Bài tập Tiếng Anh 9




I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.

1. a. mosque b. optional c. notice d. tropical

2. a. divide b. impress c. official d. comprise

3. a. climate b. federation c. separate d. apartment

4. a. ethnic b. currency c. secondary d. official

5. a. Buddhism b. compulsory c. puppet d. instruction

II. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.

6. a. climate b. comprise c. impress d. farewell

7. a. divide b. puppet c. ethnic d. notice

8. a. primary b. religion c. optional d. separate

9. a. friendliness b. primary c. tropical d. correspond

10. a. monster b. abroad c. depend d. instruct


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a. did not look very interesting	b. are considered not practical
c. got dirty easily	d. are considered good for many uses
4. What is the meaning of the word “immigrant” in the first paragraph?
a. person who is good in business	b. person who buys and sells things
c. person who moves to another country	d. person who works in a mine
5. Which of the following is not true?
a. Levi Strauss was the first person to make blue jeans.
b. Strauss made his first jeans from a fabric called serge de Nimes.
c. The first jeans were very strong.
d. Nimes is a city in France.
I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
1. a. inspiration	b. label	c. occasion	d. logical
2. a. grow	b. novel	c. cotton	d. comic
3. a. modern	b. pattern	c. confident	d. equal
4. a. musician	b. necessary	c. recently	d. since
5. a. design	b. loose	c. style	d. symbol
II. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
6. a. tunic	b. symbol	c. special	d. unique
7. a. label	b. freedom	c. clothing	d. inspire
8. a. practical	b. designer	c. minority	d. occasion
9. a. consist	b. fashion	c. design	d. constrain
9. a. convenience	b. encouragement	c. fashionable	d. self-confidence
III. Choose the words or phrases that are not correct in Standard English.
11. The caves of Altamira, which was discovered in northern Spain, contain interesting paintings by early cave dwellers.
	A	B	C	D
12. While some people say that a lot of time is wasting in shopping for clothes, others feel that it is a relaxing activity.
	A	B	C	D
13. Grandma Moses is thought of as one of America’s greater primitive artists.
	A	B	C	D
14. Lung cancer and other illnesses can be traced to cigarette smoke.
	A	B	C	D
15. The first census carried out during Roman times for the purpose of taxation.
	A	B	 C	 D
16. Varnish is a clear substance made of resins and oil that, when applied to wood, gave it a glossy surface.
	A	B	C	D
17. Ernest Hemingway, a world-famous writer, was born in the United States but spend much of his life 
	A	B	C
18. Brick was used as the main build material for local churches.
	A	B	C	D
19. If you think you’re going to lose from the start, then defeat is the logically outcome.
	A	B	C	D
20. By 1997, the town had grow big enough to need a high school of its own.
	A	B	C	D
IV. Find the one choice that best completes the sentence.
“Where was Michael Caine born?”
“In Britain, but today he # # in the United States”
a. has lived	b. living	c. lives	d. is live
Have they found a malaria vaccine # #?
a. already	b. yet	c. since	d. for
“We’re still looking for Thomas”. “Hasn’t he # # yet?”
a. been found	b. to find	c. found	d. being found
“Whatever happened to that fortune-teller?”
“I don’t know. She # # around here in a long time”.
a. hasn’t been saw	b. didn’t see	c. hasn’t been seeing	d. hasn’t been seen
“Diana is a wonderful ballet dancer”.
“She # # since she was four”.
a. has been dancing	b. has been danced	c. is dancing	d. was danced
“What a beautiful dress you’re wearing!”
“Thank you. It # # especially for me by a French tailor”.
a. is made	b. has made	c. made	d. was made
“Those eggs of different colors are very artistic”.
“Yes, they # # in Russia”.
a. were painted	b. were paint	c. were painting	d. painted
The city still bears the French name # # Aix-la-Chapelle.
a. of	b. as	c. is	d. for
The work of designer Sonia Rykiel was the original inspiration # # the movie.
a. of	b. for	c. to	d. in
They receive an income equal # # the value of the goods they produce.
a. of	b. for	c. to	d. no preposition
We sell a selection of plain and # # ties.
a. pattern	b. patterned	c. patterning	d. patterns
She teaches # #.
a. poet	b. poem	c. poets	d. poetry
There is friendly # # between the two teams.
a. rival	b. rivals	c. relativity	d. rivalry
We hope to increase # # this year to $50 million.
a. sale	b. sells	c. salable	d. selling
It seems like the most logical solution # # the problem.
a. of	b. to	c. with	d. from
V. Choose the word (a, b, c, or d) that best fits each of the blank spaces.
(1)# # the 18th (2)# # wealthy Englishmen (3)# # waistcoats, breeches and (4)# # under long frock coats with deep cuffs. (5)# # plumed tricorne (= three-cornered) hats and buckled shoes. Women’s dresses were (6)# # over hoop petticoats, with a small apron and lace cap. Both (7)# # wore white powdered wigs and (8)# # make-up. Later, (9)# # women wore silk dresses with sack-backs (= lengths of material descending from the shoulders to the ground). Wigs (10)# # after a tax was put on hair powder. Meanwhile, agricultural workers wore smocks (= loose shirts), while peasant women wore simple wool dresses.
a. In	b. At	c. On	d. From
a. decade	b. year	c. century	d. age
a. wear	b. wore	c. worn	d. has wore
a. stock	b. stocking	c. stocks	d. stockings
a. as well as	b. so well as	c. as long as	d. so long as
a. worn	b. wore	c. wear	d. wears
a. kinds	b. persons	c. sexes	d. groups
a. used to	b. get used to	c. used	d. using
a. aristocrat	b. aristocracy	c. aristocrats	d. aristocratic
a. appeared	b. has appeared	c. disappeared	d. has disappeared
VI. Read the following passage and choose the item (a, b, c, or d) that best answers each of the questions about it.
After the Revolutionary War people in America were able to get news of European fashions. Fashion plates (= pictures) and dolls showing the latest fashions were sent to the US, and American women began wearing large hoop skirts. Some people thought that heavy hoops and corsets were bad for the health, and encouraged women to wear looser clothes. Amelia Bloomer designed light frilled trousers, called bloomers, but many people laughed at them. Though bloomers were not popular, there was a fashion for smaller, lighter skirts. American men also followed fashion and began wearing long trousers (or pants) instead of breeches.
When did American women begin to wear large hoop skirts?
a. After the Revolutionary War
b. After fashions plates and dolls showing the latest fashion
c. After buying fashion plates and dolls
d. After some people encouraged women to wear looser clothes
What can be the best title of the passage?
a. The American Clothing After Revolution War
b. The American Cloths After Revolution War
c. The Influence of the European Fashions
d. The History of Bloomers
In the context of the passage, the word “encouraged” means # #.
a. suggested that someone does something
b. helped someone do something
c. gave someone hope
d. helped so that someone continue doing something
The word “them” in sentence 4 refers to # #.
a. the people who thought that heavy hoops and corsets were bad for the health
b. bloomers
c. women
d. American women
Which of the following is not true?
a. Some people persuaded women not to wear heavy hoops and corsets.
b. Amelia Bloomer was the one who designed frilled trousers.
c. Americans liked wearing large hoop skirts
d. American men used to wear breeches.
I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
1. a. practical	b. logical	c. rivalry	d. champagne
2. a. economic	b. conclusion	c. sailor	d. minority
3. a. tunic	b. worldwide	c. slit	d. print
4. a. clothing	b. ethnic	c. whether	d. those
5. a. subject	b. occasion	c. inspiration	d. style
II. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
6. a. baggy	b. poem	c. equal	d. unique
7. a. sailor	b. tunic	c. inspire	d. student
8. a. casual	b. consist	c. pattern	d. clothing
9. a. poetry	b. modernize	c. fashionable	d. economic
9. a. poet	b. symbol	c. sleeveless	d. constrain
III. Choose the words or phrases that are not correct in Standard English.
11. Erosion, which washes away valuable topsoil, can be prevent by planting trees and grass.
	A	B	C	D
12. Air composed of various gases including hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide.
	A	B	C	D
13. Franklin D. Roosevelt became president of the United States in 1933 and has reelected three times 
	A	B	C
before he died in 1945.
14. The horse has been an important means of transportation until the twentieth century when it was
	A	B	 C
gradually replaced by the automobile.
15. The California Gold Rush didn’t brought wealth to many who traveled west to seek their fortune.
	A	B	C	D
16. It is estimated that much of a teenager’s time is spend talking with friends.
	A	B	C	D
17. Farmers generally plant, prune, and are fertilizing fruit trees in the spring before warm weather arrives.
	A	B	C	D
18. Many Irish came to the United States during the potato famine and had never returned home.
	A	B	C	D
19. This is most beautiful piece of china I have ever seen.
	A	B	C	D
20. Connie walks more slow because she just had an operation.
	A	B	C	D
IV. Find the one choice that best completes the sentence.
“Homer is in jail for smoking marijuana”.
“He # # that it was against the law”.
a. is telling	b. was told	c. told	d. tells
“The maintenance people didn’t remove the chairs from the ballroom”.
“Don’t worry. They # # them soon”.
a. will be moved	b. will move	c. were moved	d. moved
Gold # # in California in the nineteenth century.
a. was discovered	b. has been discovered	c. were discovered	d. discovered
# # that military spending is extremely high.
a. We are felt	b. It feels	c. It is felt	d. We feel that it is
All planes # # before departure.
a. will checked	b. will has checked	c. will be checked	d. will been checked
I wanted # # by the head of the company, but it was impossible.
a. to see	b. to be seen	c. seeing	d. being to see
Look what John # # me!
a. give	b. gave	c. has giving	d. has given
“Where did you get these old dresses?”
“We # # them in the old trunk”.
a. were found	b. finding	c. found	d. have been found
“What happened to the old mail carrier?”
“He # # to a new neighborhood to work”.
a. has sent	b. was send	c. was sent	d. sent
The report notes the firm’s casual attitude # # safety procedures.
a. for	b. in	c. on	d. towards
It’s a pity if they have to close the school, but I can see the # # of it.
a. logic	b. logical	c. logically	d. logician
It was Carol who brought up the # # of sports facilities.
a. subject	b. subjective	c. subjection	d. subjectively
A crescent moon was the symbol # # the old Ottoman Empire.
a. in	b. to	c. as	d. of
The sea # # many of the artist’s later paintings.
a. inspired for	b. inspire for	c. inspired	d. inspire
These shoes have gone out # # style, but I like them.
a. of	b. off	c. for	d. over
V. Choose the word (a, b, c, or d) that best fits each of the blank spaces.
In the Victorian (1)# # men still wore frock coats but, for less formal occasions, changed (2)# # short lounging jackets worn with narrow trousers and a bow tie. (3)# # women, full dresses came back (4)# # fashion, held out from the body by a crinoline (= a frame worn under the skirt). These were (5)# # replaced (6)# # the bustle, a padded roll wrapped around the hips. Towards (7)# # end of the (8)# # women began wearing narrower skirts and two-piece (9)# # with corsets. They wore caps (10)# # and bonnets outside.
Victorian (adj) (thuộc) thời đại Nữ hoàng Victoria (1837 – 1901)
a. century	b. decade	c. empire	d. period
a. into	b. for	c. at	d. to
a. For	b. With	c. As	d. According to
a. to	b. into	c. off	d. for
a. later	b. lately	c. latest	d. late
a. for	b. with	c. by	d. to
a. a	b. an	c. the	d. no article
a. decade	b. century	c. period	d. empire
a. cloths	b. costumes	c. customers	d. shirts
a. indoor	b. inside	c. indoors	d. outdoor
VI. Read the following passage and choose the item (a, b, c, or d) that best answers each of the questions about it.
During World War I many women had jobs, and their clothes needed to be more practical. They began wearing shorter skirts and bared their legs. Soon they began wearing trousers. The lively, outrageous flapper style of the 1920s included lower waistlines, long necklaces and short hair. Men’s suits became looser and were worn with a long tie.
During the 1960s women wore miniskirts, and jeans and T-shirts became popular with both sexes. Women’s shoes appeared in many colors and styles, including sandals and platforms (= shoes with a thick sole and high heel). Since then, fashions have continued to change rapidly, and young people, especially, are quick to wear the latest styles.
What can be the best title of the passage?
a. Puritan-style clothes	b. Medieval costume
c. War Clothing	d. Style of the 20th century
When did women wear jeans?
a. In 1960	b. In the seventh decade of the 20th century.
c. In the sixth decade of the 20th century	d. During World War I
Why did women begin wearing trousers?
a. They wanted to look lively and outrageous.
b. They were fighting for greater equality between the sexes.
c. They wanted to wear clothes that are useful for their work.
d. They didn’t like wearing short skirts.
What does the word “suits” in the first paragraph mean?
a. fashions	b. style	c. dresses	d. pieces of clothing
Which of the following is not true?
a. During World War I women began wearing short skirts to bare their legs.
b. During 1960s, men and women liked to wear T-shirts.
c. During World War I women needed useful clothes.
d. Young people are quick to wear the latest styles.
Unit 3
pagoda	banyan	gather	relax 
bamboo 	afternoon	soon	took 
collection	comment	rest	blanket 
crop	grocery	locate	picnic 
business	hamburger	tomb	baggy 
admire	blanket	gather	comment 
logical	sightseer 	hamburger	location 
enjoyment	pagoda 	collection 	business 
economical	federation 	itinerary 	complication 
symbol 	picnic 	relax 	logic 
I wish the sun were shine so that we could go swimming. 
He wishes he could paint canvasses instead of houses for a live. 
I hope the weather will be nice in the weekend. 
I might not be at home on Tuesday morning but I'll probably be there at the 
I admire him for his succeed in business. 
No one uses the computer- it just sits there collect dust. 
The gallery houses one of the finest collections for impressionist art. 
That letter didn't have enough postage, so it had returned to the sender. 
I'm afraid of horses, so I will go horseback riding with Judy this afternoon. 
Tom didn't knows how to dance, so he wanted to go to the school dance. 
I wish you ___ go to see a doctor today. 
would 	can 	will	should 
We traveled overnight to Paris and arrived ___ 5 o'clock in the morning. 
till	for 	since	at 
The course begins ___ 7 January and ends sometime in April. 
on 	in 	until	till 
The telephone and the doorbell rang ___ the same time. 
at 	in 	on 	no preposition 
James lived with his parents ___ he was twenty-five. 
for 	from 	till 	through 
They stood gazing at the statue, lost ___ admiration. 
of 	in 	on 	with 
No one passed comment ___ her new hairstyle. 
at 	in 	on 	for 
There was an angry ___ of letters between the two firms. 
exchanging 	exchange 	exchanged 	exchangeable 
As a student, she ___ the Grand Canyon trails. 
hike 	hiked 	hiking 	had hiking 
Bees ___ pollen from the wild flowers. 
were gathering 	has gathering 	gathers 	were gatherers 
The tourist office ___ in the city center. 
locate 	is located 	has location 	find location 
It's a nice day - let's go ___ a picnic. 
have 	has 	in 	for 
I like to ___ with a good book when I get home from work. 
relaxing 	relaxed 	relaxation 	relax 
You should go and get ___ rest before tonight's performance. 
lot of 	some 	many 	few 
We did a lot of ___ when we were in London. 
sightseer 	sighting 	sightseers 	sightseeing 
Spectacular and (36) ___ , Niagara Falls has always been especially popular with two kinds of visitors: thrill-seekers and honeymooners. 
It's easy to see (37) ___ the thrill-seekers have visited Niagara. In 1859, Frenchman Jean Francois Gravelet, known (38) ___ "the Great Blondin," became the first person (39) ___ the falls on a tightrope. Not satisfied (40) ___ this achievement, he made the trip again, this time with his manager on his back! In 1901, a school-teacher, Mrs. Annie Edson Taylor, became the first person (41) ___ over the falls in a barrel. 
It's less easy to see why so many newlyweds feel they have to begin married life (42) ___ the falls. We do, however, know when and how this tradition got started: In 1803, Jerome Bonaparte, a nephew of Napoleon, visited Niagara Falls with his bride. 
You don't, of course, have to be a newlywed to visit Niagara (and you shouldn't be a thrill-seeker, (43) ___ stunts are now illegal). Each year many people visit from either the American side (44) ___ the Canadian side. A boat (45) ___ Maid of the Mist will take you right out to the falls! 
beautiful	beauty 	beautifully 	beautify 
how 	why 	when 	what 
as 	like 	is 	was 
cross 	crossing 	crossed 	to cross 
about 	on 	at 	with 
go 	going	went	to cross 
in 	on 	at 	with 
so 	since 	when 	why 
nor 	as 	or 	like 
called 	name 	names 	is 
Lieutenant Ives was one of the first non-Indians to see the canyon. He wrote, "It seems intended by nature that the Colorado River ... shall be forever unvisited." 
In 1869, John Wesley Powell became the first to explore the Grand Canyon. The rapids of the Colorado River and the narrow, twisting canyon walls were extremely dangerous. Powell set off with ten men and four boats and emerged, several weeks later, with six men and two boats. 
The prediction made by Lieutenant Ives couldn't have been more wrong. Today, millions visit the Grand Canyon each year. Many come only for a quick look. But for those who want to explore the canyon, there are plenty of opportunities. 
You can explore the canyon by helicopter. Going up and down the canyon sides can be a lot like being on a roller coaster. 
You can hike down to the bottom of the canyon. It's a two-day round trip, and you must bring lots of water. Once there, you can stay at the Phantom Ranch, which has a campsite and dining hall. If you prefer, you can make this trip by mule. 
On foot or on muleback, you can also reach the village of the Havasupai, at the west end of the canyon. 
Finally, you can go rafting on the Colorado River. Because of the danger, if you want to go alone you'll need permission from the park superintendent. But you can also go with a group on a weeklong rafting and camping trip. The groups use rafts that are linked together and are too big to tip over. In this way you can enjoy the rapids without risking your life. 
What can be the best title of the passage? 
The Amazing Grand Canyon 
Exploring the Grand Canyon 
How to Explore a Canyon Without Risking Your Life 
Lieutenant Ives' Prediction 
According to the author, _____. 
Lieutenant Ives was the first to see the Grand Canyon 
John Wesley Powell explored the Grand Canyon with six men and two boats 
the prediction made by Lieutenant Ives is now proved wrong 
the Colorado River will be forever unvisited 
According to the passage, how can we explore the canyon? 
We can explore the canyon by helicopter. 
We can explore the canyon by hiking. 
We can explore the canyon by rafting. 
All are correct 
In the context of the paragraph 2, "set off’’ means _____. 
to leave on a trip 
to cause something to operate 
to cause a situation to happen 
to arrange for someone to go to a place to do a job 
Which of the following is true? 
On the canyon sides, there are a lot of roller coasters. 
People visit the Grand Canyon each year just for a quick look. 
You can go rafting on the Colorado River only when you have the park superintendent's assistance. 
We can enjoy the rapids without risking our life by linking our rafts. 
advance 	advertise 	attend 	amount 
aspect 	edition 	experience 	examine 
campus 	until 	supply 	Publish 
polite 	candidate 	deposit 	persuasive 
amount 	found 	course 	council 
advance 	amount 	attend 	campus 
describe 	foreign 	study 	order 
persuade 	polite 	publish 	supply 
until 	begin 	oral 	award 
advertise 	deposit 	candidate 	institute 
If she has driven all that way since this morning, she will tired and hungry. 
If I can't finish the job this weekend, I will try to get it does during the week. 
If John is pick for the team, he will be boasting about it for weeks! 
If eggs aren't kept at the proper temperature, they wouldn't hatch. 
My uncle explains that I had to put soil all round the plant. 
Tom suggested us to go home early. 
He asked if New York was the biggest city on America. 
Parents are sent a reading list a few weeks on advance of the start of the school year. 
Born on India, he attended high school and medical school in Madras. 
He refused to give precise details of how the law will be changed. 
We're studying the Roman Empire this year, and I'm also taking a ___ in archaeology at evening school. 
lesson 	course 	syllabus 	curriculum 
It's a pity that archaeology isn't included in the ___ here. 
lesson 	period 	curriculum 	topic 
'Do you know any English ___ ?"Yes. "On the ball." It means "alert" and "able to do something". 
idioms 	proverbs 	sayings 	sports 
If she has too much to do, she must ask someone ___ her. 
to help 	help 	helping 	helps 
If he isn't coming tonight, he might ___ next week. 
to come 	coming 	came 	come 
Vicky asked ___ everyone was angry. 
how	what 	why 	which 
Tom asked her where she ___. 
was going 	goes 	will go 	are going 
The teacher told us ___. 
not to talk 	not talk 	not talking 	don't talk 
The shop promised to keep the goods for me if I ___ a deposit. 
made 	paid 	gave 	left 
This method is discussed in greater ___ in Chapter 4. 
detail 	details 	detailing 	detailer 
I ___ a brief moment of panic. 
received 	felt 	experienced 	took 
He can persuade himself ___ believing anything he wants to believe. 
about 	to 	into 	onto 
You must be more polite ____ the customers. 

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