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					Thong Linh High School Class:__________________ Name:__________________

__________________________, 2008. Test on English Time: 45 minutes.

Noäi dung ñeà soá : 001

Tìm moät töø maø phaàn gaïch chaân coù caùch phaùt aâm khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: B. here C. where D. pair 1) A. wear 2) A. parked B. played C. stayed D. loved 3) A. books B. cuts C. pubs D. caps Choïn caâu dieãn ñaït ñuùng yù nghóa cuûa caâu sau: 4) I was tired because I stayed up late last night. A. If I had stayed up late last night, I would have been tired. B. I hadn’t been tired if I wouldn’t have stayed up late last night. C. If I hadn’t stayed up late last night, I wouldn’t have been tired. D. I wouldn’t be tired if I didn’t stay up late last night. 5) Dangerous driving causes many accidents. A. Many are caused accidents by dangerous driving. B. Accidents are caused by many dangerous driving. C. Many accidents are caused by dangerous driving. D. Causes many accidents are being driven by dangerous. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát: Man and most animals need a constant supply of water to (6)............................ . (7)......................... need water for their crops. Hydroelectric dams hold back needed water and provide power (8)................................. homes and industries. Trees, grasses, and other plant life play an (9).......................... part in the natural circulation of water, and thus help to conserve it. Without plants, most water would run off as soon as it falls, taking away valuable soil. Rapid run off would cause frequent floods and leave (10)............................... water during dry seasons. 6) A. learn B. live C. read D. play 7) A. Farmers B. Teachers C. Doctors D. Students 8) A. with B. for C. to D. of 9) A. importance B. important C. importantly D. import 10) A. little B. many C. much D. a lot of Haõy xaùc ñònh moät loãi sai trong soá caùc töø (hoaëc cuïm töø) ñöôïc gaïch chaân ôû moãi caâu sau: 11) If Mr. Black weren’t late, he wouldn’t have lost his job. A B C D 12) The government should done more to help homeless people. A B C D 13) Have the students be told about the changes of their timetable yet? A B C D Choïn töø coù troïng aâm chính nhaán vaøo aâm tieát coù vò trí khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 14) A. establish B. tropical C. interest D. national 15) A. farmer B. planet C. destroy D. forest Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø traû lôøi caùc caâu hoûi beân döôùi baèng caùch choïn phöông aùn ñuùng nhaát: People have been hunting whales for at least a thousand years, and there were no real problems until 20th century. What happened was that fishing technology became much more efficient and the ships were much faster, so more and more whales were caught. In the 1960s the main whaling countries were killing more than sixty thousand whales a year, and everyone began to realize that something had to be done. It was environmental groups like Greenpeace that really made things change. They set out to make people aware of the fact that whales were fast becoming extinct. But even now we don’t know if all this interest has become too late. Let’s take the great blue whale for example, which at thirty to forty metres long is the biggest animal there has ever been – now there are perhaps about two thousand or so left. In fact they have been protected for quite a long time, but there is no sign that the population is growing. 16) Which of the following statements is NOT true about blue whale? A. They can grow up to forty metres long. B. They are the biggest animal on the earth. C. Their population is growing fast. D. They have been protected for quite a long time. 17) What makes people aware of the fact that whales were fast becoming extinct?

A. Greenpeace B. Environmental groups C. Main whaling countries D. International agreement. 18) The 20th century has brought many dangers to whales due to ________ . A. faster ships B. improved methods of technology C. longer nets D. both A and B 19) Appropriately how many blue whales are there on the earth now? A. 2,000 B. 30,000 C. 40,000 D. 60,000 20) How long have people been hunting whales? A. for over 1,000 years B. since the 20th century C. for nearly 200 years D. since the 1960s. Choïn phöông aùn toát nhaát ñeåà hoaøn thaønh caùc caâu sau: 21) Water ……………….. most of the earth’s surface. A. covers B. is covered C. being covered D. is covering 22) We sat at the table until all the food …………………. . A. were eating B. was eating C. were eaten D. was eaten 23) The tickets …………………… to you over a week ago. A. are sold B. were sold C. will be sold D. have been sold 24) The United Kingdom is divided ……….……. 4 parts: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. A. between B. among C. into D. for 25) Carnivores are animals which …………………. . A. eat meat B. eat plants C. swim very fast D. live on the bottom 26) The starfish live on or depend ……………….. the bottom. A. in B. for C. on D. of 27) If I ……….……….. you, I wouldn’t buy that coat. A. am B. was C. were D. would be 28) You ……….…….. go to bed late. It’s not good for your health. A. shouldn’t B. oughtn’t C. mustn’t D. can’t 29) I wonder where Mai is. She should ……………….. here by now. A. be B. to be C. being D. is 30) If I didn’t want to go to the party, I …………………. go. A. don’t B. didn’t C. won’t D. wouldn’t 31) My home village is …………….. 40 kilometres north of the capital. A. held B. laid C. located D. surrounded 32) There is a large …………….. of animals that live in Nairobi National Park. A. vary B. various C. varied D. variety 33) Cuc Phuong National Park …….….……. over 200 square kms of rainforest. A. contains B. holds C. gets D. covers 34) If Lien ………………. a raincoat, she wouldn’t have got a cold. A. wears B. wore C. has worn D. had worn 35) We ………………. to the beach yesterday if the sun had been shining. A. will go B. would go C. had gone D. would have gone 36) Henry ……………… a rich man if he had been more careful in the past. A. would have been B. would be C. will be D. was 37) Hydroelectric dams in Vietnam have provided power ……..……….. millions of homes and businesses. A. for B. to C. with D. of 38) Trees and shrubs …….……………. an important part in preserving land. A. make B. keep C. have D. play 39) New York is famous …………………. its skyscrapers. A. as B. with C. for D. of 40) Without plants, most water would ……………………. as soon as it falls. A. run off B. run after C. run away D. run by -----------THE END-----------

Thong Linh High School Class:__________________ Name:__________________

__________________________, 2008. Test on English Time: 45 minutes.

Noäi dung ñeà soá : 002

Choïn phöông aùn toát nhaát ñeåà hoaøn thaønh caùc caâu sau: 1) My home village is …………….. 40 kilometres north of the capital. A. held B. laid C. located D. surrounded 2) There is a large …………….. of animals that live in Nairobi National Park. A. vary B. various C. varied D. variety 3) Cuc Phuong National Park …….….……. over 200 square kms of rainforest. A. contains B. holds C. gets D. covers 4) If Lien ………………. a raincoat, she wouldn’t have got a cold. A. wears B. wore C. has worn D. had worn 5) We ………………. to the beach yesterday if the sun had been shining. A. will go B. would go C. had gone D. would have gone 6) Henry ……………… a rich man if he had been more careful in the past. A. would have been B. would be C. will be D. was 7) Hydroelectric dams in Vietnam have provided power ……..……….. millions of homes and businesses. A. for B. to C. with D. of 8) Trees and shrubs …….……………. an important part in preserving land. A. make B. keep C. have D. play 9) New York is famous …………………. its skyscrapers. A. as B. with C. for D. of 10) Without plants, most water would ……………………. as soon as it falls. A. run off B. run after C. run away D. run by 11) Water ……………….. most of the earth’s surface. A. covers B. is covered C. being covered D. is covering 12) We sat at the table until all the food …………………. . A. were eating B. was eating C. were eaten D. was eaten 13) The tickets …………………… to you over a week ago. A. are sold B. were sold C. will be sold D. have been sold 14) The United Kingdom is divided ……….……. 4 parts: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. A. between B. among C. into D. for 15) Carnivores are animals which …………………. . A. eat meat B. eat plants C. swim very fast D. live on the bottom 16) The starfish live on or depend ……………….. the bottom. A. in B. for C. on D. of 17) If I ……….……….. you, I wouldn’t buy that coat. A. am B. was C. were D. would be 18) You ……….…….. go to bed late. It’s not good for your health. A. shouldn’t B. oughtn’t C. mustn’t D. can’t 19) I wonder where Mai is. She should ……………….. here by now. A. be B. to be C. being D. is 20) If I didn’t want to go to the party, I …………………. go. A. don’t B. didn’t C. won’t D. wouldn’t Tìm moät töø maø phaàn gaïch chaân coù caùch phaùt aâm khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 21) A. parked B. played C. stayed D. loved 22) A. here B. where C. wear D. pair 23) A. caps B. books C. pubs D. cuts Choïn caâu dieãn ñaït ñuùng yù nghóa cuûa caâu sau: 24) Dangerous driving causes many accidents. A. Causes many accidents are being driven by dangerous. B. Accidents are caused by many dangerous driving. C. Many accidents are caused by dangerous driving. D. Many are caused accidents by dangerous driving.

25) I was tired because I stayed up late last night. A. If I hadn’t stayed up late last night, I wouldn’t have been tired. B. I hadn’t been tired if I wouldn’t have stayed up late last night. C. If I had stayed up late last night, I would have been tired. D. I wouldn’t be tired if I didn’t stay up late last night. Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát: Man and most animals need a constant supply of water to (26)............................ . (27)......................... need water for their crops. Hydroelectric dams hold back needed water and provide power (28)................................. homes and industries. Trees, grasses, and other plant life play an (29).......................... part in the natural circulation of water, and thus help to conserve it. Without plants, most water would run off as soon as it falls, taking away valuable soil. Rapid run off would cause frequent floods and leave (30)............................... water during dry seasons. 26) A. learn B. live C. read D. play 27) A. Students B. Doctors C. Teachers D. Farmers 28) A. with B. for C. to D. of 29) A. importantly B. important C. import D. importance 30) A. many B. little C. a lot of D. much Haõy xaùc ñònh moät loãi sai trong soá caùc töø (hoaëc cuïm töø) ñöôïc gaïch chaân ôû moãi caâu sau: 31) The government should done more to help homeless people. A B C D 32) Have the students be told about the changes of their timetable yet? A B C D 33) If Mr. Black weren’t late, he wouldn’t have lost his job. A B C D Choïn töø coù troïng aâm chính nhaán vaøo aâm tieát coù vò trí khaùc vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi: 34) A. destroy B. planet C. farmer D. forest 35) A. national B. establish C. tropical D. interest Haõy ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø traû lôøi caùc caâu hoûi beân döôùi baèng caùch choïn phöông aùn ñuùng nhaát: People have been hunting whales for at least a thousand years, and there were no real problems until 20th century. What happened was that fishing technology became much more efficient and the ships were much faster, so more and more whales were caught. In the 1960s the main whaling countries were killing more than sixty thousand whales a year, and everyone began to realize that something had to be done. It was environmental groups like Greenpeace that really made things change. They set out to make people aware of the fact that whales were fast becoming extinct. But even now we don’t know if all this interest has become too late. Let’s take the great blue whale for example, which at thirty to forty metres long is the biggest animal there has ever been – now there are perhaps about two thousand or so left. In fact they have been protected for quite a long time, but there is no sign that the population is growing. 36) What makes people aware of the fact that whales were fast becoming extinct? A. Greenpeace B. Environmental groups C. Main whaling countries D. International agreement. 37) How long have people been hunting whales? A. for over 1,000 years B. since the 20th century C. for nearly 200 years D. since the 1960s. 38) The 20th century has brought many dangers to whales due to ________ . A. faster ships B. improved methods of technology C. longer nets D. both A and B 39) Which of the following statements is NOT true about blue whale? A. They can grow up to forty metres long. B. They are the biggest animal on the earth. C. Their population is growing fast. D. They have been protected for quite a long time. 40) Appropriately how many blue whales are there on the earth now? A. 2,000 B. 30,000 C. 40,000 D. 60,000 -----------THE END-----------


				
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