Bài tập môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 10 - Unit 2 - Test 3 (Có đáp án)

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GRADE 10 - UNIT TWO - TEST 3
I. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form (gerund or infinitive).
1. He hates (answer)........the phone, and very often just lets it (ring).........
2. If you go on (let)........your dog (chase).........cars he'll end by (be).........run over.
3. I prefer (drive).....to (be driven)......
4. I advise you (start).....(look).....for a flat at once.
5.Would you mind (lend).....me £5? I forgot (cash).....a cheque.
6. (Lie).....on this beach is much more pleasant than (sit).....in the office.
7. She likes her children (go).......to the dentist every six months.
8. By (neglect).......(take).......ordinary precautions he endangered the life of his crew.
9. An instructor is coming (show).......us how (use).....the aqualung.
10. I have no intention of (go).......to that film; I couldn't bear (see)..........my favourite actress in such a dreadful part.
11. I suggest (telephone)......the hospitals before (ask)..........the police (look).....for him.
12. After (hear)..........the conditions I decided (not enter).....for the competition.
13. Some people seem (have).....a passion for (write).....to the newspapers.
14. He expects me (answer).....by return but I have no intention of (reply).....at all.
15. I tried (explain)..........to him but he refused (listen)..........and went on (grumble)......
16. By (offer).....enormous wages he is persuading men (leave)........their present jobs and (work).....for him.
17. He postponed (make).......a decision till it was too late (do).....anything.
18.. Imagine (have).....(get up).....at five a.m. every day!
19 Try (forget).....it: it isn't worth (worry).....about.
20. There is no point in (remain).....in a dangerous place if you can't do anything (help).....the people who have (stay).....there.
II. Rearrange the words in correct order to make complete sentences.
 e.g. the fat cat / a mouse / is chasing. => The fat cat is chasing a mouse.
1. that thin girl / is drinking / milk now
2. the robbers yesterday / the police / caught
3. our teacher / like /we 
4. my mother / my baby sister / is looking after
5. has just written / a letter / the tall man
6. the students / have solved / some Mathematics problems
7. her aunt tomorrow / will visit / Mary
8. newspapers every day / my boss / reads
9. enjoyed / the movie / the audience
10. the cook / some chocolate cakes / has made
III. Rearrange the words in correct order to make complete sentences.
 e.g. my sister / a birthday cake yesterday / me / baked
 => My sister baked me a birthday cake yesterday.
1. the short man / has bought / some crayons from the stationery shop / his son
2. the policeman / has just shown / the driver / his driving license
3. the patient / gave / some medicine / the nurse
4. brought / me / a bouquet of flowers last week / my uncle
5. the shopkeeper / the customer / is paying / two hundred dollars
6. he / his brother / the secret / has never told
7. a postcard from Japan / sent / her / her best friend
8. did not lend / his new model car / the child / his classmate
9. her mother / cooked / her / some congee
10. has ever given / any help / the blind woman / no one in the street.
IV. Fill in the gaps with what, who or which.
 Finding out about someone
Jane : Hello, I'm Jane. (1)......is your name?
Sally : Sally.
Jane : (2) ........is your best friend?
Sally : Candi is my best friend.
Jane : (3) ......is the eldest in your family?
Sally :I am.
Jane : (4) .......is your mother's name?
Sally : Katherine but everyone calls her Kate!
Jane : (5) ......do you do at weekends?
Sally : I play with friends.
Jane : (6) ..........sport do you like best, tennis, basketball or swimming?
Sally : Swimming. I love swimming.
Jane : (7) .......is your favourite book?
Sally : Black Beauty.
Jane : (8) .......gives you pocket money?
Sally : My mother.
Jane : (9) ..........do you spend it on?
Sally : Comics and snacks.
Jane : (10) .....do you want to do when you grow up?
Sally : I want to be a teacher.
V. Complete the conversation using the -ing form of the verbs in the list.
call • camp • do • go • make • not • be • play • tell • try
 Jules: I've got some information about that new club. Listen, it says: 'For young people 
 who love (0) trying new things, and who enjoy (1).........new friends! We offer 
 lots of activities, so if you like (2)..........team sports and (3).........martial arts like 
 judo and karate, this is the club for you. In the summer, we also expect to go 
 (4)...........and canoeing'.
 Nick: Oh, OK. Sounds good. I like all of those things.
 Jules: Me, too. I've really missed (5)........to the sports centre since it closed down.
 Nick: Yeah. Well, at least we've still got the bowling alley - can you imagine 
 (6)..........able to go there with everyone on a Friday evening?
 Jules: No, I can't! It would be awful. This new place opens next week. What do you 
 think about (7)..........the others and (8)..........them about it?
 Nick: Yes, let's do that.
VI. Write the words in the correct order to make questions, start with the underlined word or phrase.
 1. do you in ten years' time to be doing want what kind of work?
 2. forgotten recently have to do what you?
 3. studying English when to have finished hope you do 
 4. aim you by the time you're sixty what do to have done?
 5. would like can't afford to do what but you to do?
VII. Complete each sentence with the correct form (infinitive or -ing) of the verb in brackets.
 1. A. I love (1)........(cook) for friends. You must try my onion soup.
 B. Well, I can smell something (2)........(burn). Did you turn the cooker off?
 A. Oh! I think I remember (3)........(do) it, but I'd better go and check.
 2. A. I've had the letter. This is what they said: 'We regret (4)........(inform) you that 
 your application will not be taken any further.'
 B. So what does that mean?
 A. Well, they're trying (5).........(tell) me nicely that I haven't got the job.
 B. Oh, no. What will you (6).......(do) now?
 A. I'll go on (7).......(look), of course. I still need (8).......(find) a job!
VIII. Complete the conversation with the words and phrases from the list. There are two extra words or phrases. 
how long • how old • twenty-four • twenty-four old • what does 
what • what's • which university • who • who's • whose 
Tom: (0) Who have you chosen as the new trainee?
Anne: It's a young woman - Sunita Patel.
Kate: Oh, (1).......................she like?
Anne: Very intelligent with great ideas. I think she'll be good for us.
Tom: (2)......................is she?
Anne: She's pretty young really - only (3)...............
Tom: (4).....................did she study at?
Anne: Manchester.
Tom: So (5).......................was she there?
Anne: I think it was six years - including her postgraduate studies.
Kate: (6).........................did she do at postgraduate level?
Anne: Mainly industrial design.
Kate: Good. (7).......................team will she be in?
Anne: Well, (8)......................got space for a new person at the moment? Tom, how about you?
V. Complete this dialogue between two students talking about their school work.
Linda: Hi. I'm Linda. .......................?
An: Hi. I'am An. Yes. I'm new here. This is my first day in this school.
Linda: ..............................................?
An: I'm from Dalat, Vietnam.
Linda: When.....................................?
An: Last month. My family've decided to inhabit in the USA.
Linda: What.......................................?
An: Me Linh Lower-High School in Dalat, not so big as this one.
Linda:. What.....................................?
An: Maths and English. My teachers often praised me for my best grades in these two subjects. What about you?
Linda: ..............at Physics and Chemistry. I want to follow a scientific career some day.
An: I would like to make acquaintance with other classmates. Could you help me, Linda, please?
Linda: No problem. Just join my club and I'll introduce you to new friends.
An: Thanks. I’ve have to go now. See you after class. Bye.
Linda: See you. 
IX. Read the stories and fill in the gaps with verbs from the box in the correct form.
 chew - give up - go - hop - keep away - know - lie - smoke - feed
 A. The doors were just about to close on my underground train when I saw a pigeon HOP in. The tourists wanted
(1)........it with crisps, but the bird wasn’t interested. It appeared (2)......where it was going and as soon as the doors opened at the next station, it flew out.
 B. If you want to give up (3)......., you are recommended not (4).......electrical cables to help. An Australian builder chewed almost a metre of cable a day for ten years, and found it had a ‘sweet and pleasant taste’. Unfortunately the cables he was eating contained lead and last year doctors found the lead levels in the man’s blood were three times the safety limit. Fortunately, his blood is now back to normal but he has failed (5).......smoking.
 C. On 29 January a worried resident of Tilehurst, Berkshire saw a cobra (6).......motionless by the side of the road. He rang the local animal hospital doctor who told him not (7).......near it. As the man waited for help he warned other people (8)........When a man arrived from the animal hospital in full protective clothing and approached the snake, he realised it was an old car exhaust pipe.

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