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Trêng THPT lª Xoay m«n: TiÕng Anh – líp: 10


Thêi gian lµm bµi: 90 phót
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M· ®Ò: 324
Phonetic: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.
1. A. dentist B. animal C. vital D. hospital
2. A. dream B. cream C. meat D. sweat
3. A. monkey B. survey C. honey D. money
4. A. feature B. reason C. pleasant D. creature
5. A. earphone B. bear C. dear D. hear
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to
each of the following questions.
6. ______ is Greg like ?- He’s tall and thin with brown hair
A. What B. How C. Which D. Who
7. _________ is the beach ? – Only five minutes’ walk.
A. How long B. where C. How often D. How far
8. I’d like to borrow this book. _________ it yet ?
A. Did you read B. Had you read C. Have you read D. Do you read
9. Karen didn’t want to come to the cinema with us because she _______ the film.
A. Has already seen B. already had seen C. had already seen D. saw
10. A: Would you like me to collect you?
B: ___________________________________
A. I’d love to. B. Not at all C. Yes, I like D. No, I wouldn’t
11. ______ all our efforts we failed.
A. Despite of B. In spite of C. Although D. However
12. Hue is famous for its __________ spots.
A. beautiful B. beautify C. beautifully D. beauty
13. On the __________ of the teacher’s day, we wish you all the best.
A. situation B. occasion C. opportunity D. chance
14. I wouldn’t waste time _______ that book if I were you.
A. A. reading B. to reading C. read D. to be read
15. What a ________girl! Nothing can stop her from realizing her decision.
A. powerful B. mature C. good D. strong-willed
16. He was ___ the “Golden Kite” for being the best director.
A. awarded B. enjoyed C. given D. sent
17. Marie Curie was the first woman in France ______ a university professor.
A. was B. to be C. used to be D. is
18. Their parents seemed satisfied _____ their progress.
A. to B. in C. at D. with
19. He passed the exams with flying colour.
A. difficulty B. badly C. successfully D. easily
20. Interpreters should be highly _______ as well as fluent.
A. educated B. educating C. education D. educational
21. What makes computer a miraculous device?
A. strange B. powerful C. magical D. excellent
22. Would you like a coffee?
A. Not at all B. Yes, let’s C. Yes, I would D. Yes, I’d love one
23. Hurry! The next bus ________ at 7: 15
A. leave B. leaves C. is leaving D. will leave
24. Will you _______ after the party?
A. call me off B. get me on C. take me up D. picked me up
25. The meeting had been canceled ____ the chairman’s absence
A. because of B. because C. in spite of D. Although
26. You don’t have to submit a written report. You can present it _______
A. quietly B. aurally C. visually D. orally
27. A: Do you mind if I borrow a chair?
B: _________________ Do you need only one?
A. I’m sorry B. Not at all C. Yes, I do D. Yes, I would
28. Nowadays, television has become _______ with people of all ages.
A. popularize B. popularly C. popular D. popularity
29. We’ve already met the man ________often appears on TV every night.
A. who B. whom C. whose D. which
30. The film ______ by the time we _____ to the cinema.
A. already begun/got C. had already begun- got
B. have already begun/ go D. already began- had got
31. A: I’m leaving for lunch. __________________________
B: Thanks, but I can’t right now. I’m really busy.
A. Do you come? C. Could you come?
B. Do you feel like coming? D. Would you like to come?
32. She is the woman _______ sister babysits for us
A. whose B. which C. that’s who
33. A computer helps you to interact _______ people around the world.
A. to B. with C. from D. on
34. A: Let’s play some music
B: _____________________________________
A. Yes, please B. Thank you C. Certainly D. Good idea
35. It’s time we ______ this old car and bought a new one.
A. will sell B. have sold C. had sold D. sold
36. Radio presents information and entertainment ________ and we receive them through our ears
A. orally B. visually C. aurally D. vitally
37. We are in regular _________ with each other by telephone or letter.
A. communicate B. communicative C. communication D. cummunicatively
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct word(s) for each of the blanks from 38 to 47.
Alexander Graham Bell, a Scotsman who came to the United States in 1871, (38)_______ the telephone.
Boston was a teacher of the deaf in Boston. At night, he experimented with a harmonic telegraph, a device
for (39)_______ several telegraph messages at once over one wire. Bell developed the idea of the telephone
(40) ______ 1874 but continued experiments with the harmonic telegraph. On June 2, 1875, (41)_______
of the reeds of the harmonic telegraph stuck. Bell’s assistant, Thomas A. Watson, plucked the reed to loosen
it. Bell, (42)______ was in another room, heard the sound in his receiver. He realized that the vibrations of
the reed (43)________ caused vibrations of electric current. In turn, the electric current had produced the
same vibrations in the receiver he (44)__________ using.
On March 10, 1876, Bell finally succeeded in speaking words over a telephone. He (45) _____
about to test a new transmitter. In another room, Watson waited for the test message. Suddenly, Bell spilled
some acid from a battery on (46)______ clothes. He cried out, “Mr. Watson come here. I want you!”
Watson (47)_____ every word clearly and rushed into the room. In June 1876, Bell exhibited his telephone
at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.
38. A. invented B. discovered C. inventing D. discovering
39. A. making B. make C. sending D. send
40. A. on B. for C. until D. in
41. A. those B. one C. that D. each
42. A. who B. when C. he D. then
43. A. was B. had C. is D. has
44. A. has been B. is C. were D. was
45. A. was B. wanted C. decided D. had been
46. A. some B. his C. those D. these
47. A. listened B. had C. read D. heard
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
48. When I came to Nam’s party, Tan wasn’t there. He has already gone home.
A B C D
49. Remember posting the letter for me when you walk past the post office on your way home.
A B C D
50. I’m going to the airport to meet my old friend, that comes to stay with me for a week.
A B C D
51. They aren’t used to drive on the left
A B C D
52. The class was cancelled because of there weren’t enough students
A B C D
53. Computers are often used to control, adjustment, and correct complex industrial operation
A B C D
54. We went to Stan’s holiday party last year, hadn’t we ?
A B C D
55. He spent most of his time to paint in the studio
A B C D
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
People who travel frequently on business or for pleasure often suffer some form of health problem, yet over
half these problems can easily be prevented. The most common ailment, a headache, can be avoided by
taking along simple supply of aspirin or other pain reliever. Another common affliction is motion sickness
caused by the constant movement of a vehicle. Ginger capsules, sold in most health-food stores, have been
found effective as a remedy.
Other familiar problems include sunburn, which can be prevented by using an effective sunscreen, and
insect bites, which can be controlled with the use of a repellent spray or ointment. For everyday cuts and
scratches, a first-aid kit containing bandages and antiseptic cream is recommended.
56. What is the best title for this passage?
A. Avoiding Travel Ailments C. Common Health Problems
B. Frequent Travellers D. Travelling for Business or Pleasure
57. According to the passage, travelers are most commonly bothered by
A. sunburn B. motion sickness C. insect bites D. headaches
58. The word affliction in the passage can best be replaced by
A. result B. experience C. ailment D. supply
59. According to the passage, what can be used to remedy motion sickness?
A. Painkillers B. A moving vehicle C. Ginger capsules D. A first-aid kit.
60. Which of the following things is NOT mentioned as a solution to a health problem?
A. Sunscreen B. Cold cream C. Repellent spray D. Aspirin
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning
to each of the following sentences.
61. I like learning English best.
A. I find English easy to learn C. I spend more time learning English than other subjects.
B. English is my favourite subject. D. English is one of my best subject.
62. Getting up early in the mornings has become habitual for Mr. Lam
A. Mr. Lam always gets up early in the mornings
B. Mr. Lam enjoys getting up early in the mornings
C. Mr. Lam used to get up early in the mornings
D. Mr. Lam always remembered to get up early in the mornings
63. In spite of her difficult living conditions, she worked extremely hard.
A. She worked very hard in difficult conditions.
B. She worked very hard but she still lived in difficult conditions.
C. She worked very hard even though her living conditions were difficult.
D. She worked very hard because her living conditions were difficult.
64. Mary is the most beautiful girl. I have ever met her
A. Mary is the most beautiful girl I’ve ever met. C. Mary is the most beautiful girl which I’ve ever met.
B. Mary is the most beautiful girl that I’ve ever met. D. A and B are correct
65. That Mary is lazy makes her parents sad
A. That Mary makes her parents sad C. Mary who is lazy makes her parents sad
B. Mary is lazy, which makes her parents sad D. Mary is lazy which makes her parents sad
Use the given words and phrases to make meaningful sentence by choosing the best answer A, B, C or
D
66. . I/ used/ get up/ early
A. I am used to get up early B. I was used to get up early
C. I am used to getting up early D. I used to getting up early
67. Old/ he/ grew/forgetful/ he/ became
A. The older he grew, more forgetful he became. D. The older he grew, the more forgetful he became
B. The older he grew, the more forgetfully he became. C. The old he grew, the more forgetful he became.
68. David/ recover/ quickly/ his serious illness
A. Jack was recovered very quickly from his serious illness.
B. Jack will recover quite quickly after his serious illness.
C. Jack recovered more quickly over his serious illness.
D. Jack has recovered quite quickly from his serious illness.
69. It/ important/ have/ health/ teeth.
A. It is very important to have healthy teeth. B. It is very important to have health teeth.
C. It is very important having healthy teeth. D. It is very important to having healthy teeth.
70. No one/ see/Linda since/day/ party
A. No one have seen Linda since the day of party B. No one has seen Linda since day of party
C. No one has seen Linda since the day of the party D. No one have seen Linda since the day of the party
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
Soccer has always played a major role in my life. When I was a kid I used to play for the school team and
never missed a single game at the local soccer club. I was crazy about soccer, like all my friends, and my
father, who was also a great fan, wanted me to become a professional player.
Unfortunately, things didn’t work out as we expected. Oh, I turned professional all right. It’s just that I
hadn’t been playing professionally for more than eighteen months when my family and I were involved in a
car accident. Nobody was seriously hurt but the doctors told me I wouldn’t be able to play soccer again. My
injured left foot was going to be OK, but it would be too weak for this kind of sport.
When I recovered I realized that soccer was too important for me to give it up altogether. So I decided
to become a coach. I attended a ten-month course and soon afterward I was asked to train the local team. I
enjoyed those years very much because I felt I was part of a team again. Later I moved on as a coach in
league soccer teams and, well, as you know, I’ve been training the national team for two years now. I love
my job because I love soccer and it also gives me the excitement of making decisions and planning the
whole game. I’m definitely not looking forward to my retirement.
71. The word “ play a major role” in line 1 in the passage mostly means ____________
A. very important B. very interesting C. very useful D. very ordinary
72. When John was a child, ___________________
A. he played for the local soccer team C. he watched all school games
B. he was a member of the school team. D. he watched all the games with his father
73. His father ________________________________
A. was a soccer coach C. wanted his son to play soccer in the school team
B. loved soccer D. took John to soccer games
74. John wanted to be a professional player because _______________
A. it was his father’s dream C. he was a player in the school team
B. he used to watch games as a child D. he loved playing soccer
75. He played professionally for only a short time because ___________
A. his parents had an accident C. his foot was hurt in an accident
B. he couldn’t walk after an accident D. he had to finish school
76. John became a coach after _______________
A. he had completed the ten-month course C. he had left school
B. he used to watch matches as a child D. he had returned home from the hospital
77. He very much enjoyed the time when ________________________________
A. he was getting better after the accident C. he was training the local team
B. he decided to become a coach D. he became successful
78. He liked being a coach because ________________________
A. he can’t be a player B. it gives him a chance to train the national team
C. It was always his ambition D. It is exciting and he can plan how his team will play its game
79. Which statement is true?
A. He became a coach after the accident
B. He became successful when he started training the national team
C. He trained the local team for ten months
D. He trained to be a coach for eighteen months
80. Which statement is not true ?
A. His first job as a soccer coach was with the local team.
B. He likes his job because he is involved in soccer
C. He is planning to retire now
D. Becoming the coach for the national team was the high point in his career.
Së GD§T VÜnh phóc §Ò thi kh¶o s¸t chÊt lîng lÇn I
Trêng THPT lª Xoay m«n: TiÕng Anh – líp: 10
Thêi gian lµm bµi: 90 phót
(Kh«ng kÓ thêi gian giao ®Ò)
M· ®Ò: 432

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to
each of the following questions.
1. ______ is Greg like ?- He’s tall and thin with brown hair
A. What B. How C. Which D. Who
2. _________ is the beach ? – Only five minutes’ walk.
A. How long B. where C. How often D. How far
3. I’d like to borrow this book. _________ it yet ?
A. Did you read B. Had you read C. Have you read D. Do you read
4. Karen didn’t want to come to the cinema with us because she _______ the film.
A. Has already seen B. already had seen C. had already seen D. saw
5. A: Would you like me to collect you?
B: ___________________________________
A. I’d love to. B. Not at all C. Yes, I like D. No, I wouldn’t
6. ______ all our efforts we failed.
A. Despite of B. In spite of C. Although D. However
7. Hue is famous for its __________ spots.
A. beautiful B. beautify C. beautifully D. beauty
8. On the __________ of the teacher’s day, we wish you all the best.
A. situation B. occasion C. opportunity D. chance
9. I wouldn’t waste time _______ that book if I were you.
A. reading B. to reading C. read D. to be read
10. What a ________girl! Nothing can stop her from realizing her decision.
A. powerful B. mature C. good D. strong-willed
11. He was ___ the “Golden Kite” for being the best director.
A. awarded B. enjoyed C. given D. sent
12. Marie Curie was the first woman in France ______ a university professor.
A. was B. to be C. used to be D. is
13. Their parents seemed satisfied _____ their progress.
A. to B. in C. at D. with
14. He passed the exams with flying colour.
A. difficulty B. badly C. successfully D. easily
15. Interpreters should be highly _______ as well as fluent.
A. educated B. educating C. education D. educational
16. What makes computer a miraculous device?
A. strange B. powerful C. magical D. excellent
17. Would you like a coffee?
A. Not at all B. Yes, let’s C. Yes, I would D. Yes, I’d love one
18. Hurry! The next bus ________ at 7: 15
A. leave B. leaves C. is leaving D. will leave
19. Will you _______ after the party?
A. call me off B. get me on C. take me up D. picked me up
20. The meeting had been canceled ____ the chairman’s absence
A. because of B. because C. in spite of D. Although
21. You don’t have to submit a written report. You can present it _______
A. quietly B. aurally C. visually D. orally
22. A: Do you mind if I borrow a chair?
B: _________________ Do you need only one?
A. I’m sorry B. Not at all C. Yes, I do D. Yes, I would
23. Nowadays, television has become _______ with people of all ages.
A. popularize B. popularly C. popular D. popularity
24. We’ve already met the man ________often appears on TV every night.
A. who B. whom C. whose D. which
25. The film ______ by the time we _____ to the cinema.
A. already begun/got C. had already begun- got
B. have already begun/ go D. already began- had got
26. A: I’m leaving for lunch. __________________________
B: Thanks, but I can’t right now. I’m really busy.
A. Do you come? C. Could you come?
B. Do you feel like coming? D. Would you like to come?
27. She is the woman _______ sister babysits for us
A. whose B. which C. that’s who
28. A computer helps you to interact _______ people around the world.
A. to B. with C. from D. on
29. A: Let’s play some music
B: _____________________________________
A. Yes, please B. Thank you C. Certainly D. Good idea
30. It’s time we ______ this old car and bought a new one.
A. will sell B. have sold C. had sold D. sold
31. Radio presents information and entertainment ________ and we receive them through our ears
A. orally B. visually C. aurally D. vitally
32. We are in regular _________ with each other by telephone or letter.
A. communicate B. communicative C. communication D. cummunicatively
Phonetic: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.
33. A. dentist B. animal C. vital D. hospital
34. A. dream B. cream C. meat D. sweat
35. A. monkey B. survey C. honey D. money
36. A. feature B. reason C. pleasant D. creature
37. A. earphone B. bear C. dear D. hear
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct word(s) for each of the blanks.
Alexander Graham Bell, a Scotsman who came to the United States in 1871, (38)_______ the telephone.
Boston was a teacher of the deaf in Boston. At night, he experimented with a harmonic telegraph, a device
for (39)_______ several telegraph messages at once over one wire. Bell developed the idea of the telephone
(40) ______ 1874 but continued experiments with the harmonic telegraph. On June 2, 1875, (41)_______
of the reeds of the harmonic telegraph stuck. Bell’s assistant, Thomas A. Watson, plucked the reed to loosen
it. Bell, (42)______ was in another room, heard the sound in his receiver. He realized that the vibrations of
the reed (43)________ caused vibrations of electric current. In turn, the electric current had produced the
same vibrations in the receiver he (44)__________ using.
On March 10, 1876, Bell finally succeeded in speaking words over a telephone. He (45) _____
about to test a new transmitter. In another room, Watson waited for the test message. Suddenly, Bell spilled
some acid from a battery on (46)______ clothes. He cried out, “Mr. Watson come here. I want you!”
Watson (47)_____ every word clearly and rushed into the room. In June 1876, Bell exhibited his telephone
at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.
38. A. invented B. discovered C. inventing D. discovering
39. A. making B. make C. sending D. send
40. A. on B. for C. until D. in
41. A. those B. one C. that D. each
42. A. who B. when C. he D. then
43. A. was B. had C. is D. has
44. A. has been B. is C. were D. was
45. A. was B. wanted C. decided D. had been
46. A. some B. his C. those D. these
47. A. listened B. had C. read D. heard
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
48. When I came to Nam’s party, Tan wasn’t there. He has already gone home.
A B C D
49. Remember posting the letter for me when you walk past the post office on your way home.
A B C D
50. I’m going to the airport to meet my old friend, that comes to stay with me for a week.
A B C D
51. They aren’t used to drive on the left
A B C D
52. The class was cancelled because of there weren’t enough students
A B C D
53. Computers are often used to control, adjustment, and correct complex industrial operation
A B C D
54. We went to Stan’s holiday party last year, hadn’t we ?
A B C D
55. He spent most of his time to paint in the studio
A B C D
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
People who travel frequently on business or for pleasure often suffer some form of health problem, yet over
half these problems can easily be prevented. The most common ailment, a headache, can be avoided by
taking along simple supply of aspirin or other pain reliever. Another common affliction is motion sickness
caused by the constant movement of a vehicle. Ginger capsules, sold in most health-food stores, have been
found effective as a remedy.
Other familiar problems include sunburn, which can be prevented by using an effective sunscreen, and
insect bites, which can be controlled with the use of a repellent spray or ointment. For everyday cuts and
scratches, a first-aid kit containing bandages and antiseptic cream is recommended.
56. What is the best title for this passage?
A. Avoiding Travel Ailments C. Common Health Problems
B. Frequent Travellers D. Travelling for Business or Pleasure
57. According to the passage, travelers are most commonly bothered by
A. sunburn B. motion sickness C. insect bites D. headaches
58. The word affliction in the passage can best be replaced by
A. result B. experience C. ailment D. supply
59. According to the passage, what can be used to remedy motion sickness?
A. Painkillers B. A moving vehicle C. Ginger capsules D. A first-aid kit.
60. Which of the following things is NOT mentioned as a solution to a health problem?
A. Sunscreen B. Cold cream C. Repellent spray D. Aspirin
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning
to each of the following sentences.
61. I like learning English best.
A. I find English easy to learn C. I spend more time learning English than other subjects.
B. English is my favourite subject. D. English is one of my best subject.
62. Getting up early in the mornings has become habitual for Mr. Lam
A. Mr. Lam always gets up early in the mornings
B. Mr. Lam enjoys getting up early in the mornings
C. Mr. Lam used to get up early in the mornings
D. Mr. Lam always remembered to get up early in the mornings
63. In spite of her difficult living conditions, she worked extremely hard.
A. She worked very hard in difficult conditions.
B. She worked very hard but she still lived in difficult conditions.
C. She worked very hard even though her living conditions were difficult.
D. She worked very hard because her living conditions were difficult.
64. Mary is the most beautiful girl. I have ever met her
A. Mary is the most beautiful girl I’ve ever met. C. Mary is the most beautiful girl which I’ve ever met.
B. Mary is the most beautiful girl that I’ve ever met. D. A and B are correct
65. That Mary is lazy makes her parents sad
A. That Mary makes her parents sad C. Mary who is lazy makes her parents sad
B. Mary is lazy, which makes her parents sad D. Mary is lazy which makes her parents sad
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
Soccer has always played a major role in my life. When I was a kid I used to play for the school team and
never missed a single game at the local soccer club. I was crazy about soccer, like all my friends, and my
father, who was also a great fan, wanted me to become a professional player.
Unfortunately, things didn’t work out as we expected. Oh, I turned professional all right. It’s just that I
hadn’t been playing professionally for more than eighteen months when my family and I were involved in a
car accident. Nobody was seriously hurt but the doctors told me I wouldn’t be able to play soccer again. My
injured left foot was going to be OK, but it would be too weak for this kind of sport.
When I recovered I realized that soccer was too important for me to give it up altogether. So I decided
to become a coach. I attended a ten-month course and soon afterward I was asked to train the local team. I
enjoyed those years very much because I felt I was part of a team again. Later I moved on as a coach in
league soccer teams and, well, as you know, I’ve been training the national team for two years now. I love
my job because I love soccer and it also gives me the excitement of making decisions and planning the
whole game. I’m definitely not looking forward to my retirement.
66. The word “ play a major role” in line 1 in the passage mostly means ____________
A. very important B. very interesting C. very useful D. very ordinary
67. When John was a child, ___________________
A. he played for the local soccer team C. he watched all school games
B. he was a member of the school team. D. he watched all the games with his father
68. His father ________________________________
A. was a soccer coach C. wanted his son to play soccer in the school team
B. loved soccer D. took John to soccer games
69. John wanted to be a professional player because _______________
A. it was his father’s dream C. he was a player in the school team
B. he used to watch games as a child D. he loved playing soccer
70. He played professionally for only a short time because ___________
A. his parents had an accident C. his foot was hurt in an accident
B. he couldn’t walk after an accident D. he had to finish school
71. John became a coach after _______________
A. he had completed the ten-month course C. he had left school
B. he used to watch matches as a child D. he had returned home from the hospital
72. He very much enjoyed the time when ________________________________
A. he was getting better after the accident C. he was training the local team
B. he decided to become a coach D. he became successful
73. He liked being a coach because ________________________
A. he can’t be a player B. it gives him a chance to train the national team
C. It was always his ambition D. It is exciting and he can plan how his team will play its game
74. Which statement is true?
A. He became a coach after the accident
B. He became successful when he started training the national team
C. He trained the local team for ten months
D. He trained to be a coach for eighteen months
75. Which statement is not true ?
A. His first job as a soccer coach was with the local team.
B. He likes his job because he is involved in soccer
C. He is planning to retire now
D. Becoming the coach for the national team was the high point in his career.
Use the given words and phrases to make meaningful sentence by choosing the best answer A, B, C or
D
76. . I/ used/ get up/ early
A. I am used to get up early B. I was used to get up early
C. I am used to getting up early D. I used to getting up early
77. Old/ he/ grew/forgetful/ he/ became
A. The older he grew, more forgetful he became. C. The old he grew, the more forgetful he became.
B. The older he grew, the more forgetfully he became.D. The older he grew, the more forgetful he became
78. David/ recover/ quickly/ his serious illness
A. Jack was recovered very quickly from his serious illness.
B. Jack will recover quite quickly after his serious illness.
C. Jack recovered more quickly over his serious illness.
D. Jack has recovered quite quickly from his serious illness.
79. It/ important/ have/ health/ teeth.
A. It is very important to have healthy teeth. B. It is very important to have health teeth.
C. It is very important having healthy teeth. D. It is very important to having healthy teeth.
80. No one/ see/Linda since/day/ party
A. No one have seen Linda since the day of party C. No one has seen Linda since the day of the party
B. No one has seen Linda since day of party D. No one have seen Linda since the day of the party
Së GD§T VÜnh phóc §Ò thi kh¶o s¸t chÊt lîng lÇn I
Trêng THPT lª Xoay m«n: TiÕng Anh – líp: 10
Thêi gian lµm bµi: 90 phót
(Kh«ng kÓ thêi gian giao ®Ò)

M· ®Ò: 468

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct word(s) for each of the blanks from 1 to 10.
Alexander Graham Bell, a Scotsman who came to the United States in 1871, (1)_______ the telephone.
Boston was a teacher of the deaf in Boston. At night, he experimented with a harmonic telegraph, a device
for (1)_______ several telegraph messages at once over one wire. Bell developed the idea of the telephone
(3) ______ 1874 but continued experiments with the harmonic telegraph. On June 2, 1875, (4)_______ of
the reeds of the harmonic telegraph stuck. Bell’s assistant, Thomas A. Watson, plucked the reed to loosen it.
Bell, (5)______ was in another room, heard the sound in his receiver. He realized that the vibrations of the
reed (6)________ caused vibrations of electric current. In turn, the electric current had produced the same
vibrations in the receiver he (7)__________ using.
On March 10, 1876, Bell finally succeeded in speaking words over a telephone. He (8) _____ about
to test a new transmitter. In another room, Watson waited for the test message. Suddenly, Bell spilled some
acid from a battery on (9)______ clothes. He cried out, “Mr. Watson come here. I want you!” Watson
(10)_____ every word clearly and rushed into the room. In June 1876, Bell exhibited his telephone at the
Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.
1. A. invented B. discovered C. inventing D. discovering
2. A. making B. make C. sending D. send
3. A. on B. for C. until D. in
4. A. those B. one C. that D. each
5. A. who B. when C. he D. then
6. A. was B. had C. is D. has
7. A. has been B. is C. were D. was
8. A. was B. wanted C. decided D. had been
9. A. some B. his C. those D. these
10. A. listened B. had C. read D. heard
Phonetic: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.
11. A. dentist B. animal C. vital D. hospital
12. A. dream B. cream C. meat D. sweat
13. A. monkey B. survey C. honey D. money
14. A. feature B. reason C. pleasant D. creature
15. A. earphone B. bear C. dear D. hear
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to
each of the following questions.
16. ______ is Greg like ?- He’s tall and thin with brown hair
A. What B. How C. Which D. Who
17. _________ is the beach ? – Only five minutes’ walk.
A. How long B. where C. How often D. How far
18. I’d like to borrow this book. _________ it yet ?
A. Did you read B. Had you read C. Have you read D. Do you read
19. Karen didn’t want to come to the cinema with us because she _______ the film.
A. Has already seen B. already had seen C. had already seen D. saw
20. A: Would you like me to collect you?
B: ___________________________________
A. I’d love to. B. Not at all C. Yes, I like D. No, I wouldn’t
21. ______ all our efforts we failed.
A. Despite of B. In spite of C. Although D. However
22. Hue is famous for its __________ spots.
A. beautiful B. beautify C. beautifully D. beauty
23. On the __________ of the teacher’s day, we wish you all the best.
A. situation B. occasion C. opportunity D. chance
24. I wouldn’t waste time _______ that book if I were you.
A. A. reading B. to reading C. read D. to be read
25. What a ________girl! Nothing can stop her from realizing her decision.
A. powerful B. mature C. good D. strong-willed
26. He was ___ the “Golden Kite” for being the best director.
A. awarded B. enjoyed C. given D. sent
27. Marie Curie was the first woman in France ______ a university professor.
A. was B. to be C. used to be D. is
28. Their parents seemed satisfied _____ their progress.
A. to B. in C. at D. with
29. He passed the exams with flying colour.
A. difficulty B. badly C. successfully D. easily
30. Interpreters should be highly _______ as well as fluent.
A. educated B. educating C. education D. educational
31. What makes computer a miraculous device?
A. strange B. powerful C. magical D. excellent
32. Would you like a coffee?
A. Not at all B. Yes, let’s C. Yes, I would D. Yes, I’d love one
33. Hurry! The next bus ________ at 7: 15
A. leave B. leaves C. is leaving D. will leave
34. Will you _______ after the party?
A. call me off B. get me on C. take me up D. picked me up
35. The meeting had been canceled ____ the chairman’s absence
A. because of B. because C. in spite of D. Although
36. You don’t have to submit a written report. You can present it _______
A. quietly B. aurally C. visually D. orally
37. A: Do you mind if I borrow a chair?
B: _________________ Do you need only one?
A. I’m sorry B. Not at all C. Yes, I do D. Yes, I would
38. Nowadays, television has become _______ with people of all ages.
A. popularize B. popularly C. popular D. popularity
39. We’ve already met the man ________often appears on TV every night.
A. who B. whom C. whose D. which
40. The film ______ by the time we _____ to the cinema.
A. already begun/got C. had already begun- got
B. have already begun/ go D. already began- had got
41. A: I’m leaving for lunch. __________________________
B: Thanks, but I can’t right now. I’m really busy.
A. Do you come? C. Could you come?
B. Do you feel like coming? D. Would you like to come?
42. She is the woman _______ sister babysits for us
A. whose B. which C. that’s who
43. A computer helps you to interact _______ people around the world.
A. to B. with C. from D. on
44. A: Let’s play some music
B: _____________________________________
A. Yes, please B. Thank you C. Certainly D. Good idea
45. It’s time we ______ this old car and bought a new one.
A. will sell B. have sold C. had sold D. sold
46. Radio presents information and entertainment ________ and we receive them through our ears
A. orally B. visually C. aurally D. vitally
47. We are in regular _________ with each other by telephone or letter.
A. communicate B. communicative C. communication D. cummunicatively
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
48. When I came to Nam’s party, Tan wasn’t there. He has already gone home.
A B C D
49. Remember posting the letter for me when you walk past the post office on your way home.
A B C D
50. I’m going to the airport to meet my old friend, that comes to stay with me for a week.
A B C D
51. They aren’t used to drive on the left
A B C D
52. The class was cancelled because of there weren’t enough students
A B C D
53. Computers are often used to control, adjustment, and correct complex industrial operation
A B C D
54. We went to Stan’s holiday party last year, hadn’t we ?
A B C D
55. He spent most of his time to paint in the studio
A B C D
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
People who travel frequently on business or for pleasure often suffer some form of health problem, yet over
half these problems can easily be prevented. The most common ailment, a headache, can be avoided by
taking along simple supply of aspirin or other pain reliever. Another common affliction is motion sickness
caused by the constant movement of a vehicle. Ginger capsules, sold in most health-food stores, have been
found effective as a remedy.
Other familiar problems include sunburn, which can be prevented by using an effective sunscreen, and
insect bites, which can be controlled with the use of a repellent spray or ointment. For everyday cuts and
scratches, a first-aid kit containing bandages and antiseptic cream is recommended.
56. What is the best title for this passage?
A. Avoiding Travel Ailments C. Common Health Problems
B. Frequent Travellers D. Travelling for Business or Pleasure
57. According to the passage, travelers are most commonly bothered by
A. sunburn B. motion sickness C. insect bites D. headaches
58. The word affliction in the passage can best be replaced by
A. result B. experience C. ailment D. supply
59. According to the passage, what can be used to remedy motion sickness?
A. Painkillers B. A moving vehicle C. Ginger capsules D. A first-aid kit.
60. Which of the following things is NOT mentioned as a solution to a health problem?
A. Sunscreen B. Cold cream C. Repellent spray D. Aspirin
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning
to each of the following sentences.
61. I like learning English best.
A. I find English easy to learn C. I spend more time learning English than other subjects.
B. English is my favourite subject. D. English is one of my best subject.
62. Getting up early in the mornings has become habitual for Mr. Lam
A. Mr. Lam always gets up early in the mornings
B. Mr. Lam enjoys getting up early in the mornings
C. Mr. Lam used to get up early in the mornings
D. Mr. Lam always remembered to get up early in the mornings
63. In spite of her difficult living conditions, she worked extremely hard.
A. She worked very hard in difficult conditions.
B. She worked very hard but she still lived in difficult conditions.
C. She worked very hard even though her living conditions were difficult.
D. She worked very hard because her living conditions were difficult.
64. Mary is the most beautiful girl. I have ever met her
A. Mary is the most beautiful girl I’ve ever met. C. Mary is the most beautiful girl which I’ve ever met.
B. Mary is the most beautiful girl that I’ve ever met. D. A and B are correct
65. That Mary is lazy makes her parents sad
A. That Mary makes her parents sad C. Mary who is lazy makes her parents sad
B. Mary is lazy, which makes her parents sad D. Mary is lazy which makes her parents sad
Use the given words and phrases to make meaningful sentence by choosing the best answer A, B, C or
D
66. . I/ used/ get up/ early
A. I am used to get up early B. I was used to get up early
C. I am used to getting up early D. I used to getting up early
67. Old/ he/ grew/forgetful/ he/ became
A. The older he grew, more forgetful he became.C. The old he grew, the more forgetful he became.
B. The older he grew, the more forgetfully he became.D. The older he grew, the more forgetful he became
68. David/ recover/ quickly/ his serious illness
A. Jack was recovered very quickly from his serious illness.
B. Jack will recover quite quickly after his serious illness.
C. Jack recovered more quickly over his serious illness.
D. Jack has recovered quite quickly from his serious illness.
69. It/ important/ have/ health/ teeth.
A. It is very important to have healthy teeth. B. It is very important to have health teeth.
C. It is very important having healthy teeth. D. It is very important to having healthy teeth.
70. No one/ see/Linda since/day/ party
A. No one have seen Linda since the day of party C. No one has seen Linda since the day of the party
B. No one has seen Linda since day of party D. No one have seen Linda since the day of the party
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
Soccer has always played a major role in my life. When I was a kid I used to play for the school team and
never missed a single game at the local soccer club. I was crazy about soccer, like all my friends, and my
father, who was also a great fan, wanted me to become a professional player.
Unfortunately, things didn’t work out as we expected. Oh, I turned professional all right. It’s just that I
hadn’t been playing professionally for more than eighteen months when my family and I were involved in a
car accident. Nobody was seriously hurt but the doctors told me I wouldn’t be able to play soccer again. My
injured left foot was going to be OK, but it would be too weak for this kind of sport.
When I recovered I realized that soccer was too important for me to give it up altogether. So I decided
to become a coach. I attended a ten-month course and soon afterward I was asked to train the local team. I
enjoyed those years very much because I felt I was part of a team again. Later I moved on as a coach in
league soccer teams and, well, as you know, I’ve been training the national team for two years now. I love
my job because I love soccer and it also gives me the excitement of making decisions and planning the
whole game. I’m definitely not looking forward to my retirement.
71. The word “ play a major role” in line 1 in the passage mostly means ____________
A. very important B. very interesting C. very useful D. very ordinary
72. When John was a child, ___________________
A. he played for the local soccer team C. he watched all school games
B. he was a member of the school team. D. he watched all the games with his father
73. His father ________________________________
A. was a soccer coach C. wanted his son to play soccer in the school team
B. loved soccer D. took John to soccer games
74. John wanted to be a professional player because _______________
A. it was his father’s dream C. he was a player in the school team
B. he used to watch games as a child D. he loved playing soccer
75. He played professionally for only a short time because ___________
A. his parents had an accident C. his foot was hurt in an accident
B. he couldn’t walk after an accident D. he had to finish school
76. John became a coach after _______________
A. he had completed the ten-month course C. he had left school
B. he used to watch matches as a child D. he had returned home from the hospital
77. He very much enjoyed the time when ________________________________
A. he was getting better after the accident C. he was training the local team
B. he decided to become a coach D. he became successful
78. He liked being a coach because ________________________
A. he can’t be a player B. it gives him a chance to train the national team
C. It was always his ambition D. It is exciting and he can plan how his team will play its game
79. Which statement is true?
A. He became a coach after the accident
B. He became successful when he started training the national team
C. He trained the local team for ten months
D. He trained to be a coach for eighteen months
80. Which statement is not true ?
A. His first job as a soccer coach was with the local team.
B. He likes his job because he is involved in soccer
C. He is planning to retire now
D. Becoming the coach for the national team was the high point in his career.
Së GD§T VÜnh phóc §Ò thi kh¶o s¸t chÊt lîng lÇn I
Trêng THPT lª Xoay m«n: TiÕng Anh – líp: 10
Thêi gian lµm bµi: 90 phót
(Kh«ng kÓ thêi gian giao ®Ò)
M· ®Ò: 245

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from from 1 to 5
People who travel frequently on business or for pleasure often suffer some form of health problem, yet over
half these problems can easily be prevented. The most common ailment, a headache, can be avoided by
taking along simple supply of aspirin or other pain reliever. Another common affliction is motion sickness
caused by the constant movement of a vehicle. Ginger capsules, sold in most health-food stores, have been
found effective as a remedy.
Other familiar problems include sunburn, which can be prevented by using an effective sunscreen, and
insect bites, which can be controlled with the use of a repellent spray or ointment. For everyday cuts and
scratches, a first-aid kit containing bandages and antiseptic cream is recommended.
1. What is the best title for this passage?
A. Avoiding Travel Ailments C. Common Health Problems
B. Frequent Travellers D. Travelling for Business or Pleasure
2. According to the passage, travelers are most commonly bothered by
A. sunburn B. motion sickness C. insect bites D. headaches
3. The word affliction in the passage can best be replaced by
A. result B. experience C. ailment D. supply
4. According to the passage, what can be used to remedy motion sickness?
A. Painkillers B. A moving vehicle C. Ginger capsules D. A first-aid kit.
5. Which of the following things is NOT mentioned as a solution to a health problem?
A. Sunscreen B. Cold cream C. Repellent spray D. Aspirin
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to
each of the following questions.
1. ______ is Greg like ?- He’s tall and thin with brown hair
A. What B. How C. Which D. Who
7. _________ is the beach ? – Only five minutes’ walk.
A. How long B. where C. How often D. How far
8. I’d like to borrow this book. _________ it yet ?
A. Did you read B. Had you read C. Have you read D. Do you read
9. Karen didn’t want to come to the cinema with us because she _______ the film.
A. Has already seen B. already had seen C. had already seen D. saw
10. A: Would you like me to collect you?
B: ___________________________________
A. I’d love to. B. Not at all C. Yes, I like D. No, I wouldn’t
11. ______ all our efforts we failed.
A. Despite of B. In spite of C. Although D. However
12. Hue is famous for its __________ spots.
A. beautiful B. beautify C. beautifully D. beauty
13. On the __________ of the teacher’s day, we wish you all the best.
A. situation B. occasion C. opportunity D. chance
14. I wouldn’t waste time _______ that book if I were you.
A. A. reading B. to reading C. read D. to be read
15. What a ________girl! Nothing can stop her from realizing her decision.
A. powerful B. mature C. good D. strong-willed
16. He was ___ the “Golden Kite” for being the best director.
A. awarded B. enjoyed C. given D. sent
17. Marie Curie was the first woman in France ______ a university professor.
A. was B. to be C. used to be D. is
18. Their parents seemed satisfied _____ their progress.
A. to B. in C. at D. with
19. He passed the exams with flying colour.
A. difficulty B. badly C. successfully D. easily
20. Interpreters should be highly _______ as well as fluent.
A. educated B. educating C. education D. educational
21. What makes computer a miraculous device?
A. strange B. powerful C. magical D. excellent
22. Would you like a coffee?
A. Not at all B. Yes, let’s C. Yes, I would D. Yes, I’d love one
23. Hurry! The next bus ________ at 7: 15
A. leave B. leaves C. is leaving D. will leave
24. Will you _______ after the party?
A. call me off B. get me on C. take me up D. picked me up
25. The meeting had been canceled ____ the chairman’s absence
A. because of B. because C. in spite of D. Although
26. You don’t have to submit a written report. You can present it _______
A. quietly B. aurally C. visually D. orally
27. A: Do you mind if I borrow a chair?
B: _________________ Do you need only one?
A. I’m sorry B. Not at all C. Yes, I do D. Yes, I would
28. Nowadays, television has become _______ with people of all ages.
A. popularize B. popularly C. popular D. popularity
29. We’ve already met the man ________often appears on TV every night.
A. who B. whom C. whose D. which
30. The film ______ by the time we _____ to the cinema.
A. already begun/got C. had already begun- got
B. have already begun/ go D. already began- had got
31. A: I’m leaving for lunch. __________________________
B: Thanks, but I can’t right now. I’m really busy.
A. Do you come? C. Could you come?
B. Do you feel like coming? D. Would you like to come?
32. She is the woman _______ sister babysits for us
A. whose B. which C. that’s who
33. A computer helps you to interact _______ people around the world.
A. to B. with C. from D. on
34. A: Let’s play some music
B: _____________________________________
A. Yes, please B. Thank you C. Certainly D. Good idea
35. It’s time we ______ this old car and bought a new one.
A. will sell B. have sold C. had sold D. sold
36. Radio presents information and entertainment ________ and we receive them through our ears
A. orally B. visually C. aurally D. vitally
37. We are in regular _________ with each other by telephone or letter.
A. communicate B. communicative C. communication D. cummunicatively
Phonetic: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.
38. A. dentist B. animal C. vital D. hospital
39. A. dream B. cream C. meat D. sweat
40. A. monkey B. survey C. honey D. money
41. A. feature B. reason C. pleasant D. creature
42. A. earphone B. bear C. dear D. hear
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct word(s) for each of the blanks from 43 to 52.
Alexander Graham Bell, a Scotsman who came to the United States in 1871, (43)_______ the telephone.
Boston was a teacher of the deaf in Boston. At night, he experimented with a harmonic telegraph, a device
for (44)_______ several telegraph messages at once over one wire. Bell developed the idea of the telephone
(45) ______ 1874 but continued experiments with the harmonic telegraph. On June 2, 1875, (46)_______
of the reeds of the harmonic telegraph stuck. Bell’s assistant, Thomas A. Watson, plucked the reed to loosen
it. Bell, (47)______ was in another room, heard the sound in his receiver. He realized that the vibrations of
the reed (48)________ caused vibrations of electric current. In turn, the electric current had produced the
same vibrations in the receiver he (49)__________ using.
On March 10, 1876, Bell finally succeeded in speaking words over a telephone. He (50) _____
about to test a new transmitter. In another room, Watson waited for the test message. Suddenly, Bell spilled
some acid from a battery on (51)______ clothes. He cried out, “Mr. Watson come here. I want you!”
Watson (52)_____ every word clearly and rushed into the room. In June 1876, Bell exhibited his telephone
at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.
43. A. invented B. discovered C. inventing D. discovering
44. A. making B. make C. sending D. send
45. A. on B. for C. until D. in
46. A. those B. one C. that D. each
47. A. who B. when C. he D. then
48. A. was B. had C. is D. has
49. A. has been B. is C. were D. was
50. A. was B. wanted C. decided D. had been
51. A. some B. his C. those D. these
52. A. listened B. had C. read D. heard
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
53. When I came to Nam’s party, Tan wasn’t there. He has already gone home.
A B C D
54. Remember posting the letter for me when you walk past the post office on your way home.
A B C D
55. I’m going to the airport to meet my old friend, that comes to stay with me for a week.
A B C D
56. They aren’t used to drive on the left
A B C D
57. The class was cancelled because of there weren’t enough students
A B C D
58. Computers are often used to control, adjustment, and correct complex industrial operation
A B C D
59. We went to Stan’s holiday party last year, hadn’t we ?
A B C D
60. He spent most of his time to paint in the studio
A B C D
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning
to each of the following sentences.
61. I like learning English best.
A. I find English easy to learn C. I spend more time learning English than other subjects.
B. English is my favourite subject. D. English is one of my best subject.
62. Getting up early in the mornings has become habitual for Mr. Lam
A. Mr. Lam always gets up early in the mornings
B. Mr. Lam enjoys getting up early in the mornings
C. Mr. Lam used to get up early in the mornings
D. Mr. Lam always remembered to get up early in the mornings
63. In spite of her difficult living conditions, she worked extremely hard.
A. She worked very hard in difficult conditions.
B. She worked very hard but she still lived in difficult conditions.
C. She worked very hard even though her living conditions were difficult.
D. She worked very hard because her living conditions were difficult.
64. Mary is the most beautiful girl. I have ever met her
A. Mary is the most beautiful girl I’ve ever met. C. Mary is the most beautiful girl which I’ve ever met.
B. Mary is the most beautiful girl that I’ve ever met. D. A and B are correct
65. That Mary is lazy makes her parents sad
A. That Mary makes her parents sad C. Mary who is lazy makes her parents sad
B. Mary is lazy, which makes her parents sad D. Mary is lazy which makes her parents sad
Use the given words and phrases to make meaningful sentence by choosing the best answer A, B, C or
D
66. . I/ used/ get up/ early
A. I am used to get up early B. I was used to get up early
C. I am used to getting up early D. I used to getting up early
67. Old/ he/ grew/forgetful/ he/ became
A. The older he grew, more forgetful he became. C. The old he grew, the more forgetful he became
B. The older he grew, the more forgetfully he became.D. The older he grew, the more forgetful he became
68. David/ recover/ quickly/ his serious illness
A. Jack was recovered very quickly from his serious illness.
B. Jack will recover quite quickly after his serious illness.
C. Jack recovered more quickly over his serious illness.
D. Jack has recovered quite quickly from his serious illness.
69. It/ important/ have/ health/ teeth.
A. It is very important to have healthy teeth. B. It is very important to have health teeth.
C. It is very important having healthy teeth. D. It is very important to having healthy teeth.
70. No one/ see/Linda since/day/ party
A. No one have seen Linda since the day of partyC. No one has seen Linda since the day of the party
B. No one has seen Linda since day of party D. No one have seen Linda since the day of the party
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
Soccer has always played a major role in my life. When I was a kid I used to play for the school team and
never missed a single game at the local soccer club. I was crazy about soccer, like all my friends, and my
father, who was also a great fan, wanted me to become a professional player.
Unfortunately, things didn’t work out as we expected. Oh, I turned professional all right. It’s just that I
hadn’t been playing professionally for more than eighteen months when my family and I were involved in a
car accident. Nobody was seriously hurt but the doctors told me I wouldn’t be able to play soccer again. My
injured left foot was going to be OK, but it would be too weak for this kind of sport.
When I recovered I realized that soccer was too important for me to give it up altogether. So I decided
to become a coach. I attended a ten-month course and soon afterward I was asked to train the local team. I
enjoyed those years very much because I felt I was part of a team again. Later I moved on as a coach in
league soccer teams and, well, as you know, I’ve been training the national team for two years now. I love
my job because I love soccer and it also gives me the excitement of making decisions and planning the
whole game. I’m definitely not looking forward to my retirement.
71. The word “ play a major role” in line 1 in the passage mostly means ____________
A. very important B. very interesting C. very useful D. very ordinary
72. When John was a child, ___________________
A. he played for the local soccer team C. he watched all school games
B. he was a member of the school team. D. he watched all the games with his father
73. His father ________________________________
A. was a soccer coach C. wanted his son to play soccer in the school team
B. loved soccer D. took John to soccer games
74. John wanted to be a professional player because _______________
A. it was his father’s dream C. he was a player in the school team
B. he used to watch games as a child D. he loved playing soccer
75. He played professionally for only a short time because ___________
A. his parents had an accident C. his foot was hurt in an accident
B. he couldn’t walk after an accident D. he had to finish school
76. John became a coach after _______________
A. he had completed the ten-month course C. he had left school
B. he used to watch matches as a child D. he had returned home from the hospital
77. He very much enjoyed the time when ________________________________
A. he was getting better after the accident C. he was training the local team
B. he decided to become a coach D. he became successful
78. He liked being a coach because ________________________
A. he can’t be a player B. it gives him a chance to train the national team
C. It was always his ambition D. It is exciting and he can plan how his team will play its game
79. Which statement is true?
A. He became a coach after the accident
B. He became successful when he started training the national team
C. He trained the local team for ten months
D. He trained to be a coach for eighteen months
80. Which statement is not true ?
A. His first job as a soccer coach was with the local team.
B. He likes his job because he is involved in soccer
C. He is planning to retire now
D. Becoming the coach for the national team was the high point in his career.
Së GD§T VÜnh phóc §Ò thi kh¶o s¸t chÊt lîng lÇn I
Trêng THPT lª Xoay m«n: TiÕng Anh – líp: 10
Thêi gian lµm bµi: 90 phót
(Kh«ng kÓ thêi gian giao ®Ò)

M· ®Ò: 415

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to
each of the following questions.
1______ is Greg like ?- He’s tall and thin with brown hair
A. What B. How C. Which D. Who
2. _________ is the beach ? – Only five minutes’ walk.
A. How long B. where C. How often D. How far
3. I’d like to borrow this book. _________ it yet ?
A. Did you read B. Had you read C. Have you read D. Do you read
4. Karen didn’t want to come to the cinema with us because she _______ the film.
A. Has already seen B. already had seen C. had already seen D. saw
5. A: Would you like me to collect you?
B: ___________________________________
A. I’d love to. B. Not at all C. Yes, I like D. No, I wouldn’t
6. ______ all our efforts we failed.
A. Despite of B. In spite of C. Although D. However
7. Hue is famous for its __________ spots.
A. beautiful B. beautify C. beautifully D. beauty
8. On the __________ of the teacher’s day, we wish you all the best.
A. situation B. occasion C. opportunity D. chance
9. I wouldn’t waste time _______ that book if I were you.
A. A. reading B. to reading C. read D. to be read
10. What a ________girl! Nothing can stop her from realizing her decision.
A. powerful B. mature C. good D. strong-willed
11. He was ___ the “Golden Kite” for being the best director.
A. awarded B. enjoyed C. given D. sent
12. Marie Curie was the first woman in France ______ a university professor.
A. was B. to be C. used to be D. is
13. Their parents seemed satisfied _____ their progress.
A. to B. in C. at D. with
14. He passed the exams with flying colour.
A. difficulty B. badly C. successfully D. easily
15. Interpreters should be highly _______ as well as fluent.
A. educated B. educating C. education D. educational
16. What makes computer a miraculous device?
A. strange B. powerful C. magical D. excellent
17. Would you like a coffee?
A. Not at all B. Yes, let’s C. Yes, I would D. Yes, I’d love one
18. Hurry! The next bus ________ at 7: 15
A. leave B. leaves C. is leaving D. will leave
19. Will you _______ after the party?
A. call me off B. get me on C. take me up D. picked me up
20. The meeting had been canceled ____ the chairman’s absence
A. because of B. because C. in spite of D. Although
21. You don’t have to submit a written report. You can present it _______
A. quietly B. aurally C. visually D. orally
22. A: Do you mind if I borrow a chair?
B: _________________ Do you need only one?
A. I’m sorry B. Not at all C. Yes, I do D. Yes, I would
23. Nowadays, television has become _______ with people of all ages.
A. popularize B. popularly C. popular D. popularity
24. We’ve already met the man ________often appears on TV every night.
A. who B. whom C. whose D. which
25. The film ______ by the time we _____ to the cinema.
A. already begun/got C. had already begun- got
B. have already begun/ go D. already began- had got
26. A: I’m leaving for lunch. __________________________
B: Thanks, but I can’t right now. I’m really busy.
A. Do you come? C. Could you come?
B. Do you feel like coming? D. Would you like to come?
27. She is the woman _______ sister babysits for us
A. whose B. which C. that’s who
28. A computer helps you to interact _______ people around the world.
A. to B. with C. from D. on
29. A: Let’s play some music
B: _____________________________________
A. Yes, please B. Thank you C. Certainly D. Good idea
30. It’s time we ______ this old car and bought a new one.
A. will sell B. have sold C. had sold D. sold
31. Radio presents information and entertainment ________ and we receive them through our ears
A. orally B. visually C. aurally D. vitally
32. We are in regular _________ with each other by telephone or letter.
A. communicate B. communicative C. communication D. cummunicatively
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct word(s) for each of the blanks from 33 to 42.
Alexander Graham Bell, a Scotsman who came to the United States in 1871, (33)_______ the telephone.
Boston was a teacher of the deaf in Boston. At night, he experimented with a harmonic telegraph, a device
for (34)_______ several telegraph messages at once over one wire. Bell developed the idea of the telephone
(35) ______ 1874 but continued experiments with the harmonic telegraph. On June 2, 1875, (36)_______
of the reeds of the harmonic telegraph stuck. Bell’s assistant, Thomas A. Watson, plucked the reed to loosen
it. Bell, (37)______ was in another room, heard the sound in his receiver. He realized that the vibrations of
the reed (38)________ caused vibrations of electric current. In turn, the electric current had produced the
same vibrations in the receiver he (39)__________ using.
On March 10, 1876, Bell finally succeeded in speaking words over a telephone. He (40) _____
about to test a new transmitter. In another room, Watson waited for the test message. Suddenly, Bell spilled
some acid from a battery on (41)______ clothes. He cried out, “Mr. Watson come here. I want you!”
Watson (42)_____ every word clearly and rushed into the room. In June 1876, Bell exhibited his telephone
at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.
33. A. invented B. discovered C. inventing D. discovering
34. A. making B. make C. sending D. send
35. A. on B. for C. until D. in
36. A. those B. one C. that D. each
37. A. who B. when C. he D. then
38. A. was B. had C. is D. has
39. A. has been B. is C. were D. was
40. A. was B. wanted C. decided D. had been
41. A. some B. his C. those D. these
42. A. listened B. had C. read D. heard
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
43. When I came to Nam’s party, Tan wasn’t there. He has already gone home.
A B C D
44. Remember posting the letter for me when you walk past the post office on your way home.
A B C D
45. I’m going to the airport to meet my old friend, that comes to stay with me for a week.
A B C D
46. They aren’t used to drive on the left
A B C D
47. The class was cancelled because of there weren’t enough students
A B C D
48. Computers are often used to control, adjustment, and correct complex industrial operation
A B C D
49. We went to Stan’s holiday party last year, hadn’t we ?
A B C D
50. He spent most of his time to paint in the studio
A B C D
Phonetic: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.
51. A. dentist B. animal C. vital D. hospital
52. A. dream B. cream C. meat D. sweat
53. A. monkey B. survey C. honey D. money
54. A. feature B. reason C. pleasant D. creature
55. A. earphone B. bear C. dear D. hear
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
People who travel frequently on business or for pleasure often suffer some form of health problem, yet over
half these problems can easily be prevented. The most common ailment, a headache, can be avoided by
taking along simple supply of aspirin or other pain reliever. Another common affliction is motion sickness
caused by the constant movement of a vehicle. Ginger capsules, sold in most health-food stores, have been
found effective as a remedy.
Other familiar problems include sunburn, which can be prevented by using an effective sunscreen, and
insect bites, which can be controlled with the use of a repellent spray or ointment. For everyday cuts and
scratches, a first-aid kit containing bandages and antiseptic cream is recommended.
56. What is the best title for this passage?
A. Avoiding Travel Ailments C. Common Health Problems
B. Frequent Travellers D. Travelling for Business or Pleasure
57. According to the passage, travelers are most commonly bothered by
A. sunburn B. motion sickness C. insect bites D. headaches
58. The word affliction in the passage can best be replaced by
A. result B. experience C. ailment D. supply
59. According to the passage, what can be used to remedy motion sickness?
A. Painkillers B. A moving vehicle C. Ginger capsules D. A first-aid kit.
60. Which of the following things is NOT mentioned as a solution to a health problem?
A. Sunscreen B. Cold cream C. Repellent spray D. Aspirin
Use the given words and phrases to make meaningful sentence by choosing the best answer A, B, C or
D
61. . I/ used/ get up/ early
A. I am used to get up early B. I was used to get up early
C. I am used to getting up early D. I used to getting up early
62. Old/ he/ grew/forgetful/ he/ became
A. The older he grew, more forgetful he became.B. The older he grew, the more forgetfully he became.
C. The old he grew, the more forgetful he became.D. The older he grew, the more forgetful he became
63. David/ recover/ quickly/ his serious illness
A. Jack was recovered very quickly from his serious illness.
B. Jack will recover quite quickly after his serious illness.
C. Jack recovered more quickly over his serious illness.
D. Jack has recovered quite quickly from his serious illness.
64. It/ important/ have/ health/ teeth.
A. It is very important to have healthy teeth. B. It is very important to have health teeth.
C. It is very important having healthy teeth. D. It is very important to having healthy teeth.
65. No one/ see/Linda since/day/ party
A. No one have seen Linda since the day of party B. No one has seen Linda since day of party
C. No one has seen Linda since the day of the party D. No one have seen Linda since the day of the party
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
Soccer has always played a major role in my life. When I was a kid I used to play for the school team and
never missed a single game at the local soccer club. I was crazy about soccer, like all my friends, and my
father, who was also a great fan, wanted me to become a professional player.
Unfortunately, things didn’t work out as we expected. Oh, I turned professional all right. It’s just that I
hadn’t been playing professionally for more than eighteen months when my family and I were involved in a
car accident. Nobody was seriously hurt but the doctors told me I wouldn’t be able to play soccer again. My
injured left foot was going to be OK, but it would be too weak for this kind of sport.
When I recovered I realized that soccer was too important for me to give it up altogether. So I decided
to become a coach. I attended a ten-month course and soon afterward I was asked to train the local team. I
enjoyed those years very much because I felt I was part of a team again. Later I moved on as a coach in
league soccer teams and, well, as you know, I’ve been training the national team for two years now. I love
my job because I love soccer and it also gives me the excitement of making decisions and planning the
whole game. I’m definitely not looking forward to my retirement.
66. The word “ play a major role” in line 1 in the passage mostly means ____________
A. very important B. very interesting C. very useful D. very ordinary
67. When John was a child, ___________________
A. he played for the local soccer team C. he watched all school games
B. he was a member of the school team. D. he watched all the games with his father
68. His father ________________________________
A. was a soccer coach C. wanted his son to play soccer in the school team
B. loved soccer D. took John to soccer games
69. John wanted to be a professional player because _______________
A. it was his father’s dream C. he was a player in the school team
B. he used to watch games as a child D. he loved playing soccer
70. He played professionally for only a short time because ___________
A. his parents had an accident C. his foot was hurt in an accident
B. he couldn’t walk after an accident D. he had to finish school
71. John became a coach after _______________
A. he had completed the ten-month course C. he had left school
B. he used to watch matches as a child D. he had returned home from the hospital
72. He very much enjoyed the time when ________________________________
A. he was getting better after the accident C. he was training the local team
B. he decided to become a coach D. he became successful
73. He liked being a coach because ________________________
A. he can’t be a player B. it gives him a chance to train the national team
C. It was always his ambition D. It is exciting and he can plan how his team will play its game
74. Which statement is true?
A. He became a coach after the accident
B. He became successful when he started training the national team
C. He trained the local team for ten months
D. He trained to be a coach for eighteen months
75. Which statement is not true ?
A. His first job as a soccer coach was with the local team.
B. He likes his job because he is involved in soccer
C. He is planning to retire now
D. Becoming the coach for the national team was the high point in his career.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning
to each of the following sentences.
76. I like learning English best.
A. I find English easy to learn C. I spend more time learning English than other subjects.
B. English is my favourite subject. D. English is one of my best subject.
77. Getting up early in the mornings has become habitual for Mr. Lam
A. Mr. Lam always gets up early in the mornings
B. Mr. Lam enjoys getting up early in the mornings
C. Mr. Lam used to get up early in the mornings
D. Mr. Lam always remembered to get up early in the mornings
78. In spite of her difficult living conditions, she worked extremely hard.
A. She worked very hard in difficult conditions.
B. She worked very hard but she still lived in difficult conditions.
C. She worked very hard even though her living conditions were difficult.
D. She worked very hard because her living conditions were difficult.
79. Mary is the most beautiful girl. I have ever met her
A. Mary is the most beautiful girl I’ve ever met. C. Mary is the most beautiful girl which I’ve ever met.
B. Mary is the most beautiful girl that I’ve ever met. D. A and B are correct
80. That Mary is lazy makes her parents sad
A. That Mary makes her parents sad C. Mary who is lazy makes her parents sad
B. Mary is lazy, which makes her parents sad D. Mary is lazy which makes her parents sad
Së GD§T VÜnh phóc §Ò thi kh¶o s¸t chÊt lîng lÇn I
Trêng THPT lª Xoay m«n: TiÕng Anh – líp: 10
Thêi gian lµm bµi: 90 phót
(Kh«ng kÓ thêi gian giao ®Ò)

M· ®Ò: 124

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from 1to 10
Soccer has always played a major role in my life. When I was a kid I used to play for the school team and
never missed a single game at the local soccer club. I was crazy about soccer, like all my friends, and my
father, who was also a great fan, wanted me to become a professional player.
Unfortunately, things didn’t work out as we expected. Oh, I turned professional all right. It’s just that I
hadn’t been playing professionally for more than eighteen months when my family and I were involved in a
car accident. Nobody was seriously hurt but the doctors told me I wouldn’t be able to play soccer again. My
injured left foot was going to be OK, but it would be too weak for this kind of sport.
When I recovered I realized that soccer was too important for me to give it up altogether. So I decided
to become a coach. I attended a ten-month course and soon afterward I was asked to train the local team. I
enjoyed those years very much because I felt I was part of a team again. Later I moved on as a coach in
league soccer teams and, well, as you know, I’ve been training the national team for two years now. I love
my job because I love soccer and it also gives me the excitement of making decisions and planning the
whole game. I’m definitely not looking forward to my retirement.
1. The word “ play a major role” in line 1 in the passage mostly means ____________
A. very important B. very interesting C. very useful D. very ordinary
2. When John was a child, ___________________
A. he played for the local soccer team C. he watched all school games
B. he was a member of the school team. D. he watched all the games with his father
3. His father ________________________________
A. was a soccer coach C. wanted his son to play soccer in the school team
B. loved soccer D. took John to soccer games
4. John wanted to be a professional player because _______________
A. it was his father’s dream C. he was a player in the school team
B. he used to watch games as a child D. he loved playing soccer
5. He played professionally for only a short time because ___________
A. his parents had an accident C. his foot was hurt in an accident
B. he couldn’t walk after an accident D. he had to finish school
6. John became a coach after _______________
A. he had completed the ten-month course C. he had left school
B. he used to watch matches as a child D. he had returned home from the hospital
7. He very much enjoyed the time when ________________________________
A. he was getting better after the accident C. he was training the local team
B. he decided to become a coach D. he became successful
8. He liked being a coach because ________________________
A. he can’t be a player B. it gives him a chance to train the national team
C. It was always his ambition D. It is exciting and he can plan how his team will play its game
9. Which statement is true?
A. He became a coach after the accident
B. He became successful when he started training the national team
C. He trained the local team for ten months
D. He trained to be a coach for eighteen months
10. Which statement is not true ?
A. His first job as a soccer coach was with the local team.
B. He likes his job because he is involved in soccer
C. He is planning to retire now
D. Becoming the coach for the national team was the high point in his career.
Phonetic: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.
11. A. dentist B. animal C. vital D. hospital
12. A. dream B. cream C. meat D. sweat
13. A. monkey B. survey C. honey D. money
14. A. feature B. reason C. pleasant D. creature
15. A. earphone B. bear C. dear D. hear
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to
each of the following questions.
16. ______ is Greg like ?- He’s tall and thin with brown hair
A. What B. How C. Which D. Who
17. _________ is the beach ? – Only five minutes’ walk.
A. How long B. where C. How often D. How far
18. I’d like to borrow this book. _________ it yet ?
A. Did you read B. Had you read C. Have you read D. Do you read
19. Karen didn’t want to come to the cinema with us because she _______ the film.
A. Has already seen B. already had seen C. had already seen D. saw
20. A: Would you like me to collect you?
B: ___________________________________
A. I’d love to. B. Not at all C. Yes, I like D. No, I wouldn’t
21. ______ all our efforts we failed.
A. Despite of B. In spite of C. Although D. However
22. Hue is famous for its __________ spots.
A. beautiful B. beautify C. beautifully D. beauty
23. On the __________ of the teacher’s day, we wish you all the best.
A. situation B. occasion C. opportunity D. chance
24. I wouldn’t waste time _______ that book if I were you.
A. A. reading B. to reading C. read D. to be read
25. What a ________girl! Nothing can stop her from realizing her decision.
A. powerful B. mature C. good D. strong-willed
26. He was ___ the “Golden Kite” for being the best director.
A. awarded B. enjoyed C. given D. sent
27. Marie Curie was the first woman in France ______ a university professor.
A. was B. to be C. used to be D. is
28. Their parents seemed satisfied _____ their progress.
A. to B. in C. at D. with
29. He passed the exams with flying colour.
A. difficulty B. badly C. successfully D. easily
30. Interpreters should be highly _______ as well as fluent.
A. educated B. educating C. education D. educational
31. What makes computer a miraculous device?
A. strange B. powerful C. magical D. excellent
32. Would you like a coffee?
A. Not at all B. Yes, let’s C. Yes, I would D. Yes, I’d love one
33. Hurry! The next bus ________ at 7: 15
A. leave B. leaves C. is leaving D. will leave
34. Will you _______ after the party?
A. call me off B. get me on C. take me up D. picked me up
35. The meeting had been canceled ____ the chairman’s absence
A. because of B. because C. in spite of D. Although
36. You don’t have to submit a written report. You can present it _______
A. quietly B. aurally C. visually D. orally
37. A: Do you mind if I borrow a chair?
B: _________________ Do you need only one?
A. I’m sorry B. Not at all C. Yes, I do D. Yes, I would
38. Nowadays, television has become _______ with people of all ages.
A. popularize B. popularly C. popular D. popularity
39. We’ve already met the man ________often appears on TV every night.
A. who B. whom C. whose D. which
40. The film ______ by the time we _____ to the cinema.
A. already begun/got C. had already begun- got
B. have already begun/ go D. already began- had got
41. A: I’m leaving for lunch. __________________________
B: Thanks, but I can’t right now. I’m really busy.
A. Do you come? C. Could you come?
B. Do you feel like coming? D. Would you like to come?
42. She is the woman _______ sister babysits for us
A. whose B. which C. that’s who
43. A computer helps you to interact _______ people around the world.
A. to B. with C. from D. on
44. A: Let’s play some music
B: _____________________________________
A. Yes, please B. Thank you C. Certainly D. Good idea
45. It’s time we ______ this old car and bought a new one.
A. will sell B. have sold C. had sold D. sold
46. Radio presents information and entertainment ________ and we receive them through our ears
A. orally B. visually C. aurally D. vitally
47. We are in regular _________ with each other by telephone or letter.
A. communicate B. communicative C. communication D. cummunicatively
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct word(s) for each of the blanks from 48 to 57.
Alexander Graham Bell, a Scotsman who came to the United States in 1871, (48)_______ the telephone.
Boston was a teacher of the deaf in Boston. At night, he experimented with a harmonic telegraph, a device
for (49)_______ several telegraph messages at once over one wire. Bell developed the idea of the telephone
(51) ______ 1874 but continued experiments with the harmonic telegraph. On June 2, 1875, (50)_______
of the reeds of the harmonic telegraph stuck. Bell’s assistant, Thomas A. Watson, plucked the reed to loosen
it. Bell, (52)______ was in another room, heard the sound in his receiver. He realized that the vibrations of
the reed (53)________ caused vibrations of electric current. In turn, the electric current had produced the
same vibrations in the receiver he (54)__________ using.
On March 10, 1876, Bell finally succeeded in speaking words over a telephone. He (55) _____
about to test a new transmitter. In another room, Watson waited for the test message. Suddenly, Bell spilled
some acid from a battery on (56)______ clothes. He cried out, “Mr. Watson come here. I want you!”
Watson (57)_____ every word clearly and rushed into the room. In June 1876, Bell exhibited his telephone
at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.
48. A. invented B. discovered C. inventing D. discovering
49. A. making B. make C. sending D. send
50. A. on B. for C. until D. in
51. A. those B. one C. that D. each
52. A. who B. when C. he D. then
53. A. was B. had C. is D. has
54. A. has been B. is C. were D. was
55. A. was B. wanted C. decided D. had been
56. A. some B. his C. those D. these
57. A. listened B. had C. read D. heard
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
58. When I came to Nam’s party, Tan wasn’t there. He has already gone home.
A B C D
59. Remember posting the letter for me when you walk past the post office on your way home.
A B C D
60. I’m going to the airport to meet my old friend, that comes to stay with me for a week.
A B C D
61. They aren’t used to drive on the left
A B C D
62. The class was cancelled because of there weren’t enough students
A B C D
63. Computers are often used to control, adjustment, and correct complex industrial operation
A B C D
64. We went to Stan’s holiday party last year, hadn’t we ?
A B C D
65. He spent most of his time to paint in the studio
A B C D
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the following questions from
People who travel frequently on business or for pleasure often suffer some form of health problem, yet over
half these problems can easily be prevented. The most common ailment, a headache, can be avoided by
taking along simple supply of aspirin or other pain reliever. Another common affliction is motion sickness
caused by the constant movement of a vehicle. Ginger capsules, sold in most health-food stores, have been
found effective as a remedy.
Other familiar problems include sunburn, which can be prevented by using an effective sunscreen, and
insect bites, which can be controlled with the use of a repellent spray or ointment. For everyday cuts and
scratches, a first-aid kit containing bandages and antiseptic cream is recommended.
66. What is the best title for this passage?
A. Avoiding Travel Ailments C. Common Health Problems
B. Frequent Travellers D. Travelling for Business or Pleasure
67. According to the passage, travelers are most commonly bothered by
A. sunburn B. motion sickness C. insect bites D. headaches
68. The word affliction in the passage can best be replaced by
A. result B. experience C. ailment D. supply
69. According to the passage, what can be used to remedy motion sickness?
A. Painkillers B. A moving vehicle C. Ginger capsules D. A first-aid kit.
70. Which of the following things is NOT mentioned as a solution to a health problem?
A. Sunscreen B. Cold cream C. Repellent spray D. Aspirin
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning
to each of the following sentences.
71. I like learning English best.
A. I find English easy to learn C. I spend more time learning English than other subjects.
B. English is my favourite subject. D. English is one of my best subject.
72. Getting up early in the mornings has become habitual for Mr. Lam
A. Mr. Lam always gets up early in the mornings
B. Mr. Lam enjoys getting up early in the mornings
C. Mr. Lam used to get up early in the mornings
D. Mr. Lam always remembered to get up early in the mornings
73. In spite of her difficult living conditions, she worked extremely hard.
A. She worked very hard in difficult conditions.
B. She worked very hard but she still lived in difficult conditions.
C. She worked very hard even though her living conditions were difficult.
D. She worked very hard because her living conditions were difficult.
74. Mary is the most beautiful girl. I have ever met her
A. Mary is the most beautiful girl I’ve ever met. C. Mary is the most beautiful girl which I’ve ever met.
B. Mary is the most beautiful girl that I’ve ever met. D. A and B are correct
75. That Mary is lazy makes her parents sad
A. That Mary makes her parents sad C. Mary who is lazy makes her parents sad
B. Mary is lazy, which makes her parents sad D. Mary is lazy which makes her parents sad
Use the given words and phrases to make meaningful sentence by choosing the best answer A, B, C or
D
76. . I/ used/ get up/ early
A. I am used to get up early B. I was used to get up early
C. I am used to getting up early D. I used to getting up early
77. Old/ he/ grew/forgetful/ he/ became
A. The older he grew, more forgetful he became. C. The old he grew, the more forgetful he became.
B. The older he grew, the more forgetfully he became.D. The older he grew, the more forgetful he became
78. David/ recover/ quickly/ his serious illness
A. Jack was recovered very quickly from his serious illness.
B. Jack will recover quite quickly after his serious illness.
C. Jack recovered more quickly over his serious illness.
D. Jack has recovered quite quickly from his serious illness.
79. It/ important/ have/ health/ teeth.
A. It is very important to have healthy teeth. B. It is very important to have health teeth.
C. It is very important having healthy teeth. D. It is very important to having healthy teeth.
80. No one/ see/Linda since/day/ party
A. No one have seen Linda since the day of party C. No one has seen Linda since the day of the party
B. No one has seen Linda since day of party D. No one have seen Linda since the day of the party

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