I. Choose the word which stressed differently from the others.
|A. typhoon||B. public||C. broken||D. greedy|
|A. movies||B. planet||C. article||D. exist|
|A. regularly||B. economic||C. university||D. innovation|
|A. provide||B. persuade||C. earthquake||D. commercial|
|A. forecast||B. collapse||C. interest||D. dangerous|
II. Choose the best answer.
1. All the items will be displayed _____ this occasion.
|A. on||B. in||C. at||D. with|
2. The customer is keen _____ seeing the manager.
|A. of||B. on||C. in||D. about|
3. “I suggest fixing the old bike for him.” – “__________”.
|A. We will||B. Good idea||C. Yes, please||D. I’m afraid not|
4. You shouldn’t _____ him money because of his bad behaviors.
|A. lend||B. offer||C. borrow||D. lose|
5. I _____ up the bedroom when my friends arrived.
|A. cleaned||B. cleaning||C. are cleaning||D. was cleaning|
6. We smiled _____ when we heard the news.
|A. happy||B. happiness||C. unhappy||D. happily|
7. My father recently went back to the village _____ he was born.
|A. which||B. that||C. where||D. when|
8. She is really looking forward _____ part in the event again.
|A. to take||B. taking||C. to taking||D. for taking|
9. This man _____ yesterday for cutting down the trees in the forest.
|A. was fine||B. is fined||C. fined||D. was fined|
10. _____ the pollution in this river is bad, we can’t use the water to drink.
|A. Because of||B. Since||C. When||D. Although|
III. Find one mistake in each sentence by choosing A, B, C or D.
1. What about going to the pool and swim there?
|A. What about||B. going to||C. and swim||D. there|
2. How about walk to school instead of using motorbikes and buses?
|A. How about||B. walk||C. instead of||D. and|
3. If a lot of trees were cut down, the air will be polluted.
|A. were||B. down||C. the air||D. polluted|
4. He didn’t have enough time to study, and he failed the exam.
|A. enough||B. to study||C. and||D. failed|
5. If you don’t have respect for people, you can’t expect to have respect from their.
|A. If||B. respect||C. can’t||D. their|
IV. Choose the word (A, B, C, or D) that best fits each of the blank spaces.
There is much more water than land (1) _____ the surface of the earth. The seas and oceans (2) _____ nearly four-fifths of the whole world, and only one-fifth of (3) _____ land. If you traveled over the earth (4) _____ different directions, you would have to spend much more of your time (5) _____ on water than on roads or railways. We sometimes forget that (6) _____ every mile of land there is four miles of water.
There is much water on the surface of our earth that we (7) _____ to use two words to describe. We use the word seas (8) _____ those parts of water surface which (9) _____ only a few hundreds of miles wide, the word oceans to describe the huge areas of water which are thousands of miles wide (10) _____ very deep.
|A. in||B. on||C. from||D. over|
|A. covered||B. covering||C. cover||D. to cover|
|A. they are||B. its||C. it is||D. it’s|
|A. in||B. for||C. to||D. by|
|A. moving||B. to move||C. move||D. moved|
|A. on||B. in||C. within||D. for|
|A. must||B. should||C. have||D. would|
|A. describing||B. describes||C. to describe||D. describe|
|A. have||B. is||C. are||D. will be|
|A. then||B. also||C. but||D. and|