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UNIT 9- UNDERSEA WORLD
I. Choose the word or phrase that best completes each sentence:
1. I ……………swimming everyday if I lived by the sea.
A. wiil go
B. would go
C. go
D. went
2. She tries to ………. all obstacles and finally succeeded in her career.
A. challenge
B. provide
C. include
D. overcome
3. Don’t worry! It is only a ………. injury and you ‘ll get better soon.
A. minor
B. major
C. serious
D. heavy
4. If you need any ……. Information about our project, please contact this
telephone number.
A. far
B. less

C. further
D. farther
5. How the ancient Egyptians built the Great Pyramid remains a…………..
A. stake
B. sample
C. surface
D. mystery
6. She had ………… awful day that she feft depressed.
A. so
B. such an
C. such
D. too
7. I haven’t seen Mary ………. Last Christmas.
A. for
B. in
C. at
D. since
8. Thousands of letters from the fans ………… to Messi every month.
A. send
B. are sending
C. are sent
D. have sent
9. He controls a thousand employees, all of ………… must obey his orders in
business.
A. whom
B. who
C. that
D. which
10. There is no one ……….. wishes peace.
A. that
B. but
C. who
D. whom
11. It will not be long ……….. we can have a trip to the moon.
A. that
B. after
C. until
D. before
12. About …. Of the employeesin that advertising company are in their twenties.
A. four-fifth
B. four-fifths
C. fourth-fifths D. four-fives
13. He wouldn’t be so self-confident if he ………….. the truth.
A. knows
B. knew
C. known
D. will know
14. “I’m going to get engaged on Saturday.” “……………………..”
A. That’s right.
B. Thank for your attention.
C. Congratulation!
D. It’s a nice idea!
15. “Oh, sorry. I forgot to bring your book again!.” “………………….”
A. It doesn’t matter.
B. There’s no need to do so.
C. Don’t worry. Accidents happen!
D. I’d rather you knew it.
16. Some marine creatures are very small, while others are oversized.
A. too big
B. very dangerous C. very fast
D. very tiny


II. Pronunciation:
A. Stress:
1. A. beneath
B. marine
C. current
D. maintain
2. A. satellite
B. Pacific
C. mystery
D. oversized
B. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently:
3. A. challenge
B. changing
C. children
D. chemical
4. A. gulf
B. surface
C. bumper
D. number
III. Find a mistake in each sentence:
1. Marine life would be in danger if the biodiversity were not maintaining.
2. We young people ought to contribute our efforts for building our country.
3. The boss wouldn’t get so angry with you if you get more work done.
4. Keeping calmly is the secret of succeeding in any examination.
IV. Rewrite the second sentence so that it has the same meaning as the first one:
1. I’m so tired that I can’t concentrate properly.
If I………………………………………………
2. He advised me not to eat too much red meat.
“ You ………………………………………..”, he told me.
3. I don’t have any money now, so I can’t lend you any.
If ………………………………………………..
4. People ought to ban all nuclear weapons.
All nuclear weapons should ………………………


UNIT 10: CONSERVATION
I. Pronunciation:
1. A. peer
B. seek
C. cheer
D. veer
2. A. beard
B. smear
C. rear
D. bear
3. A. diaper
B. manage
C. advent
D. average
4. A. measure
B. pleasure
C. leisure
D. pressure
5. A. machine
B. choice
C. cheap
D. change
II. Vocabulary:
1. destroying or being destroyed: d………………
2. the movement of sth around a closed system: c………………………
3. remove sb or sth that is not wanted or needed: e………………..
4. the natural world: land, air, water in which people, animals and plants live:
e…………………….
5. the protection of the natural world: c………………………
III. Rewrite the sentences in the passive:
1. Sue knocked the vase to the floor.
The vase………………………………………………..
2. The parents are taping the children’s song now.
The children’s song…………………………………….
3. I will buy a new computer next week.
A…………………………………………………………
4. Mr Snow hasn’t taught that course since 2000.
That………………………………………………………..
5.The voters are going to decide that issue.
…………………………………………………………….
IV. Choose the best answers:
1. Plants and trees ……………… an important part in the circulation of water.
A. make
B. do
C. get
D. play
2. This college provides a wide …………. of courses for students.
A. variety
B. supply
C. circulation
D. environment
3. Hydroelectric dams ……………. power for homes and industries.
A. give
B. take
C. provide
D. eliminate
4. The poor man finally ………….. of lung cancer.
A. was died
B. has been died
C. is died
D. died
5. He didn’t want to wake everybody up, so he walked into the room …………
making a sound.
A. by
B. without
C. for
D. from
6. Everyday, we read about the damage people are doing to the environment.
A. progress
B. harm
C. project
D. flood


7. Find a mistake:
It is reported that about 5000 species of plants and animals are eliminating
each year.
8. Find a mistake:
The earth is being threatened and the future looks badly.
9. Find a mistake:
He prefers living on the farm than living in the city.
10. Find a mistake:
The teacher was pleasing with the result of his students’ work.
V. Read the passage and choose the best answer for each sentence:
Endangered Species
When an animal’s habitat or living space, is destroyed by humans, the animal
can become an endangered species. Endangered species are kinds of animals that
could face extinction (all members of their species dying out) if something is not
done to change the way that humans are interacting with them. As human
populations increase, more and more space is needed for people. Construction
projects are pushing animals out of areas where generations of their ancestors
have lived the whole lives.
Forest and swamp habitats are especially threatened. Trees are cut down for
home and business construction projects, and swamps are filled in so that
neighbourhoods can expand as the number of people continues to increase in
certain areas.
To prevent tne extinction of animals because of their loss of habitat, humans
have to become more conscious of animals’ populations when considering
building and expansion projects. Even if a different option may not be as
convenient as using the land occupied by animals, but the survival of the animals
need to be taken into consideration, too. Better planning and an awareness of how
human actions affect animals populations can go a long way toward making sure
a diverse animal population will be here for future generations to enjoy.
1. Endangered species are kinds of animals that……………………….
A. are still in large numbers
B. are in danger of extinction
C. become more and more popular D. have very good habitats
2. One os the causes that are pushing animals out of their habitats is…………
A. human interacting
B. human space
C. human construction
D. animals’ populations
3. It is true that……………………………….
A. the number of animals is increasing
B. the habitats of animals are becoming larger
C. human space is becoming smaller
D. the number of people is increasing


4. According to the writer, people should ……………………
A. be aware that their actions can affect animals
B. do more building and expansion projects
C. use the land occupiedby animals
D. cut down trees for home and business construction


UNIT 11: NATIONAL PARKS
I.
Choose the best answers:
1. Her house is very convenient. It is ………… near to the office where she
works.
A. established
B. found
C. visited
D. located
2. The Orphanage in Nairobi National Park is the place where ………….
animals are looked after.
A. extinct
B. conserved
C. abandoned D. dangerous
3. I hadn’t seen her for ten years, but I ………… her at once.
A. recognized
B. established
C. surprised
D. survived
4. That town has a ……………. climate. It is neither very hot nor very cold.
A. tropical
B. extreme
C. harsh
D. temperate
5. I ……… you if you had told me about your problem.
A. will have helped
B. would help
C. would have helped D. would be helping
6. If you ………. earlier, you’d have met Mr Gibson, our old teacher.
A. have come
B. would have come
C. came
D. had come
7. If Mary ………. here now, she would make us a good dinner.
A. would be
B. were
C. has been
D. had been
8. This book, a few pages…………..are missing, is of no use.
A. of which
B. which
C. of that
D. with which
9. This is the most delicious meal I ………………
A. eat
B. am eating
C. have eaten
D. ate
10. When I first went camping, it took me a night or two to get used to
………….in a tent.
A. sleep
B.sleeping
C. slept
D. be sleeping
II. Pronunciation:
A. Stress:
1. A. tropical
B. orphanage
C. temperate
D. abandon
2. A. chemical
B. animal
C. dependent D. different
B. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently:
3. A. threaten
B. feature
C. reader
D. weaken
4. A. wilderness
B. wildlife
C. children
D. hillside
III. Complete the sentence with the correct form of the word in brackets:
1. Air and water …………….is a serious problem for most big
cities.(pollute)
2. It is believed that our……………resources are running out
quickly.(nature)


3. Many women go to work to be financially …………..of their
husbands.(depend)
4. Many people are suggesting that the lotus should be chosen as
the…………..flower.(nation)
IV. Finish the second sentence so that it has the same meaning as the first one:
1. She didn’t feel well, so she didn’t go to work that day.
If………………………………………………..
2. Tom got bad marks because he didn’t study hard.
Tom would…………………………………….
3. She’s nice to talk to.
It’s nice……………………………………………
4. He returned to his native village when the war ended.
After…………………………………………………
5. If you hadn’t met him, you could have left your message.
Unless…………………………………………………….
VI. Read the passage and then answer the questions below it:
Yosemite National Park was established on October 1st 1890, and is the
Nation’s third oldest national park. The park was established for the purpose of
preservation of the resources that contribute to its uniqueness and attractiveness.
Congress recognized the importance of preserving this great park for future
public enjoyment when it established Yosemite National Park. Yosemite Park is
a showcase of spectacular geological features, including the greatest
concentration of granite domes in the world and the largest exposed granite
monolith in the world.
1. When was Yosemite National Park established?
2. Is it the Nation’s only oldest national park?
3. Why was the park established?
4. What is it famous for?


UNIT 12: MUSIC
I. Put the following words into the correct categories.
race, rote, recycle, center, music, bus, because, advice, sight, zoo, slow,
reason, amaze, concert, cousin, prize, price, works, caves,
/s/ ______________________________________________
______________________________________________
/z/ ______________________________________________
______________________________________________
II. Complete the sentence with the appropriate word(s) from the box.
musicians
anthem rock 'a' roll
emotions mournful band
delighted
solemn composed lyrical integral
lulled
1. Tien Quan Ca is the national ……….. of Viet Nam.
2. These songs were ………. by Schubert.
3. The sound of rain falling soon
him to sleep.
4. ……… is a type of music that was popular in the 1950s.
5. There . are some intensely ………. passage in his first symphony.
6. Music is often played in weddings, funerals, and ……… occasions.
7. John Lennon is one of my favorite………………….
8. Home visits by staff are an ……… part of the service.
9. I was ……… to see my old friends again.
10. Love, joy, hate, fear, and jealousy are all.........................
11. Robbie William was in a …… called Take That before he became a solo
artist..
12. She was still ..................six month after her father's death.
III. Complete the passage with the appropriate words.
Elton John, an English pop singer and piano (1) …….., is known
wearing unusual clothes and large colorful glasses. He has been popular (2)
……… the 1970s and his most successful (3) …….. have included. Your
song (1970), Rocket man (1972), Don't go breaking ray Heart (1976) and
Sacrifice (1989). He was a friend of Diana, Princess of Wales, and played
and (4) ..........a special version of his song Candle in the Wind at her
funeral (5) ……... This immediately (6) …… the most successful record of
all time, with all the profits going to a special charity set (7)…….. in
memory of Princess Diana. Elton John was (8) ………. a knight in 1998.


IV. Complete the sentence with a suitable verb in the list, using to
infinitive or in order/ so as (not) + to-infinitive: admire, reduce, cut,find,
remember, listen, lose, make, miss, take, protect, wake up, complete, be,
avoid.
1. I am going on a diet …………. weight.
2. The President has a team of bodyguard ……….. him.
3. Mike hid behind the tree ………… by his friends.
4: We took off our boots ………. the floor dirty.
5. We wrote Betty's name on the calendar ………… her birthday.
6. The government took these measures …………. crime.
7. The staff are working at weekends ………… the project in time.
8. She gave up her job ………….. care of her mother.
9. I shut the door quietly ………… the baby.
10. She took a bus ……… late.
11. He turned on the radio ………… to the news.
12.After dinner we drove to the top of a hill outside the city ………. the
sunset.
12. Leave early ……….. the bus.
13. I carried the knife carefully ………. myself.
14. We went to the countryside ………… being disturbed by the noise of the
city.
V. Choose the correct answer:
1. The school boys are in a hurry not to / in order not miss their school bus.
2. They were talking in whispers so that/ so as nobody could hear them.
3. My mother needs a tin opener to open/ for opening the bottles.
4. Advice is given in order that/ in order to students can choose the best
course.
5. You may put your money in a small coin bank so that / in order to keep it
safe.
6. We wrote Katie's name on the calendar so as not to/ so that not forget her
birthday
7. 'She stayed at work late in order to/ so that she could complete the report.
8. I need some new clothes. I haven't got anything nice to wear/ in order to
wear.
9. The new paint . is excellent to cover/ for covering walls with cracks in.
10. Trees are being planted by the roadside so as to reduce/ in order that
reducing traffic noise.


VI. Make questions for the underlined words/ phrases in the following
sentences.
1. Jackson will captain the team if Nick isn't available.
____________________________________________________
2. My sister is a pianist.
____________________________________________________
3. I often listen to classical music to relax my mind.
____________________________________________________
4. The Bach concert lasted four hours.
____________________________________________________
5. We prefer pop music to classical music.
____________________________________________________
6. There were about 90 to 100 people at the concert last night.
____________________________________________________
7. The concert last night was great.
____________________________________________________
8. My English teacher is very tall and blond.
____________________________________________________
9. My favorite musician is Trinh Cong Son.
____________________________________________________
10. The opera was first performed in 1992.
____________________________________________________
11. Music can help relax and feel rejuvenated.
____________________________________________________
12. We take a holiday once a year.
____________________________________________________
13. The concert is usually held at the university.
____________________________________________________


14. I like classical music.
____________________________________________________
VII. Choose the appropriate words to complete the passage.
In the 1960s, the Beatles were probably the most famous pop group in
the (1) ….. world. Since then, there have been a great many groups that have
(2) …… enormous fame, so it is perhaps difficult now to imagine (3)
………. sensational the Beatles were at the time. They were four boys from
the north of England and none of them had any (4) …….. in music. The
Beatles changed pop music. They were the first pop group to achieve great
(5) ………… from songs they had written themselves. After that it became
common for groups and singers to write their own songs. However, the
Beatles did not have a long (6) ………. Their first hit record was in 1963
and they split up in 1970. They stopped doing (7) ……… performances in
1966 because it had become too dangerous for them - their fans were so
excited that they surrounded them and tried to take their clothes as
(8)…………! However, today some of their songs (9) …………. as famous
as they were when they first came out. (10) …….. the world, many people
can sing part of a Beatles song if you ask them.
1. a. whole
2. a. made
3. a. what
4. a. training
5. a. wealth
6. a. job
7. a. direct
8. a. gifts
9. a. become
10.a. Throughout

b. most
b. achieved
b. when
b. teaching
b. success
b. profession
b. living
b. presents
b. remain
b. On

c. all
c.. found
c. why
c. playing
c. attainment
c. life
c. live
c. souvenirs
c. get
c. All

d. every
d. done
d. how
d. performing
d. failure
d. career
d. life
d. memories
d. turned out
d. For


UNIT 13: FILMS AND CINEMA
I. Circle the word that has the underlined letter(s) pronounced differently from
that/ those of the others.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

photo
orphan
magazine
zone
century
actor
character
high

form
enough
thousand
amaze
picture
violent
change
sigh

of
cough
scientist
busy
cinema
story
cheerful
weight

fiction
neighbour
musical
seizure
silent
listen
achieve
laugh

II. Complete the passage with the suitable words from the box.
comments
moustache

comic
knight

director
silent

combined
funny

character
big

Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977) was an English film actor and (1) ......... who did most of
his work in the US. Most people consider him the greatest comic actor of the (2) .......
cinema. He appeared in many of his films as the hest-known (3) .......... he created, a
poor man with a small (4).......... and trousers and shoes that are too (5) .......... for him,
causing him to walk in a (6) ........... way . He made many short (7) .......... films, such as
The Kid (1921), and several longer films, such as City Lights (1931) and Modern Times
(1936), which (8) ........comedy with social and political (9).............. He was made a
(10).......... in 1975
III. Choose the correct word.
1. At first I thought Jake was an interesting/ interested guy, but tonight I was boring /
bored with his company.
1.She has really learnt very fast. She has made astonishing/ astonished progress.
2.It was very disappointing/ disappointed not to get the job.
3.Philip was exceptionally annoying/ annoyed at Joanne's behaviour.
4.I thought the program on wildlife was fascinating/ fascinated. I was absolutely
fascinating/ fascinated.
5.We were thrilling/ thrilled to hear your good news.
6.It was really terrifying/ terrified experience. Afterwards everybody was very
shocking/ shocked.
7.The journey took all day and night. They found it very tiring/ tired.


9.Did Tim feel frightening/ frightened when he saw the snake at his feet?
10.Why do you always look so boring/ bored. Is your life really so boring/bored?
IV.Choose the correct answer:
1. 'Do you think Margaret will take the job you offered her'?' 'I don't know. She
seemed……. in it, however’.
a. interest
b. interesting.
c. interested
d. interestingly
2. 'The students all went to the circus yesterday.' I heard it was really ………….
a. amused
b. amusing
c. amuse
d. amusingly
3. I was ............ that Jan couldn't come to the party.' 'Her boss made her work overtime.'
a. disappointing b. disappointedly c. disappoint
d. disappointed
4. 'What a terrible football game!' I thought it was ………….
a. delightful
b. delighting
c. delight
d. delighted
5. 'How ....... we are to hear that you got the scholarship!' `Thank you. It was really a
surprise.'
a. pleasing
b. pleased
c. pleasingly
d. please
6. 'Professor Allen's class is the best I have ever been to." I think it's ...........
a. the most boring
b. the most boringly c. the most bored d. most bored
7. 'I can't believe that Jim is marrying the vice-president's daughter.' `That they would
get married is …….
a. surprised
b. surprisingly
c. surprising
d. surprise
8. 'How does Jane like her new car? 'She's ………. with it.
a. delighted
b. delighting
c. delight
d. delightful
9. 'This handmade cloth is beautiful.' 'To see such quality is ……………..
a. pleasing
b. please
c. pleased
d. so pleasantly
10. 'You look nervous.' This thunder makes me……
a. scary
b. scare
c. scaring
d. scared
11. 'The cabaret was amusing' `Claire was certainly ............ She couldn't stop laughing.'
a. amuse
b. amused
c. amusing
d. amusive
12. I think the way Jessica behaved was quite…………
a. shock
b. shocked
c. shocking
d. shockingly
V. Rewrite the following sentences, using It was not until…:
1. No one could leave the stadium until 2.30.
2. She weren't allowed to open her presents until her birthday.
3. We didn't have any holiday until last summer.


4. She didn't stop learning German until the age of 24.
5. I couldn't finish my project until Mark helped me.
6. I didn't sleep until midnight.
7. They didn't pay the bill until the electricity was cut off.
8. I couldn't comment further until I had all the information.
VI. Put in a/ an or the where necessary:
1. I don't usually like staying at .......... hotels, but last summer we spent a few days
at........... very nice hotel by ............ sea.
2……. tennis is my favorite sport. I play once or twice ........... week if I can, but I'm
not......... very good player.
3. I won't be home for ........... dinner this evening. I'm meeting some friends after
.........work and we're going to ........... cinema.
4. .......... unemployment is very high at the moment and it's very difficult for .........
people to find ............. work.
5. There was ........... accident as. I was going ............ home last night. Two people were
taken to .............. hospital. I think ............most accidents are caused by ............ people
driving too fast.
6. Carol is ........... economist. She used to work in ............ investment department of
.......... Lloyds Bank. Now she works for .....American bank in ............ United States.
7. A: What's ........... name of ...........hotel where you're staying?
B: ......... Imperial. It's in ........... Queen Street in ...........city center. It's near
..........station.
8. I have two brothers. ........... older one is training to be .........pilot with British
Airways. ............ younger one is still at………. school. When he leaves ............ school,
he hopes to go to................ university to study ............. law.
VII. Choose the correct answer to fill in each blank:
1 . 'Look outside. ........... sky is getting very dark.' `I hope there isn't going to be a
storm.'
a. A
b. The
c. θ
d. Some
2. I'd like to invite him to ...........dinner next week.
a. a
b. the
c. θ
d. an
3. 'I'm going out for a walk. Have you seen my shoes?' 'Yes, they're on floor in


..........kitchen.'
a. a/ the
b. the/ the
c. a / a
d. the/ a
4. 'Do you see the video store? I was sure it was on ......... Main Street.’ I think it's on
......... side street. but I'm not sure which one.'
a. the/ the
b. the/ a
c. a / θ
d. θ /a
5. 'Would you like
ice cream? There's one in ....... fridge.' 'Thanks.'
a. an/ the
b. an/ a
c. θ / the
d. a/ the
6. °We'd better go. We've been here for ..........hour.' 'That was.............. fastest hour I've
ever spent.'
a. a/ the
b. an/ the
c. an/ a
d. θ / the
7. Don't forget we're meeting on ............Friday for ............ lunch.
a. a/ a
b. a/ θ
c. θ / the
d/ θ / θ
8. 'I've got .........headache. I've had it all day' 'Why don't you go to
health center? It's open until six.'
a. a/ a
b. θ / the
c. a/ the
d. a/ θ
9. 'I've got some problems with my phone bill. ‘Can I see someone about it?’
‘ Yes, go to fifth floor, ...........lift is along the corridor.'
a. the/ A
b. the/ The
c. θ! A
d. the/ θ
10. 'Excuse me. I'd like to rent ........... new game.”
‘Here you are. Sega Genesis. Please take it to ............ cashier over there.'
a. a / the
b. the/ the
c. θ / the
d. a/ a


UNIT 14: THE WORLD CUP
I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently
from that of the others.
1. a. cup
2. a. general
3. a. musician
4. a. goal
5. a. knife
6. a. example
7. a. school
8. a. concert
9. a. globe
10. a. ticket

b. continent
b. dangerous
b. difficult
b. game
b. keyboard
b. excited
b. chemistry
b. score
b. organize
b. kick

c. competition
c. engine
c. special
c. gymnast
c. knee
c. existence
c. Christmas
c. picture
c. engineer
c. know

d. center
d. guest
d. ocean
d. group
d. knock
d. exactly
d. championship
d. compete
d. great
d. weak

II. Complete these sentences with the appropriate words.
1. I think the final ................. was 3-1.
2. The Czech Republic …………..Holland 2-1, so they are in the semi-final.
3. Bayern Munich ................ with AC Milan last night.
4. Thousands packed into the ................... to watch the final.
5. Many of the ........................ ran onto the pitch after the game.
6. Paris St German will play the ....................... of the game between
Barcelona and Roma.
7. With the victory over Germany in the final match, Brazil became team to
win the ...................... five times.
8. The 2006 World Cup was ...................by Germany.
III. Choose will or be going to with the following verbs: collapse, eat,
enter; explode, have, increase, paint, phone, re-open, retire, see, show, be
sick, walk.
1. Get out of the building! It sounds like the generator ...........................
2. Tim……………. early before he reaches 65. He mentioned it at the
meeting recently.
3. 'I think I .........................home across the park." 'That's a good idea.’
4. Next year, no doubt, more people ……………the competition as the prize
money increases.
5. “Can we meet at 10.00 outside the station?” “Okay. I………..you there.”


6. Don't sit on that bench. I ....................................it.
7.I'm not feeling well. In fact, I think. I ..........................................!
8.'Closed over the New Year period. This office ................... on 2nd January’
9. I'm sure you ............................... a good time staying with Richard.
10.We ......................... with Tim tonight. He's asked us to be there at 7.00.
IV.Choose the correct answer:
1. 'Excuse me, waiter! This isn't what I ordered. I ordered a chicken’.
`Sorry, sir. I ........ this back and get your salad.'
a. am taking
b. will take
c. am going to take d. take
2. 'Robert ............ famous someday. He has appeared in three movies ready.'
`I'm sure he .......... a star.’
a. will be/ will be
b. will be/ is going to be
c. is/ will be
d. is going to be/ will be
3. The Taylors ............ on a cruise around the Mediterranean to celebrate
50th wedding anniversary.
a. are going to go b. will go
c. are going
d. go
4. If coastal erosion continues to take place at the present rate, in another
year this beach ............ anymore.
a. doesn't exist
b. isn't going to exist
c. isn't existing
d. won't be
5. Scientists are predicting that the disease ......... over half a million over the
next ten years.
a. will affect
b. is affecting
c. is going to affect
d. is to affect.
6. ‘Could someone help me lift the lawnmower into the pickup truck’.
`I'm not busy. I .......... you.'
a. help
b. will help
c. am going to help d. am
7. 'Can I borrow your car?' `Sure. You can borrow the car provided that you
.......... it back be o’clock.'
a. bring
b. is bringing
c. will bring
d. brings
8. .......... anything tomorrow evening?' `No, I'm free. Why?'
a. Will you do
b. Are you doing
c. Do you do
d. Won't you do
9. 'Would you like tea or coffee?' 'Oh, I .......... coffee, please.'
a. am going to have
b. have
c. will have
d. am having
10. ………… you have a piece of cake'?' `Thank you.'
a. Do
b. Would
c. Can
d. Will
11. 'Well, I'd better hurry. My lesson .............. at half past seven, and it's


twenty five past now.' `OK. Let's go.'
a. starts
b. will start
c. is starting
d. is going to start
12. 'Why did you buy so many tomatoes`?' `I ......... a lot of spaghetti sauce.'
a. will make
b. am going to make c. make
d. am making
13. Although it is a problem only in Britain at the moment, I think it…….
the rest of the Europe soon.
a. affects
b. will affect
c. is going to affect
d. is to affect
14. The firework display, part of the city's centenary celebrations, ............
on the 21st August in Cannon Park.
a. will take place
b. is taking place
c. takes place
d. is going to take place
15. 'Wow! This suitcase is heavy,' `I ......... it for you. Give it to me.'
a. will carry
b. am carrying
c. am going to carry
d. carry
V. Choose the word or phrase that best fill in each blank.
Football is the most popular sport in Britain. (1) ......... amongst men. it
is played by boys in most schools. Most towns have an (2)......... football
which plays in a minor league. Football is also the most popular (3) ..........
sport in Britain. Many people go to see their favorite professional tem (4)
.............. at home, and some go to away matches. Many (5).............people
watch football on television.
1. a. frequently
2. a. unpaid
3. a. spectator
4. a. kicking
5. a. of

b. particularly
b. professional
b. audience
b. taking
b. the

c. exactly
c. amateur
c. viewer
c. running
c. rules

d. unskillful
d. observe
d. playing
d. more


UNIT 16: HISTORICAL PLACES
I.Using the comparative form of the adjectives:
1. Which metal is ………………, silver or gold? (hard)
2. Which animal is …………….., an elephant or a giraffe? (heavy)
3. Which city is ………………, Chicago or New York? (big)
4. Which is ……………., white rice or brown rice? (nutritious)
5. Which planet is …………..from the Earth: Mars or Jupiter? (far)
6. Which flavor of ice cream is ……………., vanilla or chocolate?
(popular)
7. Which food is ……………, a baked potato or a cup of cooked
rice? (fattening)
8. Which type of transportation is …………., the plane or the train?
(dangerous)
II.Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in brackets:
9. When I was at primary school, I was made to …………….a poem every
week.(memory)
10. His heart swelled with ……….as he stood watching his son graduate.(proud)
11. Are you sure that your opinions are…………….of all the workers
here?(represent)
12. It was hard work, but the sense of …………………..was great.(achieve)
13. These photos are very important……………..value.(history)
III.Choose the best answers:
1. New York was ……..a Dutch trading post.
A. recently
B. conditionally
C. originally
D. continually
2. Her name was skillfully ……………on the inside of the gold ring.
A. engraved
B. written
C. printed
D. placed
3. Scientists believe that the Universe came into ………….about fifteen billion
years ago.
A. achievement
B. tradition
C. memory
D. existence
4. If something is giant, it must be very ……………
A. small
B. beautiful
C. large
D. strange
5. I have …………..books as he has.
A. twice as many
B. twice many
C. twice more
D. as many twice
6. Learning to play the guitar well is not ………………it seems when you are a
Listener.
A. easier as
B. as easily as
C. so easy as
D. so easily as


7. “ I didn’t catch the train.” “You ………………it if you had hurried.”
A. had caught
B. might caught
C. could catch
D. could have caught
8. “Have you got a ticket?” “………………”
A. At the ticket office
B. Yes please
C. You’re welcome
D. Here it is
9. If Japanese is hard to learn, Arabic is even ……………
A. more hard
B. harder
C. most hard
D. hardest
10. Emma arrived at the party ………….later than Carol did.
A. much
B. more
C. very
D. most
IV. Pronunciation:
A.Stress:
1. A.establish
B. educate
C. existence
D. tradition
2. A. behaviour
B. talented
C. brilliant
D. festival
B. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently:
C. cultural
D. enthusiast
3. A. confucian
B. feudal
4. A. existence
B. exercise
C. excellent
D. except
V. Rewrite the sentences:
1. Tom is better at mathematics than Paul.
Tom is not……………………………..
2. The children have never made a longer journey than this.
This is……………………………………………………
3. We haven’t had dinner together for many years.
It’s many years……………………………………………
4. Is this the cheapest laptop you have got?
Have you got……………………………………………..?
5. Please don’t wear shorts into the temples.
Would you mind…………………………………………?


UNIT 9- UNDERSEA WORLD
I.Choose the word or phrase that best completes each sentence:
1. I ……………swimming everyday if I lived by the sea.
A. wiil go
B. would go
C. go
D. went
2. She tries to ………. all obstacles and finally succeeded in her career.
A. challenge
B. provide
C. include
D. overcome
3. Don’t worry! It is only a ………. injury and you ‘ll get better soon.
A. minor
B. major
C. serious
D. heavy
4. If you need any ……. information about our project, please contact this telephone
number.
A. far
B. less
C. further
D. farther
5. How the ancient Egyptians built the Great Pyramid remains a…………..
A. stake
B. sample
C. surface
D. mystery
6. She had ………… awful day that she feft depressed.
A. so
B. such an
C. such
D. too
7. I haven’t seen Mary ………. Last Christmas.
A. for
B. in
C. at
D. since
8. Thousands of letters from the fans ………… to Messi every month.
A. send
B. are sending
C. are sent
D. have sent
9. He controls a thousand employees, all of ………… must obey his orders in
business.
A. whom
B. who
C. that
D. which
10. There is no one ……….. wishes peace.
A. that
B. but
C. who
D. whom
11. It will not be long ……….. we can have a trip to the moon.
A. that
B. after
C. until
D. before
12. About …. Of the employeesin that advertising company are in their twenties.
A. four-fifth
B. four-fifths
C. fourth-fifths D. four-fives
13. He wouldn’t be so self-confident if he ………….. the truth.
A. knows
B. knew
C. known
D. will know
14. “I’m going to get engaged on Saturday.” “……………………..”
A. That’s right.
B. Thank for your attention.
C. Congratulation!
D. It’s a nice idea!
15. “Oh, sorry. I forgot to bring your book again!.” “………………….”
A. It doesn’t matter.
B. There’s no need to do so.
C. Don’t worry. Accidents happen!
D. I’d rather you knew it.
16. Some marine creatures are very small, while others are oversized.
A. too big
B. very dangerous C. very fast
D. very tiny


II. Pronunciation:
A. Stress:
1. A. beneath
B. marine
C. current
D. maintain
2. A. satellite
B. Pacific
C. mystery
D. oversized
B. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently:
3. A. challenge
B. changing
C. children
D. chemical
4. A. gulf
B. surface
C. bumper
D. number
III. Find a mistake in each sentence:
1. Marine life would be in danger if the biodiversity were not maintaining.
(maintained)
2. We young people ought to contribute our efforts for building our country. (to)
3. The boss wouldn’t get so angry with you if you get more work done.(got)
4. Keeping calmly is the secret of succeeding in any examination.(calm)
IV. Rewrite the second sentence so that they has the same meaning as the first
one:
1. I’m so tired that I can’t concentrate properly.
If I were not so tired, I could concentrate properly.
2. He advised me not to eat too much red meat.
“ You should not eat too much red meat.”, he told me.
3. I don’t have any money now, so I can’t lend you any.
If I had some money now, I could lend you some.
4. People ought to ban all nuclear weapons.
All nuclear weapons should be baned.


UNIT 10: CONSERVATION

I. Pronunciation:
1. A. peer
B. seek
C. cheer
D. veer
2. A. beard
B. smear
C. rear
D. bear
3. A. diaper
B. manage
C. advent
D. average
4. A. measure
B. pleasure
C. leisure
D. pressure
5. A. machine
B. choice
C. cheap
D. change
II. Vocabulary:
1. destroying or being destroyed: destruction
2. the movement of sth around a closed system: circulation
3. remove sb or sth that is not wanted or needed: eliminate
4. the natural world: land, air, water in which people, animals and plants live:
environment
5. the protection of the natural world: conservation
III. Rewrite the sentences in the passive:
1. Sue knocked the vase to the floor.
The vase was knocked to the floor.
2. The parents are taping the children’s song now.
The children’s song is being taped by the parents now.
3. I will buy a new computer next week.
A new computer will be bought next week.
4. Mr Snow hasn’t taught that course since 2000.
That course hasn’t been taught by Mr Snow since 2000.
5.The voters are going to decide that issue.
That issue is going to be decided by the voters.
IV. Choose the best answers:
1. Plants and trees ……………… an important part in the circulation of water.
A. make
B. do
C. get
D. play
2. This college provides a wide …………. of courses for students.
A. variety
B. supply
C. circulation
D. environment
3. Hydroelectric dams ……………. power for homes and industries.
A. give
B. take
C. provide
D. eliminate
4. The poor man finally ………….. of lung cancer.
A. was died
B. has been died
C. is died
D. died
5. He didn’t want to wake everybody up, so he walked into the room …………
making a sound.
A. by
B. without
C. for
D. from


6. Everyday, we read about the damage people are doing to the environment.
A. progress
B. harm
C. project
D. flood
V. Find a mistake:
7. It is reported that about 5000 species of plants and animals are eliminating
each year.(eliminated)
8. The earth is being threatened and the future looks badly. (bad)
9. He prefers living on the farm than living in the city.(to)
10. The teacher was pleasing with the result of his students’ work.(was pleased)
V. Read the passage and choose the best answer for each sentence:
Endangered Species
When an animal’s habitat or living space, is destroyed by humans, the animal
can become an endangered species. Endangered species are kinds of animals that
could face extinction (all members of their species dying out) if something is not
done to change the way that humans are interacting with them. As human
populations increase, more and more space is needed for people. Construction
projects are pushing animals out of areas where generations of their ancestors
have lived the whole lives.
Forest and swamp habitats are especially threatened. Trees are cut down for
home and business construction projects, and swamps are filled in so that
neighbourhoods can expand as the number of people continues to increase in
certain areas.
To prevent tne extinction of animals because of their loss of habitat, humans have
to become more conscious of animals’ populations when considering building
and expansion projects. Even if a different option may not be as convenient as
using the land occupied by animals, but the survival of the animals need to be
taken into consideration, too. Better planning and an awareness of how human
actions affect animals populations can go a long way toward making sure a
diverse animal population will be here for future generations to enjoy.
1. Endangered species are kinds of animals that……………………….
A. are still in large numbers
B. are in danger of extinction
C. become more and more popular D. have very good habitats
2. One os the causes that are pushing animals out of their habitats is…………
A. human interacting
B. human space
C. human construction
D. animals’ populations
3. It is true that……………………………….
A. the number of animals is increasing
B. the habitats of animals are becoming larger
C. human space is becoming smaller
D. the number of people is increasing


4. According to the writer, people should ……………………
A. be aware that their actions can affect animals
B. do more building and expansion projects
C. use the land occupiedby animals
D. cut down trees for home and business construction


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