Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 10 Unit 13: Films and Cinema

Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 13: Films and Cinema

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I/ Choose the word whose underlined part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:

1/ A. film B. history C. time D. still

2/ A. and B. call C. began D. at

3/ A. cinema B. existence C. sequence D. set

4/ A. developed B. used C. played D. enjoyed

5/ A. today B. position C. long D. from

6/ A. century B. but C. industry D. until

7/ A. scientists B. days C. films D. makers

8/ A. shown B. however C. now D. how

9/ A. ones B. pictures C. decades D. places

10/ A. motion B. position C. production D. decision

II/ Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:

1/ A. cinema B. rapidly C. photograph D. however

2/ A. history B. passage C. follow D. today

3/ A. century B. camera C. completely D. musical

4/ A. discover B. introduce C. beginner D. appearance

5/ A. sequence B. minute C. enjoy D. actor

6/ A. until B. story C. early D. motion

7/ A. existence B. replacement C. relation D. telephone

8/ A. character B. decision C. audience D. terrible

9/ A. position B. interest C. detective D. description

10/ A. industry B. probably C. Titanic D. fascinate

III/ Select the synonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:

1/ At that time scientists discovered that when a sequence of still pictures were set in motion, they could give the feeling of moment.

A. detected B. founded C. knew D. saw

2/ In the first two decades of its existence, the cinema developed rapidly.

A. stressed B. enlarged C. progressed D. ripened

3/ In the first two decades of its existence, the cinema developed rapidly.

A. smartly B. instantaneously C. strongly D. speedily

4/ They used changes of scene and camera positions to tell a story, with actors playing character parts.

A. makeup B. feature C. position D. figure

5/ In the early 1910s audiences were able to enjoy the first long films, but it was not until 1915 that the cinema really became an industry.

A. merely B. simply C. certainly D. shortly

6/ From that time, film makers were prepared to make longer and better films and build special places where only films were shown.

A. appointed B. equipped C. arranged D. trained

7/ The cinema changed completely at the end of the 1920s.

A. replaced B. traded C. swapped D. varied

8/ The change began in America and soon spread to the rest of the world.

A. advertised B. shared C. separated D. expanded

9/ As the old silent films were being replaced by spoken ones on the screen, a new cinema form appeared, the musical cinema.

A. sounded B. arose C. seemed D. emerged

10/ Jack Dawson is a young and generous adventurer.

A. lofty B. honorable C. plentiful D. bountiful

IV/ Select the antonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:

1/ The history of what we call cinema today began in the early 19th century.

A. lately B. late C. after D. next

2/ In the first two decades of its existence, the cinema developed rapidly.

A. leisurely B. sluggishly C. weakly D. shortly

3/ From that time, film makers were prepared to make longer and better films and build special places where only films were shown.

A. normal B. everyday C. unlimited D. unrestricted

4/ As the old silent films were being replaced by spoken ones on the screen, a new cinema form appeared, the musical cinema.

A. talkative B. vocal C. voluble D. deafening

5/ Find the words in the passage that can match with the definitions on the right column.

A. wrong B. false C. unhealthy D. left

6/ Jack Dawson is a young and generous adventurer.

A. petty B. small C. narrow D. meaningful

7/ The ship hits an iceberg and sinks rapidly.

A. saves B. improves C. escapes D. floats

8/ More than a thousand people die in the disaster, including Jack Dawson.

A. life B. exist C. bright D. increasing

9/ Titanic is a tragic love story film.

A. fortunate B. funny C. exciting D. interesting

10/ Stephen is driving a van full of vines.

A. hungry B. incomplete C. minimum D. empty

V/ Choose the best answer A, B, C or D for each sentence:

1/ A _______ is a famous cinema actor or actress.

A. filmgoer B. film director C. film maker D. film star

2/ A _______ is a book used in school containing text and questions and sometimes having spaces for a student to write answers in.

A. notebook B. workbook C. exercise book D. reference book

3/ The _______ of the bay is approximately 200 miles.

A. long B. length C. lengthy D. lengthen

4/ She's an extremely competent and _______ worker.

A. industry B. industrial C. industrious D. industrialize

5/ The _______ between the original book and this new film is very faint.

A. relative B. relation C. relationship D. related

6/ Our prices are _______ with those in other shops.

A. comparison B. comparative C. comparable D. comparably

7/ They didn't like my _______ that we should all share the cost.

A. suggest B. suggestion C. suggestive D. suggestible

8/ "Am I _______ you?" she asked anxiously.

A. bore B. bored C. boring D. boredom

9/ The restaurant turned out to be _______ cheap.

A. surprise B. surprised C. surprising D. surprisingly

10/ There's no _______ what she'll do if she finds out about this.

A. know-how B. knowledge C. knowable D. knowing

VI/ Select the best option to complete the sentences:

1/ Americans drive _______ third of _______ 400 million cars on _______ planet.

A. one-the-the B. a-X-the C. one-X-a D. a-the-a

2/ _______ you miss this train you can _______ catch the next one.

A. Because-often B. If-always

C. When-usually D. Unless-sometimes

3/ I thought I _______ him come in _______ we were having dinner.

A. hear-when B. look-while C. looked-when D. heard-while

4/ _______ I know likes the smell of bacon - _______ Mike does and he's a vegetarian.

A. Anyone-but B. No one-while

C. Everyone-even D. Someone-and

5/ _______ opportunity as good as this arises _______ in a lifetime.

A. A-before B. One-twice C. The-during D. An-once

6/ _______, I'd like to thank everyone _______ coming this evening.

A. Always-to B. Finally-for C. Often-by D. Lastly-with

7/ The dinosaurs died _______ 65 million years _______.

A. out-ago B. away-before C. down-after D. off-next

8/ As I have _______ mentioned, I doubt _______ we will able to raise all the money we need.

A. just-when B. finally-what C. recently-if D. already-that

9/ “_______ Emma's only worry was _______ her lipstick had smudged.” “Emma! What is she _______?”

A. Really-if-doing B. As usual-that-looking

C. Usually-what-such as D. Of course-whether-like

10/ _______, it's my turn to be served - I was _______.

A. Excuse me-next B. Sorry-after

C. Pardon me-following D. Hello-coming

VII/ Find the one mistake (A, B, C or D) in these sentences and then correct them:

1/ Does that book (A) tell (B) a story (C) of his life from (D) A to Z?

2/ Discovering (A) a therapy (B) for cancer is (C) one of (D) biggest challenges facing medical researchers.

3/ We think it's not (A) one good idea to spend many hours at (B) the wheel (= driving (C) a vehicle) without (D) a break.

4/ Do you agree that (A) an apple (B) a day keeps (C) a doctor (D) away?

5/ As (A) often as not when he (B) makes (C) an effort to visit his friend, he wonders (D) why he’s even worried.

6/ Satellite technology offers (A) the chance, as (B) ever before, (C) for continuous television coverage (D) of major international events.

7/ Every so (A) often he treats (B) him to (C) a meal in (D) a luxurious restaurant.

8/ (A) Sometime I take food (B) with me and (C) sometimes I buy food (D) when I’m there.

9/ (A) Seldom they receive (B) any apology when (C) mistakes (D) are made.

10/ (A) Hard had (B) a moment passed (C) before (D) the door creaked open.

VIII/ Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it:


Many (1) _______ people work on a movie. The producer finds money to (2) _______ the film, hires people to make the movie, and gets the movie to (3) _______. The director imagines how the film should look and guides the actors and the (4) _______ as they make the movie. Assistants help the producer and the (5) _______.

Screenwriters write an original (6) _______ for the movie, or they work with a story told in a book. (7) _______ play characters in the story. A music (8) _______ writes background music for the (9) _______.

Most members of the movie crew work behind the (10) _______. Designers make the sets and costumes. The camera crew (11) _______ the cameras that film the movie.

Dozens of short scenes have to be put (12) _______ after the filming is done. That is the job of the film editors. (13) _______ editors add background noises, such as honking horns in a (14) _______ on a busy street. In action films, stuntmen and stuntwomen often fill in for the actors and (15) _______ dangerous moves that could lead to injury.

1/ A. other B. another C. different D. various

2/ A. supply with B. send to C. give to D. pay for

3/ A. homes B. theaters C. schools D. markets

4/ A. crew B. actresses C. people D. film makers

5/ A. director B. editor C. actor D. writer

6/ A. letter B. book C. story D. word

7/ A. Assistants B. Producers C. Stunt men D. Actors

8/ A. writer B. composer C. editor D. actor

9/ A. book B. film C. play D. story

10/ A. sites B. places C. stages D. scenes

11/ A. runs B. buys C. sells D. operates

12/ A. another B. together C. one another D. each other

13/ A. Music B. Noise C. Sound D. Film

14/ A. chapter B. scene C. site D. spot

15/ A. act B. play C. perform D. do


I/ Match the attitudinal adjectives in column A with the appropriate definitions in column B:



1/ always

A/ almost never

2/ usually

B/ not often

3/ often

C/ frequently; many times

4/ sometimes

D/ not at any time or not on any occasion

5/ occasionally

E/ every time, all the time or forever

6/ seldom

F/ at any time

7/ hardly

G/ sometimes but not often

8/ ever

H/ on some occasions but not always or often

9/ never

I/ in the way that most often happens

10/ rarely

J/ only just; almost not

II/ Supply the correct form of the word in brackets:

1/ We are concerned with the physical and (psychology) _______ well-being of our employees.

2/ I'm trying to be more (adventure) _______ with my cooking.

3/ My most (embarrass) _______ moment was trying to introduce a woman whose name I couldn't remember.

4/ The prime minister denied that the new visa requirements were part of a (hide) _______ agenda to reduce immigration.

5/ We spent a (luxury) _______ weekend at a country hotel.

6/ (Tragic) _______, the side-effects of the drug were not discovered until many people had been seriously damaged by it.

7/ There is possibly less chance of another World War while the last one is within (live) _______ memory.

8/ Please give (generous) _______ to Children in Need.

9/ Paul's always very (smart) _______ dressed.

10/ The (discover) _______ of a body in the undergrowth started a murder enquiry.

III/ Fill in each gap with the most suitable preposition:

1/ They work _______ the night and sleep _______ day.

2/ They live _______ that old farmhouse _______ the hill.

3/ I've been _______ this job _______ thirty years, and I've picked _______ a good deal _______ expertise _______ the way.

4/ The improvement has been _______ the board, _______ all divisions either increasing profits _______ reducing losses.

5/ Her name comes _______ mine _______ the list.

6/ _______ AD 79 the city _______ Pompei was buried _______ a layer _______ ash seven metres deep.

7/ He's been _______ the department (= working _______ it) _______ 1982.

8/ She's _______ _______ the office _______ a few days next week.

9/ I felt frightened _______ the anger _______ his voice.

10/ _______ the top _______ the tower you could see _______ miles _______ the city.

IV/ Complete each sentence from 1 to 10 in column A with one of the endings from A to J in column B:



1/ The doctors say

A/ when she said they were getting divorced.

2/ Do you think

B/ that no one foresaw the crisis.

3/ Experts seem unable to agree

C/ whether he'll be able to come to the party or not.

4/ I never feel safe

D/ (that) it will take him a few weeks to recover.

5/ I couldn't believe my ears

E/ whether the drug is safe or not.

6/ As he watched the TV drama,

F/ he suddenly realized (that) he'd seen it before.

7/ It seems incredible

G/ (that) it was going to be a disaster.

8/ I just knew

H/ but he's nice and that's more important.

9/ He's not amazingly handsome,

I/ when I'm being driven by Richard.

10/ Simon isn't sure

J/ (that) you could get me some stamps while you're in town?

V/ Complete the passage with the correct article (a, an, the) or leave the blanks empty (X):

Motion Picture

Motion Picture, (1) _______ series of images that are projected onto (2) _______ screen to create (3) _______ illusion of motion. Motion pictures- also called (4) _______ movies, films, or (5) _______ cinema- are one of (6) _______ most popular forms of entertainment, enabling people to immerse themselves in (7) _______ imaginary world for (8) _______ short period of time. But movies can also teach people about (9) _______ history, science, human behavior, and many (10) _______ other subjects. Some films combine entertainment with instruction, to make (11) _______ learning process more enjoyable. In all its forms, cinema is (12) _______ art as well as (13) _______ business, and those who make motion pictures take great pride in their creations.

(14) _______ images that make up (15) _______ motion picture are all individual photographs. But when they appear rapidly in succession, (16) _______ human eye does not detect that they are separate images. This results from persistence of vision, (17) ________ phenomenon whereby (18) _______ eye retains (19) _______ visual image for (20) _______ fraction of (21) _______ second after (22) _______ source has been removed. Although we do not experience (23) _______ images as individual photographs, we do notice (24) _______ differences between them. (25) _______ brain then perceives these differences as motion.

(26) _______ Motion pictures are recorded using specially designed cameras that capture (27) _______ images on rolls of film. After being processed and printed, (28) _______ film is run through (29) _______ projector, which shines light through (30) _______ film so that (31) _______the images are displayed on (32) _______ screen. Most movies have accompanying sound.

This article concerns (33) _______ technical aspects of motion-picture production. For information about (34) _______ artistic and historical development of motion pictures and (35) _______ motion-picture industry.

VI/ Use the correct form of the verbs in brackets:

Screenwriters (develop) _______ original ideas for the screen or (adapt) _______ previously (write) _______ pieces of work as motion pictures. Adaptations (come) _______ from novels, stage plays, musicals, or many other sources. Screenwriters (work) _______ in two ways. They (commission) _______ (write) _______ a script or they (write) _______ a script on spec (short for “on speculation”), (mean) _______ that the screenwriter (hope) _______ that someone (like) _______ the independently (write) _______ script enough (buy) _______ the rights to it and (arrange) _______ for production. Once a screenplay (purchase) _______, the producer (decide) _______ (have) _______ it (rewrite) _______ either by the original writer or by new writers.

The first step in (write) _______ a script is (create) _______ an outline, which (be) _______ a one- or two-page description of the action or plot. This (follow) _______ by a treatment, which (be) _______ a (detail) _______ description of the film, (contain) _______ some passages of dialogue with all the scenes (sketch) _______ out and the subplots (develop) _______. Then the writer (begin) _______ the script itself, which (fill) _______ in all the details. It (set) _______ forth the time and place of the action, (describe) _______ the characters’ physical appearances, and (supply) _______ all the dialogue and action. Scripts also (indicate) _______ where cameras (position) _______ and what camera movements (occur) _______ while (film) _______. Scripts (indicate) _______ transition devices between scenes such as dissolves (when one image gradually (replace) _______ another), fade-ins (when an image gradually (replace) _______ the blank screen), fade-outs (when a blank screen gradually (replace) _______ the image), and straight cuts from one scene to the next.

VII/ Rewrite each sentence, beginning as shown, so that the meaning stays the same:

1/ There is one problem, the salary.

The salary _________________________________________________.

2/ There are no interesting programs on this week.

There is nothing _____________________________________________.

3/ Can’t you run faster than that?

Is that _____________________________________________________?

4/ We haven’t eaten this kind of food before?

This is _____________________________________________________.

5/ A lot of tea is drunk in China.

The ______________________________________________________.

6/ If people drive faster, it is more dangerous.

The ______________________________________________________.

7/ I think it is difficult to tell the truth.

The ______________________________________________________.

8/ Are you an excellent tennis player?

Can you __________________________________________________?

9/ Please do not leave the room all together?

Please leave the room one ____________________________________.

10/ I flew from Ho Chi Minh city to Ha Noi in one hour and 45 minutes.

It ________________________________________________________.

VIII/ Read the passage and statements below carefully, and then say whether the statements are true (T), false (F) or not given (N):


Lots of work has to be done before the filming begins. The producer and director plan how and when they will film each scene.

A movie is filmed scene by scene, and a scene is filmed shot by shot. The scenes are not usually filmed in the order that you see them in the movie. Sometimes the weather is bad and an outdoor scene cannot be filmed. Big, fancy sets take a long time to build. Scenes using these sets are often shot later even though you may see them at the beginning of the film.

When it is time to film a scene, the designers get the set ready. The actors run through their lines and movements. The director of photography arranges the lights. The camera operator checks camera angles for the shot. The sound crew sets up microphones.

The cameras roll. Each filmed shot is called a take. The director may ask for many takes before he or she is satisfied with the scene.

1/ Few work has to be done before they begin filming.

2/ The actors plan how and when they will film each scene.

3/ Lots of scenes are filmed in a movie.

4/ The scenes are usually filmed in the order that we see them in the movie.

5/ We can’t always film scenes outside.

6/ It takes a short time to build big, fancy sets.

7/ They often film these sets later.

8/ The actors help the designers get the set ready before filming.

9/ The lights are arranged by the director of photography.

10/ Microphones are set up by the camera operator.

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