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Bt Tiếng Anh 8 Unit 1 Test 1

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

6. The sun …………… in the east.

a. rise b. rose c. rises d. rising

a. long curly black hair b. curly long black hair

c. long black curly hair d. curly black long hair

8. Tom is very shy but his sister is outgoing.

a. humorous b. reserved c. hard-working d. sociable

9. She shouldn’t get married yet; she ……………………

a. is not old enough b. was not old enough

c. is not enough old d. was not enough old

10. No, you can’t go to holiday by yourself! You aren’t …………!

a. very old b. too old c. old enough d. enough old

a. health b. healthy c. healthily d. healthiness

12. That man seems ……………

a. happy b. happily c. happiness d. be happy

13. What does your brother …………..?

a. look like b. look as c. be like d. as

14. Will she be annoyed that you forgot to phone?

a. displeased b. pleased c. please d. pleasure

a. sense b. scene c. scent d. cent

A. What B. Which C. Who D. Where

A. Who B. What C. Which D. How

A. going B. go C. to go D. went

A. telling B. tell C. to tell D. told

A. to do B. do C. to doing D. doing

A. with B. of C. in D. by

A. goes / sets B. moves / goes C. rises / moves D. rises / sets

A. we B. us C. our D. ourselves

A. went B. go C. goes D. going

A. old enough not B. not enough old C. not old enough D. enough not old

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






21. a. best b. most c. closest d. nearest

22. a. was b. were c. is d. are

23. a. humor b. annoy c. kind d. peace

24. a. short curly brown hair b. short brown curly hair

c. curly short brown hair d. curly brown short hair

25. a. beautiful b. lovely c. pretty d. all are correct

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

Nich Johnson live with his parents, and his sister. They live in Wembley, in north London. Nick’s mum is called Sue. She works in a supermarket. His dad is called Jim and he works in a bank. Nick’s sister is called Tracy. She is nine years old. There is also a dog in the family. His name is Fred.

26. How many people are there in Nick Johnson’s family?

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

27. Where does Nick’s family live?

a. America b. England c. Scotland d. Australia

28. Which does the word ‘his’ in line 5 refer to?

a. Nick’s mother b. Nick’s sister c. Nick’s dog d. Nick’s cousin

29. What’s Nick’s sister’s name?

a. Sue b. Jim c. Tracy d. Fred

30. Which of the following is not true?

a. Nick’s family live in London. b. Nick’s father works in a bank

c. Nick’s mother works in a supermarket. d. Nick’s sister is five years old.

Bt Tiếng Anh 12 Unit 2

I. Phonetics

1. Choose the words with the different pronunciation of the underlined part.

10. A. t oo B. sch ool C. ball oon D. fl oo d

2. Choose the word with the different stress pattern.

11. A. parents B. prefer C. confirm D. allow

12. A. grocery B. history C. delicious D. celebrate

13. A. family B. hospital C. cultural D. romantic

14. A. resposible B. education C. information D. complicated

15. A. reply B. order C. appear D. protect

16. A. beauty B. attempt C. dinner D. motion

17. A. attractive B. unhappy C. decisive D. generous

18. A. cover B. open C. explain D. answer

19. A. precede B. happen C. create D. contain

20. A. significant B. integration C. conversation D. independence

II. vocabulary

21. Adictionary helps you …………. the meaning of words.

A. fetch B. determine C. look up D. look up to

22. A(n) ………….. family consists og three or four generations living together.

A. big B. extended C. widened D. nuclear

23. Members of our family have very close ………….. with each other.

A. love B. feeling C. connection D. relationship

24. We are …………. a survey about how people spend their free time.

A. carrying B. working C. conducting D. performing

25. Women are demanding …………… pay for …………… work.

A. same B. similar C. identical D. equal

26. My mother ……………. her career as a secretary before marriage to become a good housewife and mother.

A. developed B. sacrificed C. interrupted D. continued

27. He was …………… to leave school because he couldn’t afford the fees.

A. obliged B. willing C. able D. make

28. One of the typical …………….. of the Vietnamese culture is workshiping ancestors.

29. It’s impolite to ask question about someone’s ……………… in many countries.

A. money B. income C. private D. occupation

30. A true friend is someone you can ……………. your secret with.

A. tell B. report C. share D. confide

If dancing isn’t your thing, perhaps you (31) ……………. singing? Everyone know that karaoke comes from Japan, but it is not the Japanese for ‘drunk and tone-deaf’ as you might think. It (32) …………… means ’empty orchestra’. It all started in a small music (33) ………….. in the city of Kobe. One night, when the usual guitarist didn’t (34) ……………, the desperate bar owner recorded some music and invited his (35) …………… to sing instead. The craze soon (36) …………….. and special karaoke machines were invented.

The idea was that however (37) …………… you sang everyone applauded at the end and it proved the perfect (38) …………… for stressful Japanese businessmen to relax. Today, you can find karaoke bars all over the world. It is so (39) ……………… in China that restaurants normally have several karaoke machines going at the same (40) ……………. . As one karaoke fan says, it’s something everyone should try at least once in their life.

31. A. prefer B. like C. hate D. interest

32. A. surely B. clearly C. actually D. obviously

33. A. shop B. stage C. tool D. bar

34. A. turn off B. turn on C. turn up D. turn down

35. A. clients B. guests C. customers D. shopkeepers

36. A.widened B. spread C. stretched D. came over

37. A. well B. badly C. beautifully D. professionally

38. A. way B. road C. thing D. behaviour

39. A. famous B. popular C. well-known D. favourable

40. A. hour B. moment C. time D. times

III. grammar

41. He’s a voluntary Australian teacher. He ………….. English in five different countries.

A. teaches B. taught C. has taught D. had taught

A. should B. may C. ought D. used to

43. They asked us ……………… any noise during the performance.

A. to make B. not to make C. don’t make D. didn’t make

44. I’m sorry I wasn’t here earlier but I came …………….. I could.

A. if B. when C. until D. as soon as

45. Do you think I could borrow that book after you ……………… reading it?

A. finish B. finishing C. have finished D. will finish

46. She ………….. in a lot of major films before retirement last year.

A. stars B. starred C. have starred D. had starred

47. Mike is on business in London but he ……………… back on Sarturday for your party.

A. fly B. is flying C. will fly D. will come

48. If I …………… out late, I always …………….. a taxi home.

A. stay/ get B. will stay/ get C. stay/ will get D. will stay/ will get

49. Is this knife for …………… vegetable?

A. lift B. lifting C. peel D. peeling

50. I expect to find you …………… hard when I get back.

A. worked B. working C. be working D. have worked

Have you ever wondered where the modern disco (51) …………..? Before the Second World War, men and women (52) …………… to night clubs danced in couples to live band. BUt in Paris, during the war, jazz bands (53) ……………. in clubs. People still wanted (54) ……………. so they took along their grammophone players instead and the vary first discotheques were (55) ……………. . The idea remained popular after the war because it was (56) ………….. to pay a DJ than a whole band and soon Parisian discotheques were copied in the USA and other countries.

It was the arrival of a dance craze called ‘The Twist’ in 1961 (57) ……………. really made discos, as for the first time couples danced without (58) ………….. each other. Fashion, music and technology (59) ……….. quite a bit since then but the dasic idea has never lost (60) ………….. popularity.

51. A. start B. starts C. started D. had started

52. A. going B. went C. who go D. had gone

53. A. was banned B. were banned C. was allowed D. were allowed

54. A. dance B. dancing C. to dance D. and danced

55. A. set B. created C. made D. done

56. A. cheaper B. more cheap C. more cheaper D. cheapest

57. A. if B. and C. that D. when

58. A. touch B. touching C. a touch D. being touched

59. A. moved B. will move C. have moved D. had moved

60. A. it B. its C. their D. theirs

IV. reading comprehension

If you show up a bit late for a meeting in Brazil, no one will be too worried. But if you keep someone in New York waiting for ten or fifteen minutes, you may have some explaining to do. Time is seen as relatively flexible in some cultures but it viewed more rigidly in others.

Back in the 1950s, anthropologist Edward Hall described how the sicial rules of time are like a ‘silent language’ for a given culture. He described how variations in the perception of time can lead to misunderstandings between people from separate countries. “An ambassador who has been kept waiting by foreign visitors need to understand that if his visitor just mutters an apology, this is not necessarily an insult,” Hall wrote.

Social psychologist Robert Levine has conducted so-called pace-of-life studies in 31 countries. He ranked the countries by measuring three things : Walking speed on urban sidewalks, how quickly postal clerks could fulfil a request for a common stamp and the accuracy of public clocks.

Kevin Birth, an anthropologist, has examined time perception in Trinidad. There, if someone is meeting friends at 6.00 p.m., people show up at 6.45 or 7.00 and say ‘any time is Trinidad time’. “You can’t simply go into a society and ask someone. ‘Tell me about your conception of time’, Bith says. “You have to come up with other ways to find out”.

61. According to the text, time cultures

A. are relatively similar in countries.

B. accept flexbility in most countries.

C. vary from society to society.

D. tell you nothing about countries.

62. Edward used the example of the ambassador to show that

A. people in power are easily consulted.

B. problems can be caused by different views of time.

C. rules of time are different now from in the past.

D. misunderstandings over time can be avoided.

63. From the text, we can understand that the rules of time in different countries

A. are easily for people to work out.

B. can be perceived the same.

C. cause no serious problems.

D. might not be made explicit to you.

64. In his research, Robert Levine measured the speed at which postal workers

A. oerformed a task.

B. delivered letters.

C. learned a new skill.

D. answered a question.

65. Birth finds there is often a difference between

A. what community and what indiduals think about time.

B. people’s practical and theoretical attitudes to time.

C. what people behave and what they think.

D. people’s past and present attitudes to time.

Don’t be surprised if people you don’t know well ask you how much you earn and how much your car costs. this is quite normal in Singapore. If you are invited for a meal, people will always offer you a second helping. You should always say ‘No’, so as not to appear greedy. This will be understood and your host will give you more anyway.

In Britain, it is impolite to ask someone about money or age. However, if you arrange to meet someone, try not to be more than a few minutes late. On trains, people tend to sit in silence and read. If you try start a concersation with the person next to you, don’t be surprised if you don’t get much of a response.

In Thailand, it is quite normal to visit people at home without being invited. It is rude to point at people with your finger but do it by nodding your head instead. The head is considered the most spiritual part of the body and the feet the dirtest part. So never out your feet up on a chair or a desk.

66. According to the passage, in which country it is not impolite to ask about someone’s salary or wages?

A. Thailand.

B. Singapore.

C. Britain.

D. All these countries.

67. As a guest for dinner, you may want to have more food but it is better to refuse when offered.

A. say ‘No, thanks.’

B. say ‘I’d love to.’

C. say ‘Yes, please.’

D. say ‘You’re welcome’

68. Punctuality is important here.

A. in Thailand.

B. in Singapore.

C. in Britain.

D. Not mentioned in the passage.

69. In Britain, people tend to keep their privacy

A. in acar.

B. when travelling to work

C. at home

D. on trains.

70. The Thai considered the head the most spiritual part of the body.

A. the most respectable

B. the most attractive

C. the highest

D. the most admirable

V. use of english

1. Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting.

71. It (A) took me (B) ages to get used to (C) drive (D) on the highway.

2. Choose the corret sentence with the same meaning as the one in italics.

81. I found him smoking by the window.

A. When I came, he was by the window.

B. I was smoking when he came.

C. I thought he was smoking by the window.

D. When I saw him, he was smoking by the window.

82. They think the owner of the house is abroad.

A. The owner of the house is thought to be abroad.

B. They are sure of the owner of the house.

C. The owner of the house is to be abroad.

D. The owner of the house is thought abroad.

83. We got lost because we had no map with us.

A. If we had a map with us, we wouldn’t get lost.

B. We wouldn’t have got lost unless we had had a map with us.

C. If we had had a map with us, we wouldn’t have got lost.

D. Without a map, we will get lost.

84. The heavy rain made it impossible for us to have out picnic.

A. The heavy rain enabled us to have a picnic.

B. We couldn’t have our picnic because of the heavy rain.

C. We went on a picnic in spite of the rain.

D. All are correct.

85. Although he had a bad cold, Williams still went to work.

A. Williams still went to work in spite of his bad cold.

B. Williams still went to work because of his bad cold.

C. Williams still had a bad cold in spite of his work.

D. Having a bad cold, Williams didn’t go to work.

A. The doctor wanted to rest .

B. The doctor suggested that I should rest.

D. The doctor suggested me to rest.

87. I would do anything for you.

A. There’s everything I wouldn’t do for you.

B. There’s many things I wouldn’t do for you.

C. There is nothing I would do for you.

D. There is nothing I wouldn’t do for you.

88. She didn’t say a word when she left the room.

A. She left the room, saying a word.

B. Leaving the room, she said nothing.

C. She left the room without saying a word.

D. B and C are correct.

89. Their teacher is making them study hard these days.

A. Their teacher is asking them to study hard these days.

B. They are being made study hard these days by their teacher.

C. They are being made to study hard these days by their teacher.

D. Making them study hard these days are the teacher’s study.

90. Even though I admire his knowledge, I don’t like his manners.

A. Although I admire his knowledge, but I don’t like his manners.

B. Much as I admire his knowledge, I don’t like his manners.

C. Because I admire his knowledge, I don’t like his manners.

D. I admire his knowledge as well as his manners.

Giải Communication Unit 3 Sgk Tiếng Anh 8 Mới

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Bài 1 Task 1.Quiz: What do you know about the ethnic groups of Viet Nam? Work in pairs to an­swer the questions. (Câu đố: Bạn biết gì về những nhóm dân tộc của Việt Nam? Làm theo cặp để trả lời những câu hỏi.) Lời giải chi tiết:

1. Tạm dịch: Hầu hết người dân tộc ở Việt Nam sống dựa vào gì?

Trồng lúa.

2. Tạm dịch: Những nhóm dân tộc nào sống ở các tỉnh phía Nam?

Người Khơ Me.

3. Tạm dịch: Nhóm nào có dân số nhỏ nhất?

Ở đồng bằng sông Mê Kông.

4. Tạm dịch: Chúng ta có thể tìm thấy ruộng bậc thang ở đâu?

Ở những khu vực miền núi phía Bắc.

5. Tạm dịch: Người Laha hầu hết sống ở đâu?

Ở Sơn La.

6. Tạm dịch: Nhóm dân tộc nào sau đây có trang phục đầy màu sắc nhất?

Người Hoa.

Bài 2 Task 2.Where do these ethnic groups mainly live? Work in groups. Write down the names of the ethnic groups in the correct boxes. Can you add more? (Những nhóm dân tộc này chủ yếu sống ở đâu? Làm theo nhóm. Viết xuống tên của những nhóm dân tộc trong khung chính xác. Bạn có thể bổ sung thêm không?) Lời giải chi tiết:

+ Northwest region: Viet, Hmong, Lao

(Khu vực Tây Bắc: Việt, H’mong, Lào)

+ Northeast region: Viet, Hmong, Nung, Tay

(Khu vực Đông Bắc: Việt, H’mong, Nùng, Tày)

+ Red River Delta: Viet

(Đồng bằng sông Hồng : Việt)

+ The Central Highlands: Viet, Bahnar, Brau, Ede, Giarai, Sedang

(Tây Nguyên: Việt, Bana, Brâu, Ê Đê, Gia Rai, Sê Đăng)

+ Mekong River Delta: Cham, Khmer, Viet

(Đồng Bằng sông Mê Kông: Chăm, Khơ me, Việt) Bài 3 Task 3. (Lời giải chi tiết: Chọn một nhóm và nói về họ.)

Bài mẫu 1:

Tạm dịch:

The Viet live everywhere in the country. They have the largest population. They have many kinds of food from North to South. They often celebrate many festivals during the year. They have the traditional costume: Ao Dai, Ao Ba Ba.

Người Việt sống ở mọi nơi trên đất nước. Họ có dân số lớn nhất. Họ có nhiều loại thức ăn từ Bắc vào Nam. Họ thường tổ chức nhiều lễ hội suốt cả năm. Họ có trang phục truyền thống là: Áo dài và áo bà ba.

Bài mẫu 2:

Tạm dịch:

The Bahnar is an ethnic group of Vietnam living primarily in the Central Highland provinces of Gia Lai and Kon Turn, as well as the coastal provinces of Binh Đinh and Phu Yen. They speak a language in the Mon-Khmer language family. Like many of the other ethnic groups of Vietnam’s Central Highlands, the Bahnar plays a great number of traditional musical instruments, including gongs and string instruments made from bamboo. These instruments are sometimes played in concert on special occasions.

Giải Getting Started Unit 3 Sgk Tiếng Anh 8 Mới

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Bài 1 Task 1. Listen and read

Dương và Nick: Chào buổi sáng.

Hướng dẫn viên: Chào buổi sáng. Cô giúp gì cho các em nào?

Nick: Vâng, chúng em muốn biết vài điều về các nhóm văn hóa của Việt Nam.

Dương: Đúng vậy. Có thật là có 54 nhóm dân tộc ở quốc gia chúng ta không ạ?

Hướng dẫn viên: Chính xác.

Nick: Thật thú vị! Em tò mò về họ đấy. Nhóm nào là lớn nhất vậy cô?

Hướng dẫn viên: À, người Việt (hoặc người Kinh) có số người lớn nhất, chiếm khoảng 86% dân số. 53 nhóm khác được gọi là dân tộc thiểu số.

Nick: Và họ sống ở đâu ạ?

Hướng dẫn viên: Khắp đất nước. Vài nhóm như người Tày, H’mong, Dao… sống hầu hết ở những khu vực miền núi phía Bắc, và người Chăm, Khmer, Ê Đê… sống ở Tây Nguyên và vài tỉnh phía Nam.

Nick: Em hiểu rồi. Và họ nói ngôn ngữ riêng của họ phải không ạ?

Hướng dẫn viên: Đúng vậy, và họ có cách sống riêng của họ cũng như phong tục và truyền thống riêng.

Nick: Thật tuyệt! Em muốn tìm hiểu hơn về họ.

Hướng dẫn viên: Được. Cô sẽ dẫn các em đi vòng quanh và nói cho các em nghe vài điều thú vị…

a. Find the opposite of these words in the conversation.

b. Read the conversation again and answer the questions.

( Đọc bài đàm thoại lần nữa và trả lời những câu hỏi)

Hướng dẫn giải:

1. Where are Duong and Nick?

(Họ ở Viện bảo tàng dân tộc học.)

2. What do they want to know?

(Họ muốn biết gì?)

(Có 54 nhóm dân tộc.)

4. Which ethnic group has the largest population?

c. Can you find the following expressions in the conversation? Try to explain what they mean.

(Bạn có tìm thấy những cụm từ sau trong đoạn hội thoại không? Cố gắng giải thích nghĩa của chúng.)

Hướng dẫn giải:

1. Exactly – used as a reply, agreeing with what sb has just said, or emphasising that it is correct.

3. I see – used to show you understand what someone said.

4. That’ awesome – used to show that you think something is great.

Tạm dịch:

1. Chính xác – được dùng như một câu trả lời, đồng ý với điều mà ai đó vừa nói, hoặc nhấn mạnh rằng nó đúng.

3. Tôi hiểu – được dùng để cho bạn thấy bạn hiểu điều mà ai đó nói.

4. Tuyệt vời – được sử dụng để bạn nghĩ rằng một cái gì đó là tuyệt vời.

d. Work in pairs. Use facts from the conversation to make short role-plays using the expressions in C .

Làm theo cặp. Sử dụng những sự việc trong bài đàm thoại để đóng những vai ngắn sử dụng cụm từ trong phần C.) Ví dụ:

Some groups live in mountainous regions.

→ How interesting!

Tạm dịch:

Vài nhóm người sống ở những khu vực miền núi.

→ Thật thú vị!

Hướng dẫn giải:

– There are 54 ethnic groups in Viet Nam.

→ That’s awesome!

– Each ethnic group has their own customs and traditions.

→ Exactly!

– The Kinh have the largest population which accounts for 86% of the population.

→ I see!

Tạm dịch:

Có 54 dân tộc ở Việt Nam.

→ Thật tuyệt vời!

– Mỗi dân tộc đều có phong tục và truyền thống riêng.

→ Chính xác!

– Người Kinh có dân số đông nhất, chiếm 86% dân số.

→ Tôi hiểu rồi!

Bài 2 Task 2. Sử dụng những từ và cụm từ trong khung để gọi tên mỗi bức hình.) Lời giải chi tiết:

1. five-coloured sticky rice: xôi 5 màu

2. terraced fields: ruộng bậc thang

3. festival : lễ hội

4. folk dance : điệu múa dân gian

5. open-air market: chợ trời

6. musical instrument : nhạc cụ

7. costume: trang phục

8. stilt house : nhà sàn

Bài 4 Task 4. GAME: QUICK QUIZ

(Trò chơi: Câu đố)

Work in pairs. Ask and answer, using these cues

Làm theo cặp. Hỏi và trả lời, sử dụng những gợi ý.) Lời giải chi tiết:

1. – Which ethnic group has the smallest population?

– The Odu group.

Tạm dịch: – Nhóm dân tộc nào có dân số ít nhất? – Nhóm dân tộc Ơ Đu.

2. – Do the Hmong have their own language?

– Yes.

Tạm dịch: – Người H’mong có ngôn ngữ riêng của họ phải không?

3. – Where do the Coho live?

– Lam Dong Province.

Tạm dịch: – Người Cơ Ho sống ở đâu? – Tỉnh Lâm Đồng.

4. – What colour is the Nung’s clothing?

– Dark indigo.

Tạm dịch:

– Trang phục của người Nùng màu gì?

– Màu chàm đậm.

5. – Which group has the larger population, the Tay or the Thai?

– The Tay.

Tạm dịch: – Nhóm nào có dân số lớn hơn, người Tày hay người Thái? 6. – Whose arts are displayed at a museum in Da Nang?

– The Cham’s.

Tạm dịch: – Nghệ thuật của ai được trình diễn ở một viện bảo tàng Đà Nẩng? – Của người Chăm.