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REVIEW UNIT 13, 15, 16I. Mark the letter A, B, or to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions:1. A. finish ed B. march ed C. stopp ed D. robb ed2. A. attract ed B. collect ed C. decid ed D. arriv ed 3. A. plac es B. ag es C. liv es D. pag es4. A. thank B. show C. suggest D. stop s5. A. letter B. book C. pet D. stamp II. Choose the correct answer A, B, C, or to each of the following questions.6. There are number of things like to do in my free time.A. leisure B. precious C. busy D. idle7. My uncle, who is an accomplished guitarist, taught me how to play.A. unimpaired B. skilled C. ill-educated D. unqualified8. Now can play few simple tunes.A. compound B. plain C. easy D. complicated9. ‘How do you do. I’m Bill Thomson. ‘_____________’ A. Very well. Thank you. B. I’m fifteen years old. C. I’m fine. D. How do you do.10. have modest little glass fish tank where keep variety of small fish.A. limited B. excessive C. conceited D. moderate11. ‘Thank you very much for the lovely flowers.’ ‘___________.’A. You’re welcome. B. You like flowers, don’t you?C. Yeah, the flowers are nice. D. It was an excellent choice.12. The singer was ________________ on the piano by her sister. A. played B. performed C. accompanied D. helped13. The most important thing is to keep yourself occupied .A. busy B. relaxed C. comfortable D. free14.___________ who was elected the first woman mayor of Chicago in 1979.A. It was Jane Byrne B. Jane Byrne C. That Jane Byrne D. When Jane Byrne15. ‘Would you like drink ?’ ‘_______________’A. Yes, want to. B. Yes, please. C. Thank you. don’t want. D. No, won’t.16.____________ that the capital of South Carolina was moved from Charleston to ColumbiaA. In 1790 was B. There was in 1790 C. In 1790 D. It was in 179017. ‘Nice to meet you.’ ‘___________’A. This is Peter White. B. Nice to meet you, too.C. I’m fine, thanks. D. It was nice to you to say so.18. The man ___________ on the chair behind me kept talking during the film, ___________really annoyed me.A. having sat/ that B. sitting/ which C. to sit/ what D. to be sitting/ who19. ‘Thank you very much.’ ‘___________’A. Yes, of course. B. like it lot. C. You’re alright. D. You’re welcome.20. He advised me to practise playing the guitar regularly A. frequently B. commonly C. freely D. completely21. Neil Armstrong was the first person ___________ foot on the moon.A. set B. setting C. to set D. who was set22. In the novel by Peter, ________ the film is based, the main character is teenager.A. on that B. who C. on which D. which 23. Who was the first person _____________ the South Pole? A. reached B. to reach C. who reaches D. had reached 24. It is in Quebec___________ French is used as an official language A. which B. where C. in where D. that25. Mrs White, ______ taught me English years ago, is good teacher.A. who B. that C. whom D. whose.26. ___________that the capital of South Carolina was moved from Charleston to Columbia.A. In 1790 was B. There was in 1790 C. In 1790 D. It was in 179027. It was Mr. Harding ___________ the bill to yesterday.A. who sent my secretary B. to whom my secretary sentC. that my secretary sent D. my secretary sent 28. ___________ Ruth St. Dennis turned to Asian dances to find inspiration for her choreography. A. It was the dancer that B. The dancer C. That the dancer D. The dancer was29___________ bought the golden fish.A. It was from this shop that B. was from this shop whereC. It was this shop which D. It was this shop that30. It was Tom ___________ to help us.A. comes B. who comes C. to come D. that came31. Do you know when the 2006 Asian Games took place ?A. happened B. deepened C. added D. struggled32. The Asian Games have advanced in all aspects since the first Games was help in 1951.A. developed B. competed C. taken place D. decreased33. Only 489 athletes took part in the st Asian Games.A. participated in B. got rid of C. gave up D. added to34. Korea was chosen to be of the 2002 Asian Games.A. athlete B. host C. participant D. guest35. The Olympic Games is one of the biggest sporting all over the world.A. problems B. athletes C. cultures D. eventsA. enthusiasm B. enthusiast C. enthusiastic D. enthusiastically36. We are quite of the success of our country at the next Asian Games.A. hope B. hopeful C. hopefully D. hopefulness37. do weight training every day to improve the of muscles.A. strong B. strength C. strongly D. strengthen38. We presented the athletes some flowers as token of our for all their efforts to achieve.A. appreciate B. appreciation C. appreciated D. appreciative39. After the opening ceremony, the athletes got ready to start the .A. compete B. competitor C. competition D. competitive40. is considered to be the most popular, is also my favorite.A. Football which B. Football, that C. Football, which D. Football41. The football season is the time thousands of football fans crowd into the stadium to watch their favorite teams.A. where B. which C. at that D. when42. Athletes do their best to win medals to winners as awards.A. which give B. are give C. to give D. given43. Each country sends its best athletes participation expresses the friendship and solidarity.A. who B. which C. that D. whose44. The man black suit is football referee.A. to wear B. wearing C. who wear D. wears.45. Fencing was first introduced at the 13 th Asian Games, in Bangkok. Thailand in 1998.A. to be held B. holding C. when was held D. which was held46. He took out photo of Pélé, he adored.A. whose B. whom C. that D. which47. The death of his son was an experience from he never fully recovered.A. when B. why C. that D. which48. They are talking about they are looking at.A. David Beckham is picture B. David Beckham’s pictureC. David Beckham, which picture D. David Beckham, whose picture49. This is picture in the newspaper of high jumper leg was seriously hurt.A. who B. whom C. whose D. that50. The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the famous man-made wonders of the world. A. artificial B. natural C. modern D. internal51. The Great Pyramid was only ------------------ in height in the nineteenth century AD. A. proposed B. promoted C. improved D. surpassed 52. There are rumors of buried___----- in that old house. A. belongings B. tomb C. treasure D. chamber53. The purpose ---------------- the research was to find out more information about the pyramid. A. of B. for C. in D. from 54. The tomb was broken last night and the ------------------ stole all the jewelries. A. thieves B. king C. dead D. police 55. pharaoh was ------------------- of ancient Egypt. A. queen B. king C. prince D. princess 56.-------------------- are places built in ancient Egypt to contain the bodies of their kings and queens.A. Tombs B. Graves C. Pyramids D. Grave yards 57. When pharaoh was dead he was ----------------- in his pyramid. A. carried B. hidden C. dug D. buried 58. The pharaohs built pyramids to prepare for their ------------------. A. die B. death C. dead D. dying 59. Ha Long Bay is one of ----------------- wonders in the world.A. the B. these C. D. X60. Mr. Pike -------------------- the most famous archaeologist in our city. A. says to be B. is said to be C. is said that D. said to be III. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 31 to 35 Stamp collecting is the collecting of postage stamps and related objects, such as envelopes or packages withstamps on them. It is one of the world’s most popular hobbies, with estimates of the number of collectors ranging up to 20million in the United States alone. Many casual collectors enjoy accumulating stamps without worrying about the tiny details, but the creation of largeor comprehensive collection generally requires some philatelic knowledge. This is especially important for those who intend tospend large amounts for stamps. Stamp collectors are an important source of revenue for some small countries that create limited runs of elaboratestamps designed mainly to be bought by stamp collectors. The stamps produced by these countries far exceed the postal needsof the countries. Some collectors, observing the generally rising prices of rare stamps, have taken to Philatelic Investment. Rare stampsare among the most portable of tangible investments, and are easy to store. They offer an attractive alternative to art, othercollectible investments, and precious metals.1. The estimated number of stamp collectors in the United States is _________A. 30 million B. 20 million C. 10 million D. 15 million 2. Philatelic knowledge is especially important for _________A. many casual collectors enjoy B. some small countries C. those who intend to spend large amounts for stamps D. the postal needs of the countries 3. Why have some collectors taken to Philatelic investment? Because they ________ A. have observed the generally rising prices of stamps. B. have observed the generally rising prices of rare stamps. C. have observed the generally low prices of stamps. D. haven’t observed the generally rising prices of stamps. 4. The word they in paragraph refers to __________ A. Stamp collectors B. Small countries C. Rare stamps D. The prices of rare stamps 5. Which of the following is NOT true about rare stamps? ___________ A. They are among the most portable of tangible investments. B. It’s easy for us to store rare stamps. C. They are an important source of revenue. D. They offer an attractive alternative to art.IV. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 36 to 40 Hobbies are activities in which one participates strictly for ____3_______. They help one to maintain mental andemotional balance. hobby can be almost anything. Music is most popular. For example, many people all over the world play piano simply for relaxing and _____7 ______in their free hours, and they do not play professionally. Sports provide other ______8 _____ hobbies. Bicycling, running, tennis, ping-pong, and countless other sports areenjoyed by millions of people ____9 ______ their leisure time. Some people collect things as hobby. Stamps, coins, and fine art are all popular collections, and valuable, too. There arestill hundreds of others, not necessarily valuable but still interesting, such as doll collections, bottle collections, seashellcollections, butterfly collections, and so on. As you can see, hobbies can be relaxing, challenging, interesting, enjoyable or ____10 _______, so everyone should have one or two hobbies.6. A. amusement B. working C. researching D. investigating7. A. funny B. fun C. rest D. resting8. A. liking B. likely C. favorite D. loving9. A. for B. during C. of D. on10. A. education B. non-education C. educational D. educationallyV. Rewrite these sentences, using cleft sentence .1. She bought the car from Tom .2. My secretary sent the bill to Mr Harding yesterday.3. He already plays for national side; he only turned professional last year .4. The film was made in Bristol .5. We are coming to stay with Jane this weekend.6. Columbus sailed to America in 1492 .7. The president makes the important decisions.8. I'm not looking forward to physics, but I'm most worried about, the statistics exam .9. She's been seeing doctor at Newtown Hospital, but she's having the operation in the Queen Mary Hospital .VI. Complete the sentences so that it has similar meaning to the first one.1. People think the government will fall.It is _______________________________________.2. People believed that he will win.It is _______________________________________.3. They think that the owner of the house is abroad.The owner of the house _________________________ 4. People thought that he had died in battle.It was ______________________________________.He _________________________________________ 5. People say that he beats his wife. He is said ___________________________________.6. He is said to have escaped to neutral country.It is _________________________________________.7. People say tortoises live longer than elephants.It is _________________________________________.Tortoises ____________________________________ 8. They think that he was innocent.He __________________________________________9. People believed that fresh air was good for sick people.It was __________________________________________.10. They say that there are wolves in the mountains.It is ___________________________________________.11. Police think the man holding the hostages is heavily armed.The man _______________________________________12. They say he is in an agitated state.He ____________________________________________13. We expect that the rate of inflation will riseThe rate _________________________________________14. They say he is somewhere in Germany.He ______________________________________________15. They said that he was the best student in his group.He _____________________________________________16. expect that he will get there by lunchtime.I expect him ______________________________________. 17. It is believed that the man escaped in stolen car.The man is _______________________________________.18. It is said that the president will come to Moscow.The president ______________________________________19. It is proved that life dose not exist on the moon.Life is proved not ____________________________________.20. He is said to have been in the French Foreign Legion.People say_____________________________________