Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 12 THE ASIAN GAMES có đáp án (1)
Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 12 THE ASIAN GAMES có đáp án (1)
Với mong muốn mang lại nhiều tư liệu hay, hữu ích đễ hỗ trợ quý thầy cô, các em học sinh trong giảng dạy và học tập, môn tiếng Anh 11, chúng tôi xin giới thiệu Bài tập tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 12 THE ASIAN GAMES có đáp án (1). Những bài tập trong BST này là các dạng bài tập bổ trợ, giúp các em học sinh ôn tập, củng cố lại kiến thức bài vừa học.
I. Circle the word that contain a different vowel sound in bold.
1. game decade place advance
2. gymnastics cycling rugby bodybuilding
3. special compete wrestling tennis
4. receive neighbor weight freight
5. rugby culture enthusiast multi
6. football shooting took good
7. host gold hope bronze
8. silver billiards variety official
9. great scream increase freestyle
10. recruit build guilty quick
II. Complete these sentences with one appropriate word.
1. The Asian Games take place every four years.
2. In this event, people from all over Asia gather together to compete in sports.
3. There were eleven countries taking part in the 1st Asian Games.
4. In the 14th Asian Games, the athletes competed in 38 different sports and won 427 gold medals.
5. Lewis established a new world record with a time of 9. 86 seconds.
6. Ly Duc won a gold medal in bodybuilding in the 14th Asian Games.
7. The 1st Asian Games were held in New Delhi, India in 1951.
8. The 14th Asian Games attracted 9,919 participants from 44 countries.
9. Swimming and water skiing are both aquatic sports.
10. Germany hosted the World Cup finals in 2006.
III. Match each of the following names of sports and games with the appropriate sports report.
A. Diving D. Motor Racing G. Cycling J. Football
B. Swimming E. Hockey H. Boxing K. Table Tennis
C. Athletics F. Volleyball I. Horse Racing
1. Johnny Law smashed the ball over the net. It hit the edge of the table and spun off a yard from Paul Ray's bat. The score was 17 all! K
2. Sevelano put his foot down and began to overtake the car in front. Two more laps and he would be at the finishing line. D
3. 'Penalty!' the referee shouted. Carlos Dominguez placed the ball carefully in front of the goal mouth and walked slowly back. Then he suddenly turned, ran and kicked. J
4. Newton College won most of the track events including the 100, 200 and 1,000 meters, but Atlanta were clearly on top in the field events, winning both the long jump and the high jump. C
5. Anna Eden scored a surprise victory in last night's competition when she beat Francesca Morrotti. Both riders pedalled as fast as they could but on the last gap Anna's legs were stronger and her front wheel was just in front of Francesca's at the finish. G
6. Mighty Emperor was five lengths in front of Sporting Boy as they approached the finishing post. The favorite, Wonderland, jumped badly at the last fence and almost threw the jockey. I
7. Morti stood on the top board for several seconds. Then he jumped high in the air, his body turning over and over before his head pointed downwards. He streched out his arms and entered the water without splash! A
8. Tamara Costache won both the women's 100 meters breaststroke and the women's 50 meters freestyle at the Sunbury Pool in Tokyo on Saturday. B
9. Joe Bullman caught Bill Wallace with a left hook to the jaw in the dosing seconds of Round 5. Wallace's knees folded under him and next moment he lay flat out on the 'canvas. Joe was the winner by a knock-out. H
10. It was an excellent serve. Ted threw the ball high in the air, jumped up and hit the ball' with his fist into the Aston court. It cleared the net by an inch or so. An Aston player tried to return it, hit it with palm of his hand, but the ball crashed into the net. F
11. There was a clash of sticks, and suddenly the ball was speeding across the Brinton goal. Hinkley seized her opportunity at once. She caught the ball with her stick and a moment later sent it crashing into goal. E
IV. Put brackets around the underlined relative pronoun if it can be omitted from these sentences.
1. We talked about the party which Sarah wants to organize for my birthday.
2. To get to Frank's house, take the main road that bypasses the village.
3. The paintings which, Mr Flowers has in his house are worth around £100,000.
4. Let's go through the main points that he made in his lecture.
5. He received a low mark for his essay, which was only one page long.
6. Mrs Richmond, who you met at the meeting yesterday, works in television.
7. Don is a friend who we stayed with in Australia.
8. In the shop window there's a sign that says ten per cent off.
9. The couple who live next to us have sixteen grandchildren.
10. There was little that we could do to help her.
V. What do you say in these situations? Complete each sentence with a relative clause.
1. Your friend lost some keys. You want to know if he has found them. You say: Have you found the keys you lost?
2. A friend is wearing a beautiful dress. You like it. You tell her: I like the dress (that/ which) you're wearing.
3. A friend is going to see a film. You want to know the name of the film. You say: What's the name of the film (that/ which) you're going to see.
4. You wanted to visit a museum. It was shut when you got there. You tell a friend: The museum (that/ which) I want to visit was shut when I got there.
5. You invited some people to your party. Some of them couldn't come. You tell someone: Some of the people (who/ whom/ that) I invited to the party couldn't come.
6. Your friend had to do some work. You want to know if she has finished. You say: Have you finished the work (that/ which) you had to do.
7. You hired a car. It broke down after a few miles. You tell a friend: The car (that/ which) I hired broke down after a few miles.
8. You stayed at a hotel. Tom had recommended it to you. You tell a friend: We stayed at a hotel (that/ which) Tom had recommended to us.
VI. Complete each of the sentences with who, whom, which, that, whose, where, when, why, what, whoever, whatever, wherever, whenever, whichever.
1. He didn't believe what I said which annoyed me very much.
2. Two men, neither of whom I had seen before, came into the office.
3. He's got a job in a new firm, where they don't work such long hours.
4. Have you got something that will get ink out of a carpet?
5. He was respected by the people with whom he worked.
6. He didn't know the foreign language, which made it difficult for him to get a job.
7. Micheal Croz, with whose help Whymper climbed the Matterhorn, was one of the first professional guides.
8. This is a letter from my father, who(m) we hope will be out of hospital soon.
9. Whichever one of you broke the window will have to pay for it.
10. During the performance there were moments when she found it difficult not to laugh.
11. I hope that whoever left this rubbish here is going to clear it away.
12. Whenever my neighbour is cooking there is a smell of burning.
13. I think the government should improve the health service, whatever the cost.
14. The reason why I didn't write to you was that I didn't know your address.
15. He said he was calling from Landsford Park, wherever that it