Trắc nghiệm Reading tiếng Anh lớp 8 Unit 3 Peoples Of Viet Nam

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Trắc nghiệm Reading tiếng Anh lớp 8 Unit 3 Peoples Of Viet Nam gồm nhiều câu hỏi trắc nghiệm tiếng Anh 8, hỗ trợ quá trình nâng cao kết quả học lớp 8. Bài tập tiếng Anh Unit 3 chuyên đề Reading (Kỹ năng đọc) có đáp án gồm nhiều dạng bài đọc hiểu đoạn văn tiếng Anh khác nhau giúp các em học sinh rèn luyện kỹ năng làm bài thi hiệu quả. 

Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.

Communal House (Rong House)

The Rong House can only be (1) …………………. in villages to the north of the Central Highlands, especially in Gia Lai and Kon Tum provinces. It is a large, imposing, beautifully decorated stilt house built (2) …………………. the middle of the village. It is where community activities (3) …………………., meetings, wedding ceremonies, or praying ceremonies. It is also the place for reception of guests. The Rong House of each ethnic group has its own architectural style, design, and décor. Yet there are shared (4) …………………. In the village, it is often (5) …………………. house roofed with yellow-dried thatch leaves and having 8 big wood columns. The rafters are decorated with patterns of bright colors, depicting religious scenes, legendary stories about ancient heroes, stylized animals and other familiar things of the village life. The most distinction of the decor of the Rong House is the (6) …………………. of the brilliant God of Sun. The Rong house is a (7) …………………. of the culture all of Central Highlanders, an age-old and stable culture. The bigger the house is, the wealthier the village is. It is a (8) …………………. of the whole village.

1. A. find

B. found

C. to find

D. finding

2. A. on

B. at

C. in

D. under

3. A. take place

B. take on

C. happens

D. occurs

4. A. designs

B. cultures

C. customs

D. features

5. A. a big

B. a bigger

C. the biggest

D. biggest

6. A. painting

B. photo

C. image

D. portrait

7. A. signal

B. symbol

C. sign

D. scene

8. A. design

B. respect

C. proud

D. pride

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Read the following passage and answer the questions.

Duong Lam Village is located in Duong Lam commute at a 45 km distance from Hanoi. It is the birthplace of two kings in the history of Vietnam, Phung Hung (or Bo Cai Dai Vuong) and Ngo Quyen, who opened up the long-term self-control and independent period of Viet Nam after Bach Dang victory in the year 938.

All houses, gates, village gates and wells are built of laterite creating an architectural complex, a unique village that is typical for villages in the midlands in the North of Vietnam.

At present, there are still nearly 200 old houses and many other historical monuments such as Phung Hung Temple, Ngo Quyen Royal Tomb, Mong Phu Communal House, Ho Gam Hill at which Phung Hung killed tigers to rescue villagers and the temple at which the diplomat Giang Van Minh is worshiped.

1. Where is Duong Lam village?

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Who were the two kings whose birthplace is Duong Lam Village?
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What is Duong Lam typical for?
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How many old houses as there in Duong Lam?
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What are the famous historical monuments there?
Read the following passage and choose the best answer.

The Sanchay Ethnic Group

Proper name: Sanchay

Other names: Honban, Chung, Trai

Population: 114,012 people

Local groups: Caolan and Sanchi

Language: The language of Caolan belongs to the Tay-Nung group (of the Kai-Kadai language family). and the language of the Sanchi belongs to the Handicrafts groups (of the Sino-Tibetan language family).
Production activities: The Sanchay are agricultural people who farm mainly wet rice paddies, but they also cultivate swidden fields which they prepare by the slash-and-burn method. They use the digging stick to make holes for seedings. Fish catching plays an important role in the economic life as well. With their unique fishing tools, such as hand nets and woven baskets, fish catching supplies the Sanchay food and improves their daily meals.

Diet: The Sanchay eat mainly ordinary rice. They also drink a lot of wine especially during the Tet holidays or festivals. Men smoke Tobacco in a water pipe.

Closing: Sanchay women wear the Cham-style skirt and long shirt or tunic which is decorated around the bottom hem and on the back. For daily wear, Sanchay women wear one Cham-style cloth belt, but on special occasions, like the New Year festival, they wear two or three silk belts of different colors.

Housing: Sanchay live in the provinces of the northeast. They live in the stilt houses of a style similar to those of the Tay, who live in the same area.

Transportation: The Sanchay usually carry goods on a bag on their back like a backpack.

1. What is the population of the Sanchay people?

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The Sanchay people use ………….. to make holes for seedlings.
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When do Sanchay women wear two or three silk belts?
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The Sanchay people live in ………….
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Which of the following statements is NOT true?
Read the following passage and choose the best answer.

In Vietnam, a market is a trading place, but many markets are not only about buying and selling things. They reflect the life of the community. A traditional market is a social gathering point for people of all ages it is a new and exciting experience for children, a trading place for local craftsmen, and a chance for young people to meet. People go to the traditional market not only to buy and sell things but also to eat, drink, play games and socialize. For example, if you go to Sa Pa market, it is the highlands in the north of Viet Nam, you can see people wear then nicest clothes and spend all day long at the market. They buy things, play the flute, dance and sing. Thisis also a time to meet, my friends and look for lovers. That is why this kind of gathering is also called "love market". Some other countryside markets in the Mekong Delta are held on boats. Most of the goods are sold at a floating market. The most exciting time is in the early morning, when boats arrive loaded up with agricultural products.

1. In In Vietnam, all markets are ………………

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A traditional market is a social gathering point for……………………………..
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What can people do at the traditional market?
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What do ethnic group people who go to Sa Pa market do?
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Some of the markets in the Mekong Delta are held …………………… are called floating markets.
Read the passage, and answer the question.

In 2006, the house of a local family in Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province was chosen for the background of the film "The story of Pao". From distance, the house looks beautiful as a painting. Bushes of wild but beautiful flowers in blossom on the right and an old leaning cherry blossom tree at the gate create a romantic scene for the house. The film is about the life of a H'mong girl named Pao. She was raised by her stepmother because her real mother left her when she was little. One day, her stepmother died in an accident, and she began to look for her birth mother.

1. When was the house chosen for the background of the film?

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Where is the house?
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What is the film about?
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Why was she raised by her stepmother?
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When did she begin to look for her birth mother?
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