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Đề tài: Giải bài tập ngữ pháp

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    Mặc định Giải bài tập ngữ pháp

    Chữ viết tắt:
    S = Subject
    V = Verb
    O = Object
    C = Complement

    TEST 1


    Choose the one best answer (a, b, c or d) to each question.

    1. Which of the phrases in quotation marks functions as subject?
    A. "To love and to be loved" is the greatest happiness.
    B. Have "the police" found the thief?
    C. "Collecting stamps" is her hobby.
    D. All of them.

    2. What is the function of "silent" in "He remained silent for hours."?
    A. subject
    B. object
    C. subject complement
    D. adverbial

    3. He bought "a very expensive piano with carved legs". The part in quotation mark is called:
    A. a noun phrase
    B. an adjective phrase
    C. a noun clause
    D. a predicate

    4. “She became a famous novelist when she was 20.” The correct clause type of this sentence is:
    A. SVC
    B. SVOA
    C. SVOO
    D. SVO

    5. Which of the the phrases in quotation marks functions as an object complement?
    A. He has made "a very nice chair" for his son.
    B. The sad film made her "cry".
    C. He came to Hanoi "yesterday".
    D. My youngest sister has become "an architect".


    6. He has done all the homework "with great care". The part in quotation mark functions as:
    A. subject
    B. object
    C. object complement
    D. adverbial


    7. “What she has said surprises me.” The correct clause type of this sentence is:
    A. SVA
    B. SVC
    C. SVO
    D. SVOC


    8. “We don’t know the reason why she became angry.” The correct clause type of this sentence is:
    A. SVC
    B. SVA
    C. SVOA
    D. SVO


    9. A clause following an adjective is its ........................
    A. adjectival complement
    B. object
    C. predicate
    D. none is correct


    10. The boy has sent "his mother" a birthday gift. The part in quotation mark functions as:
    A. direct object
    B. indirect object
    C. object complement
    D. adverbial


    11. “My mother went to Hanoi by car.” The correct clause type of this sentence is:

    A. SVA
    B. SV
    C. SVAA
    D. SVOA


    12. She succeeded in "winning the first prize in a singing contest". The part in quotation mark functions as:
    A. object complement
    B. adverbial of time
    C. postmodifier to noun
    D. prepositional object


    13. "What he is saying" means nothing to her. The part in quotation mark functions as :
    A. object
    B. complement
    C. subject
    D. none is correct


    14. “She has bought a new camera for US$ 800.” The correct clause type of this sentence is:
    A. SVOA
    B. SVOC
    C. SVO
    D. SVOO


    15. It is not easy "to learn a new language". The part in quotation mark functions as:
    A. adjectival complement
    B. object complement
    C. subject complement
    D. extraposed subject


    16. She has told me "where to put the old newspapers". The part in quotation mark functions as:
    A. adverbial of place
    B. object complement
    C. indirect object
    D. direct object


    17. "Where he came from" is always a mystery to all of us. The part in quotation mark functions as:
    A. adverbial of place
    B. a finite clause
    C. subject complement
    D. subject


    18. “They put all their money in the bank.” The correct clause type of this sentence is:
    A. SVOO
    B. SVOA
    C. SVOC
    D. SVO


    19. Which of the following is NOT a noun phrase?
    A. the books which were written by To Hoai
    B. the pretty girl with a cleft chin
    C. something interesting
    D. none of them


    20. “She didn’t tell me when she would come back.” The correct clause type of this sentence is:
    A. SVOC
    B. SVOA
    C. SVO
    D. SVOO


    21. Which of the following can function as an adverbial?
    A. a noun phrase
    B. an adverb phrase
    C. a prepositional phrase
    D. all of them


    22. “It is not clear when her birthday is.” The correct clause type of this sentence is:
    A. SVO
    B. SV
    C. SVA
    D. SVC


    23. Which of the following is a noun phrase?
    A. What hot weather!
    B. International Organisations
    C. Wonderful!
    D. Another cup of coffee?


    24. “Do you find it easy to learn English?” The correct clause type of this sentence is:
    A. SVOO
    B. SVOC
    C. SVOA
    D. SVC


    25. The beautiful girl "in a blue dress" is my niece. The part in quotation mark is:
    A. a prepositional phrase
    B. an adverb phrase
    C. a predicate
    D. a prepositional object


    TEST 2
    Choose the one best answer (a, b, c or d) to each question. 1. Which method of analysis does not label individual words?
    A. Descriptive Analysis
    B. PS rule analysis
    C. Tree diagram Analysis
    D. none of them


    2. In Descriptive Analysis, we must break a simple sentence into parts as:
    A. words
    B. phrases
    C. clauses
    D. words and phrases


    3. What is the hierarchy of syntactic levels topdown?
    A. word – clause – phrase – sentence
    B. word – phrase – clause – sentence
    C. sentence – clause – phrase – word
    D. sentence – word – phrase – clause


    4. A tree diagram of a sentence has two branches NP and VP to stand for:
    A. the subject – the predicate
    B. the verb – the object
    C. the object – the complement
    D. the verb- the subject


    5. In a tree diagram of a sentence, the verb phrase (VP) can have at most:
    A. 2 sub-branches
    B. 3 sub-branches
    C. 4 sub-branches
    D. 5 sub-branches


    6. The man who does not see "that the good of every living creature is his good" is a fool. The part in quotation mark can be analysed as:
    A. a noun clause, object of “does not see”
    B. an adjective clause, modifying “man”
    C. main clause
    D. an adverb clause, modifying “does not see”


    7. Analysed traditionally, the sentence “The girl who is standing at the door is my teacher’s daughter.” has:
    A. one main clause and one subordinate clause
    B. two main clauses
    C. one main clause
    D. a & c are correct


    8. He walked so fast "that I couldn’t run after him". The part in quotation mark is:
    A. the main clause
    B. an adjective clause
    C. an adverb clause
    D. a noun clause


    9. He is studying very hard "to pass the examination". The part in quotation mark can be described as:
    A. a non-finite clause
    B. an adverbial of purpose
    C. a to-infinitive clause
    D. all of them


    10. Is there "anything new" to tell us? The part in quotation mark is:
    A. a noun phrase used as extraposed subject
    B. an adjective phrase used as subject complement
    C. a noun phrase which functions as direct object
    D. none is correct


    11. Which of the following expressions would be generated by this phrase structure rule: NP = Det + Adj. + N?
    A. the children
    B. a nice girl
    C. a washing-machine
    D. sports shoes


    12. Which may be the phrase structure rule for the verb phrase in the sentence: “He hit the woman with long hair.”?
    A. VP = Vp + Np + Pp
    B. VP = Vp + Np
    C. VP = Vp + Np + Adj.p
    D. VP = Vp + Np ( Np + Pp )


    13. Which of the following sentences would be generated by this phrase structure rule: S = NP + VP ( Vp + Np + Np )?
    A. The boy has sent his mother a postcard.
    B. The boy has done his homework well.
    C. The man has bought a very expensive car.
    D. The lawyer has come early this morning.


    14. Which of the following expressions would be generated by this phrase structure rule: Adj. P = Adj. + V-ing clause (V-ing. + N) ?
    A. too hot to drink
    B. busy doing housework
    C. a very interesting story
    D. looking for a job


    15. Which of the following expressions would be generated by this phrase structure rule: VP = Vp + Np + Pp?
    A. stood the ladder against the wall
    B. has found a house with a large garden
    C. put the book on the desk
    D. a & c


    16. Which may be the phrase structure rule for the noun phrase “conference hall”?
    A. N + adj.
    B. adj. + N
    C. det. + N
    D. N + N


    17. What is the correct analysis of “The farmer was eating his lunch in the corn field.”?
    A. The farmer (S:NP) was eating (V:VP) his lunch (O:NP) in the cornfield (AreP)
    B. The farmer (S:NP) was eating (V:VP) his lunch (A:NP) in the cornfield (A:PP)
    C. The farmer (S:NP) was eating (V:VP) his lunch (O:NP) in the cornfield (C:PP)
    D. The farmer (S:NP) was eating (V:VP) his lunch (C:NP) in the cornfield (A:PP)


    18. The sentence “The dream that he will become a famous musician always resides in his mind” can be analysed as:
    A. “the dream always resides in his mind”: main clause; “that he will become a famous musician”: noun clause, appositive to “dream”.
    B. “the dream always resides in his mind”: main clause; “that he will become a famous musician”: relative clause, post-modifying “dream”.
    C. “the dream always resides in his mind”: main clause; “that he will become a famous musician”: adverb clause of time modifying “dream”.
    D. a & b are correct


    19. Which may be the phrase structure rule for the adverb phrase in the sentence: “He spoke so softly that we couldn’t hear him.”?
    A. Adv. P = adv. + adv. + clause
    B. Adv. P = adv. + adv.p (adv. + clause)
    C. Adv. P = adv. + clause
    D. Adv. P = adv.p + relative clause


    20. She finds Fred quite unpleasant.
    A. She (S:NP) finds (V:VP) Fred (O:NP) quite unpleasant (A:Adv.P)
    B. She (S:NP) finds (V:VP) Fred (O:NP) quite unpleasant (Co:Adj.P)
    C. She (S:NP) finds (V:VP) Fred (Co:NP) quite unpleasant (A:Adv.P)
    D. She (S:NP) finds (V:VP) Fred (O:NP) quite unpleasant (A:Adj.P)


    21. Coal is a very important mineral.
    A. Coal (S:NP) is (V:VP) a very important mineral (O:NP)
    B. Coal (S:AP) is (V:VP) a very important mineral (A:NP)
    C. Coal (O:NP) is (V:VP) a very important mineral (A:AP)
    D. Coal (S:NP) is (V:VP) a very important mineral (Cs:NP)


    22. Tom has made his wife a cup of tea.
    A. Tom (S:NP) has made (V:VP) his wife (Od: NP) a cup of tea (O:NP)
    B. Tom (S:NP) has made (V:VP) his wife (Od: NP) a cup of tea (A:PP)
    C. Tom (S:NP) has made (V:VP) his wife (Oi: NP) a cup of tea (Od:NP)
    D. Tom (S:NP) has made (V:VP) his wife (Od: NP) a cup of tea (C:NP)


    23. At the school-gate are standing some foreigners.
    A. At the school -gate (S :PP) are standing (V:VP) some foreigners (O: NP)
    B. At the school -gate (A:PP) are standing (V:VP) some foreigners (O: NP)
    C. At the school -gate (S:PP) are standing (V:VP) some foreigners (A: NP)
    D. At the school -gate (A:PP) are standing (V:VP) some foreigners (S: NP)


    24. How beautiful she is!
    A. How beautiful (A:adj.P) she (S:NP) is (V:VP)
    B. How beautiful (sC:adj.P) she (S:NP) is (V:VP)
    C. How beautiful (A:adv.P) she (S:NP) is (V:VP)
    D. How beautiful (O:dj.P) she (S:NP) is (V:VP)


    25. She has painted the bedroom yellow.
    A. She (O:NP) has painted (V:VP) the bedroom( S:NP) yellow (Co:AP)
    B. She (S:NP) has painted (V:VP ) the bedroom (O:NP) yellow (Cs:NP)
    C. She (S:NP) has painted (V:VP) the bedroom (O:NP) yellow (Co:AP)
    D. She (S: NP) has painted (V:VP) the bedroom (A:NP) yellow (A: AP)


    TEST 3
    Choose the best combination for each of the following sets of simple sentences. 1. Who wrote “Hamlet”? Can you tell me that?
    A. Can you tell me who Hamlet was?
    B. Can you tell me who wrote Hamlet?
    C. Can you tell me what Hamlet wrote?
    D. Can you tell me which of them was Hamlet?


    2. She has given up using a telephone. What is more, she has given away her typewriter.
    A. She has given up using a telephone, not a typewriter.
    B. She has given up using both a telephone and a typewriter.
    C. She has given up using a telephone to buy a typewriter.
    D. She has been given a telephone, not a typewriter.


    3. You might need help at some time. Then you must let me know.
    A. You must let me know when you need help.
    B. I want to know why you need help.
    C. I don’t know when I can give you some help.
    D. If you need some help, why don’t you let me know?


    4. We will first agree on your programme. Immediately after that, you can start making appointments.
    A. We will agree on your programme after you start making appointments.
    B. We will agree on your programme so that you can start making appointments.
    C. To start making appointments, we must discuss the programme.
    D. You can start making appointments as soon as we agree on your programme.


    5. She moved to Hanoi 5 years ago. From that point of time, we haven’t heard anything from her.
    A. When she moved to Hanoi 5 years ago, we haven’t heard anything from her.
    B. Since she moved to Hanoi 5 years ago, we haven’t heard anything from her.
    C. We have heard nothing from her because she moved to Hanoi.
    D. She moved to Hanoi 5 years ago and hasn’t heard anything from us.


    6. I will leave a message for you with my secretary. It is possible that I will be out when you telephone.
    A. I will leave a message for you with my secretary so that I will be out.
    B. I will certainly be out when you telephone; therefore , I will leave a message for you with my secretary.
    C. I will leave a message for you with my secretary in case I am out when you telephone.
    D. Because I will leave a message for you with my secretary, you can go out when I telephone.


    7. The German army was no longer to be considered as invincible. This was apparent to all the world.
    A. It was apparent to all the world that the German army was no longer to be considered as invincible.
    B. That the German army was no longer to be considered as invincible was apparent to all the world.
    C. The German army was no longer to be considered as invincible was apparent to all the world.
    D. A & B are correct.


    8. We cannot stay here. We must face that fact. It’s an unpleasant fact.
    A. We must face an unpleasant fact that we cannot stay here.
    B. It’s unpleasant for us to face the fact that we cannot stay here.
    C. That we cannot stay here is an unpleasant fact we must face.
    D. All are correct.


    9. He wrote a letter. He wrote it for a certain reason. He wrote it to his superior. He told me about this.
    A. He told me he had written a letter without any reason.
    B. He told me he had written a letter to his superior without any reason.
    C. He told me he had no reason to write a letter to his superior.
    D. He told me he had written a letter to his superior for a certain reason.


    10. He stole a book. The book was written by a famous author. I was told this.
    A. I was told that he had stolen a book which was written by a famous author.
    B. I was told that he had written a famous book.
    C. I was told that he had a book which was written by a famous author.
    D. I was told that the book was written by a famous author.


    11. Gamlin explored the interior regions in Africa. He was employed by the African Association. The undertaking was hazardous.
    A. It was hazardous for Gamlin to be employed to explore the interior regions in Africa.
    B. It was hazardous for Gamlin to be employed by the African Association to explore the interior regions in Africa.
    C. Gamlin was employed to explore the interior regions in Africa, which was hazardous.
    D. The African Association employed Gamlin to explore the interior regions in Africa, which was a hazardous undertaking.


    12. Children nowadays get too much pocket money. It is not good. This is my opinion.
    A. That children nowadays get too much pocket money is not good for my opinion.
    B. It’s my good opinion that children nowadays get too much pocket money.
    C. Children nowadays are not good to get too much pocket money.
    D. My opinion is that it’s not good for children nowadays to get too much pocket money.


    13. She returned to the city. Many of its picturesque houses had been demolished. She was dismayed.
    A. She was dismayed to see many picturesque houses of the city had been demolished when she returned.
    B. She returned to the city to be dismayed to see many of its picturesque houses had been demolished.
    C. She returned to the city when many of its picturesque houses had been demolished and she was dismayed.
    D. All are correct.


    14. They hid the treasure in some place. The treasure was very valuable. The place was never discovered. They feared pursuit and capture.
    A. They hid the valuable treasure in some place which was never discovered because they feared pursuit and capture.
    B. The valuable treasure was never discovered because they feared pursuit and capture.
    C. The valuable treasure was hidden in some place to be never discovered although they feared pursuit and capture.
    D. For they fear pursuit and capture, they hid the treasure in some place which was never discovered.


    15. You may please him. You may displease him. He will promote you. It is clear to all.
    A. It is clear to all that he will not promote you because you displease him.
    B. It is clear to all that he will promote you when you please him.
    C. It is not clear to all why he will promote you when you displease him.
    D. It is clear to all that he will promote you whether you please or displease him.


    16. He will visit Danang University. His two sons are studying there. He wishes to do so.
    A. He wishes to visit Danang University, where his two sons are studying.
    B. He wishes to visit Danang University, where he will sent his two sons to college.
    C. He wishes to visit his two sons, who are studying at Danang University.
    D. Both a & c are correct.


    17. I don’t find the person a very congenial companion. I’m sharing a flat with him. I must tell you so.
    A. I must tell you that I don’t find a very congenial companion to share a flat.
    B. I must tell you that the person whom I’m sharing a flat with is a very congenial companion.
    C. I must tell you that I don’t like sharing a flat with a very congenial companion.
    D. I must tell you that I don’t find the person whom I’m sharing a flat with a very congenial companion.


    18. You may look everywhere. There you will see signs of industry. These signs speak well for the prosperity of the people.
    A. Everywhere you look, you will see signs of industry which speak well for the prosperity of the people.
    B. Signs of industry which speak well for the prosperity of the people are seen everywhere.
    C. These signs of industry speak well for the prosperity of the people.
    D. You will see signs of industry to speak well for the prosperity of the people where you come.


    19. The reporter has sensible haircut and pearl earings. These make her look like a fashion model more than a war correspondent. Her job rules her life. She admits it.
    A. The reporter admits that her job rules her life although her sensible haircut and pearl earings make her look like a fashion model more than a war correspondent.
    B. The reporter whose sensible haircut and pearl earings make her look like a fashion model more than a war correspondent admits that her job rules her life.
    C. Because the reporter has sensible haircut and pearl earings which make her look like a fashion model more than a war correspondent, she must admits that her job rules her life.
    D. Both a & b are correct.


    20. A husbandman had sown some corn in his field. He had recently done so. Cranes came to eat the corn. The husbandman fixed a net to catch the cranes.
    A. The husbandman fixed a net to catch the corn which he had recently sown in his field for cranes to eat.
    B. The husbandman fixed a net to catch the cranes which came to eat the corn which he had recently sown in his field.
    C. The husbandman fixed a net so that the cranes came to eat the corn which he had recently sown in his field.
    D. The husbandman fixed a net to catch the cranes when they came to sow the corn in his field.


    21. You will be allowed to enter for the exam. Your working hard is a condition. The orders are to that effect. The orders are issued by the principal.
    A. The orders issued by the principal are to the effect that you will be allowed to enter for the exam if you work hard.
    B. The orders issued by the principal don’t allow you to enter for the exam.
    C. The orders issued by the principal will allow you to enter for the exam if you work hard.
    D. The orders issued by the principal allow you to enter for the exam to work hard.


    22. We shall have no more travelling. That is a great relief to us. We are too tired to walk any farther.
    A. It is a great relief to us to have no more travelling when we are too tired.
    B. It is a great relief to us to be travelling more because we are too tired now.
    C. It is a great relief to us that we shall have no more travelling because we are too tired now.
    D. It is a great relief to us to know that travelling makes us too tired now.


    23. Stand up here. Then you can see the mountains clearly. The mountains are so picturesque!
    A. If you stand up here, you can see the picturesque mountains clearly.
    B. If you stand up here, you can clearly see the mountains which are so picturesque.
    C. Stand up here so that you can see the picturesque mountains clearly.
    D. All are correct.


    24. They told each other all their secrets. They were very close friends. They had known each other for 20 years.
    A. Having known each other for 20 years, they were very close friends and told each other all their secrets.
    B. Because they had known each other for 20 years, they were very close friends and told each other all their secrets.
    C. They were very close friends and told each other all their secrets because they had known each other for 20 years.
    D. All are correct.


    25. We have seen the film four times. It’s a very moving film. You should see the film. It’s my suggestion.
    A. I suggest that you should see that moving film at least four times.
    B. I suggest that you should see such a moving film because we have seen it four times.
    C. I suggest that you should see the film because it’s such a moving film that we have seen it four times.
    D. I suggest that such a moving film should be seen four times.

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