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kim tra 8 tun hc k I- nm hc 2009-2010 Mn : Anh Vn 10 M thi : Thi gian : 45 H tn : ................................................... S bo danh: ..................... Lp : .............. Phng thi : .

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: 1. A. routine B. literature C. kindness D. fifty 2. A. pens B. books C. rulers D. pencils 3. A. ugly B. luggage C. utter D. huge 4. A. four B. pour C. flour D. fourteen 5. A. chemistry B. prepare C. receive D. degree Choose from the options one best answer to complete each sentence 1. I cant bear _______ such tight shoes. A. wear B. wearing C. to wear D. worn 2. It was difficult _______ a date which was convenient for everyone. A. making B. to make C. make D. made 3. Marie Curie was born ________ November 7, 1867. A. in B. from C. at D. on 4. He passed his exams with flying colour. A. successfully B. difficultly C. badly D. easily 5. There is no ________ explanation for what happened. A. scientist B. scientific C. scientifically D. science 6. The man looked familiar. I ________ him somewhere before. A. saw B. have seen C. had seen D. see 7. When we __________ the bill, we left the restaurant. A. had paid B. were paying C. paid D. had been paying 8. In spite of her deafness, she played the violin very well. A. inability speak B. inability to see C. inability to hear D.mentally impairment 9. The three friends all ________ for the same job. A. requested B. applied C. intended D. referred 10. This book was written by a well-known writer. It is worth ________. A. read B. to read C. reading D. have read 11. Jennifer in several other cities when she to move to New York City. A. lived/decided B. lived/had decided C. had lived/decided D. had lived/had decided 12. He behaved like an adult. I think he is more ________ than the other boys in his class. A. intelligent B. mature C. ambitious D. developed 13. I have been fascinated by _____ since I was at secondary school. A. photograph B. photographic C. photographer D. photography 14. He has not developed mentally as much as others at the same age. Hes _____ child. A. mentally ill B. mentally retarded C. mentally alert D. mentally restricted 15. He invented a new kind of wheelchair for the _____. A. unemployed B. poor C. disabled D. unhappy 16.The government is doing nothing to help _____. A. the poor people B. the poor ones C. the poor D. the poors 17. It rained all the time, _____ was a great pity. A. that B. what C. which D. who 18. I _____ like going to pop concerts when I was a teenager. A. would B. used to C. must D. could 19. Rick left the party early because he _____ a headache. A . had B. has C. used to have D. was having 20. When Martin _______ the car, he took it out for a drive. A. had repaired B. has repaired C. repaired D. was repairing Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect 1. We always go to school by foot because we dont live far from it. A B C D 2. Before going to bed. Mrs. Tuyet usually read something or watches some programs on television. A B C D 3. Smoke cigarettes is so harmful that you should give it up. A B C D 4. Mr. Nguyen Hong Ha is very interested in working as a teacher because he enjoy teaching children. A B C D 5. My sister used to getting up late on weekends when she didnt have to work. A B C D

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Read the passage, then choose the correct answer - a, b, c or d. The first school for blind, deaf and mute children in the Tibet Autonomous Region celebrated its first anniversary on Friday. The school is built in the eastern suburb of Lhasa, capital of Tibet, and is designed to hold 200 students. It covers 20.000 square meters. The school curriculum includes Braille and sign language training, Tibetan, mathematics, writing, ethics training, physical education, arts, handicrafts, speech and walking courses. At the celebration, the audience was touched by a silent song expressed by the students with sign language. Baiba Toinzhub, a 10-year-old blind child, can speak fluent Chinese and is good at singing and dancing. He told the visitors that life in the boarding school was comfortable. 1. What type of students attend the school ? A. Children who live in the Tibet Autonomous Region. B. Children with a variety of disabilities. C. Children who cannot see, hear, or speak. D. Children who are visually impaired. 2. The school is located in __________. A. the capital of Tibet B. the suburb of the capital of Tibet C. the eastern of Tibet D. 20.000 square meters 3. The school is ______________________. A. able to hold 200 students B. the first boarding school in Tibet C. 20,000 square meters in area D. a and c are correct 4. Which subject is taught in the school ? A. Physics B. Foreign languages C. Computers D. Braille 5. Which of the following is not true ? A. Tibets first deaf-mute school celebrated its first birthday. B. The visitors were welcomed with a beautiful song. C. Life in the boarding school is comfortable. D. Baiba Toinzhub can sing and dance very well. Writing : Write a paragraph about 100 words about Mr. Tommy Bush using the cues below: Name: Tommy Bush Sex: male Date of birth: 10/ 8/ 1964 Place of birth : Dalas Education : School attended: Musical High School University attended: Cambridge University Exam passed : English, French, Maths, Music Previous jobs: Jobs Date from Date to Secretary December 1987 October 1988 Branch manager June 1990 May 1997 General director March 1998 April 2005

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kim tra 8 tun hc k I- nm hc 2009-2010 Mn : Anh Vn 10 M thi : Thi gian : 45 H tn : ................................................... S bo danh: ..................... Lp : .............. Phng thi : .

Choose from the options one best answer to complete each sentence 1. Marie Curie was born ________ November 7, 1867. A. in B. from C. at D. on 2. He passed his exams with flying colour. A. successfully B. difficultly C. badly D. easily 3. There is no ________ explanation for what happened. A. scientist B. scientific C. scientifically D. science 4. Jennifer in several other cities when she to move to New York City. A. lived/decided B. lived/had decided C. had lived/decided D. had lived/had decided 5. He behaved like an adult. I think he is more ________ than the other boys in his class. A. intelligent B. mature C. ambitious D. developed 6. The three friends all ________ for the same job. A. requested B. applied C. intended D. referred 7. This book was written by a well-known writer. It is worth ________. A. read B. to read C. reading D. have read 8. He invented a new kind of wheelchair for the _____. A. unemployed B. poor C. disabled D. unhappy 9.The government is doing nothing to help _____. A. the poor people B. the poor ones C. the poor D. the poors 10. I _____ like going to pop concerts when I was a teenager. A. would B. used to C. must D. could 11. Rick left the party early because he _____ a headache. A . had B. has C. used to have D. was having 12. I have been fascinated by _____ since I was at secondary school. A. photograph B. photographic C. photographer D. photography 13. He has not developed mentally as much as others at the same age. Hes _____ child. A. mentally ill B. mentally retarded C. mentally alert D. mentally restricted 14. The man looked familiar. I ________ him somewhere before. A. saw B. have seen C. had seen D. see 15. When we __________ the bill, we left the restaurant. A. had paid B. were paying C. paid D. had been paying 16. In spite of her deafness, she played the violin very well. A. inability speak B. inability to see C. inability to hear D.mentally impairment 17. I cant bear _______ such tight shoes. A. wear B. wearing C. to wear D. worn 18. It was difficult _______ a date which was convenient for everyone. A. making B. to make C. make D. made 19. It rained all the time, _____ was a great pity. A. that B. what C. which D. who 20. When Martin _______ the car, he took it out for a drive. A. had repaired B. has repaired C. repaired D. was repairing Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: 1. A. ugly B. luggage C. utter D. huge 2. A. routine B. literature C. kindness D. fifty 3. A. chemistry B. prepare C. receive D. degree 4. A. pens B. books C. rulers D. pencils 5. A. four B. pour C. flour D. fourteen Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect 1. Smoke cigarettes is so harmful that you should give it up. A B C D 2. Mr. Nguyen Hong Ha is very interested in working as a teacher because he enjoy teaching children. A B C D 3. My sister used to getting up late on weekends when she didnt have to work. A B C D 4. We always go to school by foot because we dont live far from it. A B C D

5. Before going to bed. Mrs. Tuyet usually read something or watches some programs on television. A B C D

Writing : Write a paragraph about 100 words about Mr. Tommy Bush using the cues below: Name: Tommy Bush Sex: male Date of birth: 10/ 8/ 1964 Place of birth : Dalas Education : School attended: Musical High School University attended: Cambridge University Exam passed : English, French, Maths, Music Previous jobs: Jobs Date from Date to Secretary December 1987 October 1988 Branch manager June 1990 May 1997 General director March 1998 April 2005 Read the passage, then choose the correct answer - a, b, c or d. The first school for blind, deaf and mute children in the Tibet Autonomous Region celebrated its first anniversary on Friday. The school is built in the eastern suburb of Lhasa, capital of Tibet, and is designed to hold 200 students. It covers 20.000 square meters. The school curriculum includes Braille and sign language training, Tibetan, mathematics, writing, ethics training, physical education, arts, handicrafts, speech and walking courses. At the celebration, the audience was touched by a silent song expressed by the students with sign language. Baiba Toinzhub, a 10-year-old blind child, can speak fluent Chinese and is good at singing and dancing. He told the visitors that life in the boarding school was comfortable. 1. What type of students attend the school ? A. Children who live in the Tibet Autonomous Region. B. Children with a variety of disabilities. C. Children who cannot see, hear, or speak. D. Children who are visually impaired. 2. The school is located in __________. A. the capital of Tibet B. the suburb of the capital of Tibet C. the eastern of Tibet D. 20.000 square meters 3. The school is ______________________. A. able to hold 200 students B. the first boarding school in Tibet C. 20,000 square meters in area D. a and c are correct 4. Which subject is taught in the school ? A. Physics B. Foreign languages C. Computers D. Braille 5. Which of the following is not true ? A. Tibets first deaf-mute school celebrated its first birthday. B. The visitors were welcomed with a beautiful song. C. Life in the boarding school is comfortable. D. Baiba Toinzhub can sing and dance very well.

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kim tra 8 tun hc k I- nm hc 2009-2010 Mn : Anh Vn 10 M thi : Thi gian : 45 H tn : ................................................... S bo danh: ..................... Lp : .............. Phng thi : .

Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect 1. We always go to school by foot because we dont live far from it. A B C D 2. Smoke cigarettes is so harmful that you should give it up. A B C D 3. Before going to bed. Mrs. Tuyet usually read something or watches some programs on television. A B C D 4. Mr. Nguyen Hong Ha is very interested in working as a teacher because he enjoy teaching children. A B C D 5. My sister used to getting up late on weekends when she didnt have to work. A B C D Read the passage, then choose the correct answer - a, b, c or d. The first school for blind, deaf and mute children in the Tibet Autonomous Region celebrated its first anniversary on Friday. The school is built in the eastern suburb of Lhasa, capital of Tibet, and is designed to hold 200 students. It covers 20.000 square meters. The school curriculum includes Braille and sign language training, Tibetan, mathematics, writing, ethics training, physical education, arts, handicrafts, speech and walking courses. At the celebration, the audience was touched by a silent song expressed by the students with sign language. Baiba Toinzhub, a 10-year-old blind child, can speak fluent Chinese and is good at singing and dancing. He told the visitors that life in the boarding school was comfortable. 1. What type of students attend the school ? A. Children who live in the Tibet Autonomous Region. B. Children with a variety of disabilities. C. Children who cannot see, hear, or speak. D. Children who are visually impaired. 2. The school is located in __________. A. the capital of Tibet B. the suburb of the capital of Tibet C. the eastern of Tibet D. 20.000 square meters 3. The school is ______________________. A. able to hold 200 students B. the first boarding school in Tibet C. 20,000 square meters in area D. a and c are correct 4. Which subject is taught in the school ? A. Physics B. Foreign languages C. Computers D. Braille 5. Which of the following is not true ? A. Tibets first deaf-mute school celebrated its first birthday. B. The visitors were welcomed with a beautiful song. C. Life in the boarding school is comfortable. D. Baiba Toinzhub can sing and dance very well. Choose from the options one best answer to complete each sentence 1. He invented a new kind of wheelchair for the _____. A. unemployed B. poor C. disabled D. unhappy 2.The government is doing nothing to help _____. A. the poor people B. the poor ones C. the poor D. the poors 3. The three friends all ________ for the same job. A. requested B. applied C. intended D. referred 4. Rick left the party early because he _____ a headache. A . had B. has C. used to have D. was having 5. I have been fascinated by _____ since I was at secondary school. A. photograph B. photographic C. photographer D. photography 6. When we __________ the bill, we left the restaurant. A. had paid B. were paying C. paid D. had been paying 7. In spite of her deafness, she played the violin very well. A. inability speak B. inability to see C. inability to hear D.mentally impairment 8. I cant bear _______ such tight shoes. A. wear B. wearing C. to wear D. worn 9. He has not developed mentally as much as others at the same age. Hes _____ child. A. mentally ill B. mentally retarded C. mentally alert D. mentally restricted 10. This book was written by a well-known writer. It is worth ________. A. read B. to read C. reading D. have read

11. Marie Curie was born ________ November 7, 1867.

A. in B. from C. at D. on 12. He passed his exams with flying colour. A. successfully B. difficultly C. badly D. easily 13. It rained all the time, _____ was a great pity. A. that B. what C. which D. who 14. When Martin _______ the car, he took it out for a drive. A. had repaired B. has repaired C. repaired D. was repairing 15. He behaved like an adult. I think he is more ________ than the other boys in his class. A. intelligent B. mature C. ambitious D. developed 16. I _____ like going to pop concerts when I was a teenager. A. would B. used to C. must D. could 17. There is no ________ explanation for what happened. A. scientist B. scientific C. scientifically D. science 18. Jennifer in several other cities when she to move to New York City. A. lived/decided B. lived/had decided C. had lived/decided D. had lived/had decided 19. The man looked familiar. I ________ him somewhere before. A. saw B. have seen C. had seen D. see 20. It was difficult _______ a date which was convenient for everyone. A. making B. to make C. make D. made Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: 1. A. ugly B. luggage C. utter D. huge 2. A. routine B. literature C. kindness D. fifty 3. A. chemistry B. prepare C. receive D. degree 4. A. pens B. books C. rulers D. pencils 5. A. four B. pour C. flour D. fourteen Writing : Write a paragraph about 100 words about Mr. Tommy Bush using the cues below: Name: Tommy Bush Sex: male Date of birth: 10/ 8/ 1964 Place of birth : Dalas Education : School attended: Musical High School University attended: Cambridge University Exam passed : English, French, Maths, Music Previous jobs: Jobs Date from Date to Secretary December 1987 October 1988 Branch manager June 1990 May 1997 General director March 1998 April 2005


Trng THPT Nguyn c Thun kim tra 8 tun hc k I- nm hc 2009-2010 Mn : Anh Vn 10 M thi : Thi gian : 45 H tn : ................................................... S bo danh: ..................... Lp : .............. Phng thi : .

Read the passage, then choose the correct answer A, B, C or D The first school for blind, deaf and mute children in the Tibet Autonomous Region celebrated its first anniversary on Friday. The school is built in the eastern suburb of Lhasa, capital of Tibet, and is designed to hold 200 students. It covers 20.000 square meters. The school curriculum includes Braille and sign language training, Tibetan, mathematics, writing, ethics training, physical education, arts, handicrafts, speech and walking courses. At the celebration, the audience was touched by a silent song expressed by the students with sign language. Baiba Toinzhub, a 10-year-old blind child, can speak fluent Chinese and is good at singing and dancing. He told the visitors that life in the boarding school was comfortable. 1. What type of students attend the school ? A. Children who live in the Tibet Autonomous Region. B. Children with a variety of disabilities. C. Children who cannot see, hear, or speak. D. Children who are visually impaired. 2. The school is located in __________. A. the capital of Tibet B. the suburb of the capital of Tibet C. the eastern of Tibet D. 20.000 square meters 3. The school is ______________________. A. able to hold 200 students B. the first boarding school in Tibet C. 20,000 square meters in area D. a and c are correct 4. Which subject is taught in the school ? A. Physics B. Foreign languages C. Computers D. Braille 5. Which of the following is not true ? A. Tibets first deaf-mute school celebrated its first birthday. B. The visitors were welcomed with a beautiful song. C. Life in the boarding school is comfortable. D. Baiba Toinzhub can sing and dance very well. Choose from the options one best answer to complete each sentence 1. The man looked familiar. I ________ him somewhere before. A. saw B. have seen C. had seen D. see 2. When we __________ the bill, we left the restaurant. A. had paid B. were paying C. paid D. had been paying 3. In spite of her deafness, she played the violin very well. A. inability speak B. inability to see C. inability to hear D.mentally impairment 4. He passed his exams with flying colour. A. successfully B. difficultly C. badly D. easily 5. There is no ________ explanation for what happened. A. scientist B. scientific C. scientifically D. science 6. The three friends all ________ for the same job. A. requested B. applied C. intended D. referred 7. He behaved like an adult. I think he is more ________ than the other boys in his class. A. intelligent B. mature C. ambitious D. developed 8. I have been fascinated by _____ since I was at secondary school. A. photograph B. photographic C. photographer D. photography 9. This book was written by a well-known writer. It is worth ________. A. read B. to read C. reading D. have read 10. I cant bear _______ such tight shoes. A. wear B. wearing C. to wear D. worn 11. It was difficult _______ a date which was convenient for everyone. A. making B. to make C. make D. made 12. Marie Curie was born ________ November 7, 1867. A. in B. from C. at D. on 13. Jennifer in several other cities when she to move to New York City. A. lived/decided B. lived/had decided C. had lived/decided D. had lived/had decided 14. He has not developed mentally as much as others at the same age. Hes _____ child. A. mentally ill B. mentally retarded C. mentally alert D. mentally restricted 15. I _____ like going to pop concerts when I was a teenager.

A. would B. used to 16. Rick left the party early because he _____ a headache.

C. must

D. could

A . had B. has C. used to have D. was having 17. When Martin _______ the car, he took it out for a drive. A. had repaired B. has repaired C. repaired D. was repairing 18. He invented a new kind of wheelchair for the _____. A. unemployed B. poor C. disabled D. unhappy 19.The government is doing nothing to help _____. A. the poor people B. the poor ones C. the poor D. the poors 20. It rained all the time, _____ was a great pity. A. that B. what C. which D. who Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: 1. A. four B. pour C. flour D. fourteen 2. A. routine B. literature C. kindness D. fifty 3. A. pens B. books C. rulers D. pencils 4. A. ugly B. luggage C. utter D. huge 5. A. chemistry B. prepare C. receive D. degree Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect 1. Smoke cigarettes is so harmful that you should give it up. A B C D 2. Mr. Nguyen Hong Ha is very interested in working as a teacher because he enjoy teaching children. A B C D 3. We always go to school by foot because we dont live far from it. A B C D 4. My sister used to getting up late on weekends when she didnt have to work. A B C D 5. Before going to bed. Mrs. Tuyet usually read something or watches some programs on television. A B C D Writing : Write a paragraph about 100 words about Mr. Tommy Bush using the cues below: Name: Tommy Bush Sex: male Date of birth: 10/ 8/ 1964 Place of birth : Dalas Education : School attended: Musical High School University attended: Cambridge University Exam passed : English, French, Maths, Music Previous jobs: Jobs Date from Date to Secretary December 1987 October 1988 Branch manager June 1990 May 1997 General director March 1998 April 2005