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					Thong Linh High School Class:__________________ Name:__________________

__________________________, 2007. Test on English Time: 45 minutes.

Noäi dung ñeà soá : 001

I. Choïn phöông aùn toát nhaát ñeåà hoaøn thaønh caùc caâu sau: 1). We must ........................... the TV if we want to watch a programme. A). turn off B). turn on C). select D). adjust 2). The opposite of passive is ……………….. . B). typical C). tragic D). professional A). active 3). My father didn't ……………. coffee for breakfast. A). use to have B). use be having C). used to have D). use to having 4). Thuy's class is different ……....……….. other classes because the children are disabled. A). from B). at C). on D). in 5). None of the students …………….. the problem yet. A). has solved B). have solved C). have been solved D). has been solved 6). She is ........................ She is unable to use a part of the body in the normal way. A). disabled B). mentally retarded C). dumb D). deaf 7). Information technology is very ……………… to our lives. A). use B). useless C). usefully D). useful 8). A …............. is used to copy the information from a computer on to paper. B). printer C). photocopier D). speaker A). mouse 9). The blind child ……………… a great effort to learn "Braille". A). created B). made C). did D). got 10). They are letters …................. I receive from Spain. B). which C). that D). which & that A). who 11). They are going …………… a boat trip on the Thames. A). on B). at C). in D). for 12). Tom and I …………… to Mary's birthday party together. B). am going C). going D). are going A). is going 13). My aunt has just bought an ……………… cooker. A). electric B). electricity C). electrical D). electrician 14). They are programmes performed by the computer. A). hardware B). printer C). floppy disks D). software 15). Without the Braille Alphabet it would be very difficult for ….....…….. . A). the deaf B). the mute C). the blind D). the poor 16). How much money ………………. for your vacation? C). are you saved D). were you saved A). have you been saved B). have you saved 17). She is the nurse ......................... took care of me at the hospital. A). which B). whose C). who D). what 18). I …………….. up late at night. A). used to staying B). used to stay C). use to stay D). am used to stay 19). Computers are capable …….………. doing almost anything you ask. A). with B). at C). in D). of 20). That desk ……………… several times this year. A). has repaired B). been repaired C). has been repaired D). is repaired II. Tìm moät töø maø phaàn gaïch chaân coù caùch phaùt aâm khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 21). A). picture B). classmate C). pagoda D). center 22). A). funny B). put C). sugar D). full 23). A). watching B). children C). school D). chance III. Haõy xaùc ñònh moät loãi sai trong soá caùc töø (hoaëc cuïm töø) ñöôïc gaïch chaân ôû moãi caâu sau: 24). Dennis used to smoking a lot a year ago. A B C D 25). This problem has been discuss by the police for several months. A B C D 26). We will going to spend our summer holiday in Da Lat next month. . A B C D

IV. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø traû lôøi caùc caâu hoûi beân döôùi baèng caùch choïn phöông aùn ñuùng nhaát: American Sign Language (ASL), which is the first language of many deaf people in North America, uses hand gestures, facial expressions, and other body movements to communicate. ASL is one of the four most commonly used languages in the United States. ASL was first introduced to America in 1817. In that year, a French teacher who came to America to teach brought with him French Sign Language (FSL) and taught it to his deaf students. The students then added their own American signing and changed the FSL into the ASL. Modern ASL and FSL share some elements, including a large amount of vocabulary. However, an ASL user cannot understand an FSL user. No form of sign language is universal. For example, British Sign Language (BSL) differs notably from ASL. Different sign languages are used in different countries and regions. 27). How did people change the FSL into the ASL? A). vocabulary was added. B). hand gestures was added. C). American language was added. D). native signing was added. 28). How many commonly used languages are there in the United States? A). 2 B). 4 C). 3 D). 1 29). What does the word "it" in paragraph 2 refer? A). FSL B). ASL C). BSL D). vocabulary 30). What is the main passage of this passage? A). The way the deaf people communicate. B). The differences between FSL and BSL. C). Sign languages for the deaf. D). How was ASL introduced to America. 31). According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true? A). The deaf use their body movements to communicate. B). Deaf people use different sign languages in different countries and regions. C). People who use ASL can understand those who use FSL. D). A French teacher introduced FSL to Americans. V. Choïn töø coù troïng aâm chính nhaán vaøo aâm tieát coù vò trí khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 32). A). interesting B). accuracy C). magical D). computer 33). A). activity B). different C). disabled D). consuming VI. Choïn caâu dieãn ñaït ñuùng yù nghóa cuûa caâu sau: 34). Tan has opened the door when Quang comes. A). Tan has been opened the door when Quang comes. B). When Quang comes, the door has opened. C). The door has been open when Quang comes. D). When Quang comes, the door has been opened. 35). Mai didn't come to class yesterday. This surprised all of us. A). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, that surprised all of us. B). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, which surprised all of us. C). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, this surprised all of us. D). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, who surprised all of us. VII. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát: Why don’t you go to Da Lat for your holiday next year? I went there ..........(36)............. last week. It was .........(37)............... ! We ate fresh fruits and vegetables every day. We also visited many beautiful gardens. There were a lot of other things ...........(38)............... . We played golf or went ..........(39)............. walks in the woods. One day we hired bicycles and visited a lake. We had picnic there. Then in the evenings there was a dicso. We danced all night! It wasn’t ..........(40)............... and we had a fantastic time! Did you have a good holiday too? 36). A). the B). a C). Ø D). an 37). A). fantastic B). all are correct C). great D). wonderful 38). A). do B). did C). doing D). to do 39). A). to B). for C). on D). of 40). A). expensive B). cheap C). famous D). interesting -----------THE END-----------

Thong Linh High School Class:__________________ Name:__________________

__________________________, 2007. Test on English Time: 45 minutes.

Noäi dung ñeà soá : 002

I. Choïn caâu dieãn ñaït ñuùng yù nghóa cuûa caâu sau: 1). Mai didn't come to class yesterday. This surprised all of us. A). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, that surprised all of us. B). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, who surprised all of us. C). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, which surprised all of us. D). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, this surprised all of us. 2). Tan has opened the door when Quang comes. A). Tan has been opened the door when Quang comes. B). The door has been open when Quang comes. C). When Quang comes, the door has opened. D). When Quang comes, the door has been opened. II. Choïn töø coù troïng aâm chính nhaán vaøo aâm tieát coù vò trí khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 3). A). disabled B). different C). activity D). consuming 4). A). computer B). accuracy C). interesting D). magical III. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát: Why don’t you go to Da Lat for your holiday next year? I went there ..........(5)............. last week. It was .........(6)............... ! We ate fresh fruits and vegetables every day. We also visited many beautiful gardens. There were a lot of other things ...........(7)............... . We played golf or went ..........(8)............. walks in the woods. One day we hired bicycles and visited a lake. We had picnic there. Then in the evenings there was a dicso. We danced all night! It wasn’t ..........(9)............... and we had a fantastic time! Did you have a good holiday too? 5). A). the B). Ø C). an D). a 6). A). fantastic B). all are correct C). great D). wonderful 7). A). doing B). to do C). do D). did 8). A). on B). of C). to D). for 9). A). expensive B). interesting C). cheap D). famous VI. Tìm moät töø maø phaàn gaïch chaân coù caùch phaùt aâm khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: B). school C). watching D). children 10). A). chance 11). A). sugar B). full C). funny D). put 12). A). picture B). center C). classmate D). pagoda V. Haõy xaùc ñònh moät loãi sai trong soá caùc töø (hoaëc cuïm töø) ñöôïc gaïch chaân ôû moãi caâu sau: 13). This problem has been discuss by the police for several months. A B C D 14). Dennis used to smoking a lot a year ago. A B C D 15). We will going to spend our summer holiday in Da Lat next month. A B C D VI. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø traû lôøi caùc caâu hoûi beân döôùi baèng caùch choïn phöông aùn ñuùng nhaát: American Sign Language (ASL), which is the first language of many deaf people in North America, uses hand gestures, facial expressions, and other body movements to communicate. ASL is one of the four most commonly used languages in the United States. ASL was first introduced to America in 1817. In that year, a French teacher who came to America to teach brought with him French Sign Language (FSL) and taught it to his deaf students. The students then added their own American signing and changed the FSL into the ASL. Modern ASL and FSL share some elements, including a large amount of vocabulary. However, an ASL user cannot understand an FSL user. No form of sign language is universal. For example, British Sign Language (BSL) differs notably from ASL. Different sign languages are used in different countries and regions. 16). How did people change the FSL into the ASL? A). vocabulary was added. B). American language was added. C). hand gestures was added. D). native signing was added. 17). How many commonly used languages are there in the United States? A). 3 B). 1 C). 4 D). 2

18). What does the word "it" in paragraph 2 refer? A). BSL B). ASL C). FSL D). vocabulary 19). According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true? A). The deaf use their body movements to communicate. B). People who use ASL can understand those who use FSL. C). A French teacher introduced FSL to Americans. D). Deaf people use different sign languages in different countries and regions. 20). What is the main passage of this passage? A). How was ASL introduced to America. B). The way the deaf people communicate. C). Sign languages for the deaf. D). The differences between FSL and BSL. VII. Choïn phöông aùn toát nhaát ñeåà hoaøn thaønh caùc caâu sau: 21). Computers are capable …….………. doing almost anything you ask. A). in B). at C). of D). with 22). The opposite of passive is ……………….. . A). active B). tragic C). professional D). typical 23). They are programmes performed by the computer. A). floppy disks B). printer C). hardware D). software 24). She is the nurse ......................... took care of me at the hospital. A). what B). which C). who D). whose 25). That desk ……………… several times this year. A). has repaired B). has been repaired C). been repaired D). is repaired 26). My father didn't ……………. coffee for breakfast. A). use to having B). use to have C). use be having D). used to have 27). None of the students …………….. the problem yet. A). have been solved B). has been solved C). has solved D). have solved 28). She is ........................ She is unable to use a part of the body in the normal way. A). disabled B). mentally retarded C). deaf D). dumb 29). My aunt has just bought an ……………… cooker. A). electrician B). electrical C). electric D). electricity 30). Tom and I …………… to Mary's birthday party together. A). going B). am going C). are going D). is going 31). Information technology is very ……………… to our lives. A). useless B). use C). useful D). usefully 32). I …………….. up late at night. A). used to stay B). am used to stay C). use to stay D). used to staying 33). Without the Braille Alphabet it would be very difficult for ….....…….. . A). the poor B). the mute C). the blind D). the deaf 34). How much money ………………. for your vacation? A). are you saved B). were you saved C). have you saved D). have you been saved 35). They are letters …................. I receive from Spain. A). which & that B). which C). that D). who 36). Thuy's class is different ……....……….. other classes because the children are disabled. A). in B). from C). on D). at 37). We must ........................... the TV if we want to watch a programme. A). adjust B). turn on C). select D). turn off 38). The blind child ……………… a great effort to learn "Braille". A). got B). did C). created D). made 39). They are going …………… a boat trip on the Thames. A). at B). in C). on D). for 40). A …............. is used to copy the information from a computer on to paper. A). speaker B). mouse C). printer D). photocopier -----------THE END-----------

Thong Linh High School Class:__________________ Name:__________________

__________________________, 2007. Test on English Time: 45 minutes.

Noäi dung ñeà soá : 003

I. Choïn phöông aùn toát nhaát ñeåà hoaøn thaønh caùc caâu sau: 1). They are programmes performed by the computer. A). floppy disks B). printer C). hardware D). software 2). Computers are capable …….………. doing almost anything you ask. A). at B). in C). of D). with 3). I …………….. up late at night. A). am used to stay B). use to stay C). used to staying D). used to stay 4). None of the students …………….. the problem yet. A). has solved B). have been solved C). has been solved D). have solved 5). Thuy's class is different ……....……….. other classes because the children are disabled. A). in B). on C). from D). at 6). The blind child ……………… a great effort to learn "Braille". A). did B). got C). created D). made 7). They are letters …................. I receive from Spain. A). who B). which & that C). which D). that 8). How much money ………………. for your vacation? A). have you been saved B). have you saved C). are you saved D). were you saved 9). She is ........................ She is unable to use a part of the body in the normal way. A). dumb B). deaf C). disabled D). mentally retarded 10). Without the Braille Alphabet it would be very difficult for ….....…….. . A). the mute B). the blind C). the poor D). the deaf 11). My father didn't ……………. coffee for breakfast. A). use to have B). use to having C). used to have D). use be having 12). The opposite of passive is ……………….. . A). professional B). typical C). tragic D). active 13). Tom and I …………… to Mary's birthday party together. A). am going B). is going C). going D). are going 14). We must ........................... the TV if we want to watch a programme. A). select B). turn on C). turn off D). adjust 15). A …............. is used to copy the information from a computer on to paper. A). printer B). photocopier C). speaker D). mouse 16). Information technology is very ……………… to our lives. A). useful B). use C). usefully D). useless 17). They are going …………… a boat trip on the Thames. A). on B). at C). in D). for 18). She is the nurse ......................... took care of me at the hospital. A). which B). whose C). what D). who 19). My aunt has just bought an ……………… cooker. A). electrician B). electric C). electrical D). electricity 20). That desk ……………… several times this year. A). is repaired B). has repaired C). has been repaired D). been repaired II. Choïn töø coù troïng aâm chính nhaán vaøo aâm tieát coù vò trí khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 21). A). activity B). different C). disabled D). consuming 22). A). magical B). accuracy C). computer D). interesting III. Choïn caâu dieãn ñaït ñuùng yù nghóa cuûa caâu sau: 23). Mai didn't come to class yesterday. This surprised all of us. A). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, that surprised all of us. B). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, which surprised all of us. C). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, who surprised all of us. D). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, this surprised all of us. 24). Tan has oppened the door when Quang comes. A). The door has been open when Quang comes.

B). Tan has been opened the door when Quang comes. C). When Quang comes, the door has been opened. D). When Quang comes, the door has opened. IV. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát: Why don’t you go to Da Lat for your holiday next year? I went there ..........(25)............. last week. It was .........(26)............... ! We ate fresh fruits and vegetables every day. We also visited many beautiful gardens. There were a lot of other things ...........(27)............... . We played golf or went ..........(28)............. walks in the woods. One day we hired bicycles and visited a lake. We had picnic there. Then in the evenings there was a dicso. We danced all night! It wasn’t ..........(29)............... and we had a fantastic time! Did you have a good holiday too? 25). A). an B). the C). a D). Ø 26). A). great B). wonderful C). all are correct D). fantastic 27). A). do B). did C). to do D). doing 28). A). for B). on C). of D). to 29). A). cheap B). expensive C). famous D). interesting V. Tìm moät töø maø phaàn gaïch chaân coù caùch phaùt aâm khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 30). A). school B). watching C). chance D). children 31). A). full B). sugar C). put D). funny B). picture C). center D). classmate 32). A). pagoda VI. Haõy xaùc ñònh moät loãi sai trong soá caùc töø (hoaëc cuïm töø) ñöôïc gaïch chaân ôû moãi caâu sau: 33). Dennis used to smoking a lot a year ago. A B C D 34). This problem has been discuss by the police for several months. A B C D 35). We will going to spend our summer holiday in Da Lat next month. A B C D VII. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø traû lôøi caùc caâu hoûi beân döôùi baèng caùch choïn phöông aùn ñuùng nhaát: American Sign Language (ASL), which is the first language of many deaf people in North America, uses hand gestures, facial expressions, and other body movements to communicate. ASL is one of the four most commonly used languages in the United States. ASL was first introduced to America in 1817. In that year, a French teacher who came to America to teach brought with him French Sign Language (FSL) and taught it to his deaf students. The students then added their own American signing and changed the FSL into the ASL. Modern ASL and FSL share some elements, including a large amount of vocabulary. However, an ASL user cannot understand an FSL user. No form of sign language is universal. For example, British Sign Language (BSL) differs notably from ASL. Different sign languages are used in different countries and regions. 36). How did people change the FSL into the ASL? A). vocabulary was added. B). native signing was added. C). American language was added. D). hand gestures was added. 37). What is the main passage of this passage? A). Sign languages for the deaf. B). The way the deaf people communicate. C). The differences between FSL and BSL. D). How was ASL introduced to America. 38). What does the word "it" in paragraph 2 refer? A). BSL B). FSL C). vocabulary D). ASL 39). According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true? A). A French teacher introduced FSL to Americans. B). The deaf use their body movements to communicate. C). Deaf people use different sign languages in different countries and regions. D). People who use ASL can understand those who use FSL. 40). How many commonly used languages are there in the United States? A). 4 B). 1 C). 3 D). 2 -----------THE END-----------

Thong Linh High School Class:__________________ Name:__________________

__________________________, 2007. Test on English Time: 45 minutes.

Noäi dung ñeà soá : 004

I. Tìm moät töø maø phaàn gaïch chaân coù caùch phaùt aâm khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 1). A). watching B). chance C). children D). school 2). A). full B). sugar C). put D). funny 3). A). center B). classmate C). pagoda D). picture II. Haõy xaùc ñònh moät loãi sai trong soá caùc töø (hoaëc cuïm töø) ñöôïc gaïch chaân ôû moãi caâu sau: 4). Dennis used to smoking a lot a year ago. A B C D 5). We will going to spend our summer holiday in Da Lat next month. A B C D 6). This problem has been discuss by the police for several months. A B C D III. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø traû lôøi caùc caâu hoûi beân döôùi baèng caùch choïn phöông aùn ñuùng nhaát: American Sign Language (ASL), which is the first language of many deaf people in North America, uses hand gestures, facial expressions, and other body movements to communicate. ASL is one of the four most commonly used languages in the United States. ASL was first introduced to America in 1817. In that year, a French teacher who came to America to teach brought with him French Sign Language (FSL) and taught it to his deaf students. The students then added their own American signing and changed the FSL into the ASL. Modern ASL and FSL share some elements, including a large amount of vocabulary. However, an ASL user cannot understand an FSL user. No form of sign language is universal. For example, British Sign Language (BSL) differs notably from ASL. Different sign languages are used in different countries and regions. 7). What does the word "it" in paragraph 2 refer? A). FSL B). ASL C). vocabulary D). BSL 8). How did people change the FSL into the ASL? A). native signing was added. B). hand gestures was added. C). American language was added. D). vocabulary was added. 9). How many commonly used languages are there in the United States? A). 2 B). 4 C). 1 D). 3 10). According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true? A). People who use ASL can understand those who use FSL. B). The deaf use their body movements to communicate. C). A French teacher introduced FSL to Americans. D). Deaf people use different sign languages in different countries and regions. 11). What is the main passage of this passage? A). The differences between FSL and BSL. B). The way the deaf people communicate. C). Sign languages for the deaf. D). How was ASL introduced to America. IV. Choïn caâu dieãn ñaït ñuùng yù nghóa cuûa caâu sau: 12). Mai didn't come to class yesterday. This surprised all of us. A). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, who surprised all of us. B). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, which surprised all of us. C). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, this surprised all of us. D). Mai didn't come to class yesterday, that surprised all of us. 13). Tan has oppened the door when Quang comes. A). Tan has been opened the door when Quang comes. B). When Quang comes, the door has opened. C). The door has been open when Quang comes. D). When Quang comes, the door has been opened. V. Choïn töø coù troïng aâm chính nhaán vaøo aâm tieát coù vò trí khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 14). A). interesting B). accuracy C). magical D). computer 15). A). disabled B). different C). consuming D). activity

VI. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát: Why don’t you go to Da Lat for your holiday next year? I went there ..........(16)............. last week. It was .........(17)............... ! We ate fresh fruits and vegetables every day. We also visited many beautiful gardens. There were a lot of other things ...........(18)............... . We played golf or went ..........(19)............. walks in the woods. One day we hired bicycles and visited a lake. We had picnic there. Then in the evenings there was a dicso. We danced all night! It wasn’t ..........(20)............... and we had a fantastic time! Did you have a good holiday too? 16). A). a B). Ø C). an D). the 17). A). fantastic B). great C). all are correct D). wonderful 18). A). did B). doing C). do D). to do 19). A). to B). for C). of D). on 20). A). expensive B). interesting C). cheap D). famous VII. Choïn phöông aùn toát nhaát ñeåà hoaøn thaønh caùc caâu sau: 21). My father didn't ……………. coffee for breakfast. A). use be having B). use to have C). use to having D). used to have 22). The opposite of passive is ……………….. . A). tragic B). typical C). active D). professional 23). Information technology is very ……………… to our lives. A). useful B). useless C). use D). usefully 24). We must ........................... the TV if we want to watch a programme. A). adjust B). turn on C). select D). turn off 25). Computers are capable …….………. doing almost anything you ask. A). of B). in C). with D). at 26). That desk ……………… several times this year. A). has been repaired B). has repaired C). been repaired D). is repaired 27). None of the students …………….. the problem yet. A). have been solved B). has solved C). have solved D). has been solved 28). She is the nurse ......................... took care of me at the hospital. A). which B). what C). whose D). who 29). They are programmes performed by the computer. A). software B). printer C). hardware D). floppy disks 30). Tom and I …………… to Mary's birthday party together. A). going B). is going C). are going D). am going 31). Thuy's class is different ……....……….. other classes because the children are disabled. A). from B). on C). in D). at 32). I …………….. up late at night. A). used to staying B). am used to stay C). used to stay D). use to stay 33). Without the Braille Alphabet it would be very difficult for ….....…….. . A). the poor B). the mute C). the deaf D). the blind 34). A …............. is used to copy the information from a computer on to paper. A). speaker B). mouse C). printer D). photocopier 35). The blind child ……………… a great effort to learn "Braille". A). got B). did C). made D). created 36). She is ........................ She is unable to use a part of the body in the normal way. A). mentally retarded B). disabled C). dumb D). deaf 37). They are going …………… a boat trip on the Thames. A). in B). for C). on D). at 38). They are letters …................. I receive from Spain. A). that B). which & that C). which D). who 39). How much money ………………. for your vacation? A). have you saved B). were you saved C). are you saved D). have you been saved 40). My aunt has just bought an ……………… cooker. A). electricity B). electrical C). electrician D). electric -----------THE END-----------

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