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Chúng tôi biên soạn “Bài tập Tiếng Anh 9 — Không đáp án” dùng kèm với “Tiếng
Anh 9” cùa Nhà xuất bản Giáo dục Việt Nam với sự hợp tác của Tập đoàn Xuất ban Giáo dục
Pearson, và dành cho học sinh lớp 9 ở bậc Trung học Phổ thông.

Chúng tôi tập trung biên soạn các dạng bài tập nhàm phát triển năng lực giao tiếp bằng
Tiếng Anh thông qua kĩ năng nói. đọc, viết, trong đó có chú ý đến tâm lí lứa tuổi cùa học sinh
lóp 9.
Bài tập dành cho mồi đon vị bài học bao cồm:
*> Phần A: Phonetics (Ncữ âm)
*> Phàn B: Vocabulary & Grammar (Từ vựng & Ngừ pháp)
*> Phần C: Reading (Đọc)
❖ Phần D: Speaking (Nói)
❖ Phần E: Writing (Viết)
♦> Hai bài kiêm tra: Test 1 & Test 2 (mồi bài kiêm tra gồm 50 câu hòi với bài tập phát
trien các kĩ năng trên)
Các bài “Test Yourself’ giúp học sinh tự kiểm tra những nội dung kiến thức, và rèn
luyện các kĩ năng sau mỗi 3 don vị bài học.
Các bài tập trong “Bài tập Tiếng Anh 9 — Không đáp án” đa dạng, phong phú, bám
sát từ vựng, ngừ pháp và chủ đề trong sách giáo khoa “Tiếng Anh 9” của Nhà xuất bản Giáo
dục Việt Nam và Tập đoàn Xuất bản Giáo dục Pearson.
Chúng tôi hi vọng răng “Bài tập Tiếng Anh 9 — Không đáp án” sẽ là một tài liệu tự
học hữu ích cũng như một phưong tiện hỗ trợ tốt cho việc rèn luvện. nâng cao trinh độ Tiếng
Anh cho học sinh lớp 9.
Mặc dù đã có nhiều cô gắng trong việc biên soạn, song không thê tránh khỏi thiếu sót.
Chúng tôi rất mong nhận được những đóng góp quý báu cua các bạn dồng nghiệp và các em
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Tác giả

Underline the content words that are stressed in the following sentences. Practise reading
the sentences aloud.
1. This tour takes you to the outskirts of Hue.
2. During their stay in Hanoi, most tourists insist on a trip to Van Phuc Silk Village.
3. Banh chung of Tranh Khuc Village is famous for its distinctive flavour.
4. Cao Thon craft village in Hung Yen is among the largest incense-making villages in Viet
5. Nhat Tan peach flowers have become a brand of Ha Noi.
6. Pomelos from Phu Dien Village in Ha Noi is the most famous for its special taste.

7. For Hmong women, traditional clothing consists of an outer garment with a colorful and
decorative collar.
8. Not only domestically famous, products of the village have been in many countries around
the world.
[)-Fill in each blank with the correct form of the verbs from the box.




1. Every region has a different quality of clay, varnish color._________________and burning

technique in pottery making.
2. Recently. Southeast Asia's largest bronze statue of the Buddha erected in Bai Dinh
pagoda was________________by artisans from Van Diem bronze village.
cocoon silk was one of the women’s chores 3,000 years ago.
4. At the beginning of the 20lh century, Vietnamese artists used lacquering techniques to
draw and________________pictures for decorations.
5. In the early 20th century, most houses, beds, and household were ___________ from
bamboo and rattan.
6. With only needles and colorful rolls of thread, craftswomen _____________________ silk
pictures, usually of natural wonders such as birds, plants, or landscapes.
7. Conical hats are___________by using young palm leaves along a circular bamboo frame.
8. In Dong Ho Village (Bac Ninh) or Sinh Village (Hue), the painter who_________________
the folk picture is a craft village farmer.
II)-Match some famous Dong Ho paintings with their themes. Write the answer in each
1. The Hen and Her Chicks
2. The Trung Sisters
3. Thuy Kieu

A. moral sayings
B. laughing at the ceremonious and
complicated rites of the elite of the time
C. patriotism

4. Master Toad
____ 5. The Rat's Wedding

D. an image of prosperity
E. a humorous attack against polygamy

6. Jealousy (showing a husband
and his second w'ife
threatened by his first wife)

F. making fun of the scholars who recited
sentences all day that they had learned by

III (-Match the most well-known traditional
craft villages in Viet Nam with their short
descriptions. Write the answer in each blank.

A. Tan Chau Village. An Giang Province
B. Tranh Khuc Village. Ha Noi c. Bat
Trang Village. Ha Noi
D. Vong Village. Ha Noi
E. Van Phuc Village, Ha Noi
F. Dong Ho Village, Bac Ninh Province
G. Dinh Yen Village. Dong Thap
H. Ọuat Dong Village. Ha Noi
I. Chuong Village. Ha Noi
J. Yen Thai Village {also Buoi Village). Ha Noi
There are many embroidery villages in Vietnam, but this village in Thuong Tin District
has the highest quality embroidery products.




Situated on the bank of Nhue River, about 10km southwest of Ha Noi Old Quarter, the
village is famous for its traditional weaving and premium quality silk products.
The province which is home of endless rice fields and stunning lotus ponds is the place
where a handicraft village is located that is famous for its woven sedge mats.
The 500-vear-old ceramic making village is located about 10 km away from Ha Noi to
the right side of the Red River. There you can find beautiful ceramics and the makers.
From the 15th century, it was well-known in ancient Thang Tong Citadel for making
various kinds of paper especially poonah-paper. often used by the royals and kings.

6. _____________________________________________________________________________________________

It has been famous for a type of folklore painting. These paintings have been crafted
since the 16lh century and were traditionally hung during the Tet Festival.
Located in Thanh Oai District, this village is well-known for its special product —
conical hats made of palm leaf.

Its black silk is highly valued and widely appreciated for its special softness, durability.
Clothes made from its silk bring those who wear it comfort since it is cool in hot weather
and w arm in the cold.


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Green sticky rice is a delicacy that is made only in autumn and loved by all Vietnamese.

It is famous for making k‘banh chung". a typical square, sticky rice cake for the Lunar New
Year in Viet Nam. The cake produced here is famous for its distinctive flavour.

-Fill in each blank in the sentences with the correct word from the box.





1. To make a banh chung cake, four or five______________________of dong leaves are used
as the wrapping of the dumpling, with the green blade of the outside leaf turned outward.
2. Musk-incense_________________is a 100-year-old traditional craft in Cao Thon Village,
Hung Yen.
3. Cu Da Village in Thanh Oai. Ha Noi is proud of the long history of vermicelli making,
which have been passed down for_____________________.
4. Hmong women of Y Linh Ho Village near Sa Pa are reviving the traditional skills of batik
and__________________in order to make handicraft products for income.
5. Visiting Doi Tam Village in Duy Tien. Ha Nam. you will have opportunities to study the
secret of the_____________________of drum making.
6. Stretching a(n) ______________________ is the most difficult task because it requires
craftsmen's skills to assess the sound.
7. Most Vietnamese well know the saying. “Nga Son mats, Bat Trang ceramics” which
signifies the_____________________of these two locations.
8. Cho Lau rice paper cake is delicious because the _____________________to prepare and
make it must follow strict production steps, as well as the secrets of mixing flour.
9. Tuy Loan rice paper is famous, thanks to the__________________from grandparents, and
grandchildren's promotion.
10. Go Cong altar cabinets are widely known for their nice shape, high-quality wood, and


Cho Lau is a small town of Bac Binh District located north of Binh Thuan Province.
Tuy Loan Village is in Hoa Phong Commune. Hoa Vang District. Da Nang.


-Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using
the word given in brackets in the correct form,
1, The traditional handicraft villages used to accept the fact that there was a shortage of
investments and human resources, (face)
2. Farmers can earn enough money from traditional handicrafts as they are free between
harvests. (live)

Bai tap Tieng Anh 9 - 7

3. People in the community often have a friendly relationship with one another so that they
can follow the same craft, (get)
4. In the future, some traditional handicraft cooperatives will have no more wood to make
wooden furniture, (run)
5. After the trip, you return to the harbor to take a boat trip to Hoi An. (come)
VI)-Make a complex sentence from each pair of sentences. Use the subordinator
provided and make any necessary changes.
1. Many craft families stopped their business. There is the economic crisis in the world,

2. Dong Ho paintings are simple. These pictures reflect a typical characteristic of Vietnamese
labourers, (although)
3. Three villages were chosen for the pilot project. The Asia Foundation had worked with
local authorities, (after)

4. We do not have many handicraft products that are well-known abroad. There are thousands
of craft trades nationwide, (though)

5. The craft village must also meet environmental requirements. It wants to develop craft
village tourism, (so that)
6. Viet Nam began integrating into the international economy a few decades ago. Production
in craft villages developed strongly, meeting demand for domestic decoration, and
construction, (when)

7. At the age of over 80, the artisan is instructing the craft to his grandchildren. He wants them
to preserve this ancient craft, (so that)


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8. The workers have taken several steps to whiten the palm leaves. They sew together the
leaves and the rings, (after)
9. The conical hat has several useful functions. It protects the wearer’s head and face from
sunlight or rain, and it also works as a handy fan on hot summer days, (because)
10. Local people in Thanh Ha pottery village near Hoi An continue following their craft. There
isn’t enough support for maintaining the old traditions and skills, (although)

-Read the passage, and decide whether the following statements are true (T), or
false (F).
Bau True pottery items are made from clay from the
Quao River mixed with sand. Clay is collected from the
river only once a year, each lasting for half a month. Clay is
taken more or less depending on the ability of each person.
In the clay collecting season, local people try to take as
much clay as they can to store, for use in the entire year.
Currently, people in Bau True pottery village still make
pottery items in the traditional way. They do not use the
wheel but the craftsmen have to turn around the products. The potters shape their products by
skillful hands and feet around a pole-round pillar, rather than on the wheel. From this step, silky
clay block initially gradually forms a smooth rounded hollow blocks, then the formation of
flower vases, or water pots.
Bau True’s craftsmen use wet cloths to make the product surface smooth. These items are
decorated with seashells, snails or hand-made paintings featuring the daily life of Bau True’s
1. Clay can be collected from the Quao River all year round.

2. Bau True pottery is famous because people only use fine clay to make their

3. People still make the pottery in the traditional way.

4. Craftsmen shape the pottery items only with their hands and feet.
5. The pots nowadays are shaped on the potter’s wheel.

6. Craftsmen use simple ways to make the product surface smooth.

7. The craftsmen’s skills can make the blocks of clay become lively and useful.

8. The designs of Bau True pottery reflect the life of local people.

Bài tâp Tiéng Anh 9 - 9


-Read the passage, and do the tasks that follow.
Bat Trang Pottery Village
Bat Trang. a traditional porcelain and pottery village with history of seven centuries, is an
interesting attraction in Ha Noi that tourists should not ignore.
Located in an area rich in clay, the village has advantage of ingredients to create fine
ceramics. Moreover, lying beside the Red River, between Thang Long and Pho Hien, two
ancient trade centers in the north of Viet Nam during

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the 15th-17th centuries. Bat Trang“ s ceramics were favourite products not only in the domestic
market, but also foreign ones thanks to Japanese. Chinese and Western trading boats that passed
In the 18ihand 19th centuries, due to restricting foreign trade policy of Trinh, Nguyen
dynasties, it was difficult for pottery products in Viet Nam to be exported to foreign countries,
and some famous pottery-making villages like Bat Trang. or Chu Dau (Hai Duong province)
went through a hard time. Since 1986. thanks to economic reforms and development, more
attention has been paid to the village and the world gets a chance to know more about
Vietnamese porcelain through many high quality exported Bat Trang's ceramic products.
Bat Trang ceramics are produced for daily household use (bows. cups, plates, pots,
bottles...), worshipping, or decoration purposes. Nowadays, the pottery artists bring into
ceramics many innovations in production techniques, and creativity in products' features, so
many new products have been made, and even daily household items may have the beauty like
decoration ones.
Visiting Bat Trang. tourists can visit Bat Trang Porcelain and Pottery Market where they
can directly make pottery products by themselves. Many youngsters and foreign tourists are
interested in this pottery-making experience, and spend a whole day in the market making a
souvenir for their families or friends.
Task I: Match a won! in column A with its definition in column B, writing the answer in each


1. rich (adj)
2. domestic (adj)
3. restricting (adj)
4. innovations (n)

A. of or inside a particular country
B. limiting a certain activity
C. new ideas or methods
D. containing a lot of something

false (F).


Many Japanese. Chinese and Western trading boats came to
th Pho Hien during the 15 th and 17lh centuries.
Artisans in Bat Trang village have always kept the traditions
without any changes.
Bat Trang village has been the only centre of pottery in the
north of Viet Nam for centuries.

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true (T)



7. Political policies have had influence on the development of pottery and ceramic crafts.
8. Tourists may have experience of making pottery pieces by themselves.

-Read the passage, and do the tasks that follow.
Cham Brocade Weaving Village

The brocade weaving craft of Cham ethnic people in Mv Nghiep not only carries the traditional
beauty of brocade but also fills with the typical Cham cultural value with original designs and
variable products such as: sarong, shawl, hat. overcoat...
©______________________ _____________________________

1 ocated at about 10km south of Phan Rang City. My Nghiep Village belongs to Ninh Phuoc
and it is the only traditional brocade weav ing of Cham people in Ninh Thuan. According to
local people. Polnuga King was a famous artisan who created this craft and taught villagers
about the spinning and weaving since the 1 1th century.
Long time ago. My Nghiep villagers planted cotton for materials,
used spate and Chum Bau trees and thin mud for dyeing materials,
and used simple looms to make quality products and artistic flower
designs on fabric. Their products have been sold to Cham people
as well as other neighbouring inhabitants.
Through many ups and downs, the brocade w eaving of the Cham
people has been well developed. Visiting My Nghiep village, you
will have chance to see the skillful hands of weavers and artisans
to make sophisticated brocade products such as skirts, coats,
scarves, table cloths, bed covers, belts... with different designs.


You will be attracted by the original and natural designs and colours. Each brocade is almost
unique because of the creation and sudden inspiration of My Nghiep villagers It is very easy to
notice the ideas and sentiments of Cham people in each brocade to create a typical Cham
cultural message to pass down from generation to generation.
The harmony combination of tradition and modem helps brocade get a strong foothold in local
and international markets. In recent years, there are more and more tourists coming to My
Nghiep village. Especially, foreigners are very keen on the sarong which is a formal dress of
ancient King and Queen w’ith sophisticated designs and made by soft fabric material.

Bai tap Tieng Anh 9 - 11

Task 1. Match the headings with the paragraphs.

A. The distinctive features of My Nghiep brocade
B. The way to make traditional products
C. Present status of the craft
D. Introduction to the village
E. Efforts to keep the traditional craft
F. Location and its origin
Task 2: Match a word in column A with its definition in column B, writing the answer in each


1. looms
2. ups and down
3. sentiments
4. foothold
5. message
6. sarong

A. a strong position
B. gentle feelings
C. a long piece of thin cloth which is worn wrapped around
the waist
D. the idea that you want to make someone understand
E. equipment that is used for making cloth
F. a mixture of good and bad things

Task 3. Read the passage again, and answer the questions.

1. Who taught Cham people the brocade weaving craft?
2. What were the materials of making brocade?
3. What are the typical products of My Nghiep village?
4. What makes their products unique?
5. What is the message that Cham people want to pass down to future generations?
6. Which product are foreigners very interested in? Why?

I) -Complete the conversation about a one-day field trip to traditional craft villages,
using the responses (A-H) given.
A. You’ll know about the way they make the paper, the way to make the paint and also
talk with the artisans.
B. Dong Ho village is in Thuan Thanh district of Bac Ninh province, over 30 kilometres
east of Ha Noi, and Dong Ky village is in Tu Son town, Bac Ninh, not far away from
Dong Ho.


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C. Well, I have worked something to present to our
class for discussion at the next meeting.
D. I think the paintings reflect the hope for a
peaceful, happy and prosperous life in the coming
E. I think we'll visit Dong Ho painting village in the
morning and Dong Ky carpentry village in the
F. They make many beautiful products with nice carving pictures on them.
G. The trip also provides you a short break out of Ha Noi to enjoy fresh air, tranquil
scenery of rice-paddy fields.
H. After that, we’ll have lunch with the foods and drinks that we have already brought


Our form teacher said that our class would have a one-day field trip to some
traditional craft villages next month. Have you had the plans yet. Mi? You’re the class
Where will we go, Mi?
Sounds interesting. Where are they? I’ve heard about them already, but I’m not sure.
I’ll think our class should gather at our school gate at about seven o’clock. We should
set off early...
Right. I think it’s from seven to half past seven. It takes us one hour to get to Dong
Ho Village by coach. (4)_________________________________________________


I enjoy fresh air in the countryside. Are Dong Ho paintings very popular during the
Tet festivals, Mi?
I think so, Nick. (5)_______________________________________________|______


What will we do first in Dong Ho village?
There you will visit a workshop to see the special paintings made by the artists.



Sounds interesting. I’ve heard about some Dong Ho’s famous paintings, such as
“catching coconuts”, “mice wedding” and “jealousy”.

Bai tap Tieng Anh 9 - 13

And after a short rest after lunch, we'll head to Dong Ky Village.
Of course. This is the most famous carpentry village in Viet Nam. (8)___________
___________________________________________. At about three o'clock in the
afternoon, we'll get on the coach to come back to Ha Noi.
It will definitely be a very interesting field trip. I can't wait...


II) -CompIete the conversation about the revival of a traditional craft village, using the
responses (A-.J) given.
A. We've had many large-scale foreign and domestic tours, as well as many other small
group visits.
B. Our cooperative tries to export our products to foreign markets, such as Europe. Japan
or America.
C. Many families in the village are abandoning this ancient craft, with young people
looking for jobs in the cities.
D. First, the government and some international organizations have worked with local
people to develop new economic and employment opportunities for traditional craft
villages in Bac Ninh province.
E. My entire family as well as many others has been producing the same jars and pots for
F. Cooperatives are still a potentially important source of employment in many rural
G. The challenge is that Phu Lang has to adapt to the modern economy, and we have to
make new. market-oriented products.
H. We designed activities to identify and utilize local resources, and to develop
management structures, products, marketing, and facilities.
Hello. Brother Giang. Would you tell us about the revival of the traditional craft in
y our village of Phu Lang, Bac Ninh province? Is that right?
Giang: That's it. Ours is a traditional ceramic handicraft village about 30km north of Ha
Noi. (1)______________________________________________________________
Phong: Have you got any problems?
Giang: Business is increasingly bad: plastic and steel household products from China and
Thailand have reduced the demand for ceramic goods. (2)_____________________


But you've decided to stay in your village. Can you tell me the reason?
I want to get over the challenge. (3)________________________________________


How could you get over the challenge?


Sounds good. Have you had any plans to make it come true?
Of course. (5)_________________________________________________________


Awesome. 1 think tourism is also a good way to help you sell more products


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