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  1. Đề kiểm tra chất lượng HK II năm 2011 I> Pronunciation : Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 1. a. interfered b. allowed c. visited d. played 2. a. water b. swimming c. between d. rowing 3. a. lie b. goalie c. achieve d. belief 4.a. punch b. synchronized c. March d. touching 5. a. caps b. meters c. swimmwers d. lines 6. a. sprint b. line c. divide d. ride 7. a. swimming b. post c. decision d. score 8. a. style b. penalty c. pretty d. typical 9. a. pool b.good c. look d. book 10. a. foul b. house c. amount d. adventurous * Stress : 1. a. water b. goalie c. begin d.meter 2. a. personal b.penalty c.defensive d.vertical 3.a. award b.prevent c.visit d.except 4.a. goalie b.above c.advanced d.depend 5. a. overtime b.decision c.period d.penalize 6.a.gymnastic b. windsurfing c.opponent d.defensive 7.a. interfere b.individual c. situation d.synchronize 8.a.vertical b.penalty c.referee d.personal 9.a.regulator b.adventurous c.participant d.performance 10. a. compete b. punish c. eject d. commit II. Vocabulary : Choose the best answer 1. How many players are there in ……………………water polo team ? a. a b. an c. the d. x 2. ………..swimming is considered to be …………good way of losing weight a.x/ a b. The/a c. A/the d. The/ the 3. They are going to ……………the pool to 1.8 meter a. deep b. depth c. deepen d. deeply 4. A defensive player may not hold , block or pull a/an ………….who is touching or holding the ball a. audience b. referee c. goalie d. opponent 5. If a defender………….a foul within the five meter area that prevents a likely goal, the attacking team is awarded a penalty throw or shot a. commits b. interferes c.punches d. touches 6. The more goals the players …………., the more exciting the match became a. marked . b. prevented c. scored d. ranged 7. …………is a sport in which people or teams race against each other in boats with oars a. Rowing b. Windsurfing c. Swimming d. Water polo 8.Many people don’t like scuba diving…………………… a. because it is dangerous b. because of it is dangerous c. because its danger d. due to it is dangerous English 12
  2. 9. Water polo is played in …………..pool 1.8meterdeep. a. a b. an c.the d. x 10.Thegoalie triedto catch ……….ball , but he failed a. a b.an c. the d. x 11. The final ……………. was 3-0 a. score b. scoring c. scorer d. scorer 12. ……………..is a sport in which two or more people perform complicated and carefully planned movements in water in time to music a. Rowing b.Windsurfing c. Diving d.Synchronized swimming 13. There are six field player positions and a goal keeper ………….each team a. on b. with c. from d. for 14. if the tie is not broken after two overtime ……………., a penalty shootout will determine the winner a. opponents b. waves c. parts d. periods 15. ………….is a game in a swimming pool in which two teams of swimmers try to score goals with a ball a. a. Rowing b.Windsurfing c. Diving d.water polo 16. ……is a sport in which you move along the surface of the sea or a lake on a long narrow board with a sail on it a. Rowing b.Windsurfing c. Diving d.water polo 17. A penalty shot is …………….. when a major foul is commit inside the 5 – meter line a. prevented b. awarded c. committed d. ranged 18. No…. water polo player except for ……….goalie can hold the ball with both hand a. a/the b. the/x c. the /a d. x/the 19. the main task of a defender in a sport game is to ………..the opponents from scoring a. prevent b. preventing c. prevention d. preventable 20. Many young men prefer scuba – diving because it is …………… a. adventure b. adventurous c. adventurously d. adventurist 21. I ……………..think that scuba diving is more of danger than adventure a. person b. personal c. personally d. personalize 22. What kind of sport one chooses to play mostly depends ………….his preference and health a. with b. for c. in d. on 23. Most referees often wear ………………black a. in b. at c. on d. from 24. In water polo game, only the goalie can hold the ball …………….two hands a. at b. in c. with d. from 25. A water polo cap is used to ………..the player’s heads and to identify them a. tie b. penalize c. protect d. move III> Gra mmar 1. An increase in the price of petrol would discourage ……………..my car a. using b. me to use c. from using d. me from using 2. We objected to ……………..up our garden English 12
  3. a. their cat’s digging b. their cat to dig c. their cat digging d. their cat’s which dug 3. Johnson was arrested when he failed ……………….in court a. to appear b. him to appear c. his appearing d. appearing 4. If you have any problem s with the computer, contact Simon. It’s best if you let him ………….. a. dealing with b. to dealing with c. deal with d. to deal with 5. The software enables ……………the Internet in seconds a. to access b. accessing c. you to access d. you accessing 6. I’d advise ………………your tickets well in advance if you want to travel in August a. buy b. to buy c. buying d. you buying 7. We’ll go swimming if we get ……………. a. warm enough weather b. weather warm enough c. weather enough warm d. enough warm weather 8. I …………….to get through to Jackie for days now. Either she’s away or her phone’s out of order a. tried b. am trying c. had tried d. have been trying 9. John ………………..across the lawn a. danced wildly b. was wildly danced c. was dancing wild d. was being danced wildly 10. The eagle ………………..higher and higher in the sky a. soar b. soared c. is soared d. was soared 11. They …………………..by the sea a. are staying at a hotel b. are staying on a hotel c. are being stayed a hotel d. are being stayed at a hotel 12. New Zealand ……………..1,000miles southeast of Australia a. lies about b. is lain c. is lying d. is laid about 13. The news of the war ………….and the world a. was shocked the nation b. was shocked by the nation c. shocked the nation d. shocked by the nation 14. Before the end of the term , I …………all the required reading a. was finished b. had been finished by c. had finished d. had been finished 15. John could not continue the match …………..his badly injured leg a. because b. since c. as d. because of V> Reading : Choose the word or phrase among A,B,C or D that best fist the blank space in the following passage. Synchronized swimming was developed (1) ………. water ballet, which was first performed in the early 20th country. The first synchronized swimming competition in the United states was a (2)…………between Wright Junior College and the Chicago Teachers College in 1939. In 1941 the sport was (3) ………….by the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States(4)………….the governing body over many amateur sports in the United States .Synchronized swimming became a(5) …………..event in the Pan American Game in 1955 in Mexico City. Synchronized swimming debuted at the Olympic Game in 1984 in Los Angeles California ,(6) …………….solo and duet events. At those Game , American athletes won(7)…………events. English 12
  4. Tracie Ruiz won the solo gold medal , and the teamed with Candy Costie to win win the duet competition. At the 1992 Games in Barcelona , Spain, American Kristen Babb – Sprague won the solo gold medal,(8)………….Americans Karen Josephson and Sarah Josephson won the duet competition. Only the solo and duet competitions were held at the 1984 ,1988 and 1992 Olympic Game. For the 1996 Game in Atlanta ,Georgia, team competition (9)………… the solo and duet categories , and the United States won the gold medal .For the 2000 Game in Sydney, Australia, synchronized swimming featured duet and team events. The international governing body for the sport is the Federation International de Natation Amateur (FINA,French for “International Federation of Amateur Swimming”),(10)…………………in Lausanne,Swizerland. 1.a. toward b. from c. under d. in 2. a. meet b. meets c. meeting d. met 3. a. realized b. recognized c. admitted d. confirmed 4. a. or b. but c. then d. later 5. a. competing b. competition c. competitive d. All are correct 6. a. with b. of c. for d. on 7.a. all b. either c. both d. some 8.a. while b. when c. as d. since 9.a. substituted b. placed c. stood for d. replaced 10.a. located b. situate c. lie d. All are correct UNIT 13 : THE 22nd SEA GAMES I . Pronunciation :Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 1a. events b. spirit c. Asian d. silver 2.a. gold b. region c. organize d. game 3. a. trained b. proved c. impressed d. performed 4. a. competitor b. medal c. level d. development 5. a. honor b. high c. host d. hold 6. games b. teams c. medals d. events 7.a. success b. enthusiast c. support d. surprise 8. a. southern b. athlete c. both d. enthusiast 9. a. compose b. propose c. purpose d. suppose 10. a. organize b. spirit c. title d. surprising * Stress 1. a. enthusiast b. successfully c. competitor d. participation 2. a. spirit b. impress c. event d. perform 3. a. development b. cooperation c. surprisingly d. facility 4. a. festival b. badminton c. participant d. organize 5.a solidarity b. energetic c. excellently d. combination 6.a. enthusiast b. spectator c. composed d. title 7.a. energetic b. determine c. intensive d. surprising 8. a. organize b. festival c. athlete d. overwhelm 9a. solidarity b. generosity c. facilities d. international English 12
  5. 10.a. outstanding b. excellent c. successful d. development II. Vocabulary 1. The champion successfully ……………..his title against the American challenger a. protected b. defended c. retained d. won th 2. The 25 Sea Games will be held in Lao. It is the first time as the ……….for the game a. host b. competitor c. supporter d. participant 3. Thailand is our strongest ………………in Southeast Asia’s Men’s Soccer a. athlete b. rival c. spectator d. player 4. The SEA Games ……………..every two years , with 11 countries in Southeast Asia participating a. comes down b. sets up c. takes place d. brings about nd 5. In the 22 Sea games , Vietnamese athletes showed …………….and commitment a. enthusiast b. enthusiastic c. enthusiasm d. enthusiastically 6. Johnny used to be one of the most ………………athletes in my country a. succeed b. success c. successful d. successfully nd 7. The 22 SEA Games consisted of athletes from eleven ……………..counties a. participate b. participant c. participation d. participating 8. ……………….., the athlete broke the world’s record with two attempts a. Surprising b. Surprised c. Surprisingly d. Surprise 9. The ASEAN Para- Games are hosted by the same country where the SEA Games took place a. organized b. impressed c. participated d. defended nd 10. Viet Nam’s successful hosting of the 22 SEA Games is considered a/an ………………….example for other countries to follow, particularly in honesty, consistence, and organizing method a. festival b. peaceful c. energetic d. outstanding 11. The number of Vietnamese sport officials and referees of international standard taking part in regional tournaments has increased rapidly a. hosting b. participating c. achieving d. succeeding 12. To improve its athletes’ …………….Vietnam has regularly exchanged delegation of sport officials, coaches, referees and athletes with other countries a. team b. competitor c. appearance d. performance 13. He is a great sports ……………….. He rarely misses any sport games although he is very busy a. enthusiast b. player c. energy d. programmer 14. On behalf of ………………..host country , Prime Minister Phan Van Khai declared the 22nd SEA Games opening ceremony a. a b. the c. an d. no article 15. ASEAN press praised the great ……………………….of Vietnamese athletes at the 22nd SEA Games a. sports b. sportsman c. sporting d. sportsmanship III. Grammar 1.As she did so, her parents became………. a. the angriest b. the most angry c. the more angry d. angrier and angrier 2. People should eat ………..and do ……….to reduce the risk of heart disease. English 12
  6. a. less fat / more exercise b. less and less fat / the more exercise c. the less fat / the more exercise b. fatter / more exercise 3. He spent a year in India and loves spicy food…….the food is,………he likes it. a. The hotter / the more and more b. The hotter / the more c. The more and more hot / the more d. The hottest / the most 4.Of course you can come to the party………. a. The more the merrier b. the more and the merrier c. the more and merrier d. The more and more merrier 5. I feel……..I did yesterday. a. much more tired than b. many more tired than c. as many tired as d. as more tired as 6. She is …………..a spectator. a. a more an athlete than b. more of an athlete than c. an athlete more than d. an athlete of more than 7. His house is ……………mine. a. twice as big as b. as twice big as c. as two times big as d. as big as twice 8. ………..live in Ho Chi Minh city than in the whole of the rest of the country. a. As much as people b. more people c. as many as people d. people more 9. It gets ………..to understand what the professor has explained. a. the more difficult b. more difficult than c. difficult more and more d. more and more difficult 10. You must drive slower in built up areas. ………………you drive in the city, it is ………….that you will have an accident a. The faster and faster / the more b. The faster/ the more probable c. The more and more fast/ the more and more probable d. the more fastly/ the probable 12. At college the work is …………..than the work we did at school , but it is much …………. a. harder – more interesting b. hardest- most interesting c. harder- most interesting d. more hard - more interesting 13. We were disappointed as the film was …………..than we expected a. entertaining b. less entertaining c. more entertaining d. most entertaining 14. Vietnam is now one of the ………….rivals in the Southeast Asian games a. strong b. stronger c. strongest d. most strong 15. She practices playing the piano …………..than I do a. more regularly b. most regularly c. quite regularly d. as regularly 16. Of the three students, Sarah is the …………………. a. most intelligent b. more intelligent c. intelligent d. as intelligent 17. Your English is improving considerably. It is getting …………………. a. good and well b. well and better c. good and better d. better and better 18. The ears of African elephants are ………………Indian elephants a. bigger than b. bigger as c. bigger than of d. bigger than those of 19. Gasoline is twice …….it was a few years ago a. more expensive than b. much expensive as c. as expensive as d. as expensive than English 12
  7. 20 As I get older , I want to travel less a. I’m getting older and older, so don’t want to travel more b. The more I get old, the less I want to travel c. I don’t want to travel because of my old age d. the older I get, the less I want to travel 21. There are more sports competed in this SEA Games than last SEA Games a. The sports competed in this SEA Games are the same as those in last SEA Games b. Not as many sports were competed in last SEA Games as in this SEA Games c. In the last SEA Games there was some sports which were not competed d. I n this SEA Games, there are less sports competed than in last SEA Games 22. No one in the team can play better than John a. John plays well but the others play better b. John as well as other players of the team plays very well c. Everyone in the team , but John , plays very well d. John is the best player of the team 23. He only feels happy whenever he doesn’t have much work to do a. The more he works, the happier he feels b. The less he works, the happier he feels c. His works makes him happy d. He feels happier and happier with his work 24. More petrol is consumed nowadays than ten years ago a. Not so much petrol was consumed ten years ago as nowadays b. Petrol consumption is going down nowadays c. We had more petrol ten years ago than we do nowadays d. We should consume as much petrol as possible 25. I learn a lot but I can’t remember anything a. I learn more and more and remember more and more b. The less I learn, the more I remember c. The more I learn, the less I remember d. I remember not only what I have learned 26. The more money Peter makes, the more his wife spends a. Peter spends more money than his wife b. Peter and his wife both makes money c. peter spends the money his wife makes d. Peter’s wife keeps spending more money 27. He last heard from his family two years ago a. It is two years when he has heard from his family b. He hasn’t heard from his family for two years c. It is two years since he last heard from his family d. B and C are correct 28. The coffee was not strong, so it didn’t keep us awake a. The coffee was not strong enough to keep us awake b. The coffee was very strong, but it couldn’t keep us awake English 12
  8. c. We were kept awake because the coffee was strong d. The coffee was so hot that didn’t keep us awake 29. Mr pike wants his wife to quit her job and stay at home with the children a. Mr Pike would like his wife to continue working b. Mr Pike wants to quit his job c. Mr Pike would like his wife to stop working and stay at home d. Mr Pike wants to stay at home 30. I was the last to know about the accident a. At last I knew about the accident b. I wasn’t informed of the accident at all c. Everyone heard about the accident before I did d. The last thing I must know is the accident VI> Reading Reading 1 : Fill in each blank with one suitable word or phrase The 24th Southeast Asian Games was ……1…….in Thailand from December 6 to December 16, 2007. The Thai Olympic Committee was ……2……..the event to coincide with the commemoration of 80th birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Officials were studying the possibility of doing the events in multiple venues …3……..what had been done in Vietnam and the Philippines. It was ………4…….sixth time Thailand hosted the SEA Games. Thailand hosted the 1959, 1967, 1975, 1985 and 1995 Sea games On 24 February 2006 , Northeast Thailand’s Provinces authorities met to …5…….the 2007 SEA Games schedule, and progress on the province’s under – construction US $ 65 million sports complex. The meeting provided an overview of ……6….., and ended reassurances that everything would be ready……7……..SEA Games in 2007 a. The sports ……8………included a 5,000- seat indoor stadium and 16 tennis court facilities among other facilities schedules to be finished on June 2007 The 2007 SEA Games featured ………9…….than 400 events in 45 sports. The 24thedition of the games had the highest number of sporting events in the entire ……10………..of the SEA Games , more events than the Asian Games and the Olympic Games 1. a. held b. met c. seen d. committed 2. a. winning b. competing c. fighting d. planning 3. a. such as b. as c. likely d. like 4. a. a b. an c. the d. x 5. a. talk b. discuss c. tell d. quarrel 6. a. facilities b. tools c. materials d. furniture 7.a. at b. on c. with d. for 8.a. places b. halls c. venues d. homes 9.a. rather b. more c. better d. as 10a. history b. ancient c. former d. time Reading text 2 : Choose the word or phrase among A,B,C or D that is best answering for the questions English 12
  9. What makes science fiction the literature for so many ? Arthur C> Clark, the novelist and scientist , gave a good answer once, when asked why he chooses to write in this genre : “ Because , he said, “ no other literature is concerned with reality” Clarke didn’t say what sort of reality he had in mind, but there are two that suggest themselves. One of those significant realities of our time is science and technology. Those are the things that have made this century move so fast , in ways that earlier generations could hardly even imagine , and science fiction has played some parts in accelerating their progress, in the 1930s there was no television, radio showed little interest in science , even the daily newspapers covered it scantly and not very well; but science- fiction magazines were exploiting in every pulpwood issue the latest concepts from genetics and nuclear physics to cosmology . I think it is so fair to say that a majority of the world’s leading scientists today were first turned on to their subjects by reading science – fiction stories The other reason for a fascination with science fiction is that the central fact of contemporary life is rapid, ever- accelerating change, change that alters the rules of all our lives all the time. And science fiction is, in science , the literature of change 1. Which of the following would be the best title for this passage ? a. Why Read Science Fiction? b. How Science Relates to Reality ? b. Popular Literature of the 1930s. d. Topics in Science Fiction 2. What is the author’s main purpose in this passage ? a. To explain the popularity of science fiction literature b. To show the need for science- fiction literature c. To classify different types of literature d. To discuss the work of Arthur C. Clarke 3. According to the passage which of the following carried news of science and technology to the public in the 1930s a. Radio broadcast b.Science fiction magazines c.Television programs d.Newspaper coverage 4. The author mentions all of the following as being part of the reality with which science- fiction is concerned a. change b. science c. publication d. technology 5. The phrase “ turned on to” as used in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by which of the following ? a. employed by b. disenchanted with c. introduced to d. changed by UNIT 14 : INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION I. Pronunciation : Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 1.a. catastrophe b. propose c. become d. survive 2.a. treatment b. struggle c. initiate d. total 3. a. symbol b. emergency c. poverty d. qualify 4. a. appalled b. dedicated c. designed d. injured 5.a. society b. delegate c. president d. protection English 12
  10. 6.a. disaster b. appall c. wartime d. quarter 7.a. mount b. wounded c. found d. without 8.a. appeal b. treatment c. peace d. bearing 9.a. mission b. result c. disaster d. hesitation 10a. wounded b. dedicated c. appealed d. adopted * Stress 1. a. disaster b. prisoner c. agency d. family 2. a. international b. federation c. society d. dedication 3. a. involve b. propose c. improve d. soldier 4. a. civilian b. official c. temporary d. tsunami 5. a. volunteer b. wherever c. example d. disaster 6. a. injured b. famine c. earthquake d. result 7. a. collect b. appall c. devote d. victim 8. a. catastrophic b. propose c. become d. survive 9.a. initiate b. medical c. rapidly d. possible 10. a. suffering b. president c. protection d. conference II. Vocabulary 1. They are appealing …………………….local business for sponsorship money a. in b. at c. on d. to The Red Cross is aimed …………providing medical aid and other help to victims of natural disasters a. in b. at c. on d. to 3. WHO’s main activities are carrying out research ………………medical development and improving health care a. in b. at c. on d. to 4. They have launched a(n) ……………to send food to the flood victims a. aid b. proposal c. appeal d. attraction 5. The British government has now suspended ………………aid to the area a. human b. humane c. humanistic d. humanitarian 6. ………………..for founding the Red Cross came from a Swiss called Jean Henri Dunant a. Research b. Invention c. Initiate d. Ambition 7. The Red Cross provides relief in case of ……………….such as floods, earth-quake, and hurricanes a. challenges b. disasters c. commodities d. disadvantages 8. I’m just as …………….as you are to make this company successful a. dedicated b. serious c. willful d. determined 9. An international medical conference initiated by Davison resulted in the birth of the League of Red Cross Societies in 1991 a. started b. helped c. treated d. dedicated 10. ………………..is a situation in which large numbers of people have little or no food, and many of them die a. Disaster b. Famine c. Poverty d. Flood 11. She sustained severe head ……………..after being thrown from her horse English 12
  11. a. injure b. injured c. injuries d. injurious 12. According to World Bank figures, 41 percent of Brazilians live in absolute …………. a. poor b. poorer c. poorly d. poverty 13. All payments to the ICRC are ………….and are received as donations a. volunteer b. voluntary c. voluntarily d. voluntariness 14. One of the tasks of the Red Cross is also to support local ………care projects a. health b. healthy c. healthful d. healthily 15. In 2004 more than 40 national societies have worked with more than 22,000……….to bring relief to the countless victims of the Earthquake a. actions b. volunteers c. founders d. nations 16. We appose this war , as we would do any other war which created an environmental catastrophe a. pollution b. disaster c. convention d. epidemic 17.The AISD …………….continue to spread around the world. Up to 4,00 people are infected with the HIV virus every single day a. treatment b. epidemic c. tsunami d. damage 18. According to the World Bank figures , 41 percent of Brazilians live in absolute ……….. a. poor b. poorer c. poorly d. poverty th 19. Up until the middle of the 19 century, there were no …………..and well – established army nursing systems for casualties a. organize b. organized c. organizational d. organizers 20. A ……………..is a very large wave, often cause ed by an earthquake , that flows onto the land and destroys things a. famine b. catastrophe c. tsunami d. flood 21. The 1923 earthquake in Japan killed about 200, 000 people and left countless wounded and homeless a. poor b. imprisoned c. suffered d. injured 22. The mission of the Red Cross is also to supervise the ……………..of prisoners of war a. education b. encouragement c. treatment d. runaway 23. The total number of national Red Cross societies from all over the world has mounted to 186 a. protected b. devoted c. increased d. aimed 24. Fifty percent of roads accidents results in head injuries a. examines b. heals c. causes d. treats 25. Jeans Henry Dunant was appalled by the almost complete lack of care for wounded soldiers a. dedicated b. shocked c. interested d. excited III. Grammar 1. Go ……………….this book because it has the information you need a. over b. by c. off d. on 2. Helen has gone out and she will not be ………………till midnight a. off b. along c. back d. away 3. Everything is ……………..you. I can’t make ………………..my mind yet a. out off/ on b. up to/ up c. away from/ for d. on for/ off English 12
  12. 4. There is no food left. Someone must have eaten it ……………. a. out b. up c. off d. along 5. The explorers made a fire to …………….off wild animals a. get b. keep c. take d. go 6. If something urgent has……………..up, phone me immediately and I will help you a. picked b. come c. kept d. brought 7. The passengers had to wait because the plane ………………off one hour late a. took b. turned c. cut d. made 8. Be careful ! the tree is going to fall a. Look out b. Look up c. Look on d. Look after 9. The organization was established in 1950 in the USA a. come around b. set up c. made out d. put on 10. Within their home country, national Red Cross and red crescent societies assume the duties and responsibilities of a national relief society a. take on b. get off c. go about d. put in 11. The bomb exploded in thw garage ; fortunately no one hurt a. put on b. went off c. got out d. kept up 12. They had to delay their trip because of the bad weather a. get through b. put off c. keep up with d. go over 13. It took me a very long time to recover from the shock of her death a. turn off b. take on c. get over d. keep up with 14. he didn’t particularly want to play any competitive sport a. use up b. do with c. take up d. go on 15. I’m tired because I went to bed late last night a. stayed up b. kept off c. put out d. brought up 16. She got ……………..her car to pick …………….some wild flowers a. from/on b. in/at c. off/up d. out/ for 17. The customer had tried …………..some blouses but none of them suited her a. at b. with c. in d. on 18. If I get this report finished I will knock ………….early and go to the pub for some drink a. up b. over c. on d. of 19. Boys ! ……………away all your toys and go to bed right now a. Come b. Lie c. Put d. Sit 20. I have been trying to ring him up all day and I couldn’t …………….through a. get b. take c. look d. hang 21. The water supply of the building was ……………….off because the pipes burst a. handed b. held c. cut d. paid 22. How are you ……………on with your work ? – It is OK a. calling b. getting c. playing d. looking 23. Mary says that when her drugs budget was exhausted she turned to the Swedish Red Cross. a. Mary says that she was tired with the voluntary work for the Swedish Red Cross. b. Mary says that she gave all her money to the Swedish Red Cross. c. Many says that the money she bought drugs was given to the Swedish Red Cross. English 12
  13. d. Many says that when she ran out of money for her drugs, she asked the Swedish Red Cross for help. 24. I find it difficult to get rid of my smoking habit. a. As for me , stopping my smoking habit is quite difficult. b. I have difficulty smoking cigarettes. c. My smoking ha bit has caused me a lot of difficulties. d. I will quit smoking someday. 25. You can look up this word in the dictionary. a. There are a lot of words in the dictionary for you to look at. b. You can find the meaning of this word in the dictionary. c. The dictionary contains a lot of words except the one you need. d. You should buy this dictionary to find the word you need. 26. That car is beyond my means. a. That car is cheap enough for me to buy. b . That car is too expensive for me to buy. c. I am really interested in that car. d . I really do not like that car. 27. The doctor advised Mr. Pike to take up a new hobby. a. The doctor said , “A new hobby is not good for Mr.Pike.” b. The doctor wanted Mr.Pike not to have any new hobby. c. The doctor said , “you should start a new hobby, Mr. Pike.” d. The doctor said to Mr.Pike, “You should stop your present hobby.” 28. She was just as good as they had thought a. She quite definitely came up to their expectations b. She was better than they had expected c. Contrary to their expectation, she was very good to them d. She was worse than they had thought IV. Reading UNICEF (The United Nations Children’s Fund) is mandated by the United Nations General Assembly to advocate for the (1) …………of children’s rights , to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. UNICEF is guided by the Convention on the Rights of the Child and(2)……….to establish children’s rights as enduring ethical principles and international standards of (3)………..towards children .UNICEF (4)…….that the survival , protection and development of children are universal development. UNICEF mobilizes political will and material (5)………….to help countries , particularly developing countries ,ensure a “first call for children” and to build their capacity to form appropriate policies and (6)………..ser-vices for children and their families. UNICEF is committed to ensuring special protection for (7)……..most disadvantaged children –victims of war, disasters, extreme poverty ,all forms of violence and (8)…………and those with disabilities. UNICEF responds in emergencies to protect the rights of children .in coordination with United Nations partners and humanitarian agencies, UNICEF makes its unique facilities for rapid response available to its partners to(9)………the suffering of children and those who provide their care. UNICEF is non-partisan and its cooperation is free from discrimination. In everything it does, the most disadvantaged children and the countries in greatest need have priority. UNICEF (10)………,through its country programs , to English 12
  14. promote the equal rights of women and girls and to support their full participation in the political, social and economic development of their communities. 1. a. protest b. destruction c. protection d. achievement 2. a. admits b. suggests c. adopts d. tries 3. a. poverty b. behavior c. medicine d. injure 4. a. insists b. devotes c. treats d. mounts 5. sources b. mines c. budgets d. funds 6. care b. appeal c. supply d. react 7. a.a b. an c. the d. x 8. a. exploit b. exploited c. exploiter d. exploitation 9. a. rise b. relieve c. increase d. lower 10. a. throws b. looks c. aims d. points ĐÁP ÁN Unit 12 I. pronunciation 1c 2d 3a 4b 5a 6a 7c 8a 9a 10d  Stress 1c2c3c 4a 5b 6b 7 d 8c 9a 10b II. Vocabulary 1a 2a 3c 4c 5a 6c 7b 8a 9a 19c 11a 12d 13d 14d 15d 16d 17 b 18 d 19a 20b 21c 22d 23a 24c 25c III/ Grammar: 1d 2a 3a 4c 5c 6c 7b 8d 9a 10b 11a 12a 13c 14c 15d IV/ Reading 1c 2a 3b 4c 5c 6a 7c 8a 9d 10a UNIT13: Pronunciation 1c 2b 3c 4d 5a 6d 7b 8a 9c 10b * Stress 1d 2a 3b 4c 5c 6d 7a 8d 9c 10a II/ Vocabulary 1b 2a 3b 4c 5c 6c 7d 8c 9a 10d 11b 12d 13a 14b 15d III/ Grammar 1d 2a 3b 4b 5a 6b 7a 8b 9b 10b 12a 13b 14c 15a 16b 17d 18d 19a 20d 21b 22d 23b 24a 25c 26d 27b 28a 29c 30c. IV. Reading Reading 1:1. a 2b 3c 4 c 5 a 6d 7b 8a 9d 10c Reading 2: 1b 2c 3d 4d 5a UNIT 14 Pronunciation : 1a 2c 3d 4b 5a 6a 7 b 8d 9a 10c English 12
  15. * Stress 1a 2c 3d 4c 5a 6b 7d 8a 9a 10c II. Vocabulary 1d 2b 3c 4c 5d 6c 7b 8a 9a 10b 11c 12d 13b 14a 15b 16b 17b 18d 19c 20c 21d 22c 23c 24c 25b III. Grammar 1a 2c 3b 4b 5b 6b 7a 8a 9b 10a 11b 12b 13c 14c 15a 16c 17d 18d 19c 20a 21c 22b 23d 245a 25b26b27c28a IV. Reading 1c 2d 3b 4a 5a 6c 7c 8d 9b 10c English 12
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