BÀI KIỂM TRA TRÌNH ĐỘ TIẾNG ANH THIẾU NIÊN

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BÀI KIỂM TRA TRÌNH ĐỘ TIẾNG ANH THIẾU NIÊN

PART 1: CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR PHRASE TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCE OR CONVERSTATION.

1. This is _______ book.

2. There _______ some boys playing basketball in the gym now.

3. Mike’s school is not far ______ his house.

4. Celine drinks milk ________.

5. I ______ to the countryside to visit my grandparents last week.

7. A: I hope it won’t rain this afternoon. - B: ____________

8. A: What happened to the apples? – B: They ________by the birds.

9. The hallway is wet. Don’t run or you may _________.

10. Don't be ______off by how this durian smells. It tastes delicious.

6. I need to ______ for an exam tomorrow.

PART 2: CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD TO FILL IN EACH BLANK.

 The Industrial Revolution began in England in the 18th century. After that, it spread (1.)   other parts of the world. Many important (2.)  were created to make work easier, faster, and cheaper. Let’s take a look at some of them.
The spinning jenny was invented by James Hargreaves, a British carpenter and weaver, in 1764. This invention helped people (3.)   cloth very fast. In 1769, James Watt improved the steam engine. Samuel Morse invented the telegraph in 1844. This allowed messages to be sent over a (4.) . In 1860, telegraph wires were in many places across the US. Alfred Nobel created dynamite in 1866. He used it to safely blast holes in mountains or the ground, so people could easily (5.)   paths to build roads or railroad tracks. Lastly, Louis Pasteur developed vaccines for diseases in 1870. This helped people fight diseases and live longer.

1. by   

to                    

between                      

for

2. invention

thing               

inventions                   

inventors

3. weave

weaves                       

weave                         

woven

4. engine 

wire                

ribbon                           

time

5. obstruct                  

clear    

develop                      

improve

PART 4: READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTION.

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a very special sidewalk in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. It’s the destination for dreamers. This place is famous for having over 2,500 five-pointed terrazzo and brass stars on it. These stars display the names of famous actors, musicians, fictional characters, and others all over the world. If people want to have their names here, they need to have excellent work and be chosen by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. They must make contributions to one of the six categories: Motion Pictures, Television, Radio, Recording, Live Theater, and Sports Entertainment. Actress Joanne Woodward, an Academy Award winner for The Three Faces of Eve (1957), won the first star in 1960. Celebrities are nominated annually in May. Mickey Mouse became the 1,700th star here. He was also the first cartoon character to have a star! The Hollywood Walk of Fame has become a popular tourist destination. As said in a report, in 2003, it attracted up to 10 million visitors from countries around the world.

1. Where's the Hollywood Walk of Fame?

2. Hollywood Walk of Fame is _______

3. When was the first star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame awarded?

4. The word “annually” means ________

5. Which of the following is NOT true?

PART 5: LISTEN AND CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER. YOU WILL HEAR EACH QUESTION TWICE.
2. When is Ryan’s birthday party?

3. What postcard does the girl buy?

4. What time does the exam start?

5. What did the boy leave at the girl’s apartment?