Bồi dưỡng Học sinh giỏi Tiếng Anh 7 – BÀI TẬP – Phần 2

BÀI TẬP

CHUYÊN ĐỀ 8: HOW MUCH AND HOW MANY

1. Choose the best option to complete the sentences.

1. How much rice does she ________?

A. need B. needs C. needing D. to need

2. How ________ oranges are there in the fridge?

A. many B. much C. some D. any

3. How ________ does the shirt cost?

A. many B. much C. some D. any

4. How much ________ the shoes?

A. do B. does C. are D. is

5. ________ much is a bar of soap?

A. What B. Where C. When D. How

6. How many glasses ________ water do you drink in the morning?

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

7. A pen ________ 10,000 dong.

A. cost B. costs C. is costing D. costing

8. How much water ________ there in the glass?

A. be B. am C. is D. are

9. How much ________ a kilo of rice?

A. be B. am C. is D. are

10. ________ books are there on the shelf?

A. Where B. What C. How much D. How many

2. Complete the sentences with how much or how many.

1. ………….stars are there in the sky?

2. ………….people live on islands?

3. ………….birds are there?

4. ………….water is in the ocean?

5. ………….money is in a bank?

6. ………….countries are there in the world?

7. ………….bread is eaten per day?

8. ………….bones are there in the human body?

9. ………….sand is in the deserts?

10. ………….information is on the Internet?

3. Write questions for the answers, using how much or how many.

1. There are 11 players in a football team.

→ ………………………………………….

2. I got $10 as pocket money per week.

→ ………………………………………….

3. There is 15 minutes left.

→ ………………………………………….

4. Ella has two sisters.

→ ………………………………………….

5. I found four coins yesterday.

→ ………………………………………….

6. There is little water in this bottle.

→ ………………………………………….

7. She solved correctly five crosswords.

→ ………………………………………….

8. They have one glass of milk for breakfast.

→ ………………………………………….

9. 100 bikes were stolen last year.

→ ………………………………………….

10. My parents drink two cups of coffee per day.

→ ………………………………………….

4. a. Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

loaf

some

a lot of

bar

a

cartons

cup

some

coffee shops

bottle

1. Maria often has a ______ of tea after dinner.

2. We need ________ vase with water in it.

3. There are two ________ in this town.

4. They need to stop at a garage and put ________ petrol in their car.

5. After school, she has a ________ of bread with butter.

6. A ________ of Pepsi at the store costs 10,000 VND.

7. There is ________ juice in the kitchen.

8. Michael has three ________ of luggage.

9. I would like to have ________ sticky rice.

10. I need to buy a ________ of soap.

b. Make question with how much/ how many for each sentence.

1. →

2. →

3. →

4. →

5. →

6. →

7. →

8. →

9. →

10. →

CHUYÊN ĐỀ 9: PASSIVE VOICE

1. Choose the best option to complete the sentence.

1. We can’t go along here because the road ________.

A. is repairing B. is repaired C. is being repaired D. repairs

2. The story I’ve just read ________ Agatha Christie.

A. was written B. was written by C. was written from D. wrote by

3. Something funny ________ in class yesterday.

A. happened B. was happened C. happens D. is happened

4. Many US automobiles ________ in Detroit, Michigan.

A. manufacture B. have manufactured

C. are manufactured D. are manufacturing

5. A lot of pesticide residue can ________ on unwashed produce.

A. find B. found C. be finding D. be found

6. We ________ by a loud noise during the night.

A. woke up B. are woken up C. were woken up D. were waking up

7. How did that window ________?

I don’t know.

A. get broken B. broke C. got broken D. broken

8. Some film stars ________ difficult to work with.

A. are said be B. are said to be C. say to be D. said to be

9. Last night a tornado swept through Rockville. It ________ everything in its path.

A. destroyed B. was destroyed

C. was being destroyed D. has been destroyed

10. Vitamin C ________ by the human body. It gets into blood stream quickly.

A. absorbs easily B. is easily absorbing

C. is easily absorbed D. absorbed easily

11. Why did Tom keep making jokes about me? I don’t enjoy ________ at.

A. be laughed B. to be laughed C. laughing D. being laughed

12. Today, many serious childhood diseases ________ by early immunization.

A. are preventing B. can prevent C. prevent D. can be prevented

13. – ________ about the eight o’clock flight to Chicago?

– Not yet.

A. Has been an announcement made B. Has an announcement made

C. Has an announcement been made D. Has been made an announcement

14. Has the committee made its decision yet?

Not yet. They are still ________ the proposal.

A. considering B. been considered C. being considered D. considered

15. I might watch this programme. It ________ very funny.

A. supposes to be B. is supposed being

C. is supposed to be D. was supposed be

2. Choose the best option to complete the passage.

Millions of pounds’ worth of damage (1) ________ by a storm which (2) ________ across the North of England last night. The River Ribble (3) ________ its banks after heavy rain. Many people (4) ________ from the floods by fire-fighters, who (5) ________ hundreds of calls for help. Wind speeds (6) ________ ninety miles an hour in some places. Roads (7) ________ by fallen trees, and electricity lines (8) ________ down, leaving thousands of homes without electricity. “Everything possible (9) ________ to get things back to normal,” a spokesman (10) _________.

1. A. has caused B. has been caused C. caused

2. A. swept B. was swept C. was being swept

3. A. was burst B. has been burst C. burst

4. A. rescued B. were rescued C. be rescued

5. A. has received B. received C. were received

6. A. reached B. is reached C. were reached

7. A. has blocked B. blocked C. were blocked

8. A. were brought B. brought C. had brought

9. A. was done B. is being done C. is doing

10. A. said B. was said C. say

3. Change the sentences into passive voice (a).

1. Mary types letters in the office.

→ ………………………………………….

2. His father will help you tomorrow.

→ ………………………………………….

3. Science and technology have completely changed human life.

→ ………………………………………….

4. Peter broke this bottle.

→ ………………………………………….

5. They are learning English in the room.

→ ………………………………………….

6. Nothing can change my mind.

→ ………………………………………….

7. No one had told me about it.

→ ………………………………………….

8. I don’t know her telephone number.

→ ………………………………………….

9. My students will bring the children home.

→ ………………………………………….

10. They sent me a present last week.

→ ………………………………………….

4. Change the sentences into passive voice (b).

1. Do they teach English here?

→ ………………………………………….

2. Will you invite her to your wedding party?

→ ………………………………………….

3. Has Tom finished the work?

→ ………………………………………….

4. Did the teacher give some exercises?

→ ………………………………………….

5. Have they changed the window of the laboratory?

→ ………………………………………….

6. Is she going to write a poem?

→ ………………………………………….

7. Must we finish the test before ten?

→ ………………………………………….

8. Will buses bring the children home?

→ ………………………………………….

9. Is she making a big cake for the party?

→ ………………………………………….

10. Have you finished your homework?

→ ………………………………………….

5. Change the sentences into passive voice (c).

1. Why didn’t they help him?

→ ………………………………………….

2. How many games has the team played?

→ ………………………………………….

3. Where do people speak English?

→ ………………………………………….

4. Who are they keeping in the kitchen?

→ ………………………………………….

5. How can they open this safe?

→ ………………………………………….

6. What books are people reading this year?

→ ………………………………………….

7. How did the police find the lost man?

→ ………………………………………….

8. What time can the boys hand in their papers?

→ ………………………………………….

9. How many marks does the teacher give you?

→ ………………………………………….

10. How long have they waited for the doctor?

→ ………………………………………….

6. Change the sentences into active voice.

1. More information was given to us by her.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

2. All the workers of the plan were being instructed by the chief engineer.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

3. Tea cannot be made with cold water by them.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

4. The engine of the car has to be repaired.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

5. We were given two exercise books by the teacher.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

6. The woman with the red hat is looked at by the children.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

7. Are inquires about the thief being made by the police?

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

8. Must this machine be used before 5:30 p.m by us?

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

9. By whom will the children be looked after by?

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

10. How much are you paid to do the job by them?

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

7. Change these sentences into passive voice in two ways, the first one has been done for you as an example.

0. They paid me a lot of money to do the job.

→ I was paid a lot of money to do the job.

→ A lot of money was paid to me to do the job.

1. The teacher gave us two titles for our thesis.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

2. Somebody will have to tell him that news.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

3. They have sent enough money to those poor boys.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

4. Our friends send these postcards to us.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

5. Their grandmother told them this story when they visited her last week.

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

→ …………………………………………………………………………….

8. Change the sentences into passive voice, beginning as available.

1. They told me that you were the best architect in this city.

→ I

2. She reported that the flowers were killed by frost.

→ The flowers

3. Some people inform me that the director is going to take a business trip to England.

→ I

4. That officer announced that the meeting was delayed until next week.

→ It

5. He discovered that this cotton was grown in Egypt.

→ It

6. They promise that the performance will start on time.

→ It

7. He recommends that we should stay at the city center.

→ It

8. We believed that Alice would pass the driving test.

→ Alice

9. The director notifies all the workers that they will have to work extra hard this month.

→ All the workers

10. They have persuaded me that they will go with me to the stadium.

→ I

CHUYÊN ĐỀ 10: TALK ABOUT DISTANCE WITH IT

1. Choose the best option.

1. How far is it from your house from/ to Noi Bai International Airport?

2. It is at/ about 30 km.

3. It is not very slow/far from my house to my school. It is just 2 km.

4. How far is it/ it is from Hanoi to Hue?

5. My house is just 500 m near/ far from my grandparents’ house.

6. I think it is about 200 metres/ metre from here to the nearest gas station.

2. Write true or false for each sentence.

Sentences

True/ False

1. How long is it from Hanoi to Noi Bai Airport? – It is over 30 km.

 

2. It is about 300 km from Ho Chi Minh city to Phu Quoc.

 

3. How far it is from Hanoi to Lao Cai?

 

4. I think it is about 200 meter from our school to the bus stop.

 

5. It is not very far from my school from the bus station.

 

6. Is it far from here to Hung Yen city? – No. it’s just 10 km.

 

3. Rew rite the sentences without changing the meaning.

1. I spend 15 minutes walking from here to my school.

→ It

2. My house is not far from your house.

→ It

3. You can come there by bus.

→ You

4. My house is about 3 km from the National Library.

→ It

5. What is the distance between the board and the first student’s desk?

→ How

6. Is the movie theater far from the restaurant?

→ It

4. Reorder the words make correct sentences.

1. is/ here/ from/How far/ the/ to/ beach?/ it

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

2. it/ a/ from/ way/ long/ Is/ gas station?/ the

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

3. kilometers/ It/ from/ five/ about/ here./ is

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. is/ to/ way/ a/ It/ walk./ long

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. a/ Is/ gas station/ there/ here?/ near

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. my/ is/ a/ can/ borrow/ but/I/ It/ father’s/ car./ long/ way

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. the/ Is/ the/ far/ post office?/ bank/ from

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

8. is/ from/ bookstore/ the/ What/ here?/ nearest

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

9. here/ Is/ from/ 10-minute/ to/ walk/ Vietcombank?/ about/ it

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

10. house/ My/ not/ far/ so/ school./ is/ so/ I/ walk./ My/ from

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. Write sentences basing on available words. Use it to describe distance.

1. Joey’s house/ 3 kilometers/ Danny’s house.

→ …………………………………………………

2. How far/ department store/ supermarket

→ …………………………………………………

3. Me/ only 100 meters/ Hoa

→ …………………………………………………

4. Her mother’s office/ so far/ her father’s factory.

→ …………………………………………………

5. The dress shop/ near/ the toy store?

→ …………………………………………………

6. Computer screen/ 50 centimeters/ my eyes.

→ …………………………………………………

7. Coffee house/ 20 minute-walk/ park

→ …………………………………………………

8. How far/ Cuba/ Vietnam

→ …………………………………………………

9. There/ a police station/ near my school.

→ …………………………………………………

10. Take me/ 15 minutes/ go to school/ bike.

→ …………………………………………………

6. Underline the mistake and correct it.

1. Is the supermarket far to your house?

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

2. Is it a short way of walk?

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

3. It is too not far from the department store.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. The toy store is about 200 meter from the bakery.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. It is quite near from here, so you can walk.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. It takes you one hours to drive there.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. It is only 250 meters from the shopping mall and the ATM.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

8. How far is the railway station to here?

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

9. How much is it from the first point to the last one?

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

10. What is the distance between your parents’ house to your grandparents’ house?

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

CHUYÊN ĐỀ 11: USED TO; BE/ GET USED TO + V-ING

1. Choose the best answers.

1. I had a lot of money but I lost it all when my business failed.

A. I used to have lots of money. B. I have never had lots of money.

C. I didn’t use to have lots of money. D. I am used to having lots of money.

2. I quite like classical music now. although I wasn’t keen on it when I was younger.

A. I am getting used to liking classical musiC.

B. I used to like classical music, but now I don’t.

C. I did not use to like classical musiC.

D. I don’t like classical music now.

3. I eat ice cream now, but I disliked eating it when I was a child.

A. When I was a child, I ate lots of ice cream.

B. I liked ice cream when I was a child, but now I don’t.

C. I disliked eating ice cream, now I even hated it much more.

D. I used to dislike eating ice cream.

4. My brother had his hair cut short when he joined the army.

A. My brother use to have his hair cut short.

B. My brother cut his hair when he joined the army.

C. My brother didn’t like his hair cut short when he joined the army.

D. My brother cut my hair when I joined the army.

5. Dennis gave up smoking three years ago.

A. Dennis is still smoking now. B. Dennis is used to smoking.

C. Dennis use to smoke. D. Dennis gets used to smoking.

6. My parents lived in the USA when they were young.

A. My parents have lived in the USA since they were young.

B. My parents used to live outside USA when they were young.

C. My parents are still living in USA.

D. My parents used to live in the USA.

7. Jim was my best friend, but we are not friends any more.

A. Jim used to be my best friend.

B. Jim and I did not use to be friends.

C. Jim used to consider me as his best friend.

D. Jim and I have been friends since we were young.

8. When he was younger, my uncle was a national swimming champion.

A. My uncle is used to being a national swimming champion.

B. My uncle used to be a swimming champion.

C. My uncle has never been a national swimming champion.

D. My uncle is still young. He is a national swimming champion.

9. I didn’t listen to Western music some years ago.

A. Many years ago, I loved Western music a lot.

B. I am used to hearing Western musiC.

C. I did not use to listen to Western musiC.

D. I used to listen to Western music a lot.

10. My mum was a chief in Cham restaurant, but now she is retired.

A. My mum has been a chief in Cham restaurant.

B. My mum is used to working as a chief.

C. My mum is not getting used to working as a chief because she is old.

D. My mum used to be a chief.

2. Choose the best option to complete the sentences.

1. Astronauts ________ in their spaceship, but they frequently work outside now.

A. were used to stay B. used to stay

C. were staying D. had used to stay

2. People ________ that the earth is round before.

A. were not used to believe B. used to believing

C. would not use to believe D. did not use to believe

3. Tuberculosis ________ incurable before.

A. use to be thought B. used to be think

C. used to think D. use to think

4. These city girls are used ________ in the field.

A. to work B. used to like C. would like D. to working

5. Newton ________ scientific books when a boy.

A. used to read B. has read C. had read D. had been reading

6. I am sorry I am not ________ fast.

A. used to drive B. used to driving C. use to drive D. use to driving

7. Frank used to work in a small shop. He ________.

A. doesn’t any more B. still docs

C. is now D. had never done anything else

8. I ________ in Jakarta. I’ve lived here all my life.

A. am used to living B. used to living

C. use to live D. am used to live

9. Jane ________ for the telephone company, but now she has a job at the post office.

A. used to working B. used to work

C. is used to working D. am used to work

10. This work doesn’t bother me. I ________ hard. I’ve worked hard all my life.

A. used to working B. used to work

C. am used to working D. am used to work

3. Complete the sentences with used to or be/get used to. Remember to give the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

1. There (be) ________ a market here in 2003.

2. I (love) ________ Ann but now she gets on my nerves.

3. There (be) ________ a tree in front of my house.

4. She (be) ________ my idol when I was a child.

5. After a while he didn’t mind the noise in the office, he (do) ________ it.

6. That knife (cut) ________ oranges.

7. American woman (be) ________ independent.

8. I will never (work) ________ nights. I prefer working days

9. It took me a long time to (wear) ________ glasses.

10. We (live) ________ in a cold climate. We’re used to a warm one.

4. Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form: used to + V or be/get used to + V-ing.

1. When I was a child. I (dream) ________ of being an astronaut.

2. I’m terribly nervous. I (speak) ________ to a large audience.

3. It took us ages to (live) ________ in an apartment house.

4. Lots of trains (stop) ________ here, but not many do now.

5. (Nick/ work) ________ on a building site?

6. I’ll have an orange juice, please. I (drink) ________ alcohol.

7. David doesn’t seem to mind being in a hospital. I suppose he’s (be) ________ there.

8. When Laura was at college, she (have) ________ a picture of Elvis Presley on her bedroom wall.

9. There (be) ________ a cinema here but it was knocked down a few years ago.

10. When she arrived in Britain, she (drive) ________ on the left, but she soon got used to it.

5. Rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning.

1. When Barbara was in Italy, she stayed with an Italian family.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

2. I quite like drinking coffee in the morning, although I wasn’t keen on it when I was younger.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

3. We seem to have lost interest in our work.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

4. I don’t mind travelling by train now.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

5. I went to the church when I was a child.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

6. Since we’ve lived in the countryside, we have been much happier.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

7. Mr. Michael grew tulips but he doesn’t any more.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

8. I prefer listening to classical music now, although when I was young I couldn’t stand it.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

9. I had to get up early in the morning when I was a high school student.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

10. In my last job, I usually wore a suite and tie. Now I wear jeans.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

6. Correct the mistake in each sentence.

1. I am used to drive on the left because I’ve lived in London for a long time.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

2. He weren’t used to working at night.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

3. He will soon get used to wear glasses.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

4. I’m not use to sitting in the office all day.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

5. It took my brother two weeks to being used to sleeping alone at night.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

6. – Why do you look so tired?

– Because I am used to getting up so early.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

7. Tom had trouble with his group. He doesn’t get used to work with others.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

8. After moving to the city, I am getting used to wearing a gauze mask whenever going out.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

9. We do getting used to the new house after a month.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

10. We come from Vietnam. We aren’t used with the cold climate.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

7. Complete the sentences with one suitable verb for each sentence. (Answer may vary.)

1. Lisa had to get used to ________ on the left.

2. We used to ________ in a small village but now we live in London.

3. Dan used to ________ a lot of coffee. Now he prefers tea.

4. I feel very full after that meal. I’m not used to ________ so much.

5. I wouldn’t like to share an office. I’m used to ________ my own office.

6. I used to ________ a car, but I sold it a few months ago.

7. When we were children we used to ________ swimming very often.

4. There used to ________ a cinema here but it was knocked down a few years ago.

5. I’m the boss here! I’m not used to ________ told what to do.

6. When I was a child, I used to ________ that anyone who was more than 40 was old.

CHUYÊN ĐỀ 12: ADJECTIVE ENDING WITH -ING AND -ED

1. Choose the best option.

1. Are you interested/ interesting in football?

2. The football match was quite exciting/ excited. I enjoyed it.

3. It’s sometimes embarrassing/ embarrassed when you have to ask people for money.

4. Do you usually get embarrassing/ embarrassed?

5. I had never expected to get the job. I was really amazing/ amazed when I was offered it.

6. I didn’t find the situation funny. I was not amusing/ amused.

7. It was a really terrifying/ terrified experience. Afterwards everybody was very shocking/ shocked.

8. Why do you always look so boring/ bored? Is your life really so boring/bored?

9. He is one of the most boring/ bored people I’ve ever met. He never stops talking and he never says anything interesting/ interested.

10. At first I thought Jake was an interesting/ interested guy, but tonight I felt somewhat .. boring/ bored with his company.

2. Complete the sentences with available words.

bored

interested

surprising

amusing

confused

boring

amused

confusing

surprised

interesting

1. He told me a very ________ story. I laughed and laughed.

2. This is a terribly ________ book. Nothing happens in it.

3. He’s ________ in love stories and often talks about them.

4. The compass was ________ and I got lost.

5. She was ________ because she had nothing to do all day.

6. Everyone else thought it was funny, but she wasn’t ________.

7. Could you repeat that, please? I’m a bit ________ because it was very complicated.

8. It is ________ that she failed the exam, because she’s a good student.

9. Everyone was ________ by the sudden noise.

10. Your scheme is very ________ Tell me more about it.

3. Complete the sentences with available words. (There are four redundant words.)

bored

boring

amused

amusing

confused

confusing

entertained

surprising

interested

interesting

exhausted

exhausting

excited

exciting

       

1. He works very hard. It’s not ________ that he’s always tired.

2. The teacher’s explanation was ________ Most of the students didn’t understand it.

3. I seldom visit art galleries. I’m not particularly ________ in art.

4. The lecture was ________ I fell asleep.

5. I asked Emily if she wanted to come out with US but she wasn’t ________.

6. I’ve been working very hard all day and now I’m ________.

7. The children were ________ by three clowns.

8. Tom is very good at telling funny stories. He can be very ________.

9. I’ve got nothing to do. I’m ________.

10. Liz is a very ________ person. She knows a lot, she’s travelled a lot and she’s done lots of different things.

4. Decide if each sentence is right or wrong and correct the wrong sentences.

1. It was a terrible film and I was bored from start to finish.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

2. I’m very exciting because I’m going to Florida tomorrow.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

3. Are you surprised or were you expected her news?

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

4. Lisa is reading a very interested book at the moment.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

5. I’ve had a very tiring day at work today and I want to go to bed.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

6. Most people were surprising that she won the prize.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

7. I’m boring. Let’s go out for drink somewhere.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

8. Visit our excited new shop!

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

9. His speech was very long and very boring.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

10. Jerry was totally convinced by Alice’s explanation.

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………………

5. Give the correct form of the words in brackets (Adjective ending with -ing or -ed).

1. How to get the cheese was _______ The mouse was _______

(confuse)

2. So much homework was _______ The students felt _______

(overwhelm)

3. I was so _______ by the movie. The scenes in the movie were _______.

(touch)

4. My angry father’s words were _______ I felt _______.

(upset)

5. The nurse’s big needle was _______ I felt _______ when she walked over to me.

(frighten)

6. Teddy forgot to close his zipper. It was _______ He felt _______.

(embarrass)

7. My alarm clock wouldn’t stop ringing. I was _______ The sound was _______.

(annoy)

8. I was _______ after reading the _______ news headlines.

(alarm)

9. The movie, King Kong, was _______ The children who were watching it were _______

(terrify)

10. He heard a strange sound and was _______ The strange sound was _______

(concern)

6. Put the words in brackets in the correct form and place. Number 1 has been done for you as example.

1. I don’t normally get when I watch horror movies. (frighten)

→ I don’t normally get frightened when I watch horror movies.

2. I find it quite to talk in front of so many people. (embarrass)

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………

3. I think reading newspapers is. (depress)

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………

4. I’m in all kinds of sport, especially football. (interest)

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………

5. I find walking in the countryside very. (relax)

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………

6. Going new places is always very. (excite)

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………

7. The weather makes me. (depress)

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………

8. I never expected to get the job. I was when it was offered to me. (amaze)

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………

9. I didn’t find the situation very funny. It wasn’t so. (amuse)

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………

10. She really learns fast. She has made progress. (astonish)

→ …………………………………………………………………………………………

7. Complete each sentence with the words in the box. Remember to put them in correct ..form.

alarm

surprise

excite

interest

frustrate

bore

amuse

satisfy

bore

embarrass

1. It is very ________ to know that the contract has been signed.

2. It rained all Saturday so we couldn’t go out and we were ________.

3. It’s useless making her study more. It is so ________.

4. Have you heard the ________ news about the prison riots in Atlanta?

5. Joanna and Kevin are very ________ about their coming wedding.

6. The students didn’t seem ________ in the teacher’s explanation. They were all falling asleep.

7. Don’t look so ________ Your project won because it was the best.

8. We were too ________ to ask them for a loan.

9. I don’t find his jokes very ________ I think they are rather crude.

10. My mum finds fishing ________ and she never accompanies dad.

8. Rew rite the sentences without changing the meaning, beginning as available.

1. I thought her new idea was absolutely fascinating.

→ I was

2. The journey was exhausting! Twelve hours by bus.

→ We were

3. He found the spider frightening.

→ He was

4. I was really embarrassed when I fell over in the street.

→ It was

5. My sister is so excited because she is going on holiday tomorrow.

→ My sister finds

6. I hate long flights, I’m always really bored.

→ The long

7. She looked very confused when I told her we had to change the plan.

→ That

8. I think that those spiders are frightening.

→ I am

9. It is so frustrating. No matter how much I study, I can’t remember this vocabulary.

→ I feel .

10. Is there something exciting to you?

→ Are you

CHUYÊN ĐỀ 13: PHRASE AND CLAUSE OF CONSTRAST

1. Choose the best option.

1. ________ she is beautiful, everybody hates her.

A. In spite of B. Although C. Even D. Despite

2. The children slept deeply ________ the noise.

A. in spite of B. although C. of D. in spite

3. ________ earning a low salary, Sara helped her parents

A. Despite B. In spite C. Although D. Though

4. Jane rarely sees Alan ________ they are neighbors.

A. in spite of B. although C. even D. in

5. Kate did not do well in the exam ________ working very hard.

A. despite of B. in spite of C. though D. even

6. ________ I was very hungry, I couldn’t eat.

A. Although B. In spite C. Despite D. Although of

7. In ________ the difficulty, they managed to solve the math problem.

A. spite of B. In spite of C. of D. though of

8. Liza never talked to him ________ she loved him.

A. though even B. despite C. despite of D. although

9. ________ it was cold, Marie didn’t put on her coat.

A. In spite B. Despite C. Although D. Even though of

10. Clare did the work ________ being ill.

A. of B. in C. spite D. despite

2. Complete the sentence with although or in spite of.

1. …………………. we are a small company, we sell almost a hundred machines a month.

2. …………………. all the difficulties, the project started on time and was a success.

3. …………………. we were warned against doing so, we went ahead with the project.

4. …………………. his lack of experience, he became a successful businessman.

5. …………………. being by far the oldest player, he scored three goals.

6. …………………. he’s a millionaire, he drives a second-hand car.

7. …………………. it rained a lot, I enjoyed the holiday.

8. …………………. working for the company for six months now, he never seems to know what to do.

9. I went to work the next day …………………. I was feeling unwell.

10. I managed to get to sleep …………………. the noise.

3. Complete the sentence with although or in spite of you have to find where to put them by yourself.

1. Mark bought an expensive car he is jobless.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

2. David opened the windows it was freezing cold.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

3. He didn’t take his raincoat, the rain.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. Being clever, she wasn’t successful.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. I will give you some money I need it myself.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. Being late, he didn’t knock the door.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. We took the taxi, we still missed the plane.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

8. Working hard, she hardly earns his living.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

9. She couldn’t stay awake, drinking 3 cups of coffee.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

10. She doesn’t like him much, she invited him to her birthday party.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. Combine the two sentences, using however or nevertheless.

1. It was so noisy. The children slept well.

However,

2. Linda earns a low salary. She gives some money to her parents every month.

However,

3. John and Linda rarely see each other. They live in the same town.

Nevertheless,

4. Julie failed the exam. She had worked so hard.

However,

5. The weather was very cold. She didn’t put on her coat.

However,

6. Ann never learned Korean Language. She lived in Korea for two years.

However,

7. There are many difficulties. They managed to climb to the top of the mountain.

However,

8. I was very hungry. I couldn’t eat.

However,

9. It rained a lot. We enjoyed our holiday.

Nevertheless,

10. I had all the necessary qualifications. I didn’t get the job.

However,

5. Reorder the words to make correct sentences.

1. won’t/ forgiven/ be/ He/ his/ apology./ despite

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

2. all/ the/ the/ In spite/ difficulties,/ of/ project/ on/ and/ time/ was/ started/ a success.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

3. we/ warned/ Although/ doing/ were/ ahead/ so,/ we/ went/ with/ the/ project./ against

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. his/ of/ experience,/.he/ In spite/ successful/ lack/ of/ a/ businessman./ became

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. three/ being/ scored/ by far/ the/ Despite/ player,/ he/ oldest/ goals.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. he/ is/ a/ second/ Though/ millionaire,/ he/ a/ hand/ car./ drives

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. for/ the/ never/ working/ to/ for/ now,/ he/ seems/ six/ months/ to/ company/ know/ Despite/ what/ do.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

8. though/ was/ Even/ he/ of/ the/ risks,/ travel/ decided/ to/ warned/ alone/ Andrew/ to/ South America.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

9. did/ get/ a/ in spite/ promotion/ of/ her/ not/ Maria/ qualifications.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

10. we/ are/ a/ Although/ company,/ we/ machines/ small/ sell/ a/ hundred/ almost/ a/ month.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. Rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning, change from although in spite of and vice versa.

1. In spite of the bad weather, we went on a school picnic.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

2. In spite of his illness, Benny went to school because he had an important exam.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

3. Although she was very busy, my mother cooked a great meal for us.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. Although I studied hard for my English test. I still got a low grade.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. I have so many cavities although I brush my teeth regularly.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. In spite of the heavy fog, we managed to get to the meeting on time.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. Although we played well, we couldn’t win the game.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

8. The elevator was out of order so I had to use the stairs in spite of being exhausted.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

9. She still loves her husband although they broke up.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

10. Although I lived in France for two years, I can hardly speak any French.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. Rewrite the sentences using the words in the brackets.

1. I couldn’t sleep although I was tired. (despite)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

2. Although he has got an English name, he is in fact German. (despite)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

3. In spite of her injured foot, she managed to walk to the village. (although)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. I decided to accept the job although the salary was low. (however)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. We lost the match although we were the better team. (nonetheless)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. In spite of not having eaten for 24 hours, I don’t feel hungry. (even though)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. Although she was tired, she went to work. (however)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

8. They went out for a walk, even though the weather was bad. (despite)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

9. She managed to write in spite of her injured hand. (although)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

10. She has plenty of money, but she is very mean. (even though)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

11. Linda went on working in spite of the fact that she was so tired. (although)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

12. Though she is so nice, I don’t quite like her. (however)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

13. I didn’t like the film. However, everybody else seemed to enjoy it. (though)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

14. We managed to do the business though he was absent. (despite)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

15. He always looks so lonely and sad despite his popularity. (nonetheless)

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

CHUYÊN ĐỀ 14: WH-QUESTION

1. Match each question with each answer.

No.

Question word

Opt.

Answer

1

How much is the dictionary?

A

A piece of wood.

2

What did you make it from?

B

By coach.

3

Where have you bought it?

c

At 7 o’clock.

4

When did they return to America?

D

200,000 dong

5

Where was your father last month?

E

Two weeks ago.

6

How did he travel to Nha Trang?

F

For a medical check-up.

7

Why is she going to the doctor?

G

At the shop over there.

8

When did Nam leave home yesterday?

H

In Hanoi.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

2. Choose the best option.

1. ________ do you go to school? 6:30 a.m.

A. When B. What C. Which D. Why

2. ________ is the color of your bag?

A. Why B. What C. How D. When

3. ________ are you?

A. When B. Whom C. Why D. How old

4. ________ is your favourite sport?

A. What B. Where C. Why D. How many

5. ________ do you live?

A. When B. Whose C. Where D. Which

6. ______ were absent yesterday?

A. What B. Why C. Whom D. Who

7. ________ did you send an SMS?

A. Where B. Which C. Whom D. How old

8. ________ will Liz arrive in Italy?

A. Why B. What C. How far D. When

9. ________ is it?

A. How B. How much C. How many D. How often

10. ________ books have you got?

A. How B. When C. Where D. How many

11. ________ likes to eat apples?

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

12. ________ mobile is it?

A. Which B. Whose C. Where D. Why

13. ________ will you go to Paris?

A. Where B. What C. What D. How

14. ________ did you call? – John.

A. Why B. Whose C. Whom D. Where

15. ________ cap is it? – Luna’s.

A. Who B. Whom C. Which D. Whose

3. Complete the sentences with suitable question words.

1. ________ are you smiling? Because I’m happy.

2. ________ will you be back? At 5 o’clock.

3. ________ people are there in the hall? 40 people.

4. ________ are you looking at me for? Because you look so cute.

5. ________ phone is it? Alex’s

6. ________ do you go to school? By bus.

7. ________ is it from your house to the train station? five kilometers.

8. ________ book is yours? The red one.

9. ________ will you go to London? Next month.

10. ________ is your mobile? $95.

11. ________ does your sister study? At the university.

12. ________ does it take you to get home? 10 minutes.

4. Correct the mistake in each pair of sentences. If they are true, tick ✓

1. Why are you excited? Because I have a birthday today

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

2. Where does your coat? In the bedroom

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

3. How far does it take you to go to the office? 15 minutes.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. How many apples do you have? Three

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. Why is Rita doing now? She is watching TV.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. How many does your car cost? 2,000 USD

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. How many friends do you has? Two

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

8. How do they go to school? By bus

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

9. Whom is in the kitchen? My little brother

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

10. What is your address? 15 Oak Street

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

11. Whose laptop is this? Joanna

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

12. What shirt would you prefer, the red one or the pink one? The red one

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

13. How far is it from the supermarket to the cinema? 5.5 km.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

14. How does she look like? She is tall and fat.

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

15. By who will the children be looked after? My mother

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. Reorder the words to make correct sentences.

1. the/ finish/ her/ does/ to/ long/ it/ composition?/ take/ How

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

2. it/ Hue/ How/ to/ Ho Chi Minh/ is/ far/ City?/ from

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

3. go/ did/ she/ to/ days/ the/ Why/ doctor/ ago?/ two

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. she/ science/ in/ learn/ What/ about/ does/ class?/ computer

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. her/ What/ for/ give/ he/ birthday?/ did/ her

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. the/ new/ company/ worker/ Where/ the/ have/ to?/ sent

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. grandmother/ last/ What/ hear/ did/ night?/ you

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

8. teacher/ Why/ the/ so/ does/ angry?/ look

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

9. stayed/ long/ you/ How/ New Zealand?/ have/ in

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

10. his/ helped/ Who/ John/ yesterday?/ homework/ with

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6. Write questions for the underlined parts.

1. They study English every Tuesday morning.

→ …………………………………………………

2. Romi goes to school by bus.

→ …………………………………………………

3. The teacher explains the lesson in front of the class.

→ …………………………………………………

4. My brother does his homework carefully.

→ …………………………………………………

5. My daughter washes her hair twice a week.

→ …………………………………………………

6. Miranda sings a song beautifully.

→ …………………………………………………

7. Rachael gets up at five.

→ …………………………………………………

8. Hany doesn’t go to school because he is sick.

→ …………………………………………………

9. Mother cooks rice in the kitchen.

→ …………………………………………………

10. Tommy rides his bike very fast.

→ …………………………………………………

11. Monica has breakfast before going to school.

→ …………………………………………………

12. I give Mario a birthday present.

→ …………………………………………………

13. Mario celebrates his birthday in September.

→ …………………………………………………

14. Julia has two brothers.

→ …………………………………………………

15. Sammy closes the windows because it’s going to rain.

→ …………………………………………………

7. Write questions and answers basing on available words. Number one has been done for you as example.

1. How/ exercise/ yesterday/ difficult

→ How was the exercise yesterday?

It was difficult.

2. What/ she/ often/ do/ after/ do/ exercise/ housework

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

3. How many/ rose/ they/ plant/ in/ garden/ at the moment/ two

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

4. Whom/ Liz/ send/ these/ letter/ tomorrow/ her friends

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

5. How often/ you/ go/ movies/ twice a week

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

6 What/ your mother/ cook/ in the kitchen/ now/ make a cake

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

7. When/ they/ often/ go/ beach/ on their summer holiday

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

8. Why/ he/ fell/ last night/ slip/ a banana peel

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

9. How much/ cheese/ you/ buy/ the party tomorrow/ two/ kilo

10. How long/ you/ live/ California/ for six month

→ ……………………………………………………………………………………

CHUYÊN ĐÉ 15: POSSESSIVE PRONOUN

I. Complete the table with possessive adjective and possessive pronoun.

No.

Personal pronoun

Possessive adjective

Possessive pronoun

1

I

   

2

You

   

3

We

   

4

They

   

5

He

   

6

She

   

7

It

   

2. Choose the best option.

1. Is that table the teacher’s? – Yes, it is ________.

A. he B. his C. them D. theirs

2. The bags belong to the girls. – They are ________.

A. they B. our C. we D. theirs

3. Are these your sister’s shoes? – Yes, they are ________.

A. he B. hers C. her D. she

4. They have many animals. – All these animals are ________.

A. your B. ours C. our D. theirs

5. Those boats belong to us. – They are ________.

A. ours B. we C. them D. I

6. Is that July’s chair? – Yes, it is ________.

A. me B. mine C. hers D. she

7. Do those cars belong to your parents? – Yes, they are ________.

A. they B. we C. theirs D. ours

8. Is this John’s dog? – No, it isn’t ________.

A. his B. him C. he’s D. he

9. Is that letter for you? – Yes, it is ________.

A. I B. my C. mine D. me

10. That hat isn’t Jim’s. – ________is bigger.

A. His B. She C. Jim D. Him

3. Complete the sentence with possessive adjective or possessive pronoun.

1. Is this teddy (you) ________? – No, it’s (she) ________

2. This is (he) ________hat. That one is (she) ________.

3. This is (they) ________goat. The goat ate (it) ________food.

4. (They) ________house is big. (We) ________is very small.

5. This is (I) ________seat. That one is (you) ________

6. Can I use (you) ________racket? (I) ________is broken.

7. (He) ________dog is at the vet because it has hurt (it) ________tail.

8. (I) ________car is very good but (you) ________is better.

9. This is (they) ________street. (We) ________is over there.

10. (She) ________dress is red. (I) ________is blue.

4. Complete the sentences with suitable possessive pronouns, possessive adjectives, object pronoun.

1. Shizuka has eaten her lunch already, but I’m saving ________until later.

2. My telephone is out of order, but ________is still working. Where did you buy it?

3. This bird has broken ________wing.

4. Julie has lost ________book.

5. Our grammar books are different. ________has 278 pages, but mine has only 275.

6. My pencil is broken. Can I borrow ________

7. We gave them ________telephone number, and they gave us ________

8. John loves Julie but does Julie love ________?

9. We moved into the new house three weeks ago but we still don’t have ________ new phone number.

10. That’s my ball. Can you give it to ________, please?

6. Rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning.

1. I have a bike.

→ It

2. Mum and I have a boat.

→ It

3. I have a dog.

→ That

4. The horse has an apple.

→It

5. We have a car.

→That

6. John and Max have a skateboard.

→ It

7. You have a dog.

→ It

8. Max and you have a dad.

→ It

9. They have a bike.

→ That

10. He has a key.

→ That

11. She has a cat.

→ That

12. You have a hat.

→ That

7. Complete the sentences with suitable possessive adjective, possessive pronoun, personal pronoun, object pronoun.

1. Is this car yours? Yes, it’s _______.

2. Is that Alice’s coat? No, it isn’t _______.

3. Is this cake for me? Yes, it is for _______.

4. Give _______ a glass of water. I am thirsty.

5. ESL printables is a nice site. Most teachers make _______ own worksheets.

6. I think these bicycles are Molly’s and yours. Oh yes, they are _______

7. Is your mother at home? Yes, _______ is sitting in the dining room.

8. Do you know John? Yes, _______ know him.

9. Are you French? No, _______ am not.

10. Where is Molly and Andy’s house? _______ house is in West street.

11. Do you know Betty? Yes, I know _______

12. The boys are there. Do you want to talk to _______

13. They’ve got two children but I don’t remember _______ names.

14. Nick has his cap but Henry hasn’t _______.

15. Why is she here? Because _______ wants to see you.

16. I saw Liz and Philip with _______ son, Bill.

17. Are those boys English? Yes, _______ are.

18. Oxford is famous for _______ colleges.

19. _______ favourite sport is football. I play a lot in summer.

20. I like _______ job.

CHUYÊN ĐỀ 16: TAG QUESTION

1. Match each sentence with each tag question (a).

No.

Sentence

Opt.

Tag question

1

You can’t answer all the questions,

A

didn’t he

2

You will help me to do the dishes,

B

could she

3

Tom, turn on the television,

C

did he

4

The teacher shouldn’t explain the lesson,

D

can you

5

The boy didn’t know the lesson,

E

will you

6

Bob frightened you,

F

can’t you

7

You can speak English well,

G

will you

8

She couldn’t arrange that

H

should he

9

You won’t tell him,

I

won’t you

10

He shouldn’t do it,

J

should she

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

2. Match each sentence with each tag question (b).

No.

Sentence

Opt.

Tag question

1

Her name is Linda Martin,

A

isn’t she

2

You have seen this film,

B

haven’t they

3

There are many flowers in the garden,

C

aren’t I

4

There is nothing in the fridge,

D

do they

5

I am right,

E

haven’t you

6

Everybody has gone home,

F

didn’t you

7

Let’s have a drink,

G

aren’t there

8

Nobody knows her name,

H

shall we

9

Tom rarely does his homework,

I

is there

10

You used to go to school on foot,

J

does he

1.

2

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

3. Choose the best option to complete the sentences (a).

1. Everyone can learn how to swim, ________?

A. can they B. can it C. do they D. can’t they

2. Nobody cheated in the exam, ________?

A. did they B. do they C. didn’t they D. they did

3. Nothing went wrong while I was gone, ________?

A. does she B. did she C. did it D. did they

4. I am invited, ________?

A. aren’t I B. are you C. am not I D. I am not

5. This bridge is not very safe, ________?

A. it is B. is it C. isn’t it D. is not it

6. These sausages are delicious, ________?

A. aren’t they B. they aren’t C. are they D. are not they

7. You haven’t lived here long, ________?

A. had you B. hadn’t you C. you have D. have you

8. The weather forecast wasn’t very good, ________?

A. wasn’t it B. wasn’t they C. was it D. it was

9. He’d better come to see me, ________?

A. had not B. had he C. hadn’t he D. has he

10. You need to stay longer, ________?

A. didn’t you B. don’t you C. did you D. you didn’t

4. Choose the best option to complete the sentences (b).

1. They haven’t seen this film, ________?

A. have they B. don’t they C. didn’t they D. have they

2. You wouldn’t tell anyone about it, ________?

A. would you B. will you C. do you D. are you

3. He’d never seen you before, ________?

A. would he B. had he C. wouldn’t he D. hadn’t he

4. Let’s go out for a walk, ________?

A. will you B. will we C. shall we D. do we

5. There is a meeting tonight, ________?

A. isn’t it B. isn’t they C. is there D. isn’t there

6. Tom won’t be here late, ________?

A. won’t he B. will he not C. he won’t D. will he

7. You haven’t lived here long, ________?

A. has you B. have you C. haven’t you D. you have

8. You can speak German, ________?

A. cannot you B. you can’t C. can’t you D. can’t they

9. You couldn’t do me a favor, ________?

A. could you B. can you C. would you D. couldn’t you

10. Everybody has got their own seat, ________?

A. have they B. haven’t they C. they have D. don’t they

5. Correct the mistake in each sentence. If the sentence is true, write ✓. (a)

1. No one died in the accident, didn’t they?

→ …………………………………………..

2. I’m supposed to be here, aren’t I?

→ …………………………………………..

3. Nothing is wrong isn’t it?

→ …………………………………………..

4. Nobody called the phone, did their?

→ …………………………………………..

5. Everything is okay, aren’t it?

→ …………………………………………..

6. Everyone took a rest, did they?

→ …………………………………………..

7. Let’s dance together, shall we?

→ …………………………………………..

8. Don’t talk in class, do you?

→ …………………………………………..

9. Hoa never comes to school late, doesn’t she?

→ …………………………………………..

10. He hardly ever makes a mistake, doesn’t she?

→ …………………………………………..

6. Correct the mistake in each sentence. If the sentence is true, write ✓ .(b)

1. They want to come, don’t they?

→ …………………………………………..

2. Elizabeth is a dentist, isn’t hers?

→ …………………………………………..

3. They won’t be here, will it?

→ …………………………………………..

4. That is your umbrella, wasn’t it?

→ …………………………………………..

5. There aren’t many people here yet, are they?

→ …………………………………………..

6. He has a bicycle, doesn’t he?

→ …………………………………………..

7. Peter would like to come with us to the party, does he?

→ …………………………………………..

8. Those aren’t Fred’s books, is it?

→ …………………………………………..

9. You have never been to Paris, have you?

→ …………………………………………..

10. Something is wrong with Jane today, are they?

→ …………………………………………..

7. Complete the sentences with correct tag questions. (a)

1. Lan enjoys watching TV after dinner, ________?

2. Tam didn’t go to school yesterday, ________?

3. They’ll buy a new computer, ________?

4. She can drink lots of tomato juice every day, ________?

5. She may not come to class today, ________?

6. We should follow the traffic rules strictly, ________?

7. Your mother has read these fairy tales for you many times, ________?

8. He seldom visits you, ________?

9. You’ve never been in Italy, ________?

10. That’s Bob, ________?

8. Complete the sentences with correct tag questions, (b)

1. The lift isn’t working today, ________?

2. It never works well, ________?

3. Everybody realized the danger, ________?

4. Nobody complained about the noise, ________?

5. We had to wait for a long time to get our visa, ________?

6. Let’s go out tonight, ________?

7. John can’t come for the feast tonight, ________?

8. It is hardly snowing, ________?

9. Don’t watch too much TV, ________?

10. He wouldn’t work for Michael, ________?

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