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Đề thi Tiếng Anh trình độ B1 theo khung Châu Âu

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B1 Level English Language Practise Test

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Một số đề thi khác:

I. READING
1 -10. Choose the correct answer to complete the sentence.
1. Tom doesn't like dancing, but Mike......................
2. Listen! Somebody......................for help.
3. Waiter! There......................forks on this table.
4. I have a test tomorrow, so I......................sit up late tonight to study.
5. An island on which......................is called a deserted island.
6. We wondered who......................to pay for the broken window.
7. Linda......................tie her shoes when she was only 3 years old.
8. John said that no other car could go......................his car.
9. A number of accidents in the last 2 years......................caused by drunk driving.
10. Perhaps people don’t like ......................tourists in their country.
11-15. Look at the text in each question. What does it say?
11. Whose textbook does Natalie want to borrow?
Question 11
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Question 12
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Question 13
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Question 14
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Question 15
16-20. Read the passage and answer these following questions.

A month ago I had no idea that on a Saturday afternoon in November I’d be hanging 30 metres above the ground and enjoying it. Now I looked down at the river far below me, and realised why people love rock-climbing.

My friend Matt and I had arrived at the Activity Centre on Friday evening. The accommodation wasn’t wonderful, but we had everything we needed (beds, blankets, food), and we were pleased to be out of the city and in the fresh air.

On Saturday morning we met the other ten members of our group. Cameron had come along with two friends, Kevin and Simon, while sisters Carole and Lynn had come with Amanda. We had come from various places and none of us knew the area.

We knew we were going to spend the weekend outdoors, but none of us was sure exactly how. Half of us spent the morning caving while the others went rock- climbing and then we changed at lunchtime. Matt and I went to the caves first. Climbing out was harder than going in, but after a good deal of pushing, we were out at last - covered in mud but pleased and excited by what we’d done.

16. What is the writer trying to do in the text?
17. What can the reader learn from the text?
18. How do you think the writer might describe her weekend?
19. What do we learn about the group?
20. Which of the following advertisements describes the Activity Centre?
21-30. Fill the gaps by the suitable word from the box.
of
end
make
then
share
numbers
every
frightening
mistake
mix
with
amounts
cause
afterwards
all

CARTOON FILMS

Cartoon films have very little limits. If you can draw something, you can (21)…………………..it move on the cinema screen. The use (22)…………………..new ideas and advanced computer programs means that cartoons are becoming exciting again for people of (23)…………………..ages.

By the (24)…………………..of the 1970s, the cinema world had decided that cartoons were only for children. But soon (25)…………………..one or two directors had some original new ideas. They proved that it was possible to make films in which both adults and children could (26)…………………..the fun.

However, not (27)…………………..cartoon film was successful. The Black Cauldron, for example, failed, mainly because it was too (28)…………………..for children and too childish for adults. Directors learnt from this (29)………………….., and the film companies began to make large (30)…………………..of money again.

21. If you can draw something, you can (21)…………………..it move on the cinema screen.
22. The use (22)…………………..new ideas and advanced computer programs
23. cartoons are becoming exciting again for people of (23)…………………..ages.
24. By the (24)…………………..of the 1970s, the cinema world had decided that cartoons were only for children.
25. But soon (25)…………………..one or two directors had some original new ideas.
26. They proved that it was possible to make films in which both adults and children could (26)…………………..the fun.
27. However, not (27)…………………..cartoon film was successful.
28. The Black Cauldron, for example, failed, mainly because it was too (28)………………….. for children and too childish for adults.
29. Directors learnt from this (29)…………………..,
30. and the film companies began to make large (30)…………………..of money again.
II. WRITING
I. Rewrite the sentence which has the same meaning as the first one, starts by the given word.
1. My father was given his first boat by his parents.
→ My father’s parents __________________________
2. Although his leg was broken, he managed to get out of the car.
→ In spite of ______________________________
3. Some people like working outdoors more than working inside.
→ Some people prefer ____________________________________
4. He has not been to this stadium before.
→ It is ____________________________________
5. John suggested taking a taxi to the hotel.
John said, “If I were _____________________________
2. Write a letter.
This is part of a letter you receive from an English friend.

"... I know you often go to the cinema. Tell me about the last film you saw and whether you enjoyed it...."

Now write a letter to this pen-friend in the space below. You should write about 100 words.
Write "Guideline" to see our sample.
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