I. Choose the best answer.
1. If she _____ more slowly, I would have understood her.
|A. would speak||B. would have spoken|
|C. spoke||D. had spoken|
2. On Christmas Eve, children go to bed full _____ excitement.
|A .with||B. in||C. at||D. of|
3. I need _____ to look after my house while I am out next week.
|A. anyone||B. someone||C. everybody||D. none|
4. She said that if it _____ the next day, she _____ to see us.
|A. didn’t rain/ would come||B. doesn’t rain/ will come|
|C. hadn’t rained/ would have come||D. wouldn’t rain/ could come|
5. Getting lucky money is the _____ activity for kids on Tet holidays.
|A. exciting||B. popular||C. ripe||D. colored|
6. I haven’t spoken to _____ all day because I have a sore throat.
|A. someone||B. nobody||C. anybody||D. ones|
7. When people _____, they speak to God to give thanks or to ask for help.
|A. believe||B. try||C. entertain||D. pray|
8. Children’s day a _____ occasion that they often get presents from their parents.
|A. special||B. specially||C. specialize||D. specializing|
II. Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answer.
Since the earliest time people have celebrated the end of winter and the new life that spring brings. One of the most important Christian festivals is Easter, (1) _____ Christians remember the death of Jesus Christ.
Easter, however, is not the (2) _____ spring festival. In Sweden, people celebrate the end of the winter by making huge bonfires. Fire also plays an important part in the Hindu festival of Holi. In some villages, children are (3) _____ round bonfires by their mothers to protect them from danger in the coming year. Buddhists in Thailand soak each other in water when celebrating their New Year, which (4) _____ in the middle of April. In Antigua, they carpet the streets with flowers. Chinese spring parades are equally colorful, but (5) _____ flowers they have large dragon puppets which dance in the streets.
|A. which||B. when||C. because||D. by then|
|A. single||B. one||C. only||D. lonely|
|A. gone||B. carried||C. brought||D. run|
|A. occurs||B. appears||C. happens||D. falls|
|A. instead of||B. on behalf of||C. in spite of||D. place of|