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DAP AN TAI LIEU ON THI MON ANH VAN

Bài gửi  nguyennhu on 8/11/2010, 08:21

Pa con tham khao dap an cua tai lieu on thi mon anh van dau ra nhe.
Tai lieu nay do co Khanh huong dan on tap lop 3,5,7 Nguyen Van Thu cung cap.

D. READING COMPREHENSION
PRACTICE 1
1. D. Nature photographs
2. B. Darkroom chemicals
3. B. Develop photographs taken the day before
4. D. October 16
5. A. Residents who register in advance
6. B. Sumerman International
7. C. transporting goods to other countries.
8. A. they know it would be a profitable business.
9. B. Sumerman International
10. B. The plant hire business
11. D. Three
12. B. Keep it until leaving the U.S.
13. C. A blue one
14. A. Each passenger, or one passenger per family
15. B. Their signatures
16. C. What is business?
17. A. Today business means exchange of goods for money.
18. C. The definition is more specialised.
19. B. In the past
20. D. a shop
PRACTICE 2
1. B. An employee of Excentrix, Inc.
2. B. One
3. A. His son
4. C. After six months
5. D. Eyeglasses
6. A. TapeStore
7. C. holds computer tapes.
8. B.much faster
9. B. each tape
10. A.the system
11. D. An art exhibit
12. D. Four
13. B. $8
14. C. There wasn't enough room to display them all.
15. A. They will be submitted to another show.
16. C. English: The language of millions.
17. D. a, b, c are correct
18. C. Good knowledge of English helps you to gain a successful future.
19. B. English
20. C. throughout the countries in the world.
PRACTICE 3
1. C.A gallery
2. D. An art historian
3. C. Three weeks
4. A. Before the sale begins
5. B. Roman art
6. A. At the age of 22
7. C. Because he wanted to earn a lot of money.
8. C. Because he didn’t have enough money.
9. A. He saved money from his salary.
10. B. It lends money
11. D. A clothing retailer
12. B. In October
13. A. Company earnings
14. C. $300 million
15. D. Invest in Smith & Co.
16. C. 24
17. D. He hid his Korean name before he went to the US and used it when he returned to Japan.
18. B. He was born in a small town on Kyushu Island in Japan and graduated from university there.
19. C. on Kyushu Island in Japan
20. C. His experiences in the US
21. B. Because he was supplying Joshin Denki.
22. C. Koreans were treated worse than Japanese in Japan.
PRACTICE 4
1. C. It costs less to watch DVDs at home.
2. A. A movie theater owner
3. B. 30%
4. A. Drinks
5. D. Thursday
6. A. success
7. C. After he had been in different jobs.
8. A. He organised an international conference.
9. A. a respectable title in society.
10. A. 1948
11. A. He was responding to Choi's request.
12. D. He was doing the work of two people.
13. C. Geum Jewelers had low sales this year.
14. A. Sales supervisor
15. A. Apply to be Geum Jewelry's marketing director
16. A. How Google tries to encourage innovations.
17. C. Rewarding employees who have new ideas
18. D. They are a mix of risk – takers and people who know if something is too risky.
19. C. Teams
20. C. Clever people
PRACTICE 5
1. A. Semco’s corporate culture
2. B. Employees won’t take advantage when deciding their own salaries
3. A. Employees are motivated to make the company successful.
4. C. the fact that nobody comes to the meeting
5. C. The rate at which people leave an organisation and are replaced by others.
6. B. How to choose a financial advisor
7. D. To support independent businesses
8. C. A master’s degree in economics
9. A. Do research
10. C. indirect cost
11. A. Commuter flights have decreased.
12. B. They have been merged with regular flights.
13. D. They can accommodate larger planes.
14. A. It is more economical.
15. B. They have changed.
16. B. to introduce her ideas to the reader.
17. D. what the writer's book is about.
18. C. It is not like any other company.
19. C. workers who have the same attitudes as she does.
20. A. She seems to be someone with strong opinions.
E. READING CLOZE
PRACTICE 1
1. and 2. country 3. be 4. come 5. Italian
6. a 7. where 8. The 9. on 10. it
PRACTICE 2
1. sold 2. invented 3. was 4. In 5. a
6. opened 8. have 7. Coca-Cola 9. and 10. It
PRACTICE 3
1. are 2. twice 3. business 4. of 5. and
6. travel 7. stay 8. in 9. restaurant 10. paid
PRACTICE 4
1. between 2. There 3. schools 4. are 5. begins
6. until 7. days 8. no 9. who 10. children
PRACTICE 5
1. by 2. software 3. although 4. of 5. their
6. most 7. use 8. change 9. and 10. up
PRACTICE 6
1. replaced 2. computers 3. need 4. from 5. to
6. book 7. bill 8. talking 9. used 10. dealing
PRACTICE 7
1. am 2. have 3. It 4. work 5. so
6. do 7. at 8. and 9. because 10. went
PRACTICE 8
1. around 2. live 3. in 4. They 5. by
6. take 7. of 8. get / receive 9. and 10. world
PRACTICE 9
1. of 3. scientist 5. Ethnobotanists / They 7. where 9. to
2. are 4. plants 6. travel / go 8. how 10. diseases
PRACTICE 10
1. to 2. them 3. Recycling/It 4. materials 5. are
6. There 8. and 7. conserve 9. Second 10. environment
PART TWO: WRITING
A.STRUCTURE REVISION
Structure 1
My mother cooks better than I do/me.
The Colombian coffee wasn't as expensive as the Kenyan.
Structure 2
A.
The software is so smart that it can detect and correct any mistakes.
Richard is so tall that he can change light bulbs in some rooms without having to stand on a chair.
B.
1.Emerging markets are too volatile for us to invest in.
Or Emerging markets aren’t stable enough for us to invest in.
2. Rents in the city are too high for us to have an office.
3. The manual was not good/easy/clear enough for us to understand.
Structure 3
1. To understand what she’s talking about is difficult.
2. To spend a day in the country is very relaxing.
Structure 4
1. I strongly advised you not to lend him any more money.
2. I advise you to put your money in the bank.
Structure 5
A.
1. He'd rather play golf than tennis.
2. I'd rather you signed the contract without any further delay.
3. I would rather you delivered the sofa / have the sofa delivered on Friday.
4. I would rather travel by train than drive.
5. I would rather work at home than commute to the office.
B.
1. I’ rather you didn’t smoke in here.
2. I would rather you delivered the sofa on Friday.
Structure 6
1. I haven't been to Bristol for three years.
2. The last time (that) Luсу wore that dress was at Barbara's wedding / when Barbara got married.
3. Phoenix has produced books for children since 1999.
Structure 7
1. If our labour costs were low, we could have cheaper goods.
2. If the train driver hadn’t ignored a warning light, the accident wouldn’t have happened.
Structure 8
A.
1. Tom asked Mary if/whether they would accept their order.
2. John asked his secretary if/whether Peter was coming to the meeting.
B.
1. Ann asked Sally where their head office was.
2. The director asked how the negotiations were going.
C.
1. He requested me not to mention the plans to anyone.
2. The director asked his secretary to send the letter immediately.
Structure 9
1. Unless something goes wrong, we will sign the deal tomorrow.
2. We’re not going to get that contract unless we improve our offer.
3. This project will not be viable unless you can cut your overheads.
Structure 10
1. I wish you had managed to give her my message.
2. Maria wishes (that) she had been put / they had put her in a higher class.
3. Mrs Taylor wishes (that) she did not live/ was/were not living in such a small house.
4. I wish I could understand the language when I gо to France.
Structure 11
1. The report has just been finished by the secretary.
2. The contract can be cancelled within five business days.
3. The goods will be delivered immediately.
4. The outside of the ship was being painted when the accident happened.
5. That student is going to be punished by our teacher.
6. You will be given some advice by Rachel.
Structure 12
1. I will have/get a cheque sent them intermediately by the accounts department. (Trong sách đánh máy thiếu to trước send them thầy cô thêm vào giúp.)
2. I have/get these figures checked by my secretary.
Structure 13
1. In spite of his good salary/ (his) earning a good salary/having а good salary/ of the fact that he earned a good salary he was unhappy in his job.
2. Despite not having finished the report/ the fact that we hadn't finished the report, we sent it to the client.
Structure 14
1. Because of working hard during the course she found the exam easy.
2. Due to having no salary/the fact that they have no salary they may be asking us for a loan unless we go on holiday tomorrow.
Structure 15
1. It takes 6 hours to drive from London to Edinburgh.
2. It took Mary a year to save up to buy a new car/for a new car.
Structure 16
1. It was not until after midnight that the noise stopped.
2. It wasn't until Shirley was eight that she began/started to read/reading.
3. It was not until I arrived at the classroom that I realized that I had left my dictionary at home.
Structure 17
1. It's four years since Robert and Catherine got/were married.
2. It is over six months since John had his car repaired.
Structure 18
A.
1. Could you tell me if/whether you have applied for a similar position before. (Thầy cô sửa lại giúp câu trong sách thành “Have you applied for a similar position before?”
2. We’d like to know if/whether we must be here by six or we can come a little later.
B.
1. Could you tell me what you like most about your present job?
2. Do you know in which newspaper you saw the advertisement?
Structure 19
1. The more popular T.V programmes become, the worse they seem to get.
2. The less time that worker has, the better he works.
Structure 20
1. They suggested that I should put an advertisement in the local paper. (Thầy cô sửa giúp lại The thành They)
2. William suggested that Peter should complain to the company.
Structure 21
1. I used to do the gardening.
2. Ben used to travel a lot for his job when he worked for IBM.
Structure 22
1. You will be accustomed to living alone.
2. We are used to hot weather when we lived in Bangkok
Structure 23
1. Neither Jack nor Tom is here.
2. Either we could fly or we could go by train
Structure 24
1. The new marketing plan will both improve our position and increase our sales volume.
2. He writes both correctly and neatly.
Structure 25
1. Do you mind if I clean up I clean up the mess in the kitchen tomorrow?
2. Do you mind if I copy your notes from class yesterday?
Structure 26
1. Would you mind delivering one copy for me when you're finished?
OR Would you please deliver one copy for me when you're finished?
2. Would you mind explaining these instructions for the fax machine?
OR Would you please explain these instructions for the fax machine?
Structure 27
1. If you’re not well, you had better ask Ann to go instead.
2. We’d better deposit any large amount of company cash in the safe.
Structure 28
1. Why don’t we stop now and carry on again tomorrow?
2. Why don’t we organise a leaving party for Bob Simpson?
Structure 29
C.
1. No sooner had I gone to bed than the phone rang.
2. Hardly had we started our walk when it began to rain.
D.
1. At no time was I shown how to operate the machinery.
2. Never have there been more people out of work in this country.
3. Only last week did the Agriculture Minister admit defeat.
4. Not only did he spend all his money, but he also borrowed some money from me.
5. Under no circumstances should you phone the police.
E. (Sửa D. thành E.)
1. Were уоu to change your mind, you'd be welcome to join us.
2. Had you asked him, he would have lent you his violin.
B. CONTROLLED WRITING
PRACTICE 1
1. Marks & Spencer is the most famous British shop in the world.
2. At the moment, there are 283 M&S shops in Britain and other countries.
3. Currently, they are building a large new store in Paris.
4. There are about 50 stores in Canada.
5. More and more people, from Hong Kong to Lisbon, are buying (their) clothes and food from M&S.
6. The company employs about 50,000 employees worldwide.
7. Sales have increased by 80% over the last ten years.
8. Many of the shops abroad are franchises.
9. Owners of franchises/ buy all their stocks from M&S.
10. They pay the company a percentage of their turnover.
PRACTICE 2
1. Sir Peter Parker is well known as a top manager.
2. He studied history at Oxford University between (from) 1947 and (to) 1950.
3. He worked as a manager for a number of companies during the 1950s and 1960s.
4. He became well known to the public as Chairman of British Rail.
5. He joined British Rail in 1976 and left in 1983.
6. In 1978, he was awarded a knighthood by the Queen.
7. He was appointed as Chairman of Mitsubishi Electric (UK) in 1984.
8. He was the first non-Japanese to become Chairman of a Japanese company.
9. In 1991, the Japanese Govern
10. He wrote his autobiography, For Starters, in 1989.
PRACTICE 3
1. Electrolux is a Swedish company with its head office in Stockholm.
2. It started as a company in 1921 when it produced the world’s first vacuum cleaner.
3. Four years later, in 1925 it produced the first refrigerator, and these are still two of its best-known products.
4. It now owns many well-known consumer brands, including AEG, Zanussi, and Partner.
5. Today it employs 81, 971 people and sells its products in more than 150 countries.
6. Its worldwide turnover in 2002 was 14,552 million euros.
7. It has two global divisions, called Consumer Durables and Professional Products.
8. Consumer Durables includes the appliances we have in our homes, for example cookers, vacuum cleaners, and washing machines.
9. Professional Products includes much larger appliances, for example food service equipment for hotels and restaurants, and outdoor products for the garden.
10. This makes it the world’s largest producer of powered appliances for kitchen, cleaning, and outdoor use.
PRACTICE 4
1. Unilever is a British-Dutch company with its head offices in Rotterdam and London.
2. It now owns many well-known consumer brands, including Knorr, Lipton's tea, Omo, Dove and Lux.
3. Knorr is their biggest food brand with a strong presence in over 80 countries and a product range including soups, sauces, bouillons, noodles and complete meals.
4. Today it employs 247,000 people in 57 countries and sells its products in 150 countries to 150 m customers.
5. Its worldwide turnover in 2002 was 48,760 million euros.
6. It spends 2.3% of its turnover on Research and Development.
7. It has two global divisions, called Food and Home and Personal Care.
8. Over 50% of its sales come from the Food Division.
9. It has 10 regional business groups to meet the needs of local markets.
10. This makes it an international manufacturer of leading brands in foods, home care and personal care.
PRACTICE 5
1. Tara started in 1978.
2. It is a family-owned business.
3. Its head office is in Cordoba, Spain.
4. It sells clothes for men and women.
5. Its customers are mainly fashion-conscious people aged 20 to 35.
6. It has 15 stores in Spain, all of which are profitable.
7. It has an annual turnover of €260 million.
8. Its net profits last year were approximately €16 million.
9. The workforce is over 2,000 employees.
10. It is planning to open 5 new overseas stores next year.
PRACTICE 6
1. Webwatch was established in 2001.
2. It was founded by two brothers, Mike and Jon Harding.
3. It is a web design company.
4. Its head office is in Colorado, America.
5. It designs websites for companies.
6. Its client list includes both small and large firms.
7. These firms are in all business sectors from real estate to universities.
8. It has an annual turnover of $80 million.
9. It now has about 50 employees.
10. In the future Webwatch aims to become a world leader in website design.
PRACTICE 7
1. LVMH (Louis Vuitton, Moet Hennessey) manufactures and sells luxury goods.
2. There are several companies in the group.
3. It has 60 famous brands, such as Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, and Christian Dior.
4. It has 1,500 stores worldwide and is expanding its network.
5. It employs 56,000 people.
6. Its head office is in France, but 63% of its staff work outside France.
7. It is a creative and innovative group.
8. It aims to impress its customers with its high quality and long-lasting products.
9. Its new products depend a lot on research and development.
10. LVMH controls every detail of the brands' image.
PRACTICE 8
1. The Inditex group owns six fashion chains including Zara.
2. It has around 1,500 stores worldwide.
3. It operates in 44 countries.
4. It employs 27,000 people
5. It has more than 200 fashion designers.
6. Currently the fashion designers are working on next year's designs.
7. The Inditex group is doing very well at the moment.
8. It is trying to become a global fashion leader.
9. Amancio Ortega, the founder of Inditex, also invests in property and hotels.
10. Most of this year's investment is staying in Spain.
PRACTICE 9
1. The Sony Walkman was one of the most famous products of the last century.
2. The small box was cheap and it was the easiest way to hear your favorite songs.
3. By the end of the century, it was normal to listen to the newest music everywhere.
4. At the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century, technology moved faster.
5. There was a modern way to listen to music – the iPod.
6. Like the Walkman, the iPod is popular because it is simple to use.
7. You can download over 10,000 songs from the Internet, and it is also smaller than a Walkman.
8. Perhaps the iPod will be the next icon for the 21st century.
9. But in this century, Apple may have stronger competition than the Sony Walkman did in the last century.
10. Other companies are now producing similar products.
PRACTICE 10
1. The YP9000 is new, elegant and very high-tech.
2. It looks like a mobile phone – but it does so much more.
3. You can use it to make phone calls, send and receive e –mails, browse the Internet, play music and video.
4. It also has a digital zoom camera for taking photos.
5. It is ideal for travelling – you don’t need to carry any other devices.
6. It is 22 centimetres long, one centimetre thick and just 75 grams heavy.
7. This compact device gives you high-quality sound, full-colour video and excellent text readability.
8. It is powered by a fast microprocessor with 64 megabytes of memory.
9. The powerful operating system lets you do several things at the same time, quickly and reliably.
10. What is more, this amazing device is competitively priced at just 199 dollars.
C. SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION
PRACTICE 1
1. I wish (that) I had told you the truth.
2. It was such an unexpected remark that she/ didn’t know what to say. / couldn’t say a word.
3. It was the first time (that) I had ever met Pia’s husband.
4. So expensive was the Picasso painting that nobody could buy /afford it.
5. In spite of [the poor economic climate]/ [facing the poor economic climate]/ [the fact that we are facing the poor economic climate], our sales have held up.
6. These products have been designed by a special team since 2 months ago.
7. It took me three hours to fix your air conditioner.
8. I’d rather not apply for this job.
9. If I had known you were coming, I would have waited for you.
10. He had the trousers shortened by his tailor.
PRACTICE 2
1. The film was so boring that we left before the end.
2. The bills have to be paid before the fifth of the month.
3. If Larry had had enough money, she could / would have bought the car.
4. She will have someone translate it into English.
5. It usually takes us half an hour to go to the office by bus.
6. I wish I had applied for that job.
7. In spite of (his) being very tired, he kept on working.
8. Only in doing so can I get a pay-rise.
9. I apologise for being/ having been rude/ for my rudeness to you yesterday.
10. It’s the first time I have met such a famous person.
PRACTICE 3
1. Even though I support him, I'm not convinced he's right.
2. If he hadn’t had his wife’s support, he would never have achieved his ambition.
3. All the seats for the concert on December 14th have been sold/ booked
4. Paul apologized for giving (having given) Susan the wrong number.
5. George used to be much more energetic (than he is now/ at present)
6. However hard she works, she never seems to succeed.
7. No sooner had the thieves touched the safe than tear gas was released
8. Only last week did the Agriculture Minister admitted defeat.
9. By the end of the week I will have finished the book.
10. We were not able to have our picnic because of the heavy rain.
PRACTICE 4
1. William’s mother told him/her son (1) not to leave (the house)/not to go out/to stay in (the house)/to stay at home (1) until/till/before she got back (1)
2. So as not to be late for the meeting, they left in plenty of time.
3. Today American women are used to earning their own money.
4. Would you mind not playing your music so loudly?
5. No matter how hard I tried, I still couldn't decipher his handwriting.
6. I was the last person to know about the accident.
7. Hardly had they arrived on the beach when it started to rain.
8. I needn’t have written that letter.
9. Because of heavy rain they didn’t come.
10. She wishes James were more involved in charity work.
PRACTICE 5
1. Mary asked John not to tell anyone her new address.
2. Those two questions were too difficult for us to answer.
3. Are these the cheapest televisions (that) you have got?
4. Samuel has kept a diary for (the last) five years.
5. It's the first time I've seen that man (here).
6. In spite of (his) being very tired, he kept on working.
7. So afraid was the child that he hid behind the sofa.
8. He isn't young enough to get the job.
9. The work is so hard that she asks her friend for some help.
10. This is the first time (that) we have visited the museum.
PRACTICE 6
1. The landlady asked (me) if/whether I had had/eaten enough (for/food for) lunch.
2. Sally was given a microcomputer for her birthday by her parents.
3. If I had had your address I would have written to you.
4. Judy has been working with us for eight years.
5. The heavy snow prevented/stopped her from getting to work.
6. William suggested that Peter should complain to the company.
7. It was so cold/ such а cold day that wе stayed/had to stay indoors.
8. In spite of /his good salary/having a good salary the fact that he had/earned a good salary he was unhappy in his job.
9. The film was so boring that we left before the end.
10. It was too late to do anything/for anything to be done.
PRACTICE 7
1. A wide range of electronic components will be manufactured by our company next year.
2. They have been producing cars here for ten years.
3. Unless sales improve soon, we will have to cut production.
4. He asked his secretary not to put any calls through to his office.
5. It was such a bad manual that I couldn’t understand it.
6. I had my secretary book the meeting room./I had the meeting room booked by my secretary.
7. In spite of his poor skill, he can work in a big company./In spite of the fact that his skill is very poor, he can work in a big company.
8. Never before have I seen such awful behaviour.
9. I would rather you posted this letter.
10. We wish they had come on holiday with us.
PRACTICE 8
1. Alex Brander has been running Phoenix Media since 1996.
2. The director asked his secretary not to mention the plans to anyone.
3. It is such a complicated contract that I can’t understand it.
4. I had the personnel manager arrange an interview./ I had an interview arranged by the personnel manager.
5. New products will be developed for Asia’s market next year.
6. In spite of being stuck in a traffic jam, she arrived in time for the interview./ In spite of the fact that she was stuck in a traffic jam, she arrived in time for the interview.
7. Only at night can I study.
8. He would rather work in a bank.
9. I wish they had offered me the job.
10. If we had put up our prices, we wouldn’t have kept our market share.
PRACTICE 9
1. She asked: “How much does the Colombian coffee cost?”
2. In spite of not having finished the report, we sent it to the client.
3. The time machine will be shown to the public when they finish.
4. That commentator, whose name I've forgotten, is very well-known.
5. I wish you had managed to give her my message.
6. No sooner had I arrived than I noticed what was wrong.
7. The policeman asked us whose suitcase it was.
8. The storm prevented/stopped the trains from running/ made the train stop running/ made it impossible for the train to run.
9. We are going to have the garage repair the car next week.
10. In three years’ time we will have completed the bridge.
PRACTICE 10
1. The project will have been completed before the deadline.
2. No sooner had she left than the meeting broke up.
3. That commentator, whose name I've forgotten, is very well-known.
4. If there had not been so many mistakes in the advertisement, we would not have had to redo it.
5. The doctor advised Mr. Roberts to take more exercise if he wanted to lose weight.
6. I must have my watch mended before I take the exam.
7. In three years’ time we will have completed the bridge.
8. Despite his lack of self-confidence, he offered to make a speech./ Despite the fact that he did not have much self-confidence, he offered to make a speech.
9. Had we been warned, would we have acted differently?
Joan eats because she does not want to put on weight.


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