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TABLE OF CONTENTS REVISION Present simple Personal pronouns Objective pronouns Possessive Progress Test REVISION 14 Modal verbs 14 Past Simple .15 Progress Test 23 REVISION 29 There is/ There are 29 Nouns: countable/ uncountable, singular/ plural 29 A/ an/ some/ any/ many/ much 30 This/ That/ These/ Those 32 Prepositions of place 33 Like/ would like .34 Progress Test 38 REVISION 45 Have got/ has got 45 Adjectives/ adverbs 46 (Not) as … as 47 Comparative & Superlative .48 Too/ enough .50 Progress Test 54 REVISION 61 Past continuous 61 ‘Going to’ &infinitive verbs .63 Present perfect & past simple 65 Progress Test 71 TOTAL REVISION 78 TOTAL REVISION 84 REFERENCES REVISION  Present simple  Personal pronouns  Objective pronouns  Possessive -1 PRESENT SIMPLE 1 TO BE Exercise Write full sentences (your shoes/ very dirty) (my brother/ a teacher) …….Your shoes are very dirty………… … ……………………………………………… (this house/ not very big) (the shops/ not open today) ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… (my keys/ in my bag) (Jenny/ 18 years old) (you/ not very tall) (he/ interested in politics) (my brother and I/ good tennis players) ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… 10 (Tom/ not at home at the moment) ……………………………………………… Exercise Write the questions (Read the answers first.) (name) What’s your name? (married or single?)…………………… (American?) ……………………… …… (how old?) ………………………… …… (a teacher?) ………………………… … (wife a lawyer?) ………………………… (from?) …………………………………… (her name?) ……………………………… (how old?) ………………………… …… 1.Paul 2.I’m married 3.No I’m Australian 4.I’m 30 5.No, I’m a lawyer 6.No, she’s a designer 7.She’s Italian 8.Ann 9.She’s 27 Exercise Complete the sentences using the words in brackets It’s winter, but (cold)… ……it isn’t cold…………………………… I’m Greek but (from Athens)… She’s tired, but (ill)… …………………………………………… …………………………………………… They are in England, but (in London)… You are tall, but (too tall)… …………………………………………… …………………………………………… Revision – page We are late, but (very late)… It’s summer, but (hot)… …………………………………………… …………………………………………… I’m a student, but (at university) …………………………………………… OTHER VERBS Exercise Underline the correct answer A lot of British people go / goes to the cinema They don’t smoke / doesn’t smoke in coffee bars We read / reads the newspaper on the train They doesn’t like / don’t like children in restaurant You lives / live in a house with a garden My father don’t cook / doesn’t cook In Britain, cars stop / stops at zebra crossings The women / does the housework in my family My mother watch / watches a lot of TV 10 Your children eat / eats a lot of chips Exercise Choose the best word or phrase to complete the following sentences What time…………………the shop close? A is B are C D does My sister ………………eat meat because she …………… a vegetarian A does……is B ……is C don’t….is I…………….hungry How much …………… a chicken salad? D doesn’t… is A am….is B am… are C am not….is not Where……………… you usually go on holiday? D am not… are A are B C is Daddy, we…………….want to go to bed We …………tired D does A do…….aren’t B don’t… aren’t C does……are Learning English…………….boring! It’s interesting D do… is A is B isn’t ……….… you do? D doesn’t C does A What B Who C Why …………….children ………….you have? A How much…do B How many……do D When C How many……does D How much……does What’s…………….? A you job B your jobs C you jobs 10 ………….do you speak? A How languages C How many languages B How many language D your job D How much language Revision – page Exercise Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form of the Present simple Malcolm Tracey (1) doesn’t go (not go) to work: he only (2) ……………… (leave) his home town to go on holiday in the Caribbean But Malcolm is a millionaire He (3)……………… (write) books about money, and how to make a lot of it His new book is called Easy Money: How to make money without getting out of bed Malcolm (4)……………… (live) in a large house near London He (5)……………… (get up) at about eight o’clock in the morning, and (6) ……………… (have) breakfast with his family After breakfast, he (7) ……………… (drive) his children to school, and (8)……………… (read) the newspaper in the garden until lunchtime After lunch, he (9)……………… (buy) and (10)……………… (sell) on the internet He (11)……………… (finish) work at four o’ clock when his children come home ‘I’ve got a simple system for making money.’ Malcolm (12)……………… (say) ‘It (13).…………………… (not work) for everybody… but it (14)……………… (work) for me!’ Exercise Fill in the blanks with a verb from the box below in the correct form like live be like travel make say sing read go write be Michael Johnson (1)…lives… in America He (2) ……………….… a famous pop star He (3)………………… all around the world and (4) ……… ………… at pop concerts He (5)……………… … his songs too He also (6)………….………… pop videos He (7)……………….… staying at home and listening to his records He sometimes (8)………………… to expensive restaurants with his friends He also (9) ………… ………… a lot of books about strange things Many people (10) ………………………… he (11)…………………… a strange man but I (12) ……………… … him very much Exercise Put the adverb of frequency in the correct place in the sentence Tom rides his motorbike to work (sometimes) …Tom sometimes rides his motorbike to work…………………………… My boyfriend is late (never) …………………………………………………………………………… Jenny wears nice clothes (always) …………………………………………………………………………… I get up late on Sunday mornings (usually) …………………………………………………………………………… Pilots sleep in hotels (often) …………………………………………………………………………… I don’t eat in a restaurant (often) …………………………………………………………………………… The weather is cold in January (always) …………………………………………………………………………… Professional footballers are rich (usually) …………………………………………………………………………… Revision – page Exercise 6: Make questions for the underlined parts They live in Chicago (Where) .Where they live? They meet on the corner every morning (Where) ………………………………………… ……………………………… … The film begins at nine o’clock (What time) ……………………………………… ………………………………… … He comes here once a week (How often) …………………………………… ……………………………………… It snows here in December (When) ………………………………………………………… … ………… … She teaches us cooking (What) ……………………………………………………… ………………… … They travel by car (How) …………………………………………………… …………………….… She learns ten new words every day (How many) ……………………………………………………………………………… Exercise 7: Put the words in the correct order Bristol Daniel from comes …Daniel comes from Bristol……………………………………………… journalist from is Peter a New York …………………………………………………………………………… his he breakfast drinks with tea …………………………………………………………………………… mountain sister skiing goes the in my …………………………………………………………………………… go every weekend swimming they ? …………………………………………………………………………… your what name teacher’s is ? …………………………………………………………………………… works brother hospital my in a …………………………………………………………………………… on where you usually go holiday ? ………………………………………………………………………… … to month they a go cinema twice the …………………………………………………………………………… Italian speak doesn’t she well …………………………………………………………………………… 10 mother Tony his chess every day play and …………………………………………………………………………… Revision – page 11 usually / she / late / work / goes / to …………………………………………………………………………… 12 home / cook / always / at / we / dinner …………………………………………………………………………… 13 brother / the / work / his / does / city / in / centre/? …………………………………………………………….……………… PERSONAL PRONOUNS, OBJECTIVE PRONOUNS & POSSESSIVE Exercise Write the correct pronouns for these sentences We watched……him… for hours (he) Don’t ask ………… ………… doesn’t know (she/ she) This is Julia: …………have known ………….for years (we/ she) Nobody told ……………… the bus was leaving (they) Why didn’t…………ask ……………… to come? (she/ they) ……… think…………doesn’t like ………… (I / he / I ) ………… ask………… to invite…………… to the party (they / he / we ) I don’t think …………… are here today (they) ……… usually see ………… at the weekend (we / they) Exercise Complete the sentences with my, your, her, his, its, our or their We love …………… new house It’s so big! He’s in …………… office The children are with …………… grandmother Are you and your sister enjoying …………… English classes? Amsterdam is famous for …………… canals I don’t like …………… new boss very much My sister likes visiting …………… friends at the weekend Exercise Rewrite the sentences using the name in brackets These are her books (Anne) These are Anne’s books Where is his coat? (Andrew) ……………………………………………………… Is that his car? (your brother) ……………………………………………………… It’s on her desk (the teacher) ……………………………………………………… Its dinner is here (the dog) ……………………………………………………… Her children are at school now (Judy) ………………………………………………….… It’s her idea (my wife) ……………………………………………………… Its leg is broken (that bird) ……………………………………………………… His new bike is really good (Jeff) ……………………………………………………… Revision – page FURTHER PRACTICE Exercise Circle the letter next to the word or phrase which best completes each sentence (A, B, C or D) Paul is ………………… brother A theirs B their This is the ……………………… bag C them D they A lady’s B ladies’s C ladys’ ‘Do you like Spaghetti?’ - ‘Yes, ………………………… ’ A I like B I C I am D ladys D I don’t She ………………………… tennis well A play B doesn’t play C don’t play My mother never ………………….…… the dishes A wash B washs C washes D play D to wash He sometimes ………… ………… money from his parents A lend B borrow C lends D borrows The students, as well as the teacher , ………………….… happy about the test results A was B are C is D has The airplane …………….……… at 3:30 p.m A arrive B arriving C is arrive D arrives The bus comes here …………… …… 30 minutes A each B another C every D all 10 I don’t care whether …………….……… or not A his coming B comes he C he comes D he come 11 She never …………………… mountains during the winter A doesn’t climb B climbing C not climbs D climbs 12 It is interesting to meet people whose cultural backgrounds …………… …… from our own A different B differently C differ D difference Exercise Underline one mistake in each sentence and then correct it Sentences and mistakes Corrections She never go out in the evening ………………………… I always listen the radio in the morning ………………………… Mary doesn’t plays the piano very well ………………………… They are from German ………………………… How often you go swimming? ………………………… Her husband usually doesn’t get up early ………………………… He’s like playing tennis ………………………… What’s he’s telephone number? ………………………… We no work for that company ………………………… 10 This is the childrens’ room ………………………… Revision – page 11 We usually see they at the weekend ………………………… 12 Our school have a lot of students ………………………… 13 Where is she come from? ………………………… 14 He is 19 year old ………………………… 15 I don’t like go running ………………………… 16 My father watches football in TV ………………………… 17 Do you want a ice-cream? ………………………… Exercise Write the full sentences using the given words Make some changes if necessary she / live / parents ………………………………………………………………………… child / play / park / every afternoon ………………………………………………………………………… she / want / visit / New York/? ………………………………………………………………………… plane / leave / ten o’clock ………………………………………………………………………… they / not / always / open / window / night ………………………………………………………………………… Tony / often / play / golf / Sundays ………………………………………………………………………… What music / husband / like/? ………………………………………………………………………… sister / often / go / bed / ten o’clock ……………………………………………………………………… Exercise Choose one word whose underlined present tense ending is pronounced differently from that of the others in each group A opens B stands C travels D looks A gets A likes B speaks B rides C swims C comes D sleeps D lives A washes A starts B catches B reads C goes C walks D misses D wants Underline the syllable with the stress Japan Hungary Russia America China computer dictionary ticket camera 10 money Exercise Choose A, B or C for each of the following blanks Linda lives in a small flat (1)………… Oxford She lives with two other girls who (2) ……… students at Oxford University They work hard during the week, but (3) ……… weekends they invite a lot of friends to (4) ……… house They cook a meal for their friends, and then they go out Revision – page to the pub for a drink, or they stay at home and listen to music Linda (5) ……… two jobs On Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays (6)…… works in a hospital, where she helps to look after children who are ill She goes to the hospital (7) ……… bus She starts at ten o’clock and works until quarter to five On Thursdays and Fridays she works at home She has a computer in her bedroom and she writes (8)……… In the evening, (9) ……… the girls cooks a meal After dinner, they look in the newspaper to see what’s on TV, or they talk about their day They (10)……… to bed at about midnight A from B in C at D of A are A in A her A have B is B on B their B has C C at C she C work D does D for D they D works A she A by B her B in C they C on D them D with A story A one B storys B one of C story’s C all D stories D all of 10 A usually go B usually goes C go usually D goes usually Revision – page 14 Why did Home and All send Mrs Smith a catalog? A Because she asked for one B Because she is a regular customer C Because they have a lot of catalogs D Because they are friends 15 When is the sale? A at the beginning of the summer C at the beginning of the autumn B at the end of the summer C at the end of the autumn Progress Test 5– page 79 TOTAL REVISION Time alotted: 60 minutes PART Choose the answer A, B, C, or D which best completes each sentence Thank you very much for that! A you're welcome - Well, B of course C thank you D I don't mind It's no use children quiet They are always noisy A to ask / to keep B asking /keeping C to ask / keeping D asking /to keep We finally our teacher to go on a camping trip with us A persuaded B argued C pleased D liked Who’s responsible for ink over my book A putting B spreading C spilling D pouring Linda was the last person the classroom yesterday A leave B to leave C left D leaves If it's raining tomorrow, we shall have to the match till Sunday A put away B put out in C put off D put on Peter will only pass his exams if there is a/ an in his class work A progress B increase C rise D improvement The noise from the boat engine might disturb sea animals A comes B coming C came D has come He spent all the money he had won new clothes A on B for C with D from 10 It is getting cold You'd better not without a coat A go out B to go out C going out D have gone out 11.Nothing will prevent him succeeding A in B at C from D on 12.The teacher with we studied last year no longer teaches in our school A who B whom C whose D that C lying D lay C careless D carefully C happily D happen 13 They made me on the floor A lie B to lie 14.I want everybody to listen A care B careful 15 We feel very today A happy B happiness Total Revision 1– page 80 PART Choose the answer A, B, C, or D which best completes each sentence When people want to say something is very pleasant, they often say it's "as sweet as honey." Sugar didn't reach Europe until the twelfth century, so until then, honey was the only sweetener in the Western world Honey is the most natural food there is, and one of the very few that does not spoil with age Honey found in ancient Egyptian tombs is thousands of years old, but still tastes good This is because there are no chemicals in honey It is absolutely pure Even today, honey contains no artificial ingredients The source of honey is the species of insect called the honeybee The honeybee is always busy It visits 145 flowers in order to collect the amount of just one teaspoon of honey For a pound of honey, the honeybee flies the distance equal to three times around the world and makes visits to about two million flowers There are over 250 types of honey in the United States alone Generally, the lighter the color of the honey is, the higher the quality is Very high grade honeys come from clover, orange blossoms and alfalfa Bears love honey as much as humans The diet of some birds, such as the humming birds of the America is almost entirely honey There is no honey in Alaska and some remote parts of Siberia because it is too cold for the honeybee to survive there People often say it's "as sweet as honey" to refer to something that is A exciting B tasty C annoying D enjoyable According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true? A Honey is bears' favorite food B It was not until the 12th century that Europeans began to use sugar C Honey is a natural food that can be found in ancient tombs D Honey is made by bees How far does the honeybee fly to produce one kilogram of honey? A the distance equal to two times the axis of the globe B the distance more than six times around the world C the distance equal to three times around the world D the distance equal to millions of miles There is no honey in Alaska because A the honeybee cannot live in the cold climate there B it is too cold for honeybee-keepers to survive there C it is impossible to expose honey to the cold weather there D there are few people living there Total Revision 1– page 81 Honey discovered in the ancient Egyptian tombs does not spoil because A it contains some artificial ingredients B it was found in ancient Egyptian tombs C there are preservatives in it D it is not at all mixed with any chemical PART Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correcting Peter and Tom plays tennis every afternoon with Mary and me A B C D Rita enjoyed to be able to meet some of her old friends during her vacation A B C D Because they had spent too many time considering the new contract, the students lost the opportunity A B C D to lease the apartment Could you mind telling me the way to the nearest restaurant? A B C D It spent a long time to travel to the skiing resort but in the end we got there A B C D We had better to review this chapter carefully because we will have some questions on it in our test A B C D Our teacher of physics would like us spending more time in the laboratory A B C D I go to Mexico with my girlfriend in the summer of 2006 A B C D Mr Nam is used to get up early in the morning to exercise A B C D 10 He died on lung cancer because he smoked a lot of cigarettes A B C D PART a Choose the one sentence A, B, C or D that has same meaning to the given one She bought this book two weeks ago A She has had this book for two weeks C She had this book for two weeks B She has had this book since two weeks D She has this book for two weeks Total Revision 1– page 82 I started going to school in 1988 A I am a student in 1988 C I am going to school since 1988 B I have been a student since 1988 D I was a student since 1988 He never likes writing letters to his friends A He seldom writes letters to his friends B He detests writing letters to his friends C He is never happy to write letters D He would rather not write letters to anyone A train leaves at o’clock every morning A There was an o’clock train every morning B Every train will leave at o’clock C Every morning I see a train leaving D There is an o’clock train every morning A neighbor is looking after the children while I’m out A A neighbor is taking care of the children while I’m out B A neighbor is taking care for the children while I’m out C A neighbor is taking care about the children while I’m out D A neighbor is looking for the children while I’m out b Choose one option among A, B, C, or D that shows the best way of building the sentence Our ear / not/important/ as/ eyes A Our ear is not important as our eyes B Our ears are not important as our eyes C Our ears are as not important as our eyes D Our ears are not as important as our eyes They/ start/ build/ bridge/ two years/ ago A They started build the bridge two years ago B They started building the bridge two years ago C They started build the bridge since two years ago D They started building the bridge since two years ago I/ going/ to/ bank/ get/ some/ money A I am going to the bank to get some money B I am going to the bank for get some money C I am going to the bank for to get some money D I am going to the bank getting some money Total Revision 1– page 83 When/ he/ grow / he/ want/ be/ rock star A When he grow on, he want to be a rock star B When he grow up, he want to be a rock star C When he grows on, he wants to be a rock star D When he grows up, he wants to be a rock star 10 Learning/drive/ be/ the / difficult/ thing/ my life A Learning to drive is the most difficult thing in my life B Learning to drive is the more difficult thing in my life C Learning to drive is the difficult thing in my life D Learning to drive is the difficultest thing in my life PART a Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others in each group A rose B disclose C chosen D whose A ocean B decision C cushion D patient A though B laugh C cough D rough A one B follow C horror D across A myth B truth C both D Northern b Choose the word that has the stress pattern different from that of the other word A provide B combine C service D account A mother B daughter C nephew D divorce A hello B goodbye C later D goodnight A engineer B digestion C professor D mechanic B individual C population D unemployment 10 A difficulty PART Choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) for each space Jeans are very popular with young people all (1) the world Some people say that jeans are the "uniform" of (2) But they haven't always been popular The story of jeans started (3) two hundred years ago People in Genoa, Italy made pants The cloth (4) in Genoa was called "jeanos" The pants were called "jeans" In 1850, a salesman (5) California began selling pants made of canvas His name was Levi Strauss (6) they were so strong, "Levi's pants" became (7) with gold miners; farmers and cowboys Six years (8) .; Levis began making his pants with blue cotton (9) called denim Soon after, factory workers in the United States and Europe began (10) jeans Young people usually didn’t wear them Total Revision 1– page 84 A in B on C over D above A youth B young C younger D youngest A lots B much C most D almost A make B makes C making D made A in B on C at D with A Although B But C Because D So A famous B popular C good D wonderful A late B later C latest D last A cloth B clothing C cloths D clothes 10 A wear B wearing C wore D worn This is the end of Total revision Total Revision 1– page 85 TOTAL REVISION Time alotted: 60 minutes PART 1: Choose the answer A, B, C, or D which best completes each sentence Young generation is fond wearing Jeans A in B at C of D on There is always traffic in the city centre at rush hours A strong B full C heavy D many How many people took part the contest? A in B from C with D to I want to ask my parents some money A from B for C with D about C with D from C at D for You are very different your brother A to B for I am better English than Nam A than B with You will not pass the exam working harder A unless B if C without D although It was raining very so I had to wear my raincoat A wet B badly C hard D heavy Mr Brown said he 35 the following week A was B is C will be D would be C over D off C had listened D would have listened 10 Don’t let the good chance go A by B on 11 I wish I to him Now it’s too late A listened B has listened 12 In Britain, you’ll be given a key the door when you’re 21 years old A of B for C to D at 13 The man our teacher is taking to is the headmaster of our school A who B which C whom D whose 14 No one knows what is happening here Mary and Tom A and B but C however D with C as intelligent D the most intelligent 15 What is .,a dog or a cat? A intelligent B more intelligent Total Revision 2– page 86 PART 2: Choose the answer A, B, C, or D which best completes each sentence Hearing – impaired people cannot hear sounds well How they ‘hear’ words and 'talk? Many hearing-impaired people use American Sign Language (ASL) They talk with their hands Sometimes two hearing-impaired people talk to each other They both use ASL Sometimes a person who can hear interprets for hearing-impaired people The person listens to someone talking, and then he or she makes hand signs There are two kinds of sign language One kind has a sign for every letter in the alphabet The person spells words This is finger spelling The other kind has a sign for whole words There are about five thousand of these signs They are signs for verbs, things and ideas Some of the signs are very easy, for example, eat, milk, and horse You can see what they mean Others are more difficult, for example, star, egg, or week People from any country can learn ASL They don't speak words They use signs, so they can understand people from other countries ASL is almost like a dance The whole body talks American Sign Language is a beautiful language How many hearing-impaired people "talk"? A by eyes B by signals C by words D by hands 2: How does a person interpret for hearing-impaired people? A He listens to someone talking, and then makes hand signs B He talks through special equipment used for the deaf C He listens to someone talking and writes down the words D He uses hand signs to translate what hearing-impaired people say How many signs are there for finger spelling? A B 24 C 26 D.32 Why can people from different countries talk to each other with ASL? A Because they speak different languages B Because they use signs instead of words C Because they cannot hear D Because they understand each other Which of the following sentences is not true? A Hearing-impaired people cannot hear sounds well B There are more signs for words than for letters C A person who interprets for hearing-impaired people can hear D Africans cannot learn ASL because they don't speak English Total Revision 2– page 87 PART 3: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correcting People are not allowed to enter the park after midnight because lack of security A B C D John's mother thought that chocolates were bad to him A B C D I'd rather to stay at home than go out at weekends A B C D She is tired with being asked the same thing every day A B C D The children performing enjoyed to watch the lions A B C D The children are very boring and they don't know what to A B C D Peter can play table tennis better more than I can A B C D I'd like to have some informations about the flights to Bangkok tomorrow, please A B C D The sun is so bright for us to look at directly A B C D 10 Mr Smith is going to buy a new Japanese car, doesn’t he? A B C D PART 4: a Choose the one sentence A, B, C or D that has same meaning to the given one Their game of badminton is always on Tuesday A They always play their game of badminton B They play badminton always on Tuesday C They always play badminton on Tuesday D They have always played badminton on Tuesday Adrian wears jeans all the time A Adrian always wears jeans B Adrian often wears jeans C Adrian sometimes wears jeans D Adrian usually wears jeans Total Revision 2– page 88 I often get up early in the morning A I used to get up early in the morning B I am used to get up early in the morning C I am used getting up early in the morning I am used to getting up early in the morning I saw one of my friends this morning A I saw one friend this morning B I saw one my friends this morning C I saw a friend of mine this morning D I saw some friends this morning Would you mind waiting outside the office?’ A Did you wait outside the office? B Did you see anyone waiting outside the office? C Will you wait outside the office? D Do you enjoy waiting outside the office? b Choose one option among A, B, C, or D that shows the best way of building the sentence They / not eat/ anything/ two/ day A They did not eat anything on two days B They did not eat anything for two days C They have not eaten anything since two days D They have not eaten anything for two days She/ can’t/ answer/phone/ because/ she/ wash/ her hair A She can’t answer the phone because she washes her hair B She can’t answer the phone because she is washing her hair C She can’t answer the phone because she washed her hair D She couldn’t answer the phone because she washed her hair We/ be/ go/ have/ lunch/ a pub A We are going having lunch in a pub B We are going having lunch at a pub C We are going to have lunch at a pub D We are going to have lunch in a pub I/ hear/ news/ and/ I /go/ home/ immediate A I hear the news and I went to home immediate B I heard the news and I went home immediate C I heard the news and I went home immediately Total Revision 2– page 89 D I hear the news and I went home immediately She/ can/ play/ piano/ she/ nine A She can play the piano when she is nine B She could play the piano when she was nine C She could play the piano since she is nine D She can play the piano since she is nine PART 5: a Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others in each group A town B how C grow D cow A exciting B bridge C combine D die A washed B worked C watched D naked A card B dark C adventure D harvest A notice B shopping C topic D crossing b Choose the word that has the stress pattern different from that of the other word: A abroad B noisy C hundred D quiet A colourful B equality C dictionary D vegetable A elegant B regional C musical D important A difference B suburban C internet D character 10 A position B century C various D different PART 6: Choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) for each space There has been a revolution in the world of newspapers Not many years (1)………… newspapers were being produced using techniques unchanged for (2)………… hundred years The journalists gave their stories to a typist, who prepared them for an editor, who passed them on (3)………… the printer The printer who was a (4)………… skilled man, set up the type, (5)………… was then collected to make the pages When the pages were complete, the printing machines could be (6)………… Nowadays what (7)………… ? The journalists type their stories into a computer The (8)………… checks their spelling, plans the page, and shapes the articles When the pages are ready, another computer may control the printing (9)………… can be no doubt about it, producing a newspaper is an entirely different (10)………… now Total Revision 2– page 90 A before B after C ago D yet A a B some C an D over A to B by C through D with A hardly B mostly C partly D very A they B which C this D all A switched B started C stopped D moved A gives B occurs C goes D happens A computer B editor C typist D printer A It B There C You D We 10 A skill B work C management D business Total Revision 2– page 91 REFERENCES Bourke, K (2003) English Grammar OUP Cunningham, S & Moor, P (2010) New Cutting Edge Elementary: Work book NXB Thông Tin Eastwood, J (1999) Oxford Practice Grammar OUP Harrison, M (2009) Oxford Living Grammar: Learn and practice grammar in context OUP Hutchinson, T (1999) Lifelines Pre- Intermediate OUP Murphy, R (2002) Essential Grammar in Use CUP Murphy, R (1999) Essential Grammar In Use, second edition NXB Thanh Niên Swan, M & Walter, C (2009) How English works OUP Soars, L & Soars, J (2006) New Headway: Elementary OUP 10 Swan, M & Walter, C (2001) The good grammar book OUP 11 Swan, M & Walter, C (2009) How English works: a grammar practice book OUP 12 Swan, M & Walter, C (1991) The new Cambridge English course CUP 13 Taylor, A & Malarcher, C (2007) Starter TOEIC Third edition First News 14 Vince, M (2010) Elementary Language Practice MacMillan 15 Walker, B & Ellsworth, S (2002) Grammar Practice for Elementary Students NXB Trẻ 16 Willis, D & Wright, J (2005) Basic Grammar The Cobuild series Press References
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