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ĐỀ 16


Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.

  1. A. attract B. clap C. wave D. hand

  2. A. signal B. slightly C. polite D. excite

  3. A. allowed B. passed C. argued D. raised

Choose the word whose main stress is put differently.

  1. A. marvelous B. assistant C. maximum D. argument

  2. A. apologetic B. communicate C. attention D. appropriate

Choose the best option to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. While studying, he was financially dependent ______his parents.

A. on B. to C. of D. from

  1. It's rude to point ______someone!

A. on B. out C. at D. up

  1. The proposal will go ahead despite strong______ from the public.

A. objections B. objective C. objectively D. object

  1. Although I spoke to him many times, he never paid any attention ______ what I said.

A. of B. with C. for D. to

  1. As you ______the town, you'll see the college on the left.

A. come B. go C. approach D. get

  1. After listening ______ all the arguments, I am now of the opinion that there should be no new road.

A. by B. for C. of D. to

  1. The woman asked ______ get lunch at school.

A. can the children· B. whether the children could

C. if the children can D. could the children

  1. Did they say they ______me again?

A. will telephone B. have telephoned C. would phone D. had phoned

  1. If he ______ rich, he ______ a lot.

A. is/would travel B. were/would travel C. was/ traveled D. had been/would travel

  1. Someone told us ______ on the stairs.

A. don't sit B. not sit C. not to sit D. to not sit

  1. All the students denied ______ anything about the matter.

A. to know B. knowing C. for knowing D. that they know

  1. I asked him whose car ______ the previous day.

A. he had borrowed B. had he borrowed C. did he borrowed D. he would borrow

  1. The office reminded us ______the money.

A. pay B. paying C. to pay D. paid

  1. Why did you object______ the scheme for building a kindergarten in our neighborhood?

A. to B. against C. at D. in

  1. ______ being a big star, she's very approachable.

A. As B. Despite C. Because of D. Due to

  1. I make no ______for encouraging my children to succeed in school.

A. apologize B. apologetic C. apologies D. apoplectic

  1. “ Would you mind lending me five dollars? I'm getting paid tomorrow.” – “ _______.”

A. Not at all. B. Yes, thanks C. No, I don't mind. D. Good idea

  1. “Mike, can you take these books back to the library for me? I'm running late.” – “ ______. “

A. I'm late too. Sorry. B. No, I can. C. Never mind. D. I can

  1. The doctor has advised ______too much coffee.

A. me not drink B. I don't drink C. me not drinking D. me not to drink

  1. ______ that we had to ask a police officer for directions.

A. So confusing the map was B. So confusing was the map

C. So was confusing the map D. Such confusing was the map

  1. The more they produced and consumed, ______.

A. they were the more affluent B. the more affluent they were

C. they were affluent more D. they were affluent

  1. They asked me ______ in Los Angeles then.

A. whether was my father working B. if my father was working

C. whether my father has been working D. was my father working

  1. She regretfully told him that ______.

A. she would leave the tickets at home B. she left the tickets at home

C. she would have left the tickets at home D. she had left the tickets at home

  1. Climbing without a safety rope is forbidden.

A. You aren’t allowed to climb without a safety rope.

B. You don’t permit to climb without a safety rope.

C. You aren’t forbidden climbing without a safety rope.

D. You had better not climb with a safety rope.

  1. Nigel hasn’t got satellite TV, so he can’t watch the game.

A. If Nigel has satellite TV, he can watch the game.

B. If Nigel has got satellite TV, he could watch the game.

C. If Nigel had satellite TV, he could have watched the game.

D. If Nigel would have satellite TV, he could watch the game.

  1. Walking home alone is not a good idea.

A. You can’t walk home alone. B. You mustn’t walk home alone.

C. You don’t have to walk home alone. D. You shouldn’t walk home alone.

  1. "Shall I help you with the washing-up, Jane?" John said.

A. John told Jane to help him with the washing-up.

B. John asked if Jane should help him with the washing-up.

C. John suggested helping Jane with the washing-up.

D. John offered to help Jane with the washing-up.

  1. "What will you do if you have ten days off school?" he asked.

A. He asked me what will I do if I have ten days off school.

B. He asked what I will do if I have ten days off school.

C. He asked me what I would do if I had ten days off school.

D. He asked what would I do if I had ten days off school.

  1. "You'd better apologize for being so rude," said my friend.

A. My friend advised me to apologize for being so rude.

B. My friend offered me to apologize for being so rude.

C. My friend warned me to apologize for being so rude.

D. My friend suggested me apologizing for being so rude.

  1. "Good morning, Mary! How are you today?" Henry said.

A. Henry said good morning Mary and asked how was she today.

B. Henry greeted Mary and asked how is she today.

C. Henry said good morning and asked Mary how she is that day.

D. Henry greeted Mary and asked how she was that day.

Choose the underlined part in each sentence that should be corrected.

  1. She says that she would have to close the shop unless business improves.


  1. Every teacher I've spoken to tell me that standards of spelling are in decline.


  1. They asked me how long did it take to get to Paris by train.


  1. My mother told me to watch the milk and don't let it boil over.


  1. Some engineers have predicted that, within twenty years, automobiles will be make almost


completely of plastic.


Choose the item (A, B, C or D) that best completes the unfinished statement.

Sometimes people add to what they say even when they don't talk. Ges­tures are the "silent language" of every culture. We point a finger or move another part of the div to show what we want to say. It is important to know the div language of every country or we may be misunderstood. In the United States, people greet each other with a handshake in a formal introduction. The handshake must be firm. If the handshake is weak, it is a sign of weakness or unfriendliness. Friends may place a hand on the other's arm or shoulder. Some people, usually women, greet a friend with a hug.

Space is important to Americans. When two people talk to each other, they usually stand about two and a half feet away and at an angle, so they are not facing each other directly. Americans get uncomfortable when a person stands too close. They will move back to have their space. If Americans touch another person by accident, they say, "Pardon me." or "Excuse me." Americans like to look the other person in the eyes when they are talking. If you don't do so, it means you are bored, hiding something, or are not interested. But when you are stare at someone, it is not polite. For Americans, thumbs-up means yes, very good, or well done. Thumbs down means the opposite. To call a waiter, raise one hand to head level or above. To show you want the check, make a move­ment with your hands as if you are signing a piece of paper. It is all right to point at things but not at people with the hand and index finger. Americans shake their index finger at children when they scold them and pat them on the head when they admire them. Learning a culture's div language is sometimes confusing. If you don't know what to do, the safest thing to do is to smile.

[scold: rầy la; pat: vỗ nhẹ]

  1. From the passage we can learn that_______.

A. gestures don't mean anything while talking

B. It's confusing to understand a culture's div language

C. gestures can help us to express ourselves

D. American people often use div language in communication

  1. If you are introduced to a stranger from the USA, you should _______.

A. greet him with a hug B. place a hand on his shoulder

C. shake his hand weakly D. shake his hand firmly

  1. American people often ________.

A. show their friendship by touching each other

B. face each other directly when they are talking

C. say "Pardon me" to each other when they are talking

D. get uncomfortable when you stand or sit too close to them

  1. When your friend give you a thumbs-up, he, in fact, .

A. shows his rudeness to you B. shows his anger to you

C. expresses his satisfaction to you D. expresses his worries about you

  1. Which of the following is NOT true about the culture of the United States?

A. It's impolite to look the other person in the eyes while talking.

B. It's rude to look at the other person for a long time.

C. Pointing at someone is usually considered rude.

D. It's all right to raise your hand slightly when you want to attract the waiter's attention.

Choose the word or phrase that best fits each space in the following passage.

Years ago there were many social rules and etiquette procedures (46)______ introductions. Some formal introductions between two people were (47)______ by letter by third party. A person had to be very careful to weigh the importance of social class or status, age, and gender when deciding (48)______ person should be presented or introduced to the other person first. (49)_______, times have changed, and most of the social rules about introducing older people to younger ones, women to men, and those in higher positions to those in lower positions have changed, too. Many people now feel much more (50)______ about making introductions.

Etiquette procedures: các thủ tục xã giao; gender: giới tính

  1. A. involving B. including C. relating D. mentioning

  2. A. done B. made C. taken D. served

  3. A. that B. who C. whose D. which

  4. A. Therefore B. In addition C. However D. Furthermore

  5. A. anxious B. relaxed C. nervous D. comfortable