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funnyseason
08-01-2009, 01:17 PM
Tiếp tục đy!!!

Identify mistakes
21. Jack London is known as one of the great novelist in the world.
A B C D
22. I was impressed by his friendly.
A B C D
23. You have to give out smoking or you’ll die.
A B C D
24. A lot of rice are grown in Vietnam.
A B C D
25. I couldn’t help laugh when hearing Ann singing that song.
A B C D
Reading
The 1990s say great changes in the way people communicate. People could send mail without going to the post office, and go shopping without leaving home. Words like email and download became part of everyday life vocabulary. The cause of this great change was the Internet.
The idea for the Internet began in the early 1960s in the United States. The Department of Defence wanted to connect their computers together in order to share private information. In 1969, the ARPA net (an early form of the Internet) first connected computers at four American universities. One computer successfully sent information to another. In 1972, scientists shared ARPA net with the world. They created a way to send person-to-person messages using ARPA net. This was the beginning of email.
Over the next few years, there was a lot of progress made in the world of computing, but most people were not using the Internet. Then, in the 1990s, two important things happened: the birth of the World Wide Web in 1991 and the creation of the first Web browser in 1993. The Web made it easier to find information on the Internet, and to move from place to place using links. The Web and browser made it possible to see information as a web site with pictures, sounds, and words.
Today, millions of people connect to the Internet to send email, visit websites, or store information on servers. Computers are now an important part of our lives and are changing how we learn, work, shop, and communicate.
26. The passage mainly discusses ............................................


the development of the Internet.
the development of the Internet.
the changes in the way people communicate.
the importance of computers in life.

27. According to the passage, with the Internet ...................... .


people can do the shopping right at home.
we have to go to the post office to send mail.
people can travel from one place to another quickly.
we can download everyday life vocabulary.

28. It can be inferred from the passage that ............................ .


the idea for the Internet began in the late 19th century.
the ARPA net was invented in 1972.
the Internet didn’t become popular until the birth of World Wide Web and the Web browser.
it was impossible to send mail through ARPA net.

29. Which of the following is true of ARPA net?


ARPA net was created in the early 1970s.
ARPA net helps send information from one computer to another.
It was not until 1972 that ARPA net was shared with the world.
Both B and C are correct.

30. Which of the following is not true about the Internet?


It changes the way people communicate.
Millions of people use the Internet nowadays.
We can visit different places in the world using the Internet.
It’s still impossible to hear sound.


In spite of all the warnings, we are still not looking after our planet. Look what is happening to our forests. We are cutting them ______ (31) at an alarming rate. If we keep on doing this, many animals and plants will _______ (32) extinct. Rare ________ (33), such as the mountain gorilla, are already in ______ (34). More will follow.
Forests are important for another reason, too. They help to slow the rate of global warning. Trees soak up gases like carbon dioxide, which are given ________ (35) by power stations and factories. They also produce oxygen and act the lungs of the world.
It is clear that forests _______ (36) a major contribution to the health of our planet. ________ (37) it is a sad fact that very few governments have passed laws to protect them. Now, United Nations chiefs are studying the problem. They say that the best way to ________ (38) forests is to educate the local people. These people often cut down forests because it is the only way they can ________ (39) a living. But they do not wish to destroy their forests unnecessarily. If they are offered a different way to make money, hopefully they will ________ (40) the forests alone.
31. A. up B. in C. off D. down
32. A. go B. get C. become D. result
33. A. species B. tribes C. races D. specialties
34. A. threat B. danger C. fact D. troubles
35. A. off B. up C. out D. over
36. A. put B. make C. do D. play
37. A. Although B. So C. In spite of D. Also
38. A. safe B. arrange C. save D. aid
39. A. do B. earn C. get D. have
40. A. leave B. let C. allow D. permit

shi_chan
08-01-2009, 02:43 PM
Identify mistakes
21. Jack London is known as one of the great novelist in the world.
A B C D
22. I was impressed by his friendly.
A B C D
23. You have to give out smoking or youll die.
A B C D
24. A lot of rice are grown in Vietnam.
A B C D
25. I couldnt help laugh when hearing Ann singing that song.
A B C D
Reading
The 1990s say great changes in the way people communicate. People could send mail without going to the post office, and go shopping without leaving home. Words like email and download became part of everyday life vocabulary. The cause of this great change was the Internet.
The idea for the Internet began in the early 1960s in the United States. The Department of Defence wanted to connect their computers together in order to share private information. In 1969, the ARPA net (an early form of the Internet) first connected computers at four American universities. One computer successfully sent information to another. In 1972, scientists shared ARPA net with the world. They created a way to send person-to-person messages using ARPA net. This was the beginning of email.
Over the next few years, there was a lot of progress made in the world of computing, but most people were not using the Internet. Then, in the 1990s, two important things happened: the birth of the World Wide Web in 1991 and the creation of the first Web browser in 1993. The Web made it easier to find information on the Internet, and to move from place to place using links. The Web and browser made it possible to see information as a web site with pictures, sounds, and words.
Today, millions of people connect to the Internet to send email, visit websites, or store information on servers. Computers are now an important part of our lives and are changing how we learn, work, shop, and communicate.
26. The passage mainly discusses ............................................


the development of the Internet.
the development of the Internet.
the changes in the way people communicate.
the importance of computers in life.
27. According to the passage, with the Internet ...................... .


people can do the shopping right at home.
we have to go to the post office to send mail.
people can travel from one place to another quickly.
we can download everyday life vocabulary.
28. It can be inferred from the passage that ............................ .


the idea for the Internet began in the late 19th century.
the ARPA net was invented in 1972.
the Internet didnt become popular until the birth of World Wide Web and the Web browser.
it was impossible to send mail through ARPA net.
29. Which of the following is true of ARPA net?


ARPA net was created in the early 1970s.
ARPA net helps send information from one computer to another.
It was not until 1972 that ARPA net was shared with the world.
Both B and C are correct.
30. Which of the following is not true about the Internet?


It changes the way people communicate.
Millions of people use the Internet nowadays.
We can visit different places in the world using the Internet.
Its still impossible to hear sound.

In spite of all the warnings, we are still not looking after our planet. Look what is happening to our forests. We are cutting them ..... (31) at an alarming rate. If we keep on doing this, many animals and plants will ..........(32) extinct. Rare ...........(33), such as the mountain gorilla, are already in .......... (34). More will follow.
Forests are important for another reason, too. They help to slow the rate of global warning. Trees soak up gases like carbon dioxide, which are given ________ (35) by power stations and factories. They also produce oxygen and act the lungs of the world.
It is clear that forests _______ (36) a major contribution to the health of our planet. ________ (37) it is a sad fact that very few governments have passed laws to protect them. Now, United Nations chiefs are studying the problem. They say that the best way to ________ (38) forests is to educate the local people. These people often cut down forests because it is the only way they can ________ (39) a living. But they do not wish to destroy their forests unnecessarily. If they are offered a different way to make money, hopefully they will ________ (40) the forests alone.
31. A. up B. in C. off D. down
32. A. go B. get C. become D. result
33. A. species B. tribes C. races D. specialties
34. A. threat B. danger C. fact D. troubles
35. A. off B. up C. out D. over
36. A. put B. make C. do D. play
37. A. Although B. So C. In spite of D. Also
38. A. safe B. arrange C. save D. aid
39. A. do B. earn C. get D. have
40. A. leave B. let C. allow D. permit
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hippoha
08-01-2009, 11:11 PM
Identify mistakes
21. Jack London is known as one of the great novelist in the world.
A B C D
22. I was impressed by his friendly.
A B C D
23. You have to give out smoking or youll die.
A B C D
24. A lot of rice are grown in Vietnam.
A B C D
25. I couldnt help laugh when hearing Ann singing that song.
A B C D
Reading
The 1990s say great changes in the way people communicate. People could send mail without going to the post office, and go shopping without leaving home. Words like email and download became part of everyday life vocabulary. The cause of this great change was the Internet.
The idea for the Internet began in the early 1960s in the United States. The Department of Defence wanted to connect their computers together in order to share private information. In 1969, the ARPA net (an early form of the Internet) first connected computers at four American universities. One computer successfully sent information to another. In 1972, scientists shared ARPA net with the world. They created a way to send person-to-person messages using ARPA net. This was the beginning of email.
Over the next few years, there was a lot of progress made in the world of computing, but most people were not using the Internet. Then, in the 1990s, two important things happened: the birth of the World Wide Web in 1991 and the creation of the first Web browser in 1993. The Web made it easier to find information on the Internet, and to move from place to place using links. The Web and browser made it possible to see information as a web site with pictures, sounds, and words.
Today, millions of people connect to the Internet to send email, visit websites, or store information on servers. Computers are now an important part of our lives and are changing how we learn, work, shop, and communicate.
26. The passage mainly discusses ............................................


the development of the Internet.
the development of the Internet.
the changes in the way people communicate.
the importance of computers in life.
27. According to the passage, with the Internet ...................... .


people can do the shopping right at home.
we have to go to the post office to send mail.
people can travel from one place to another quickly.
we can download everyday life vocabulary.
28. It can be inferred from the passage that ............................ .


the idea for the Internet began in the late 19th century.
the ARPA net was invented in 1972.
the Internet didnt become popular until the birth of World Wide Web and the Web browser.
it was impossible to send mail through ARPA net.
29. Which of the following is true of ARPA net?


ARPA net was created in the early 1970s.
ARPA net helps send information from one computer to another.
It was not until 1972 that ARPA net was shared with the world.
Both B and C are correct.
30. Which of the following is not true about the Internet?


It changes the way people communicate.
Millions of people use the Internet nowadays.
We can visit different places in the world using the Internet.
Its still impossible to hear sound.

In spite of all the warnings, we are still not looking after our planet. Look what is happening to our forests. We are cutting them ______ (31) at an alarming rate. If we keep on doing this, many animals and plants will _______ (32) extinct. Rare ________ (33), such as the mountain gorilla, are already in ______ (34). More will follow.
Forests are important for another reason, too. They help to slow the rate of global warning. Trees soak up gases like carbon dioxide, which are given ________ (35) by power stations and factories. They also produce oxygen and act the lungs of the world.
It is clear that forests _______ (36) a major contribution to the health of our planet. ________ (37) it is a sad fact that very few governments have passed laws to protect them. Now, United Nations chiefs are studying the problem. They say that the best way to ________ (38) forests is to educate the local people. These people often cut down forests because it is the only way they can ________ (39) a living. But they do not wish to destroy their forests unnecessarily. If they are offered a different way to make money, hopefully they will ________ (40) the forests alone.
31. A. up B. in C. off D. down
32. A. go B. get C. become D. result
33. A. species B. tribes C. races D. specialties
34. A. threat B. danger C. fact D. troubles
35. A. off B. up C. out D. over
36. A. put B. make C. do D. play
37. A. Although B. So C. In spite of D. Also
38. A. safe B. arrange C. save D. aid
39. A. do B. earn C. get D. have
40. A. leave B. let C. allow D. permit

pha l tuyết
11-01-2009, 03:46 PM
Tiếp tục đy!!!

Identify mistakes
21. Jack London is known as one of the great novelist in the world.
A B C D
22. I was impressed by his friendly.
A B C D
23. You have to give out smoking or you’ll die.
A B C D
24. A lot of rice are grown in Vietnam.
A B C D
25. I couldn’t help laugh when hearing Ann singing that song.
A B C D
Reading
The 1990s say great changes in the way people communicate. People could send mail without going to the post office, and go shopping without leaving home. Words like email and download became part of everyday life vocabulary. The cause of this great change was the Internet.
The idea for the Internet began in the early 1960s in the United States. The Department of Defence wanted to connect their computers together in order to share private information. In 1969, the ARPA net (an early form of the Internet) first connected computers at four American universities. One computer successfully sent information to another. In 1972, scientists shared ARPA net with the world. They created a way to send person-to-person messages using ARPA net. This was the beginning of email.
Over the next few years, there was a lot of progress made in the world of computing, but most people were not using the Internet. Then, in the 1990s, two important things happened: the birth of the World Wide Web in 1991 and the creation of the first Web browser in 1993. The Web made it easier to find information on the Internet, and to move from place to place using links. The Web and browser made it possible to see information as a web site with pictures, sounds, and words.
Today, millions of people connect to the Internet to send email, visit websites, or store information on servers. Computers are now an important part of our lives and are changing how we learn, work, shop, and communicate.
26. The passage mainly discusses ............................................


the development of the Internet.
the development of the Internet.
the changes in the way people communicate.
the importance of computers in life.
27. According to the passage, with the Internet ...................... .


people can do the shopping right at home.
we have to go to the post office to send mail.
people can travel from one place to another quickly.
we can download everyday life vocabulary.
28. It can be inferred from the passage that ............................ .


the idea for the Internet began in the late 19th century.
the ARPA net was invented in 1972.
the Internet didn’t become popular until the birth of World Wide Web and the Web browser.
it was impossible to send mail through ARPA net.
29. Which of the following is true of ARPA net?


ARPA net was created in the early 1970s.
ARPA net helps send information from one computer to another.
It was not until 1972 that ARPA net was shared with the world.
Both B and C are correct.
30. Which of the following is not true about the Internet?


It changes the way people communicate.
Millions of people use the Internet nowadays.
We can visit different places in the world using the Internet.
It’s still impossible to hear sound.
In spite of all the warnings, we are still not looking after our planet. Look what is happening to our forests. We are cutting them ______ (31) at an alarming rate. If we keep on doing this, many animals and plants will _______ (32) extinct. Rare ________ (33), such as the mountain gorilla, are already in ______ (34). More will follow.
Forests are important for another reason, too. They help to slow the rate of global warning. Trees soak up gases like carbon dioxide, which are given ________ (35) by power stations and factories. They also produce oxygen and act the lungs of the world.
It is clear that forests _______ (36) a major contribution to the health of our planet. ________ (37) it is a sad fact that very few governments have passed laws to protect them. Now, United Nations chiefs are studying the problem. They say that the best way to ________ (38) forests is to educate the local people. These people often cut down forests because it is the only way they can ________ (39) a living. But they do not wish to destroy their forests unnecessarily. If they are offered a different way to make money, hopefully they will ________ (40) the forests alone.
31. A. up B. in C. off D. down
32. A. go B. get C. become D. result
33. A. species B. tribes C. races D. specialties
34. A. threat B. danger C. fact D. troubles
35. A. off B. up C. out D. over
36. A. put B. make C. do D. play
37. A. Although B. So C. In spite of D. Also
38. A. safe B. arrange C. save D. aid
39. A. do B. earn C. get D. have
40. A. leave B. let C. allow D. permit
Ph.... xong ri

pha l tuyết
22-01-2009, 06:49 PM
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arumlily
23-01-2009, 09:07 PM
Identify mistakes
21. Jack London is known as one of the great novelist in the world.
A B C D
22. I was impressed by his friendly.
A B C D
23. You have to give out smoking or youll die.
A B C D
24. A lot of rice are grown in Vietnam.
A B C D
25. I couldnt help laugh when hearing Ann singing that song.
A B C D
Reading
The 1990s say great changes in the way people communicate. People could send mail without going to the post office, and go shopping without leaving home. Words like email and download became part of everyday life vocabulary. The cause of this great change was the Internet.
The idea for the Internet began in the early 1960s in the United States. The Department of Defence wanted to connect their computers together in order to share private information. In 1969, the ARPA net (an early form of the Internet) first connected computers at four American universities. One computer successfully sent information to another. In 1972, scientists shared ARPA net with the world. They created a way to send person-to-person messages using ARPA net. This was the beginning of email.
Over the next few years, there was a lot of progress made in the world of computing, but most people were not using the Internet. Then, in the 1990s, two important things happened: the birth of the World Wide Web in 1991 and the creation of the first Web browser in 1993. The Web made it easier to find information on the Internet, and to move from place to place using links. The Web and browser made it possible to see information as a web site with pictures, sounds, and words.
Today, millions of people connect to the Internet to send email, visit websites, or store information on servers. Computers are now an important part of our lives and are changing how we learn, work, shop, and communicate.
26. The passage mainly discusses ............................................


the development of the Internet.
the development of the Internet.
the changes in the way people communicate.
the importance of computers in life.

27. According to the passage, with the Internet ...................... .


people can do the shopping right at home.
we have to go to the post office to send mail.
people can travel from one place to another quickly.
we can download everyday life vocabulary.

28. It can be inferred from the passage that ............................ .


the idea for the Internet began in the late 19th century.
the ARPA net was invented in 1972.
the Internet didnt become popular until the birth of World Wide Web and the Web browser.
it was impossible to send mail through ARPA net.

29. Which of the following is true of ARPA net?


ARPA net was created in the early 1970s.
ARPA net helps send information from one computer to another.
It was not until 1972 that ARPA net was shared with the world.
Both B and C are correct.

30. Which of the following is not true about the Internet?


It changes the way people communicate.
Millions of people use the Internet nowadays.
We can visit different places in the world using the Internet.
Its still impossible to hear sound.


In spite of all the warnings, we are still not looking after our planet. Look what is happening to our forests. We are cutting them ______ (31) at an alarming rate. If we keep on doing this, many animals and plants will _______ (32) extinct. Rare ________ (33), such as the mountain gorilla, are already in ______ (34). More will follow.
Forests are important for another reason, too. They help to slow the rate of global warning. Trees soak up gases like carbon dioxide, which are given ________ (35) by power stations and factories. They also produce oxygen and act the lungs of the world.
It is clear that forests _______ (36) a major contribution to the health of our planet. ________ (37) it is a sad fact that very few governments have passed laws to protect them. Now, United Nations chiefs are studying the problem. They say that the best way to ________ (38) forests is to educate the local people. These people often cut down forests because it is the only way they can ________ (39) a living. But they do not wish to destroy their forests unnecessarily. If they are offered a different way to make money, hopefully they will ________ (40) the forests alone.
31. A. up B. in C. off D. down
32. A. go B. get C. become D. result
33. A. species B. tribes C. races D. specialties
34. A. threat B. danger C. fact D. troubles
35. A. off B. up C. out D. over
37. A. Although B. So C. In spite of D. Also
38. A. safe B. arrange C. save D. aid
39. A. do B. earn C. get D. have:13_002:
40. A. leave B. let C. allow D. permit __________________

arumlily
23-01-2009, 09:10 PM
xin lỗi mọi người cn cu 24 24.
A lot of rice are grown in Vietnam.
A B C D