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  1. ĐỀ THI BỒI DƯỠNG HSG NĂM 2011 I/. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR: 1. Sleep is _______ to our health. a. necessary b. necessarily c. necessity d. necessitate 2. Don’t come to see me during the night except in case of ________. a. necessary b. necessity c. necessarily d. necessitate 3. When persuasion failed, he _______ force. a. useful b. use c. useless d. used 4. He lost the _______ of both legs long time ago. a. used b. useful c. use d. usual 5. May I speak to you _______? a. private b. privately c. privateer d. privacy 6. Reggae music was _______ by Bob Marley in the 1970s. a. popularity b. popularly c. popularized d. popular 7. The place where the readers can do research is the library. -The place _______ is the library. a. _______ for doing research with the readers. b. in which for doing research of the readers. c. for the readers to do research _______ d. to the readers for doing research _______ 8. The boss asked all his workers _______ on time. a. come b. came c. coming d. to come 9. Let your name ______ in this sheet of paper. a. be written b. to be written c. write d. being written 10. Mathematics ______ not easy to learn. a. was b. is c. were d. are 11. When we got there, the tickets ______ out. -So, we ______ to go back home. a. had been sold / had b. had sold / had c. were sold / had d. were being sold / had 12. He has a new job now. No longer does he work here. -He _____ here since he was twenty. a. has been working b. has worked c. was working d. worked 13. That boy doesn’t come here on time. -I wish he ______. a. comes b. does come c. had come d. came 14. I want to make a trip to Dalat but the weather is bad. I have to delay ______ a trip to Dalat. a. made b. for making c. making d. to make 15. “Where have you found your lost glasses?” -My mother wants to know _______. a. ……….you have found your lost glasses. b. ………. Where you have found your lost glasses. c. ………. Where you had found your lost glasses. d. ………. Where I have found my lost glasses. 16. “You should try to work.” Our teacher said. -Our teacher said ______. a. I / We should try to work hard. b. You should try to work hard. c. I / We should have tried to work hard. d. We had to try to work hard. 17. Those are your shoes, ______? a. aren’t those b. aren’t you c. aren’t they d. are not they
  2. 18. She tried to work hard ______ she could pass the exam. a. because b. so that c. in order that d. both b and c 19. Last night, before I ______ to bed, I ______ that news by my father. a. went / had told b. went / had been told c. had gone / was told d. had gone / told 20. If man continued cutting down forests, the life on the earth ______ affected. a. would have been b. would be c. could be d. both b and c 21. ______ we safeguard the natural resources, our life will be destroyed. a. although b. unless c. because d. if 22. Hype Park has Speaker’s Corner _____ one may say anything one pleases. a. why b. what c. where d. when 23. Just ______ your coats on the racks in the hall. a. let b. leave c. lie d. take 24. After you graduate from the university, you still have to _______ studying. a. get on b. go over c. get out d. go on 25. Please put ______ yo ur cigarette, I’m allergic to smoke. a. out b. forward c. off d. down 26. M y father used to smoke a lot, ______? a. didn’t he b. used not he c. used he d. did he 27. The prefix _____ added to the noun “growth” makes another noun that means “low-lying vegetation or small trees growing beneath or among larger trees.” a. sub b. under c. over d. super II. Fill in each blank with the suitable form of the word given. 28. I enjoy ……………….. with my students after class. (SOCIAL) 29. I can’t see any ………………… between these two cases. (DISTINGUISH) 30. The firm has decided to ………………… its wages department. (COMPUTER) III. Write meaningful sentences with these groups of words. 31. The computer / any mathematician / hundreds of times / work / faster / can / than. ............................................................................................................................................................................... 32. The weather / going for a walk / so…that / after dinner / suggested / was / nice / my sister. ............................................................................................................................................................................... IV. Do as directed in parentheses. 33. I cannot leave here until she comes back. (Rewrite this sentence, begin with the cue…) -Not until .................................................................................................................................................................. 34. She didn’t tell me the reason that she came there yesterday. (Use full infinitive phrase) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 35. The stories he told were very amusing. We all laughed merrily. (Use SUCH…THAT) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 36. You may take care of new plants. You may also water these flower-beds. (Use EITHER…OR) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 37. My friend can do hard work. He can work all day. (Use NOT ONLY …ALSO. Begin the sentence with NOT ONLY). ............................................................................................................................................................................... V/. READING COMPREHENSION: A. Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage with a suitable word given in the box. a. few b. occupied c. lack d. result e. events f. prolonged g. caused h. hungry i. destroyed j. struck FAMINE Famine is a __(1)___, food shortage that cause widespread hunger and death. Throughout history, famine has __(2)___ at least one area of the world. Every __ (3)__ years, most of the developing nations of Africa, Asia and
  3. Latin America have barely enough food for their people. Millions in these countries go __(4)__. When food production or imports drop for any reason, famine may strike and thousands or millions of people may die. Many famines have more than one cause. For example, the great Bengal famine of 1943 in Eastern India was _(5)__ b y both natural and historical __(6)___ World war II created a general food shortage and led to the cut-off rice imports from Burma, which had been __(7)__ by the Japanese. Then a cyclone _(8)__ much farmland. Nearly all famines __(9)__ from crop failures. The chief causes of crop failure include (1) drought (prolonged __(10)__ of rain), (2) too much rainfall and flooding and (3) plant diseases and pests. Many other factors may also help create a famine. B. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below. SUMO WRESTLING People from other countries usually think Sumo is very strange but the Japanese love it and find the ir traditional sport very exciting. Every year, there are six tournaments and millions of Japanese watch them on television. A tournament is a series of matches. Sumo is almost as old as the nation of Japan itself. Stories say that there was sumo wrestling over 2,000 years ago. History says that there were national sumo tournaments in the eighth century. Usually athletes are thin and can move very quickly. It is beautiful to watch them play. However, sumo wrestlers weigh from 100 to 160 kilos. One famous wrestler weighed 195 kilos. Sumo wrestlers do not look beaut iful and sumo wrestling is a very slow sport. Sumo wrestlers start training when they are boys. They exercise to make the bodies strong. They also eat and eat. Sumo wrestlers wrestle in a round ring with a sand floor. A wrestles loses the match if he leaves the ring. He is also the loser if any part of his body except his feet touches the floor. Each wrestler tries to push the other down on the floor or out of the ring. Sometimes one wrestler just steps aside when the other wrestler rushes toward him. Then that wrestler falls down or falls out of the ring. QUESTIONS: 1. Why do people say that Sumo wrestling is the traditional of the Japanese? a. There has been Sumo wrestling since Japan was established. b. There was Sumo wrestling in this country over 2,000 years ago. c. people have been organizing that sport since the eighth century. d. all are correct. 2. How many tournaments are there every year? a. six b. s series of matches c. eight d. none are correct 3. A wrestler would win the match if ………….. a. he could lie down inside the ring. b. he could run out of the ring. c. he could push his opponent down or out of the ring. d. he could step aside when his opponent rushed toward him. 4. What do you think about the Sumo wrestlers? a. they are very fat and they move slowly. b. they are thin and can move very quickly. c. they look beautiful. d. all are correct. 5. In the passage, “wrestler” means …………. a. a person who is good at swimming, jumping, etc. b. a person who struggles with somebody, trying to throw him to the ground or push him out of the ring. c. a person who wins the match. d. a person who is interested in wrestling.
  4. PRACTICE 1: I/. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR: 1. Sleep is _______ to our health. a. necessary b. necessarily c. necessity d. necessitate 2. Don’t come to see me during the night except in case of ________. a. necessary b. necessity c. necessarily d. necessitate 3. When persuasion failed, he _______ force. a. useful b. use c. useless d. used 4. He lost the _______ of both legs long time ago. a. used b. useful c. use d. usual 5. May I speak to you _______? a. private b. privately c. privateer d. privacy 6. Reggae music was _______ by Bob Marley in the 1970s. a. popularity b. popularly c. popularized d. popular 7. The place where the readers can do research is the library. -The place _______ is the library. a. _______ for doing research with the readers. b. in which for doing research of the readers. c. for the readers to do research _______ d. to the readers for doing research _______ 8. The boss asked all his workers _______ on time. a. come b. came c. coming d. to come 9. Let your name ______ in this sheet of paper. a. be written b. to be written c. write d. being written 10. Mathematics ______ not easy to learn. a. was b. is c. were d. are 11. When we got there, the tickets ______ out. -So, we ______ to go back home. a. had been sold / had b. had sold / had c. were sold / had d. were being sold / had 12. He has a new job now. No longer does he work here. -He _____ here since he was twenty. a. has been working b. has worked c. was working d. worked 13. That boy doesn’t come here on time. -I wish he ______. a. comes b. does come c. had come d. came 14. I want to make a trip to Dalat but the weather is bad. I have to delay ______ a trip to Dalat. a. made b. for making c. making d. to make 15. “Where have you found your lost glasses?” -My mother wants to know _______. a. ……….you have found your lost glasses. b. ………. Where you have found your lost glasses. c. ………. Where you had found your lost glasses. d. ………. Where I have found my lost glasses. 16. “You should try to work.” Our teacher said. -Our teacher said ______. a. I / We should try to work hard. b. You should try to work hard. c. I / We should have tried to work hard. d. We had to try to work hard. 17. Those are your shoes, ______? a. aren’t those b. aren’t you c. aren’t they d. are not they 18. She tried to work hard ______ she could pass the exam. a. because b. so that c. in order that d. both b and c
  5. 19. Last night, before I ______ to bed, I ______ that news by my father. a. went / had told b. went / had been told c. had gone / was told d. had gone / told 20. If man continued cutting down forests, the life on the earth ______ affected. a. would have been b. would be c. could be d. both b and c 21. ______ we safeguard the natural resources, our life will be destroyed. a. although b. unless c. because d. if 22. Hype Park has Speaker’s Corner _____ one may say anything one pleases. a. why b. what c. where d. when 23. Just ______ your coats on the racks in the hall. a. let b. leave c. lie d. take 24. After you graduate from the university, you still have to _______ studying. a. get on b. go over c. get out d. go on 25. Please put ______ your cigarette, I’m allergic to smoke. a. out b. forward c. off d. down 26. My father used to smoke a lot, ______? a. didn’t he b. used not he c. used he d. did he 27. The prefix _____ added to the noun “growth” makes another noun that means “low-lying vegetation or small trees growing beneath or among larger trees.” a. sub b. under c. over d. super II. Fill in each blank with the suitable form of the word given. 28.I enjoy …socializing….. with my students after class. (SOCIAL) 29. I can’t see any ……distinction…… between these two cases. (DISTINGUISH) 30. The firm has decided to ……computerize…… its wages department. (COMPUTER) III. Write meaningful sentences with these groups of words. 31. The computer / any mathematician / hundreds of times / work / faster / can / than. The computer can work hundreds of times faster than any mathematician ............................................................... 32. The weather / going for a walk / so…that / after dinner / suggested / was / nice / my sister. The weather was so nice that my sister suggested going for a walk after dinner ...................................................... IV. Do as directed in parentheses. 33. I cannot leave here until she comes back. (Rewrite this sentence, begin with the cue…) -Not until she comes back, can I leave here ................................................................................................................ 34. She didn’t tell me the reason that she came there yesterday. (Use full infinitive phrase) She didn’t tell me the reason to come there yesterday ............................................................................................. 35. The stories he told were very amusing. We all laughed merrily. (Use SUCH…THAT) He told such amusing stories that we all laughed merrily ........................................................................................ 36. You may take care of new plants. You may also water these flower-beds. (Use EITHER…OR) You may either take care of new plants or water these flower-beds ......................................................................... 37. My friend can do hard work. He can work all day. (Use NOT ONLY …ALSO. Begin the sentence with NOT ONLY). Not only can my friend do hard work, he can also work all day............................................................................... V/. READING COMPREHENSION: A. Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage with a suitable word given in the box. a. few b. occupied c. lack d. result e. events f. prolonged g. caused h. hungry i. destroyed j. struck FAMINE Famine is a _ prolonged _, food shortage that cause widespread hunger and death. Throughout history, famine has _ struck _ at least one area of the world. Every _ few _ years, most of the developing nations of Africa, Asia
  6. and Latin America have barely enough food for their people. Millions in these countries go _ hungry _. When food production or imports drop for any reason, famine may strike and thousands or millions of people may die. Many famines have more than one cause. For example, the great Bengal famine of 1943 in Eastern India was _ caused _ b y both natural and historical _ events _ World war II created a general food shortage and led to the cut-off rice imports from Burma, which had been _ occupied _ b y the Japanese. Then a cyclone _ destroyed _ much farmland. Nearly all famines _ result _ from crop failures. The chief causes of crop failure include (1) drought (prolonged _ lack _ of rain), (2) too much rainfall and flooding and (3) plant diseases and pests. Many other factors may also help create a famine. B. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below. SUMO WRESTLING People from other countries usually think Sumo is very strange but the Japanese love it and find the ir traditional sport very exciting. Every year, there are six tournaments and millions of Japanese watch them on television. A tournament is a series of matches. Sumo is almost as old as the nation of Japan itself. Stories say that there was sumo wrestling over 2,000 years ago. History says that there were national sumo tournaments in the eighth century. Usually athletes are thin and can move very quickly. It is beautiful to watch them play. However, sumo wrestlers weigh from 100 to 160 kilos. One famous wrestler weighed 195 kilos. Sumo wrestlers do not look beaut iful and sumo wrestling is a very slow sport. Sumo wrestlers start training when they are boys. They exercise to make the bodies strong. They also eat and eat. Sumo wrestlers wrestle in a round ring with a sand floor. A wrestles loses the match if he leaves the ring. He is also the loser if any part of his body except his feet touches the floor. Each wrestler tries to push the other down o n the floor or out of the ring. Sometimes one wrestler just steps aside when the other wrestler rushes toward him. Then that wrestler falls down or falls out of the ring. QUESTIONS: 1.Why do people say that Sumo wrestling is the traditional of the Japanese? a. There has been Sumo wrestling since Japan was established. b. There was Sumo wrestling in this country over 2,000 years ago. c. people have been organizing that sport since the eighth century. d. all are correct. 2. How many tournaments are there every year? a. six b. s series of matches c. eight d. none are correct 3. A wrestler would win the match if ………….. a. he could lie down inside the ring. b. he could run out of the ring. c. he could push his opponent down or out of the ring. d. he could step aside when his opponent rushed toward him. 4. What do you think about the Sumo wrestlers? a. they are very fat and they move slowly. b. they are thin and can move very quickly. c. they look beautiful. d. all are correct. 5. In the passage, “wrestler” means …………. a. a person who is good at swimming, jumping, etc. b. a person who struggles with somebody, trying to throw him to the ground or push him out of the ring. c. a person who wins the match. d. a person who is interested in wrestling.
  7. PRACTICE 2: I.VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR: 1. English is ______ in many parts of the world. a. speaking b. to speak c. speech d. spoken 2. Young people are sometimes disrespectful in their _____. a. speaking b. spoken c. speech d. speaker 3. Our teacher was _____with anger. a. speechless b. spoken c. speaking d. speaker 4. His _____ is so boring that everyone felt sleepy. a. speaking b. speech c. speaker d. loud-speaker 5. The red flag with a yellow star in the centre is the _____ flag of Vietnam. a. nation b. international c. national d. nationality 6. Tell me the _____ why you come here late. a. cause b. possibility c. reason d. proof 7. And here are the main points of the news again. The pound _____ against the US dollar. a. has fallen b. fell c. was falling d. had fallen 8. What _____ in the office when the fire happened yesterday morning? a. did you do b. had you done c. are you doing d. were you doing 9. We _____ football at the stadium at two o’clock yesterday afternoon. a. played b. were playing c. are playing d. have played 10. I _____ her at the airport this morning but I forgot. a. should have met b. had met c. met d. meet 11. The best place in which we can practice English is the staff-room. -The best place _____. a. is the staff-room to practice English. b. is the staff-room for practicing English. c. for us to practice English is the staff-room. d. for practicing English for us is the staff-room. 12.I visited the coastal villages _____ by that terrible flood. a. were destroyed b. was destroying c. destroying d. destroyed 13. My mother doesn’t spend 14 hours a day doing housework any more. -No longer _____. a. my mother doesn’t spend 14 hours a day doing housework. b. doesn’t my mother spend 14 hours a day doing housework. c. does my mother spend 14 hours a day doing housework. d. spends my mother 14 hours doing housework any more. 14. The detective asked the witness to describe the scene of crime _____ detail. a. because of b. in c. with d. at 15. She didn’t come here last week. I wish _____. a. she came b. she did come c. she had come d. she would come 16. If the weather _____ fine, we would go for a walk after dinner. a. was b. had been c. is d. were 17. There are a lot of books in the library. I cannot count them. -There are too _____. a. many books in the library for me to count. b. books for me in the library to count. c. many books for me in the library to count them. d. many books in the library for me cannot count them. 18. “Could you show me the way to the nearest b ank?” A passenger said to me. -A passenger _____ to the nearest bank. a. said I could show him the way b. told me to show him the way c. wanted me to show him the way d. both b and c are correct. 19. I enjoy living in the countryside _____ the air here is very quite. a. because b. although c. so that d. when
  8. PRACTICE 2: I.VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR: 1. English is ______ in many parts of the world. a. speaking b. to speak c. speech d. spoken 2. Young people are sometimes disrespectful in their _____. a. speaking b. spoken c. speech d. speaker 3. Our teacher was _____with anger. a. speechless b. spoken c. speaking d. speaker 4. His _____ is so boring that everyone felt sleepy. a. speaking b. speech c. speaker d. loud-speaker 5. The red flag with a yellow star in the centre is the _____ flag of Vietnam. a. nation b. international c. national d. nationality 6. Tell me the _____ why you come here late. a. cause b. possibility c. reason d. proof 7. And here are the main points of the news again. The pound _____ against the US dollar. a. has fallen b. fell c. was falling d. had fallen 8. What _____ in the office when the fire happened yesterday morning? a. did you do b. had you done c. are you doing d. were you doing 9. We _____ football at the stadium at two o’clock yesterday afternoon. a. played b. were playing c. are playing d. have played 10. I _____ her at the airport this morning but I forgot. a. should have met b. had met c. met d. meet 11. The best place in which we can practice English is the staff-room. -The best place _____. a. is the staff-room to practice English. b. is the staff-room for practicing English. c. for us to practice English is the staff-room. d. for practicing English for us is the staff-room. 12.I visited the coastal villages _____ by that terrible flood. a. were destroyed b. was destroying c. destroying d. destroyed 13. My mother doesn’t spend 14 hours a day doing housework any more. -No longer _____. a. my mother doesn’t spend 14 hours a day doing housework. b. doesn’t my mother spend 14 hours a day doing housework. c. does my mother spend 14 hours a day doing housework. d. spends my mother 14 hours doing housework any more. 14. The detective asked the witness to describe the scene of crime _____ detail. a. because of b. in c. with d. at 15. She didn’t come here last week. I wish _____. a. she came b. she did come c. she had come d. she would come 16. If the weather _____ fine, we would go for a walk after dinner. a. was b. had been c. is d. were 17. There are a lot of books in the library. I cannot count them. -There are too _____. a. many books in the library for me to count. b. books for me in the library to count. c. many books for me in the library to count them. d. many books in the library for me cannot count them. 18. “Could you show me the way to the nearest bank?” A passenger said to me. -A passenger _____ to the nearest bank. a. said I could show him the way b. told me to show him the way c. wanted me to show him the way d. both b and c are correct. 19. I enjoy living in the countryside _____ the air here is very quite. a. because b. although c. so that d. when
  9. II. READING COMPREHENSION: Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage with a suitable word given in the box. a. climate b. materials c. total d. area e. saving f. from g. decreasing h. different i. solution j. glue RAIN FORESTS Rain forests cover about 7 percent of the earth’s… area … but they have 100.000 kinds of plants, probably half of all the kinds of plants on earth. Twenty percent of our … different … kinds of medicine comes … from… rain forests. The … glue …. on an envelope and in shoes is taken from tropical plants. Rain forests provide … materials … for hundreds of other products. Rain forests are also very important to the world’s … climate… The Amazon rain forest alone receives bout 30 to 40 percent of the … total …. Rainfall on the earth and produces about the same percentage of the world’s oxygen (O). No one knows how the …decreasing…size of the world’s rain forests will affect the earth’s climate. … saving …our rain forests is an international problem. One country or even a few countries cannot solve the problem alone. The nations of the world must work together to find a … solution … before it is too late. III. Fill in each blank with the suitable form of the word given in parentheses. 1. You should try not to mention the …possibility….of being sick. (POSSIBLE) 2. Teachers usually make …corrections….in red ink. (CORRECT) 3. They’ve just popularized a new teaching …methodology…(METHOD) III. Write meaningful sentences with these groups of words. 1. Instead of / of the sun / reflect / the light / of its own / give out / the moon. Instead of giving out the light of its own, the moon reflects the light of the sun. 2. Be / these minerals / can / once / replaced / used to / never. Once used up, these minerals can never be placed. IV. Do as directed in parentheses. 1. It is necessary to preserve the natural resources. (Change into passive voice.) … It is necessary for the natural resources to be preserved ……… 2. She didn’t once lose the marathon race. (Use the emphatic form) …Not once did she lose the marathon race…………………… 3. I have …enough….material…to build……that house. (Fill in the blanks with missing words) 4. I have a beautiful garden for my father to look after when he was alive. (Replace the full infinitive phrase b y a relative clause.) … I have a beautiful garden after which my father used to look when he was alive……………………… PRACTICE 3: I/. READING COMPREHENSION: A-Fill in the blanks with suitable words. a. delay b. day c. devices d. about e. methods f. invention g. child-bearing h. ago i. time j. event WOMEN’S LIBERATION The first cause of the liberation was the development of effective birth-control ……………., freeing women from the endless cycle of ………………, and rearing. As a result of having a choice as to if and when to b ear children, women acquired the freedom and the ………………to pursue interests outside the home. Because of the development of birth-control, women could ……………… having children and avoid having them altogether. Consequently, women had the opportunity to acquire an education and / or pursue a career.
  10. The second ……………… was the development of mechanized labor-saving ……………… for the home, resulting in more leisure time and freedom for women. For example, fifty years …………….. ,a housewife spent an average of twelve to fourteen hours per ………………. doing housework. Due to the …………………of machines such as vacuum cleaners, washing machines and dishwashers, a housewife can now take care of her daily housework in ……………five hours. B-Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below: WOMEN In developing countries, where three fourths of the world’s popu lation live sixty percent of the people who can’t read and write are women. Behind illiterate doesn’t mean they are not intelligent. It does mean it is difficult for them to change their lives. They produce more than half of the food. In Africa eighty percent of agricultural work is done by women. There are many programs to help poor countries develop their agriculture. However, for years, these programs provided money and training for men. In parts of Africa, this is s typical day for a village woman. At 4:45a.m, she gets up, washes and eats. It takes her a half hour to walk to the fields, and she works there until 3:00p.m. She collects firewood and gets home at 4:00. She spends the next hour and a half preparing food to cook. Then she collects water for another hours. From 6:30 to 8:30 she cooks. After dinner, she spends an hour washing the dishes and her children. She go es to bed at 9:30p.m. International organizations and programs run by developed nations are starting to help women, as well as men, improve their agricultural production. Governments have already passed some laws affecting women because of the UNO Decade for Women. The UNO report will affect the changes now happening in the family and society. QUESTIONS: 1. By whom (what) was the Decade for Women organized? a. by developing countries. b. by the United Nations Organization. c. by the World Health Organization. d. by many Afican countries 2. Why do people say women produce more than half of the food? a. because 80% of all agricultural word is done by women. b. because 60% of women are illiterate. c. most women are not intelligent. d. all are correct. 3. Why do people say that Afican women’s lives are hard. a. because these women are busy with housework. b. because they work all day in the fields. c. both a and b are correct. d. none are correct. 4. What do these women do after dinner? a. they always go for a walk. b. they collect water. c. they collect firewood. d. they always wash dishes and their children. 5. It is difficult for them to change their lives. Why? a. because they are illiterate. b. because they are afraid of changing. c. because they do eighty percent of agricultural work. d. all a, b, and c are correct.
  11. PRACTICE 4: I.VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR: 1. English is one of the ……..languages. a. best spoken b. best used c. most international d. best written 2. What ……..when I phoned you at 8 o’clock this morning? a. were you doing b. are you doing c. did you do d. do you do 3. She wasn’t at the Science club last night. I wish she ……..there last night. a. were b. had been c. was d. would be 4. Many people have lost their job ………the firm’s collapse. a. because of b. with the help of c. in spite of d. thanks to 5. Someone has stolen my bicycle. My bicycle ……… a. has stolen b. has been stolen by someone c. has been stolen d. has been stealing 6. My father works hard ………I can study abroad. a. since b. so that c. because d. when 7. She is the ………singer ………these pupils. a. better…..among b. good……among c. b est…….in d. best……..among 8. She is trying to learn English …….apply for a new job. a. to b. in order to c. so as to d. all are correct 9. “There is a tendency to resolve the air pollution” means…….. a. People are willing to resolve the air pollution. b. People tend to resolve the air pollution. c. People dislike resolving the air pollution. d. People avoid resolving the air pollution. 10. She has no money now because she spent so …………money last month. a. many b. little c. much d. few 11. She hesistated for a moment and then went ……… a. on b. out c. by d. up 12. There are no beautiful watches that we can buy in this shop. - There are no ………… a. beautiful watches for buying to us in this shop. b. buying beautiful watches for us in this shop. c. to buy beautiful watches for us in this shop. d. beautiful watches for us to buy in this shop. 13. That boy is stupid. My sister cannot teach him music. -He is such ………that my sister cannot teach him music. a. stupid boy b. boy stupid c. boy very stupid d. a stupid boy 14. My father has a worker ……… a fence round our garden. a. make b. making c. to make d. made 15. We can conserve minerals ……… the metal in discarded products. a. to recycle b. for recycling c. by recycling d. recycling 16.
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