Đáp Án Olympic English 2022

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    1. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    But as soon as she reached the meeting point for the rally, there was no time for day ……..

    2. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    In the interest of safety the main valve on the machine had to be ……. off.

    3. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Julia married a wealthy old man when she was only eighteen because all she wanted was to be rich. Years later she realized it was a big ……..

    4. Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    Tom told Andrea that giant turtles had escaped from the city zoo and were eating only left-handed people. It wasn’t until she saw the smirk on his face that Andrea noticed he was just pulling her leg.

    5. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    The teacher asked her students to do their ……..

    6. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    You are ……. smart.

    7. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Brian came home very angry and started shouting at the kids and ……. the table.

    8. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Tom works the ……. of anyone.

    9. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    It’s getting late now and I’m very tired so I think we’ll ……. it a day.

    10. Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    Yes, we went away on holiday last week but it rained day in, day out.

    11. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I asked you ……. of these shoes you think would go with my outfit.

    12. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Mike: She always goes to work on a bike.Jane: …….

    13. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    You like milk in your tea, …….?

    14. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Once out in the open air I experienced a violent ……. but soon the sun came out.

    15. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    John: ‘I must say you really helped us out when we lostthose passports.’

    Sue: ‘…….

    16. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    They panicked and ……..

    17. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    You see throughout our ……. season we have never received so much laughter as we have from you.

    18. Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    You shouldn’t worry about the exam because you have ppared well and you’ll probably find it a piece of cake.

    19. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Sadly the smaller frog grew tired and drowned but the older one kept on moving about and in the morning……..

    20. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Waiter: You’ll have no luck there either. We haven’t got any ……..

    21. Choose the correct definition

    fluctuate

    22. Choose the correct definition

    star

    23. Choose the correct definition

    in a hurry

    24. Choose the correct definition

    migration

    25. Choose the correct definition

    inject

    26. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 27. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 28. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 29. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 30. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 31. Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    June, July and August are typical summer months with many long, sunny days. September is the start of autumn or the fall as people in North America says. October is a very colourful month because of the different colours on the trees.

    32. Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    The parcel was so grand that it wouldn’t go through my letter box.

    33. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    They ……. here for three years before you ……. last week.

    34. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Bill, ……. son works for us, can provide an estimate.

    35. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    People all over the world have ……. Agatha Christie’s stories.

    36. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. he wasn’t feeling very well, David was determined to take part in the inter university athletics meet.

    37. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    “…….?” They asked me.

    38. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I may ……. able to come to your party if I have the time.

    39. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. you want to go out during a lecture, what should you do?

    40. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Mari Can I borrow your umbrella for a day? Ann: …….

    41. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Try ……. these irregular verbs by next week.

    44. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    My best friend and I ……. each other for over fifteen years. We still ……. together once a week.

    45. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Bob ran 100 meters ……. 11 seconds.

    46. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    They ……. married but in the end, they changed their mind.

    47. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. one of you is coming to my house later?

    48. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Last night at this time, they ……. the same thing.

    49. Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    Dave believed the plan was to dangerous and at first he said he didn’t want to have anything to do with it.

    50. Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. is that guy talking to your sister?

    51. Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    polarize

    52. Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    observance

    53. Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    stammer

    54. Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    rectify

    55. Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    pmium

    56. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 57. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 58. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 59. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest 60. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    Tuần 1

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank ……. 4 of my grandparents are still alive.

    Both ✔

    None

    All

    Many

    Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    I can see there are no flies on you but you must admit it is very cheap.

    you’re not clear

    you’re not easy

    you’re not clever

    you’re not stupid ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. is that guy talking to your sister?

    Which

    Whose

    C. Who ✔

    Whom

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    There are eight pets in my house. Six are cats and ……. are dogs.

    others

    another

    the other

    D the others ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Old lady: All I want to know is ……. day today is.

    A .what ✔

    when

    where

    who

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    At ……. I think she’s very ptty.

    last

    lost

    less

    Least ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Mike: ‘Guess how much income tax I pay.’

    Jane: ‘…….’

    I haven’t a thought.

    I haven’t a belief.

    I haven’t a point.

    I haven’t a clue.✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I’m tired of waiting for buses, I’m going there ……. foot.

    with

    on✔

    to

    By

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Charles: That’s really ……. I nd that dicult to believe.

    amaze

    B. amazing✔

    amazes

    amazed

    Choose one correct answer to ll in the blank

    The RM has expanded and they want to ……. on extra staff.

    do

    get

    make

    take✔

    Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    I know you are very sorry that you broke the pot but accidents will happen.

    things will take place

    things do occur

    things take place often✔

    things often go wrong

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    My mother was very angry; she couldn’t stop ……. up and down the hallway.

    straying

    limping

    Pacing ✔

    strolling

    Choose one correct answer to ll in the blank

    Mrs Ashton: Excuse me but do you know ……. this train is going to London?

    since

    if

    How ✔

    whenever

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Distributors will probably bump ……. the price of the software when the next version is released.

    Up ✔

    on

    off

    out

    Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    I simply can’t stand sugar in my tea or coffee.

    can’t eat

    can’t drink

    can’t tolerate

    can’t allow ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    After two rings of the bell she suddenly ……. in the doorway.

    seemed

    looked

    C. appeared✔

    viewed

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    These days I wish I could turn the clock ……. and tell Doris how right she was!

    out

    in

    on

    back✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Last night, I ……. I was calling the police, and today I really did it.

    dream

    dreaming

    C. dreamed✔

    have dreamed

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    You’re an asset to our team. …….

    Stay it up!

    Remain doing it!

    Keep it up! ✔

    Continue it up!

    Choose one correct answer to ll in the blank

    I see you have a ……. in your car.

    card

    route

    C. map✔

    drawing

    Choose the correct denition

    homogeneous

    noun: a person trained in sports, games, or other activities that require strength, speed, and skill

    B consisting of things or people that are all the same or all of the same type✔

    noun: money or something else given as payment for work done or to make up for a loss

    the possibility of something bad or unpleasant happening

    Choose the correct denition

    put the rubbish out

    to put something in a particular position

    verb: throw away waste in house✔

    adjective: raised or built above ground level

    Choose the correct denition

    leisure

    noun: the time when you are not working ✔

    a small, cheap hotel

    noun: a short news piece; a newsletter

    a card shown by the referee to a player who has broken the rules of the game and is not allowed to play for the rest of the game

    Choose the correct denition

    cabbage

    noun: a vegetable with a short stem and a circular, thick head of green or purple leaves ✔

    adjective: allowed by the law

    noun: the state or process of taking pleasure in something

    adjective: (of a person) traditional and reluctant to change

    Choose the correct denition

    antimicrobial

    to make something or someone seem less bad

    to destroy or remove (something) completely

    noun: a skill or accomplishment that proves a person is able to something

    Capable of destroying or inhibiting the growth of microorganisms✔

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    discourage

    derivative

    spirited✔

    anatomy

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    speculate

    similar

    literary

    D. horizontal✔

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    pamble

    versatile

    patently

    D. inheritance✔

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    irony

    B. punctuation✔

    supplement

    counselor

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    piloting

    B. technological✔

    citizen

    maritime

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. you really help me? If so, I should be most grateful.

    A. Could✔

    Must

    May

    Might

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    When I arrived, no arrangements ……..

    had been made✔

    weren’t made

    hadn’t been made

    have been made

    Choose one correct answer to ll in the blank

    She suddenly realized that she only had a few days left on her vacation, so she decided to ……. the

    most of it.

    A. make✔

    do

    made

    did

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    What’s your view of what’s coming next? – …….

    Things can only grow better.

    B. Things can only get better.✔

    Things can only show better.

    Things can only appear better.

    Choose one correct answer to ll in the blank

    Michelle screamed when she saw the spider ……. dangled from the one clean bathroom towel.

    whom

    where

    that✔

    whose

    Choose one correct answer to ll in the blank

    Could you please turn ……. the stereo? The music is interesting.

    up✔

    off

    round

    to

    Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    If you like, I can say you more about this wonderful event.

    If

    say✔

    more

    Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    Ah, you must have muddling up the last two digits because you obviously dialled 8 – 5 instead of 5

    – 8.

    must

    muddling✔

    instead of

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. to speak?

    To whom did the reporter want✔

    To who did the reporter want

    To whom the reporter wanted

    What did the reporter want

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Bob ran 100 meters ……. 11 seconds.

    in✔

    at

    on

    with

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Don’t you think this would be the ……. spot for a picnic?

    lovely

    more lovely

    loveliest

    most lovely✔

    Complete the sentence with the best verb.

    capture✔

    captures

    Choose one correct answer to ll in the blank

    ……. drive me home later?

    Do you think you can✔

    You can

    Did

    Is possible

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I didn’t go with them since I ……. for a test on the following day.

    must have ppared✔

    have been pparing

    had to ppare

    was being ppared

    When electronic waste isn’t disposed of properly, it releases toxic chemicals and cancer-causing

    can poison wildlife and people.

    Nevertheless✔

    Therefore

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    You were the last one ……. the oce. Did you see anyone ……. the building?

    leaving / to enter

    to leave / enter

    left / entering✔

    leave / entered

    Choose the word that best completes the sentence.

    birthday.

    friendly✔

    nicely

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    We wanted to go to the beach. ……., it started to rain and we stayed at home.

    However✔

    Moreover

    yet

    Consequently

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I don’t want anybody but ……. to work on this project.

    she

    her✔

    hers

    she’s

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    He may never speak to me again if he ……. out what happened.

    will nd✔

    was nding

    nds

    had found

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    fertile

    cold

    essential quality; reputation; honor

    rich; fruitful; inventive; creative; intellectually productive✔

    suffering from excessive loss of wate

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    yeast

    descendant

    B foam, or troth, or the sediment, of beer or other in fermentation✔

    quantity of bread baked at one time; a collection of things or persons to be handled together

    beyond what has been said; further; besides; in addition; furthermore; also; likewise

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    twilight

    free from obstructions; make surface shine

    light perceived before the rising, and after the setting, of the sun; faint light; dubious or uncertain medium through which anything is viewed ✔

    seclude; set apart or cut off from others

    branch of physics concerned with the motion of bodies

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    tenor

    continuous, unwavering course; exact meaning or actual wording of a document✔

    state of being unable to pay your debts

    freeing someone from the control of another

    impose ne or tax; collect payment

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    ivory

    ppare, as food, by cooking in a dry heat, either in an oven or under coals, or on

    heated stone or metal

    share of money, food, or clothing that has been charitably given

    teeth of elephant; pale or grayish yellow to yellowish white✔

    one that opposes, stands in the way of, or holds up progress

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    spatula

    antarctica✔

    clarion

    brainstorming

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    mimicry

    talisman

    unappciated✔

    concubine

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    echelon

    coexist ✔

    sanctify

    egoist

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    contented

    prosaic

    resuscitate

    labyrinth✔

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    skyrocket

    dispensary✔

    ambivalent

    exchequer

    Bộ 2:

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Everything in the ……. is lovely.

    A roses

    B owers

    C grass

    D garden ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    How ……. money do you have?

    A much✔

    B more

    C many

    D often

    Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    I’ve looked everywhere for my passport and can only assume it has gone astray.

    A got freed

    B got taken

    C got missed

    D got lost✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    A stood

    B stored✔

    C stoked

    D stopped

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I asked you ……. of these shoes you think would go with my outt.

    A whose✔

    B who

    C whom

    D which

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    One of that child’s teeth is very ……. and will soon fall out.

    A lost

    B losing

    C lose

    D loose✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Barbara, your boyfriend is waiting for you ……. in the car.

    A around

    B outside✔

    C above

    D against

    Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    Between you and me, so don’t tell anyone, I’m sure he’ll lose the election.

    A In truth✔

    B In condence

    C In fact

    D In conclusion

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Christina loves to …….!

    A so

    B soul

    C sew

    D sow✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    The rescuers tried desperately to listen out for people trapped in the wreckage but sadly the cries

    of those trapped were ……..

    A unhearing✔

    B auditory

    C audited

    D inaudible

    Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    I can’t wait to hear about your English class.

    A am eager to✔

    B am late to

    C am indifferent

    D am happy to

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    How ……. does the book cost?

    A much✔

    B many

    C lots

    D a lot

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Now remember don’t be late with your thesis and don’t forget the ……. is Tuesday week.

    A sideline

    B by line

    C deadline✔

    D lifeline

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    You can’t compare the ……. of watching live theatre with watching a lm.

    A knowledge

    B experience✔

    C understanding

    D knowing

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    He saw the ants and ……. them with all the strength he could nd to let him have a little food.

    A begged

    B bade✔

    C bid

    D bartered

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Everything is so much bigger than you expect and you are constantly ……. your head from side to

    side.

    A tipping

    B testing✔

    C turning

    D trying

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Why are you angry ……. him?

    A of

    B from

    C on

    D with✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Alan: Excuse me ……. but what are you doing?

    A intervening

    B interviewing

    C interrupting✔

    D intercepting

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Oh, come on it’s ……. not that dicult.

    A quickly

    B hardly

    C always

    D surely✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Right. What’s this? Oh no, you’re ……. me out of the rm.

    A leaving✔

    B throwing

    C paying

    D shutting

    Choose the correct denition

    poultry

    B noun: birds such as chicken, turkey, duck, and geese that are raised as food✔

    C

    noun: having or involving expert knowledge of a particular area of work, study or

    medicine.

    D something that happens

    Choose the correct denition

    purpose

    A noun: the reason why something is made or done✔

    B verb: describe (someone or something) in a particular way.

    C noun: a major food shortage in a large area

    D to make something stronger, more active or more healthy

    Choose the correct denition

    memory

    A adjective: being in a close relationship with someone

    B noun: the act of crossing a boundary to conquer, weaken, or injure

    C noun: an unhealthy condition of the body caused by not getting enough food or

    nutrients

    D noun: the ability to remember information, experiences, and people✔

    Choose the correct denition

    platform

    A noun: a feeling of admiration; an understanding that someone or something should be treated with honor or in a careful manner

    B phrase: to care for somebody/something/yourself; to be careful about something

    C noun: a sudden, violent burst of energy

    D noun: a raised surface for people to stand on, especially when they are speaking to a lot of people ✔

    Choose the correct denition

    segment

    A verb: to save someone from a dangerous or unpleasant situation

    B believing in old or traditional ways; having traditional ideas

    C noun: a line, or a portion of a line, with dened endpoints✔

    D adjective: too expensive

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A colony✔

    B improvement

    C contribute

    D repssion

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A militia

    B surgery✔

    C rebellion

    D society

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A aftermath

    B condential✔

    C credible

    D calcium

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A amateur

    B sherman

    C overlap✔

    D institute

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A instrument

    B migration

    C producer

    D assuming

    Complete the sentence with the better correlative conjunctions.

    A neither…nor

    B both…and✔

    Choose the word that best describes or modies the word in bold.

    A devastatingly

    B devastating✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Diner: In that ……. I’ll try the roast beef.

    A example

    B case✔

    C instance

    D situation

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Doctors often use X rays ……. they can pass through skin and esh.

    A so that✔

    B as long as

    C provided

    D nevertheless

    Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    No, you’re wrong I didn’t employ my name. The car is still mine because I signed it Mickey

    Mouse.

    A wrong

    B employ✔

    C mine

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Sea turtle eggs ……. to protect from ……. by other animals.

    A are buried/ being eaten✔

    B buried/ to be eaten

    C are buring/ eating

    D be buried/ eaten

    A Still

    B Thus✔

    Choose the word that best describes or modies the word in bold.

    A nicely

    B friendly✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Andrea’s husband is a truck driver. He ……. huge semi-trailers for a living.

    A drive

    B drives✔

    C driven

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Charlie: Well, it all started when my wife ……. out on me.

    A strolled

    B rushed✔

    C paced

    D walked

    Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    Yes, I understand this is a very important documentary but I must get my glasses before I do

    that.

    A understand

    B documentary✔

    C glasses

    Select the best pronoun to complete the sentence.

    A us

    B ourselves✔

    C myself

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Lyle Lovett, ……. I last saw perform over ten years ago, is on tour again.

    A he who

    B to whom

    C who✔

    D that

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    You ……. the air pssure in your tires if you do not want to get a at tire on your trip.

    A should be checked✔

    B do not have to check

    C mustn’t check

    D ought to check

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Maria wasn’t at the party last night, was …….?

    A she✔

    B her

    C herself

    D it

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    The book is optional. My professor said we ……. read it if we needed extra information for the essay. But we ……. read it if we don’t want to.

    A will / cannot

    B must / ought not

    C could / do not have to

    D can / should not✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Hello, my name is Bob! I haven’t anything to do tonight, so if you’re not busy, would you like to watch …….movie or something with me?

    A a✔

    B an

    C the

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I heard the sound of glass breaking in the living room and ran to see what had happened. A pigeon had own ……. the window and broken it.

    A for

    B from✔

    C by

    D against

    Select the best pronoun to complete the sentence.

    A yourself

    B you✔

    C itself

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. was the youngest person to be elected President of the United States?

    A Which

    B What

    C Where

    D Who✔

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    enthusiasm

    A portraiture; picture; likeness of a person, especially one showing the face

    B set out for display or use; place in orderly arrangement

    C great excitement for or interest in a subject or cause; feeling of excitement✔

    D observer; audience; one who looks on

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    catholic

    A choice and use of words in speech or writing

    B license; authorize; hold under a lease or rental agreement of goods and services

    C one who makes great sacrices or suffers to further belief or principle; one who endures great suffering

    D broadly sympathetic; universal; related to Roman Catholic Church✔

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    injustice

    Unjust act; practice of being unjust or unfair

    Original work used a model; original type

    Violent anger; rage; uncontrolled action, turbulence

    a Large open vessel for holding or storing liquids

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    collapse

    A slender, elongated, threadlike object or structure; material to make paper or cloth

    B breakdown; failure✔

    C essay; ordinary speech or writing; commonplace expssion or quality

    D quartz; glassware made of quartz; high-quality, clear, colorless glass

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    morale

    A leave someone who needs or counts on you

    condence; mood or spirit of a group that makes the members wants the group to succeed✔

    D written work in a new form; edition; interptation of a particular viewpoint

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A abacus

    B menagerie

    C acoustics

    D exonerate✔

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A diminutive✔

    B stopover

    C harmonize

    D excrement

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A obscurity

    B hysterical

    C bigamy✔

    D hypnotic

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A approachable

    B succulent✔

    C impoverished

    D pedantic

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A debrieng

    B chronicle

    C octopus

    D watermelon✔

    3. Đáp án thi Olympic tiếng Anh số 3

    1 Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I think there is ……. wrong with my VCR. It is not working very well.

    A anything

    B nothing

    C something ✔

    D everything

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I think you ought to go, …….

    A ought you?

    B do I?

    C don’t you?✔

    D do you?

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    After a few minutes he ……..

    A attains a river

    B acquires a river

    C nears a river

    D reaches a river✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    In ……. of the terrible weather you have come along tonight, ladies and gentlemen, and I should like to thank all four of you for coming.

    A spite✔

    B despite

    C view

    D spiteful

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    They ……. from the re unhurt.

    A evaded

    B escaped✔

    C avoided

    D abstained

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. now that I’ve heard what he has done to his family.

    A I think often of him

    B I think a lot of him✔

    C I don’t think at all of him

    D I don’t think much of him

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Can anyone give me ……. please because I have just fallen over?

    A hand

    B a hand✔

    C the hand

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. you please bring me my notebook?

    A Shall

    B Could✔

    C May

    D Must

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    The only reason for them going to the cinema on that day was to nd some form of ……..

    A internment

    B involvement

    C engrossment

    D entertainment✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Frank: ‘I hear that the Government is going to abolish income tax.’ Jill: ‘…….’

    A That is the day!

    B That could be the day!

    C That may be the day!

    D That’ll be the day!✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Fellow citizens I am honoured to be ……. to speak to you tonight about my party.

    A demanded

    B forced

    C enquired

    D invited✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    The chairman of the board has been working in the nance industry ……. 1984.

    A in

    B on

    C since✔

    D at

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    As you probably know the Tranquillity Party stands for peace and ……. in the countryside.

    A quite

    B quiet✔

    C quietly

    D quieten

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    You’ve been making so much noise with your music that people at the far end of the road can ……. you.

    A listen to

    B listening to

    C hear✔

    D hearing

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    If you say ‘I shall’ then you are talking ……..

    A on the future

    B about the future

    C to the future

    D for the future✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    There is ……. I need to do tomorrow afternoon.

    A any

    B anything

    C yet

    D something✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Sarah: ‘You’re being very rude!’

    Paul: ‘…….’

    A Oh I have, have I?

    B I am, you think?

    C Oh I am, am I?✔

    D Oh it is, is it?

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Your ……. break is from noon to 1 pm.

    supper

    breakfast

    eating

    lunch✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I’ve tried those tablets and they haven’t done me any ……..

    A benet

    B good

    C better✔

    D best

    Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    We need to do something about it! This situation is getting out of hand!

    A too big

    B too organized

    C out of control✔

    D out of order

    Choose the correct denition

    go jogging

    a deer of the tundra and subarctic regions of Eurasia and North America, both sexes

    of which have large branching antlers.

    B verb: the activity of running at a slow, regular speed, especially as a form of exercise ✔

    noun: a child of someone’s aunt or uncle

    D noun: the willingness to let others have their own opinions, beliefs, or ways of behaving even if they are not the same as your own

    Choose the correct denition

    pommel horse

    B a large object on four legs with two handles on top, which gymnasts put their hands on and swing their body and legs around ✔

    C noun: the amount of food, drink, etc. that you take into your body

    D fighting or a ght, especially during a time of war

    Choose the correct denition

    certainly

    A adjective: unable to be reversed or turned around; permanent

    B liking somebody/something very much; very interested in somebody/something

    D verb: to suggest or be a sign of something that will happen in the future

    Choose the correct denition

    unpalatable

    A noun: a situation in which there is not enough of something

    B thinking quietly and seriously about something

    C (of facts, ideas, etc.) unpleasant and not easy to accept✔

    D adjective: If something is compulsory, you must do it because of a rule or law.

    Choose the correct denition

    globalization

    A adjective: never having happened before

    B noun: a motorized moving staircase

    C the fact that different cultures and economic systems around the world are becoming connected and similar to each other because of the inuence of large multinational companies and of improved communication ✔

    D noun: a person or organization that buys goods or services from a shop or business

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A secondary

    B motivate

    C caregiver

    D perimeter✔

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A battleeld

    B buttery

    C heroic✔

    D publicly

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A generic

    B accordingly

    C terribly✔

    D specic

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A ascertain✔

    B turbulent

    C marketing

    D dialog

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A encompass

    B testament✔

    C humanity

    D uncommon

    Choose the word that best completes the sentence.

    The water level of Lake Hancock decreased _ year after year.

    A steadily✔

    B steady

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    They are unhappy with the way things ……..

    A are going✔

    B were going

    C have been going on

    D will be going on

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. TV for the last four hours? Turn it off and get some exercise.

    A Do you watch

    B Are you watching

    C Watched you

    D Have you been watching✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    He will work at his desk until he ……. to another meeting in the middle of the afternoon.

    A went

    B go

    C will go

    D goes✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    This is the girl ……. car hit that tree last week.

    A who

    B which

    C whose✔

    D whom

    Complete the sentence with the best verb.

    Neither Kurt nor his friends _ much science ction, but they are willing to see Gravity with us

    because it got such good reviews.

    A watches

    B watch✔

    Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    Now, let me have a closer look at this. Tell me which does that say?

    A closer

    B which✔

    C that

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I broke my leg when Tony and I ……. for the school sports day.

    A practised

    B were practising✔

    C used to practise

    D are pratising

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    The students ……. Chapter 5 on Monday next week, so they are pparing for it now.

    A is studying

    B will study

    C are studying✔

    D study

    Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    I do hope this session helps you improve your listening skills. Buy for now.

    A do

    B helps✔

    C Buy

    Complete the sentence with the best verb.

    Neither he nor Zane _ with me that building more highways would be the best solution for

    California’s transportation problems.

    A agree

    B agrees✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Does your dog live inside ……. outside?

    A but

    B because

    C though

    D or✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    There have been many complaints ……. your behavior.

    A with

    B of

    C about✔

    D for

    Complete the sentence with the best correlative conjunctions.

    The most impssive astronomical display I’ve ever seen was _ a meteor shower _ the aurora borealis.

    A not chúng tôi also

    B either…or✔

    C both…and

    In China, mountainous areas are being attened to make more room for new construction; _, in the United States, mountaintops are being removed so that miners can access coal reserves.

    A likewise✔

    B therefore

    C after all

    Complete the sentence with the best verb.

    When we host a dinner party, either my husband or I _ each guest at the door.

    A greets

    B greet✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    He wrote the answer on ……. and threw it to me.

    A a pieces of paper

    B a piece of paper✔

    C piece of papers

    D pieces of papers

    On D-Day, June 6, 1944, about three hundred thousand Allies famously approached the shores of northern France at Normandy to ght German troops. _, the three-month invasion is considered by many to be the key turning point in World War II because it ended Germany’s occupation of Europe.

    A Meanwhile✔

    B Indeed

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. the summer, the town’s population has grown by nearly a quarter.

    Ago

    B For

    C Since✔

    D At

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I am looking for the report which ……. on the table.

    A placed

    B has been placed✔

    C was placing

    D has placed

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    tactile

    A hew; cut by striking with a heavy sharp tool, such as an ax

    B observe carefully; notice; show; indicate

    C denite; separate; different

    D used for feeling; relating to sense of touch; perceptible to the sense of touch; tangible✔

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    bore

    A of lesser importance or stature or rank; not of legal age; limited in size or scope

    B drill; make a hole in or through, with or as if with a drill✔

    C have a beginning or origin; originate; start; begin

    D action or manner of throwing something

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    item

    A freeing someone from the control of another

    B a whole inpidual unit; a distinct part that can be specied separately in a group✔

    C try to stir up public opinion; promote growth of; apply warm lotion to

    D dislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    warrant

    A with meaning; word for word; letter by letter

    B considerate; having intellectual depth; giving close attention

    C guarantee; assurance by seller; authorization or certication✔

    D body of law; system of rules or regulations relating to one subject; system of symbols, letters, or words

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    exhaust

    A laugh with short catches of the breath or voice; laugh in light, affected, or silly manner

    B loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person; complete condence

    C way; footway; course or track; route; passage

    D gases ejected from an engine as waste products; use up the whole supply of✔

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A fumigate

    B impssionable✔

    C glorify

    D cowardly

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A paternal

    B impervious

    C sedative✔

    D solidify

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A ambrosia✔

    B obelisk

    C revelry

    D meditate

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A purgatory

    B savagery

    C prophetic✔

    D perforated

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A headquarter

    B hyperbole

    C dilation

    D momentary✔

    Vòng 1 tuần 6

    1 Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I believe it is ……. to hold a door open for a lady.

    A politic

    B polite ✔

    C political

    D politeness

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    We always ……. at the hotel by the marina when we go to San Francisco.

    A stay ✔

    B live

    C inhabit

    D reside

    Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    I should be grateful if you would let me keep myself to myself.

    A be quiet ✔

    B be private

    C be lonely

    D be special

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    He wanted his sons to pay as much ……. to the cultivation of the farm as he had done many years.

    A thought

    B care

    C attention ✔

    D management

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Yes, doctor I’m sorry I ……. you.

    A intervened

    B intersected

    C interrupted ✔

    D interfered

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    That’s interesting. We are talking about the car ……. has a red roof.

    A that ✔

    B who

    C that’s

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Antoinette couldn’t possibly believe that he ……. her at the party like that.

    A deserted ✔

    B quitted

    C surrendered

    D resigned

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    To start ……. we have comedy.

    A with

    B up

    C out ✔

    D in

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ……. I have your permission to leave the meeting early?

    A Will

    B Would

    C May ✔

    Identify the meaning of the underlined word or phrase

    He kept saying he didn’t do it but in the end he said he had done it.

    A at the end

    B finally ✔

    C at last

    D by the end

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Are you sure your new boss isn’t married? – Yes, honestly, I have it straight from the horse’s ……..

    A back

    B mouth ✔

    C foot

    D nose

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I ……. a lot of psents for my birthday.

    A got ✔

    B became

    C become

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I think there is ……. wrong with my VCR. It is not working very wefill.

    A anything

    B nothing

    C something ✔

    D everything

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    They like to think they’re very important people but politicians just talk a lot of hot ……. most of the time.

    A words ✔

    B steam

    C air

    D stuff

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    The bank manager smiled and announced that his application for a loan had been ……..

    A approved ✔

    B improved

    C disproved

    D reproved

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    With a life time of ……. in doing afill the walks in the town.

    A experience ✔

    B knowing

    C habit

    D custom

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Arthur received an award, and when they cafilled his name he ……. proudly from the audience to get to the stage.

    A prowled

    B paced

    C strode

    D stalked ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    For crying out ……. how many times do I have to tefill you how to work that machine?

    A strong

    B loud ✔

    C full

    D hard

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    My boss is very ……..

    A nicer

    B nice ✔

    C nicest

    D much nice

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    In ……. of the terrible weather you have come along tonight, ladies and gentlemen, and I should like to thank all four of you for coming.

    A spite ✔

    B despite

    C view

    D spiteful

    Choose the correct denition

    ecosystem

    A verb: to share information using pictures, language, or other means

    B a place of interest where tourists visit, typicafilly for its inherent or an exhibited natural or cultural value, historical signicance, natural or built beauty, offering leisure and amusement

    C noun: a community of living things together with their habitat ✔

    D verb: the alarm clock works, or the food is spoiled, or the electric light is out of work.

    Choose the correct denition

    relaxation

    A the fact of people being involved in crime; criminal act

    B noun: the state of being free from tension and anxiety ✔

    C a picture made by cutting a design on a piece of metal and then printing the design on paper

    D noun: a part or amount of something larger

    Choose the correct denition

    swallow

    A verb: to be all around someone or something

    B noun: a possible situation or sequence of events

    C noun: a migratory songbird with a long forked tail ✔

    D adjective: extremely good

    Choose the correct denition

    approximately

    A used to show that something is almost, but not completely, accurate or exact; roughly. ✔

    B noun: images or actions recorded on lm or video

    C to nish, use, or sell all of something, so that there is none left

    D do the sport or activity of riding horses.

    Choose the correct denition

    mushroom

    A noun: a member of a group of primitive marine invertebrates with a porous body that permanently attaches to a solid surface as an adult

    B verb: do the activity of going for long walks in the country for pleasure

    C noun: the act of nding fault or carefufilly judging for review

    D noun: a type of fungus that often has a stalk with a cap-shaped top ✔

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A authentic ✔

    B capable

    C metaphor

    D literacy

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A cumbersome ✔

    B proportional

    C foreclosure

    D indemnity

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A vicinity ✔

    B ammable

    C ambiance

    D kindergarten

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A accuracy

    B melancholy

    C afillegation ✔

    D constitute

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A notation ✔

    B mediate

    C comparable

    D symmetry

    Complete the sentence with the better correlative conjunctions.

    A chúng tôi ✔

    B both…and

    A In other words ✔

    B In addition

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Bruce has knocked three men out of the competition ……. far.

    A before

    B so ✔

    C just

    D since

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    It was the rst time I ……. a live match.

    A was ever seeing

    B had ever been seeing

    C had ever seen ✔

    D was ever seen

    Choose the word that best describes or modies the word in bold.

    A close

    B closely ✔

    Choose the word that best completes the sentence.

    A poorly

    B poor ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    My friend has two cars. One is black and ……. is red.

    A another

    B the other ✔

    C the others

    D others

    Find the part of the sentence which is incorrect

    Bristol is a very large city and it’s famous not only for its university but also for it’s connection with the world of hot air ballooning.

    A is

    B it’s

    C it’s ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    My grandfather ……. a very exciting life. When he was young, he ……. on the farm in the country, where there ……. a lot of cattle and meadows.

    A has / has lived / have been

    B had / lived / were ✔

    C was having / had lived / had been

    D has had / is living / are

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Mrs Ashton: Well, last time I ……. by train, I got on the wrong one.

    A travelled ✔

    B caught

    C tripped

    D ended

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    My brother and I ……. swimming almost every day last summer.

    A went

    B had been going ✔

    C were going

    D had gone

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    It looks like they are going to succeed ……. their psent diculties.

    A despite

    B although ✔

    C in spite

    D even though

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Jean ……. her hand. It’s bleeding heavily.

    A has cut ✔

    B is cutting

    C cut

    D cuts

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    More than 50 lms ……. in Ho Chi Minh City since June.

    A were shown

    B had been shown ✔

    C have been shown

    D have shown

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    She works in a coffee shop, so she ……. various types of specialty coffee for customers.

    A makes ✔

    B making

    C make

    D maked

    Complete the sentence with the better correlative conjunctions.

    A if…then

    B chúng tôi ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    The Louisiana Territory, an area ……. the size of France, was bought by the United States from

    France for $15,000,000 in 1803.

    A than more four times

    B more than four times

    C four times than more

    D is four times more than ✔

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    ” …….” He warned me.

    A I don’t touch the wire.

    B Touch the wire.

    C Don’t touch the wire. ✔

    D I didn’t touch the wire.

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    Frederick lives ……. the hill, where all the mansions are.

    A above

    B unto

    C onto✔

    D up

    Choose one correct answer to fill in the blank

    I’ve planned my future for the next ve years. – That is very clever of you. What ……. when you

    retire?

    A will you do

    B are you going to do ✔

    C have done

    D do you do

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    checkup

    A structure on which something is shown; part of theater where the acting is done; place, time, or circumstance in which anything occurs

    B a minor diculty; a slight depssion in the smoothness of a surface

    C thorough physical examination ✔

    D relying on another for support

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    popularity

    A capable of destroying; lethal

    B smooth and shining; reecting luster from smooth or polished surface; plausible

    C yield assent; accord; agree, or acquiesce; adapt one’s self; full; accomplish

    D quality of being widely admired or accepted or sought after ✔

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    electrician

    A one whose occupation is the installation, maintenance, repair, or operation of electric

    equipment and circuitry ✔

    B an event that happens

    C commit, entrust, or give in charge for care or pservation; recommend as worthy of condence or regard

    D process of modifying person’s behavior; pparation or training, especiafilly athletic training of body

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    specification

    A frightful, shocking, or offensive to the eyes; offensive to moral sensibilities; despicable

    B instruction; description; act of specifying, or making a detailed statement ✔

    C trench in the earth made by a plow; any trench, channel, or groove, as in wood or metal; wrinkle on the face

    D petitioner who seeks contributions or trade or votes; chief law ocer of a city, town, or government department

    Identify the meaning of the word or phrase

    bulletin

    A act of defending against attack, danger, or injury

    B draw up or contract the shoulders, especiafilly by way of expssing dislike, dread, doubt, or the like

    C brief statement of facts; any public notice or announcement; a periodical publication ✔

    D make pieces of money from metal; invent or fabricate

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A paternity ✔

    B stethoscope

    C hardheaded

    D actionable

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A replenish

    B centerpiece ✔

    C needlepoint

    D archivist

    58.B

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A quandary

    B fastidious ✔

    C eloquent

    D medicate

    Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest

    A endanger✔

    B telegraph

    C stepladder

    D opulence

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    Theo Wikipedia, “Ngữ pháp tiếng Anh là cấu trúc về ngữ pháp trong tiếng Anh chỉ sự đặt câu đúng trật tự, đúng quan hệ và hài hòa giữa các từ, yếu tố để tạo nên một câu văn hoàn chỉnh, là quy phạm nhằm truyền đạt thông tin một cách chính xác, bài bản và khoa học nhất.” Nếu so sánh việc học tiếng Anh với việc xây một ngôi nhà, ngữ pháp tiếng Anh đóng vai trò là nền móng, thành phần mà nếu được xây dựng chắc chắn thì sẽ được vững bền hơn. 

    Tuy nhiên, việc học ngữ pháp là một việc khá là khó khăn đối với đa số những người học ngoại ngữ bởi một số lượng lớn những quy tắc từ đơn giản đến phức tạp của tiếng Anh. Trong quá trình chinh phục ngữ pháp tiếng Anh, người học thường sẽ gặp những vấn đề như:

    1. Không biết sẽ bắt đầu học ngữ pháp từ đâu. Có rất nhiều chủ điểm ngữ pháp người học cần phải nắm như: từ loại, loại từ, cấu trúc câu, thì, …
    2. Không biết lượng kiến thức về ngữ pháp hiện tại của mình đang ở đâu bởi lượng kiến thức ngữ pháp tiếng Anh thì khá lớn cùng với sự không thường xuyên ôn luyện ngữ pháp của một số người học.
    3. Không hiểu cốt lõi về lí do tại sao lại sử dụng điểm ngữ pháp này mà không sử dụng điểm ngữ pháp khác. Điều này về lâu dài sẽ ảnh hưởng không tốt tới quá trình học tiếng Anh của người học bởi khi đó người học không hiểu cốt lõi chỉ nắm chung chung về bề mặt.

    Trong bài viết này tác giả sẽ giới thiệu cuốn sách Use of English – First Certificate skills – Mark Harrison với hi vọng sẽ phần nào giúp cho người học giải quyết hai khó khăn nêu trên. Tài liệu này vừa có thể được sử dụng trong lớp học với sự hướng dẫn của giáo viên, vừa có thể phục vụ cho quá trình tự học.

    Tổng quan về Use of English – First Certificate skills – Mark Harrison

    Đối tượng sử dụng sách

    Người học và ôn thi cho kỳ thi FCE (First Certificate in English). Đây là chứng chỉ tiếng Anh tương đương với trình độ Trung cao cấp (B2) trên Khung Tham Chiếu Chung Châu Âu Về Ngôn Ngữ (CEFR-Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).

    Người học và ôn thi cho kỳ thi tiếng Anh khác với mong muôn ôn lại kiến thức hệ và hệ thống toàn bộ ngữ pháp tiếng Anh ở mức độ trung cấp – tương đương cấp độ B2 trong thang ngôn ngữ 6 bậc Châu Âu (CEFR).

    Người học muốn tự ôn tập tổng quát các kiến thức về ngữ pháp.

    Giáo viên có thể tham khảo cấu trúc của cuốn sách để đưa ra lộ trình học ngữ pháp và từ vựng phù hợp cho học viên cũng như rút trích các bài tập trong sách phù hợp với mục đích giảng dạy.

    Cấu trúc cuốn sách

    • Trước khi bắt đầu bài học có phần “Stop and Check”, người học có nhiệm vụ kiểm tra những câu đã cho là đúng hay sai về mặt ngữ pháp. Tuy các câu hỏi đưa ra không quá thách thức nhưng vẫn yêu cầu người làm có sự hiểu biết nhất định về mục ngữ pháp đó. Vì vậy, bằng việc tự kiểm tra, người học có thể nhận biết được liệu mình đã có hiểu đầy đủ và rõ ràng về chủ điểm ngữ pháp đó hay chưa.
    • Phần lý thuyết được trình bày dưới dạng bảng, một nửa bên trái là lý thuyết và giải thích ngắn gọn, một nửa bên tay phải là các ví dụ để minh họa rõ ràng hơn.
    • Các chủ điểm của sách bao gồm:
    • Unit 1: The Present (Hiện tại)
    • Unit 2: The Past (Quá khứ)
    • Unit 3: The Future (Tương lai)
    • Unit 4: Linking words & phrases (Các từ và cụm từ nối)
    • Unit 5: Reported speech (Câu tường thuật)
    • Unit 6: Infinitives + V-ing form (Động từ ở thể thêm –ing)
    • Unit 7: Articles, determiners and pronouns (Mạo từ, từ hạn định và đại từ)
    • Unit 8: Modals (Động từ khiếm khuyết)
    • Unit 9: Conditionals (Câu điều kiện)
    • Unit 10: The passive (Câu bị động)
    • Unit 11: Relative clauses and participles (Mệnh đề quan hệ và phân từ)
    • Unit 12: Comparison and degree (So sánh và mức độ)

    Đối với từ vựng, người học sẽ tiếp cận với các từ vựng thường được sử dụng với chủ điểm ấy.

    Lịch thi thử IELTS (Paper-based) tháng này

    Kinh nghiệm phòng thi rất quan trọng và thi thử là cách rất tốt để tích lũy kinh nghiệm. Đề thi IELTS tại ZIM rất sát đề thi thật, đánh giá trình độ chính xác, nhận kết quả ngay sau khi thi, và phần thưởng 1.000.000đ cho giải nhất ….

    Ví dụ:

    • Cuối mỗi unit có một bài test nhỏ để kiểm tra trình độ của người học.
    • Phần chú giải ở cuối sách tổng hợp các từ vựng xuất hiện trong các unit.

    Cách sử dụng

    • Nếu người học đã có kiến thức nền tổng quát tốt về ngữ pháp, và sử dụng cuốn sách với mục đích ôn tập các phần mình còn chưa vững, người học không nhất thiết phải theo thứ tự trong sách, mà có thể chọn bất kỳ unit nào người học mong muốn hoặc hứng thú.
    • Người học cần làm phần “stop & check” để kiểm tra kiến thức hiện tại trước khi bắt đầu học phần lý thuyết.
    • Người học cần đọc kỹ phần lý thuyết và ví dụ để hiểu rõ hơn về bài học. Tác giả khuyến khích người học nên dành khoảng 15-20 phút để đọc kĩ lưỡng và cố gắng nhớ những điểm chính, lưu ý.
    • Sau khi đọc kỹ phần lí thuyết, người học nên làm bài tập để củng cố thêm về kiến thức vừa được tiếp thu.

    Đánh giá

    Điểm mạnh

    • Use of English – First Certificate skills – Mark Harrison là một cuốn sách tổng hợp khá đầy đủ về ngữ pháp. Hầu như các chủ điểm ngữ pháp trong tiếng Anh đều được cung cấp.
    • Bài tập đa dạng thể loại và theo sát form đề FCE. Người dùng có thể làm quen được với format của đề thi.
    • Một điểm sáng của cuốn sách là phần “Stop & check”. Bằng việc tự kiểm tra trước khi vào bài học, người học có thể tự kiểm tra được lượng kiến thức hiện tại và đôi chút hình thành ý niệm về chủ điểm ngữ pháp đó.
    • Các ví dụ đưa ra trong phần lý thuyết khá đơn giản, dễ hiểu và trực quan, giúp người đọc nắm kỹ hơn về mặt lý thuyết. Đa phần các ví dụ đều được lấy từ ngữ cảnh đời thường nên gần gũi với người đọc.
    • Phần chú giải rất chi tiết và kĩ lưỡng. Phần chú giải được chia ra theo từng unit và chia thành hai cột, một cột là các từ vựng quan trọng xuất hiện trong unit, cột còn lại là diễn giải nghĩa một cách ngắn gọn nhất. Người dùng có thể sử dụng tách riêng phần chú giải này để tự ôn tập từ vựng sau khi học xong.

    Điểm yếu

    • Lượng kiến thức trải dài và rất nhiều cho nên khối lượng bài tập cho mỗi lượng kiến thức chỉ có một bài (tầm 10 – 15 câu) nên người học có thể chưa được trải nghiệm đầy đủ và chuyên sâu về một mặt ngữ pháp nào đó.

    Tổng kết

    Use of English – First Certificate skills – Mark Harrison là một cuốn sách học về ngữ pháp và từ vựng ở mức độ trung cấp – theo chuẩn cấp độ B2 trong thang ngôn ngữ 6 bậc châu Âu (CEFR). Các kiến thức trong cuốn sách được truyền tải rõ ràng, bao quát và dễ hiểu. Tuy vẫn còn một số nhược điểm nhỏ như khối lượng bài tập khá nhiều nhưng chưa thực sự chuyên sâu, cuốn sách này vẫn có thể là một lựa chọn đáng để cân nhắc cho người học với nhu cầu học và ôn tập ngữ pháp và từ vựng ở trình độ trung cấp.

    Nguyễn Lê Gia Khánh

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    Lisa is quite a careful driver.

    © He spoke like a lawyer. / (= as if he were a lawyer; he isn’t)

    He spoke as a lawyer. / (= he is a lawyer)

    (quite + a/an +positive degree ofadj + noun)

    Lisa drives very / ptty / quite / rather carefully.

    Lisa is rather / much / a little / a bit / a lot / far more

    careful than Tim. /

    Lisa drives rather / much / a little / a bit / a lot / far more

    carefully than Tim. /

    © John gave me some important information. /

    Johagave me somo important informations.

    (Uncountable nouns have no plural forms.)

    John gave mo an important information. —

    John gave me an important piece of information. /

    (No a /an immediately before uncountable nouns.)

    © The news was really shocking. /

    T-he-nawswere reaHy-sheek-mg.

    (Uncountable nouns go with singular verbs.)

    Key Transformations

    6 Fiona is taller than Gina.

    Gina is shorter than Fiona.

    Gina is not as tall as Fiona.

    © Andrew smokes more than John.

    John smokes less than Andrew.

    John does not smoke as much as Andrew.

    John is not such a heavy smoker as Andrew.

    John is not so/as heavy a smoker as Andrew.

    & This is the fastest car I have ever driven.

    I have never driven such a fast car.

    I have never driven a faster car than this (one).

    I have never driven a car as fast as this (one).

    None of the cars I have driven is/are faster than this (one).

    None of the cars I have driven is/are as fast as this (one).

    © She is the worst singer I know.

    She is / sings worse than any (other) singer I know.

    No other singer I know is as bad as her / she is.

    No other singer I know sings as badly as her / she does.

    © The atmosphere is becoming more polluted by the day.

    The atmosphere is becoming more and more polluted.

    © His behaviour is becoming more sensible as he gets older.

    The older he gets, the more sensible his behaviour

    becomes.

    The older he gets, the more sensibly he behaves.

    & He hasn’t got much furniture in his new flat.

    He has got very little furniture in his new flat.

    He has got very few pieces of furniture in his new flat.

    & George is not usually late.

    It is not typical of George to be late.

    It is not like George to be late.

    © Your bicycle looks exactly like mine.

    Your bicycle is exactly the same as mine.

    Your bicycle is identical to mine.

    unit 0 3

    Examination Practice

    A Read the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only one word in each space.

    A TALENT FOR LYING

    Although we are all natural born liars, m ost o f us seem to take it fo r granted th a t lying

    (1 )

    (2 )

    five, we have not o nly become quite e fficie n t at lying, but we have also learnt how to read people’s

    reactions and act accordingly.

    B C o m p le te th e s e c o n d s e n te n c e so th a t i t h a s a s im ila r m e a n in g to th e f i r s t s e n te n c e , u s in g th e w o r d g iv e n

    u n c h a n g e d . Y o u m u s t u s e b e tw e e n tw o a n d fiv e w o rd s , in c lu d in g th e w o r d g iv e n .

    1 Sarah is a better sw im m er than Jessica.

    sw im

    2 Mark and Tony are equally tall.

    3 Jane is more enthusiastic about sports than Brendan is.

    keen

    4 The baby’s te m perature kept rising, so we to o k him to hospital.

    hospital.

    5 Patrick doesn’t usually fo rg e t his appointm ents.

    like

    6 As it g ot darker, we had m ore d iffic u lty seeing.

    7 Daniel is the w orst cook I’ve ever known.

    co o k

    8 I co uldn ’t find a bigger house in the area.

    th e

    9 The child re n ’s perform ance made q uite an im pssion on us.

    ra th e r

    10 Jeremy doesn’t run as fast as Jonathan.

    so

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    .Vords easily confused

    the correct form of the w ords in the boxes to complete the sentences in each group A-H below. You may

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    t ■e som e of the w ords more than once. In some cases, more than one w ord may be correct.

    arise

    raise

    rise

    arise

    : -o u ld the n e e d .

    2

    lift

    ‘~ie ch arity o rg a n is a tio n .

    in the East and sets in the West.

    41 r * 6

    ______

    rise

    at seven every weekday to get ready fo r school.

    lift

    grow

    , 1i r …….■ ,

    grow up

    ,

    ________ we’ll order m ore food fo r the extra guests.

    ____ the table so that I can slide the rug underneath?

    bring up

    ……. ,n …………… …………………….. I,

    (be) born

    I-.nil,

    , ir

    1ir- – r – r- . L- r ,

    become

    ■ – ,- – ,- ,- – ^ 5 ^ ^ ^ ^

    educate

    learn

    teach

    stu dy

    read

    in stru ct

    everything th a t was required fo r the exams.

    carefully.

    11

    behaviour

    a ttitu d e

    te m p er

    m ood

    m anner

    m anners

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    E

    fa m ilia r

    accustom ed

    aware

    r

    custom

    habit

    fashion

    trend

    routine

    G

    com m on

    2

    o rd in a ry

    usual

    norm al

    regular

    4

    H

    .

    eager

    keen

    enthusiastic

    interested

    w illin g

    4 Billy is a(n)

    enthusiastic / keen

    tennis player, so he plays tennis every afternoon.

    unit 0 3

    jTB

    Noun = Noun + – hood

    Noun Root

    These nouns describe the state o r period of being w hat

    Referring to a person

    the noun root refers to.

    adult

    boy

    adulthood

    boyhood

    • Some other com m on nouns th a t form nouns in the same way are: child, man, m other, p a re n t and woman.

    • Pay atte ntio n to the follow ing:

    n e ig h b o u r

    n eig h b o u rh o o d

    fate, intention, nation, nature, person, profession and tradition.

    • Note the changes in spelling:

    com m erce

    com m ercial 4 co m m ercially

    finance 4 financial 4 fin an cia lly

    p a rt 4 p a rtia l 4 p a rtia lly

    confidence 4 c o n fid e n tia l 4 c o n fid e n tia lly

    a rtifice 4 a rtific ia l 4 a rtific ia lly

    essence 4 essential 4 essentially

    b en efit 4 b eneficial 4 ben eficially

    Noun Root

    Adjective = Noun + – y

    Adverb = Noun + – ily

    luck

    lucky

    luckily

    and s/eep.

    • Pay atte ntio n to the fo llo w in g nouns th a t form only adjectives: cloud, dirt, hair, rain, risk, snow, sun, wealth

    and worth.

    • Note the changes in spelling:

    anger

    a ng ry

    a n g rily

    Noun Root

    h un g e r

    h u n g ry

    h u n g rily

    Adjective = Noun + – ous

    Having the quality or characteristic of the noun root

    Referring to a quality or characteristic

    danger

    dangerous

    poison.

    • Some nouns ending in -ion form adjectives in -ious:

    am b itio n 4 am bitious

    caution 4 cautious

    re lig io n 4 religio us

    in fe c tio n 4 infectio us

    • Note the fo llo w in g irregularities:

    anxiety

    anxious

    n um be r

    advantageous

    courage

    num erous

    p rice + pcious

    courageous

    Noun Root

    day

    daily

    m on th 4

    m onthly:

    His m o n th ly salary is fa r above the average, (adjective)

    Complete the sentences with the correct form of the w ords in capitals.

    fatal

    1 Four people died in a

    icy

    .a ccide nt due to the

    angry

    road conditions. Local residents are

    . because

    FATE, ICE

    numerous

    ANGER, NUME

    accidents have occurred there and no measures have been taken yet.

    ADDITION

    DELIGHT

    LUCK

    hopeless

    the end of the m onth. I am

    SUN, RAIN

    at

    at c o ntrolling m y m oney over a long period of

    MONTH, FINAI

    HOPE

    tim e.

    daily

    ____ ________basis to get to school. He does, however,

    Parenthood

    CAUTION

    can be an enjoyable experience. Yet, m ore and more couples these days

    childless

    8 My frien d David liked going on

    DAY

    PARENT

    CHILD

    . lately. I hope she w asn’t offended by m y com m ent.

    FRIEND

    to h urt her.

    INTENTION

    adventurous

    . holidays until last sum m er w hen he was

    . snake and nearly died.

    ADVENTURE

    POISON

    Examination Practice

    A Read the text below and decide which answer A, B, C or D best fits each space.

    THE ART OF BEING A PARENT

    requirem ents such as love, patience and understanding, a sense of hum our is an im portant feature of any parent’s

    everyone in the fam ily can live with.

    A nother aspect of child rearing is teaching children lim its and rules. This means the child needs to be

    occur on a daily basis. Temporary measures don’t achieve anything but just waste time. A (6)

    Overall, child rearing is no easy task but it is certainly a challenge and a learning experience.

    unit0 3

    1

    A g row

    B grow up

    C born

    ( p.) bring up

    2

    A rou tin e

    B p o p u lar

    C o rd in a ry

    UD) u su al

    B But

    C All in all

    3

    ( a ) In fa ct

    4

    A te m p e r

    B c h a ra c te r

    5

    A know n

    B a c c u sto m e d

    6

    A w illing

    B fa m o u s

    7

    A v e ry

    8

    A k een

    B eager

    9

    A by

    B on

    10

    A cu sto m

    B rou tin e

    11

    A like

    12

    A le a rn s

    ( j ) far

    (Das

    B e d u c a te s

    ( c ) b e h a v io u r

    C fa m ilia r

    ( c ) co m m o n

    D A s w ell as

    D m anner

    ®

    a w a re

    D c o n tin u o u s

    C q uite

    D fairly

    C in te re ste d

    D w illing

    ( f i) from

    D w ith

    C fa sh io n

    D tren d

    C th an

    D of

    ( c ) te a c h e s

    D in stru c ts

    Complete the text below with the correct form of the w ords in capitals.

    ARTHRITIS

    Arthritis is a general term for aches and pains in the body’s joints.

    Most types of arthritis involve the deterioration of cartilage, which

    wears out, it becomes rough and this causes pain when the joint

    moves. This condition is more common among the elderly, but some

    treatment is available. However, (5)

    new jo in ts co u ld prove v e r y (8 ).

    beneficial

    to a rth ritis

    ESSENCE

    HEALTH

    CHILD

    TRADITION

    AMBITION

    ARTIFICE

    PAIN

    BENEFIT

    su ffe re rs. A lth o u g h so m e b e lie v e th at jo in t re p la c e m e n t m ay be

    (9 )

    (10 )

    b rea kth ro u g h .

    COST

    ANXIOUS

    Prepositional Phrases

    A Complete the blanks with the ppositions in, on, at, for or by.

    for

    hire/rent

    for

    sure/certain

    on

    board

    in

    public

    at

    least

    by

    post/air mail

    in

    short

    in

    cash

    in

    the firs t place

    on

    an excursion

    on

    one’s own

    by

    chance

    on

    schedule

    by

    accident

    for

    instance

    by

    cheque

    for

    a change

    in

    o the r w ords

    on

    a trip /to u r

    in

    on

    the move

    at

    once

    in

    private

    a g oo d /b i

    m ood

    B Read the sentences and complete them with the ppositions in, on, at, under or without.

    1

    All assignm ents are due to m o rro w

    w ithout

    in

    6 The roadworks

    __ progress are responsible fo r the tra ffic jams.

    7 I can’t go o ut to n ig h t. I’m feeling a b it

    under

    the weather.

    10 Final – year students are

    under

    age.

    a lot o f pssure to pass th e ir exams.

    13 My w ife isn’t here at the m om ent because she’s away

    on

    business.

    C Complete the sentences with the ppositional phrases in the box below.

    at a glance

    on the road

    on arrival

    in order

    at heart

    fo r granted

    in com m on

    in some respects

    1

    2

    4

    At a glance

    5 We w e re .

    6

    ..th e earthquake doesn’t seem to have caused any serious damage.

    on the road

    fo r tw o days before we reached our destination.

    _______On arrival_______ at the train station, they w ent straig ht to the platform .

    Even though I don ‘t agree w ith yo u r overall argum ent, I do agree w ith you

    ■ tm m

    e

    in some respects

    unit 0 4

    P*ad the sentences on the left and match the phrasal verbs with their definitions on the right by writing the

    cr rrect number in the box next to each definition.

    KEEP, HOLD, CATCH

    A

    The governm ent kept back vita l inform a tion concerning the oil spill.

    ■y 5katers were warned to keep off the thin ice.

    ‘n e students kept on w orking hard despite the te rrib le heat.

    4 •Ve were told to keep out of the abandoned house.

    9

    rob

    7

    pvent from being taken away

    5

    m aintain

    1

    reserve, not reveal

    s ‘e d , you got an A in yo ur Biology test. Keep up the good work!

    10

    reach

    i

    2

    stay off, not approach

    3

    continue

    8

    delay

    6

    w ait fo r a sh ort tim e

    4

    not enter

    8

    sta rt living in

    1

    continue

    6

    find a solution, discover

    3 The fans g ot carried away during the concert and clim bed onto the stage.

    9

    stop living in

    4 The tyres of my car have worn out. 1m ust get new ones.

    3

    over-excited

    7

    take part in physical exercise

    2

    perform , conduct

    5

    tired

    4

    become thin, weak or unsuitabl

    fo r fu rth e r use

    Hold on! I’ll ju st get my jacket and we can leave.

    Despite his financial problems, he m anaged to hold on to his fortune.

    ■ Sorry I’m late, b ut 1was held up in tra ffic on the way here.

    9 ‘w o men held up a superm arket last n ig ht and stole £ 2 00 0.

    Even though he was injured during the race, he still managed

    B

    😮 catch up with the o the r runners.

    c CARRY, WEAR, WORK, MOVE

    It was im possible fo r Alison to carry on w orking after receiving

    the bad news.

    2 Recent studies carried out by the g overnm ent show th a t m ore and

    more people are relying on the state health system.

    m too worn out to go anywhere to nig ht.

    5

    6 Scientists still haven’t worked out w hat caused the death of the animals.

    Working out on a regular basis reduces the risk of heart disease.

    8 1took a week o ff w ork in order to move into my new home.

    9 My landlord w on ‘t renew m y co ntract so 1have to move out by

    the end of the m onth.

    Words with Prepositions

    A Complete the blanks with ppositions.

    Adjectives

    Nouns

    Verbs

    bad

    a connection between/with

    arrive

    at

    a buildinq

    a decrease

    arrive

    in

    a c itv /c o u n trv

    an increase

    i i

    °f

    a lack

    depart

    from a place

    at

    bound

    to

    close

    to

    d ifferent

    from /to

    full

    a reduction

    of

    aenerous

    to

    sb

    d iffe r

    from

    between/

    ,

    .

    – .»

    pide sth

    amona people (=aive each a share of sth)

    pide sth

    into

    inferior

    to

    pide a num ber

    separate

    from

    receive sth

    superior

    to

    translate sth

    te rrified

    of

    another

    sth (=seoarate into small parts)

    by

    from

    from

    another num ber (Maths)

    sb

    onelanauaae

    into

    unit 0 4

    B Read the following sentences and complete them with ppositions.

    1 Can you please translate this docum ent

    2 They arrived

    3 The lack

    at

    from

    French

    into

    English?

    the hotel a fte r m idnight.

    of

    medical supplies made the d o c to rs ‘ta s k even m ore d ifficu lt.

    between/

    4 The thieves pided the loo t

    among

    themselves.

    5 He’s very generous

    w ith

    6 The teacher pided the class

    7 The m anager is ve ry generous

    8 We arrived

    in

    his m oney and supports various charities.

    into

    to

    fo ur groups fo r the role-play.

    all his staff, regardless o f th e ir position in the company.

    F rankfurt in the afternoon and looked fo r a hotel straightaway.

    Grammar Revision (Determiners – Pronouns)

    See Grammar Review page 152

    A Read the following text and complete each blank with one word.

    can be fu rth e r from the tru th . In the late 19th century another French painter, Paul Cezanne, painted a

    of which greatly influenced Braque

    (12 )

    (13 )

    im portance o f this a rt m ovem ent.

    B Choose A, B, C or D to complete the following sentences.

    A these

    (JJjthose

    C some

    D someone

    A none

    (ji)n o n e of

    C no one

    D no one of

    A v e ry

    4

    B m uch

    C lo t

    (B )lo ts

    A Either

    5

    B Either o f

    ( ^ N e ith e r

    D N either of

    A Every

    B Everyone

    (c)Each

    D Anyone

    A little

    ( i) a little

    C few

    Da few

    A all

    8

    B all of

    (c)/vhole

    D com plete

    A Both

    B Either

    C Every one

    (^D)Each one

    There isn’t anything else I can do. S

    Either book is interesting. /

    There is nothing else I can do. /

    Either of these books is/are interesting. /

    Neither book is interesting. /

    noro-isn’t nothing else I can do. —

    The baby climbed the stairs without any difficulty. /

    Neither of these books is/are interesting. /

    The baby climbed the stairs with no difficulty. /

    None of these books is/are interesting. /

    The baby climbed tho otairo without no difficulty.—

    (both +p lu ra l verb,

    fonly one negative word in each sentence)

    either/neither+singular verb,

    either of/neither of/none o f +singular or p lu ra l verb)

    • There isn’t much milk left in the fridge. /

    There isn’t many milk loft in the ‘fridge.-

    You can go to the beach both by bus and by train. /

    There is (a) little milk left in the fridge. S

    You can go to the beach either by bus or by train. /

    There is (a) few milk loft in thofridge. –

    Youcan go to tho boach-and by bus and-bytfamr-

    (much, (a) little + uncountable nouns)

    (both…and «►the one and the other

    either… o r «* the one or the other)

    – There aren’t many strawberries left in the fridge. /

    Ther&aron’t much strawberries left in the fridge. –

    He can’t sing and he can’t dance either. /

    There are (a) few strawberries left in the fridge. /

    He can’t sing or dance (either). /

    There are (a) littlo strawberries left-m the fridge. –

    He can neither sing nor dance. /

    (many, (a) few + countable nouns)

    Hecan’t noithcr-smg-nordanee:

    He can noithor cing or danec.-

    – There is lots /a lot /plenty of information on volcanoes

    (neither…nor ^ not the one and n ot the other)

    in this book.

    There are lots /a lot /plenty of toys in the garden,

    We were studying all morning. /

    children.

    We spent the whole morning studying. /

    (lots of, a lot of, p le nty o f + countable and uncountable nouns)

    We-spetrtthe-alhaerfflngstudyffigr-

    € Both of these books are interesting. /

    Both of those books is interesting. —

    Key Transformations

    6 There weren’t a lot of things to see in the gallery.

    Both Jim and Jack like playing tennis.

    There wasn’t much to see in the gallery.

    Jim likes playing tennis and Jack does, too.

    There was little to see in the gallery.

    Jim likes playing tennis and so does Jack.

    & Most students didn’t go to the demonstration.

    Both Jim and Jack dislike football.

    (Very) few (of the) students went to the demonstration.

    Neither Jim nor Jack like(s) football.

    Hardly anyone went to the demonstration.

    Jim doesn’t like football and Jack doesn’t (like it) either, j

    Hardly any (of the) students went to the demonstration.

    Jim doesn’t like football and neither/nor does Jack.

    unit 0 4

    Examination Practice

    A

    R ea d th e t e x t b e lo w a n d t h in k o f th e w o r d w h ic h b e s t f it s e a c h space. U se o n ly o n e w o r d in e a c h space.

    ® S JJ7

    lerT )

    To have an allergy means th a t a person is affected either by a substance in the atm osphere

    people suffer from one kind of allergy or another.

    So, w hat can people do to fig h t allergies? If someone is allergic to chocolate, fo r instance,

    pscribed m edication.

    the fam ily. In o the r words, if one parent suffers from allergies, the child has a th irty percent chance of being allergic, too. I

    (8 )

    B C o m p le te th e s e c o n d s e n te n c e so th a t i t h a s a s im ila r m e a n in g to th e f i r s t s e n te n c e , u s in g th e w o r d g iv e n

    u n c h a n g e d . Y o u m u s t u s e b e tw e e n tw o a n d f iv e w o rd s , in c lu d in g th e w o r d g iv e n .

    1 The washing m achine is not w orking properly.

    w ro n g

    2 U nfortunately, m ost people did n ’t have a good tim e at the party.

    h a rd ly

    3 I d id n ’t like a single song from th e ir new CD.

    none

    4 I’m p re tty sure th a t Mary doesn’t like jazz music and Susan doesn’t either.

    d islike

    5 There isn’t enough petrol on the market.

    lack

    6 We realised th a t both cars were expensive.

    car

    7 There aren’t a lot o f th ing s to rem em ber from th a t awful trip.

    little

    8 I’m afraid I can’t study both Maths and Physics to n ig h t – ju s t one of the two.

    or

    9 They were looking fo r th e ir lost dog all week.

    th e

    any

    unit 0 4

    W-si the correct form of the words in the boxes to complete the sentences in each group A-H below. You may

    some of the words more than once. In some cases, more than one word may be correct.

    travel

    transfer

    tra n sp o rt

    tran sm it

    arrive

    get

    reach

    com e

    approach

    appear

    4

    carry

    fetch

    deliver

    3

    voyage

    jo u rn e y

    1 Our class is going on a(n)

    trip

    to u r

    excursion

    travel

    e xpedition

    cruise

    flig h t

    th ro ug h Europe.

    unit 0 4

    E

    guide

    d ire ct

    lead

    ride

    drive my car there.

    5

    F

    address

    road

    street

    way

    d ire ctio n

    route

    path

    house is on.

    G

    site

    p osition

    location

    p o in t

    place

    room

    space

    H

    fo re ign

    strange

    d iffe re n t

    peculiar

    curious

    everyone.

    5 There’s a

    strange/peculiar

    smell com ing from the kitchen. Is som ething burning?

    unit

    Si

    This unit deals with more words deriving from nouns.

    Noun Root

    Verb = Noun + -ise

    character

    characterise

    • Some o the r com m on nouns th a t form verbs in the same way are: apology, com puter, economy, hospital,

    m emory, summary, sym bol, sym pathy and victim.

    • Pay atte ntio n to the fo llo w in g irregularities: criticism -4 criticise

    emphasis -4 emphasise

    • Verbs deriving from nouns in -ice are form ed by changing the -c into -s:

    advice 4 advise

    device 4 devise

    p ractice -4 practise

    Noun Root

    Adjective = Noun in -ic

    Adverb = Noun + – ically

    hero

    heroic

    h e ro ica lly

    1

    enthusiast, hygiene and optim ist.

    • Nouns in -y usually fo rm adjectives in -etic:

    apo lo gy 4 a po lo ge tic

    energy

    energetic

    sym pathy 4 sym pathetic

    • Some nouns form tw o adjectives, one in -ic and the o the r in -ical w ith no difference in m eaning:

    iro n y -4 iro n ic /iro n ic a l

    sym bo l 4 sym bolic/sym bolical

    Noun Root

    (usually subject of study)

    Noun (person) =

    Noun in-ist or-ian

    Adjective =

    Noun in-ical or-ic

    A rt

    Biology

    C hem istry

    Drama

    Gram m ar

    Logic

    M athem atics

    M edicine

    Music

    Politics

    Psychology

    Science

    artist

    biologist

    chem ist

    dram atist

    gram m arian

    logician

    m athem atician

    artistic

    biological

    chem ical

    dram atic

    gram m atical

    logical

    m athem atical

    medical

    musical

    political

    psychological

    scientific

    m usician

    p olitician

    psychologist

    scientist

    lo g ic a l 4 lo g ica lly

    scie n tific 4 scien tifically

    • Some nouns form tw o adjectives, one in -ic and the o the r in -ical, but th e ir m eaning is different:

    econom ics 4 econom ic (= related to econom y o r the fie ld o f the econom ics)

    4

    econom ical (= inexpensive, saving m oney)

    4 h isto ric (= im p o rta n t in h istory)

    4 h isto rica l (= b elon gin g to history; related to sth that happened in the past)

    • Very few nouns (eg. physics) form nouns (person) both in -ist and in -ian, but th e ir m eaning is different.

    physics

    -4 p hysicist (= a person who has stu die d o r is stu dyin g physics)

    4 physician (=a d o cto r)

    h is to ry

    Noun Root

    Noun = Noun + -dom

    bore

    king

    star

    boredom

    kingdom

    stardom

    • Some nouns in -dom are derived from adjectives, not fro m nouns. The m ost com m on ones are:

    free

    freedom

    wise -4 w isdom

    ……. — —

    unit 0 4

    C o m p lete th e sentences w ith th e c o rre c t fo rm o f th e w o rd s in c apitals.

    1

    Melina was very

    2

    The

    3

    Howard is a very

    4

    5

    energetic

    memorise

    Personally

    ENTHUSIAST

    solution to the crisis.

    POLITICS, DIPLOMAT

    . person.

    ENERGY

    believe that the governm ent should pserve the

    MEMORY

    historic

    PERSON, HISTORY

    buildings in the city centre.

    6

    You m ust

    7

    John had to get

    very

    8

    apologise

    ___ to him for your rude behaviour.

    psychological

    APOLOGY

    help after his m other’s death because he had become

    PSYCHOLOGY

    emotional

    EMOTION

    heroic

    . rescue of the little boy from

    HERO

    the burning building.

    9

    SYMBOL

    ART

    MEDICINE

    12 I don’t know what to do now that my friends are away. I feel that I’m going to die

    BORE

    Examination Practice

    A Read the text below and decide which answer A, B, C or D best fits each space.

    A D 231

    EXPERIENCE _

    ■ !

    Unfortunately, I’m not a very organised traveller and despite m y travel agent’s best efforts, (4)

    always goes wrong. Last week, while I was heading for the airport, I realised I had left my passport at home. Obviously, I had

    to go back so I asked the taxi driver to tu rn around and take me home. In the meantime, I crossed my fingers and hoped th a t I

    per hour.

    unit 0 4

    1

    2

    A curious

    B peculiar

    A travels

    B excursions

    C tours

    D trips

    3

    A arrive

    B.) reach

    C get

    D approach

    C everything

    D nothing

    B cruise

    C trip

    D journey

    B way

    C route

    D direction

    B on

    C out

    D along

    C transferring

    D transporting

    4

    5

    6

    A anything

    C c 1foreign

    (^ so m e th in g

    / ‘” ‘N

    (A,; flight

    A road

    D strange

    /■— -N

    7

    (^A) away

    8

    A moving

    9

    A at

    10

    A hold

    ( b ) catch

    C keep

    D find

    A many

    ‘ B ja

    C a few

    D some

    C in

    D of

    11

    12

    ( b ) travelling

    B under

    (A ) to

    C on

    little

    B for

    0 in

    Complete the text below with the correct form of the words in capitals.

    LIFE EXPECTANCY

    ‘ne longest-living person (1)__

    officially

    .recorded lived to be 122 years and 164 days

    OFFICIAL

    OM.

    -1

    general, the number of people who live to be over one hundred is increasing, especially among

    SCIENCE

    BIOLOGY

    -owever, in the developing countries, where (4)

    SCIENCE

    medical

    .records, life expectancy for

    .reasons are mainly responsible for

    MEDICINE

    ECONOMICS

    :-iis and as a result a high percentage of the population suffers from malnutrition. One must also

    (7)_

    emphasise

    (8 ) .

    unhygienic

    To (9) _

    (10) _

    summarise

    nutritious

    . the fact that sanitary conditions in developing countries are rather

    EMPHASIS

    HYGIENE

    , proper housing and sanitation, adequate healthcare and a(n)

    .diet play an important part in a person’s life expectancy.

    SUMMARY

    NUTRITION

    SECTION 1 (FCE format)

    m

    tk

    For questions 1-12, read the test below and decide which answer A , B, C or D best fits each space. There is an

    example at the beginning (O).

    A far

    Example: 0

    B inpidual

    (c )re m o te

    D separate

    P A S T M E M O R IE S

    remote

    I was raised on a farm in a(n) (0)

    e verything was covered in snow. I was always (1)

    arrived

    When spring (2)

    _ village in the 1950s. The w in te r m onths were endless and

    , everythin g came alive – flow ers w ould bloom and the animals w ould come

    came across

    an

    the sight o f the

    bear I did w hat m y father had told me. I stood still until she stopped grow ling and walked away. The tric k was effective,

    tim e.

    exploring

    the forest, catching fish fo r dinner,

    flocks

    _____ o f birds and the insects hopping up

    and down on the surface of the water.

    Of course, this was possible only during the warm m onths. When autum n came, everything w ent quiet, w hich was quite

    the birds flew south and the snow to o k over. The place became deserted once again.

    1

    A keen

    (^B) eager

    2

    A approached

    3

    A dealt w ith

    (j5 )cam e across

    C reached

    D found out

    4

    A like

    ( jj) a s

    C same as

    D such as

    5

    A In

    B By

    6

    A very

    7

    B reached

    C w illing

    C appeared

    D enthusiastic

    Q

    arrived

    © A t

    D On

    B quite

    C so

    ( j ) far

    A qualifications

    B skills

    C qualities

    D 1experience

    8

    A exploring

    B detecting

    C researching

    D investigating

    9

    A looking

    B noticing

    C w atching

    D observing

    10

    A swarms

    B bunches

    11

    A o rdinary

    B) usual

    C fa m iliar

    12

    A until

    B after

    C since

    © f lo c k s

    D sets

    D regular

    ©

    before

    unit O S

    f :: questions 13-24, read the text be lo w and think of the w ord which best fits each space. Use only one w ord in

    * ic h space. There is an exam ple at the beginning (0).

    are usually fo r pleasure or sport, but did you know th a t ballooning began

    th a t smoke could make things rise. They experim ented fo r a year or

    invention to everyone. On th e ir firs t attem pt, they filled a silk bag

    in Novem ber 1783, h isto ry was made once more when the firs t flig h t

    carrying passengers left the ground. The volunteers to ok o ff from Paris

    and rem ained in the air fo r over tw e n ty minutes.

    Soon afterw ards, scientists all over Europe became interested

    (2 0 )

    it wasn’t long before the a c tiv ity became very popular.

    (21 )

    w ith ballooning and co ntribu te d to its developm ent. In the 19th century,

    purposes, the m ost im p o rta n t one being polar exploration.

    In the tw e ntie th century, hot-air ballooning was re-introduced,

    due to a m uch im proved propane burner. This has

    (23 )

    generation becom ing interested in ballooning e ither fo r scientific

    (24 )

    uinit 0 5

    For questions 25-34, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word

    that fits in the space in the same line. There is an example at the beginning (0).

    SKATEBOARDING

    F

    coastal

    In the early 1960s, a new craze swept through the ( 0 ) __

    cities of the United States.

    COAST

    PHYSICS

    ENERGY

    ORIGIN

    developed by attaching a plank of wood to roller-skates.

    However, skateboarding has undergone ( 2 8 ) __

    dramatic

    changes since then.

    DRAMA

    skateboarders now use plastic and fibreglass, which make the

    PROFESSION

    hours perform ing tricks and stunts many of which are (31)__

    dangerous

    END

    , so

    DANGER

    skilful

    sensible

    many falls before becoming proficient, so it is (34)

    ADVICE

    A skateboarder goes through

    SKILL

    ___ to take pcautions against

    SENSE

    accidents.

    For questions 35-42, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using

    the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between! two and five words, including the word

    given. There is an example at the beginning (0).

    Example: 0

    When I was younger, I played tennis every Sunday.

    used

    tennis every Sunday.

    35 How long have you been living in yo ur new house?

    moved

    .y o u r new house?

    36 The police questioned all the eye-witnesses but they did n’t find anyone capable of describing what

    exactly had happened.

    none

    of describing what exactly had happened.

    37 His com puter game addiction is getting worse.

    and

    He is g e ttin g .

    more and more addicted to

    .co m p u te r games.

    38 She w ent out after finishing the housework.

    until

    until she had finished

    She did n’t go o u t.

    .th e housework.

    39 I heard th at neither of the defendants was found g u ilty in yesterday’s trial,

    innocent I heard th at

    both defendants were found innocent

    .in yesterday’s trial.

    4 0 John feels he doesn’t share many interests w ith his new penfriend.

    little

    _ his new penfriend.

    41 The shop w here he w orks is in the city centre.

    which

    . is in the city centre.

    42 He is the m ost talented player in the team,

    as

    None of the players in the team _

    is/are as talented as

    he is.

    unit 0 5

    SECTION 2 (ECCE format)

    Grammar

    Z’-oose the correct answer.

    t

    will have

    finished

    By the end of next week, I

    a. will finish

    my project,

    6. Two masked men held

    downtown yesterday.

    (l))w ill have finished

    c. will be finished

    d. am finishing

    who

    ‘his author,

    is very popular, has

    b. off

    c. out

    (d )u p

    (a )th e fitte r

    (jj)w h o

    c. whom

    Mr. Jones. He is a

    the fitte r

    8. I found very

    d. the fittest

    composition.

    respectable member of our community,

    a. looks up to

    b. looks up

    a. little

    (b )fe w

    c. looks down on

    d. looks over

    c. more

    d. much

    ve seen two of his movies but

    neither

    of them

    9. Everybody congratulated Mary

    good exam results.

    //as very interesting,

    a. either

    ( b ) neither

    d. both

    c. none

    S My parents

    y0u get.

    b. the more fitte r

    c. the most fittest

    d. which

    X Everybody looks up to

    4.

    a. on

    7. The more you exercise,

    published a new book.

    a. that

    UP a bank

    have been

    living

    b. in

    (c )o n

    d. of

    10. He said that he will rent a bigger house when he

    here since 1980.

    a. are living

    a. for

    gets

    (lb) have been living

    c. live

    a new job.

    a. will get

    d. were living

    b. is getting

    (c)g e ts

    d. will be getting

    If the subject o f w ould rather is the same as the subject o f the verb:

    Present / Future reference

    Past reference

    would rather (not) + psent bare

    infinitive

    I’d rather have a crepe.

    He’d rather not take the test tomorrow.

    would rather (not) + perfect bare infinitive

    We’d rather have rented a jeep.

    I’d rather not have eaten so much at the dinner

    party yesterday.

    *

    If the subject o f w ould rather is d ifferent from the subject o f the verb:

    Present / Future reference

    would rather + subject + Past Simple

    I’d rather you didn’t bring your dog along on

    our trip.

    Past reference

    would rather + subject + Past Perfect

    He would rather she hadn’t cut her hair so

    short.

    § • Would rather + bare infinitive + than + bare

    infinitive

    I’d rather sleep than watch TV.

    • Would sooner is used in the same way as would rather

    I’d sooner go to the East than to America.

    EXPESSING PREFERENCE

    • pfer + -ing/noun + to + -ing/noun

    1pfer fishing to hunting.

    • pfer + full infinitive + rather than + bare infinitive

    (general reference)

    He pfers to play chess rather than play scrabble.

    • would pfer + full infinitive + rather than + bare

    infinitive (pference in a particular situation)

    She would pfer to have an orange juice rather than have a

    cup o f coffee.

    HAD BETTER <= SHOULD))

    Present / Future reference

    had better + (not) + psent bare infinitive

    You’d better take a torch w ith you.

    Past reference

    It would have been better if + Past Perfect

    It would have been better if she had adm itted

    her guilt.

    Unit 14 Reported Speech

    in Reported Speech we give the meaning of w hat someone said w ith some changes and w itho ut quotation marks. We usually

    introduce Reported Speech w ith the verbs tell ( when there is a person / pronoun as an object) and say (when there is no person

    / pronoun as an object). That is optional.

    DIRECT

    REPORTED

    Present Simple

    She said, 7 like this film .”

    Past Simple

    She said (that) she liked that film.

    Present Progressive

    They said, “we are planning to throw a big party. ”

    Past Progressive

    They said (that) they were planning to throw a big party.

    Past Simple

    Maria said, “1had a great time yesterday.”

    Past Perfect Simple

    Maria said (that) she had had a great tim e the pvious day.

    i

    Grammar Review

    DIRECT

    REPORTED

    Past Progressive

    7 was wandering in the woods, ” the boy said.

    Past Perfect Progressive

    Present Perfect Simple

    Past Perfect Simple

    “We have already cleaned the car, Dad, “said Sam.

    Present Perfect Progressive

    He said, “I’ve been trying to fix m y bike all day. ”

    W ill

    The boy said (that) he had been wandering in the woods.

    Sam told his dad (that) they had already cleaned the car.

    Past Perfect Progressive

    He said (that) he had been trying to fix his bike a ll day.

    W ould

    “I’ll tell you where 1w ill be, Tina, ’’said Mike.

    Can

    Mike told Tina (that) he would tell her where he would be.

    Could

    James said, “lean whistle very loudly.”

    May

    James said (that) he could whistle very loudly.

    M ig ht

    “He m aybe lost,’’said Alice.

    M ust

    Alice said (that) he m ight be lost.

    Had to (oblig atio n)

    “You m ust brush your teeth, Bruce,” said Mum.

    Mum told Bruce (that) he had to brush his teeth.

    M ust (deduction)

    “It m ust be late, ” he said.

    He said that it m ust be late.

    M ust not

    M ust n ot (p ro h ib itio n )

    “You m ustn’t touch this,” said Mark.

    Need

    Mark said (that) 1m ustn’t touch that.

    Needed / Had to

    They said, “we need to have our house painted. ”

    Needn’t

    They said (that) they had to have their house painted.

    Needn’t / d id n’t have to (psent)

    She said, “you needn’t eat all that food. ”

    She said (that) 1didn’t have to eat a ll that food.

    W ouldn’t Have to (future)

    He said, “You needn’t phone us tonight. ”

    He said (that) 1w ouldn’t have to phone them that night.

    ………………………………………………..

    ……………………….. …………

    W ould, co uld, m ig h t, sh ould, o u g h t to d o n o t change.

    now

    (A today/tonight

    c

    o yesterday

    E i tom orrow

    last week (month, year, etc.)

    U.

    X

    1×1

    next week (month, year, etc.)

    ago

    then

    that day/that night

    the day before/the pvious day

    the next/follow ing day

    the pvious week (month, year etc.)/the week (month,

    year etc.) before

    the following week (month, year etc.)

    before

    (/) this/these

    M g here

    that/those

    there

    u

    NO CHANGES ARE MADE IN THE FOLLOWING CASES

    When the reporting verb is in the Present, Future or Present Perfect.

    Steven says, “I have been looking fo r a good book ail day. ” 4 Steven says (that) he’s been looking fo r a good book a ll day.

    When a general truth or sth unlikely to change is reported.

    The teacher said, “The Statue o f Liberty is in New York.’’ 4 The teacher said (that) the Statue o f Liberty is in New York.

    The Past Perfect does not change.

    The Past Progressive does not usually change; Past tenses in tim e clauses do not change.

    “I was speaking on the phone when the doorbell rang,” she said 4 She said (that) she was speaking on the phone when

    the doorbell rang.

    When sth is reported im m ediately after it is said.

    “John is a spoilt kid, ” said Paul. 4 Paul said that John Is a spoilt kid

    When something, although said earlier, will take place in the future.

    John said, “I’m flying to Rome tomorrow. ” 4 John said (that) he is flying to Rome tomorrow. (It is s till today.)

    When there is a Conditional (type 2,3) or a sentence w ith w ish/if only.

    Ben said, “if I had a chúng tôi would be a pink one. ” 4 Ben said (that) if he had a Cadillac, it would be a pink one.

    »

    Grammar Review

    UESTIONS

    Questions are reported w ith the verbs ask, inquire, wonder, want to know, etc. and the word order is the same as in statements.

    YES-NO questions

    Wh- questions

    NOTE

    Examples

    Form

    Type

    If/whether+subject+verb

    “Can you come over on Saturday?” 4

    He wanted to know if 1could come over on

    Saturday.

    Wh-question word+subject+verb

    “Why are you still here?”

    She asked me why 1was still there.

    I

    Whether is used instead of if when there is a choice between tw o alternatives.

    “Well, are you coming or not?” 4 She wondered whether I was going (with them ) or not.

    COMMANDS – REQUESTS – ADVICE

    +object+full infinitive

    “You’re not going to the concert,” said Mum.

    Mum forbade me to go to the concert.

    “ Please, Dad, let me go to the football match,” said Gerry.

    Gerry begged his dad to let him go to the football match.

    I

    OTHER REPORTING VERBS

    refuse/offer/promise (+object) /

    threaten (+object)/claim/agree etc. +

    full infinitive

    accuse sb of/complain to sb about/ insist

    on/adm it (to)/deny/apologise

    for + -ing form

    7 won’t lend you my green dress,” said “I’ m sorry 1called you names,” said the

    my sister. 4 My sister refused to lend boy. 4 The boy apologised for calling him

    names.

    me her green dress.

    NOTE

    “ Let’s play a game of tennis,” Lucy said.

    Lucy suggested

    complain/explain/agree/claim/deny/

    promise/threaten/warn (+ object) +

    that clause

    “Sorry I’m late but 1had a flat tyre, ” said

    Bill. 4 Bill explained that he was late

    because he had a flat tyre.

    playing a game of tennis.

    that they play a game of tennis.

    that they should play a game of tennis.

    Words easily confused

    U N IT l

    LA

    job (n) = the work sb does to earn

    money, employment

    occupation (n) [job, profession,

    employment (referred to

    generally)]= a person’s regular

    work or profession

    work (at/out of)* (n) =

    occupation or profession /

    particular tasks sb has to do in

    their job / the place where sb

    does their job

    employment (n) = work, esp. in

    return for regular payment

    profession (n) = job requiring

    advanced education or training

    *at work = at one’s job or place of

    employment / in action

    * out of work = jobless,

    unemployed

    I.B

    task (n) = activity sb has to do,

    usually as a part of a larger

    project

    course (n) = series of lessons or

    lectures on a particular subject

    duty (n) = what sb has to do for

    their job

    1.C

    employer (n) = person, firm that

    hires workers

    to do

    1,H

    employee (n) = a person who is

    challenge (n) = a difficult task

    skills (n) = the ability to do sth

    that tests sb’s ability

    success (n) = achievement of a

    desired aim

    ambition (n) = a strong desire for

    success or distinction

    1.F

    achieve (v) = to succeed in doing

    sth, accomplish, especially after a

    lot of effort

    fulfil (v) = bring about the

    completion or achievement of a

    desired promise etc.

    cope (with) (v) = to deal

    successfully with sth difficult

    deal with (phr.v.) = act in order

    to solve a problem or make a

    decision about a situation

    face (v) = confront, have to deal

    with a difficult situation

    succeed (in) (v) = to manage to

    do sth, achieve your goals

    1.G

    manage (v) = to be in charge of

    1.E

    run (v) = be in charge of a shop or

    aim (n) = a purpose, an intention business

    operate (v) = function or cause to

    goal (n) = sth that you hope to

    achieve esp. when much time

    functipn

    undertake (v) = to make oneself

    and effort is needed

    intention (n) = sth which sb plans responsible for sth

    paid to work for an organisation

    or for another person

    colleague (n) = a person you

    work with (at a professional job)

    assistant (n) = person who helps

    sb in their job

    clerk (n) = person who works

    in an office or shop and keeps

    records, files, accounts etc.

    (army) officer (n) = person

    appointed to command others in

    the armed forces

    attendant (n) = person whose job

    is to provide a service in a public

    place

    1JD

    party (n) = a group of people

    working or travelling together

    crew (n) = people who work on a

    ship or aircraft

    staff (n) = people who work for

    a company or organisation,

    employees

    very well

    qualities (n) = usually good

    characteristics

    qualifications (n) = a quality or

    skill that makes sb suitable for a

    particular job

    experience (n) = 1) sth that

    happens to you or sth that you

    do 2) the knowledge you have

    acquired

    UNIT 2

    2A

    look (through) (v) = to read,

    examine

    look (at) (v) = to turn your eyes to

    a particular direction

    see (v) = notice, observe, take a

    look at sb/sth

    watch (v) = to look at sb/sth for a

    period of time and pay attention

    to what is happening

    notice (v) = to become aware of

    sb/sth

    regard (v) = look at sth

    stare (at) (v) = look at sb/sth

    for a long time (often rudely or

    impolitely)

    Words Easily Confused

    glance (at) (v) = to take a quick

    look at sth

    observe (v) = to see or notice

    something

    2J8

    find out (v) = to learn sth you

    didn’t know, especially through

    deliberate effort

    invent (v) = create or make up sth

    for the first time

    discover (v)= become aware of

    sth you didn’t know before

    detect (v) = notice, recognise that

    sth is psent

    2.C

    explore (v) = investigate sth

    (a place or scientific field)

    systematically, in order to find

    out more facts about it

    investigate (v) = to discover and

    examine all the facts about sth

    look for (v) = to search for or try

    to find sb/sth

    look up (v) = find out by looking

    in a reference book

    (do) research (v) = careful study

    or investigation, esp. to discover

    new information

    2D

    attempt (n) = an act of trying

    to do sth, esp. when this is

    unsuccessful

    effort (n) = the use of much

    physical or mental energy to do

    sth

    trial (n) = 1) a formal examination

    of evidence in a law court 2) a

    test of quality

    experiment (n) = a scientific test

    done to discover what happens

    to sth in particular conditions

    2.E

    audience (n) = a group of people

    watching or listening to a play,

    concert, film etc.

    spectators (n) = people who

    watch sth, especially a sporting

    event

    viewers (n) = people who watch

    television

    sightseers (n) = people who visit

    places of interest as tourists

    onlookers (n) = people who

    watch sth happening without

    getting involved

    witness (n) = a person who sees

    an event and is able to tell other

    people what happened

    2JF

    memorise (v) = learn sth well

    enough to remember it exactly

    remind (sb of sth) (v) = to make

    sb remember sth

    recall (v) = to bring sth back to

    mind, remember

    recognise (v) = be able to identify

    sb/sth

    2.G

    view (n) =1) opinion 2) a scene,

    esp. of a fine tract of countryside

    sight (n) =a thing that one sees

    or can see / places of interest in a

    town or city, that are often visited

    by tourists

    image (n) = a mental picture

    vision (n) the ability to see

    scene (n) = the place where an

    action or event occurs

    UNIT 3

    3.A

    rise (v) = move upwards, stand

    up

    raise (v) = (money) support by

    collecting money

    arise (v) = begin to exist or

    become known to people (for a

    situation or problem)

    lift (v) = raise sb / sth to a higher

    position or level

    fashion (n) = popular style of

    clothes, hair etc. at a particular

    time or place

    trend (n) =a general tendency or

    direction

    routine (n) = the usual series

    of things sb does regularly at a

    particular time

    3.G

    common (adj) = ordinary,

    frequently encountered or often

    happening

    ordinary (adj) = average, not

    different or special

    usual (adj) = happening most

    often in a particular situation

    normal (adj) = regular, ordinary,

    3.B

    in accordance with what people

    expect

    grow (v)= increase in size or

    quantity

    regular (adj) = done or

    happening often, frequent

    grow up (v) = reach the stage of

    3.H

    full development

    bring up (v) =to care for and raise eager (adj) = full of interest or

    (a child)

    desire

    (be) born (v) = to come into

    keen (on / to) (adj) =eager,

    the world by birth (out of your

    enthusiastic, very much wanting

    m other‘s body)

    to do sth

    become (v) = develop into / grow enthusiastic (about) (adj) =

    to be

    showing great interest in sth

    3.C

    interested (in) (adj) = showing

    educate (v) = teach sb over

    curiosity, concern or desire to

    a period of time at school,

    learn more about sth because

    university etc.

    you think it is important

    learn (v) =gain knowledge or a

    willing (to) (adj) = ready and

    skill by study

    wanting to help or do sth

    teach (v) = give lessons in (sb) /

    show sb how to do sth

    U NIT 4

    study (v) to give one’s time and

    4A

    attention to learning about a

    travel (v) = to go from one place

    subject

    to another

    read (v) = to look at and

    transfer (to) (v) = to cause sb or

    understand the written or

    sth to move from one place to

    printed word

    another

    instruct (v) = to give orders or

    transport (v) = take goods,

    directions to sb

    people etc. from one place to

    another in a vehicle

    3.D

    behaviour (n) = social conduct,

    transmit (v) = to send out electric

    the way a person or an animal

    signals etc. by radio

    behaves

    4JB

    attitude (n) = the opinions and

    arrive (in /at) (v) = get to a place

    at the end of a journey

    feelings that you usually have

    get (to) (v) = arrive at a place

    about sth

    reach (v) = to get, to arrive at

    temper (n) = state of mind

    regarding being angry or being

    come (v) = to move to, towards or

    calm

    into a place (where the speaker

    mood (n) = the way sb feels at a

    is)

    particular time

    approach (v) = to get closer to sb

    manner (n) = the way sb behaves, or sth (in place or time)

    appear (v) = to start to be seen or

    their social conduct

    manners (n) = ways of behaving suddenly be seen

    4.C

    in social situations

    3.E

    carry (v) =to take sth somewhere

    familiar with /to (adj) = knowing in your hands or arms, on your

    sth well and understanding it

    back etc.

    accustomed to (adj) = to be used fetch (v) = to go and bring sth

    to sth

    from the place where it is

    aware of (adj) = knowing sth

    deliver (to) (v) = to convey, carry

    sth to a destination

    3.F

    4D

    custom (n) = sth that is done by

    voyage (n) = a long journey by

    people in a particular society

    ship or spacecraft

    because it is traditional

    journey (n) = when you travel

    habit (n) = sth you do often or

    from one place to another

    regularly

    trip (n) = a short journey to a

    place and back again

    tour (n) = an organised trip

    during which you visit different

    places

    excursion (n) = a short journey

    made for a particular purpose

    travel (n) = the act of taking a

    journey

    expedition (n) = a long journey,

    esp. one made by a group of

    people with a particular aim

    flight (n) = a journey in a plane or

    space vehicle

    cruise (n) = a holiday on a large

    ship

    4.E

    guide (v) = to show sb around a

    place that you know well

    direct (v) = to tell or show sb the

    way to a place

    lead (v) = 1) go to a particular

    place 2) to show sb the way by

    going in front (first)

    ride (v) = to travel in or on a

    vehicle or animal

    4J

    address (n) = the number of

    the building and the name of

    the street and town etc. where

    someone lives or works

    road (n) = a specially ppared

    hard surface for cars, buses etc j

    to travel on

    street (n) = a public road in a

    city or town that usually has

    buildings on its side(s)

    way (n) = a route / road etc. taker

    in order to reach a place

    direction (n) = the way sth or

    sb moves, faces or is aimed /

    information or instructions abod

    what to do or where to go

    route (n) = the way from one

    place to another

    path (n) = a track that people

    walk along over an area or

    ground

    4.G

    site (n) = a place where a

    building, town etc. was, isorv. j

    be situated

    position (n) = where sb or sth s *

    relation to other things

    location (n) = the place where sd

    happens or is situated

    point (n) = a particular place or

    position where sth takes place

    place (n) = a point, building or

    area

    room (n) = empty space for

    people or things to be fitted in

    space (n) = an area of any size

    that is empty or available for use4.H

    foreign (adj) = not from your o .’i

    country or the country you are

    talking about

    strange (adj) = unusual, not

    familiar

    different (from / to) (adj) = not

    the same

    Words Easily Confused

    peculiar (adj) = odd or strange,

    esp. in an unpleasant way

    curious (adj) = eager to know or

    learn

    UNIT 6

    6A

    borrow (v) = take sth from sb

    with their permission, intending

    to return it in the future

    lend (v) = allow sb to use sth that

    you own for a period of time

    let (v) = allow the use of your

    property in exchange for money

    hire (v) = pay money to the

    owner of sth in order to use it for

    a period of time / employ sb to

    do a particular job for you

    rent (v) = to have and use sth

    which does not belong to you in

    exchange for a sum of money

    that you pay regularly

    6JB

    spend (v) = 1)to use your money

    to buy or pay for things 2) to pass

    or use time

    waste (v) = using too much of

    something (money, time etc.)

    unnecessarily

    save (v) = gradually collect

    money by spending less than

    you get, usually to buy sth you

    want

    afford (n) = to have enough

    money, time etc. for a particular

    purpose

    6.C

    bill (n) = a written statement of

    money that you owe for goods /

    services

    fare (n) = the price you pay to

    travel by bus, train, plane etc.

    fee (n) = an amount of money

    that you pay to a professional

    person or organisation for their

    work

    fine (n) = punishment in which

    sb has to pay a sum of money

    because they have done sth

    wrong or broken a rule

    ticket (n) = 1) a printed piece of

    paper showing that a person has

    paid to travel on a bus, plane, etc.

    or to enter a cinema, concert hall

    etc. 2) an official note given for a

    traffic offence

    receipt (n) = a piece of paper that

    you get from sb as confirmation

    that they have received money

    or goods from you

    account (n) = a written statement

    of money paid or owed for goods

    and services

    discount (n) = a reduction in

    the cost of goods that you are

    buying

    tax (n) = money that you pay to

    the government according to

    your income

    6D

    salary (n) = fixed regular

    payment, usually made every

    month to employees

    wage(s) (n) = regular payment,

    on hourly, daily, weekly basis

    payment (n) = a sum of money

    paid

    income (n) = money one earns or

    receives

    bonus (n) = a payment added to

    what is usual or expected

    allowance (n) = money given

    to sb on a regular basis (e.g. as

    pocket money)

    award (n) = prize /gift / trophy

    reward (n) = a thing that is given

    or received in return for doing

    sth good

    donation (n) = contribution to a

    charity or other organisation

    6.E

    owe (v) = to have an obligation to

    pay sb a certain amount

    own (v) = to have as one’s

    possession

    possess (v) = to have (an ability)

    keep (v) = continue to have or

    hold sth

    belong to (v) = to be the property

    of

    6.F

    price (n) = the amount of money

    which sth is bought or sold for

    prize (n) = an award given to the

    winner of a competition, race etc.

    charge (n) = amount of money

    sb has to pay for a service or to

    buy sth

    value (n) = how much sth is

    worth

    bargain (n) = sth bought cheaply

    or for less than its usual price

    w orth (adj.) = having a certain

    value /(n) = the value, usefulness

    or importance of sth

    tip (n) = extra money given to sb

    (eg a waiter, porter etc.) in order

    to thank them for their service

    6.G

    pcious (adj.) = of great value

    or importance because of being

    very beautiful, rare or expensive

    valuable (adj.) = worth a lot of

    money / very useful or important

    priceless (adj.) = too valuable

    to be priced or extremely

    expensive

    worthless (adj.) = having no

    value, importance or use

    economic (adj.) = connected

    with trade, industry and the

    management of money

    economical (adj.) =using money,

    time, goods etc. carefully and

    without wasting any

    financial (adj.) = connected with

    money or the management of

    money

    6JH

    loan (n) = money that you

    borrow (usually from a bank)

    debt (n) = amount of money that

    you owe to a person /bank

    sum (n) = a quantity, esp. of

    money

    amount (n)= a quantity of

    money, time or a substance

    deposit (n) = 1) to pay part of a

    larger sum the rest of which is to

    be paid later 2) to put money into

    a bank

    instalment (n) = a small sum of

    money paid at regular intervals

    over a period of time, rather

    than paying the whole amount

    at once

    budget (n) = a plan of how

    a person or organisation

    will spend the money that is

    available in a particular period

    of time

    6.1

    cheque (n) = a printed form that

    you can sign and use instead of

    money

    cash (n) = money in the form of

    coins or notes

    coins (n) = money made of metal

    currency (n) = the money used in

    a particular country

    (bank) notes (n) = paper money

    change (n) = coins / money that

    you receive when you pay for sth

    with more money than it costs

    because you do not have the

    exact amount of money

    UNIT 7

    7.A

    think (of/about) (v) = have an

    opinion / impssion about sth

    consider (v) = think carefully

    about sth / have an opinion

    about sth

    regard (v) = believe that sb or sth

    has a particular quality

    believe (v) = to be sure that sth is

    true or that sb is telling the truth

    mean (v) = 1) explain what you

    wish to say 2) intend

    7JB

    realise (v) = to become aware

    that sth is true, understand it

    understand (v) = to know the

    meaning of what sb is telling you,

    or the language that they speak

    recognise (v) = to know who a

    person or what a thing is

    meet (v) = to become familiar

    with sb for the first time

    introduce (v) = to psent (sb) by

    name (to another person)

    psent (v) = to appear in and

    introduce a programme on radio

    or television

    appciate (v) = to recognise and

    enjoy the good qualities of sth /

    to be grateful for sth

    7C

    assume (v) = to take for granted

    (to believe sth to be true without

    proof)

    guess (v) = to make an estimate

    or conclusion you are not sure of,

    without knowledge

    suppose (v) = 1) to think that

    sth is true or probable 2) to be

    expected or required to do sth

    estimate (v) = to form a rough or

    general idea of sth

    calculate (v) = to estimate sth

    by using numbers or one’s

    judgement

    that sth will happen

    idea (n) = 1) knowledge or

    understanding of something

    without being certain

    (n) = 2) a suggestion, thought or

    plan for doing something

    view (n) = opinion

    thought (n) = idea

    point (n) = single fact, idea or

    opinion

    aspect (n) = a distinct feature or

    element in a problem, situation

    etc.

    respect (n) = politeness and

    honour shown towards sb or sth

    matter (of fact) (phrase) =

    actually, in fact

    7.E

    queue (n) = a line of people or

    vehicles waiting for sth

    line (n) = a number of people

    /things one behind the other or

    standing side by side

    aisle (n) = a long narrow gap

    between rows of seats (in a

    church, classroom etc.) or

    between supermarket shelves

    corridor (n) = a passage in a

    building or train, usually with

    rooms on either side

    hall (n) = a room serving as an

    entry area

    row (n) = a number of people/

    things standing or arranged in

    a line

    7JF

    available (adj.) = that can be

    found or obtained

    spare (adj.) = extra, additional,

    available for use when needed

    free (adj.) = not being used /

    occupied by sb or not reserved

    for somebody to use (e.g. table,

    seat)/costing nothing

    convenient (adj.) = easy, useful

    or suitable for a particular

    situation

    handy (adj.) = useful for a

    particular purpose

    usable (adj.) = that can be used

    7.G

    absence (n) = the state of not

    being somewhere

    lack (n) = when something is

    insufficient or does not exist at all

    shortage (n) = deficiency, when

    there is not enough of sth

    loss (n) = the fact of no longer

    having sth or having less of it

    7.H

    short (of sth) (adj.) = not have

    enough of sth, nearly run out of

    scarce (adj.) = not easy to find or

    obtain

    rare (adj.) = not common

    inadequate (adj.) = too low in

    quality, or too small in amount;

    not good enough

    Words Easily Confused

    insufficient (adj.) = inadequate,

    not enough for a particular

    purpose

    comment (on) (v) = expss your apply (for) (v) = to request

    opinion about sth or give an

    explanation for it

    report (v) = inform some

    UNIT 8

    authority about sth that has

    8A

    happened

    choose (v)= to select from a

    8 JG

    number of alternatives

    announce (v) = to state or make

    pick (v) = to gather / to make

    known publicly

    a selection from a number of

    inform (v) = to tell, give

    things

    information

    gather (v) = come together in a

    confess (v) = admit that you have

    group

    done sth wrong or shameful

    collect (v) = to accumulate sth as introduce (v) = to psent (sb) by

    a hobby or for study

    name (to another person)

    8JB

    reveal (v) = uncover or expose

    choice (n) = an act of choosing

    sth hidden, make it known to

    between two or more

    people

    possibilities

    publish (v) = print numerous

    collection (n) = a group of

    copies of a book or magazine

    objects that have been gathered 8 H

    together

    ensure (v) = to make sth certain

    selection (n) = the state of being to happen, guarantee

    chosen

    insure (v) = pay money to an

    election (n) = voting in order

    insurance company

    to choose a person or group of

    reassure (v) = to comfort sb and

    stop them from worrying

    people for an official position

    variety (n) = different types of

    make sure (v) = to make sth

    sth

    certain, ensure

    confirm (v) = to make an

    option (n) = alternative / one

    thing which can be chosen from arrangement or meeting certain,

    a set of possibilities

    often by telephone or writing

    8J

    8.C

    consult (v) = ask for specialised

    agree (v) = (on sth): have the

    advice

    same opinion on sth

    advise (v) = to give an opinion on accept (v) = to receive with

    what sb should do

    approval / to receive, take

    suggest (v) = to mention (an idea, admit (v) = to confess or

    plan etc.) for consideration

    acknowledge (a crime, mistake,

    propose (v) = to put forward (a

    etc.)

    plan etc.) for consideration

    approve of (v) = like, admire sb

    or sth

    suggest sth as the best choice

    8D

    UNIT 9

    clue (n) = a sign or information

    say (sth to sb) (v) = speak words

    that helps you to solve a problem to sb

    advice (n) = an opinion which

    tell (sb sth) (v) = let sb know sth,

    sb offers you about what

    give information

    you should do in a particular

    speak (v) = use your voice in

    situation

    order to say sth

    information (n) = knowledge

    talk (v) (1) = expss thoughts,

    feelings or desires by using

    about sth, esp. news or facts

    8,E

    words

    reliable (adj) = sb or sth that

    (2) = to have a conversation with

    sb

    can be trusted to work well or

    discuss (v) = to consider a

    behave in a desirable way

    responsible (adj) = having

    subject by talking about it with

    others.

    control or authority over sth or

    sb

    debate (n) = (formal) discussion

    about a subject on which

    reasonable (adj) = quite good,

    fair, sensible

    people have different and often

    opposing opinions

    respectable (adj) = having or

    9.B

    deserving the respect of other

    ask (v) = to put a question to sb,

    people

    inquire.

    8J?

    mention (v) = refer to or speak

    demand (v) = ask for sth urgently

    or in a forceful way

    about sth briefly or incidentally

    wonder (v) = to ask yourself

    refer to (v) = 1) to send sb or sth

    mention, describe or involve

    know about something

    expss (v) = show what you

    question (v) = 1) to ask someone

    about sth 2) expss doubt about

    think or feel by saying or doing

    sth

    sth

    something in writing or by

    sending in a form

    9.C

    require (v) = need, demand

    inquire (v) = to ask for

    information

    request (v) = an act of asking; a

    polite demand for something

    command (v) = order

    order (v) =to ask for goods or

    services

    appeal (v) = to take a legal case

    to a higher court where it can be

    judged again

    beg (v) = to ask for food, money,

    especially in the street or to

    request strongly and without

    pride

    advice (n) = recommendation or

    opinion

    instructions (n) = the (written)

    information that tells you how to

    use a piece of equipment etc.

    directions (n) = instructions

    about how to get from one place

    to another or about what to do

    manual (n) = a book which gives

    you instructions on how to do

    sth or how to use sth, such as a

    machine

    guide (n) = a book for travellers

    or tourists giving information

    about a place

    plan (n) = 1) a drawing from

    which sth is made or built 2) a

    recipe (n) = a set of instructions

    for cooking

    9JE

    brochure (n) = a thin book giving

    leaflet (n) = a printed piece

    of paper for distribution, esp.

    advertising

    handbook (n) = a small reference

    book giving useful facts

    catalogue (n) = a complete list

    of items, usually in alphabetical

    order

    list (n) = a set of words, numbers,

    etc. written one below the other

    menu (n) = a list of all the kinds

    of food that are available in a

    restaurant

    9.F

    refuse (v) = say no to a proposal

    or invitation; turn down,

    deliberately not do sth

    deny (v) = state that sth is untrue,

    not accept an accusation/not

    allowed

    regret (v) = feel sad or

    disappointed because of sth that

    happened

    resist (v) = to stop yourself

    having sth that you like very

    much or doing sth that you want

    to do

    reject (v) = turn down, refuse to

    accept

    9.G

    complain (about) (v) = say that

    you are not satisfied with a

    situation

    criticise (v) = expss disapproval

    of sth, say what is wrong with it

    object to (v) = to feel or expss

    opposition to or dislike of sth or

    sb

    discourage (v) = to take away

    sb’s confidence or sb’s hope of

    doing sth

    disapprove (of) (v) = not like, not

    agree with or approve of sth

    protest (n) (v) = say or show

    publicly that you object to sth

    argue (v) = to expss an

    opposite opinion, to exchange

    angry words

    quarrel (v) = to disagree, argue

    fight (v) = to oppose or struggle

    against sb or sth

    9.H

    worry (v) = to be anxious and

    troubled about sb or sth

    mind (v) = to be upset, annoyed

    or disturbed by sth or sb (used in

    questions or negative sentences)

    bother (v) = to make the effort to

    do sth / to annoy, worry or cause

    problems to sb

    annoy (v) = to irritate or make sb

    angry

    trouble (v) = to cause sb to be

    worried or anxious

    doubt (v) = to have a feeling of

    uncertainty about sth

    UNIT 11

    1LA

    stop (v) = to put an end to sth

    happening / pvent

    avoid (v) = not to allow sth to

    happen / to keep away from sb

    or sth

    forbid (v) = to order sb not to do

    sth, not allow sb to do sth

    prohibit (v) = forbid or make sth

    illegal, ban

    ban (v) = state officially that sth

    must not be done, shown or usee

    pvent (v) = to stop sth from

    happening / to stop sb from

    doing sth

    escape (v) = to avoid sth

    11.B

    blame (v) = believe or say that st

    or sth is responsible for sth bad

    accuse (v) = to say that you

    believe sb has done sth wrong

    arrest (v) = to take and keep sb

    prisoner with the authority of

    the law

    charge(v) = to accuse sb of

    having done sth illegal

    convict (v) = to decide in a’court

    of law that sb is guilty of a crime

    sentence (v) = to state that sb v I

    be punished in a certain way (by

    a law court)

    11C

    complaint (n) = expssing your

    dissatisfaction with a particular

    situation

    annoyance (n) = irritation, feelinc

    angry and impatient

    Words Easily Confused

    accusation (n) = criticising sb

    quantity or size

    destroy (v) = to cause damage in

    a violent way, to cause to exist

    drop (v) = to fall or let sth fall (by

    accident)

    lower (v) = to reduce sth or

    become less in amount, level,

    quality etc.

    demolish (v) = destroy a building

    completely

    12JE

    illness (n) = the state of not being fall (v) = move downwards

    in good health

    UNIT 13

    disease (n) = illness of people,

    13.A

    animals plants etc. caused by

    attention (n) = notice, thought or

    infection

    infection (n) = a disease caused consideration

    care (n) = the responsibility of

    by germs and bacteria

    h i

    protecting sb or sth

    sickness (n) = a particular type

    forget (v) = to fail to remember

    notice (n) = attention,

    of illness or disease, nausea

    leave (v) = to not take sth with

    observation

    weakness (n) = not feeling

    you when you go

    healthy and strong

    ignore (v) = pay no attention to

    of sth that might happen

    accident (n) = sth unpleasant

    sb/sth

    signal (n) = sign, gesture or

    neglect (v) = fail to look after sth which happens unexpectedly,

    sign intended as a message or

    causing damage or injury

    properly

    command

    incident (n) = an event which is

    omit (v) = leave sth out

    caution (n) = great care and

    either unpleasant or unusual

    deliberately or by accident

    attention

    12JF

    13.B

    cure (v) = to make sb healthy

    UNIT 12

    insist on (v) = say firmly that sth

    again

    12A

    must be done

    protect (from) (v) = to pvent sb heal (v) = to make or become

    persist in (v) = go on doing sth

    well again, esp. after a cut or

    or sth from being harmed

    despite having difficulties

    injury

    rescue (v) = get sb out of an

    continue (v) = go on doing sth,

    treat (v) = to give medical care

    unpleasant or dangerous

    not stop doing sth

    or attention to a person or a

    situation

    last (v) = to continue for a period

    condition

    save (v) = help sb out to avoid

    recover (v) = regain health after of time

    harm or to escape a dangerous

    remain (v) = to stay in the same

    being ill

    situation

    place or condition

    support (v) = 1) help, encourage overcome (v) = to successfully

    maintain (v) = to keep in good

    2) provide sb with money or the deal with a feeling or a problem

    condition

    12jG

    things they need

    defend (v) = take action in order sensible (adj) = based on reason, protect (v) = to keep sth or sb

    safe from injury, damage or

    not on emotions

    to protect or support sb or sth

    sensitive (adj) = 1) easily affected loss

    guard (v) = watch over in order

    to protect or not allow to escape or harmed by sth 2) aware of and keep (v) = have, look after

    J3 £

    understanding other people’s

    secure (v) = to make sth safe

    convince (v) = to make sb agree,

    needs and problems

    from being harmed

    understand or realise sth

    sensational (adj) = very good,

    12.B

    persuade (v) = to convince sb

    injure (v) = cause physical harm wonderful, exciting

    emotional (adj) = causing strong that sth is true or make them do

    to

    sth

    wound (v) = to cause an injury to feelings

    urge (v) = to try hard to persuade

    a part of the body usually with a 12.H

    sb to do sth

    weapon

    produce (v) = to make or

    impss (sb) (v) = to make sb

    manufacture sth, esp. in large

    hurt (v) = to cause physical or

    admire you

    mental injury; to cause a painful quantities

    develop (v) = to grow or change attract (v) = to cause a particular

    sensation

    reaction

    increase (v) = become greater in appeal to (sb) (v) = to attract,

    harm (v) = to cause physical

    charm, fascinate or interest sb

    number, level or amount

    injury to sb, usually on purpose

    13D

    build up (v) = to increase or

    I2.C

    win (v) = achieve first place and

    become larger or stronger

    damage (n) = physical harm

    gain a prize in a competition

    create (v) = invent, design or

    caused to an object

    beat (v) = defeat sb in a

    injury (n) = damage to a person’s make sth new

    competition or election

    or animal’s body

    gain (v) = acquire sth(gradually)

    development for the better

    wound (n) = an injury to part of

    earn (v) = receive money as

    advance (v) = 1) to progress,

    the body, usually caused by a

    payment for your work

    develop 2) doing more difficult

    weapon

    defeat (v) = to win a victory over

    work

    pain (n) = the physical suffering

    sb

    caused by injury or illness

    improve (v) = to (cause sth to)

    fail (v) = not to succeed in

    get better

    ache (n) = physical pain or

    something

    discomfort caused by injury or

    121

    13JE

    reduce (v) = make sth smaller

    illness

    appeal (n) = a formal request

    in amount (quantity) or degree

    12D

    to the authorities asking for a

    endanger (v) = to put sb or sth

    (size)

    decrease (v) = become smaller in decision to be changed

    in danger of being harmed,

    from a bank, shop or vehicle

    using force or threats

    thief (n) = person who steals

    from sb else

    burglar (n) = person who enters

    a building illegally, with the

    intention of stealing

    11D

    kidnapper (n) = criminal who

    chase (v) = to run after sb in

    kidnaps another person

    order to catch them

    hostage (take / hold sb) (n) =

    pursue (v) = follow or chase sb

    or sth especially in order to catch a person captured and held

    prisoner by one or more people

    them

    hunt(v) = to chase esp. birds and victim (n) = sb who has been hurt

    animals in order to catch and kill or killed

    pickpocket (n) = sb who steals

    them

    things from people’s pockets

    follow (v) = to go behind

    and expssing the belief that

    they have done sth wrong

    disappointment (n) = feeling

    let down, because of sth not

    meeting your expectations

    U.E

    cause (n) = what makes an event

    happen

    excuse (n) = a reason sb gives,

    in order to explain why sth has

    been done or in order to avoid

    doing sth

    reason (n) = fact or situation

    explaining why sth happens or

    what causes it to happen; cause

    purpose (n) = the reason for

    which sth is made or done,

    intention

    aim (n) = what you are hoping to

    achieve by an action, plan etc.

    11JF

    burgle (v) = to enter by force and

    steal

    rob (v) = steal money or property

    from sb

    steal (v) = take sth away without

    permission or intention of giving

    it back

    hijack (v) = to force someone

    to give you control of a vehicle,

    aircraft or ship that is in the

    middle of a journey

    deceive (v) = make sb believe

    that sth is not true in order to

    gain sth yourself

    cheat (v) = to behave in a

    dishonest way in order to get

    what you want

    lie (v) = to say sth which is not

    true

    shoplift (v) = to take sth from a

    shop without paying for it

    blackmail (v) = to demand

    money or favours from sb, by

    threatening them

    1LG

    attack (v) = try to hurt or damage

    sb or sth using violence

    knock (v) = a sound made with

    the hand on the door

    hit (v) = to strike with the hand or

    with an object

    beat (v) = to hit repeatedly with a

    hand, stick or other object

    blow (n) = a hard hit with a hand

    ora weapon

    strike (v) = to hit or attack

    forcefully or violently

    U.H

    convict (n) = sb who is in prison

    criminal (n) = sb who commits

    crimes

    robber (n) = person who steals

    damaged or destroyed

    risk (v) = the possibility of

    meeting danger or of suffering

    harm or loss

    threaten (v) = say that you will do

    sth to sb in order to make them

    do sth you want

    warn (v) = to make sb aware of a

    possible danger or problem

    Words Easily Confused

    application (n) = formal request

    definite (adj) = fixed, certain,

    for sth

    clear, that cannot be doubted

    certain (adj) = sure, beyond

    doubt

    particular (adj) = specific, special

    special (adj) = not ordinary or

    usual

    sure (adj) = certain, confident

    that one is right

    14.G

    stand (v) = tolerate, endure

    sth/sb

    resist (v) = refuse to accept sth/

    stop yourself from doing sth,

    although you would like to do it

    tolerate (v) = to put up with

    suffer (v) = to feel pain,

    discomfort, sorrow etc.

    14H

    offer (v) = ask sb if they would

    like to have or use sth

    provide (v) = supply sth that sb

    needs or wants

    supply (v) = give sb sth that they

    need

    cater (v) = to provide what is

    required or desired

    each other

    similar (adj) = resembling sb/sth,

    attraction (n) = a person or thing almost the same

    that attracts sb or sth

    common (adj) = usual,familiar

    interest (n) = a state of wanting

    14.B

    to learn or know about sth

    suit (v) = 1)be convenient for sb

    13JF

    or the best choice in a particular

    result (n) = 1) answers that are

    situation 2) make sb look

    produced by a scientific study or attractive

    test 2)sth that happens or exists fit (v) = be the correct size or

    because of sth else

    shape

    effect (n) = a change produced

    match (v) = 1)be in harmony

    by a particular influence

    with sth 2)have a pleasing

    affect (v) = to have an influence

    appearance when used together

    on sb or sth

    combine (v) = join together,

    blend, mix

    consequence (n) = an often

    bad or inconvenient result of a

    compare (v) = to examine and

    particular action or situation

    look for the difference between

    influence (n) = an effect of one

    two or more things

    person or thing on another

    14£

    13.G

    punctual (adj) = arriving,

    allow (v) = to let sb do sth or let

    doing sth or happening at the

    sth happen; permit

    expected, correct time

    let (v) = to give sb permission to accurate (adj) = pcise, correct

    do sth

    to a very detailed level

    permit (v) = to allow sth or make correct (adj) = right, accurate

    sth possible

    and without mistakes

    accept (v) = say “yes” to sth or

    exact (adj) = in great detail,

    agree to take sth

    correct, pcise

    (or sth) do sth

    stated time

    oblige (v) = to require sb to do

    14D

    sth by legal, moral or physical

    remain (v) = to stay in the same

    means

    place or condition

    force (v) = to make sb do sth

    reveal (v) = uncover/expose sth

    against their will

    hidden, make it known to people

    13.H

    review (v) = 1) to write an opinion

    postpone (v) = to arrange for an of a book, film, play etc. 2) to

    event etc. to happen at a later

    examine or consider sth again

    time

    revise (v) = to study again (sth

    cancel (v) = to say that sth which already learned) in pparation

    for an exam

    has already been arranged will

    not be done or take place / to

    relieve (v) = make sth less

    order sth to be stopped

    unpleasant, cause sth

    delay (v) = to be slow or late or

    unpleasant to disappear

    make sb slow or late

    release (v) = to allow sb or sth to

    131

    come out of a place/to make sth

    guest (n) = sb who is visiting you available to the public

    or is a customer at a hotel

    14.E

    host (n) = sb who receives or

    outcome (n) = something that

    entertains guests

    follows an action or situation

    outdoor (adj) = existing,

    visitor (n) = sb who is visiting a

    person or a place

    happening or done outside

    client (n) = a person or

    rather than inside a building

    outfit (n) = clothes worn together

    organisation that receives a

    service from a professional

    as a set

    person or another

    outlet (n) = 1) a place that sells

    organisation in return for money goods made by a particular

    company 2) a hole or pipe

    customer (n) = a person

    who buys goods or services,

    through which liquid can flow

    especially from a shop

    away

    outsider (n) = a person who is

    not accepted as a member of a

    UNIT 14

    14JV

    society, group etc.

    14J?

    like (pp.) =such as, similar to

    alike (adj) = when two or more

    perfect (adj) = excellent, suitable,

    people/things are similar

    without fault

    ideal (adj) = the best possible

    unlike (adj) = different from sth

    person or thing for sth

    likely (adj) = probable, sth that

    may happen

    fine (adj) = sunny and dry(for

    as (pp.) = like, with the identity weather)

    of

    thorough (adj) = detailed, careful

    same (adj) = having two or more detailed (adj) = having many

    people or things exactly like

    details, thorough

    Part 1: Multiple Choice Cloze

    ® Skim-read the text to get an idea of what it is about.

    ® Read the text again, one sentence at a time. Read the

    whole sentence, not just the words before and after the

    gap, as there may be clues that could help you.

    ® Try to guess what part of speech is missing and what the

    meaning of the missing word is.

    ® Do not look at the four choices or guess the answer until

    you’ve tried to understand what the sentence means.

    @ Do not always think of words as single isolated items, but

    as parts of a context.

    ® Read the options carefully.

    Decide which of the four choices is best in this context.

    Consider syntax and style.

    Find which of the choices may have the same meaning

    and decide which one should be left out.

    If you aren’t sure about the right answer, try to eliminate

    three of the four alternatives starting with the words that

    don’t make sense.

    ® Check if the word you have selected forms an acceptable

    expssion with the word before and/or after it.

    Read the text again including the words you used to fill in

    the gaps to see if it makes sense.

    Part 2: Open Cloze

    ® Skim-read the text to get an idea of what it is about.

    ® Read the text again, one sentence at a time. Read the

    whole sentence, not just the words before and after the

    gap, as there may be clues that could help you. Note that

    sometimes you may find clues in other sentences, too.

    ® Try to guess what part of speech is missing and what the

    meaning of the missing word is.

    0 Remember most of the missing words will be grammatical

    words, ppositions, pronouns, auxiliary verbs, articles,

    linking words etc. and not vocabulary items.

    Part 3: Word Formation

    0

    Remember: there is only one missing word. If you think

    that two or more words are suitable, you will have to

    choose and w rite only one.

    0 ‘Check for accuracy of grammar and spelling.

    & Read the text again including the words you used to fill in

    the gaps to see if it makes sense.

    L

    ® Skim-read the text to get an idea of what it is about.

    ® Read the text again, one sentence at a time.

    ® Decide what part of speech is needed to fill in the gap.

    The words to be formed will usually be nouns, verbs,

    ® Decide if the word to be formed has the same or the

    opposite meaning of the given word according to the

    meaning of the sentence.

    ® Remember that you will need to add a pfix and/or a

    suffix to the given word to form a derivative. Sometimes

    you m ight also add an ending to the derivative (e.g. -s

    after a noun, -s, -ed, -ing after a verb, -er, -est after an

    adjective). Note, however, that you never need to make

    more than two changes to the given word.

    ® Make sure the new word and given word have a common

    root and that you have spelt the new word correctly.

    ® Read the text again including the words you used to fill in

    the gaps to see if it makes sense.

    Part 4: “Key” Word Transformation

    ® Read the given sentence, the incomplete sentence and

    the ‘key’ word.

    ® Consider what kind of transform ation is required, e.g.

    passive voice, reported speech, conditional sentences

    etc. Look for clues in both the given and the incomplete

    sentences.

    0

    Remember that your answer must be between two and

    five words. Keep in mind that you must definitely use the

    ‘key’ word and not change it in any way at all.

    ® Write your answer, making sure that the completed

    sentence means the same as the given sentence.

    ® Check for accuracy of grammar and spelling.

    Exam Tips for A ll Parts of the Paper

    0

    When dealing with each of the four parts, start with the

    questions that seem easy to you. Leave the ones you

    aren’t sure about until later.

    ® Do not spend too much time on any one question. Go

    back and try to answer it later.

    ® Answer all the questions, even those you are not

    completely sure of. Make a sensible guess rather than

    leave a question unanswered.

    0 Do not w rite more than one answer for each question.

    ® Write your answers on the answer sheet clearly and

    correctly.

    ECCE

    In this part of the test there are 35 multiple-choice items which test basic knowledge of grammar. Candidates are required to

    choose a word or phrase which will complete the given sentence in a grammatically correct way.

    Remember:

    & Read the sentence or short exchange carefully and consider what kind of structure is required.

    & Look at the position of the gap in the sentence and consider what part of speech is required.

    & Look out for words (e.g. linking words) or expssions (e.g. tim e expssions) that can help you decide on the

    correct answer.

    Consider the syntax and style of the sentence.

    Read the four answer choices carefully and decide on the correct answer.

    If you are not sure about the correct answer, try to eliminate the answer choices that are grammatically incorrect.

    Once you have decided on the correct answer, read the sentence or short exchange together with your answer,

    making sure that they form a grammatically correct sentence.

    & Make sure you transfer your answers to the answer sheet clearly and carefully.

    &

    &

    &

    &

    There are 35 multiple-choice items in this section which test basic knowledge of vocabulary. Candidates are required to choose

    the word or phrase which is appropriate in the context of the sentence.

    Remember:

    & You should always learn new words in context. You can even try to use these new words in your own example

    sentences. This helps you remember new vocabulary instead of simply memorising their definitions in your mother

    tongue.

    @ You should learn verbs, nouns and adjectives with their dependent ppositions (e.g. laugh at somebody, talent

    for something, be good at something).

    & Try to remember collocations (e.g. make a mistake, do one’s homework) and fixed expssions (e.g. at the

    beginning of, in the beginning) that are considered problematic because they are quite similar.

    & Learn how to break down words in order to find the root, pfix and suffix. This w ill not only help you learn more

    words but also help you understand how they are formed. This w ill automatically increase your awareness of the

    language.

    & You can greatly improve your vocabulary by reading as many authentic English texts (e.g. books, magazines) as

    possible.

    Appendix

    Prepositional Phrases

    AT

    at + address

    at a glance

    at a loss

    at all costs

    at ease

    at first

    at first sight

    door

    end (of)

    expense of

    front

    hospital

    latest

    at random

    at school

    at short notice

    at the age of

    at the back of

    at the beginning (of)

    at the corner

    as far as

    as long as

    ahead/behind schedule

    by chance

    by cheque/credit card

    by day/night

    by far

    by force

    by hand

    by heart

    by means of

    by mistake

    by now

    by oneself

    by one’s side

    for

    for

    for

    for

    for

    for

    for

    for

    for sale

    at the moment

    at the sight of

    at the top/bottom of

    at the weekend

    at university

    at work

    AHEAD

    AS

    as a result of

    at the

    at the

    at the

    at the

    at the

    at the

    at the

    at heart

    a t … km/miles per hour

    at last

    at least

    at night

    at noon

    at once

    BY

    by accident

    by all accounts

    by all means

    by bus/car/plane

    by phone/post/airmail

    by profession

    (take) by surprise

    FOR

    for

    for

    for

    for

    a change

    a while

    ages

    certain/sure

    example

    fear of

    granted

    hire/rent

    instance

    life

    one’s sake

    the sake of

    FROM

    from experience

    from now/then on

    IN

    in + month/season

    in + year/century

    all in all

    in a bad/good mood

    in a mess

    in a queue

    in a row/rows

    in a state

    in a while

    in addition (to)

    in aid of

    in answer to

    in any case

    in captivity

    in case of

    in cash

    in charge of

    in com fort

    in common

    in conclusion

    in connection with

    in contact with

    in court

    in debt

    in detail

    in difficulty

    in exchange for

    in fact

    in favour of

    in flames

    in full

    in general

    in half

    in haste

    in honour of

    in hospital

    in instalments

    in memory

    in need of

    in/out of action

    in/out of business

    in/out of control

    in/out of danger

    in/out of demand

    in /o u to f fashion

    in/out of hand

    in/out of order

    in/out of place

    in/out of print

    in/out of season

    in/out of shape

    in/out of sight

    in/out of stock

    in/out of touch

    in/out of use

    in one’s opinion

    in other words

    in pain

    in pairs

    in particular

    in person

    in practice

    in prison

    in private

    in progress

    in public

    in reality

    in/with reference to

    in relation to

    in reply to

    in return

    in secret

    in shock

    in short

    in sight of

    in summary

    in support of

    in the beginning

    in the centre (of)

    in the city/country

    in the corner of

    in the end

    in the first place

    in the future

    in the long/short run

    in the meantime

    in the middle (of)

    in the mood for

    in the m orning/

    afternoon/evening

    in the mountains

    in the North/South

    in the streets

    in the suburbs

    in this respect

    in touch with

    in town

    in trouble (with)

    in vain

    in writing

    on + road/avenue

    on a diet

    on a farm

    INTO

    into pieces

    (come) into power

    ON

    on (a) + day

    on + date

    m m *

    Appendix 1 & 2

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    a journey/trip/tour

    an excursion

    an island

    account of

    approval

    arrival

    average

    behalf of

    board

    on business

    on credit

    on demand

    on display

    on/off duty

    on fire

    on good/bad terms

    on holiday

    on impulse

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    one’s birthday

    one’s mind

    one’s own

    page

    purpose

    sale

    schedule

    second thought(s)

    strike

    out of the ordinary

    out of practice

    out of the question

    out of reach

    out of work

    to one’s astonishment

    to one’s surprise

    to some extent

    to this day

    under control

    under the impssion

    under pssure

    under repair

    under strain

    under the circumstances

    under the weather

    with respect to

    with a view to

    with the exception of

    w ithout delay

    w ithout fail

    w ithout warning

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    on

    television

    time

    top of

    the back of

    the contrary

    the corner

    the floor

    the left/right

    the market

    on the move

    on the one/other hand

    on the outskirts

    on the phone

    on the point of

    on the radio

    on/off the road

    on the whole

    on weekdays

    OUT

    out of breath

    out of date

    TO

    to one’s amazement

    UNDER

    under age

    under arrest

    WITH

    with regard to

    WITHOUT

    w ithout (a) doubt

    A

    (un)aware of

    Verbs

    Nouns with Prepositions

    accuse sb of

    advise sb on/about sth

    (dis)agree with sb about/on sth

    aim at

    apologise to sb for sth

    apply to sb/sth for sth

    (dis)approve of

    argue with/sb about/for sth

    arrest sb for sth

    arrive at a building

    arrive in a city/tow n/country

    ask for

    associate with

    an answer to

    Adjectives

    accustomed to

    addicted to

    afraid of

    amazed at/by

    amused at/with

    angry at sth

    angry with sb

    annoyed about sth

    annoyed with sb

    anxious about

    ashamed of

    astonished at/by

    B

    Verbs

    beg for

    believe in

    belong to

    benefit from

    beware of

    blame sb for sth

    blame sth on sb

    boast about/of

    borrow from

    Adjectives

    bad at sth

    bored with sth

    bound to

    busy with

    c

    V erbs

    _

    care about sb/sth

    care for sb/sth

    choose from/between

    collaborate with

    combine with

    comment on

    communicate with

    compare w ith/to

    compete with sb for sth

    complain to sb about/of sth

    concentrate on sth

    confess sth to sb

    congratulate sb on sth

    connect to/w ith

    consist of

    contrast with

    contribute to

    cooperate with sb

    cope with

    cover sb in/with sth

    criticise for

    Adjectives

    (in)capable of

    careful of

    careless about/of

    certain about/of

    close to

    concerned about/for

    confident of/about

    conscious of

    crazy about

    Appendix 2

    crowded with

    cruel to

    curious about

    Nouns with Prepositions

    a comparison between

    a complaint about

    a connection between/with

    fed up with

    fond of

    free from /of sth

    friendly w ith/to

    frightened of

    full of

    Nouns

    a failure in

    D

    Verbs

    deal with

    decide on

    dedicate sth to sb

    depart from

    depend on

    describe sth to sb

    differ from

    discourage from

    distinguish between

    pide sth between/among

    pide sth into

    pide by (Maths)

    dream about/of

    Adjectives

    delighted with

    dependent on

    different from /to

    disgusted by/at

    Nouns with Prepositions

    damage to

    a decrease in

    a delay in

    a demand for

    a description of

    a difference between/in/of

    E

    Verbs

    escape from

    exchange sth for sth else

    excuse sb for/from

    experiment on sb/sth with sth

    explain sth to sb

    Adjectives

    engaged to sb

    enthusiastic about

    envious of

    equal to

    excellent at

    excited about

    experienced in

    Nouns with Prepositions

    an example of

    an exception to

    an expert at/in/on sth

    F

    Verbs

    fight with

    fill sth with sth else

    forget about

    Adjectives

    faithful to

    familiar to sb

    familiar with sb/sth

    famous for

    G

    Verbs

    glance at

    Adjectives

    generous to sb

    good at sth

    good for sb/sth

    good to sb

    grateful to sb for sth

    guilty of/about

    H

    Verbs

    head for/towards

    hear about/of sb/sth

    hear from sb

    hope for

    Adjectives

    handy for

    happy about/with sth/sb

    happy for sb

    harmful to

    Nouns with Prepositions

    hope for

    I

    Verbs

    include in

    insist on

    introduce sb to sb/sth

    invest in

    invite to

    involve in

    Adjectives

    identical to

    impssed by/with

    independent of

    inferior to

    interested in

    Nouns with Prepositions

    an increase in

    influence on

    an intention of (doing sth)

    J

    Verbs

    join in

    Adjectives

    jealous of

    K

    Verbs

    know about sth

    Adjectives

    keen on (doing) sth

    known as

    Nouns with Prepositions

    knowledge of

    L

    Verbs

    lean on/against

    lie to sb about sth

    listen to

    Adjectives

    late for

    Nouns

    a lack of

    M

    Verbs

    (be) made of/from

    mean by

    mention to

    mistake sb/sth for sb/sth else

    Adjectives

    mad about/on sb/sth

    mad at/with sb

    married to

    mean to sb

    N

    Adjectives

    nervous about

    Nouns

    a need for

    o

    Verbs

    object to sb/sth

    occur to

    Nouns with Prepositions

    an opinion of/about/in

    an opportunity for

    the opposite of

    P

    Verbs

    pay for

    point at/to

    praise sb for sth

    pray for sb/sth

    pfer to

    ppare for

    pvent from

    protect sb from/against sth

    protest about/against/at

    provide sb with sth

    provide sth for sb

    punish sb for

    put the blame for sth on sb

    Adjectives

    patient with

    pleased with

    polite to

    popular with

    proud of

    Nouns with Prepositions

    protection from

    (take) pride in

    Appendix 2 & 3

    Q

    s

    Verbs

    quarrel with sb about sth

    Verbs

    Nouns with Prepositions

    a question about

    R

    Verbs

    receive sth from sb

    recover from

    reduce sth to

    refer to

    regard sb/sth as

    relate to

    rely on

    remind sb about sth

    remind sb of sb/sth

    replace sth with sth else

    rescue sb from

    result from

    result in

    retire from

    Adjectives

    ready for

    relevant to

    reluctant to

    respected for

    responsible for

    rude to

    Nouns with Prepositions

    a reaction to

    a reason for

    a reduction in

    a relationship between

    a relationship with sb

    a reply to

    a report on

    a reputation for

    the result of

    a rise in

    thank for

    think of/about

    translate from

    save sb from

    sentence sb to

    shout at

    smile at/to

    speak to/w ith sb

    specialise in

    spend money on sth

    stare at

    steal sth from sb

    succeed in

    suffer from

    supply sb with sth

    suspect sb of

    u

    Adjectives

    Adjectives

    safe from

    (dis)satisfied with

    separate from

    serious about

    shocked by/at

    short of

    sim ilarto

    sorry fo rsb

    sorry for/about sth

    suitable for

    superior to

    sure of/about sth

    surprised at/by

    suspicious of

    upset about

    useful for sth

    useful to sb

    Nouns with Prepositions

    a search for

    shame on sb

    (take) shelter from

    a solution to

    a specialist in

    (feel) sympathy for

    Adjectives

    terrible at

    terrified of

    tired of

    typical of

    Nouns with Prepositions

    a talent for

    a taste of

    a taste for

    a threat to

    Nouns with Prepositions

    an understanding of

    V

    Verbs

    vote for/against

    w

    Verbs

    wait for

    warn sb about/against/of

    waste money on sth

    wonder about

    w orry about

    Adjectives

    weak at sth

    worried about

    wrong about

    T

    Verbs

    take care of sb/sth

    talk to/w ith sb about sth

    1 When the root w ord ends in consonant +e, the final -e is dropped when adding a suffix th a t starts w ith a vowel.

    e.g. com bine 4

    com bination

    fame

    4

    famous

    wide

    4 widen

    2 When the roo t w ord ends in one consonant and before it there is one stressed vowel, th e last consonant is

    doubled when adding a su ffix th a t starts w ith a vowel.

    e.g. w it

    w itty

    fat

    fatten

    occur

    4 occurrence

    When the root w ord ends in -y and before it there is a consonant, the -y changes into -i when adding a suffix,

    e.g. carry

    4

    carriage

    happy 4

    happiness

    g lo ry

    -4 glorious

    Appendix 3

    VERB

    NOUN

    accept

    achieve

    act, activate

    add

    admire

    admit

    advertise

    advise

    afford

    (dis)agree

    amaze

    acceptance, acceptability

    achievement

    (in)action, act, activity, acting

    addiction

    addition, additive

    (in)adequacy

    admiration

    admittance, admission

    adventure

    advertisement, advertising

    advice, advisability

    agency

    (dis)agreement, (dis)agreeableness

    amazement

    ambition

    amusement

    anger

    announcement

    annoyance

    anxiety

    apology

    (dis)appea ranee

    application, applicator

    (dis)appointment

    (dis)approval

    argument, argumentation

    arrangement

    arrival

    art, artefact, artistry, artifice

    assistance

    astonishment

    attendance, attention

    attraction, attractiveness

    automation, automatic

    avoidance

    bearing

    beauty

    (mis)behaviour

    belief

    benefit

    blackness

    blood, bleeding

    boredom

    breath, breathing, breather

    breadth

    brightness

    building, build

    burglary

    (mis)calculation, calculator

    care, carelessness

    caution, cautiousness

    celebration

    championship

    character,characteristic, characterisation

    cheerfulness, cheerlessness, cheerness

    childhood

    choice

    city, citizenship

    coast

    collection

    colour, colouring, discoloration

    combination

    comedy, comic

    (dis)comfort

    communication

    competition, competitiveness

    amuse

    anger

    announce

    annoy

    apologise

    (dis)appear

    apply

    (dis)appoint

    (dis)approve

    argue

    arrange

    arrive

    assist

    astonish

    attend

    attract

    automate

    avoid

    bear

    beautify

    (mis)behave

    believe

    benefit

    blacken

    bleed

    bore

    breathe

    broaden

    brighten

    build

    burgle

    (mis)calculate

    care

    celebrate

    characterise

    cheer

    choose

    collect

    (dis)colour

    combine

    comfort

    communicate

    compete

    NOUN (person)

    achiever

    actor, actress, activist

    addict

    admirer

    adventurer

    advertiser

    adviser

    ADJECTIVE (+opposite)

    accepted, (un)acceptable

    achievable

    (in)active, actual

    addicted, addictive

    additional

    (in)adequate

    admirable, admiring

    (in)admissible, admissive

    adventurous

    advertising

    affordable

    agent

    (dis)agreeable

    amazed, amazing

    ambitious

    amusing, amused

    angry

    (un)announced

    annoyed, annoying

    anxious

    apologetic

    apparent

    (in)applicable, applied

    (dis)appointed, (dis)appointing

    (dis)approving

    (un)arguable, argumentative

    arrangeable

    announcer

    applicant, applier

    arranger

    artist

    assistant

    artistic, artful, artless, arty, artificial

    assistant

    astonished, astonishing

    (in)attentive, unattended

    (un)attractive

    automatic, automated

    (un)avoidable

    (un)bearable

    beautiful

    behavioural

    (un)believable

    beneficial

    black

    bloody, bloodless, bleeding

    bored, boring

    breathless

    broad

    bright

    attendant

    bearer

    beautician

    believer

    beneficiary,benefactor

    bore

    builder

    burglar

    _

    calculated, calculating, (in)calculable

    careful, careless, carefree

    cautious, cautionary

    celebrated

    celebrity

    champion

    character

    child

    citizen

    collector

    comedian, comic

    comforter

    communicator

    competitor

    (un)characteristic, characterless

    cheerful, cheerless, cheery

    childish, childless

    choosy

    coastal

    collective, collected

    colourful, colourless, coloured

    combined

    comical, comic

    (un)comfortable, comforting, comfortless

    (un)communicative, communicable

    competitive

    Appendix 3

    VERB

    NOUN

    NOUN (person)

    complain

    complete

    conclude

    confide

    (dis)connect

    consider

    construct

    consume

    contain

    contribute

    com plaint

    com pletion

    conclusion

    confidence, confidentiality

    (dis)connection

    consideration

    (de)construction

    consumption

    containm ent, container

    contribution

    (in)convenience

    convention

    cooker, cookery, cooking

    co-operation

    correction, correctness

    correspondence

    creation, creativity, creativeness

    crime, crim inality

    criticism , critique

    cure, curability

    curiosity

    darkness

    day, daily

    deafness

    decision, decisiveness

    decoration

    defence

    delight, delightfulness

    dem onstration

    denial

    departure

    depth

    (in)dependence, dependency

    description, descriptiveness

    design, designing

    desire, desirability

    destruction, destructiveness

    determ ination

    developm ent

    device

    death

    difference

    difficulty

    diplom acy

    direction, directive, directory, directness

    disaster

    discouragement

    discovery

    discussion

    distance

    distribution

    disturbance

    dominance, dom ination

    doubt, doubtfulness, doubtlessness

    com plainant

    constructor

    consumer

    (in)complete

    (in)conclusive

    confident, confidential, confiding

    (dis)connected, connective

    considerable, considerate, considered

    constructive

    consuming

    convene

    cook

    co-operate

    correct

    correspond

    create

    criticise

    cure

    darken

    deafen

    decide

    decorate

    defend

    delight

    demonstrate

    deny

    depart

    deepen

    depend

    describe

    design

    desire

    destroy

    determine

    develop

    devise

    die, deaden

    differ, differentiate

    direct

    discourage

    discover

    discuss

    distance

    distribute

    disturb

    dominate

    doubt

    emphasise

    employ

    enable

    drama, dramatisation

    drive, driving

    economics, economy

    education

    effect, (in)effectiveness

    (in)efficiency

    election, electorate

    embarrassment

    emotion, emotionalism

    emphasis

    (un)em ploym ent

    (in)ability, disability

    encourage

    courage, encouragement, courageousness

    dramatise

    drive

    economise

    educate

    effect

    elect

    embarrass

    confidant

    connection

    ADJECTIVE (+opposite)

    contributor

    contributory

    (in)convenient

    convener

    (un)conventional

    cook

    (un)cooked

    co-operator

    (un)co-operative

    (in)correct, corrective,

    correspondent

    correspondent, corresponding

    creator, creature

    creative

    criminal

    criminal

    critic

    (un)critical

    curer

    (in)curable, cureless

    curious

    dark

    daily

    deaf, deafening, deafened

    (in)decisive, (un)decided

    decorator

    decorative

    defendant, defender defensive, (in)defensible

    delightful, delighted

    dem onstrator

    demonstrative

    (un)deniable

    departed

    deep

    (in)dependent, dependable

    dependant

    descriptive

    designer

    designing

    (un)desirable, desired

    destroyer

    destructive, indestructible

    determ iner

    determined

    developer

    (un)developed, developing

    dead, deathly, deadly, undying

    different

    difficult

    diplom atic

    direct, directive, directional

    disastrous

    discouraging

    discoverer

    diplom at

    director

    discursive

    distant

    d istributor

    distributive, distributional

    disturbing, disturbed

    dom inant

    doubtful, (un)doubtable, undoubted

    doubter

    dram atist

    dramatic

    driver

    driving

    economist

    economic, economical

    educational, educated, educative

    educator

    (in)effective

    (in)efficient

    elected, elective, electoral, electable

    elector

    embarrassing, embarrassed

    emotional

    em phatic

    employer, employee (un)employed

    (un)able, disabled

    courageous, encouraging

    VERB

    NOUN

    end

    endanger

    energise

    engineer

    enjoy

    entertain

    enthuse

    equip

    evidence

    examine

    exceed

    excel

    excite

    exhaust

    exhibit

    exist

    expand

    end, ending

    danger

    energy

    engine, engineering

    enjoyment

    entertainment

    enthusiasm

    equipment

    essence, essentials

    evidence

    examination

    excess

    excellence

    excitement, excitability

    exhaustion

    exhibition, exhibit

    existence

    expansion, expansibility, expansiveness,

    expanse

    expectation, expectancy

    expense(s), expensiveness

    experiment, experimentation

    explanation

    explosion, explosiveness

    exposure

    expssion, expssionism, expssiveness

    expect

    expend

    experiment

    explain

    explode

    expose

    expss

    extend

    fail

    familiarise

    fascinate –

    favour

    fear

    fertilise

    fight

    finance

    fool

    extension, extensibility, extent

    failure, failing

    faith

    fairness, fair

    familiarity, familiarisation

    fame, infamy

    fascination

    fashion

    fate, fatality

    favour, favourite

    fear, fearfulness, fearlessness

    fertilisation, fertiliser

    fight, fighting

    finance

    fluency

    foolishness

    forge

    forget

    formalise

    forgery

    forgetfulness

    formality, formalisation

    (mis)fortune

    foundation

    freedom

    freezer, freeze, freezing

    freshness

    friendship, friendliness

    fright

    fun

    generalisation, generality

    generosity, generousness

    government

    grace, graciousness

    growth

    guarantee

    guide, guidance

    guilt, guiltiness

    happiness

    hardness, hardship

    harm

    hatred, hatefulness

    health, (un)healthiness

    found

    free

    freeze

    freshen

    _

    frighten

    generalise

    govern

    grace

    grow

    guarantee

    guide

    harden

    harm

    hate

    NOUN (person)

    ADJECTIVE (+opposite)

    endless

    dangerous, endangered

    energetic

    engineer

    entertainer

    enthusiast

    enjoyable

    entertaining

    (un)enthusiastic

    equipped

    (in)essential

    evident

    examiner, examinee

    excessive, exceeding

    excellent

    exciting, excited, excitable

    exhausting, exhausted, (in)exhaustible

    existent, existential

    expansive, expandable, expandible

    exhibitor

    experimenter

    expssionist

    familiar

    fatalist

    fighter

    financier

    fool

    foreigner

    forger

    formalist

    founder

    fresher

    friend

    general

    governor, governess

    grown-up

    guarantor

    guide

    _

    expectant

    (in)expensive, expendable

    experimental

    explanatory, (in)explicable

    explosive

    exposed

    expssive, expssional,

    expssionless, expssionistic

    extensive, extensible, extended

    unfailing

    (un)faithful, faithless

    (un)fair

    (un)familiar

    (in)famous, famed

    fascinating

    (un)fashionable

    fatal, fateful, fated

    (un)favourable, favourite, favoured

    fearful, fearless, fearsome

    (in)fertile

    fighting

    financial

    fluent

    foolish

    foreign

    forged

    forgetful, (un)forgettable

    (in)formal, formalistic

    (un)fortunate

    free

    frozen, freezing

    fresh

    (un)friendly, friendless

    frightened, frightening, frightful

    funny

    general, generalised

    (un)generous

    governing, (un)governable

    graceful, graceless, gracious

    growing, grown

    guiding, guided

    guilty, guiltless

    happy

    hard, hardened, hardy

    harmful, harmless

    hateful

    (un)healthy

    Appendix 3

    NOUN

    heat, heater, heating

    height

    help, helping, helplessness

    heroism

    hesitate

    hesitation

    history

    home

    (dis)honesty

    hope

    hope

    horizon

    host, hospitalise hospital, hospitality

    humanise

    (in)humanity, humanism

    VERB

    heat

    heighten

    help

    humour

    hunger

    hunt

    ice

    idealise

    ignore

    immigrate

    imagine

    imitate

    impss

    imprison

    improve

    include

    inpidualise

    influence

    inform

    infuriate

    inhabit

    injure

    inspect

    instruct

    insure

    intend

    intensify

    interest

    interfere

    interpt

    interview

    introduce

    invent

    investigate

    invite

    irritate

    (mis)judge

    know

    laugh

    lead

    learn

    lengthen

    live

    lighten

    light

    humour, humorlessness

    hunger

    hunting, hunt

    hygiene

    ice, icing

    idea, idealism, idealisation

    ignorance

    illness

    immigration

    imagination, image

    imitation

    importance

    impssion, impssiveness

    prison, imprisonment

    improvement

    inclusion, inclusiveness

    inpidualism, inpiduality

    influence

    information

    fury

    injury

    inspection

    instruction

    insurance, insurability

    intelligence, intelligibility

    intention

    intensity

    interest

    interference

    interptation

    interview

    introduction

    invention, inventiveness, inventory

    investigation

    invitation

    irritation, irritant

    irony

    jealousy

    jewel, jewellery

    journal, journalism

    (misjudgement

    kingdom

    knowledge

    language, linguistics

    lateness

    laughter

    law

    leadership, leader

    learning

    (il)legibility

    length

    life, living, livelihood, liveliness

    light, lightness

    lighter, lighting, lightning

    NOUN (person)

    helper

    hero, heroine

    historian

    host, hostess

    humanist, human

    humorist

    hunter

    hygienist

    idealist

    immigrant

    ADJECTIVE (+opposite)

    heated, hot

    high

    ______ _

    (un)helpful, helpless

    heroic

    hesitant

    historic, historical

    homeless, homely

    (dis)honest

    hopeful, hopeless

    horizontal

    hospitable

    (in)human, (in)humane,

    humanitarian, humanistic

    humorous, humourless

    hungry

    ___________

    (un)hygienic

    icy, iced

    ideal, idealistic

    ignorant

    ill

    imaginary, (un)imaginable, (un)imaginative

    imitative, imitational

    (un)important

    impssionist

    (un)impssive, impssionable

    prisoner

    imprisoned

    improving, improved

    inclusive, included

    inpidual, inpidualist inpidual, inpidualistic

    influential

    informer, informant

    informative, (un)informed

    furious, infuriated, infuriating

    inhabitant

    (un)inhabitable, (un)inhabited

    injured

    inspector

    instructor

    instructive, instructional

    insurer

    insured, insurable

    (un)intelligent, (un)intelligible

    (un)intentional, intended

    intensive, intense

    (un)interesting, (dis/un)interested

    interfering

    interpter

    interptive

    interviewer, interviewee —

    introductory

    inventor

    inventive

    investigator

    investigative

    inviting, (un)invited

    irritated, irritating, irritable

    ironic, ironical

    jealous

    jeweller

    jewelled

    journalist

    journalistic

    judge

    judicious, judgemental

    king

    knowledgeable,(un)knowing,(un)known

    linguist

    linguistic

    late

    laughable

    lawyer

    (un)lawful, lawless, (il)legal

    leader

    leading

    learner

    (un)learned

    (il)legible

    long, lengthy

    lively, alive, living, live

    light

    lit

    imitator

    A p p e n d ix 3

    VERB

    (dis)like

    (un)lock

    loosen

    lose

    love

    luxuriate

    mechanise

    maintain

    major

    manage

    manufacture

    marry

    mature

    measure

    medicate

    memorise

    miss

    mix

    modernise

    mother

    mount

    move

    murder

    mystify

    nationalise

    naturalise

    necessitate

    normalise

    notice

    numerate

    (dis)obey

    object

    oblige

    observe

    occupy

    offend

    operate

    oppose

    optimise

    (dis)organise

    originate

    own

    paint

    participate

    pay . . .

    NOUN

    likelihood

    liking, (dis)like

    (il)literacy, literature

    lock, locker, locket

    logic, logistics

    looseness

    loss

    love, loveliness

    luck

    luxury, luxuriousness

    machine, mechanics, mechanism,

    mechanisation, machinery

    maintenance

    majority

    management, manageability

    manufacturing

    marriage

    mathematics

    (im)maturity, maturation

    measurement, measure

    medicine, medication, medicament

    membership

    memory, memorial, memorisation

    minority

    misery, miserableness

    miss

    mixer, mixture

    modernity, modernism, modernisation

    month

    motherhood

    motor

    mountain, mountaineering

    movement

    murder

    music, musical

    mystery

    nation, nationalisation, nationality

    nature, naturalisation, naturalness

    necessity, necessaries

    neighbourhood, neighbourliness

    nerve, nervousness

    noise

    norm, normality, normalisation

    notice

    number, numeration, numerator

    nutrition, nutrient, nutriment

    (dis)obedience

    object, objection, objective, objectivity

    obligation

    observation, observatory

    occupation

    offence, offensiveness

    operation

    opportunity, opportunism

    opposition

    optimism

    (dis)organisation, organiser

    origin, originality, origination

    ownership

    pain

    painting, paint

    parenthood, parentage

    participation

    partnership

    (im)patience

    payment

    peace, peacefulness

    NOUN (person)

    ADJECTIVE (+opposite)

    mechanic

    (un)likely

    likeable

    (il)literate, literal, literary

    (un)locked

    (il)logical

    loose

    lost

    lovable, (un)lovely, loving, unloved

    (un)lucky, luckless

    luxurious, luxuriant

    mechanical, mechanistic

    major

    manager(-ess)

    manufacturer

    major

    managing, manageable

    manufacturing

    married

    mathematical

    (im)mature

    (im)measurable

    medical, medicinal, medicated

    logician

    loser

    lover

    mathematician

    medic

    member

    minor

    n

    modernist

    mother

    motorist

    mountaineer

    murderer

    musician

    nationalist

    naturalist

    neighbour

    objector

    observer

    occupant, occupier

    offender

    operator

    opportunist

    optimist

    organiser

    originator

    owner

    painter

    parent

    participant

    partner

    payer, payee

    memorable, memorial

    minor

    miserable

    missing

    mixed

    modern, modernistic

    monthly

    motherly, motherless

    motor

    mountainous

    (im)movable, moving

    murderous

    musical

    mysterious, mystic, mystical

    national, nationalistic

    (un)natural, naturalistic

    (un)necessary

    neighbouring, neighbourly

    nervous

    noisy, noiseless

    (ab)normal

    noticeable, unnoticed

    numberless, numerous, numerical,

    numeral, (in)numerate, innumerable

    nutritious, nutritional, nutritive

    (dis)obedient

    objective, objectionable

    obliging, obligatory, obligated, obliged

    observant

    occupational, (un)occupied

    (in)offensive

    operational, (in)operative, (in)operable

    (in)opportune, opportunistic

    opposite, opposable, opposing

    optimistic

    organisational, (dis/un)organised

    original

    painful, painless

    painted

    parental

    (im)patient

    paying, payable

    peaceful

    Appendix 3

    VERB

    NOUN

    NOUN (person)

    ADJECTIVE (+opposite)

    perfect

    perform

    permit

    persist

    impersonate,

    personalise, personify

    persuade

    photograph

    perfectionism, (im)perfection

    performance

    permission, permissiveness

    persistence

    person, personality, personnel,

    personification, impersonation

    persuasion, persuasiveness

    pessimism

    photograph, photography

    physics

    play

    (dis)pleasure

    poetry, poem

    poison

    politics, policy

    pollution, pollutant

    popularity

    population

    possession

    (im)possibility

    power, powerfulness

    practice, practising, practicality

    pdiction, pdictability

    pference, pferment

    pparation

    psentation

    pvention

    price

    pride

    privacy, privatisation

    procedure, proceeds

    product, production, produce,

    productivity

    profession, professionalism,

    professorship

    promotion

    protection

    (dis)proof

    psyche, psychology

    publishing, publication

    punishment

    pursuit

    (dis)qualification

    quiet, quietness

    rain

    rapidity

    reaction, reactor

    reality, realisation, realism

    reason, reasoning

    rebellion

    reception, receiver, receptiveness

    recognition

    reduction

    reference

    reflection, reflector, reflex

    refreshment

    regulation

    rejection, reject

    relation, relationship

    relaxation

    (un)reliability, reliance

    relief

    religion, religiousness

    remark

    rental

    repetition

    replacement

    report, reportage

    perfectionist

    performer

    (im)perfect, perfectible

    performing

    (im)permissible, permissive

    persistent

    (im)personal, personable, personified

    play

    (dis)please

    poison

    politicise

    pollute

    popularise

    populate

    possess

    power, empower

    practise

    pdict

    pfer

    ppare

    psent

    pvent

    price

    pride

    privatise

    proceed

    produce

    profess

    promote

    protect

    (dis)prove

    publish

    punish

    pursue

    (dis)qualify

    quieten

    rain

    react

    realise

    reason

    rebel

    receive

    recognise

    reduce

    refer

    reflect

    refresh

    regulate

    reject

    relate

    relax

    rely

    relieve

    remark

    rent

    repeat

    replace

    report

    pessimist

    photographer

    physicist, physician

    player

    poet

    politician

    people

    possessor

    practitioner

    psenter

    private

    producer

    professor,

    professional

    promoter

    protector

    psychologist

    publisher

    punisher

    pursuer

    persuasive

    pessimistic

    photographic

    physical

    playful, playable

    (dis)pleased, (un)pleasant, pleasurable

    poetic, poetical

    poisonous

    (im)politic, political

    polluted, polluting

    (un)popular

    populated

    possessive, possessed

    (im)possible

    powerful, powerless, powered

    (im)practical, (im)practicable, practised

    (un)pdictable, pdictive

    pferable, pferential

    (un)ppared, pparatory

    psentable, psentational

    pventive, pventable

    pcious, priceless, pricey

    proud

    private

    procedural

    (un)productive

    professional, professorial

    promotional

    protective

    provable, proven

    psychological

    punishment, punishable

    (dis/un)qualified

    quiet

    rainy

    rapid

    reactionary, reactive

    realist

    (un)real, (un)realistic

    (un)reasonable, reasoned

    rebel

    rebellious

    receptionist, recipient receptive

    (un)recognisable

    reducible, reductive

    referee

    referential, referable

    reflective, reflexive

    refreshing

    regulator

    regulatory

    reject

    rejected

    relative

    related, relative, (ir)relevant

    relaxing, relaxed

    (un)reliable, reliant

    relieved

    religious

    (un)remarkable

    .

    replacement

    reporter

    repetitive, repeated, repeatable, repetitious

    (ir)replaceable

    reported

    Appendix 3

    VERB

    NOUN

    repsent

    reproduce

    require

    research

    reside

    resist

    respect

    respond

    retire

    revise

    risk

    rob

    sadden

    save, safeguard

    (dis)satisfy

    repsentation

    reproduction

    requirement

    research

    residence, residency

    resistance, resistor

    respect, respectability

    response, responsibility

    retirement

    revision

    risk

    robbery

    sadness

    safety, safe, safeguard, saving(s)

    (dis)satisfaction

    scene, scenery

    scholarship

    science

    secret, secrecy

    security

    sight

    sense, sensitivity, sensibility,

    serving, service

    settlement

    shame

    shop, shopping

    shortness, shortage

    sickness, sickliness

    signature

    significance

    (dis)similarity

    song, singing

    skill

    sleep

    society, socialism, socialisation

    secure

    see

    sense

    serve

    settle

    shame

    shop

    shorten

    sicken

    sign …………………

    signify

    sing

    sleep

    socialise

    solve

    speak

    specialise

    spectate

    spend

    sponsor

    stabilise

    starve

    sterilise

    store

    straighten

    strengthen

    succeed

    suffice

    suggest

    suit

    sum, summarise

    survive

    suspect

    symbolise

    sympathise

    talk

    taste

    tend

    terrorise, terrify

    thank

    thicken

    solitude, solitariness

    solution, solubility, solvent

    speech, speaking

    speciality, specialty, specialisation

    spectacle, spectacles

    spending

    sponsorship

    (in)stability, stabilisation, stabiliser

    starvation

    sterilisation, sterility

    store(s), storage

    straightness

    strangeness

    strength

    success, succession

    (in)sufficiency

    suggestion

    suit, suitability

    sum, summary

    sun

    survival

    suspicion

    symbol, symbolism

    sympathy

    talk

    taste

    technique, technicality

    technology

    tendency

    terror

    thanks, thanklessness

    thickness

    NOUN (person)

    ADJECTIVE (+opposite)

    repsentative

    (un)repsentative, repsentational

    reproductive

    required

    researcher

    resident

    respecter

    revisionist

    robber

    saver, saviour

    scholar

    scientist

    sensualist

    server, servant

    settler

    shopper

    singer

    sleeper

    socialite, socialist,

    sociologist

    speaker

    specialist

    spectator

    spender

    sponsor

    residential

    resistant, resisting, (ir)resistible

    respectable, respectful, respective

    (ir)responsible, responsive

    retiring, retired

    revised, revisory

    risky

    sad

    (un)safe, savable

    (dis)satisfied, (un)satisfactory, satisfying

    scenic

    scholastic

    scientific

    secret, secretive

    (in)secure

    sighted, sightless

    (in)sensible, senseless, (in)sensitive

    unsettling, (un)settled

    shameful, shameless, ashamed

    shopping

    short

    sick, sickly, sickening

    signed

    (in)significant

    (dis)similar

    singing

    (un)skilful, (un)skilled

    sleepy, sleepless

    (un)social, (un)sociable

    solitary

    (in)soluble, (in)solvent

    (un)spoken, speechless, unspeakable

    special, specialised

    spectacular

    sponsored

    (un)stable

    starved, starving

    sterile

    straight

    strange

    strong

    (un)successful, successive, succeeding

    (in)sufficient

    suggested, suggestive

    (un)suitable

    summary

    sunny

    surviving

    suspicious

    symbolic, symbolical

    (un)sympathetic

    talkative

    tasteful, tasty, tasteless

    technical

    technological

    stranger

    successor

    survivor

    suspect

    sympathiser

    talker

    taster

    technician

    technologist

    terroriser

    terrifying, terrified, terrific

    thankful, thankless

    thick, thickening

    Appendix 3

    VERB

    NOUN

    NOUN (person)

    thirst

    think

    thirst

    thought, thinking

    thinker

    threaten

    thrill

    tire

    tolerate

    toughen

    threat

    thrill, thriller

    tiredness

    (in)tolerance, toleration

    toughness

    tradition, traditionalism

    train

    training

    transform

    transformation, transformer

    (mis)treat

    (mis)treatment, treatise, treaty

    (dis)trust

    (dis)trust, trustworthiness

    truth, truthfulness

    typing

    type

    (mis)understand (mis)understanding

    unite

    unity, union, unit

    universe, universality

    use

    usage, usability

    value

    value, valuation, valuables

    vary

    variety, variation, variant, variance, variable

    victimise

    victim, victimisation

    violate

    violence, violation

    vision, visibility

    visit

    visit

    warm

    warmth, warmness

    warn

    warning

    weaken

    weakness

    wealth

    week

    weigh

    weight

    widen

    width

    will

    will, (un)willingness

    wise

    wisdom

    wonder

    wonder

    work

    work, works

    worth, worthlessness, worthiness

    year

    youth

    traditionalist

    trainer, trainee

    trustee

    typist

    user

    valuer

    victim

    violator

    visionary

    visitor

    ADJECTIVE (+opposite)

    thirsty

    thoughtful, thoughtless, thinking,

    unthinkable

    threatening, threatened

    thrilling, thrilled

    tired, tiring, tireless, tiresome

    (in)tolerant, (in)tolerable

    tough

    traditional

    trained, trainable

    transforming

    (un)treatable

    (dis)trustful, trustworthy

    (un)true, (un)truthful

    typed

    understandable, understanding

    united

    universal

    useful, useless, (un)usable, (mis)used

    (in)valuable, valueless, valued

    various, variable, varied

    violent

    visionary, (in)visible

    visiting

    warm

    weakling

    weak

    wealthy

    weekly

    weighty, weightless

    wide

    (un)willing, wilful

    wise

    wonderful

    working, workable

    worthy, worthless, worthwhile

    yearly

    young

    worker

    youngster

    Teacher’s Notes

    Teacher’s Wotes

    Use of English B2 for the FCE E xam in atio n a n d other exam s is intended fo r B2 level students. A part from th o ro u g h ly

    pparing students fo r all exams, this book also system atically teaches English gram m ar and vocabulary. The texts included

    are based on a va rie ty of interesting and m otiva ting topics w hich are com m only found in exam inations.

    The m aterial included in the book is g radually psented and practised in 12 units (Units 1-4,6-9 and 11-14) and consolidated

    and revised in units 5,10 and 15. All 15 units include exercises w hich are in accordance w ith the FCE Exam ination and the

    ECCE form at, w hile the Final FCE and Final ECCE Tests provide students w ith fu rth e r practice and fam iliarise them fu lly w ith

    the C am bridge FCE Use of English Paper and the Gram m ar and Vocabulary sections of the ECCE.

    Each o f the units 1-4, 6-9 and 11-14 has been pid ed in to tw o sections. The firs t section m ainly focuses on gram m ar.

    Collocations, expssions, ppositional phrases, phrasal verbs and w ords w ith ppositions are psented and practised

    th ro ug h exercises. These exercises enable students to id e n tify the syntactic and sem antic features o f the item s introduced

    and see how they are used in m eaningful contexts. Appendices I and II alphabetically psent all ppositional phrases and

    w ords w ith ppositions w hich are introduced in the book.

    In section 1 some gram m atical structures are also revised by means of a num ber of exercises. Although these exercises do not

    follow the exact exam ination form at, they practise sentence transform ation and te xt com pletion, thus pparing the ground

    fo r the corresponding parts of the FCE Use of English Paper and the ECCE Gram m ar section. Some basic rules are given in

    the form of ‘Points to Remember’ accom panied by illu strative examples w hich h ig h lig h t the co rrect gram m atical structures

    as well as some mistakes co m m only made by students. Finally, the m ost com m on sentence transform ations related to the

    gram m atical structures explained are psented. For fu rth e r explanations, students can refer to the corresponding part of

    the special Gram m ar Revision Section at the end of the book.

    The firs t section o f each u nit ends w ith a sub-section called exam ination practice. This includes tw o exercises w hich have

    a sim ilar fo rm a t to FCE Use o f English Gram m ar and Vocabulary and ECCE tasks and test a selection of the items th a t have

    already been introduced in the unit.

    The second section o f each o f the units 1-4,6-9 and 11-14 m ainly focuses on vocabulary. In this section, seven to nine groups

    of w ords th a t are easily confused are psented and practised through a num ber of m ultiple m atching/sentence com pletion

    exercises. D efinitions w hich h ig h lig h t the differences between the words in each group are given in the special Vocabulary

    Section at the end of the book.

    The second section of each u nit ends w ith a sub-section called exam ination practice. This includes tw o exercises w hich test

    a selection of the item s th a t have already been introduced in the unit.

    Section 2 also includes a sub-section focusing on derivatives. In each unit, a num ber o f com m on pfixes and/or suffixes

    added to verb, noun or adjective roots is discussed and b rief rules accom panied by illu stra tive tables and exam ples are

    given. This is follow ed by an exercise practising the patterns ta ught. A ppendix III psents all derivatives dealt w ith in the

    book + m ore in alphabetical order.

    The syllabus of the book includes all the m aterial that is com m only required fo r Paper 3 of the FCE Examination as well as fo r

    ECCE and other exams and should be mastered by students at this level. Despite its com phensiveness, this book cannot

    be regarded as exhaustive, as it is possible th a t a few items not included in it may be set in fu tu re exam inations.

    Use of English B2 fo r the FCE Exam ination and other exam s has been s p e c ific a lly designed to be co m p le te d in

    a pp ro xim a tely fo rty -fiv e teaching hours, provided th a t some o f its parts are assigned as hom ew ork. It is recom m ended

    that m ost of the exam ination practice sub-sections and consolidation units should be assigned as hom ew ork and discussed

    in class.

    The G ram m ar Review, V ocabulary Notes and Appendices at the end o f the book are m eant to be used by students fo r

    reference, although some parts may have to be explained in class by the teacher. The section including the exam tips should

    be explained in class, though, before the firs t Consolidation Unit is done. A fter com pleting each Consolidation Unit, teachers

    should do the corresponding photocopiable Revision Test in class allow ing students about one hour and fifte e n m inutes

    to com plete it.

    SECTION 1(FCE format)

    For questions 1-12, read the text below and decide which answer A, B, C or D best fits each space. There is an

    example at the beginning (0).

    -z& r Example: 0

    A for

    ® to

    c of

    D on

    ALTERNATIVE FAST FOOD

    to

    the problem of w hat to

    food. W ithout a doubt, this has not been easy, (3)

    in m ind th at they have had to com pete

    w ith num erous fast food restaurants which are very popular w ith young people.

    w ith

    th eir own home-made pizzas. When they compared th e ir pizzas w ith ready-made ones, the differences were

    Throughout the lessons, the children learn about q ua lity and become skilful in the differen t techniques

    they even learn how to look after them selves by eating n u tritio u s food.

    Finally, n u tritio n ists would like to get children cooking at home, too. It may be messy, but, it’s also a(n)

    1

    A regarded

    B observed

    C noticed

    D recognised

    2

    A custom

    B habit

    C routine

    D trend

    3

    A staying

    B getting

    C keeping

    D holding

    4

    A come

    B caught

    C gone

    D got

    5

    A learning

    B teaching

    C studying

    D facing

    6

    A o ff

    B back

    C out of

    D up w ith

    7

    A neither

    B both

    C all

    D either

    8

    A enthusiastic

    B astonished

    C impssed

    D keen

    9

    A much

    B as

    C even

    D more

    10

    A respected

    B included

    C involved

    D addicted

    11

    A in no tim e

    B at tim es

    C on tim e

    D is .ime

    12

    A am bition

    B position

    C o p p o rtu n ity

    D reduction

    Revision test I

    For questions 13*24, read the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only one word in

    each space. There is an example at the beginning CO).

    HUMMlftCMON

    Aborigines and the ancient Egyptians practised the custom of

    m um m ifyin g th e ir dead. M um m ification dates as far back

    m ost thoroughly.

    There were various ways of m um m ifying a body. The best method was also

    days.

    in jars. Spices and resin were then placed in the body. Such a

    rich could afford it. A cheaper way was to soak the

    the body was wrapped up, it was placed in a coffin which was In the shape

    of a mummy, and then in a second coffin made of wood, stone or

    even gold. As the process was considered holy, the knowledge

    M

    Revision test I

    For questions 25-34, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word

    that fits in the space in the same line. There is an example at the beginning (O).

    HOLIDAY NEEDS

    Summer is in the air and it’s only ( 0 ) __

    n a tu ra l

    for people to feel good and

    NATURE

    ENTHUSIASM

    about going on holiday. Everyone needs to relax and get away, so they

    try to use their (26)

    leave in the best possible way.

    YEAR

    Some people find it (27)

    ___ to stay at a holiday resort and have everything done

    LOGIC

    for them. Of course, if you are (28)

    _____________ , money is not an issue whatsoever. A more

    WEALTH

    (29)

    to be much more (30)

    alternative would be a camping holiday, which many people consider

    ECONOMICS

    _________________ and challenging. Exploring nature as well as relaxing

    ADVENTURE

    (31 )

    in the mountains is a great way to recharge your batteries,

    PEACE

    (32 )

    to say, getting away and escaping from your routine reduces stress. Any

    NEED

    (33 )

    w ill tell you of the benefits a holiday offers. So, even if you have to

    PSYCHOLOGY

    (34 )

    in order to afford a holiday, do it. In the end, it’s w orth it!

    ECONOMY

    For questions 35-42, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using

    the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word

    given. There is an example at the beginning (0).

    Example: 0

    When I was younger, I played tennis every Sunday.

    used

    _tennis every Sunday.

    35 Both houses are fa irly new, b ut John’s is m ore m odern than ours,

    the

    the two.

    36 The com pany has o nly tw o em ployees and they both w ork part-tim e,

    neither

    works

    full-tim e.

    37 John had never fe lt so proud of his work.

    tim e

    .so proud o f his work.

    38 She inherited her fa th e r’s fo rtu n e six m onths ago.

    came

    .h e r father’s fortune.

    39 Jack hadn’t had Chinese food fo r weeks and yesterday he ordered some,

    w hich

    for

    weeks.

    4 0 I w ill investigate the m atter and then I w ill give you my opinion.

    in to

    the matter.

    41 How long have you been exercising at home?

    at home?

    42 She always takes her cred it card w ith her w herever she goes,

    never

    her cred it card.

    Revision test I

    SECTION 2 (ECCE format)

    Grammar

    Choose the correct answer.

    a. comes

    b. is coming

    a. haven’t

    b. haven’t had

    c. will have come

    d. has been coming

    c. don’t have

    d. hadn’t

    ___we spent our vacation

    last year.

    a. that

    b. which

    c. where

    d. whom

    a.anybody

    b. nobody

    c. somebody

    d. everybody

    a. a lot

    b. enough

    c. far

    d. very

    very relaxing to be so close to nature.

    a. at

    b . in

    c. up

    d. by

    people in the department store but luckily no one was

    floor.

    injured.

    a. that

    b. where

    c. which

    d. whose

    a. out

    b. over

    c. through

    d. off

    10. After he lost his job, he has been living on very

    money, but it doesn’t seem to bother

    5. The baby had a temperature yesterday and today it

    him.

    a. badly

    c. badlier

    b. worse

    a. few

    b. a few

    d. worst

    c. a little

    d. little

    Vocabulary

    Choose the correct answer.

    1. Who’s the leading actor in this movie? I can’t

    6. “ It’s cold in here.”

    his name.

    a. remind

    b. recognise

    c. recall

    d. memorise

    . you a sweater to put on?”

    a. get

    b. deliver

    c. carry

    d. approach

    with the fact that she wouldn’t go to work again after

    a. employers

    b. colleagues

    she retired.

    c. attendants

    d. employees

    a. come

    b. get

    c. reach

    d. go

    in at least two languages.

    a. grow

    b. become

    c. arise

    d. involve

    4. I didn’t like my boss in the beginning, but I soon got

    to his strange ways.

    a. accustomed

    b. familiar

    c. aware

    d. addicted

    that when she grows up, she’ll have at least four.

    a. fond

    b. interested

    c. eager

    d. keen

    started pouring with rain.

    a. clap

    b. bunch

    c. flash

    d. flock

    9. Steve went through a red traffic light, and he was lucky

    a. getaw ay

    b. ca rry o u t

    c. come round

    d. go ahead

    between green and red.

    a. associate

    b. depart

    c. differ

    d. distinguish

    1

    For questions 1-12, read the text below and decide which answer A, B, C or D best fits each space. There is an

    example at the beginning (0).

    Example: 0

    A believe

    B regard

    C think

    (D )consider

    KILLER PLANTS

    consider

    People (0)

    all plants to be harmless. But th a t is not the case w ith carnivorous plants,

    otherw ise known as kille r plants.

    Carnivorous plants are every insect’s nightm are, as the insect cannot (1)

    the colour

    o f the plant and the sweet liquid on the inside of its leaves. However, once it has landed, sensitive hairs

    on the leaves signal the plant to pum p a small am ount o f w ater around the leaves, w hich makes them p artially

    little chance of the insect (5)

    Carnivorous plants th rive in areas where the soil is poor. (6)

    the

    of this category is the Venus flytrap, native to North and South Carolina, USA. It produces small w hite flowers and its

    fly tra p w ill eat around five thousand flies in its lifetim e. If necessary, it w ill even consume small spiders.

    Carnivorous plants there have captured animals the size of birds or small rodents.

    a mistake and tease a

    fly tra p w ith your finger. You m ight not get it back!

    m p

    S

    j k

    1

    A refuse

    B deny

    C resist

    D reject

    2

    A to close

    B to be closed

    C close

    D closing

    3

    A realised

    B recognised

    c known

    D agreed

    4

    A On second thoughts

    B In vain

    c On the contrary

    D Under these circum stances

    5

    A to escape

    B escape

    c escaping

    D to escaping

    6

    A As for

    B Because of

    c As well as

    D Regardless of

    7

    A short

    B shortage

    c inadequate

    D lack

    8

    A of

    B w ith

    c from

    D in

    9

    A guessed

    B estim ated

    c pdicted

    D assumed

    10

    A announced

    B psented

    c com m ented

    D reported

    11

    A instruction

    B tip

    c direction

    12

    A perform

    B make

    c do

    D try

    Revision test II

    For questions 13-24, read the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only one word in

    each space. There is an example at the beginning (0).

    TIMES ARE CH AN G IN G

    w hich have dram atically affected people’s lives. Take, for instance, life

    expectancy. Until the nineteenth century, people lived till the age of

    (14 )

    in unhealthy living conditions,

    Sack of good quality food and hard work, all co ntributed

    (15 )

    low life expectancy.

    (16 )

    big change concerns people’s homes

    and way of life. Families once had to settle fo r the bare essentials. Large

    extended fam ilies lived toge th er in small houses. Nowadays, our houses

    are bigger and better; extended fam ilies have been replaced by nuclear

    families; and both parents w ork long hours.

    has replaced earlier means of transport, and public tran spo rt has also

    brought closer together.

    cost. We live in a m odern world and our life has been made easier,

    (21 )

    stress and anxiety are m ajor health

    concerns. Family ties are not as strong as they used to be, as parents

    w ork hard to afford all the luxuries, which nowadays are considered to

    (22 )

    necessities. Last but not

    (23 )

    , cars and other means of tran spo rt cause

    congestion and pollution.

    before the situation gets out of hand.

    M

    Revision test II

    For questions 25-34, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word

    that fits in the space in the same line. There is an example at the beginning (0).

    A HOLIDAY OFFER

    It’s summ er and everybody is looking forward to (0)

    £ e ttin B

    GET

    _away to a holiday place

    __________ .But are you one of those people

    ACTIVE

    ______ every tim e you think about organising

    HIGH

    w ith w hat is available, don’t feel frustrated and

    SATISFY

    (28 )

    . We are here to find the right place for you and make your life

    HELP

    (29 )

    and more relaxed. Whether you dream of a holiday in the m ountains to

    EASY

    enjoy the (30)

    QUIET

    of nature, or you like the busy resorts that offer people a

    VARIOUS

    of things to do, come and see us!

    We (32)

    SPECIAL

    __ in making your dreams come true. No one can deny the

    IMPORTANT

    of being able to get away from your daily routine and going to a place

    that is to your (34)

    SATISFY

    _____________ . So why don’t you take the tim e to consider our offer?

    For questions 35-42, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using

    the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word

    given. There is an example at the beginning (0).

    Example: 0

    When I was younger, I played tennis every Sunday.

    used

    used to p la y

    .te n n is every Sunday.

    35 An optician m ust test yo u r eyesight as soon as possible,

    tested

    . as soon as possible.

    36 Kate, I suggest we go cam ping this summer,

    how

    this summer?

    37 It was w rong of you to cheat him out of his money,

    should

    out of his money.

    38 They made me refuse the offer,

    down

    . the offer.

    39 He still finds it d iffic u lt to drive on the right-hand side of the road.

    get

    He can’t.

    _ driving on the right-hand side of the road.

    4 0 Could I in te rru p t you fo r a mom ent?

    my

    ______fo r a mom ent?

    41 They don’t let people take photographs in the a rt gallery,

    allowed

    ______ photographs in the a rt gallery.

    42 He was not able to com plete the application fo rm on his own.

    in

    own.

    _________________the application form on his

    Revision test II

    SECTION 2 (ECCE format)

    Grammar

    Choose the correct answer.

    . my daughter home

    after the party.

    6. We

    . either eat out or order takeout. What

    do you pfer?

    a. to bring

    b. bring

    c. bringing

    d. to bringing

    a. should

    b. could

    c. would

    d. have to

    noticed that his eyes were red.

    corrupted, but that’s far from the truth,

    a. him

    b. himself

    a. of

    b. on

    c. his

    d. he

    c. about

    d. for

    3. Now that she’s moved to the suburbs, she misses

    by her friends.

    . being

    8. After the alarm went off, a man was seen

    down the stairs quickly and leaving the building,

    a. to be visited

    b. have been visited

    c. being visited

    d. been visited

    change our plans.

    a. walk

    b. walking

    c. to walk

    d. to walking

    9. Samantha could have been an excellent musician but

    a. up

    b. into

    c. on

    d. out

    a . to

    b . for

    c. of

    d.on

    10. Did they finally get their washing machine

    ?

    though she didn’t want to.

    a. to stay

    b. staying

    a. repair

    b. to repair

    c. stay

    d. have stayed

    c. repairing

    d. repaired

    Vocabulary

    Choose the correct answer.

    for exceeding the

    6. When Mary’s grandmother died, she came into some

    _ jewels.

    speed limit.

    a. fee

    b. fare

    c. ticket

    d. receipt

    2. John is a very talented writer. His books have gained

    a. priceless

    b. worthless

    c. insufficient

    d. available

    mistakes and I have complete trust in her.

    a. donations

    b. rewards

    a. convenient

    b. spare

    c. prices

    d. prizes

    c. reliable

    d. usable

    3. “ Look at that awful stain on my new dress! What would

    and have our picnic despite the awful weather.

    a. recommend

    b. consult

    a. do

    b. make

    c. propose

    d. confess

    c. give

    d. take

    servicing regularly, otherwise you’ll have problems

    trip tomorrow?”

    with it.”

    “ We haven’t decided yet.”

    a. inquires

    b. requests

    a. set off

    b. turn on

    c. requires

    d. commands

    c. make for

    d. run along

    their neighbourhood,

    10. “ Don’t be so

    ________to your brother! He just

    wanted to play with you and you kicked him!”

    a. rejected

    b. disapproved

    a. jealous

    b. relevant

    c. resisted

    d. objected

    c. mean

    d. upset

    M

    Revision TestIII

    For questions 1-12, read the text below and decide which answer A, B, C or D best fits each space. There is an

    example at the beginning (O).

    Example: 0

    A harm

    B injure

    C hurt

    D suffer

    SUM M ER IN TH E CITY

    Sum mer is a w on de rful season because it means sun, beaches and having fun. However, sum m er in the city can make

    one (0)

    to our health. This, in turn, brings

    in an

    air-conditioned building. Some cities even have the added problem of smog. This, com bined w ith the heat makes

    conditions unbearable.

    It is therefore im p o rta n t th a t these people (8)

    . going o ut when p ollutio n levels are high.

    According to official records, the increase in tem perature coincides w ith a higher num ber o f deaths. Twenty percent

    more people die from heart attacks or are killed in car accidents.However, there is hope fo r c ity dwellers. Experts say

    our environm ent. One step w ould be to (11)

    which produce to xic emissions. Even (1 2 )__

    the num ber of vehicles and lim it heavy industry,

    dark-coloured roofs w ith lighter-coloured ones can

    cause a drop in tem perature o f up to 4 ° Celcius.

    1

    A result

    B gain

    C remain

    D create

    2

    A w rong

    B suspicious

    C harm ful

    D serious

    3

    A up

    B about

    C round

    D along

    4

    A rescue

    B guard

    C shelter

    D caution

    5

    A sensitive

    B sensational

    C sensible

    D influenced

    6

    A affected

    B attacked

    C obliged

    D appealed

    7

    A warned

    B risked

    C damaged

    D endangered

    8

    A o m it

    B avoid

    C ban

    D pvent

    9

    A im proved

    B progressed

    C recovered

    D saved

    10

    A care

    B caution

    C interest

    D attention

    11

    A dem olish

    B lower

    C reduce

    D destroy

    12

    A exchanging

    B urging

    D replacing

    Revision test III

    For questions 13-24, read the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only one word in

    each space. There is an example at the beginning (0).

    AN INTERVIEW

    WITH A CHALET COOK

    W orking as a chalet cook at a ski resort is the p erfect o p p o rtu n ity to

    as a chalet cook in the French Alps last year but d id n ’t get to see m uch of

    the slopes.

    First of all, she had to ppare a considerable am ount of food every day.

    Victoria had to tid y up the chalet and make sure e verything ran smoothly.

    first, it soon became apparent th at this wasn’t the case. Victoria had to

    everything by herself. She’d rather fo rg et the tim e the dishwasher was out

    had caused her.

    wasn’t the best either. Victoria earned only £150 a week and

    was, therefore, unable to save up much. At tim es she wondered

    (22 )

    all, Victoria adm itted having gained

    invaluable experience which b uilt up her character. When asked if she

    (23 )

    go back, she replied th a t she would,

    (24 )

    th a t she worked w ith others and shared

    the responsibility.

    Revision test III

    For questions 25-34, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word

    that fits in the space in the same line. There is an example at the beginning (O).

    Mata Hari

    Margaretha Zelle was a well known (0)

    e n te rta in e r

    _at the beginning of the 20th century.

    ENTERTAIN

    . made her famous throughout Europe.

    PERFORM

    But who was Margaretha Zelle? She was an (26)

    _____________ woman who was born in the

    ATTRACT

    FRANCE

    _capital for most o f her adult life. She gave

    the stage name Mata Hari, which literally means ‘eye of the day’, and is

    HER

    EXPRESS

    _________ used to describe the sun. She was extrem ely successful and

    before long became very wealthy.

    Her good fortune ended during World War I. The (30)

    ___________________ in Paris accused her of

    GOVERN

    GERMANY

    (32 )

    to prove her innocence had serious consequences. She was sentenced to

    FAIL

    (33 )

    and was consequently shot by a firing squad. Till now, this

    DIE

    (34 )

    w artim e incident remains shrouded in mystery.

    PLEASE

    For questions 35-42, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using

    the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word

    given. There is an example at the beginning (0).

    Example: 0

    When I was younger, I played tennis every Sunday.

    used

    35 “Don’t go swim m ing on a fu ll stomach,” the lifeguard said to us.

    advised

    36 It would be foolish of us not to go shopping during the sales.

    if

    37 They are saving up as they w ant to buy a new car.

    view

    They are saving up

    a new car.

    38 I don’t w ant to lie to him this time,

    tru th

    I’d

    this time.

    39 “I’m sorry I shouted at you,” Kelly said to me.

    apologised

    Kelly

    at me.

    4 0 A fter her illness, she wasn’t strong enough to be able to walk on her own.

    so

    A fter her illness, she

    couldn’t walk on her own.

    41 You can use the telephone if it works.

    not

    You can use the telephone provided

    order.

    42 In spite of m aking a lot of mistakes, she passed the test,

    even

    She passed the test

    a lot of mistakes.

    Revision test III

    SECTION 2 (ECCE format)

    Grammar

    Choose the correct answer.

    1.

    the heavy rain, all flights were cancelled,

    a. Because

    b. Since

    c. Due to

    d. As

    6. He’s always boasting

    success at school,

    2. Susan made a wish and then she blew

    the candles on her birthday cake,

    a. up

    b. over

    c. out

    d.away

    3.

    a. for

    b. about

    c. on

    d. in

    more responsible, she wouldn’t have lost

    a. did I live

    b. I lived

    c. do I live

    d. have I lived

    her job.

    forget it.

    a. If she would be

    b. Had she been

    c. would she be

    d. If she has been

    his children’s

    making so much noise! I just

    b. stop

    c. had stopped

    d. would stop

    a. so that not

    b. so as not to

    d. so as to not

    c. a too

    d. so

    a. bought

    b. have bought

    c. had bought

    d. buy

    . Cathy tried hard, she didn’t manage to

    10.

    be

    seen by the neighbours.

    c. so that to not

    b. a so

    _________ a yacht if you were rich?

    need to relax for a while,

    a. will stop

    a. such a

    win the race,

    a. Even though

    b. In spite of

    c. Despite

    d. Despite of

    Vocabulary

    Choose the correct answer.

    because of the

    financial crisis,

    a . ended up

    b. given out

    c. closed down

    d. dropped off

    board the plane.

    a. convict

    b. victim

    c. hostage

    d. kidnapper

    stop!

    a. forbid

    b. resist

    c. remain

    d. tolerate

    She’s late at times.

    a. punctual

    b. sharp

    c. exact

    d. correct

    English-speaking country,

    a. decrease

    b. improve

    c. produce

    d. recover

    6. I said hello to Jill, but she

    me completely.

    a. neglected

    b. omitted

    c. cheated

    d. ignored

    happens.

    a. stand by

    b. take after

    c. let down

    d. bring round

    8. The two companies a re _

    with each other

    to gain the contract.

    a. combining

    b. competing

    c. comparing

    d. protesting

    . lately

    because she has a lot of personal problems,

    a. haste

    b. schedule

    c. aid

    d. strain

    the company’s financial problems,

    a. mind

    b. pay

    c. give

    d. take

    Key t. Revision Tests

    Revision Test I (Units 1-4)

    1 regarded

    13 as

    25 enthusiastic

    35 the m ore m odern of

    1 b

    6 b

    2 habit

    14 out

    26 yearly

    36 neither of w hom

    2 c

    7 d

    3 keeping

    15 m ost

    27 logical

    37 firs t tim e John had fe lt

    3 a

    8 b

    4 come

    16 This

    28 w ealthy

    38 since she came into

    4 d

    9 c

    5 teaching

    17 w hich

    29 econom ical

    39 w hich he hadn’t had

    5 b

    10 d

    6 off

    18 the

    4 0 when 1look/have looked into

    7 both

    19 w hole/dead

    31 peacefully

    41 did you sta rt w orking out

    8 impssed

    2 0 both/these

    32 needless

    42 never goes anyw here w ith o u t

    1c

    6 a

    9 as

    21 soon

    33 psychologist

    2 a

    7 d

    10 involved

    22 of

    34 econom ise

    3 b

    8 c

    11 in no tim e

    23 few

    4 a

    9 a

    12 o p p o rtu n ity

    24 each/every

    5 a

    10 d

    Revision Test II (Units 6-9)

    1 resist

    13 on

    25 a ctivities

    35 to have/get yo ur eyesight tested

    1a

    6 b

    2 close

    14 up

    26 heights

    36 how about going cam ping

    2 b

    7 d

    3 realised

    15 to

    27 dissatisfied

    37 shouldn’t have cheated him

    3 c

    8 b

    4 Under these

    16 A nother

    28 helpless

    38 was made to tu rn down

    4 d

    9 c

    17 long

    29 easier

    39 get used to

    5 c

    10 d

    5 escaping

    18 result

    3 0 quietness

    4 0 you m ind my in te rru p tin g you

    6 Because of

    19 been

    31 va riety

    41 are not allowed to take

    7 inadequate

    20 a

    32 specialise

    42 of fillin g in

    8 of

    21 b u t/ye t/h o w e ve r 33 im portance

    9 estim ated

    22 be

    circum stances

    10 reported

    23 least

    24 has/ought

    12 make

    34 satisfaction

    1*1 1n

    1c

    6 a

    2 d

    7 c

    3 a

    8 b

    4 c

    9 a

    5 d

    10 c

    Key to Revision Tests

    Revision Test III (Units u-14)

    B EI

    235

    1 create

    13 took

    25 perform ance(s)

    1c

    6 b

    2 harm ful

    14 addition

    26 attractive

    36 if we d id n ‘t/d o n ‘t go

    2 c

    7 b

    3 about

    15 A lth ou g h/

    27 French

    37 w ith a view to buying

    3 b

    8 a

    4 shelter

    Though

    28 herself

    38 rather tell him the tru th

    4 d

    9 d

    39 apologised fo r shouting/having

    5 b

    10 a

    1c

    6 d

    2 c

    7 a

    3 d

    8 b

    4 a

    9 d

    5 b

    10 d

    5 sensitive

    16 so

    29 expssion

    6 affected

    17 care

    30 governm ent

    7 endangered

    18 order

    31 Germans

    4 0 was so weak (that) she

    8 avoid

    19 of

    32 failure

    41 it is not o ut of

    9 im proved

    2 0 w he th er/if

    33 death

    42 even though she (had) made

    10 atte ntio n

    21 up

    34 unpleasant

    11 reduce

    22 in

    12 replacing

    23 w ould

    24 provided

    shouted

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    Test 1

    Part 1

    1.   factories

    2.   police stations

    3.   a pizza

    4.   a bank

    5.   a waiter

    6.   stadium

    7.   cereal

    8.   salt

    9.   artists

    10.honey

      

    Part 2

    1.   b

    2.   f

    3.   d

    4.   g

    5.   a

     

    Part 3

    1. once

    2. foggy

    3. tired

    4. minutes

    5. believe

    6. the day the whales arrived

    Part 4

    1. because

    2. some

    3. like

    4. other

    5. them

    6. every

    7. feed

    8. there

    9. can’t

    10. few

     

    Part 5

    1. phoned the school

    2. 10 o’clock

    3. shoulder

    4. three hours

    5. biscuits

    6. wood

    7.top of the hills

     

    Part 6

    1. read

    2. at

    3. ago

    4. who

    5. tell

     

    Test 2

    Part 1

    1.salt

    2.a mechanic

    3. a ring

    4.a cook

    5. jam

    6.a flash light

    7. a comb

    8. an astronaut

    9. artists

    10.cheese

     

    Part 2

    1.e

    2.g

    3.a

    4.f

    5.c

     

    Part 3

    1.  watch

    2.  warm

    3.  bored

    4.  took

    5.  ice

    6.   David wants a winter swim

     

    Part 4

    1. enough

    2. the

    3. called

    4. but

    5. its

    6. think

    7. hearing

    8. up

    9. few

    10. where

     

    Part 5

    1. five years old

    2. orange

    3. brushes

    4. train

    5. some old newspaper

    6. 3 hours

    7. bed and cupboards

     

    Part 6

    1.  to

    2.  hour

    3.  to

    4.  it

    5.  ate

     

    Test 3

    Part 1

    1. a factory

    2. a dentist

    3. knives

    4. a queen

    5. a comb

    6. an airport

    7. a waiter

    8. meals

    9.soap

    10.a stadium

     

    Part 2

    1.f

    2.h

    3.d

    4.e

    5.a

     

    Part 3

    1. heavy

    2. stairs

    3.drove

    4.city

    5. forgotten

    6. dad and the house key

     

    Part 4

    1. any

    2. to

    3. in

    4. goes

    5. if

    6. but

    7. all

    8. something

    9. would

    10.what

     

    Part 5

    1. three big blue rucksacks

    2. bus

    3. mountain village

    4. the hotel

    5. the window

    6. strange

    7. skiing

     

    Part 6

           1. he

           2. wrote

           3.of

           4.which

           5. like

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    B. Giúp HS khám phá bản thân và thế giới xung quanh, thấu hiểu con người, có đời sống tâm hồn phong phú, có quan niệm sống và ứng xử nhân vẫn.

    C. Giúp HS phát triển năng lực ngôn ngữ và năng lực văn học: rèn luyện các kĩ năng đọc, viết, nói, nghe; phát triển tư duy hình tượng và tư duy logic,

    D. Góp phần giúp HS phát triển các năng lực chung như năng lực tự chủ và tự học, năng lực giao tiếp và hợp tác, năng lực giải quyết vấn để và sáng tạo; năng lực tính toán; năng lực công nghệ thông tin,…

    2. Cơ sở khoa học để xây dựng chương trình ngữ văn 2022 là:

    A. Các kết quả nghiên cứu về giáo dục học, tâm lí học và phương pháp dạy học Ngữ văn hiện đại;

    B. Các thành tựu nghiên cứu về văn học, ngôn ngữ học và kí hiệu học; thành tựu văn học Việt Nam qua các thời kì khác nhau;

    C. Kinh nghiệm xây dựng chương trình môn Ngữ văn của Việt Nam, đặc biệt từ đầu thế kỷ XXI đến nay và xu thế quốc tế trong phát triển CT nói chung, CT môn Ngữ văn nói riêng những năm gần đây, nhất là CT của những quốc gia phát triển;

    D. Điều kiện kinh tế – xã hội và truyền thông văn hoá

    3. Quan điểm cơ bản xây dựng chương trình Ngữ văn 2022 là:

    A. Dựa trên mục đích phát triển kiến thức cho học sinh

    B. Sắp xếp tác phẩm văn học theo trục thời gian và thể loại.

    C. Dựa trên hệ thống kiến thức của lĩnh vực Văn học và ngôn ngữ.

    C. Lấy việc rèn luyện các kĩ năng giao tiếp (đọc, viết, nói và nghe) làm trục chính xuyên suốt cả ba cấp học.

    4. Chọn phương án đúng nhất: Tính mở của chương trình Ngữ văn 2022 không thể hiện ở:

    A. Quy định chi tiết các nội dung giáo dục.

    B. Định hướng thống nhất những nội dung giáo dục cốt lõi.

    C. Định hướng chung các yêu cầu cần đạt về phẩm chất và năng lực của học sinh.

    D. Phát triển chương trình là quyền chủ động và trách nhiệm của địa phương và nhà trường.

    5. Chọn phương án đúng nhất: Mục tiêu cụ thể của chương trình Ngữ văn 2022 được quy định ở mỗi cấp học là:

    A. Trang bị kiến thức và kĩ năng. Trang bị kiến thức và giáo dục kĩ năng sống.

    B. Trang bị kiến thức và giáo dục kĩ năng sống.

    C. Trang bị kiến thức và giáo dục tư tưởng tình cảm.

    D. Trang bị kiến thức, phát triển năng lực, giáo dục tư tưởng tình cảm.

    6. Chọn phương án đúng nhất: Yêu cầu cần đạt về năng lực đặc thù của môn Ngữ văn là:

    A. Năng lực ngôn ngữ và năng lực thẩm mĩ.

    B. Năng lực ngôn ngữ và năng lực văn học.

    C. Năng lực giao tiếp hợp tác và năng lực văn học.

    D. Năng lực tự chủ và tự học và năng lực giải quyết vấn đề sáng tạo.

    A. Bảo đảm kế thừa và phát triển các CT Ngữ văn đã có.

    B. Bảo đảm đầy đủ các tác phẩm bắt buộc và các tác phẩm bắt buộc lựa chọn.

    C. Bảo đảm tỉ lệ hợp lí giữa văn bản văn học với văn bản nghị luận và văn bản thông tin.

    8. Nội dung giáo dục trong chương trình Ngữ văn 2022 được xác định dựa trên:

    A. Yêu cầu cần đạt của mỗi lớp về mục tiêu phát triển năng lực.

    B. Yêu cầu cần đạt của mỗi lớp, gồm: các mục tiêu năng lực và ngữ liệu

    c. Yêu cầu cần đạt của mỗi lớp, gồm: kiến thức, kĩ năng, thái độ.

    D. Yêu cầu cần đạt của mỗi lớp, gồm: hoạt động đọc, viết, nói và nghe; kiến thức (tiếng Việt, văn học); ngữ liệu.

    9. Chọn phương án đúng nhất: Các mạch kiến thức tiếng Việt được xác định trong chương trình Ngữ văn 2022 là:

    A. Ngữ âm và chữ viết, từ vựng, ngữ pháp, hoạt động giao tiếp ngôn ngữ.

    B. Ngữ âm và chữ viết, từ vựng, ngữ pháp, các phong cách ngôn ngữ.

    C. Ngữ âm và chữ viết, từ vựng, ngữ pháp, hoạt động giao tiếp và sự phát triển ngôn ngữ.

    D. Từ vựng, ngữ pháp, hoạt động giao tiếp và sự phát triển ngôn ngữ.

    10. Hệ thống kiến thức văn học trong chương trình môn Ngữ văn 2022 bao gồm những nội dung cơ bản:

    A. Những vấn đề chung về văn học (chủ yếu là lí luận văn học); các thể loại văn học; các yếu tố của tác phẩm văn học; một số hiểu biết về lịch sử văn học Việt Nam.

    B. Những vấn đề chung về văn học (chủ yếu là lí luận văn học); các thể loại văn học; các yếu tố của tác phẩm văn học.

    C. Những vấn đề chung về văn học (chủ yếu là lí luận văn học); các thể loại văn học; một số hiểu biết về lịch sử văn học Việt Nam.

    D. Những vấn đề chung về văn học (chủ yếu là lí luận văn học): các thể loại văn học; các yếu tố của tác phẩm văn học; hệ thống chuyên đề học tập.

    11. Dạy học tích hợp trong chương trình Ngữ văn 2022 được hiểu là:

    A. Ưu tiên những nội dung giáo dục tiêu biểu của văn học thế giới.

    B. Ưu tiên sử dụng những kiến thức xã hội vào giờ dạy học Ngữ văn.

    C. Đưa lĩnh vực kiến thức môn học khác vào trong hoạt động dạy học Ngữ văn.

    D. Xác định mối liên hệ nội môn giữa đọc, viết, nói và nghe; biết tận dụng các cơ hội đề lồng ghép hợp lí vào giờ học theo các yêu cầu giáo dục liên môn

    12. Trong môn Ngữ văn, giáo viên đánh giá phẩm chất, năng lực chung, năng lực đặc thù và sự tiến bộ của học sinh thông qua:

    A. Các hành vi, việc làm, cách ứng xử, những biểu hiện về thái độ, tình cảm của học sinh khi đọc, viết, nói và nghe.

    D. Việc yêu cầu học sinh lập dàn ý và trình bày về một ý tưởng cho trước.

    13. “Chương trình môn Ngữ văn vận dụng các phương pháp giáo dục theo định hướng chung là dạy học tích hợp và phân hóa; đa dạng hoá các hình thức tổ chức, phương pháp và phương tiện dạy học; phát huy tính tích cực, chủ động, sáng tạo trong học tập và vận dụng kiến thức, kĩ năng của học sinh” là định hướng về phương diện:

    A. Nội dung giáo dục của chương trình Ngữ văn 2022.

    B. Phương pháp giáo dục của chương trình Ngữ văn 2022.

    C. Kiểm tra, đánh giá của chương trình Ngữ văn 2022.

    D. Quy trình tổ chức dạy học của chương trình Ngữ văn 2022.

    14. Thay đổi cơ bản về nội dung môn Ngữ văn 2022 so với chương trình hiện hành 2006 là:

    A. Quy định các nội dung dạy học cụ thể cho từng lớp, từng cấp.

    B. Hướng tới mục tiêu hình thành kiến thức cho học sinh.

    C. Xác định các mạch kiến thức và kĩ năng cơ bản.

    D. Nội dung sách giáo khoa là pháp lệnh của chương trình.

    15. Điểm giống nhau giữa chương trình Ngữ văn 2022 và chương trình Ngữ văn hiện hành là:

    A. Đề cao kiến thức của môn học.

    B. Đề cao tính chất thực hành của môn học.

    C. Đề cao tính chất nhân văn của môn học.

    D. Đề cao tính chất công cụ và thẩm mĩ – nhân văn của môn học.

    16. Ngữ văn mới được xây dựng trên những quan điểm/nguyên tắc nào?

    A. Tuân thủ định hướng lớn của CT tổng thể;

    B. Theo định hướng mở; dựa trên một trục thống nhất từ tiểu học đến THPT (đọc, viết, nói và nghe);

    C. Kế thừa và phát triển; dựa trên các cơ sở lí luận và thực tiễn.

    D. Dựa trên những thành tựu nghiên cứu về văn học, sự phát triển kinh tế – xã hội, kinh nghiệm xây dựng CT quốc tế từ xưa đến nay.

    17. Vì sao CTGDPT môn Ngữ văn lại phải xây dựng theo hướng mở?

    A. Đời sống thay đổi

    B. Khoa học, kỹ thuật thay đổi rất nhanh;

    C. Quốc hội yêu cầu thực hiện một CT và nhiều SGK.

    D. Phát triển được kiến thức, kỹ năng của học sinh.

    18. Các căn cứ để xác định nội dung dạy học trong môn Ngữ văn là gì?

    A. Mục tiêu chung của GD phổ thông,

    B. Mục tiêu chung của từng cấp, mục tiêu của môn học;

    C. Cơ sở khoa học của bộ môn Ngữ văn (văn học và ngôn ngữ); kế thừa CT hiện hành; yêu cầu trong CT của một số nước.

    D. Sự phát triển của văn học trong nước.

    19. CTGDPT môn Ngữ văn mới đưa ra những tiêu chí và yêu cầu để xác định ngữ liệu/văn bản dạy học nào?

    A. Văn bản phải phục vụ trực tiếp cho việc dạy học phát triển năng lực;

    B. Phải phù hợp với tâm lí lứa tuổi của HS; tiêu biểu, đặc sắc, chuẩn mực về ngôn ngữ, văn hóa, tư tưởng, tình cảm…;

    C. Phản ánh được những thành tựu đặc sắc về tư tưởng và văn học nghệ thuật của dân tộc và tinh hoa của văn hóa thể giới.

    D. Phản ánh sự phát triển kinh tế, chính trị, xã hội trên thế giới và Việt Nam.

    20. Những điểm mới của CTGDPT môn Ngữ văn là gì?

    A. Mục tiêu; cách tiếp cận/thiết kế CT; nội dung dạy học

    B. Nội dung cốt lõi, kiến thức và kĩ năng

    C. Mục tiêu chung của từng cấp, mục tiêu của môn học;

    D. Phản ánh sự phát triển kinh tế, chính trị, xã hội trên thế giới và Việt Nam.

    Đáp án trắc nghiệm tập huấn môn Toán sách Cánh Diều

    1. Việc xây dựng chương trình môn Toán phổ thông 2022 nhấn mạnh những quan điểm nào?

    A. Bảo đảm tính tinh giản, thiết thực; Bảo đảm tính hiện đại; Bảo đảm tính thống nhất, sự nhất quán và phát triển liên tục; Bảo đảm tính mở.

    B. Bảo đảm tính tỉnh giản, thiết thực, hiện đại; Bảo đảm tính thống nhất; Bảo đảm sự nhất quán và phát triển liên tục; Bảo đảm tính tích hợp và phân hoá.

    C. Bảo đảm tính mở; Bảo đảm tính thống nhất, sự nhất quán và phát triển liên tục; Bảo đảm tính tích hợp; Bảo đảm tỉnh phân hoá

    D. Bảo đảm tính tỉnh giản, thiết thực, hiện đại; Bảo đảm tính thống nhất, sự nhất quán và phát triển liên tục; Bảo đảm tính tích hợp và phân hoá; Bảo đảm tính mở.

    2. Chọn phương án

    3. Phát biểu nào sau đây là đúng:

    A. Mục tiêu của từng cấp học là cụ thể hóa của mục tiêu chung trong chương trình.

    B. Mục tiêu của từng cấp phù hợp với mục tiêu chung và yêu cầu của từng cấp học.

    C. Mục tiêu của từng cấp học thể hiện yêu cầu cần đạt của mục tiêu chung phù hợp từng cấp học

    D. Mục tiêu của từng cấp học là sự tiếp nối của mục tiêu chung.

    4. Chọn đáp án đúng

    Mục tiêu chung về kiến thức, kĩ năng đã được cụ thể hóa ở cấp Trung học phổ thông như thế nào?

    A. Có những kiến thức và kĩ năng toán học cơ bản ban đầu thiết yếu về Số và phép tính; Hình học và Đo lường; Thống kê và Xác suất

    B. Có những kiến thức và kĩ năng toán học cơ bản ban đầu thiết yếu về Số và Đại số; Hình học và Đo lường; Thống kê và xác suất.

    C. Có những kiến thức và kĩ năng toán học cơ bản thiết yếu về Đại số và một số yếu tố giải tích; Hình học và Đo lường; Thống kê và xác suất.

    D. Có những kiến thức và kĩ năng toán học cơ bản ban đầu thiết yếu về Số, Đại số và một số yếu tố giải tích; Hình học và Đo lường; Thống kê và Xác suất.

    5. Chọn đáp án đúng

    Một trong những yêu cầu cần đạt của năng lực giải quyết vấn đề ở cấp tiểu học là:

    A. Phát hiện được vấn đề cần giải quyết.

    B. Nhận biết được vấn đề cần giải quyết và nêu được thành câu hỏi.

    C. Xác định được tình huống có vấn đề; thu thập, sắp xếp, giải thích và đánh giá được độ tin cậy của thông tin; chia sẻ sự am hiểu vấn đề với người khác.

    D. Giải quyết được những bài toán xuất hiện từ sự lựa chọn trên.

    6. Yêu cầu cần đạt của năng lực mô hình hoá toán học của HS cấp Tiểu học là:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất)

    A. Thiết lập được mô hình toán học để mô tả tình huống đặt ra trong một số bài toán thực tiễn

    B. Sử dụng được các mô hình toán học để mô tả tình huống xuất hiện trong một số bài toán thực tiễn không quá phức tạp.

    C. Lựa chọn được các phép toán, công thức số học, sơ đồ, bảng biểu, hình vẽ để trình bày, diễn đạt (nói hoặc viết) được các nội dung, ý tưởng của tình huống xuất hiện trong bài toán thực tiễn đơn giản.

    D. Xác định được mô hình toán học (gồm công thức, phương trình, bảng biểu, đồ thị…) cho tình huống xuất hiện trong bài toán thực tiễn.

    7. Yêu cầu cần đạt về năng lực giải quyết vấn đề toán học ở cấp trung học cơ sở là:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất)

    A. Nhận biết được vấn đề cần giải quyết và nêu được thành câu hỏi; Nêu được cách thức giải quyết vấn đề; Thực hiện và trình bày được cách thức giải quyết vấn đề ở mức độ đơn giản.

    B. Phát hiện được vấn đề cần giải quyết; Xác định được cách thức, giải pháp giải quyết vấn đề; Sử dụng được các kiến thức, kĩ năng toán học tương thích để giải quyết vấn đề; Đánh giá được giải pháp để ra và khái quát hóa được.

    C. Xác định được tình huống có vấn đề, thu thập, sắp xếp, giải thích và đánh giá được độ tin cậy của thông tin, chia sẻ sự am hiểu vấn đề với người khác; Lựa chọn và thiết lập được cách thức, quy trình giải quyết vấn đề; Thực hiện và trình bày được giải pháp giải quyết vấn đề.

    D. Xác định được cách thức, giải pháp giải quyết vấn đề; Sử dụng được các kiến thức, kĩ năng toán học tương thích để giải quyết vấn đề; Đánh giá được giải pháp đề ra và khái quát hóa được.

    8. Các năng lực toán học bao gồm:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất)

    A. Tư duy và lập luận toán học; Giải quyết vấn đề toán học; Mô hình hóa toán học; Giao tiếp toán học; Sử dụng phương tiện và công cụ học toán.

    B. Mô hình hóa; Giải quyết vấn đề toán học; Vận dụng toán học; Tư duy và lập luận toán học; Giao tiếp toán học.

    C. Giải quyết vấn đề toán học; Sử dụng phương tiện và công cụ học toán; Vận dụng toán học; Giải toán; Tư duy và lập luận toán học

    D. Tư duy và lập luận toán học; Giao tiếp toán học; Giải quyết vấn đề toán học; Vận dụng toán học; Giải toán.

    9. Môn Toán góp phần hình thành phát triển năng lực tự chủ và tự học thông qua:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất)

    A. Rèn luyện cho người học biết cách lựa chọn mục tiêu, lập được kế hoạch học tập, hình thành cách tự học.

    B. Nghe hiểu, đọc hiểu, ghi chép, diễn tả được các thông tin toán học cần thiết trong văn bản toán học

    C. Sử dụng hiệu quả ngôn ngữ toán học kết hợp với ngôn ngữ thông thường để trao đổi, trình bày được các nội dung, ý tưởng, giải pháp toán học trong sự tương tác với người khác, đồng thời thể hiện sự tự tin, tôn trọng người đối thoại khi mô tả, giải thích các nội dung, ý tưởng toán học.

    D. Việc giúp học sinh nhận biết được tình huống có vấn đề; chia sẻ sự am hiểu vấn đề với người khác; biết đề xuất, lựa chọn được cách thức, quy trình giải quyết vấn đề và biết trình bày giải pháp cho vấn đề; biết đánh giá giải pháp đã thực hiện và khái quát hoá cho vấn đề tương tự.

    10. Những nội dung mới thuộc mạch kiến thức Thống kê – Xác suất ở lớp 5 trong Chương trình môn Toán 2022 so Chương trình môn Toán hiện hành là:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất)

    A. Thu thập, phân loại, sắp xếp các số liệu.

    B. Đọc, mô tả biểu đồ thống kê hình quạt tròn. Biểu diễn số liệu bằng biểu đồ, thống kê hình quạt tròn

    C. Hình thành và giải quyết vấn đề đơn giản xuất hiện từ các số liệu và biểu đồ thống kê hình quạt tròn đã có.

    D. Tỉ số mô tả số lần lặp lại của một khả năng xảy ra (nhiều lần) của một sự kiện trong một thí nghiệm so với tổng số lần thực hiện thí nghiệm đó ở những trường hợp đơn giản.

    11. Nội dung của phần kiến thức hình học phẳng trong chương trình môn Toán 2022 lớp 6 là:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất)

    A. Điểm, đường thẳng, tia; Đoạn thẳng, độ dài đoạn thẳng; Góc. Các góc đặc biệt. Số đo góc.

    B. Tam giác đều, hình vuông, lục giác đều; Hình chữ nhật, hình thoi, hình bình hành, hình thang cân.

    C. Hình có trục đối xứng; Hình có tâm đối xứng; Vai trò của đối xứng trong thế giới tự nhiên.

    D. Điểm, đường thẳng, tia; Đoạn thẳng, độ dài đoạn thẳng; Tam giác đều, hình vuông, lục giác đều.

    12. Điểm mới then chốt trong nội dung của CT môn toán cấp Tiểu học là:

    (Chọn các phương án đúng)

    A. Cấu trúc lại các mạch kiến thức, chủ trọng rèn luyện kĩ năng tính nhẩm.

    B. Giảm độ khó kĩ thuật tính viết, tăng cường thực hành luyện tập và ứng dụng toán học vào thực tiễn.

    C. Tăng cường yếu tố thống kê – xác suất.

    D. Tăng cường tính toán nâng cao.

    13. Nội dung giáo dục nào sau đây xuất hiện trong chương trình môn toán lớp 2 năm 2022 nhưng không có trong chương trình hiện hành:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất)

    A. Nội dung ước lượng đồ vật, khối trụ và khối cầu, một số yếu tố thống kê – xác suất.

    B. Nội dung bảng nhân 4, hoạt động thực hành trải nghiệm, một số yếu tố về thống kê.

    C. Nội dung khối trụ và khối cầu, một số yếu tố về thống kê, hoạt động thực hành trải nghiệm.

    D. Nội dung ước lượng đồ vật, khối trụ và khối cầu, một số yếu tố thống kê – xác suất, hoạt động thực hành trải nghiệm.

    14. Trong chương trình môn Toán lớp 1 theo chương trình GDPT 2022, nội dung giáo dục nào sau đây không được giới thiệu:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất)

    A. Số học

    B. Yếu tố thống kê

    C. Yếu tố Đại số

    D. Yếu tố Hình học

    15. Một số điểm mới then chốt ở cấp THPT trong CT môn Toán 2022 là:

    (Chọn các phương án đúng)

    A. Giảm mức độ phức tạp trong dạy học giải phương trình, bất phương trình; Giảm nội dung phương pháp tọa độ trong việc dạy học hình học; Nhấn mạnh việc đọc, vẽ, tưởng tượng, tạo dựng trong việc dạy học hình học không gian. Đặc biệt có một chuyên đề giới thiệu về Hình học họa hình và vẽ kỹ thuật;

    B. Tăng cường thêm các nội dung về thống kê và xác suất gắn với ứng dụng trong đời sống thực tiễn; Coi trọng việc sử dụng phương tiện dạy học hiện đại, phần mềm dạy học; Tăng cường thực hành luyện tập và ứng dụng toán học vào thực tiễn; Không đưa nội dung số phức vào chương trình.

    C. Các chuyên đề học tập ở mỗi lớp 10, 11, 12 có nội dung giáo dục dành cho những học sinh có định hướng nghề nghiệp cần sử dụng nhiều kiến thức toán học.

    D. Tăng cường nhiều nội dung kiến thức mở rộng mà chương trình hiện hành chưa có.

    16. Định hướng chung trong dạy học phát triển năng lực toán học cho HS trong Chương trình môn Toán 2022 là:

    (Chọn các phương án đúng)

    A. Năng lực được hình thành và phát triển thông qua hoạt động học tập và trải nghiệm cá nhân.

    B. Tăng cường tính ứng dụng, gắn kết giữa nội dung môn Toán với đời sống thực tế.

    C. Việc rèn luyện phương pháp học tập có ý nghĩa quan trọng.

    D. Tăng cường kĩ năng tính toán nâng cao.

    17. Tổ chức tiến trình hoạt động học tập trong mô hình dạy học theo định hướng phát triển năng lực là:

    (Chọn các phương án đúng):

    B. Mỗi hoạt động học tập được hình thành từ các thao tác.

    C. Tổ chức cho HS thực hiện có kết quả từng hoạt động học tập dựa trên các thao tác.

    D. Tổ chức dạy học theo nhóm.

    18. Yêu cầu của phương pháp dạy học môn Toán theo định hướng phát triển năng lực học sinh là:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất):

    A. Lấy người học làm trung tâm, tổ chức quá trình dạy học theo hướng kiến tạo, chú ý dạy học phân hóa.

    B. Lấy người học làm trung tâm, tổ chức quá trình dạy học theo hướng kiến tạo, học sinh được làm nhiều bài tập và trải nghiệm thực tế.

    C. Tổ chức quá trình dạy học theo hướng kiến tạo, chú ý dạy học phân hóa.

    D. Lấy người học làm trung tâm, chú ý dạy học phân hóa.

    19. Các hình thức đánh giá kết quả giáo dục Toán học gồm:

    (Chọn phương án đúng nhất)

    A. Đánh giá đồng đẳng, đánh giá của cha mẹ học sinh và cộng đồng, Đánh giá của giáo viên

    B. Tự đánh giá; Đánh giá đồng đẳng; Đánh giá của cha mẹ học sinh và cộng đồng. Đánh giá của giáo viên.

    C. Tự đánh giá; Đánh giá đồng đẳng; Đánh giá của giáo viên.

    20. Nội dung đánh giá kết quả giáo dục Toán học tập trung vào:

    (Chọn các phương án đúng)

    B. Đánh giá các kĩ năng của học sinh trong việc thực hiện giải các bài tập Toán

    C. Đánh giá đóng góp của học sinh vào thành tích chung của tập thể và việc thực hiện có kết quả hoạt động chung của tập thể.

    D. Đánh giá tốc độ học sinh giải bài tập.

    Đáp án trắc nghiệm tập huấn môn TNXH sách Cánh Diều

    1. Chương trình môn Tự nhiên và xã hội xây dựng dựa trên những quan điểm nào?

    A. Tích hợp trí thức thuộc nhiều lĩnh vực: tự nhiên, xã hội và con người vào trong cùng một môn học.

    B. Đề cao việc hình thành các phẩm chất, năng lực chung cho học sinh.

    D. Coi trọng tích cực hóa học sinh trong quá trình học tập

    2. Mục tiêu của chương trình Tự nhiên và xã hội cần đạt tới là gì?

    A. Phát triển học sinh tiểu học toàn diện, cả về thể chất, trí tuệ và tình cảm.

    B. Giáo dục tình yêu con người, thiên nhiên, đức tính chăm chỉ, tinh thần trách nhiệm với bản thân, gia đình, môi trường sống.

    C. Hình thành phẩm chất năng lực đặc thù môn học với 3 thành phần: Nhận thức khoa học; Tìm hiểu môi trường; Vận dụng kiến thức, kĩ nàng vào cuộc sống

    D. Góp phần hình thành phẩm chất, năng lực chung.

    3. Chương trình môn Tự nhiên và xã hội mới có những điểm gì khác biệt cơ bản so với chương trình hiện hành?

    A. Tập trung hình thành và phát triển phẩm chất và năng lực của học sinh.

    B. Chương trình mới xây dựng theo hướng tích hợp, chương trình hiện hành không thể hiện.

    D. Phương pháp dạy học trong chương trình mới coi trọng phát huy tính tích cực của người học.

    4. Ở lớp 3, chương trình môn TNXH không thay đổi về thời lượng. Điều này có gây khó khăn gì cho các giáo viên khi đổi mới phương pháp dạy học theo tiếp cận năng lực?

    A. Không ảnh hưởng, vì chương trình mới được cấu trúc, sắp xếp hợp lí, vừa sức, thuận lợi cho học sinh học tập theo hướng tìm tòi, khám phá.

    B. Có ảnh hưởng, vì không đủ thời gian để giáo viên dạy học theo hướng phát triển năng lực học sinh.

    C. Có ảnh hưởng, vì nội dung chương trình quá khó để dạy học theo hướng phát triển năng lực học sinh.

    D. Có ảnh hưởng, vì không đủ cơ sở vật chất để dạy học theo hướng phát triển năng lực học sinh.

    5. Mức độ tích hợp của môn TNXH trong chương trình mới được giảm tải như thế nào?

    B. Mức độ tích hợp trong chương trình môn TNXH hiện hành và đổi mới không có gì thay đổi.

    6. Tính mở của môn TNXH theo chương trình mới được thể hiện ở điểm nào?

    A. Một chương trình có nhiều bộ sách giáo khoa.

    B. Chương trình mở rộng giới hạn quyền của giáo viên, nhà trường, địa phương trong triển khai thực hiện chương trình.

    C. Trao quyền cho giáo viên bổ sung các nội dung giáo dục mới vào chương trình môn học.

    D. Trao quyền cho giáo viên, nhà trường cơ hội để phát triển chương trình môn học sát hợp với điều kiện thực tế.

    C. Không, vi giáo viên và nhà trường không đủ năng lực chuyên môn để điều chỉnh chương trình giáo dục.

    D. Có, vì nhà nước đã giao toàn quyền triển khai chương trình giáo dục cho giáo viên và nhà trường.

    8. Sĩ số lớp học đông có cản trở như thế nào trong việc dạy học theo định hướng phát triển năng lực học sinh?

    A. GV khó tổ chức hoạt động học tập cho học sinh.

    B. GV khó theo dõi và đánh giá quá trình học tập của học sinh.

    C. GV khó triển khai dạy học phân hóa, sát với từng đối tượng học sinh.

    D. Không ảnh hưởng

    9, Giáo viên tiểu học cần lưu ý gì khi tổ chức dạy học theo định hướng tiếp cận đầu ra?

    A. Xác định mục tiêu bài học căn cứ vào yêu cầu cần đạt.

    B. Sử dụng đồ dùng, thiết bị dạy học phù hợp.

    C. Lựa chọn phương pháp, hình thức tổ chức phù hợp.

    D. Không cần lưu ý điều gì.

    10. Phương pháp và hình thức tổ chức dạy học của chương trình GDPT mới có điểm gì khác so với chương trình hiện hành?

    A. Giáo viên có thể lựa chọn, vận dụng tất cả các phương pháp, hình thức tổ chức dạy học phát huy được tỉnh tích cực của học sinh, phù hợp với mục tiêu, nội dung bài học, điều kiện cơ sở vật chất, thiết bị của nhà trường, tâm sinh lí của học sinh.

    B. Phương pháp, hình thức tổ chức dạy học theo chương trình mới tập trung vào truyền thụ tri thức khoa học thiết thực cho học sinh.

    D. Phương pháp, hình thức tổ chức dạy học theo chương trình mới không có khác biệt so với chương trình hiện hành.

    11. Để hình thành và phát triển phẩm chất, năng lực cho học sinh cần chú trọng đến phương pháp và hình thức dạy học nào?

    A. Cần lựa chọn phương pháp và hình thức dạy học phù hợp với mục tiêu, nội dung, đối tượng, điều kiện thực tiễn.

    B. Chú trọng các phương pháp dạy học tích cực hóa học sinh.

    D. Chú trọng truyền thụ tri thức và huấn luyện kĩ năng thực hành.

    12. Việc đánh giá môn TNXH trong chương trình mới có những điểm gì đáng lưu ý?

    A. Đánh giá vì sự tiến bộ của học sinh.

    B. Coi trọng đánh giá thường xuyên trong quá trình dạy học.

    C. Tập trung đánh giá khả năng tái hiện tri thức của học sinh.

    D. Huy động nhiều lực lượng tham gia đánh giả như học sinh, phụ huynh, giáo viên…

    13. Môn Tự nhiên và xã hội có vị trí như thế nào trong chương trình GDPT năm 2022?

    A. Là môn học trang bị cho học sinh tri thức cơ bản, gần gũi và thiết thực về thể giới tự nhiên, xã hội và con người; tạo cơ sở quan trọng cho việc học tập các môn Khoa học, Lịch sử và địa lí ở tiểu học và các môn khoa học Tự nhiên, Lịch sử và địa lí ở THCS.

    B. Là môn học cung cấp cơ sở quan trọng cho việc hình thành các chuẩn mực hành vi ứng xử trong cuộc sống.

    C. Là môn học tập trung vào hình thành cho học sinh các năng lực cần thiết của con người hiện đại như: tự chủ – tự học, giao tiếp – hợp tác, giải quyết vấn đề – sáng tạo.

    D. Là môn học tập trung vào hình thành các phẩm chất quan trọng cho học sinh, gồm: yêu nước, nhân ái, chăm chỉ, trung thực, trách nhiệm.

    14. Môn Tự nhiên và Xã hội có mối quan hệ mật thiết với nhóm môn học nào cùng cấp tiểu học?

    A. Môn Khoa học, Lịch sử và Địa lí

    B. Môn Khoa học Tự nhiên và Khoa học Xã hội

    C. Môn Tiếng Việt, môn Toán

    D. Môn Đạo đức, môn tin học và công nghệ

    15. Yêu cầu cần đạt nào không phải là năng lực đặc thù mà môn Tự nhiên và Xã hội hướng đến?

    A. Năng lực nhận thức khoa học

    B. Năng lực tìm hiểu môi trường tự nhiên và xã hội xung quanh

    C. Năng lực đánh giá và điều chỉnh hành vi

    D. Năng lực vận dụng kiến thức, kĩ năng đã học vào thực tế cuộc sống

    16. Chương trình môn Tự nhiên và xã hội 2022 có điểm khác biệt nào so với chương trình môn Tự nhiên và xã hội hiện hành?

    D. Nội dung các chủ để không có sự thay đổi.

    17. Nội dung nào trong chương trình môn Tự nhiên và xã hội 2022 đã tinh giảm hơn so với chương trình môn Tự nhiên và xã hội 2000?

    A. Nội dung về đơn vị hành chính và các hoạt động văn hoá, giáo dục, y tế, nông nghiệp, công nghiệp… ở tỉnh, thành phố.

    B. Nội dung về an toàn khi vui chơi ở trường.

    C. Nội dung về chăm sóc và bảo vệ các cơ quan bên trong cơ thể.

    D. Nội dung về đặc điểm bầu trời ban ngày và ban đêm.

    18. Định hướng chung về PPDH để hình thành và phát triển năng lực tìm hiểu môi trường tự nhiên và xã hội trong môn Tự nhiên và Xã hội là gì?

    A. Chú trọng cho học sinh quan sát, đọc tài liệu, điều tra, thí nghiệm, thực hành.

    B. Chú trọng cho học sinh đọc tài liệu và làm việc cá nhân.

    C. Chủ trọng cho học sinh quan sát và làm việc cá nhân.

    D. Chú trọng cho học sinh ghi nhớ kiến thức về tự nhiên và xã hội.

    19. Vai trò của các thiết bị dạy học trong việc đổi mới PPDH môn Tự nhiên và Xã hội là gì?

    A. Đề minh hoạ, làm rõ kiến thức cho học sinh.

    B. Tạo hứng thú học tập cho học sinh.

    C. Là phương tiện để phát triển tư duy, hình thành kiến thức cho học sinh.

    D. Tất cả các phương án trên.

    20. Căn cứ nào để xác định mục tiêu, nội dung và cách thức đánh giá của chương trình môn Tự nhiên và Xã hội?

    A. Dựa vào định hướng chung về đánh giá kết quả giáo dục trong Chương trình GDPT tổng thể.

    B. Dựa vào Mục tiêu, Yêu cầu cần đạt và nội dung của chương trình môn Tự nhiên và Xã hội.

    C. Dựa vào yêu cầu của giáo viên và nhà trường.

    D. Dựa vào yêu cầu của phụ huynh học sinh.

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    Câu 1: Vành đai nào cao nhất – Vành đai nào trên đỉnh cao nhất

    Câu 2: Lưu bông hoa khô héo – Di chuyển chậu hoa khô héo nơi mặt trời đang ở

    Câu 3: Câu đố – Chỉ có 4 mảnh, hãy thử tất cả.

    Câu 4: Ai đang nói dối – Trả lời A

    Câu 5: Bình chọn 5 sao là ổn

    Câu 6: Anh ấy nói gì – Anh yêu em

    Câu 7: Tìm gà trống – Nhấp vào gà trống ở góc dưới bên phải

    Câu 9: Anh ta bị mất điện thoại trong phòng. Giúp anh ta tìm thấy nó ngay lập tức – Lật gối lên

    Câu 10: Cốc nào có nhiều nước hơn – Lấy ra tất cả các vật trong cốc và nhấp vào cốc có nhiều nước nhất

    Câu 11: Ghép nối các biểu tượng cảm xúc với các từ từ iPhone – Ghép mắt với điện thoại

    Câu 12: Săn ma cà rồng – Tắt công tắc đèn bên phải

    Câu hỏi 13: Ai đang nói dối – Nhấp vào cô gái màu tím để nhận ra danh tính, sau đó chọn B

    Câu 14: Logo nào là giả – Logo của Twitter

    Câu hỏi 15: Giúp tôi đánh thức con mèo để đưa nó đi dạo – Chạm vào con mèo bằng hai ngón tay và vuốt qua lại để cho nó thức dậy.

    Câu 16: Bây giờ chúng ta quay bánh xe – Xoay một vòng bánh xe là được.

    Câu 17: Những thứ này không cần thiết – Ống kem đánh răng

    Câu 18: Chạm vào các con vật theo thứ tự này (Lạc đà – Vịt – Hồng hạc – Ngựa vằn – Báo đốm – Iguana) – Chỉ cần chạm theo thứ tự nhưng sau khi hoàn thành Ngựa vằn, bạn nên chạm vào Gấu, sau đó chạm vào kỳ nhông.

    Câu 19: Tìm đối tượng ẩn – Tìm đối tượng ẩn như trong hình.

    Câu 20: Giúp cậu bé nhảy qua vách đá – Lấy hòn đá ở phía bên kia, sau đó đưa sữa cho cậu bé uống và nhấn Jump.

    Câu 21: Có bao nhiêu biểu tượng khuôn mặt khó chịu – 5 trong số chúng

    Câu 22: Có bao nhiêu quả bóng – Có 4 quả bóng, còn lại là 2 quả bóng

    Câu 23: Chuẩn bị sữa dâu – Ném 3 quả dâu tây vào máy xay và nhấn nút máy xay.

    Câu 24: Cách nào an toàn – Chạm vào hang nâu bên ngoài 4 bức tranh.

    Câu 25: Bắt kẻ trộm – Di chuyển xe bên trái và kéo 2 tên trộm đến trước mặt cảnh sát ở góc dưới bên trái. Làm tương tự với 2 tên trộm trong xe bên phải.

    Câu 26: Bạn sẽ chọn cánh cửa nào – Chọn cửa số 1 ở Nam Cực

    Câu 27: Tìm các đối tượng ẩn – Chọn các đối tượng ẩn như trong hình.

    Câu 28: Tìm tất cả các quả bóng màu xanh lá cây và đếm chúng – Trộn các quả bóng màu xanh với quả bóng màu vàng sẽ tạo ra các quả bóng màu xanh lá cây còn lại. Có tổng cộng 4 quả.

    Câu 29: Tìm cá mập – Chọn cá mập ở phía trên bên phải

    Câu 30: Thư giãn khỏi khóc – Chạm vào cửa sổ một vài lần để mở, sau đó gỡ lồng ra khỏi chim.

    Câu 31: Logo nào là chuẩn – Logo của Apple chắc chắn bạn phải biết ngay

    Câu 32: Có bao nhiêu đuôi trên màn hình – Có tất cả 6 cái

    Câu hỏi 33: Bỏ ví vào túi – Thu nhỏ ví để nó nhỏ hơn túi và sau đó nó sẽ tự động nhập.

    Câu 34: Tìm cặp song sinh – Hai con bướm có cánh màu xanh và đỏ.

    Câu 35: Đây là thử nghiệm của tôi. Giúp tôi mua vé xem phim. – Đập heo để tiết kiệm tiền

    Câu 36: Tìm cá voi – Trên mái tóc vàng của cô gái tạo dáng cho bức ảnh đó.

    Câu 37: Giao hàng cho tài xế ngủ quên – Chạm vào cửa sổ kính vài lần, cửa kính mở xuống, vui lòng vuốt đĩa thức ăn cho tài xế.

    Câu 38: Chỉ có một chai nước, tất cả đều trống rỗng. Tìm chai nước đầy – Đặt cả 3 chai vào tủ lạnh và bạn sẽ thấy ngay chai nào chứa đầy nước.

    Câu 39: Ai đang nói dối – Chạm vào câu trả lời mẹ A

    Câu 40: Tôi muốn lấy lại một nửa số quả anh đào – Vẽ một vòng tròn bên bị thiếu.

    Câu 42: Ghép nối các biểu tượng cảm xúc với từ Kính râm – Chạm vào mặt trời sau đó chọn kính.

    Câu 44: Ai là ma cà rồng – Đặt tỏi lên bàn trên người chồng, sau đó chạm vào anh ta.

    Ques 45: Xé hai mảnh giấy vệ sinh – Kéo giấy xuống và xé chúng ra

    Câu 46: Cứu mèo khỏi chó – Phóng to mèo

    Câu 47: Thư giãn và kết nối – Nhấp vào hình ảnh thứ hai từ bên trái.

    Câu 48: Có bao nhiêu mảnh màu xám – Đặt mảnh màu đen vào giữa khớp của hai hình vuông và chọn 6 mảnh.

    Câu 49: Ghép hình – Không quá khó, câu này bạn có thể tự giải quyết.

    Câu 50: Giúp nông dân thu hoạch dâu tây! – Lắc điện thoại để cho dâu rơi.

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    4. Cấu trúc 1 bài học vần gồm những nội dung nào?

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    Chọn đáp án D

    6. Trong mỗi bài học ở sách Tiếng việt tập 1, tập 2 học sinh được học những kỹ năng ngôn

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    D. Học cả 4 kỹ năng: Đọc, viết, nghe, nói

    7. Chọn đáp án B

    6. Chọn đáp án A, B, C

    9. Chọn đáp án D

    10. Chọn đáp án B

    Đáp án trắc nghiệm tập huấn môn Tự nhiên xã hội

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    C. Cấu trúc bài học theo mô hình hoạt động

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    2. Ý kiến nào không thuộc về cấu trúc các dạng bài của SGK Tự nhiên và Xã hội 1.

    A. Dạng bài hình thành kiến thức mới gồm 3 nhóm hoạt động: khởi động, luyện tập,

    vận dụng

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    C. Dạng bài ôn tập gồm 3 nhóm hoạt động: hệ thống hóa kiến thức, xử lí tình huống, tự đánh giá

    D. Cấu trúc bài quan sát thực tế gồm 3 nhóm hoạt động: chuẩn bị, thực hành quan sát, báo cáo kết quả

    3. Điểm mới nào trong SGV Tự nhiên và Xã hội 1 giúp GV xây dựng những định hướng để hình thành và phát triển năng lực phù hợp với đối tượng HS của mình.

    4. Khi tổ chức dạy học dạng bài hình thành kiến thức mới cần lưu ý những điều nào?

    A. Xác định mục đích của hoạt động phù hợp với HS

    B. Lựa chọn phương pháp và kĩ thuật dạy học phù hợp với khả năng thực hiện của HS

    C. Bỏ qua những kiến thức ban đầu, kinh nghiệm đã có của HS

    D. Xác định sản phẩm của hoạt động đa dạng, phù hợp với HS và tương ứng với mục đích hoạt động

    5. Khi tổ chức dạy học dạng bài ôn tập, cần lưu ý những điều nào?

    6. Khi tổ chức dạy học dạng bài thực hành, quan sát thực tế yêu cầu nào sau đây là không cần thiết?

    A. Mỗi HS cần báo cáo kết quả quan sát được

    B. Mỗi HS cần có sản phẩm quan sát dưới hình thức điền phiếu hoặc vẽ tranh

    C. HS biết các nhiệm vụ của mình và thực hiện theo nhiệm vụ được phân công

    D. GV chuẩn bị nội dung quan sát và điều kiện, đồ dùng quan sát an toàn

    7. Ý kiến nào sau đây là sai.

    A. Tăng cường sử dụng các phương pháp dạy học qua trải nghiệm, học qua tìm tòi, khám phá

    B. Sử dụng phương pháp dạy học truyền thống như thuyết trình kết hợp với hình ảnh trực quan và hỏi đáp

    C. Sử dụng các phương pháp truyền thụ một chiều như thuyết trình, đọc chép để HS ghi nhớ được nhiều kiến thức

    D. Sử dụng phối hợp các kĩ thuật dạy học nhằm tích cực hóa hoạt động của HS

    8. Kiểm tra – đánh giá quá trình trong dạy học môn Tự nhiên và Xã hội 1 nhằm mục đích nào sau đây.

    A. Động viên, khuyến khích sự cố gắng trong học tập, rèn luyện của HS

    B. Thay đổi thứ tự xếp loại HS trong một lớp

    C. Thu nhận phản hồi và điều chỉnh quá trình dạy học phù hợp

    D. Đưa ra biện pháp hỗ trợ, giúp đỡ kịp thời những HS chưa đạt chuẩn

    9. Để sử dụng SGK, SGV Tự nhiên và Xã hội 1 hiệu quả trong tổ chức dạy học, các thầy/cô không được làm điều nào sau đây?

    A. Thay đổi thứ tự, thêm, bớt hoạt động trong bài để phù hợp với trình độ HS

    B. Thay đổi các hình ảnh, câu hỏi trong bài sát với thực tế và trình độ HS

    C. Địa phương hóa nội dung, vật liệu học tập để gần gũi với HS

    D. Đảm bảo không thay đổi hoạt động và bỏ sót bất kì hoạt động nào trong bài

    10. Website nào không có các tài liệu hỗ trợ, hướng dẫn GV dạy học môn Tự nhiên và Xã hội 1

    A. Phusongyeuthuong.org hanhtrangso.nxbgd.vn

    C. Phusongyeuthuong.org taphuan.nxbgd.vn

    Đáp án trắc nghiệm tập huấn môn Mĩ thuật

    1. C

    2. B

    3. A

    4. D

    5. C

    6. A

    7. B

    8. D

    9. A 

    10. C

    Đáp án trắc nghiệm tập huấn môn Âm nhạc

    1. B

    2. C

    3. B

    4. B

    5. A

    6. C

    7. A

    8. D

    9. D

    10. G

    Đáp án trắc nghiệm tập huấn môn Giáo dục thể chất

    1. B

    2. E

    3. D

    4. D

    5. D

    6. A

    7. B

    8. D

    9. D

    10. D

    Đáp án trắc nghiệm tập huấn môn Toán

    1. C

    2. B

    3. B

    4. C

    5. B

    6. A

    7. D

    8. D

    9. C

    10. D

    Đáp án trắc nghiệm tập huấn môn Hoạt động trải nghiệm

    1. B

    2. D

    3. A

    4. A

    5. C

    6. A, B, C

    7. B, C, D

    8. A, C, D

    9. A, B, D

    10. A, B, C

    Đáp án trắc nghiệm tập huấn môn Đạo đức

    1. B

    2. C

    3. A

    4. D

    5. B

    6. C

    7. D

    8. C

    9. B

    10. D

    11. D

    12. D

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