# Tài liệu về Bài tập tiếng anh lớp 10

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I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others 1. a. field b. heat c. meet d. peasant 2. a. ready b. meat c. defeat d. beat 3. a. kitchen b. history c. finish d. sometime 4. a. children b. minute c. excited d. dinner 5. a.invited b. needed c. looked d. decided

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1. TRÖÔØNG TRUNG HOÏC PHOÅ THOÂNG LONG THÔÙI TOÅ TIEÁNG ANH HOÏ TEÂN HOÏC SINH: LÔÙP: NAÊM HOÏC: 2007 - 2008 
2. GIAÙO VIEÂN BIEÂN SOAÏN Unit 1 Unit 4: Mr. Thaønh  Unit 5  Unit 7: Ms. Toá Oanh Unit 8  Unit 10: Ms. Thuyø Döông Unit 11  Unit 13: Ms. Vaân Anh Unit 14  Unit 16: Ms. Thanh Mai 2
3. UNIT: 1 A DAY IN THE LIFE OF………….. VOCABULARY: - exact/ 1g’zkt/ (adj) ->exactly(adv) - plot of land(n) - harrow/’hr6$/ (v) - plough/pla$/ (v) - pump/p^mp/ (v) - lead– led – led /li:d/ (v) - bank/b7k/ (n) - peasant/’peznt/ (n) - buffalo/’b^f6l6$/ (n) ->leadthebuffalo to thefield (exp) - transplant/’trnspla:nt/ (v) ->do thetransplanting(exp) - takea rest(exp) - Civic Education/’s1v1k ‘ed2ukeù1~n/ (n) - InformationTechnology/1nf6’me1~n tek’n4l6d2i/ (n) - Maths/m8s/ (n) - Physics/’f1z1ks/ (n) - literature/’litr6t~6/ (n) - biology/ba1’4l6d21/ (n) - Chemistry/’keùm1str1/ (n) - physicaleducation/’f1z1kl ‘ed2uke1~n/ (n) - Geography/d21’4gr6f1/ (n) - history/’h1stri/ (n) A.PRONUNCIATION AND STRESS I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others 1. a. field b. heat c. meet d. peasant 2. a. ready b. meat c. defeat d. beat 3. a. kitchen b. history c. finish d. sometime 4. a. children b. minute c. excited d. dinner 5. a.invited b. needed c. looked d. decided II. Choose the word that has different main stress from the others. 1. a. usually b. afternoon c. although d. buffalo 2. a. tobacco b. breakfast c. children d. several 3. a. routine b. tobacco c. continue d. neighbour 4. a. interest b. alarm c. peasant d. sometime 5. a. kitchen b. exactly c. family d. harrow B. READING I. Read the text below and choose the correct word or phrase for each space : Mr. Ly is a farmer. He always gets (1) at 4:30 every morning. He goes down to the kitchen to boil (2) water for his morning tea. After drinking several cups of tea (3) having a quick breakfast. He leads the buffalo to the field. (4) takes him 45 minutes to get ready. He (5) the house at a quarter past five and arrives in the (6) at 5:30. He (7) and harrows his plot of land and then smokes local tobacco (9) the break. He continues working (10) 10:30. He goes home, takes a short rest and has lunch with his family at 11:30. 1. a. up b. down c. over d. in 2. a. an b. a c. some d. any 3. a. but b. and c. however d. then 4. a.This b.It c.That d. Which 5. a. quits b. goes c. comes d. leaves 6. a. area b. field c. site d. ground 7. a. ploughs b. takes c. digs d. brings 3 4. 8. a. nap b. lunch c. sleeping d. rest 9. a. in b. for c. at d. of 10. a. to b. by c. at d. until. II. Read the passagecarefully and answer the questions below. Every morning I get up at six. The first thing I do is to wash the dishes my family dirtied the day before. Then I cook breakfast. We eat at about seven fifteen. Usually we have bread with butter, sometimes we have rice or boiled sweet potatoes. It takes me about ten minutes to walk to school, and school begons with an assembly period at seven forty-five. There are fifteen hundred children in our school and so we meet in three separate assemlies: the infant department, the middle department, and the senior department. We always listen attentively to the head mistress then We have seven periods from eight to one. We study Maths, Geography, Historty, Art and Crafts, and English. I like English best and next to that, Mathematics. At ten, we have a chance to eat an orange and some peanuts. At noon, we do not rest. At one, we I go home for lunch. But this time, my sister Patricia gets the meal. We often eat yams with soup and some other dishes. After lunch, I usually slep for half an hour. In the afternoon, I often play netball.I sometimes skip, run, and jump with the other girls. At about six or six thirty we have dinner. Either my sister or I cook it. The meal is simpler than the mid-day meal. We eat fruit or rice, and sometimes we have bread and tea. Then in the evening, I do my homework and go to bed at ten. 1. What is the fisrt thing does the auther have to do? - . 2. What time do her have breakfast? - . 3. How long does it take her to walk to school? - . 4. What time does the school begin? - . 5. How many assemblies are there in her school? - . 6. How many periods does she study everyday? - . 7. What subjet does she like best? - . 8. What do she and her sister eat for lunch? - . 9. What is lunch considered meal of a day? - . 10. Is their dinner more complex than the mid-day meal? - . C. LISTENING Hello everyone, my name is Lam. I’m a driver in Ho Chi Minh City. I usually have a busy working day. I get up at in the morning. I start work at six. My first passenger is usually an old . I take from District 1 to . After I drop him at a cafeù near Ho Chi Minh City College of Education, I pedal to Thai Binh market. My next passenger is a who does there every two days. I help her put all her purchases into the cyclo and then take her to her shop Tran Hung Dao Street. At about ten thirty I toward Nguyen Thi Minh Khai school. There park my cyclo, chat with some of my fellows and wait my third passengers. They are school pupils, a girl and a boy. I take them home. At twelve I have lunch at a near D. WRITING I. Use the prompts to write complete sentences about a day in my life. 1. I / get up / six o’clock / every morning. - . 2. I / have / breakfast / my dad. - . 4 5. 3. My father / take / in his car / the station. - . 4. He / always / set off / half past six / he / pass / the station / quarter to seven. - . 5. My train / leave / ten past seven / arrive / Oxford / twenty minutes later. - . 6. I / go straight / school / I / finish / homework. - . II. Write a complete paragraph based on part I, using the adverbs such as firstly, second, next, then… I usually get up at six o’clock every morning. Firstly, .E. LANGUAGE FOCUS: Choose the best answer for each sentence 1. Peter usually up at 6 o’clock. A. get B. is getting C. got D. gets 2. She dishes every day. A. washes B. washed C. is washing D. wash 3. The Sun in the East. A. is rising B. rose C. rise D. rises 4. They two years ago. A. left B. had left C. leave D.have left 5. I have lived in HCM city since I two years. A. were B. have been C. was D. am 6. The alarm goes at 5:30 A. of B. off C. up D. down 7. We are contented what we do. A. on B. in C. with D. for 8. He is interested reading novels. A. on B. at C. in D. about 9. I know how she felt. A. exactly B. exact C. exacting D. exactness 10. Are you with your present work? A. satisfied B. satisfy C. satisfying D. satisfaction 11. He is not really interested in on the farm. A. to work B. work C. worked D. working 12. Kate _________to school last week because her mother _______ill. A. didn’t go/ was B. doesn’t go/ is C. wasn’t going/ are D. hasn’t gone/ 13. Amy ________her grandmother every Sunday. A. visited B. was visiting C. visits D. has visited 14. My children ___________in the park with their uncle Joe right now. A. is playing B. has played C. are playing D. have 15. We _______to London once five years ago. A. travels B. have traveled C. traveled D. were traveling 16 The alarm at 5 o’clock evry morning. A. goes off B. rings C. sounds D. A & B 17. It often takes me 40 minutes to in the morning. A. get ready B. do C. prepare D. A & B 18. We are contented with what we do. “contented with” is nearest in meaning to… A. angry with B. bored with C. satisfied with D. annoyed with 19. We work about two hours before we a rest. A. get B. take C. do D. make 20. Mr Vy is a farmer. The synonym of “a farmer” is: A. a driver B. a peasant C. teacher D. a worker 21. My kids spend hours on the phone to their friends. 5 6. A. chat B. chatter C. chatty D. chatting 22. The machines are inspected twice . A. daily B. day C. days D. date 23. He has given up smoking for a long time. Now he is a . A. smoker B. nonsmoker C. smoking D smoke 24. Where is Mother? – She in the kichen. A. is cooking B. cooks C. was cooking D. cooked 25. I’m busy at the moment. I on the computer. A. work B. am working C. worked D. have worked 26. My friend the answer to the question. A. is knowing B. knows C. knew D. has known 27. My father ussally to work by bus. A. works B. work C. worked D. is working 28. Look! It . A. rains B. rained C. has rained D. is raining 29. My mother in the kitchen now. A. is B. is being C. was D. are 30. I to the cinema twice a month. A. goes B. have gone C. went D. go 6 7. UNIT : 2 SCHOOL TALKS VOCABULARY - language/’ l7gw1d2/ (n) - physics/’f1z1ks/ (n) - chemistry/’keùm1str1/ (n) -> chemical/’keùm1kl/ (adj, n) -> chemist /’ keùm1st/ (n) - international /1nt6’n~n6l/ (adj) - get up (phr v) - enjoy (v) - flat /flt/ (n) = apartment /6’pa:tm6nt/ - worry about /’w^ri/ (phr v) - bike /ba1k/ (n) = bicycle / ‘ba1s6kl/ - crowd /kra$d/ (n) -> crowed / kra$d1d/ (adj) - narrow /’nr6$/ (adj) - traffic /’trf1k/ (n) - awful /’0:fl/ (adj) - headache /’hede1k/ (n) - backache /’bke1k/ (n) - toothache /’tu:8e1k/ (n) PRONUNCIATION AND STRESS I.. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others 1. a. fun b. sun c. super d. study 2. a. love b. worry c. above d. cousin 3. a. language b. fancy c. task d. harrow 4. a. mark b. card c. hard d. warm II. Choose the word that has different main stress from the others 1. a. profession b. history c. chemistry d. language 2. a. traffic b. about c. around d. enjoy 3. a. Conner b. option c. provide d. narrow 4. a. biology b. chemistry c. geography d. technology READING I. Read the letter below and choose the correct word or phrase for each space: Dear Lan, I’m(1) to tell you about my new school.(2) is about five kilometers from my home. Mr. Nam(3) my teacher at the school and (4) His sister is(5) secretary at the school. She works (6) the school office and types letters. There are two other secretaries, and (7) also My best friend is not at my school; He goes to a small school near his home. Now tell me(8) your new school. Is it a big school? Who (9) your Please write(10) me soon. Love, Dung 1. a. write b. writing c. wrote d. written 2. a.They b.It c.She d. He 3. a. is b. will be c. was d. are 4. a. She b. He c. It d.They 5. a. the b. an c. a d. no article 6. a. in b. at c. for d. about 7. a.He b.She c.They d.We 8. a. about b. for c. of d. with 9. a. has been b. will be c. is d. are 7
8. 10. a. in b. about c. to d. for B. Read the letter. Write (T) or (F) for each one of the sentences below : Dear Alice, Today is the first day of the new school year. I have just got my new timetable. The first lesson is English. This lesson begins at 7 o’clock and finishes at half past eight. The next lesson is Geography and then we have a break. The break lasts from 9:15 to 9:35. The last lesson after the break is Maths. Tomorrow we have Physics, History and English. On Thursday we have our favourite subject between ten fifty-five and twelve thirty-five. In generally, there are twenty lessons each week but they all take place in the morning. We Love, Lala. 1. Alice writes to Lala. 2. The first day of the new school year is Wednesday. 3. The second lesson is Geography. 4. The break is about 30 minutes. 5. Wednesday we have Physics, History and English. 6. The twenty lessons take place in the morning. LISTENING Listen 4 conversations and write in the missing words. Conversation 1: A: So, what are you taking this semester, Lan ? B: Well, I am taking . A: Me too. Whose class are you in? B: Miss . A: How do like this class? B: I really enjoy it. Conversation 2: A: Are you yourself, Nam? B: Yes, I am. A: Would you like me to get you something ? B: right now, thanks. Conversation 3: A: Son, how do you like in Nha Trang? B: It’s great. A: So, when did you get here? B: I arrived . A: How long are you going to stay? B: For a . A: Do you want to go for ? B: Sure. Conversation 4: A: Hoa. do you like it here? B: It’s very nice. The hotel is and my room . A: Are you travelling with your ? B: No. I’m alone. A: Would you like to go for a drink? B: That’s great. WRITING: Complete the following form. Full name : . Date of birth : . Nationality : . Home address : . Schools : (1996 – 20006) . 8
9. Examinations passed and grades :(school certificates) . Languages : . Interests : . (Please write in capital letters). III. Give the correct verb forms: 1. Ms. Lan enjoy (teach) because she loves working with children. 2. You don’t allow (smoke) in the classroom. 3. My father doesn’t allow me (smoke) in his room. 4. It’s better to avoid (travel) during the rush hour. 5. Stop (smoke) or you’ll die young 6. We can’t help (consider) his option. 7. Do you remember (leave) your hat anywhere? 8. I’ll remember (write) to you soon. 9. Would you mind (open) the door? 10. Lan is consider (take) a trip to the US next year. IV. Prepositions: 1. I’m a student Long Thoi High school. 2. I love working children. 3. I usually go to school bus. 4. Lan is good English. 5. Are you afraid getting sick before the examination? 6. The malls are usually crowded shoppers on Christmas season . 9
10. UNIT 3 : PEOPLE’S BACKGROUND * Vocabulary: - receive /r1’si:v/ (v) - diploma /d1’pl6$m6/ (n) - human /’hjum6n/ (n) -> humane /hju:’me1n / (adj) -> humanitarian /hju,mn1’te6r16n / (adj) - interrupt /,1nt6’r^pt/ (v) -> interruption /,1nt6’r^p~n/ (n) - tragedy /’trd26d1/ (n) -> tragic /’trd21k/ (adj) -> tragically (adv) - science /’sa16ns/ (n) -> scientist /’sa16nt1st/ (n) -> scientific /,sa16n’t1f1k/ (adj) -> scientifically (adj) - difficult /’d1f1k6l/ (adj) -> difficulty /’d1f1k6lt1/ (n) - education /ed2u’ke1~n/ (n) -> educational / ed2u’ke1~n6l/ (adj) - award /6’w0:d/ (n) -> awarded (adj) - extreme /1k’sti:m/ (adj) -> extremely (adv) - impossible /1m’p4s6bl/ (adj) -> impossibly (adv) -> impossibility /1m,p4s6’b1l6t1/ (n) - brilliant /’br1l16nt/ (adj) - mature /m6’t~$6/ (adj) -> maturity / m6’t~$6r6t1/ (n) - condition /k6n’d1~n/ (n) -> conditional / k6n’d1~n6l/ (adj) - die /dai/ (v) -> dead /ded/ (adj) -> death /de8/ (n) - take up (phr v) - joy (n) -> joyful (adj) -> joyfulness (n) - weigh /wei/ (v) -> weight (n) - determine /d1’t3:m1n/ (v) -> determination / d1’t3:m1ne1~n/ (n) -> determined (adj) 10 11. PRONUNCIATION AND STRESS I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others 1. a. bed b. send c. pen d. severe 2. a. tragic b. mature c. husband d. another 3. a. make b. fame c. cake d. bad 4. a. fat b. cat c. take d. mad II. Choose the word that has different main stress from the others 1. a. develop b. determine c. exactly d. interest 2. a. condition b. general c. professor d. another 3. a. brilliant b. career c. private d. science 4. a. scientific b. mathematics c. education d. imposible III. Supply the correct verb tenses: 1. Tom’s mother got angry because he (break) her favourite vase. 2. When I came in the room last night, The film (begin) a quarter before. 3. We (see)_________that film before it (be) shown on TV in 1995. 4. I felt a little better after I (take) some medicine. 5. When you phoned me, I (do) my homework. 6. When I came , she (already, go) . 7. Yesterday John (go) to the store before he (go) home. 8. While I (wait) for you on this corner, I (see) a bad accident. 9. She (leave) Ho Chi Minh 3 years ago and I haven’t seen her since then. 10. Where you (go) last night? – I (go) to the theater with my IV. Word- forms: 1. After the death of her husband, Marie Curie took up his position at the 2. She received training from her father. (science) 3. There have been many films made for school. They are called films. (educate) are you suggesting is a complete 4. What !(impossible). 5. She in 1969.(death). V. Reading: A. Read the passage below and choose the correct word or phrase for each blank . - Marie Curie was born in Warsaw(1) November 7, 1867.She harboured the dream of a scientific(2) ,which was impossible for a that time.(3) her difficult living conditions, she(4) extremely hard. In 1903, Marie became the first woman (5) a PhD from the Sorbonne. And in 1906, she was(6) first woman in France to be a university professor. Soon after, she was (7) a 1. a. in b. on c. from d. at 2. a. job b. work c. career d. task 3. a. Despite of b. In spite of c. Although d. However 4. a. works b. worked c. has worked d. had worked 5. a. to receive b. receive c. received d. was received 6. a. the b. a c. an d. zero article 7. a. won b. awarded c. dedicated d. devoted 8. a. determine b. to determine c. determining d. B. Read the text and questions below. For each question, circle the letter you choose A, B, C, or D . - Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in the nineteenth century, and later came to the US. Several members of his family did a great deal to encourage him in the field of science. His father was most instrumental in supervising his work with the deaf. While he dealt with the deaf and investigated the science of acoustics, his study eventually led to the invention of the multiple telegraph and his greatest invention of 1. What was considered to be Alexander’s was dedicated to the telephone. The last quarter century of his life greatest invention? advance in aviation. a. multiple telegraph b. telephone c. aviation d. acoustics. 2. When he studied science, his family was . a. pleased b. angry c. sad d. supportive 3. Which of the following sentences is not true? a. Alexander was born in the 1900s . b. Alexander worked with the deaf. 11 12. c. Alexander invented a multiple telegraph. d. Alexander had many experiments with science of acoustics. 4. How many years did Alexander dedicated to aviation? a. 100 b. 25 c. 35 d. 50 VI. Writing: Use the prompts below to write complete sentences about Uncle Ho . 1. Uncle Ho / born / May19, 1890 / Nghe An. - . 2. He / be / not only / national hero / but also / great poet. - . 3. He / devote / all his life / the country’s independence / freedom. - . 4. He / be / so kind / that / people all over the word / know / love / him. - . 5. He / die / 1969. - . VII. Listening: Listen to the conversation between Bob and Sally and then fill in the blanks. BOB: Congratulations! You are now the Olympic . SAALY: Thanks. Yes, I’m very . BOB: Our readers want to know all about you. SALLY: That’s nice! Well, ask me your questions. BOB: First of all, tell me something about yourself. SALLY: Well, I was born in . I got a general education at local schools and when I was , I joined the Star Sports near my home. BOB: Where is your home? SALLY: In Manchester. BOB: I see. And do you alone? SALLY: No. I live with my family, my parents and two brothers. BOB: What do you like to do in your ? SAALY: Well, I don’t have much free time, but like different sport – basketball and , for example – and just sitting at home and reading. BOB: What sort of books do you like? SALLY: Oh, love stories – books. BOB: And what do you want to be in the future? SALLY: I want to be a sports . I’m a student at college. I want to get my BOB: I see. Now tell me… 12 13. UNIT4 : SPECIAL EDUCATION * Vocabulary: - deaf /def/ (adj) - disabled /d1’se1bld/ (adj) -> disability /d1s6’b1l6t1/ (n) - dumb /d^m/ (adj) - demonstrate /’dem6ntre1t/ (v) -> demonstration /’dem6ntre1~n/(n) -> demonstrative /d1’m4ntr6t1v / (adj) - determine /d1’t3:m1n/ (v) -> determination / d1,t3:m1ne1~n/ (n) - oppose /6’p6$z/ (v) -> opposition /,4p6’z1~n / (n) -> opposed /6’p6$zd/ (adj) - mental /’mentl/ (adj) -> mentally (adj) -> mentality /men’tl6t1/ (n) - retarded /r1’ta:d1d/ (adj) - time-consuming /ta1m k6n’sju:m17/ (adj) - gradual /’grd2u6l/ (adj) -> gradually (adv) I. Pronunciation : 1. a. love b. some c. come d. from 2. a. both b. cloth c. hot d. spot 3. a. homework b. opposite c. possible d. comic 4. a poor b. score c. school d. more II. Stress : 1. a. mentally b. physical c. different d. disabled 2. a. effort b. subtract c. children d. reason 3. a. opposition b. difference c. information d. demonstration 4. a. educate b. develop c. believe d. consume III. Complete the definitions below, using The + one of the adjectives : poor, rich, dumb, deaf, blind, disabled, sick, dead. 1. are people who are disabled. 2. are people who do not have enough money to have a comfortable 3. are people who have a lot of money or property. 4. are people who are ill. 5. are people who have died. 6. are people who are unable to see. 7. are people who are not able to speak. 8. are people who can not hear. IV. Give the correct verb forms : 1. I used to (smoke) 20 cigarettes a day two years ago. 2. I am used to (jog) every morning. 3. She used to (go) to school by bicycle, but last year she sold it and bought a 4. He is used to (get) up early every day. 5. Hai used to (be) my best friend, but we aren’t friends any more. V. Combine the following sentences, using which as a connector : 1. Peter didn’t get the job. It’s made him very depressed. . 2. The police blocked off the road. That caused a traffic jam. . 3. My car has broken down. This means I can’t go away tomorrow. . 13 14. 4. The house we has just bought is modern and comfortable. This means we are happy. . 5. Mr. Lam paid for the meal. That was very kind of her. . VI. Prepositions: 1. Thuy’s class is different other classes because the children are disabled. 2. At first the parents were opposed the idea of sending their children to the special class and prevent them having proper school. 3. Her job is taking care mentally retarded children in the area. 4. Our teacher is very proud her work. VII. Word –forms: 1. They gave a clear of their intentions. (demonstrate) 2. She has always been to experiments on animal. (oppose) 3. It’s hard to tell the between the twins. (different). 4. Sport is her passion.(consume) VI. Reading: A. Read the passage below and choose the correct word or phrase for each space : (1) other teachers, Pham Thu Thuy enjoys her (2) job. However, her class is different(3) other classes. The twenty- five children, who are learning to read and write in her class, are(4) . Most of the children come from large and poor families, (5) prevent them from having proper 1. a. Like b. As c. Because of d. When 2. a. to teach b. teaching c. teach d. taught 3. a. with b. on c. between d. from 4. a. blind b. deaf c. dump d. disabled 5. a. which b. who c. whom d. whose B. Read the following passage. Write (T) or (F) for each of the sentences below : Many people now think that teachers give pupils too much homework. They say that it is unnecessary for children to work at home in their free time. Moreover, They argue that most teachers do not properly plan the homework tasks they give to pupils. The result is that pupils have to repeat tasks which they have already done at school. 1. According to the writer, many parents would like their children to have less homework. 2. Many teachers think that pupils should have homework. 3. Parents think that pupils shouldn’t have to do a lit of work in their leisure time at home. 4. A lot of homework has not been planned properly, according to many parents. 5. Parents say that most teachers give homework which is different from the work the pupils have done in the class. VII. Writing: Read the advertisement below. FLAT FOR SALE This large flat is on the top floor of a five- storey modern block of flats in a quiet part of the country. There are two school, restaurant, and several shops nearby. Bus station is only 50 meters away. The flat has got a large living-room, a dining-room, a modern kitchen, a large bedroom and two small bedrooms. There is a bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet. The flat has also got a small storeroom, and there is a large Using the information below to complete the letter of complain: 1. The flat is old and noise. 2. It is on the first floor 3. Near the flat there is not a school. 4. There is a railway station near the flat. 5. There is a dining-room but there isn’t a living-room. 6. The dining-room inside the kitchen. 7. The flat has 3 small bedrooms. 8. There aren’t any carpets. 30 Nguyen Thi Thap street Dist 7, HCM city. The Director 14 15. Advertisement com. 135 Bui Thi Xuan HCM city 22 September, 20007 Dear Sir, I am writing to complain about the poor quality at your company. Everything seems to be worse than what you say in the advertisement. . . . . . I look forward to hearing from you and to getting a quick resolution of this problem. Please contact me at the above address or by phone at (08) 771 2241. Yours faithfully Vu Van Mai. VIII. Listening: Listen and fill in the blanks. If you ask any member of the Vang Trang Khuyet Club which time of the day they enjoy most, and they will all agree: their lesson. The Vang Trang Khuyet Club’s members come from the Nhan Chinh School for children, Xa Dan Secondary School for Deaf and Mute Children, and the Hanoi Literature and Art Club for Mentally Retarded Children. “Whenever we hold a camera, wandering around and taking in our surroundings through a lens, we can the sorrow of our disabilities,” says club member Nguyen Minh Tam. The six-month-old photography club, which comprises deaf, mute or mentally retarded children, is now having its first in Hanoi. More than 50 color are on display at the exhibition room featuring the beauty of daily life seen through the eyes of these children. The subjects are simple and : old men reading books on the sides of Hoan Kiem Lake, The children’s passion for taking pictures has stimulated them escape 15 16. TECHNOLOGY AND YOU UNIT 5: • New words: 1. Technology /tek’n4l6d21/ ( n ) 2. Central processing unit /’sentr6l pr6’ses17 ‘ju:n1t/ ( CPU ) 3. CD ROMs ( Compact Disc Read-Only-Memory ) 4. Visual display unit /’v12u6l d1s’ple1 ‘ju:n1t/ ( VDU ) = computer screen 5. Mouse /ma$s/ ( n ) 6. Floppy disk /’fl4p1 d1sk/ (n ) 7. Printer /’pr1nt6/ ( n ) 8. Speaker (n) = loudspeaker(n) 9. miracle /’m1r6kl/ (n)  Miraculous /m1’rkj6l6s/ ( adj ) 10. Device /d1’va1s/ (n) 11. Appropriate /6’pr4p16t/ (adj) [for / to sth] 12. Hardware /’ha:dwe6/ (n) 13. Software /’s4ftwe6/ (n) 14. Be capable of ( exp ) Ex: He is capable of running a mile in 4 minutes 15. Calculate /’klkjule1t/ (v)  calculation /,klkju’le1~n/ (n) 16. Speed (v) – sped – sped ( up ) Speed (n) 17. Accuracy /’kju:r6s1/ (n)  accurate /’kju:r6t/ (adj) ≠ inaccurate 18. Perfect (adj) ≠ imperfect 19. store /st0:/ (v)  Storage /’st0:r1d2/ (n) 20. Electronic /1,lek’tr4n1k/ ( adj ) 21. Places of scenic beauty = places of interest 22. Manage /’mn1d2/ (v) 23. To allow someone to do sth EX: My parents don’t allow me to go out in the evening. 24. Memo /’mem6$/ (n) = memorandum  memos (n) = memoranda 25. A request for leave (exp) 26. Communicator /k6’mju:n1ke1t6/ (n) 27. Interact /,1nt6rkt/ (v) 28. entertain /,ent6’te1n/ (v)  Entertainment /,ent6’te1nm6nt/ (n) 29. Transmit /’trnsm1t/ (v) 30. Process /’pr6$ses/ ( v ) 31. Make use of (exp) 32. Camcorder /’kmk0:d6/ (n) 33. Excuse /1k’skju:z/ (n)  to make an excuse (exp) 34. Insert /1n’s3:t/ (v ) 35. Slot /sl4t/ (n) 36. Adjust /6’d2^st/ (v) 16
17. I. Pronunciation: • Choose the word with the different pronunciation of the underlined part. 1. a. sure b. son c. send d. 2. a. laid secretary b. said c. paid d. daily 3. a. begin b. device c. scenic d. request 4. a. produce b. computer c. calculate d. multiply 5. a. which b. lunch c. machine d. teacher 6. a. allow b. game c. accuracy d. importance 7. a. type b. physical c. beauty d. mysterious 8. a. home b. slot c. modern d. foreign 9. a. listen b. story c. sentence d. part0. a. foot 1 icipant b. look c. book d. tooth Reading Comprehension: II. Read the following text and choose the correct answers Personal computers, or PC, are an important part of our daily lives. Many people can’t imagine life without them. One of the most important people in making machines is Bill Gates was born in 1955 in Washington . He grew up in a rich family. His parents sent him to a private school. There he met his business partner, Paul Allen. When they were in the 8th grade, they were writing programs for business computers and making In 1973, Gates was accepted at Harvard University. His parents were very happy. They thought he would get over his obsession with computers and become a lawyer like his father. Two years later, Gates dropped out of Harvard to work on a computer program with his friends Allen. They worked 18 hours a day in a dormitory room at Harvard. They were writing the program that would run one of the 1st personal computers. In Allen became ill with cancer and left Microsoft in 1983. He recovered a few years later and started his own company. By 1990, at the age of thirty-four, Gates was the youngest billionaire in the history of the USA. He was “the king of software” . He achieved his success with a lot of hard work. For more than ten years, he works sixteen-hour days, seven days a week. He had a dream and the will to succeed. By 2005, he was the richest man in the world. 1. Bill Gates’ parents wanted him to become …………….. a. a teacher b. a lawyer c. a doctor d. a pilot 2. Bill Gates left Harvard University to work on a computer program……… a. in 1973 b. in 1990 c. in 1983 d. in 1975 3. Bill and his friend, Paul Allen, started making money by writing programs for business computers when………………….. a. they were at university b. they left university d. they were in the 8th grade c. they began to study at university 4. All Bill Gates’ success was due to ……………… a. his hard work b. good luck c. his parents’ support d. his friend’s help 5. The reason why Paul Allen left Microsoft was that…………. a. he disagreed with Bill Gates b. he wanted to start his own company c. he suffered from cancer d. he quarreled with Bill Gates 6. Before Bill Gates became “ the king of Microsoft “, his family was very poor. a. true b. false 7. Bill became a billionaire when he was 30. a. true b. false 8. Bill Gates worked more than 8 hours a day. a. true b. false 9. The dream and will of Bill Gates made him great success. a. true b. false 10. Bill Gates was the wealthiest man in the world by the year 2005. a. true b. False III. Multiple Choice: 17
18. 1. The boy can do the calculation quickly without using any…………………. a. washing machine b. calculating machine c. vacuum cleaner d. sewing machine 2. She is a very famous film star. She ………..a lot of letters from her fans everyday. a. sends b. delivers c. receives d. stores 3. A computer isn’t capable of doing anything without ……………hardware and software. a. good b. perfect c. miraculous d. appropriate 4. I hope you are sure ………….your facts. a. at b. of c. in d. 5. Jeans are not appropriate…………a formal party. a. for b. of c. at 6. The new shopping center………………last year. a. built b. was built c. has been built d. is built 8. We……………..each other since I left my hometown. a. have seen b. haven’t seen c. saw d. didn’t 9. The man and his dog …………arrived at the village 2 days ago have disappeared a. who b. which c. that d. a and c 10. If the answer were 200, my calculation would be………………. a. accurate b. inaccurate c. accuracy d. accurately IV. Writing: • Rewrite the following sentences, using Who, Which or That 1. Have you seen my daughter? She is wearing a white dress. ……………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………….. 2. I can find the course book. I put it in my bag yesterday. ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………….. 3. Don’t come near the dog . The dog can attack you. ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………….. 4. The disabled need helping. They can’t do what the ordinary do. ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………….. 5. His son chose to learn English . English is spoken widely in the world. ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………….. 6. These exercises are too difficult. I can’t do these exercises. ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………….. 7. The man has been arrested. Last week he broke in my house and stole my grand’s valuable vase. ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………….. 8. The picture is very beautiful. My close friend drew and sent it to me. ……………………………………………………………………………………………….. • Turn into passive: 1. I have done these exercises. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………….. 2. She has just bought a new house. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………….. 3. John hasn’t written letters for a long time. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………….. 18
19. 4. The police caught the robbers when they left the bank. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………….. 5. Where have you put my book? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………….. 6. Nobody told me what to do. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………….. 7. Peter eats bread and eggs for breakfast every morning. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………….. 8. Mrs. Ba is looking for the boss’s number. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………….. IV. Sentence building: 1. The chickens / lay / a dozen of eggs. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………….. 2. Jim and Jill/ decide/ work / factory. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………….. 3. Granddad/ give up/ smoking. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………….. 4. George/ pass/ final examination. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………….. 5. The street/ widen. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………….. 19
20. Unit 6: AN EXCURSION • NEW WORDS: 1. Excursion [1k’sk3:~n] (n) Ex: Our tour includes a day excursion to Dam Sen Park. 2. Photo [‘f6$t6$] (n) = photograph [‘f6$t6gra:f] (n) 3. To inform [1n’f0:m] (v) (sb of sth) Ex: I’ll inform you of the result.  information [1nf6’me1~n] (n) 4. Below [b1’l6$] (prep) Ex: Please do not write below this line. 5. To build (v) – built – built 6. Shape [~e1p] (n) 7. Lotus [‘l6$t6s] (n) Ex: In the shape of a lotus. 8. Picture (n)  Picturesque [,p1kt~6’resk] (a) Ex: There is a picturesque fishing village in the bay.  Picturesquely (adv) 9. Site /sa1t/ (n) 10. To wonder [‘w^nd6] (v)  Wonder (n) Ex: Seven wonders of the world  Wonderful (a) 11. Mountain [‘ma$t6n] (n) 12. Resort [r1’z0:t] (n) 13. Altitude [‘lt1tju:d] (n) = height (n) Ex: We are flying at an altitude of 20,000 feet. 14. Lake [le1k] (n) 15. Pine [pa1n] (n) 16. Forest [’f4r1st] (n) 17. Waterfall (n) 18. A piece of news (n) A piece of cake (n) 19. Term [t3:m] (n) Ex: The first term/ The second term 20. To come to an end 21. To have some days off 22. On this occasion 23. Cave [ke1v] (n) 24. Rock (n) Rock formation 25. Inside (prep) 26. To suppose [s6’p6$s] (v) Ex: I suppose he will go to Australia for his study. 27. To interest [‘1ntr6st] (v) Ex: The topic interests me greatly. Interest (n)  interested (a)  to be interested in Ex: I am interested in reading books.  interesting (a) Ex: This film is interesting. 28. To travel [’trv6l] (v)  travel (n)  traveller (n) 29. Pagoda [p6’g6$d6] (n) 30. To go on an excursion 20

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