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Nội dung đề số 887
I. Writing.

KIỂM TRA MỘT TIẾT – LẦN 2 – HK1 (2016 – 2017)
MÔN: Tiếng Anh 11 – CB

01. When she saw the dog coming towards her, she quickly crossed the road.
 Seeing ____________________________________________________.
02. “Don’t stay at the hotel near the airport,” I said to An.
 I warned __________________________________________________.
03. “I will come to see you if I have time,” the man said to her.
 The man said _______________________________________________.
04. Nam didn’t answer the phone because he was studying.
 If ________________________________________________________.
II. Error identification.
05. If I had know about the job, I will have applied for it.
A


B

C

D

06. Does the Earth have enough resources to supporting this many people?
A

B

C

D

07. Her mother prevented Ann to going out tonight.
A

B

C

D

08. If you teach me to fish, I will eat my while life long.
A

B

C

D

III. Choose a word in each line that has different stress pattern.
09. A. hadicapped

B. campaign

C. performace


D. donation

10. A. method
B. women
C. something
D. support
IV. Choose the word in each group that has the underline part pronounced differently from the rest.
11. A. announce
B. annual
C. award
D. among
12. A. government
B. gold
C. give
D. enough
V. Read the passage and choose the best answer.
No one (13) ______ the limits of population that the earth can (14) ________. Thomas Malthus, an English
economist, developed a theory that becam widely accepted (15) _______ the nineteenth century. He (16)
______ that because world tended to increase more rapidly than food supply, a continual strain was exerted
diseases as the usual (17) ______ of population growth.
13. A. knowing
B. knew
C. knows
D. know
14. A. support
B. supported
C. supporting
D. had supported
15. A. on
B. at
C. in
D. with
16. A. congratulated
B. suggested
C. denied
D. accused
17. A. limit
B. limitational
C. limitationly
D. limitations
VI. Choose the best answer.


18. In 2000, _______ world’s population was about 6.6 billion.
A. a
B. an
C. the
D. Ø
19. They quickly read the questions and tried to find out the answers.
A. complate
B. guess
C. offer
D. discover
20. I’ve always dream _____ having a nice house with my wife and my children.
A. in
B. of
C. at
D. on
21. We have to protect our country’s natural _______, such as coal, oil, and forests.
A. population
B. resources
C. rates
D. methods
22. Some high school students take part in helping the handicapped.
A. participate
B. compete
C. exercise
D. support
23. ________ to the party, we could hardly refuse to go.
A. To have been invited
B. To have invited
C. Having been invited
D. Having invited
24. There are many disabled people who have ______ their diffculites and lead successful and happy lives.
A. overcome
B. destroyed
C. overwhelmed
D. suffered
25. The winner of the contest was given a(n) ______ for er excellent performance.
A. bonus
B. reward
C. fine
D. award
26. Kevin thanks us for _______ him to the party.
A. invite
B. to invite
C. inviting
D. invited
27. If you had taken my advice, we _______ our way.
A. would not have lost
B. would not lose
C. will not have lost
D. will not lose
VII. Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
The dramatic growth of the world’s population in the twentieth century was on a scale without parallel in
human history. Most of this growth had occurred since 1950 and was known as the population “explosion”.
Between 1950 and 1980 the world population increased from 2.5 to over 4 billlion, and by the end of the
twenty century the figure had risen to about 6.6 billion. Growth of this size can not continue indefiniely.
Recent forecasts suggest that the total population will level out at between 10 and 15 billion in the mid twenty
first century. Already there are encouraging signs that the rate of increase in many less developed countries is
beginning to slow down.
28. According to the passage, at no period in human history has there been ________.
A. a population explosion of the magnitude as the one in the twenty century
B. a univeral fear about the future of man
C. as comprehensive a study of population problems as the one envisaged now
D. so much consensus among nations concerning the population of the world
29. In 2000, the world’s population was about _________.
A. four billion
B. six billion
C. ten billion
D. fifteen billion
30. It is pointed out in the passage that increase in the world population __________.
A. is expected to continue even faster until 2050 B. will not continue into the next century
C. has been going on noticeably since 1950
D. has been much faster in the industrialized countries
31. The phrasal verb “level out” in line 4 means __________.
A. to make something equal
B. to make amount be of higher level
C. to stop moving up or down
D. to stay at a steady level
32. It has been forecast that, by the middle of the twenty-first century __________.
A. various measures will have been taken to encourage population growth
B. the world population will be stabilized at around 10 to 15 billion


C. the population growth rate in less developed countries will be much higher
D. the rate of population increase will have doubled the 1950 rate
Name: ..............................................
KIỂM TRA MỘT TIẾT – LẦN 2 – HK1 (2016 – 2017)
Class: ...............................................
MÔN: Tiếng Anh 11 – CB

Nội dung đề số 482
I. Choose the best answer.
01. The lawn need mowing again.
A. repairing
B. making
C. bending
D. cutting
02. We took part in a sponsored walk _____ to support the poor.
A. organized
B. organizing
C. that organized
D. had organized
03. Each nation has many people who voluntarily take care _______ others.
A. of
B. on
C. to
D. in
04. The contest aimed to stimulate the spirit of learning English ________ students.
A. on
B. for
C. among
D. of
05. Such questions provide a useful means of _________ student’s interest.
A. expressing
B. encourgaing
C. stimulating
D. providing
06. Most students find English Competitions ________.
A. enjoying
B. enjoyment
C. enjoyed
D. enjoyable
07. He apologized _________ able to finish the project on time.
A. his colleagues not being
B. his colleagues for not being
C. his colleagues not to be
D. to his colleagues for not being
08. _________ all the rules, we started to play the game.
A. Having learnt
B. To have learnt
C. To learn
D. Learning
09. The populatiom of the world is growing at a dangerous __________.
A. amount
B. rate
C. figure
D. way
10. If the technology _______ available, we would be able to expand the business.
A. would become
B. were become
C. had become
D. became
II. Writing.
11. ‘If I had any money I’d buy you a drink’, she said to me.
 She told me ____________________________________________________.
12. “Let’s break for lunch,’ said Mathew.
 Mathew suggested _______________________________________________.
13. Stop talking or you won’t understand the lesson.
 If ____________________________________________________________.
14. “It was nice of you to invite me to your birthday party. Thanks very much,” Mai said.
 Mai thanked ____________________________________________________.
III. Choose a word in each line that has different stress pattern.
15. A. difficult

B. relevant

C. volunteer

D. interesting

16. A. support

B. suffer

C. suggest

D. succeed

IV. Choose the word in each group that has the underline part pronounced differently from the rest.
17. A. union
B. useful
C. under
D. university
18. A. reciting
B. spirit
C. stimulate
D. winner
V. Error identification.
19. The teacher congratulated him on get engaged.
A
B C
D


20. Let me know if you are intersted to take part on in the English Speaking Competition.
A
B
C
D
21. The population of the world has been increased faster and faster.
A
B
C
D
22. You had better learn a foreign language before apply for a job.
A
B
C
D
VI. Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
Instructors at American colleges and universities use many different teaching methods. Some instructors give
assignments every day. They grade homework. Students in their classes have to take many quizzes, a midterm exam,
and a final text. Other' instructors give only writing assignments. Some teachers always follow a course outline and
usually use the text book. Others send students to the library for assignments.
The atmosphere in some classrooms is very formal. Students call their instructors 'Professor Smith,' 'Mrs Jones,' and so
on. Some teachers wear business clothes and give lectures. Other classrooms have an informal atmosphere. Students and
teachers discuss their ideas. Instructors dress informally, and students call them by their first names. American teachers
are not alike in their teaching styles.
At most American colleges and universities, facilities for learning and recreation are available to students. Students can
often use type-writers, tape recorders, video machines, and computers at libraries and learning centers. They can buy
books, notebooks, and other things at campus stores. They can get advice on their problems from counselors and
individual help with their classes from tutors. Students can relax and have fun on campus, too. Some schools have
swimming pools and tennis courts. Most have snack bars or cafeterias.
23. According to the passage, instructors at American colleges and universities ___________.
A. do not grade homework
B. never follow a course ouline
C. teach in their own ways
D. do not give students quizzes and exams
24. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. American students can call their teachers by their first name.
B. The atmosphere in American classrooms is always relaxed and friendly.
C. American teachers are never allowed to dress informally.
D. The atmosphere in American classrooms is always formal.
25. The phrase 'business clothes' in the paragraph 2 can be understood as ______________.
A. clothes that only business people wear
B. trendy clothes
C. casual clothes
D. formal clothes
26. Students can buy books, notebooks, and other things at ________.
A. book store
B. maket
C. supermaket
D. campus stores
27. At most American colleges and universities, students can __________.
A. buy anything they want at campus stores
B. ask their counselors and tutors for advice
C. use computers that are linked to libraries
D. have tutors and counselors solve their problems
VII. Read the passage and choose the best answer.
The world’s population growth (28) ______ rose from about 1.5 percent per year from 1950 to 1951 to a peak of over 2
percent in the early 1960s due (29) _______ reductions in the numbers of deaths. After that, the rate started to drop
because of the rising age at marriage as well as increasing availability and use of effective contraceptive methods. Note
that changes in (30) _____ growth have not always been steady. (31)____ decline in the growth rate from 1959- 1960,
for instance, was due to the Great leap Forward in China. During that time, both natural disasters (32) ______ decreased
agricultural output caused China’s death rate to rise sharply and its fertility rate to fall by almost half.
28. A. number
B. rate
C. figure
D. divice
29. A. to
B. of
C. with
D. on
30. A. popular
B. populate
C. population
D. popularty
31. A. the
B. a
C. an
D. that
32. A. so
B. although
C. as
D. and


Name: ..............................................
KIỂM TRA MỘT TIẾT – LẦN 2 – HK1 (2016 – 2017)
Class: ...............................................
MÔN: Tiếng Anh 11 – CB

Nội dung đề số 737
I. Choose the word in each group that has the underline part pronounced differently from the rest.
01. A. cheese
B. children
C. chemical
D. teacher
02. A. mountain
B. ground
C. blouse
D. soup
II. Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
No one knows the limits of population that the earth can support. Thomas Malthus, an English economist,
developed a theory that became widely accpted in nineteenth century. He suggest that beacuse world
population tended to increase more rapidly than the food supply, a continual strain was exerted upon
available resources. Malthus cited wars, famines, epidemics, and other diseases as the usual limitations of
population growth.
With recent advances in science and technology, including improved agricultural methods and great
strides in medicine, some of the limiting factors in population growth have been lessened, with obvious
results. International organizations have put forward several recommendation to alleviate the problem of
overpopulation, including an increase in food production, general economic development in target areas,
and a decrease in birth rate. Most experts agree that it will be necessary to combine all three
recommendations in an effort to affect a lasting solution.
03. According to the passage, Thomas Malthus was ____________.
A. a China teacher
B. a Vietnamese famer
C. a Korea singer
D. an English economis
04. It was suggested by Thomas Malthus that ______________.
A. food was in short supply because of population increase
B. the raid growth of population led to an acute shortage of natural resources
C. Rapid population growth put a great strain on available resources
D. Pressures on natural resources will increase as we face a population explosion
05. Which of the following was not mentioned as the usual limitations of population growth?
A. wars
B. illiteracy
C. epidemics
D. famines
06. According to the passage, why has overpopulation been caused?
A. Improved technology B. Disasters
C. Scarcity
D. Precaution
07. What do most experts recommend in order to solve problems of overpopulation?
A. Famine and epodemic
B. Economic development and decline in birth rate
C. Medical advance and improved agricultural methods
D. Conservation of available resources
III. Choose the best answer.
08. Andrew told me that they ________ fish two _______ days.
A. have not eaten/ ago
B. had not eaten/ previous C. did not eat/ before D. would not eat/ last
09. She had never imagined beling able to live such remote countries.
A. faraway
B. foreign
C. friendly
D. desolate
10. I wouldn’t ________ of going to the party I hadn’t been invited to.
A. dream
B. intend
C. depend
D. rely
11. The greatest ________ of all is the World peace.
A. present
B. gilf
C. prize
D. award
12. We don’t have the ________ to update our computer software.
A. resources
B. funds
C. sources
D. origins


13. What would Tom do if he ______ the truth?
A. would know
B. knew
C. knows
D. had knowns
14. If I ______ to bed late last night, I ________ late for school now.
A. hadn’t go / wouldn’t been
B. hadn’t gone/ wouldn’t have been
C. hadn’t gone/ wouldn’t be
D. went/ would be
15. Nigeria has a population _______ nearly 100 milion.
A. in
B. of
C. for
D. about
16. They congratulated me on _______ the championship.
A. winning
B. win
C. had won
D. has been winning
17. This cheme could be _________ for people in low incomes.
A. advantage
B. advantaged
C. advantageous
D. disadvantaged
IV. Choose a word in each line that has different stress pattern.
18. A. apologize
B. difficulty
C. enjoyment
D. remember
19. A. voluntary
B. difficulty
C. hospital
D. volunteer
V. Error identification.
20.Thanks for the Internet, I can get information quickly and communicate with my friend and relatives.
A
B
C
D
21. He insisted on seeing the alien tommorrow.
A
B C
D
22. If I will make a difficult decision, I always discuss it with my friend.
A
B
C
D
23. Volunteers believe that some of the happy people in the world are those who help bring happiness to others.
A
B
C
D
VI. Read the passage and choose the best answer.
Each city has (24) ____ number of clubs (25) _______ boys and girls can go to play games. Some of
these clubs orgainse short trips to the mountains, beaches or other places (26)____ interest. Most of these
clubs use a lot of hight school and college student as (27) _______ because they are young enough to (28)
______ the problems of younger boys and girls.
24. A. the
B. an
C. a
D. Ø
25. A. who
B. which
C. whom
D. where
26. A. of
B. on
C. in
D. at
27. A. voluntary
B. volunteers
C. voluntarily
D. voluntarition
28. A. understood
B. understanding
C. understand
D. had understand
VII. Writing
29. “If I were you, I’d stop smoking,” she said to her brother.
 She advice her brother _________________________________________.
30. The wind is blowing hard, so we won’t take the boat to out for a ride.
 If _________________________________________________________.
31. “How high is the church?,” she asked me.
 She asked me ________________________________________________.
32. “Remember to pick me up at 6 o’clock tomorrow morning,” she said
 She reminded ________________________________________________.


Name: ..............................................
Class: ...............................................

Nội dung đề số 286
I. Read the passage and choose the best answer.

KIỂM TRA MỘT TIẾT – LẦN 2 – HK1 (2016 – 2017)
MÔN: Tiếng Anh 11 – CB

Spring School is (01) _____ informal school. It provides classes (02) ______ disadvantaged children in Ho Chi Minh City.
Around 30 streets children live and (03) _____ at the school and about 250 children with special (04) _______ from District 1
regularly attend classes.
The Organisation for Educational Development co-operated with Spring School to set up English classes in 1998. Dance,
theatre, singing and folk music classes were set up a year later. Children from these classes (05) _______ in fund raising
performances. They raise money to continue their English and performance Arts classes.
01. A. an

B. the

C. in

D. a

02. A. on

B. to

C. with

D. of

03. A. studying

B. will study

C. studied

D. study

04. A. diffcult

B. difficulties

C. diffcultly

D. difculty

05. A. come

B. take park

C. participate

D. interesting

II. Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
Along with jogging and swimming, cycling is one of the best all-round forms of exercise. It can help to increase your strength
and energy, giving you more efficient muscles and stronger heart. But increasing your strength is not the only advantage of
cycling. Because you’re not carrying the weight of your body on your feet, it’s a good form of exercise for people with
painful feet or backs. However, with all forms of exercise it’s important to start slowly and build up gently. Doing too much
and too quickly can damage muscles that aren’t used to working. If you have any doubts about taking up cycling for health
reasons, talk to your doctor and ask his/her advice.
Ideally, you should be cycling at least two or three times a week. For the exercise to be doing you good, you should get a little
out of breath. Don’t worry that if you begin to lose your breath, it could be dangerous and there must be something wrong
with your heart. This is simply not true; shortness of breath shows that the exercise is having the right effect. However, if you
find you are in pain then you should stop and take a rest.
06. According to the writer, it is best to go cycling ____________.
A. once a week
B. at least two or three times a month
C. at least two or three times a week
D. every day
07. All forms of exercise must be started ___________.
A. quickly
B. gradually
C. strenuously
D. violently
08. People with back problems might go cycling because ________.
A. it enables them to carry the weight of their body on their feet
B. it helps them to relieve their backache
C. it helps to make their backs become stronger
D. it does not make them carry the weight of their body on their feet
09. You should not worry about the shortness of breath because ___________
A. it is a sign of exercise having the right effect
B. it shows that you should stop and take a rest
C. it shows that there is something wrong with your heart
D. it is a sign of your getting rid of your heart problem
10. Which of the following is NOT included in the advantages of cycling?
A. Giving you a stronger heart
B. Increasing you strength and energy
C. Making you look younger
D. Giving you better muscles
III. Error identification.
11. I decided changing jobs because my boss makes me work overtime.
A
B
C
D
12. All the students are looking forward to go to the stadium to watch the football match.
A
B
C
D
13. I warned Ann again staying at the hotel near the airport.


A

B

C

D

14. Joyce thanked us inviting them to dinner and said that thay wanted to have us over for dinner next week.
A
B
C
D
IV. Choose a word in each line that has different stress pattern.
15. A. comfort
B. area
C. college
D. believe
16. A. performance
B. remember
C. celebration
D. participate
V. Writing.
17. If I’d known about Josie’s illness, I wouldn’t have missed seeing her.
A. I saw Joise, and I knew she was ill.
B. I didn’t know Joise was ill, so I saw her.
C. I didn’t know Joise was ill, and I didn’t see her.
D. I didn’t see Josie although I knew she was ill.
18. “You’re always making terrible mistakes,” said the teacher.
A. The teacher complained about his students making terrible mistake.
B. The teacher ask his students why they always made terrible mistake.
C. The teacher realized that his students always made terrible mistake.
D. The teacher warned his student not to make terrible mistake.
19. If/ you/ not help/ I/ not meet/ her/ last week.
A. If you don’t help me, I couldn’t meet her last week.
B. If you didn’t help me, I couldn’t meet her last week.
C. If you hadn’t helped me, I couldn’t meet her last week.
D. If you hadn’t helped me, I couldn’t have met her last week.
20. There was very little response to the charity appeal.
A. Nobody responded to the charity appeal.
B. Very little money was raised by the charity appeal.
C. Every body seemed to appeal to the charity.
D. They raised a lot of money from the charity appeal.
VI. Choose the best answer.
21. She wanted to know if I _______ Paul recently.
A. saw
B. have seen
C. had seen
D. would see
22. Thank you very much _______ lending me your bike.
A. about

B. in

C. for

D. of

23. A person who decides who has won a competition is called a(n) ____________.
A. judge
B. candidate
C. investigator
24. Although established not along ago, the Women’s World Cup is growing ____ popularity.

D. witness

A. on

C. in

D. with

C. to him come

D. that he comes

C. of

D. with

C. international

D. internationally

B. of

25. Do you have any objection ______ to stay with us?
A. to his coming

B. to he comes

26. Lack _____ food had stunted his growth.
A. in

B. for

27. Her first novel has been _______ acclaimed as a masterpiece.
A. nation

B. national

28. Some scientists say that there are enough resources to ________ 8 billion people.
A. limit

B. support

C. change

D. use

29. _______ is limitation of the number of children born.
A. Population
B. Resource
C. Birth rate
D. Birth control
30. John and his wife were thinking of _________ the nice house near the supermaket.
A. buy
B. buying
C. have bought
D. will buy
VII. Choose the word in each group that has the underline part pronounced differently from the rest.
31. A. humorous
B. plumber
C. confuse
D. unique
32. A. wrong
B. whose
C. white
D. whole


Name: ..............................................
KIỂM TRA MỘT TIẾT – LẦN 2 – HK1 (2016 – 2017)
Class: ...............................................
MÔN: Tiếng Anh 11 – CB

Nội dung đề số 435
I. Error identification.
01. If my mother were here, I’m sure she won’t let you eat all those chocolates.
A
B
C
D
02. My father was thinking of buying this white house near my school.
A B
C D
03. Only 10 percent of the earth’s land can be used for farm and another 20 percent for raising animals.
A
B
C
D
04. Each national has many people who voluntarily take care of others.
A
B
C D
II. Read the passage and choose the best answer.
The hobby I like most is playing my guitar. My uncle, (05) ______ is an accomplished guitarist, taught me
how to play. Now I can play a few simple tunes. I have begun to sing while playing (06) ______ guitar, but I
have not been (07) ______ at this. My uncle tells me that all I need to practice regularly and I should be able
to do it. He is very good (08) ______ accompanying people singing with his guitar and I (09) ______ him
very much.
05. A. whom
B. which
C. whose
D. who
06. A. a
B. an
C. the
D. no article
07. A. successful
B. happy
C. interested
D. excited
08. A. at
B. for
C. with
D. from
09. A. hate
B. admire
C. dislike
D. like
III. Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
The Asian Games owes its origins to small Asian multi-sport competitions. The Far Eastern Championship Games
were created to show unity and cooperation among three nations: Japan, the Philippines and China. The first
games were held in Manila, the Philippines in 1931. Other Asian nations participated after it was organized.
After World War II, a number of Asian countries became independent. Many of the new independent Asian
countries wanted to use a new type of competition where Asian dominance should not be shown by violence and
should be strengthened by mutual understanding. In August 1948, during the 14 th Olympic Games in London,
Indian representative Guru Dutt Sondhi proposed to sports leaders of the Asian teams the idea of having
discussions about holding the Asian Games. They agreed to form the Asian Athletic Federation. A preparatory
committee was set up to draft the charter for the Asian amateur athletic federation. In February, 1949, the Asian
athletic federation was formed and used the name Asian Games Federation. It was decided to hold the first Asian
Game in 1951 in New Delhi, the capital of India. They added that the Asian Games would be regularly held once
every four years.
10. The Far Eastern Championship Games were created to show unity and cooperation among three nations: _______.
A. Japan, Vietnam and Philippines
B. Thailand, India and Japan
C. Japan, Philippines and China
D. Japan, Philippin and USA
11. Where was the firist Far Eastern Championship Games?
A. Manila, Philippines
B. Macau, China
C. Ha Noi, Viet Nam
D. New York, USA
12. When was the first Asian Games held?
A. 1921
B. 1931
C. 1941
D. 1951
13. After World War II, a number of Asian countries became ___________.
A. dependent
B. rick
C. poor
D. independent


14. How often were the Asian Games held?
A. Every two years
B. Every four years
IV. Choose the best answer.

C. Every four months

D. Every ten years

15. The manage __________ the men to turn to work immediately.
A. insisted
B. ordered
C. demanded
D. suggested
16. No one can prevent us from ___________ good things.
A. to do
B. do
C. done
D. doing
17. To participate _______ the contest, you must be under 25 years old.
A. in
B. at
C. for
D. about
18. If you ______ to my advice in the first place, you wouldn’t be in this mess now.
A. listen
B. will listen
C. had listened
D. listened
19. “Is Marry still here?” “No. She was the first ___________”.
A. leaving
B. that she left
C. to leave
D. in leaving
20. The children were warned _________ in lake without an adult present.
A. not swim
B. not to swim
C. not swimming
D. to not swim
21. Most students are interested _____ the annual English Speaking Contests.
A. on
B. with
C. in
D. at
22. I’ve heard a lot about Dr. James, and I’m looking forward __________ his talk tomorrow.
A. hear
B. hearing
C. to hear
D. to hearing
23. A _________ fashion show is a great way to raise money for a worthwhile cause.
A. raising-fund
B. fund-raising
C. fund-raise
D. funding-raise
24. People are now raising money for flood victims.
A. sending
B. collecting
C. paying
D. making
V. Choose the word in each group that has the underline part pronounced differently from the rest.
25. A. when
B. who
C. where
D. which
26. A. limit
B. figure
C. iron
D. billion
VI. Choose a word in each line that has different stress pattern.
27. A. support

B. repeat

C. increase

D. expect

28. A. recite

B. organize

C. apologise

D. participate

VII. Writing.
29. Peter: “How often do you go to school?”
Harry: “__________.”
A. Every day except Sunday
B. I go there early
C. I don’t think so
D. I go there by bus
30. “Let me pay for the coffee. I really want” Jenny said.
A. Jenny is asked to pay for the coffee.
B. Jenny suggested paying for the coffee.
C. Jenny insisted on paying for the coffee.
D. Jenny told me to pay for the coffee.
31. He/ found/ park/ be/ difficult/ that/ city.
A. He found that to park was difficult in that city.
B. He found that parking is difficult in that city.
C. He found that parking was diffcult in that city.
D. He found that to park was diffcult in that city.
32. “If I were you, I wouldn’t buy that phone,” she said.
A. She said that if she were I, she don’t buy that phone.
B. She say that if she were me, she wouldn’t buy that phone.
C. She said that if she were me, she wouldn’t buy that phone.
D. She said that if she were me, she wouldn’t bought that phone.




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