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Choose the correct preposition to fill in the blank:
Mosquitoes are more attracted _____ blue color than any other colors.

  • to
  • with
  • in
  • at

According _____the Oxford dictionary, the word “Set” has the most number _____ definitions, which is about 464 definitions.

  • to/ of
  • at/ of
  • in/ on
  • to/on

Which tense does the sentences use?

Wonder where all your toys come from? Well 80% of them are made in China. They had to build heaps of factories to keep up with the demand. So go take a look at some of your toys and see how many are made in China. Bet it will be most of them.

  • past tense
  • present tense
  • future tense
  • present continuous

Put the words and phrases in the right order to make meaningful sentences:

will / 20 years’ time / All / done/ housework / by / our/ robots / be / in/.

  • All housework by 20 years’ time will be done in our robots.
  • All our robots will be done in housework by 20 years’ time.
  • All our housework will be done by robots in 20 years’ time.
  • All housework be in 20 years’ time will done by our robots
Choose the correct word to fill in the blank:
Ha Noi is famous for many historical sites ……. Hoan Kiem Lake, Temple of Literature or Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.
  • such as
  • such like
  • sample
  • example

Read the passage and answer the question:

Artists use color to create patterns. Color can also show different moods. Bright colors make us feel happy and energetic. Dark colors make us feel calm or sad.

The primary colors are red, yellow, and blue. They are the colors that can be mixed together to make different colors. Mixing two primary colors makes a secondary color. The secondary colors are orange, green, and violet (purple). Orange is made by mixing yellow and red. Green is made by mixing yellow and blue. Violet is made by mixing red and blue. Intermediate colors can be made by mixing a primary and a secondary color together. Some intermediate colors are blue violet and red orange. Black, white, and gray are special colors. They are called neutral colors.

(k5learning.com)

What are the secondary colors?

  • Red, yellow, and blue
  • Orange, green, and violet
  • Black, white, and gray
  • Yellow and red

Read the passage and answer the question:

Mrs. Williams is very proud of her house because it is always clean and tidy. But one day, while she was sweeping the carpets, she saw a little mouse run across her dining-room floor! She had always told other people that mice are found only in dirty houses, so she was terribly ashamed when she saw a mouse in her own house. She quickly called her daughter and said to her, 'A terrible thing has happened! I saw a mouse in our dining-room a few minutes ago. We must catch it at once! Go down to the village shop and buy a mouse-trap - but, whatever you do, don't tell anybody what it is for!'

(Intermediate Stories for Reproduction - First Series, L.A. Hill).

Why Mrs. Williams feel very proud of her house?

  • Because it is always clean and tidy.
  • Because it is very dirty and messy.
  • Because it is beautiful.
  • Because it is a gift from her parents.

Read the passage and answer the question:

Christopher Columbus was born in Genoa, Italy, in 1451. While spending most of his early years at sea, Columbus began to believe that he could find a shortcut to the Indies by sailing west across the Atlantic Ocean. Unfortunately, the king of Portugal refused to finance such a trip, and Columbus was forced to present his idea to the king and queen of Spain. In 1492, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella agreed to pay for his trip. They gave him a crew and three ships: the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. Columbus sailed about the Santa Maria. The trip was long and hard. Many sailors grew restless and wanted to turn around. After two months at sea, land was finally sighted. The ships docked on the island of Hispaniola. Columbus named the native people he saw “Indians” because he believed he had found the shortcut he was looking for. In actuality, Columbus found North America, a brand new continent at that time. Columbus, however, couldn’t be convinced. He died with the belief he had found the shortcut to the Indies. Soon, however, other explorers and nations understood the importance of his discoveries. Columbus’s discoveries set the stage for the Age of Exploration—one of the most fascinating and exciting times in world history.

(www.mrnussbaum.com)

Which is NOT true?

  • Columbus was born in Italy.
  • Columbus received three ships and a crew from the king and queen of Spain.
  • Columbus found a shortcut to the Indies.
  • The journey across the Atlantic took two months.

Read the passage and answer the question:

Nasreddin was cutting a branch off a tree in his garden. While he was sawing, another man passed in the street. He stopped and said, 'Excuse me, but if you continue to saw that branch like that, you will fall down with it.' He said this because Nasreddin was sitting on the branch and cutting it at a place between himself and the trunk of the tree.
Nasreddin said nothing. He thought, 'This is some foolish person who has no work to do and goes about telling other people what to do and what not to do.'
The man continued on his way. Of course, after a few minutes, the branch fell and Nasreddin fell with it.
'My God!' he cried. 'That man knows the future!' and he ran after him to ask how long he was going to live. But the man had gone.

(Intermediate Stories for Reproduction)

Who passed in the street?

  • An old woman
  • A small child
  • Another man
  • A young woman
We can produce electricity from many sources, the burning of fossil fuels (coal or oil) for example. What source supplies the energy to produce solar power?
  • Nuclear
  • Wind
  • Sun
  • Waves

Choose the correct word to fill in the blank:
The statue of Liberty is in the United States. This statue is about 46 meters in height and weighs about 204,100 kilograms. Visitors have to climb 354 …….. to reach it.

  • stairs
  • ladders
  • feet
  • lifts

Answer the question: Who am I?
You can ride me. I don’t drink often. I live in the desert. I have a hump. 

  • snake
  • zebra
  • camel
  • fox

Which of these animals is NOT a herbivore?

  • frog
  • kangaroo
  • horse
  • squirrel
Which of the following is not a part of the human body?
  • Hand
  • Leaf
  • Liver
  • Nose
Read the following description of a popular sport. Which sport is being described?
This is a popular sport with people of all ages. You play it on a course with different clubs and small white balls.
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Football
Answer the question: Who am I?
I can fly. I have six legs. I am yellow and black. I collect honey.
  • dragonfly
  • ant
  • bee
  • fly
Answer the question: When is Christmas?
  • It's on the twenty-fifth of December.
  • It's on the twenty-fifth of November.
  • It's on the twenty-fifth of October.
  • It's on the twenty-fifth of September.

Match the words with their definitions:

  • This person flies the plane and often wear uniform
  • It is this person’s job to write about the news in a newspaper
  • This person can fly to the moon in a rocket
  • Some people like this in their coffee and they put it in with a spoon
Select the best option to complete the sentence.
Cassandra is a night owl, so she doesn't usually go to bed before ___________
  • 11 a.m.
  • 11 p.m.
  • 9 a.m.
  • 7 a.m.

Select the best option to complete the conversation:

Son: I love eating watermelon. I wish I would have the biggest watermelon ever.

Mom: Actually you can have one if you spend time growing it. The Guinness World Record for the heaviest watermelon was recorded at the Operation Pumpkin Festival in Hamilton, Ohio, in 2013. The watermelon weighed 159kg - that’s about as heavy as a reindeer!

Son: ______

  • Oh no!
  • That’s awful!
  • Well done!
  • That’s awesome!

Choose the word that is different from the rest.

  • warm
  • cool
  • dry
  • sun

Write your answer (at least 25 words) to the question: How to reduce environmental pollution?

Example 1: There are many potential solutions to environmental issues. We should use public means of transportation instead of private cars, plant trees to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide. Besides, establishing clubs to raise people’s awareness should be encouraged.

Example 2: There are a variety of methods to reduce environmental pollution. People should cut down on the amount of plastic and recycle some things that remain useful. It is also a good way to use public transport instead of private vehicles to minimize air pollution. Besides, people should raise more awareness about the importance of clean and healthy environment.