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Bài tập củng cố thi giữa kì tiếng anh 9 – Unit 1-Unit 3

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I. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1:  A.  bamboo            B.  afternoon          C.  soon                 D.  took
Question 2:  A.  snack                Bcollection          C.  locate                D.  picnic
Question 3:  A.  federation         B.  impress             Cethnic               D.  depend
Question 4:  A.  exchange          B.  bank                 C.  hamburger        D.  bamboo
II. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 5:  A.  practical            B.  designer            C.  minority           D.  occasion
Question 6:  A.  label                 B.  freedom            C.  clothing            D.  inspire
Question 7:  A.  commentary      B.  compulsory       C.  territory            D.  friendliness
Question 8:  A.  consist              B.  fashion              C.  design              D.  constrain
III. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 9: People refer to these different medical conditions collectively as heart diseases.
A.  refer to                                                       B.  different medical conditions
C.  as                                                               D.  heart diseases
Question 10: These glasses are very expensive so please care with them.
A.  glasses                    B.  so                          C.  care                       D.  them
Question 11: When they went to bed on Christmas Eve, children used to hang up a stocking for their present.
A.  on Christmas Eve    B.  used to                   C.  hang up                 D.  their present
Question 12: The gallery houses one of the finest collections for impressionist art.
A.  houses                    B.  the finest               C.  for                         D.  impressionist
Question 13: We’ve corresponded with each other for years but I’ve never meet him.
A.  corresponded           B.  with each other      C.  years                     D.  I’ve never meet
Question 14: A female kangaroo carries their young in a pocket commonly called a pouch.
A.  female kangaroo      B.  carries                   C.  their young            D.  a pocket
Question 15: I saw the movie before, but I decided to see it again.
A.  saw                         B.  before                    C.  but I                      D.  to see
Question 16: The piano concerto was beautifully performed by a sixteen-years-old.
A.  The                                                            B.  piano concerto
C.  was beautifully performed                          D.  sixteen-years-old
Question 17: Harry S. Truman assumed the presidency of the United States after  F.D. Roosevelt dies in office.
A.  assumed                  B.  presidency          C.  F.D. Roosevelt dies        D.  in office
Question 18: Vitamin C, which is found in fruits such as oranges and strawberries, it can prevent a disease known as scurvy.
A.  Vitamin                   B.  oranges                 C.  it                            D.  a disease
Question 19: Asking about the date of the election, the prime minister commented that no decision had yet been made.
A.  Asking about          B.  commented            C.  no decision            D.  had yet been made
Question 20: The house is convenient located, about a mile from the shopping center.
A.  is convenient           B.  about                     C.  from                      D.  the shopping center
Question 21: A fire protection device had a mechanism that reacts to smoke and heat.
A.  fire protection device                                  B.  had
C.  reacts to                                                     D.  smoke and heat
IV. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 22: Egypt is famous _____ ancient pyramids.
A.  for                          B.  on                          C.  to                          D.  from
Question 23: I wish Al _____ sing a couple of songs.
A.  would                     B.  will                        C.  can                        D.  is going to
Question 24: I’m _____ sightseeing for the rest of the day.
A.  going to                  B.  making                  C.  having                   D.  going
Question 25: “The maintenance people didn’t remove the chairs from the ballroom.”
“Don’t worry. They _____ them soon.”
A.  will be moved         B.  will move              C.  were moved           D.  moved
Question 26: James lived with his parents _____ he was twenty-five.
A.  for                          B.  from                      C.  till                         D.  through
Question 27: The company wants to _____ the factory on land near thè railroad tracks.
A.  locate                      B.  be located              C.  locating                 D.  located
Question 28: Look what John _____ me!
A.  give                        B.  gave                       C.  has giving              D.  has given
Question 29: We would welcome your comments _____ our work.
A.  on                           B.  in                           C.  at                           D.  for
Question 30: They _____ with leading European scholars.
A.  correspond              B.  correlate                C.  correct                  D.  correspondence
Question 31: “Those eggs of different colors are very artistic.” “Yes, they _____ in Russia.”
A.  were painted           B.  were paint             C.  were painting         D.  painted
Question 32: “Who ate all the cookies?” “Mary Ann _____.”
A.  has                          B.  did                         C.  ate                         D.  had
Question 33: The _____ from my family and friends made me very unhappy.
A.  separate                  B.  separation              C.  separating              D.  separately
Question 34: He is a great admirer _____ Picasso’s early paintings.
A.  in                            B.  for                         C.  of                          D.  on
Question 35: I wish we _____ everything we wanted all the time.
A.  can buy                   B.  could buy               C.  will buy                 D.  were buying
V. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to
each of the questions.
Of all the natural wonders of the world, few are as spectacular as Niagara Falls. Located on the Niagara River along the border between the United States and Canada, Niagara Falls actually consists of two falls, the American Falls and the Horseshoe Falls. The former is on the US side of the border, in the state of New York, while the latter is on the Canadian side. About 85% of the water in Niagara River flows over the Horseshoe Falls, which is the more impressive of the two falls.
About 10 million people visit the falls each year, most during the summer tourist season. Sightseers can ride steamers up close to the boiling water of the falls, or view them from parks on both sides of the river. Niagara Falls has long been a popular honeymoon destination for newlyweds.
Question 36: Which of the following is entirely on the US side of the border with Canada?
A.  Niagara River         B.  American Falls      C.  Niagara Falls         D.  Horseshoe Falls
Question 37: It can be inferred from the passage that Horseshoe Falls _____.
A.  is the larger of the two falls                         B.  is the less impressive fall
C.  has 15% of the Niagara River flowing over its edge    D.  is in the state of New York
Question 38: According to the passage, people prefer to visit Niagara Falls in the _____.
A.  spring                     B.  summer                 C.  fall                        D.  winter
Question 39: Which of the following is not true?
A.  According to the passage, Niagara Falls is the most spectacular wonder of the world.
B.  Niagara Falls is located on the Niagara River.
C.  The American Falls and the Horseshoe Falls compose the Niagara Falls.
D.  American Falls is the less impressive of the two falls.
Question 40: In the author judgement, _____.
A.  Niagara Falls is most beautiful during the summer tourist season.
B.  Niagara Falls is a very popular tourist attraction, especially with honeymooners.
C.  American Falls is more beautiful than Horseshoe Falls.
D.  The waters of the two falls is very hot.
VI. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
You wouldn’t believe what happened yesterday. As I look out my hotel window this morning, I’m not sure I believe it myself.
First, I went to see the parade of the krewe of Zulu. It was great! The people in the parade were in African clothes. They threw beads to the crowd and handed out painted coconuts. I almost got a coconut, but a woman pushed me aside and grabbed it. I did get some beads though!
To get away from the crowds, I ducked into Pat O’Brien’s, a bar next to Preservation hall where I heard some great jazz a few nights ago. Guess what? Everybody was in Pat O’Brien’s, too! I had a hurricane, a drink the bar is famous for. It’s a combination of rum and passion fruit juice. I soon found out that although it tastes like juice, it works like rum!
To clear my head, I went to the Cafe du Monde and had café au lait and some warm beignets. The cafe overlooks the Mississippi River, and its beignets are delicious!
Then, as in Cinderella, at midnight it was all over and the crowds went home. Today it seems like Mardi Gras was just a strange but beautiful dream.
* Mardi Gras: Một lễ hội được tổ chức hàng năm ở một số thành phố; lễ hội Mardi Gras ở New Orleans nổi tiếng nhất
Question 41: What can be the best title of the passage?
A.  The Day After Mardi Gras                          B.  A Strange but Beautiful Dream
C.  The Parade of the Krewe of Zulu                 D.  New Orleans During Mardi Gras
Question 42: The word ‘its’ in line 13 refers to _____.
A.  the Cafe du Monde                                     B.  café au lait
C.  the Mississippi River                                  D.  my head
Question 43: In the context of the passage, what does the word “works“ means?
A.  to make somebody work                             B.  to operate
C.  to succeed                                                  D.  to have a particular effect
Question 44: From reading the passage, it seems that the writer is _____.
A.  a native of New Orleans                             B.  a tourist
C.  a hotelier                                                    D.  a musician
Question 45: Which of the following is true?
A.  The writer did get a painted coconut.
B.  Everybody didn’t like Mardi Gras so they ducked into Pat O’Brien’s.
C.  There was a hurricane in New Orleans during Mardi Gras.
D.  The drink that Pat O’Brien’s is famous for is a combination of rum and passion fruit juice.
VII. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
During World War I many women had jobs, and their clothes needed to be more practical. They began wearing shorter skirts and bared their legs. Soon they began wearing trousers. The lively, outrageous flapper style of the 1920s included lower waistlines, long necklaces and short hair. Men’s suits became looser and were worn with a long tie.
During the 1960s women wore miniskirts, and jeans and T-shirts became popular with both sexes. Women’s shoes appeared in many colors and styles, including sandals and platforms (= shoes with a thick sole and high heel). Since then, fashions have continued to change rapidly, and young people, especially, are quick to wear the latest styles.
Question 46: What can be the best title of the passage?
A.  Puritan-style clothes                                   B.  Medieval costume
C.  War Clothing                                             D.  Style of the 20th century
Question 47: When did women wear jeans?
A.  In 1960                                                      B.  In the seventh decade of the 20th century
C.  In the sixth decade of the 20th century        D.  During World War I
Question 48: Why did women begin wearing trousers?
A.  They wanted to look lively and outrageous.
B.  They were fighting for greater equality between the sexes.
C.  They wanted to wear clothes that are useful for their work.
D.  They didn’t like wearing short skirts.
Question 49: What does the word “suits” in the first paragraph mean?
A.  fashions                  B.  style                      C.  dresses                  D.  pieces of clothing
Question 50: Which of the following is not true?
A.  During World War I women began wearing short skirts to bare their legs.
B.  During 1960s, men and women liked to wear T-shirts.
C.  During World War I women needed useful clothes.
D.  Young people are quick to wear the latest styles.
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