Bộ đề trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh lớp 8 (học kỳ I) UNIT 4 (phần 1)

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  1. Bộ đề trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh lớp 8 (học kỳ I) UNIT 4: OUR PAST Test 1 I.Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others. 1. a. match b. pan c. transmit d. safety 2. a. equipment b. upset c. end d. help 3. a. folk b. hold c. photo d. neighbor 4. a. fairy b. train c. afraid d. wait 5. a. excited b. prince c. once d. escape II. Choose the word or phrase that best completes each unfinished sentence below or substitutes for the underlined word or phrase. 6. Yesterday I _____ to the cinema. a. go b. will go c. went d.has go 7. Mozart was born in Salzburg ______ 1756. a. in b.on c.at d.since 8. _____ Saturday night, I went to bed at 11 o’clock. a.At b.On c.In d.From 9. I used _____ fishing. a. enjoy b.to enjoy c.enjoying d.to enjoying 10. It’s hard work looking______ three children all day. a. after b.before c.about d.at 11.I can’t stand people who are cruel______ animals. a. with b.to c.on d.about
  2. 12. He died_____ a heart attack. a. with b.of c.because d.by 13. The sun suddenly _____ from behind a cloud. a. appear b. appeared c. disappear d. disappeared 14. An oil_____ burned in the darkness. a. lamb b. lamp c. lam d. lame 15. He was late, but fortunately his friends waited for him. a. luckily b. magically c. cruelly d. lately III. Choose the words or phrases that are not correct in Standard Englith. 16. Bob lived in Rome for three years; now he was living in Amsterdam. ABCD 17. There used to be a movie theater here but it close a long time ago. ABCD 18. I don’t want to sound likely I’m complaining, but this plan is unfair. ABCD 19. We took all the rubbish outside and burn it. ABCD 20. He made me feel like such a foolish when he used me as an example! ABCD IV. Choose the word (a, b, c, or d) that best fits each of the blank spaces. One day, two men (21) _____ in the woods. Suddenly, they saw a huge black bear. One man immediately (22) _____ down, took off his backpack, and took out his sneakers. He began (23) ______ off his hiking boots. The other man looked (24) _____ him and said, “Are you crazy? Do you think
  3. you can run (25) ______ than that bear?” “No,” replied the first man. “But I can run faster than (26)_____!” take off (phrv) : cởi( giày...) sneakers (n) : giày chạy bộ hiking boots (n) : giày đi bộ 21. a. hiked b. are hiking c. was hiking d. were hiking 22. a. sits b. sited c. sitted d. sat 23. a. take b. taking c. to take d. b & c 24. a. on b. at c. for d. after 25. a. fast b. fastly c. faster d. more fast 26. a. him b. his c. you d. your V. Read the following passage and choose the item (a, b, c, or d) that best answers each of the questions about it. In Scotland, there is a popular legend about a monster. The monster lives in a lake called Loch Ness, near the town of Inverness. Loch Ness is 32 km long, 5 km wide, and very, very deep. The monster’s name is Nessie. People say that she is very big, and that she has got a long neck, like a snake. The legend of the monster is very famous, and millions of tourists from all over the world come to Loch Ness. Everybody wants to be the first person to see Nessie. Come to Scotland and Loch Ness _ that person may be you! legend (n) : truyền thuyết monster (n) : quái vật 27. What does the word ‘popular’ in the first line mean? a. ancient b. modern c. famous d. interesting 28. What is the length of Loch Ness? a. 32 km b. 5 km c. very deep d. no information 29. Which of the following does the word ‘she’ in line 4 refer to? a. legend b. Loch Ness c. the monster d. the town
  4. 30. The tourists want to _____ . a. hear about the monster b. swim in the lake c. be the first person to see the monster d. catch the monster 31. Which of the following is not true? a. The name of the monster is Nessie. b. The lake where the monster lives is near the town of Inverness. c. Millions of tourists saw Nessie. d. The lake where the monster lives is in Scotland. Test 2 I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others. 1. a. beneath b. destroy c. upset d. planet 2. a. tiger b. fire c. stripe d. prince 3; a. buffalo b. rope c. wisdom d.clothes 4. a. door b. foolish c. choose d. soon 5. a. daugher b. light c. weigh d. cough II. Choose the word or phrase that best completes each unfinished sentence below or substitutes for the underlined word or phrase. 6. I____ football very often when I was younger. a. play b. was going to c. played d. was playing 7. Many people decorate their homes ______ Christmas. a. in b. at c.on d.when 8. Children believe a fat, jolly man brings gifts______Christmas Eve. a.in b. at c.on d.when
  5. 9. We live _____ the 21st century. a. in b. at c. on d. for 10. I ______ gardening, but I don’t have time for it now. a. use to enjoy b. used to enjoy c. use to enjoying d. used to enjoying 11. Costa Rica sounds______ a great place for a relaxing vacation. a. as b. like c. similar d. same 12. I am not happy _____ his work this term. a. with b. to c. on d. of 13. I thought there was some coffee in the cupboard, but there’s_______ there. a. no b. none c. any coffee d. none coffee 14. The factory ______ down last year. a. burned b. turned c.fire d.flamed 15. He _____ his words carefully. a. use b. chose c. collect d. spoke III. Choose the words or phrases that are not correct in Standard English. 16. Mozart started composing at the age of five and writing more than ABCD 600 pieces of music. 17. The course begins in 12 May and ends sometime in August. ABCD 18. How could you be so cruel with someone who never did you any harm? ABCD 19. James had to chose between getting a job or going to college. ABCD
  6. 20. I tried to ask a question, but just made myself look fool. ABCD IV. Choose the word (a, b, c, or d) that best fits each of the blank spaces. (21)____ the United States and Canada, (22)_____ a popular legend about a monster. People say that it is very big and that it has a lot of hair. (23) _____ name is Bigfoot, (24) _____ there are big footprints in the snow. The footprints are 60 cms (25) _____ and 20 cms wide. But (26)______Bigfoot really exist? We don’t know! 21. a.In b.At c.On d.From 22. a.there is b.there are c.have d.having 23. a.Its b.It c.It’s d.It has 24. a.so b.because c.so that d.although 25. a.length b.width c.height d.long 26. a.do b.does c.did d.are V. Read the following passage and choose the item (a, b, c, or d) that best answers each of the questions about it. Legends are stories about the past. Some of the stories come from ancient history. But not all legends are ancient. There are modern legends too. They are often called urban legends, because the stories happen in modern cities. Ten years ago, there was a rumor that there were crocodiles under New York. The rumor was soon a newspaper story, and the newspaper story was soon a legend. So, today, many people in New York believe that there are crocodiles under the ground there! rumor (n) : tin đồn
  7. 27. What does the word ‘legends’ in line 1 mean? a. stories b. history c. people d. newspapers 28. Which of the following does the word ‘they’ in line 3 refers to? a. stories about the past b. modem legends c. modern cities d. people 29. Another name of ‘modern legends’ is ______ . a. urban legends b. modern cities c. rumors d.crocodiles 30. We can replace the word ‘believe’ in line 7 with _____ . a. ‘know’ b. ‘say’ c. ‘think’ d.’appear’ 31. Which of the following is true? a. All legends are about the past. b. Modern people still believe in legends. c. There are crocodiles under New York. d. Now many New Yorkers don’t believe that there are crocodiles under the ground of New York.
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