Choose the best option: If you’re not sure what something means, ____ in your dictionary or use your electronic dictionary for help.
A. check up B. look up C. translate D. interpret
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Rewrite the following sentences using the suggestions
1. Lan said to him: “Remember to close all the window and turn off the lights before going out”.
Lan reminded ________________________________
2. Thanh spends 3 hours a day doing the homework.
It takes _____________________________________
3. Linh told him: “Don’t forget to repair my bicycle”.
Linh told him _________________________________
4. They’re going to repair the machine tomorrow.
5. They will publish her new book next month
Her new book _________________________________
Fill a correct preposition: He has wanted a laptop or a smartphone ____ a long time because they are both very useful.
Fill a correct preposition: It’s fun _________ study with educational apps on smartphones.
Underline the stressed syllable in each word: invention
Underline the stressed syllable in each word: computer
Underline the stressed syllable in each word: holiday
Underline the stressed syllable in each word: century
Give the correct form of the following verbs: The Internet allows us ________ (communicate) over long distances.
Give the correct form of the following verbs: We use driverless cars _______ (travel) around without a person in control.
Which one is correct: You need to charge your mobile phone. The battery is very ___________. (low/ high)
Rewrite the sentence: Telephones are useful in communicating over long distances. (used)
Rewrite the sentence: Smartphones are used for learning languages. Smartphones help …………….
Find the mistake: (A) The youthful scientist declares (B) that he has concluded (C) the experiment (D) successful.
Find the mistake: It’s said that a team (A) has been setted up (B) to look into the matter (C) since (D) last week.
Find the mistake: Men (A) have traveled (B) for they first (C) appeared (D) on the earth, haven’t they?
Find the mistake: Mr. Tam, (A) who has (B) a lot teaching skill (C) at junior level, will be joining our school (D) in August.
Find the mistake: Her well-known film, (A) that (B) won several awards, was (C) about the life (D) of Lenin.
Find the mistake: We (A) met the women (B) with vehicles (C) that went to (D) market.
Find the mistake: Ms. Hanh is (A) the best (B) beautiful lady (C) that (D) I’ve ever met.
Find the mistake: Our teacher is (A) one of (B) the kindest and (C) most intelligent, (D) doesn’t mention handsome, men we know.
Find the mistake: Her old grandmother is not (A) enough strong (B) to go (C) walking (D) up hills.
Find the mistake: What their country (A) desires is a (B) long-term policy for investment in (C) science and (D) technological.
Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it:
Technology, general term for the processes by (1) _______ human beings fashion tools and machines to increase (2) _______ control and understanding of the material (3) _______. The term is derived from the Greek words tekhnē, which refers to an art or craft, and logia, (4) _______ an area of study; thus, technology means, literally, the study, or science, of crafting.
Many historians of science argue not only that technology is an essential condition of advanced, industrial civilization (5) _______ also that the rate of technological change has developed its (6) _______ momentum in recent centuries. Innovations now (7) _______ to appear at a rate that increases geometrically, (8) _______ respect to geographical limits or political systems. These innovations tend to transform traditional cultural (9) _______, frequently with unexpected social consequences. Thus technology can be conceived as both a creative and a destructive (10) _______.
1/ A. that B. which C. whom D. what 2/ A. the B. its C. their D. his 3/ A. air B. atmosphere C. surroundings D. environment 4/ A. meaning B. saying C. telling D. reading 5/ A. and B. but C. or D. so 6/ A. private B. possessive C. own D. having 7/ A. like B. want C. love D. seem 8/ A. for B. by C. with D. without 9/ A. systems B. networks C. world D. matters 10/ A. work B. task C. process D. assignment
Read the passage below and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) to each question: All creatures need to eat something in order to survive. Fortunately, different species of animals have different things that they eat as food.
All creatures need to eat something in order to survive. Fortunately, different species of animals have different things that they eat as food. No matter what a creature eats, the food must have enough calories in it to maintain life. Calories, or the energy stored in the food, provide the fuel which animals, including humans, need in other words enough calories, will starve and die.
The term calorie has a scientific meaning. Calorie is a measure of an amount of energy just like pound is a measure of weight. A calorie is officially defined as the amount of energy it takes to raise the temperature of a gram of water by 1 degree Celsius, which is 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The terrm “ calorie” and “ Calorie” with a capital C have two different meaning to scientists. The term Calorie (with a capital C) means one kilocalorie, the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree Celsius. A kilogram is the same as 1,000 grams and a kilocalorie is 1,000 calories. Food calories are always measured as Calories but average people don’t care much about the difference and just use the word calories.
Food is composed of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Nutritionists know that a gram of protein contains 4 Calories, a gram of fat has 9 Calories, and a gram of carbohydrate has 4 Calories. All food contain calories. When we eat something it provides energy for our bodies to use when we are active. We even need energy or calories while we are sleeping because, for example, our bodies are still breathing, our heart is pumping, and we continue to digest the food in our stomachs. If a person eats more foodand more calories than is used up by activity, the body stores the excess calories in case it might need it later when food might not be available. So a person gains weight due to the extra food and calories. Similarity, if a person consumes fewer calories than are used every day over several weeks and ismore active, that person will lose weight.
1. Calorie is a measure of ………………..
A. weight B. distance C. energy D. volume
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2. Animals that do not consume enough calories over a long time ……………….
A. can lose weight B. can starve
C. can maintain life D. can fight against starvation
3. Human use calories when ……………………
A. running B. studying C. sleeping D. all of the above
4. People gain weight from …………………..
A. eating more food and calories than they use up
B. eating fewer food and calories than they use up
C. eating a lot of fat food
D. eating a lot of food and calories when they are active
5. You read an article in a magazine about food and nutrition that uses the term “ calories ”. What kind of calories is this article talking about?
A. the amount of energy
D. protein, fats and carbobydrates
6. All the following statements are true EXCEPT …………….
A. Eating foods that contains lots of fat cause a person to gain weight faster than eating protein
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B. People normally pay less attention to the difference between “calorie” and “Calorie”
C. People who are more active, like playing sports or exercising, eat fewer calories
D. People still consume energy while they are sleeping
Rewrite the sentence: Someone broke into my house last Saturday. My house ……………