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5/10/2022 11:28:14 AM

When he lived in the city, he _____ to theater twice a week.

  • was going
  • used to go
  • has gone
  • uses to go

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

My father used to giving me some advice when I got a problem.

  • giving
  • some
  • when
  • got

Nicky is__________ with being a famous star.

  • boring
  • boredom
  • bored
  • to bore

The party wasn’t very _____, so almost all his friends left early.

  • interested
  • boring
  • bored
  • interesting

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

It was really excited for them to see their idol in person.

  • was
  • excited
  • to see
  • in person

- _________ did you go there ?

- Because I wanted to buy some books.

  • What
  • Why
  • When
  • Where

- “_____ does your Chinese class start?”

- “At half-past seven.”

  • How long
  • What kind
  • How many
  • What time

Choose the correct answer.

- ____ do family members decorate their houses and make Chung cakes?

- They do all those things before Tet.

  • Where
  • When
  • Why
  • How often

All the information we need _____ tomorrow.

  • has been provided
  • will be provided
  • will provide
  • has provided

The picnic _____ because Peter has just had a traffic accident.

 
  • will cancel
  • is going to cancel
  • will be cancelled
  • is cancelled

In the future, high technology _____ women from most housework.

  • will free
  • freed
  • to free
  • free

I promise that I _____ to your party on time.

  • came
  • have come
  • will come
  • am coming

She's not his friend, she's ____.

  • my
  • mine
  • mine friend.

I think I got my notes mixed up with _____.

  • your
  • yours
  • yours notes

The blue car isn't my sister's car. The green one is _____.

  • hers
  • she
  • her
  • ours

Many students work to earn money ________ their parents are rich.

  • however
  • despite
  • although
  • because of

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

He was very tired. However, he agreed to help her with her work.

  • Despite of being very tired, he agreed to help her with her work.
  • He was tired, so he agreed to help her with her work.
  • Though he was very tired, he agreed to help her with her work.
  • Tired though he was, but he agreed to help her with her work.

_____ feeling unwell, she went to school.

  • In spite of
  • Because of
  • Since
  • Although

The students take part in charity activities in their town, _____?

  • do they
  • don't they
  • aren't they
  • are they
You won’t need more money, _____ you?
  • will
  • do
  • are
  • have

- Is Singapore rather crowded?

- No, there are _____ people than in Hong Kong.

  • a lot
  • less
  • fewer
  • much

He always gets _____ presents than his sister on his birthday.

  • a lot of
  • fewer
  • less
  • many

After New Year’s Day, most people _____.

  • do not keep their bad habits
  • spend less money
  • do not remember their promises
  • eat less food

On New Year’s Day, people watch TV because they _____.

  • like to see parades and football matches
  • do not want to be sad
  • want to change their bad habits
  • love flowers

What do people do to wait for midnight?

  • They eat, drink and dance.
  • They ring bells and blow horns.
  • They say “Happy New Year”.
  • They kiss and hug.

On New Year’s Eve, people like to be with friends and family because they want to ________.

  • go to restaurants
  • be happy
  • stay home
  • ring bells

The word “habit” in paragraph 5 means something you _____.

  • do regularly
  • do not like
  • want to do
  • do not have

On New Year’s Day, people ________.

  • go to work
  • visit new places
  • get up late
  • stay at home

How many people go to Times Square on New Year’s Eve?

  • 1,000
  • 10,000
  • 100,000
  • 1,000,000

The word “alone” in paragraph 2 means ________.

  • tired
  • happy and excited
  • with no others
  • sad and bored

What is the most suitable title for this passage?

  • New Year’s Eve
  • New Year’s Day
  • Tournament of Roses Parade
  • New Year’s Celebrations

Read the text and answer the questions below.

Five, four, three, two, one! Happy New Year! It is twelve o’clock midnight. The year ends. A new one begins. Some people are happy. Some people are sad. Everyone thinks about the past year and the next year.

New Year’s Eve is December 31. It is the night before New Year’s Day. People like to be with friends and family. They do not want to be alone. They want to be happy. Many people go to parties or restaurants. Everyone waits for midnight. They eat, drink, and dance. At midnight, people ring bells and blow horns. People say, “Happy New Year!” They kiss and hug.

The biggest New Year’s Eve celebration is in New York City. A million people go to Times Square. They wait for the new year. Famous singers sing to the crowd. Many people stay awake until two or three o’clock in the morning.

January 1 is New Year’s Day. It is a national holiday. People do not work. They stay at home. Many Americans watch television on New Year’s Day. In the morning, they watch the Tournament of Roses Parade. Everything in the parade has flowers. After the parade, they watch college football games.

On New Year’s Day, many Americans decide to change their bad habits. Some promise to spend less money. Some promise to eat less food. Most people forget about their promises.