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BÀI TÀP NHOM CHI MÀI THÀNG 7-2018 I 1: A (ex)ceed B (ex)claim C (ex)planation D (ex)ploit 2: A offsh(oo)t B f(oo)dstuff C cr(oo)ked D f(oo)lish 3:A magnificent B appliances C potentially D preservation 4: A architect B electric C mineral D luxury 5: A influence B instructor C intelligent D inflation p n 1.C - explanation /,eksplə'nein∫n/ - exceed /ik'si:d/ - exclaim /ik'skleim/ - exploit /ik'splɔit/ C - crooked /'krukid/ - offshoot /'ɔ:f∫u:t/ - foodstuff /'fu:dstʌf/ - foolish /'fu:li∫/ tr ng m r i vfo m ti t th - preservation /prezə'vei∫nt/ - magnificent /mæg'nifisnt/ - appliances /ə'pl iəns/ - potentially /pə'ten∫əli/ tr ng m r i v o m ti t th - electric /i'lektrik/ - architect /'ɑ:kitekt/ - mineral /'minərəl/ - luxury /'lʌk∫əri/ tr ng m r i v o m ti t th nh t - influence /'influəns/ - instructor /in'strʌktə/ - intelligent /in'telidʒənt/ - inflation /in'flei∫n/ II CLOSEST 1.Kent, often c lled “the g rden of Engl nd”, nd the V le of Evesh m re f mous for (horticultural) produce A.Fertilizers and pesticides C.chickens and pigs B fruit and flowers D wheat and barley The government provides help for farrmers through (subsidies) which encourage farrmers to produce as much as they could A financial support B policies C regulations D taxes British army units (are stationed) in several countries throughout the world A are installed B have a spot C are down D have a base OPPOSITE He usually stays in peace in stressful situations but this time he really (lost his head) A kept calm B excited C took leave of his sense D lost touch Unless you have been very, very lucky, you have (undoubtedly) experienced events in your life that have made you cry A certainly B questionably C absolutely D definitely p n 1.B - horticultur l = fruit nd flowers: s n ph m nh v n ho c l m v nm r A - su sidy = fin nci l support: ti n tr c p h owcj tr gi c ho c m t s n ph m ch nh ph cho m t ng nh D - e st tioned = h ve se: t c n c ho c c s m tn in o A - to lose one s he d: m t nh t nh >< to keep c lm: gi nh t nh B - undou tedly: kh ng nghi ng >< question ly: ng ng III Roger s _ re $7 week A earrns B earrned C earrning D earrnings There is no reasson to _ his honesty; he is absolutely sincere A believe B doubt C question D ask he couldn t fford to _ his c r rep ired A pay B make C get D The teacher her because her mother had just passed away A caught sight of B put up with C took notice of D made allowance for Murder is a serious crime and one rarely gets _ with it A away B along C off D in p n 1.D - ch tr ng c n m t d nh t v theo s u d u s h u c ch n n lo i ph ng n v - e rnings: s ti n ki m c 2.B To dou t one s honesty: nghi ng s trung th c c i C T th y ng t s u “his c r” n, nh v et something d ng ph n t h i : thu / nh ng y l m t c u tr c ng c c us i i l m vi c g D - m ke llow nce for some ody: chi u c v gi p n i to c tch sight of s : nh n th y i B to put up with: ch u to t ke notice of s : gi i t “of” ng / qu n t m i, nh ng tr ng h p n y ph ng n thi u A - to get w y with something: tho t kh i c i g : to get long with: th n thi n v i i : to get off with: c p c v i i ti c ho c u i nh y to get in with: th n thi n v i i IV How men first learnt to (1) words is unknown; in other words, the origin of language is a (2) All we really know is that men, unlike animals, (3) invented certain sounds to express thoughts and feelings, actions and things so that they could communicate with each other; and that later they agreed (4) certain signs, called letters, which could be combined to represent those sounds, and which could be written down These sounds, (5) spoken or written in letters, are called words Great writers are those who not only have great thoughts but also express these thoughts in words that (6) powerfully to our minds and emotions This charming and telling use of words is what we call literary (7) Above all, the real poet is a master of words He can (8) his meaning in words which sing like music, and which by their position and association can (9) men to tears We should, therefore, learn to choose our words carefully, (10) they will make our speech silly and vulgar 1: A invent B create C make D discover 2: A story B secret C mystery D legend 3: A whatever B however C somewhat D somehow 4: A at B upon C with D to 5: A if B however C whether D though 6: A interest B appeal C attract D lure 7: A prose B work C form D style 8: A carry B convey C transfer D transmit 9: A take B send C break D move 10: A or B so C although D because p n 1.A: invest - V ngh c u t n y c lmf r qu c m t “in other words” – h y n i c ch kh c th v c m d nh t “the origin of l ngu ge” ngu n g c c ng n ng h v y n iv ngu n g c c m t c i g , ch nh lf t m hi u s ph t minh r n C: mystery V t n y c l m r ngh qu t unknown kh ng i t : somehow ph n n o V t c n m t tr ng t ngh cho ng t invented Trong c c ph ch c l tr ng t ngh cho ng t ng n cho th B: upon V gree on something c ngh l ng v i nh u v c i g gree on = gree upon C: whether u tr c: whether or: d th n y h y th ki : ppe l thu h t V t c c u tr c ppe l to “to” c c ph ng n c n l i ng t kh ng k t h p v i gi i t D: style V ngh c t n y c lmf r qu nh ngh ph tr c “ This ch rming telling us of words” – “c ch s d ng t l i cu n v hi u qu n y” v qu t nh t “liter ry” – thu c v v n h c V th c ch s d ng t ch nh l phong c ch : convey truy n t i m t th ng i p V ngh c ng t n y c l m r qu c m t k t h p – me ning in words T c c u tr c convey me ning ngh l truy n t i ngh D: move V t c c u tr c move s to te rs c ngh l l m cho i c m ng r i n cm t 10 A: or V li n t n y d ng ch m t h qu tr i ng c qu c c t “choose our words c refully” – ch n t m t c ch c n th n v “will m ke our speech silly” – s l m l i n i c ch ng t th nh ng ng n V Tod y s f rmers h ve incre sed ilk production greatly through improved methods of breeding, feeding, and manage dairy cattle A have increased B greatly C improved D manage Sitting alone in his room, the strange noise frightened him A Sitting alone B his C frightened D him When the children are going to visit their grandmother, Henry and I will be going to Europe A When B are going to visit C and I D will be going to That company sold most sophisticated computer equipment thât we had ever found A most sophisticated B equiment C that D had ever found Among the people present at the bar, the police suspected a thirty-years-old man A Among B present at the bar C suspected D thirty-years-old p n 1.D (manage -> managing) V theo c u tr c song ong, ng t m n ge n m chu i c c reeding, feeding ng s u gi i t of ng t ng Ving nh Through improved methods of reeding, feeding nd m n ging d iry c ttle: th ng qu c c ph ng ph p ti n v g y gi ng, nu i d ng v s d ng v t nu i s n xu t s “ mproved” tr “methods” ng h p n y t nh t d ng ph n t h i ngh cho d nh t A (Sitting alone -> When he was sitting alone) Theo i, sitting lone c r t g n th nh d ng Ving v l h nh ng c m t nguwoif n o ng i m t m nh Tuy nhi n ch ng c m nh th h i l “the str nge noise” ch v t i m nh kh ng c ng m t ch ng n n kh ng th r t g n nh ph ng n c B ( are going to visit -> visit) Theo s k t h p gi c c th , m nh ch nh th t ng l i th m nh tr ng ng ch th i gi n s th hi n t i ph ng n th t ng l i g n n n s i A (most sophisticated -> the most sophisticated) So s nh h n nh t c t nh t ph i c m o t “the” i k m tr c t nh t D (thirty-years-old -> thirty-year-old) Khi m t c m t c ch t ch s l ng c ch c n ng nh m t t nh t th d nh t n m c m t ph i s t V d kh c nh : three storey house: ng i nh t ng VI According to the best evidence gathered by space probes and astronomers, Mars is an (inhospitable) planet, more similar to Earth's Moon than to Earth itself - a dry, stark, seemingly lifeless world Mars' air pressure is equal to Earth's at an altitude of 100,000 feet The air there is 95 percent carbon dioxide Mars has no ozone layer to screen out the sun's lethal radiation Daytime temperatures may reach above freezing, but because the planet is blanketed by the mere wisp of an atmosphere, the heat radiates back into space Even at the equator, the temperature drops to -50C (-60F) at night Today there is no liquid water, although valleys and channels on the surface show evidence of having been carved by running water The polar ice caps are made of frozen water and carbon dioxide, and water may be frozen in the ground as permafrost Despite the difficult conditions, certain scientists believe that there is a possibility of transforming Mars into a more Earth-like planet Nuclear reactors may be used to melt frozen gases and eventually build up the atmosphere This in turn could create a ("greenhouse effect") that would stop heat from (radiating) back into space Liquid water could be thawed to form a polar ocean Once enough ice has melted, suitable plants could be introduced to build up the level of oxyzen in the atmosphere so that, in time, the planet would support animal life from Earth and even permanent human colonies "This was once thought to be so far in the future as to be irrelevant," said Christopher McKay, a research scientist at NASA "But now it's starting to look practical We could begin work in four or five decades." The idea of "terra-forming" Mars, as enthusiasts call it, has its roots in science fiction But as researchers develop a (more profound) understanding of how Earth's ecology supports life, they have begun to see how it may be possible to create similar conditions on Mars Don't plan on homesteading on Mars any time soon, though The process could take hundreds or even thousands of years to complete and the cost would be staggering 1: What does the passage mainly discuss? A The possibility of changing the Martian environment B The challenge of interplanetary travel C The advantages of establishing colonies on Mars D The need to study the Martian ecology 2: The word "inhospitable" in paragraph is closest in meaning to _ A.cold B generous C hostile D green 3: The word "there" in paragraph refers to A.a point 100 miles above the Earth B the Earth's Moon C Mars D outer space 4: Which of the following does the author NOT list as a characteristic of the planet Mars that would make colonization difficult ? A There is little liquid water B Daytime temperature are dangerously high C The sun's rays are deadly D Night time temperatures are extremely low 5: According to the passage, the Martian atmosphere today consists mainly of A.carbon dioxide B oxygen C ozone D water vapour 6: It can be inferred from the passage that the "greenhouse effect" mentioned in the paragraph is _ A the direct result of nuclear reactions B the cause of low temperatures on Mars C caused by the introduction of green plants D a possible means of warming Mars 7: The word "radiating" in paragraph is closest in meaning to _ A.generating B receiving C calling D gaining 8: According to Christopher McKay, the possibility of transforming Mars _ A could only occur in science fiction stories B will not begin for hundreds, even thousands of year C is completely impractical D could be started in forty to fifty years 9: The phrase "more profound" in paragraph is closest in meaning to _ A.deeper B more practical C more up - to - date D brighter 10: According to the article, the basic knowledge needed to transform Mars comes from. A the science of astronomy B the knowledge of Earth's ecology C date from space probes D science fiction stories p n 1.A V ch nh n y c th o n1v n ng th y c t m th y qu c u n iv c c c i ms o i m i tr ng tr n s o Kh kh n c vi c i l i gi h ng thu n l i c u ti n c ,c n o n v m i o n n i v c c l cho th y kh c c h nh tinh vi c thi t l p c c khu v c d n c tr n s o S c n thi t ph i nghi n c u h sinh th i tr n s o hostile kh c nghi t V ngh c t “inhospit le” c l m r qu ph n gi i th ch s u d u g ch v i “dry” v “lifeless” V th t hi u “inhospit le” c ngh l kh ng thu n l i t C B Daytime temper ture re d ngerously high nguy hi m hi t n ng y c o m t c ch h t s c yl c uh iv m t c i mc s o l m cho vi c sinh s ng kh kh n m kh ng c n i dung i c Th ng tin v s xu t hi n c n c tr n s o c n hwcs n ch “the surface show evidence of having been carved by running water” m t cho th y d u hi u o m n i n c ch y Th ng tin v vi c c c ti m t tr i r t nguy hi m n m ch “the sun's lethal radiation” – c x nguy hi m ch t nguwoif c m t tr i Th ng tin v nhi t v o n m n m ch “the temperature drops to -50C (-60F) at night” – nhi t r i xu ng m v o n m h v y ch c l kh ng c c p n if c A V theo n i dung i kh quy n tr n s o c th “The air there is 95 percent carbon dioxide” ch y u c c r on dioxide D a possible means of warming Mars ra) t ph ng ph pr l m n ng s o h v y u c th x y y l c u h i suy lu n, v t nh ng th ng tin i v hi u ng nh k nh r ng “would stop he t from r di ting ck into sp ce” – hi u ng nh k nh s ng n kh ng cho h i n ng qu y tr l i v tr , v th m s l m s o m l n v h i n ng kh ng tho t i c A D The hristopher cK y n i th “We could begin work in four or five dec des” kh n ng th y i s o c th di n r n n mn h v y A V ngh c “more profound” c hi u nh v y v n ngh cho d nh t “underst nding” v qu c m t “scientists develop” – c c nh kho h c ph t tri n v y t n n hi u “more profound” l hi u i t th m, y h n n v s o h V theo n i dung i c th ki n th c c n c n ph i c th y i s o t ngu n t “understanding of how Earth's ecology supports life” – t c l t kho h c c n BÀI TÀP NHOM CHI MÀI TUÀN (23/7-28/7) I 1: A p(u)re B d(u)rable C c(u)re D p(u)rsue 2: A Valent(ine) B imag(ine) C discipl(ine) D determ(ine) 3: A reaction B miserable C knowledge D accident 4: A confidence B minimize C complaint D imitate 5: A compulsory B objective C publication D statistical p n 1.D (/pə'sju:/ A pure /pjʊə/ dur le /'djʊərə l/ C cure /kjʊə/ A Valentine /'vælənt in/ B imagine /i'mædʒin/ C discipline /'disəplin/ D determine /di'tɜ:min/ A reaction /ri'æk∫n/ tr ng m r i v o m ti t th B miserable /'mizrə l/ C knowledge /'nɒliʤ/ D accident /'æksidənt/ C complain /kəm'pleint/ tr ng m r i vfo m ti t th A confidence /'kɒnfidəns/ B minimize /'minimaiz/ D imitate /'imiteit/ C publication /,pʌ li'kei∫n/ tr ng m r i v o m ti t th A compulsory /kəm'pʌlsəri/ B objective /ə 'dʒektiv/ D statistical /stə'tistikl/ II John s f ther used to work for well-established bank John s f ther is now st ff of well-established bank John s f ther no works for well-established bank longer John s f ther does not work for well-established bank longer John s f ther does not work for well-established bank any longer I am sure that you dropped your waller at the bus stop A You must drop your wallet at the bus stop B You should have dropped your wallet at the bus stop C You must have dropped your wallet at the bus stop D You should drop your wallet at the bus stop eople elieve th t th t oy took eter s money Th t oy is elieved to h ve t ken eter s money t is elieved for th t oy to t ke eter s money Th t oy is elieve to t ke eter s money Th t oy is elieved th t he took eter s money It was such a good play that the audience cheered A The play was too good for the audience to cheer B So good was the play that the audience cheered C It was so good play that the audience cheered D Such was good play that the audience cheered The bank manager advised George to open a savings account A If the bank manager advised George, he would open a savings account B George were forced to open a savings account by the bank manager “ f were you, would open s vings ccount” s id the nk m n ger D George was allowed to open a savings account by the bank manager p n 1.D V t c c u tr c: used to st = not st ny longer s i v ngh s i v ng ph p c c u ph s i v thi u ny tr c longer nh C V c u cho l m t c u ph ng o n v m t vi c x y r qu kh v ng i n i ch c ch n v i u m nh ph ng o n sure v c u tr c ng ph p di n t n y l “must h ve ” ch c h n l l mg s i v must V re ch c l th ng l m g d ng ph ng o n v m t vi c g th ng xuy n x y r v ng i n i ch c ch n v i u m nh ph ng o n s i v should h ve :l r kh ng n n l m g s i v should st: n n l m g A V theo c u tr c ch h ng: S1 V1 ng v i c c c u tr n thu t chuy n s ng th t S ng t c : V ng: a) t e S c e ng t th t S V c ng t to V S e c r tr c th i V1 ng t to h ve re n u V c ng th i v i V1 B u tr c: It + be + such (a/an) + adj + N + that + S + V =>N + be + so +adj + that + S + V o c: So dj V S th t S V c ng t n u V ch h nh ng x y C u tr c chuy n t tr c ti p s ng gi n ti p v ng Sb advised sb else to st -> “ f were you, cl iv i would ngh khuy n nh : V re” s i v ngh s i v “force” c ngh l t u c s i v “ llow” c ngh l cho ph p III 1. _ the rise in unemployment, people still seem to be spending more A despite B neverless C meanwhile D although Their office consisted of three rooms, was used as a conference room A larger of which B the largest of which C the largest of them D largest : “ id Sus n ever gr du te?” : “ o, in college for two ye rs, she quit to get m rried” A After having been B while being C since being D had she been “ s it ll right if use your ike?” “ _” A Sure, go he d don t c re ccept it Oh, forget it The two pairs of shoes are the same color, though different sizes A of/ with B of/ of C in/in D to/in p n 1.A V “the rise in unemployment” l c m d nh t n n t ch n “despite” B Theo i c three room, v th n i v c n ph ng l n nh t s nh h n nh t the dj so s nh h n nh t of which ch kh ng c n => d ng so c d ng of them A h tr ng l d ng r t g n c m nh tr ng ng ch th i gi n v i d ng she h d een in college for two ye rs” y l “ fter : u c u g c l : while she w s in college v kh ng c for two ye rs th c th r t g n th nh “while eing” : s i c u tr c D: had she been = if she h d een, nhi n m nh s u s i c u tr c i u ki n lo i A gh c c u: “ S kh ng s o n u m nh d ng xe c n ch ?” “ch c ch n r i, c u c t nhi n” B u tr c: e of the s me color: c ng m u e of different sizes: kh c k ch c The camp is a great way of getting kids off the street and keeping them trouble A into B out of C under D for John s score on the test is the highest in the cl ss; A he should study last night B he should have studied last night C he must have studied last night D he must had to study last night e won t go home until he _ his report A finished B is going to finish C will have finished D has finished d r ther you in here There s room for smokers out there wouldn t smoke won t smoke don t smoke didn t smoke Angie warned anyone what she had told me th t didn t tell th t told not me to tell not me not to tell p n 1.B To keep sb out of trou le: gi cho i kh ng g p r c r i/ c chuy n x u x y r , , v ngh C s i c u tr c “should h ve c u tr c”should h ve ngh v i c u tr c ”: l r n n l m g qu kh ”: l r nh t n n h c i t i h m qu -> kh ng h p v i s i c u tr c D Theo c ch ph i h p v th c h i m nh g m m nh ch nh v m t m nh tr ng ng ch th i gi n : m nh “he won t go home” – m nh ch nh th t ng l i =>m nh tr ng ng ch th i gi n th hi n t i n ho c hi n t i ho n th nh D V theo c u tr c “would r ther s V qu kh n: mu n i l m/ kh ng l m vi c g D u tr c: to w rn s not to st: c nh c o i kh ng cl mg IV 1.It was suggested that Pedro studies the material more thoroughly before attempting to pass the exam A studies B more C attepting D to pass All nations may have have to make fundamental changes in their economic, political, and the technological institutions if they are to preserve environment A have to make B changes C the technological institutions D preserve All of the mammals, dolphins are undoubtedly among the friendly to human A All of B undoubtedly C among D friendly hic go s Sears Tower, now the tallest building in the world, rises 1522 feet from the ground to the top of it antenna A now B rises C feet D it In just three months H.G.Wells wrote the famopus classic The Time Machine for what he won a Newberry Caldecot award A just B wrote C what D a p n 1.A: studies => study V s u c u tr c “ t w s suggest th t” t th ng d ng S should V re ho c S V re C: the technological institutions => technological institutions V c m t n y n m m t chu i c c t nh t c li t k v th theo nguy n t c song song, c c t c li t k ph i t ng ng nh u v c u tr c A: All of => Of all V “Of ll” s l tr ng ng c n n u c un yt c ch ng l “dolphins” l m “ ll of” th c u s th ch ng Trong D: it => its V i t c n s d ng y l t nh t s h u ng truocs d nh t “ ntenn ” C: what => which V t th y th cho d nh t “the f mous cl ssic The Time c n wh t = the things th t chine” l which ho c th t V It is said that George Washington was one of the first to realize how important the uilding of c n ls would e to the n tion s development n f ct, efore he ec me the President, he headed the first company in the United States to build a canal, which was to connect the Ohio and Potomac rivers It was never completed, but it showed the nation the (feasibility) of canals As the country expanded westward, settlers in western New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio needed a means to ship goods Canals linking natural waterways seemed to supply an effective method In 1791, engineers commissioned by the state of New York investigated the possibility of a canal between Albany on the Hudson River and Buffalo on Lake Eric to link the Great Lakes area with the Atlantic seacoast It would avoid the mountains that served as a barrier to canals from the Delaware and Potomac rivers The first attempt to dig the canal, to be called the Eric Canal, was made by private companies but only a (comparatively) small portion was built before the project was halted for lack of funds The cost of the prospect was an estimated $5 million, an enormous amount for those days There was some on-again-off-again federal funding, but this time the War of 1812 put an end to construction In 1817, DeWitt Clinton was elected Governor of New York and persuaded the state to finance and build the canal It was completed in 1825, costing $2 million more than expected The canal rapidly lived up to its sponsors f ith, quickly p ying for itself through (tolls) It was far more economical than any other form of transportation at the time (It) permitted trade between the Great Lake region and the East coast, robbing the Mississippi River of much of its traffic It allowed New York to supplant Boston, Philadelphia, and other eastern cities as the chief center of both domestic and foreign commerce Cities spr ng up long the c n l t lso contri uted in num er of w ys to the orth s victory over the South in the Civil War An expansion of the canal was planned in 1849 Increased traffic would undoubtedly have warranted its construction had it not been for the railroads Question 1: Why does the author most likely mention George Washington in the first paragraph? A He was President at the time the Eric Canal was built B He was involved in pioneering efforts to build canals C He successfully opened the first canal in the United States D He commissioned engineers to study the possibility of building the Eric Canal Question 2: The word “fe si ility” in paragraph is closest in meaning to _ A profitability B difficulty C possibility D capability Question 3: According to the passage, the Eric Canal connected the _ A Potomac and Ohio Rivers B Hudson River and Lake Eric C Delaware and Potomac Rivers D Atlantic Ocean and the Hudson River Question 4: which of the following is closest in meaning to the word “comp r tively” in paragraph 3? A relatively B contrarily C incredibly D considerably Question 5: The completion of the Eric Canal was financed by _ A the state of New York B private company C the federal government D DeWitt Clinton Question 6: The actual cost of building the Eric Canal was _ A $5 million B less than had been expected C $7 million D more than could be repaid Question 7: The word “tolls” in p r gr ph is closest in me ning to which of the following? A jobs B grants C links D fees Question 8: Which of the following is NOT given as an effect of the building of the Eric Canal in paragraph 4? A It allowed the East coast to trade with the Great Lake Sea B It took water traffic away from the Mississippi River C It helped determine the outcome of the Civil War D It established Boston and Philadelphia as the most important centers of trade Question 9: What can be inferred about railroads in 1849 from the information in the last paragraph? A They were being planned but had not been built B They were seriously underdeveloped C They had begun to compete with the Eric Canal for traffic D They were weakened by the expansion of the canal Question : The word “ it” in p r gr ph refers to _ A.the Mississippi river B the canal C the sponsor D East Coast p n 1.B T c gi nh c n eorge shington v “It is said that George Washington was one of the first to re lize how import nt the uilding of c n ls would e to the n tion s development” : possi ility s kh thi gh c t “fe si ility” c lmf r qu li n t “ ut” n i nh ng “showed the n tion the fe si ility of c n ls” – cho c n k nh o “never completed” c th y ti m n ng c c c B V th ng tin v k nh o Erie n i n i n o n m Hudson River and Buffalo on Lake Eric” ch “a canal between Albany on the A V tr ng t “comp r tively” ngh cho t nh t sm ll n n t hi u l tr ng t ch m c h i, kh l , t ng i gh n y c l m r qu c m t “project w s h lted for of funds” – d n n y d ng l i thi u qu A Th ng tin v ngu n v n gi p vi c x y d ng k nh o Erie n m ch “In 1817, DeWitt Clinton was elected Governor of New York and persuaded the state to finance and build the c n l t w s completed in ” C Th ng tin v chi ph th c t x y d ng k nh o Erie n m ch “The cost of the prospect was an estimated $5 million” “costing $2 million more than expected” D gh c t “tolls” c l m r qu c m t “p ying for itself through” D Th ng tin nh h ng c vi c x y d ng k nh o Erie “It allowed New York to supplant Boston, Philadelphia, and other eastern cities as the chief center of both domestic and foreign commerce” C Th ng tin cho c u h i suy lu n v c c n ng s t v o n m “Increased traffic would undoubtedly have warranted its construction had it not been for the railroads” – xe c t ng l n ch c ch n m o cho vi c m r ng k nh o Erie n u nh kh ng c s ph t tri n c c c n ng s t h v y t hi u s ph t tri n c ng nh ng s t nh h ng n s ph t tri n c k nh o Erie 10 B ... n t “understanding of how Earth's ecology supports life” – t c l t kho h c c n BÀI TÀP NHOM CHI MÀI TUÀN (23 /7- 28 /7) I 1: A p(u)re B d(u)rable C c(u)re D p(u)rsue 2: A Valent(ine) B imag(ine)... building the Eric Canal was _ A $5 million B less than had been expected C $7 million D more than could be repaid Question 7: The word “tolls” in p r gr ph is closest in me ning to which of the following?... B upon C with D to 5: A if B however C whether D though 6: A interest B appeal C attract D lure 7: A prose B work C form D style 8: A carry B convey C transfer D transmit 9: A take B send C break
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