said that if they had had a map, they could have found the street.
D. Mai said that if they had had a map, they could find the street.
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others
Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others