Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.
Choose the best answer to complete the sentences by circling A, B, C or D
1. We ________ to each other since we left school.
The word “………………..” which comes from Chinese means “big wind”.
Isaac Newton was an English physicist ....... theory of gravitation isfamousthroughout the world.
Everyone took the test, ___________?
Tien Dung: - “How do you do? Binh: - “ _____ ”
Noo: - “That’s a very nice skirt you’re wearing
Chipu: - “ _____ ”
Put the verbs in brackets into the correct forms
1. What you (do) if today were Sunday?
Mai and Lan ( be) our friends since they moved here
A new stadium is going to ( repair) next year
It started to rain when we ( walk) to school yesterday morning
Give the correct form of the word in the brackets to complete each sentence.
1. The storm last week caused ________________ damage . (EXTEND)
Give me some ____________________ to support idea . (PROVE)
English is _____________ used in many country in the world. (WIDE)
There are some __________ circles in the fields in Great Britain. (MYSTERY)
Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word in the box to complete the passage.
It's important (1) ___to eat_____ well, especially when you're students. If you are at (2)_________, you may go home for lunch, and have a cooked meal of (3)__________or fish and vegetables. Or perhaps you take some food with you to school, and eat it in the lunch (4) _____. A chicken and lettuce sandwich, with some fresh (5) __________, would be a light but healthy lunch.
Read the passage below then answer the questions.
Nelson Mandela- Rolihlahla Mandela was born on July 18, 1918, in the tiny village of Mvezo, on the banks of the Mbashe River in Transkei, South Africa. "Rolihlahla" in the Xhosa language literally means "pulling the branch of a tree," but more commonly translates as "troublemaker."
At the suggestion of one of his father's friends, Mandela was baptized in the Methodist Church. He went on to become the first in his family to attend school. As was custom at the time, and probably due to the bias of the British educational system in South Africa, Mandela's teacher told him that his new first name would be Nelson.
When Mandela was 9 years old, his father died of lung disease, causing his life to change dramatically. He was adopted by Chief Jongintaba Dalindyebo, the acting regent of the Thembu people—a gesture done as a favor to Mandela's father, who, years earlier, had recommended Jongintaba be made chief. Mandela subsequently left the carefree life he knew in Qunu, fearing that he would never see his village again. He traveled by motorcar to Mqhekezweni, the provincial capital of Thembuland, to the chief's royal residence. Though he had not forgotten his beloved village of Qunu, he quickly adapted to the new, more sophisticated surroundings of Mqhekezweni.
1. Where was Nelson Mandela was born?
Nelson Mandela’s teacher told him that his first name would be Nelson Mandela, didn’t he?
Rewrite the second sentence in the way that its meaning stays the same as the first one.
1. She can’t visit Thailand if she doesn’t have a visa.
Bill has lost his car. He bought it last month
→ Bill ___
Although it rains heavily, Lan goes to school in time
→ In spite of_____
My father works very hard under the sun
→ I wish______
Long doesn’t do his test as well as Ha