Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 8 Unit 13 FESTIVALS có đáp án (4)

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Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 8 Unit 13 FESTIVALS có đáp án (4)

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Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 8 Unit 13 FESTIVALS có đáp án (1)

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Bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 8 Unit 13 FESTIVALS có đáp án (2)

I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.

1. a. sunbathe           b. taste                       c. water                     d. teammate

2. a. river                  b. pottery                  c. plumber                d. fetch

3. a. husk                  b. urge                       c. rub                         d. jumble

4. a. council              b. about                     c. without                  d. thrghout

5. a. design               b. custom                  c. saint                       d. description

II. Choose the word or phrase that best completes each unfinished sentence below or substitutes for the underlined word or phrase.

6. These computers are made_______Australia.

a. in                            b. from                      c. of               d. by

7. The —— festival is a festival in which people have their bulls fight against each other.

a. whale watching                                        b. bull-fighting

c. mountain-climbing                                 d. ice skating

8. The teacher told_____ us talk.

a. not to                     b. not                         c. don’t          d. didn’t

9. The -ing form of ‘sit’ was spelled a double t.

a. with                       b. by                          c. without      d. of

10. We used to go and fetch milk the farm.

a. from                       b. at                            c. to                d. in

11. Jane had the waiter ____ her some tea.

a. bring                      b. brings                    c. to bring     d. brought

12. The fish has gone.

a. has left                  b. has happened       c. has moved            d. has disappeared

13. James told me why he went home early two days _____.

a. before                    b. ago                         c. following  d. previous

14. The journey from the airport to the university about an hour and a half.

a. spends                   b. takes                      c. want           d. passes

15. Vietnam is a country that exports a lot of rice.

a. sells and transports goods to another country

b. buys goods from another country into one’s own country

c. plants something in the ground and looks after it

d. produces something

III. Choose the words or phrases that are not correct in Standard English.

16. Vietnam’s New Year is officially know as Tet Nguyen Dan, or Tet. BC

17. Basil explained me that he was going to visit his aunt the next day.

                     A              B                                C                 D

18. I had the gardener planted some trees.

         A   B                    C                 D

19. I have to fetch the children at school at 4 o’clock.

         A                  B                C             D

20. He has repeatedly urged the government doing something about this.

           A                               B                         C                        D

IV. Choose the word (a, b, c, or d) that best fits each of the blank spaces.

Tet is a national and (21) _____ festival in Vietnam. It is occasion for every Vietnamese to be reunited to think (22)____their past activities and hope for good luck (23)____the, year to come.

Before Tet all houses are white washed and (24) _____with yellow apricot flowers and colorful lanterns. Everybody is looking (25)_______to a more favorable life. (26)_____ the New Year’s Eve, children are smartly dressed. They are hoping to (27) _____ money put in small red envelopes as they are wishing longevity to their grandparents and parents. Wrong doings (28)____be absolutely avoided on these days.

21. a. traditional                  b. modern                 c. music                    d. summer

22. a. about                           b. to                           c. after                      d. for

23. a. in                                 b. at                           c. on                          d. when

24. a. decorate                     b. decorates              c. decorating                        d. decorated

25. a: at                                 b. for                          c. after                       d. forward

26. a. In                                 b. At                           c. On                          d. When

27. a. receive                        b. buy                                    c. sell                         d. make

28. a. should                         b. need                      c. ought                     d. have

V. Read the following passage and choose the item (a, b, c, or d) that best answers each of the questions about it.

Different cultures have different ways of celebrating the new year. Most of these customs are observed to bring good luck.

On New Year’s Eve in Mexico, people wait for the clocks to strike midnight. At the first sound of the bells, people begin to eat grapes. They must eat 12 grapes before the bells ring 12 times.

In the South of the United States, people eat black-eyed peis on New Year’s Day. Some people think you have to eat 365 peas to have good luck every day of the new year.

In Greece, people throw old things such as plates, glasses, and even furniture out of the window on New Year’s Day.

observe (v) tiến hành

29. What do they do on New Year’s Day in Mexico?

a. They wait for the clocks to strike midnight.

b. They eat grapes.

c. They try to eat 12 grapes before the bells ring 12 times.

d. no information

30. What do they do on New Year’s Day in the South of the United States?

a. They eat black-eyed peas.

b. They eat grapes.

c. They throw old things out of the window.

d. no information

31. What does the word ‘they’ in line 5 refer to?

a. The American                  b. The Greek                                    c. The Mexican        d. The Vietnamese

32. What does ‘such as’ in line 9 mean?

a. however                            b. for example                     c. instead of              d. as soon as

33. Which of the following is not true?

a. Different cultures have the same way of celebrating the new year.

b. People believe that the customs will bring good luck.

c. On New Year’s Eve, the Mexican begin to eat grapes at 12 p.m.

d. In the South of the United States, people try to eat 365 black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day.

*. LISTENING COMPREHENSION

1. Listen and fill the oval A, B, or C indicating your choice.

13.1 The topic of the dialogue is about _______.

A. a celebration

B. a good crop

C. an anniversary

13.2 Which of the following activities is not included in this dialogue?

A. Folk dancing.

B. Swinging.

C. Sack jumping.

13.3 They’re talking about _____.

A. saints of the children

B. Santa Claus

C. fat jolly men

13.4 Christmas carols _______.

A. are always the same

B. are renewed every year

C. are all old songs

13.5 They’re talking about winners of

A. a rice-cooking contest

B. a fire-making contest

C. a sporting contest

2. Listen and Jill in the blanks.

The Harvest Moon (13.6) ____takes place in the (13.7)____during a full moon, and (13.8)___________the end of the harvest, a break in the cycle of (13.9) ____. In our country, the (13.10) ____is held on the (13.11) ______day of the eighth month in the lunar (13.12)____calendar, which means it tends to fall in (13.13)___, however, some years it falls in early (13.14)___. That evening, the (13.15)____gathers together for a banquet, often held at (13.16) ______, and for gazing at the full moon (13.17) _____. In our culture, the round shape of the moon symbolizes unity of the (13.18) ______. Because this festival is so family-oriented, even faraway members make a point of returning home for the event. You could think of it as a Thanksgiving. As this festival focuses on harvesting and living off the land, it’s no surprise that (13.19) ______surrounding it are filled with animal symbolism. Butterflies, curiously, represent longevity. A boiled crab or shrimp signifies merriment. Even lanterns used for this festival often take the shape of (13.20) _______.

TEST 4

I. 1c                   2d                   3b                   4d                   5a

II. 6a                   7b                   8a                   9a                   10a                 11a                 12d               13a                 

14b                15a

III. 16b                17a                 18c                 19c                 20c

IV. 21a                 22a                 23a                 24d                25d                26c                 27a                28a

V. 29d                30a                 31c                 32b                33a

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