- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 1: A Day In The Life Of Có Đáp Án- Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 2: School Talks Có Đáp Án- Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 3: People’s Background Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 4: Special Education Có Đáp Án- Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 5: Technology And You Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 6: An Excursion Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 7: The Mass Media Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 8: The Story Of My Village Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 9: Undersea World Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 10: Conservation Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 11: National Parks Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 12: Music Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 13: Film and Cinema Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 14 The World Cup Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 15 Cities Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
- Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 16 Historical Place Có Đáp Án – Mai Lan Hương
Bài Tập Tiếng Anh 10 Unit 14: The World Cup Có Đáp Án-Mai Lan Hương. Các bạn xem bài tập có key ở dưới để cũng cố kiến thức và ôn tập một cách hiệu quả.
UNIT 14 THE WORLD CUP
I. Circle the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others.
1. a. cup b. continent c. competition d. center
2. a. general b. dangerous c. engine d. guest
3. a. musician b. difficult c. special d. ocean
4. a. goal b. game c. gymnast d. group
5. a. knife b. keyboard c. knee d. knock
6. a. example b. excited c. existence d. exactly
7. a. school b. chemistry c. Christmas d. championship
8. a. concert b. score c. picture d. compete
9. a. globe b. organize c. engineer d. great
10. a. ticket b. kick c. know d. weak
II. Complete the passage with the correct form of the verb in. the box.
kick be play score remember excite
Bobby -Wharton was an English football player who(1) ......... Manchester United (1954 - 1973) and England. He (2) .......... for England, more than any other player. although his(3) ..........(4) .......... midfield, between the attack and defence. He is best for the (5) .......... goals he scored by the ball very hard from a long distance outside the goal area (6) .............
III. Complete these sentences with the appropriate words.
I think the final ........... was 3-1.
The Czech Republic Holland 2-1, so they are in the semi-final.
Bayern Munich ......... with AC Milan last night.
Thousands packed into the ............. to watch the final.
Many of the ............. ran onto the pitch after the game.
Paris St German will play the ............. of the game be between Barcelona and Roma.
With the victory over Germany in the final match, Brazil became team to win the ............ five times.
The 2006 World Cup was ...........by Germany.
IV. Complete the sentences with will + one of these verbs: be (2). get, like, play, meet, pass, travel, win.
I. Keep calm!. I think Manchester ........... the game.
Don't worry about your exam. I'm sure you ...........
Why don't you try on this dress? It .......... nice on
You must meet George sometime. I think you
It's raining. Don't go out. You ............ wet.
They've invited me to their house. They ............"offended if I do
Good bye. I expect we ............ again before long.
I've invited Sue to the party but I don't think she .................
It now seems unlikely that Webb ........... in the match against
I think one day people ............. to Mars.
V. Choose will or be going to, whichever is correct or more likely. one of these verbs: collapse, eat, enter; explode, have, increase. paint, phone, re-open, retire, see, show, be sick, walk.
Get out of the building! It sounds like the generator ..........
Tim early before he reaches 65. He mantic at the meeting recently.
3. 'I think I .............home across the park." 'That's a good
Next year, no doubt, more people ........ as the prize money increases.
'Can we meet at 10.00 outside the station?' `Okay. I
Don't sit on that bench. 1 ................
I'm not feeling well. In fact, I think. I ..................
'Closed. over the New Year period. This office ......... on 2nd
I'm sure you ............ a good time staying with
We ............... with Tim tonight. He's asked us to be there at 7...
'The 2.35 to Bristol .......... from plat form 5.'
I wouldn't walk across that old bridge if I were you. It looks like
13. 1 read in the paper that they ........... the price of gas again.
14. Do you like my new solar watch? Here I ........you how it works.
15. 'Dr Jackson isn't in his office at the moment.' 'In that case. I................... him at home.
VI. Complete the conversations. Put in will or be going to with the verbs.
1 . A: Are you two going out?
B: Yes, why?
It just said on the radio that ........... (it/ snow).
Oh, did it? ............. (I/ take) my big coat then.
D: Good idea. So ............. (I).
2. A: We've run out of biscuits.
B: Yeah, I know. .................... (I/ get) some this afternoon. I’ve got them on my list.
3. A: Jenny's had her baby.
B: Really? That's wonderful! .......... (I/ send) her some flowers. ............(I/ visit) her this afternoon. .............(I/ give) them to her for you if you want.
4: A: Casablanca is on at the Arts Cinema this week.
Yes..................(I/ see) it with Roger.
5. A: I haven't got a clean shirt.......................... (you/ wash) one for me?
B: No, ....................(I/ not). You can do Your own washing.
6. A: I haven't got enough money to get home.
B: OK. ....................(I/ lend) you some if you like. How much do you want?
A: Two pounds is enough. Thanks a lot. ................... (I/ give) . It back tomorrow
7. A: What.............................. (you/ buy) Jill for her birthday? B:ACD.
She hasn't got a CD player.
Oh..................... (I/ buy) her a record, then.
8. A: Hello. Where are you going?
B: To my evening class. I'm learning Swedish. And next week ........... (I/ have) a chance to speak it for real. ......... (I/ go) to Sweden for three weeks.
VII. Complete the news report. Use will, be going to, and present tenses.
The Maxi-Shop company (1).............(build) a huge new shop-ping center in the edge of Willingham, it was announced yesterday. There (2)..........(be) at least three hundred shops, including some big rent stores. When the project is complete, there (3) .................(be) hundreds of new jobs for local people But not everyone is happy. ‘We (4).......... (fight) this plan,' said a spokesperson for the lo- cal Environment Group. 'Just think what (5)............ (happen) to our countryside. When the shopping malls have covered the whole country there (6) .........(be) no green fields left. So we (7).......... (hold) a protest meeting tomorrow evening at the town hall. It (8) ..........(star) at half past seven.' Owners of shops in the town center are also unhappy. ‘the new center (9) ...........(take) our customers away,' said one of them.
Choose the correct answer.
1. 'Excuse me, waiter! This isn't what I ordered. I ordered a chicken `Sorry, sir. I ........ this back and get your salad.'
a. am taking b. will take c. am going to take d. take
2. 'Robert ............ famous someday. He has appeared in three movies ready.' `1'm sure he .......... a star.
a. will be/ will be. b. will be/ is going to be
c. is/ will be d. is going to. be/ will be
3. The Taylors ............ on a cruise around the Mediterranean to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary.
a. are going to go b. will go c. are going d. go
4. If coastal erosion continues to take place at the present rate, in another years this beach ............ anymore.
a. doesn't exist b. isn't going to exist
c. isn't existing d. won't be
5. Scientists are predicting that the disease ......... over half a million over the next ten years.
a. Will affect b. is affecting c. is going to affect d. is to affect.
6. !Could someone help me lift the lawnmower into the pickup truck-. `I'm not busy. I .......... you.'
a. help b. will help c. am going to help d. am
7. 'Can I borrow your car?' `Sure. You can borrow the car provided that you .......... it back be o’clock.'
a. bring b. is bringing c. will bring d. is to
8. .......... anything tomorrow evening?' `No, I'm free. Why?'
a. Will you do b. Are you doing c. Do you do d. Won't you do
9. 'Would you like tea or coffee?' 'Oh, I .......... coffee, please.'
a. am going to have b. have c. will have d. am having
10. you have a piece of cake'?' `Thank you.'
a. Do b. Would c. Can d. Will
11. 'Well, I'd better hurry. My lesson .............. at half past seven, and it's twenty five past now.' `OK. Let's go.'
a. starts b. will start c. is starting d. is going to start
'Why did you buy so many tomatoes`?' `I ......... a lot of spaghetti sauce.'
a. will make b. am going to make c. make d. am making
Although it is a problem only in Britain at the moment,/ think it the rest of the Europe soon;
a. affects b. will affect c. is going to affect d. is to affect
The firework display, part of the city's centenary celebrations, ............ place on the 21st August in Cannon Park.
a. will take b. is taking c. takes d. is going to take
'Wow! This suitcase is heavy,' `I ......... it for you. Give it to me.'
a. will carry b. am carrying c. am going to carry d. carry
IX. Read the conversation between Ail and Leila. Choose the right alternative.
Ali : Our college football team (1) ................is just inning./ has just won the Cup.
Leila : What? .(2) ............ Have you beaten/ Did you beat Selinka yesterday?
Ali : No, but at least we (3) ............ draw/ drew: two all.
Leila : That's very good. Do you know, (4) .............. I've never seen/ never saw your team play yet!
Ali :Why don't you go with me next Saturday? They (5) .......... will play/ are playing Centralon Junior College.
Leila : That's a good idea. (6) .......... I'd like/ I like to go.
Ali : They're good. They (7) ................ didn't lose/ haven't lost a match in the last fifteen games.
Leila : (8) .......... Will/ Does Victor Kilimis .still play for Centralon?
Ali :Yes, but unfortunately (9) ......... he's hurting/ he's hurt his leg and can't play for a month.
Leila : What a pity! I think (10) .......... he's/ he'll be a very good player.
Ali : He is, but someone (11) ............ has kicked/ kicked his leg in yesterday's match against Selinka.
X. Choose the word or phrase that best tills in each blank.
Football is the most popular sport in Britain. (1) ......... amongst men. it is played by boys in most schools. Most towns have an (2)......... football which plays in a minor league. Football is also the most popular (3) .......... sport in Britain. Many people go to see their favorite professional tem (4) .............. at home, and some go to away matches. Many (5).............people watch football on television.
The (6) .......... of football are relatively simple: Two teams of 11 played try to get a round ball into the opposing team's (7) ......... and to prevent opponents from (8)............The ball may be kicked or headed, but never handled except by the (9) ........... . The Football Association was (10) ............ in 1863 to decide the rules of football and the resulting game became known formally as (11)........ football. It is sometimes also called (12)............ Many of today’s leading clubs ere established shortly afterwards.
1. a. frequently b. particularly c. exactly
a. unpaid b. professional c. amateur d. unskillful
a. spectator b. audience c. viewer d. observe
a. kicking b. taking c. running d. playing
5. a. of b. the c. rules d. more
6. a. regulations b. rear c. principles d. area
7. a. midfield b. playing c. goal d. scoring
8. a. kicking b: midfields c. running d. defend
9. a. goalkeepers b. created c. forwards d. found
10. a. found b. association c. associational. d. associating
11. a. associated b. ruby c. soccer d. football
12. a. sport begun
TEST FOR UNIT 14
A. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others.
a. cup b. runner c. stadium d. fun
a. team b. beat c. defeat d. great
a. honour b. hero c. held d. happy
a. qualify b. final c. trophy d. title
a. champion b. character c. mach d. cheerful
a. tournament b. south c. around d. founded
B. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
a. championship b. tournament c. committee d. continent
a. professional b. international c. ambassador d. retirement
a. trophy b. promote c. attract d. compete
a. final b. title c. stadium d. eliminate
a. competitor b. participant c. volunteer d. announcer.
II. VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSION
Choose the word or phrase - a, b, c, or d - that best completes the sentences or substitutes for the underlined word or phrase.
1. Britain has not lifted the since it last hosted the event.
a. prize b. award c. trophy d. victory
2. The loser will be out of the
a. round b. tournament c. meeting d. tour
They were the first Turkish team to win a major cup
a. contest b. challenge c. champion d. competition
Viscount ........ one goal himself and made two for Lupo.
a. made b. kicked c. scored d. played
The ........was injured so a defender had to go in goal.
a. attacker b. goal-scorer c. opponent d. goalkeeper
How many countries took part in the first World Cup?
a. interested b. participated c. competed d. cooperated
Brazil's first game will be against Italy, the defending
a. championship b. champions c. teams d. matches
Our team was narrowly ......... in the final.
a. composed b. won c. competed d. defeated
He shared the honor of being the season's, top with Andy Cole.
a. winner b. player C. scorer d. kicker
The tournament is to be jointly hosted by India. Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
a. combining many people or groups
b. connecting two or more people or groups
c. becoming a group of people.
d. involving two or more people or groups
The match was eventually won on
a. penalties b. goals c. draw d. score
Deportivo clinched the game of the with a goal in the final seconds of the last season.
a. match b. event c. champion d. title
She brought ............... to her country as an Olympic medal-winner.
a. victory b. champion c. promotion d. honors
Over 25,000 fans applause both teams off the .................
a. stadium b. field c. ground d. yard
Scotland met Wales in the final at Twickenham.
a. at the end b. in the closing, match
c. in the last match d. in the decisive match
Ill. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE
A. Choose the word or phrase - a, b, c, or d - that best completes the sentence
The cup will ..................... to the winning team by the president himself.
a. present b. be presenting c. have presented d. be presented
The World Cup is...................for its clash of football cultures.
a. fascinate b. fascinating c. fascinated d. being fascinate:
Obscene football chants.........................their children to matches.
a. stop people to take b. make people stop to take
c. stop people taking d. make people take
Manchester United..................a home game this week.
a. will play b. are playing c. are to play d. play
He's hoping...................... before next week's game with Liverpool.
a. fit b. fitting c, to fit d. to be fit
I ................ to a football match this evening. Would you like to come’ Yes, I'd love to. What time
a. go/ does it start b. am going/ will it start
c. am going/ doe S it start d. will go/ is it started
1 think Germany..................... the gold cup in the 2006 World Cup.
a. will win b. is winning c. is going to win d. wins
The team ................... ready for the next year's World Cup clash with Italy
a. will be b. are c. will being d. are going al
Vega scored an unfortunate own goal when he slipped as he tried ................... the ball
a. clearing b. to clear c. and cleared d. clear
The World Cup ..................... every four years.
a. was held b. have held c. holds d. is held
Apparently, they................... a stadium that................... over 50,000 spectators in the t,
a. will build/ will seat b. are going to build/ will seat
c. are building/ seats d. will build/ is seating
12. Liverpool gained a ............... 5-4 win over Glenavon.
a. thrill b. thrilled c. thriller d. thrilling
13. Td love to watch the final, but I haven't got a ticket. Well, I've got two free tickets to the match. I……………you one.'
a. am going to give b. give c. am giving d. will give
14. ......... from Owen won the game for Liverpool.
a. Late goal b. A later goal c. A late goal d. Later goal
15. We ................. football together when we were kids.
a. played b. have played c. had played d. were playing
B. Identify the one underlined word or phrase - A, B, C or D - that must be changed for the sentence to be correct.
1. The government is trying to tackle violent on the football terraces.
A B C D
2. An extra-time penalty gave Barcelona a last gasp winner over Chelsea.
A B C D
3. People throughout the world will be watching, the big match on the television.
A B C D
4. I imagine the stadium is going, to be full for the match on Saturday.
A C B D
5. The sky is getting really dark and it'll storm.
A B C D
6. The final match starts at 7:30, so I think I go.
A B C D
7. We are come to study tonight until we will finish this chapter.
A B C D
8. The ball flew through the bar into the sea of Middles rough fans.
A B C D
9. Jan has finished school by next summer, so we're going to visit her.
A B C D
10. Carlos Dominguez placed the ball careful in front of the goal mouth and suddenly turned, ran
A B C D
Choose the appropriate response to each of requests and offers.
1. Lorna. would you please drive me to class today? My car won't start.
a. Yes, I would. b. I'd be glad to. c. No, I wouldn’t
Would you mind lending me five dollars? I'm getting paid tomorrow.
a. Not at all. b. Yes. c. No, I don't mind
Mike, can you take these books back to the library for me? I'm running late.
a. I'm late too. Sorry. b. No, I can't. c. Never mind.
Could you lock the door on your way out? My hand are full.
a. Yes, I could. b. Sure. c. do.
Can you turn the radio down? I need to study for my math quiz this morning
a. Certainly. b. Not at all. c. Yes, I can.
Will you pick up some milk on the way home this afternoon?
a. No, I won't. b. Sorry. I'll be at work until 8:00. c. Id love
Won't you have something to drink?
a. No, I won't. b. Not at all. c. Not for me, thank you
Would you like a bed for the night?
a. I've no idea b. Oh, that's very kind of you c. Good idea.
V. READING COMPREHENSION.
A. Choose the correct word or words to complete the dialogue;
Over the (1)..............25 years football has not only taken (2)...........as the, world's major game in an ephemeral world (3) ........ has also blossomed other (4) ........of society, commerce and politics. Football, more than (5) .........other factor, has enveloped (6) ........regions, people and nations. With (7) .........two hundred million active players it now (8)...........stantial chunk of the leisure industry, having opened up new markets for (9 )..............and for the rest of .the business (10) .............
1. a. past b. pass c. late d. recent
2. a. origin b. place C. root d. cause
3. a. and b. but c. that d. then
4. a. sides b. ways c. sections d. branches
5. a. the b. any c. some d. several
6. a. full b. through c. large d. whole
7. a. approximately b. totally c. accurately d. complete.
8. a. attracts b. comprises e. constitutes d. contacts
9. a. it b. itself c. they d. themselves
10. a. industry b. matters c. affairs d. world
B. Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answers.
No other sporting event captures the world's imagination like the FIFA World Cup. Ever since the first tentative competition in Uruguay in 1930, FIFA's flagship has constantly grown in popularity and prestige.
A group of visionary French football administrators, led in the 1920s by the innovative Jules Rimet, are credited with the original idea of bringing the world's strongest national football teams together to compete for the title of World Champions. The original gold trophy bore Jules Rimet's name and was contested three times in the 1930s, before the Second World War put a 12-year stop to the competition:
When it resumed, the FIFA World Cup rapidly advanced to its undisputed status as the greatest single sporting event of the modern world. Held since 1958 alternately in Europe and the Americas, the World Cup broke new ground with the Executive Committee's decision in May 1996 to select Korea and Japan as co-hosts for the 2002 edition.
Today, the FIFA World Cup holds the entire global public under its spell. An accumulated audience of over 37 billion people watched the France 98 tournament, including approximately 1.3 billion for the final alone, while over 2.7 million people flocked to watch the 64 matches in the French stadia.
After all these years and so many changes, however, the main focus of the FIFA World Cup remains the same the glistening golden trophy, which is the embodiment of every footballer's ambition.
1 . The first World Cup tournament was. Held in ...........
a. 1920 b. 1930 c. 1958 d. 1996
Who are believed to be responsible for the ........ idea of competing for the title of World Champions?
a. Jules Rimet.
b. French football administrators.
c. The FIFA.
d. The Executive Committee.
The FIFA World Cup .............
a. bore Jules Rimet's name.
b. was held three times in the 1930.
c. resumed in 1958.
d. was halted by the outbreak of the war.
The 2002. World Cup ............
a. was the first World Cup held in Asia.
b. was decided in May 1996.
c. was held in Korea in cooperation with Japan.
d. broke a new ground.
How many .people watch the France 98 tournament?
a. 37 billion 3 billion c. 2.7 billion d. 41 billion
Which of the following is not true?
The golden trophy represents footballer's ambition.
The FIFA World Cup is the greatest sporting event in the world.
The 2002 World Cup was held jointly by Korea and Japan.
The focus of the FIFA World Cup has changed little since the first come petition was held in 1930.
Choose the sentence that best says for each of the situation.
1. Express your instant decision to take a taxi.
a. I'll take a taxi. b. I'm going to take a taxi.
c. I'm taking a taxi. d. I'll be taking a taxi.
2. Express your intention to look round the town.
a. I'll look round the town. b. I'm going to look round
c. I'm looking round the town. d. I might look round the
3. Express the idea that the timetable shows the start of the term on 6 September
The term will- be started on 6 September.
The term is going to start on 6 September.
The term is starting -on 6 September.
The term starts on 6 September.
4. Predict a world war in five years' time.
a. he a world war in five years'. time.
There must be a world war in five years' time.
There is a world war in five years' time.
There'll have been a world war in five years' time.
5. Express the idea that you and Judy have arranged a game of tennis for tomorrow.
a. Judy and I will play tennis tomorrow.
b. Judy and I are playing tennis tomorrow.
c. Judy and I will be playing tennis tomorrow.
d. Judy and I play tennis tomorrow.
6. Warn your passenger about the car crashing.
a. We will be crashed! b. We're going to crash!
c. The car is crashing! . d. The car will crash!
7. Offer your visitor a cup of tea.
a. Why don't you have a cup of tea?
b. Could you have a cup of
c. Would you mind having a cup of tea?
d. Will you have a cup of tea'.
I. Choose the words that best answer the following questions.
Which of the following words is stressed on the first syllable?
a. musician b. cartoon
c. audience d. competition
Which of the following words is stressed on the second syllable?
a. championship b. detective
c. volunteer d. tournament
Which of the following words is stressed on the third syllable?
a. professional b. popularity c. elimination d. discoveries
Which of the following words contains a different vowel sound?
a. music b. disgusting c. funny d. cup
5. Which of the following words contains the sound /k/?
a. change b. character c. champion d. cheer
II. Choose the word or phrase - a, b, c, or d - that best completes each sentence.
6. She listens to classical music for ..................
a. rest b. ease c. happiness d. relaxation
7. In this film, the main..............is young, clever and comes from a very rich background.
a. actor b. director c. character d. composer
8. The Maracana ......... in Brazil is the biggest in the world. It holds over 100,000 people.
a. court b. stadium c. club d. cinema
9. The crowd .......... loudly as the goalkeeper made a brilliant save.
a. applauded b. consoled c. laughed d. cheered
10. The heroine dies in the closing ....... of the film.
a. sequence b. time c. range d. string
11. Germany was defeated by Brazil in the final. Germany was the ............ in the 2002 World Cup.
a. champion b. winner c. runner-up d. second rank
12. Counselling can teach people to handle negative ........ such as fear and anger.
a. passions b. emotions c. rejuvenations d. appearances
13.I think the................for the title between the best teams in the country will be very fierce,
a. competing. b. competitive c. competence d. competition
14. Ludwig Van Beethoven was one of the great ...... in the history of music
a. conductors b. pianists c. composers d. musicians
15. Jazz was so popular .............. the 1920s that the decade is sometimes called the Jazz Age.
a. on b. at c. by d. in
III. Choose the correct answer - a, b, c, or d that best completes sentence.
16. 'Who'd like to take the VCR back to the visual aids room? Any volunteers?" I ......... it.'
a. do b. will do c. am going to do d. am doing
17. The hostages must be very .......... people.
a. frightened b. frightening c. frighten d. frightful
18. Tomorrow, ABC television ............ almost the entire day to programs first broadcast in the 1950s.
a. will devote b. is devoting c. is going to devote d. de%
19. Timson .......... 13 films and I think her latest is the best.
a. made . b. had made c. has made d. was making
20. The film .................. again by popular request. .
a. is showing b. has shown c. is being shown d. is shown
21. ............people trying to get into the football stadium.
a. There were too much b. There were too many
c. It was too many d. There was too many
22. .......... to soothing music before bedtime provides good relaxation.
a. To listen b. Listening c. Be listened d. Listen
23. The cast had to rehearse the scene over and over again until the director……………
a. was satisfied finally b. was finally satisfying
c. was finally satisfied d. finally satisfied
24. My music teacher urged me .......... the violin even though I was having such a hard time with it.
a. not to give up b. not give up c. didn't give up d. no giving up
25. There is every reason to believe that Beethoven..................in the next century.
a. still being popular b. is still popular
c. is still going to be popular d. will still popular
IV. Identify the one underlined word or phrase A, B, C or D - that be changed for the sentence to be correct.
26. Woody Guthrie wrote thousands of songs during her lifetime, many of them became classic folk
A B C D
27. American soprano Kathleen Battle taught music in elementary school before beginning the
A B C
career as a profeddional singer.
28. The music lover followed his instinct and collection only music that he enjoyed.
A B C D
29. The gala dinner was held to celebrate the world premiere of the film.
A B C D
30. Even though his great fame, the directory was friendly and unapproachable.
A B C D
31. The film ‘Titanic’ is based in the true story of the Titanic disaster that occurred in 1912.
A B C D
32. Football became popular in the US in the last few years.
A B C D
33. What was fascinated to me was the way the creatures moved
A B C D
34. It was the British which scooped the honors at last night's Oscars.
A B C D
35. Every night, Chester prefers to relaxation and forget the workday by indulging his urge to listen
A B C
to his favorite music
V Choose the one option - a, b, c or d - that best completes the passage.
American folk music (36) ......... with ordinary rural population was isolated and music was not (37) .............. spread by radio, records, or music videos: It was (38) ......... by oral tradition and is noted for its energy, humor, and emotional (39) ...............The major source of early American folk songs was .music from the British Isles, but songs from Africa (40) .............. songs of the American Indians have significant part n its heritage. Later settler from other countries also contributed songs. In the nineteenth century, (41) ..........Steven Foster wrote some of the most enduring popular of all American songs, (42) .......... soon became part of the folk tradition. Beginning in the 1930s, Woody Guthrie gained great popularity by adapting (43) ............melodies and lyrics and supplying new ones as well. In the 1950s and 1960, singe- composers such as Peter Seeger, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez this tradition by (44)..........'urban' folk music. Many of these songs (45) .......... important social issues, such as radical integration and the war in Vietnam.
36: a. began b. discovered c. derived d. origin
a. ever b. yet c. already d. only
38. a. transmitted b. broadcasted c. transferred d. sent out
39. a. contact b. sense c. impact d. force
40. a. like b. as c. as well as d. add
41. a. writer b. composer c. musician d. conductor
42. a. that b. these c. who d. which
43. a. tradition b. traditional c. tradition d. traditionalized
44. a. making b: composing c. developing d. creating
45. a. shared out b. set up c. dealt with d. put on
VI. Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answers.
Probably the most famous film commenting on twentieth-century tech-neology is Modem Times, made in 1936. Charlie Chaplin was motivated to make the film by a reporter who, while interviewing him, happened to describe working conditions in industrial Detroit. Chaplin was told that health young farm boys were lured to the city to work on automotive assembly lines. Within four or five years, these young men's health was destroyed by the stress work in the factories.
The film opens with a shot of a mass of sheep making their way crowded ramp. Abruptly the scene shifts to a scene of factory workers job thing one another on their way to a factory. However, the rather bitter criticism in the implied comparison is not sustained. It is replaced by a gentler note of satire. Chaplin prefers to entertain rather than Probably the most famous film commenting on twentieth-century technology is Modern Times, made in 1936. lecture.
Scenes of factory interiors account for only one third of the footage of Modern Times, but they contain some of the most pointed social commentary as well as the most comic situations. No one who has seen the film can ever forget Chaplin vainly trying to keep pace with the fast-moving conveyor belt almost losing his mind in the process. Another popular scene involves an automatic feeding machine brought to the assembly line so that workers need not interrupt their labor to eat. The feeding machine malfunctions, hurling food at Chaplin who is strapped into his position on the assembly line and can not escape. This serves to illustrate people's utter helplessness in the face of machines that are meant to serve their basic needs.
Clearly, Modern Times has its faults, but it remains the best film treating technology within a social context. It does not offer a radical social message. but it does accurately reflect the sentiments of many who feel they arc victims of an over-mechanized world.
46. The author's main purpose in writing this passage is to ……………
criticize the factory system of the 1930s.
analyze an important film.
explain Chaplin's style of acting.
discuss how film reveals the benefits of technology.
47. According to the passage, Chaplin got the idea for the film Modern Times from…………..
a. a newspaper article. b. a scene in a movie.
c. a job he had once held. d. a conversation with a reporter.
48. It can be inferred from the passage that two thirds of the film Modern Times …………..
a. is extremely unforgettable.
b. takes place outside a factory.
c. is more critical than the other third.
d. entertains the audience more than the other third.
49. According to the passage, the purpose of the scene involving the feeding machine is to show people's ………………
a. ingenuity b. adaptability c. helplessness d. independence
50. The author would probably use all of the following words to describe the film Modern Times
a. revolutionary b. entertainment c. memorable d. satirical
I. 1. center 3. difficult 5. keyboard 7. championship 9. engineer
2. guest 4. gymnast 6. excited 8. concert 10. known
II. 1. score/result 3. drew 5. spectators/viewers 7. trophy
2. beat/ defeated 4. stadium 6. winner 8. hosted in .
III.1. will win 3. will be 5. will get 7. will meet . 9. will play
2. will pass 4. will like 6. will be 8. will come 10. will travel
IV. 1. is going to explode 6. am going to paint 11. wiil.leave
2. is going to retire 7. am going to be sick 12. is going to collapse
3. will walk 8. will re-open 13. are going to increase
4. will enter 9. will have 14. will show
5. will see 10. are going to eat 15. will phone
V. 1. it’s going to snow - I’ll take - will I 5. Will you wash - 1 won’t
2. I’m going to get 6. I’ll lend - I’ll give
3. I’ll send - I’m going to visit – I’ll give 7. are you going to buy - I’ll buy
4. I’m going to see 8. I’ll have - I’m going
VI. 1. is going to build 4. are going to fight 7. are holding
2. will be 5. is going to happen 8. starts
3. will be 6. will be 9. will take
VII. 1. b 2. d 3. c 4. b 5. a 6. b 7. a 8. b 9. c 10. d
11. a 12. b 13. b 14. b 15. a
VIII. 1. has just won 4. I’ve never seen 7. haven’t lost 10. he’s
2. Did you beat 5. are playing 8. Does 11. kicked
3. drew 6. Fd like 9. he’s hurt
IX. 1. finalists 4. competitive 7. elimination 10. retirement
2. championship 5. participation 8. vitor
3. sportsmanship. 6. attractive 9. popularity
X. 1. b 2. c 3. a 4. d 5. c 6. b 7. c 8. d 9. a 10. d 11. b 12. c
XI. 1. The World Cup, which is an international football tournament, is held every four years.
2. It is considered the most popular sporting event in the world.
3. More than a billion people around the world watch the World Cup on television.
4. It was not until 1930 that the first World Cup was held with just 13 teams.
5. The 2002 World Cup was first held in Asia by Japan and Korea.
6 With the victory over France in the final match, Italy became the champion of the 2006 World Gup.
7. Pelé is considered one of the greatest football players of all time.
8. By 1974, Pelé had scored 1,200 goals and became a Brazilian national hero.
TEST FOR UNIT 14
I. A. 1. c 2. d 3. a 4. c 5. d 6. a
B. 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. d 5. c
II. 1. c 2. b 3. d 4. c 5. d 6. b 7. b 8. d 9. c 10. d 11. a
12. d 13. d 14. b 15. c
III. A. 1. d 2. b 3. c 4. b 5. d 6. c 7. a 8. b 9. b 10. d 11. b
12. d 13. d 14. c 15. a
B. 1. c (violence) 4. b (will) 7. d (finish) 10. b (carefully)
2. c (win) 5. d (it’s going to) 8. b (over)
3. b (television) 6. d (will go) 9. a (will finish)
IV. 1. b 2. a. 3. a 4. b 5. a 6. b 7. c 8. b
V.A. 1. a 2. c 3. b 4. a 5. a 6. d 7. a 8. c 9.b 10.d
B. 1. b 2. b 3. d 4. a 5. a 6. d
VI. 1. a 2.d 3. d 4. a 5. b 6. b 7. d
I. 1.c 2. b 3. b 4. a 5. b
II. 6. d 7. c 8. b 9. d 10. a 11. c 12. b 13. d 14. c 15. d
III .16. b 17. a 18. b 19. c 20. d 21. b 22. b 23. c 24. a 25. b
IV. 26. c (which) 29. a (A) 32. b (has become)
27. c (her career) 30. a (Despite/In spite of) 33. b (fascinating)
28.c (collected) 31. a (on) 34. b (who) 35. b (relax)
V. 36. d 37. b 38. a 39. c 40. c 41. b 42. d 43. b 44. d 45. c
VI. 46. b 47. d 48. b 49. c 50. a