UNIT 2 – PERSONAL EXPERIENCES -TIẾNG ANH LỚP 11 – Tài liệu cô CẨM NHUNG

 

UNIT 2                          PERSONAL EXPERIENCES

II.            Complete each of the sentences with the appropriate word from the box. Make changes if necessary.

embarrass        personal         idol                excite            imagine

memory           embrace         sneak             fuss               experience      

1.     A lot of teenagers make Bi Rain their idol.

2.     The task needs the skills of a suitably experienced engineer.

3.     She smiled to hide her slight embarrassment.

4.     I personally prefer Pizza to hamburgers.

5.     The romantic evening cruise will be a memorial experience.

6.     They left quietly, without fuss.

7.     I have a sneaking suspicion that she knows more than she’s telling us.

8.     They were locked in a passionate embrace on the station platform.

9.     Don’t get the children too excited.

10.  I haven’t got a picture of this so you’ll just have to use your imagination.

III.           Complete the passage with the correct verb form.

(1) Have you ever been (you/ ever/ be) in a cable car? Well I have. Last February, I (2) went               (go) on a ski strip to Switzerland. What a trip! The first morning, I (3) got (get) into a cable car. I (4) wanted (want) to go to the top of the mountain and (5) ski. The cable car (6) started (start) up the mountain. I (7) looked (look) down, and it was so beautiful. Then there (8) was terrible noise. Suddenly the car (9) stopped (stop). It (10) didn’t move (not move), and there was quiet everywhere.

It was cold, and it (11) began (begin) to get dark and snow. I (12) was (be) alone for one hour, two hours. I thought, “They (13) have forgotten (forgot) me!” At last the car started back down the mountain. It went very fast. “Sorry” a man said when I (l4) climbed (climb) out of the car. “We (15) have never had (never/ have) this problem before. Please, try again tomorrow.” “He (16) is joking (joke),” I thought. “I (17) have had (have) enough of cable car for a lifetime.”

IV.           Cross out any improbable answers.

1.     I’ve understood/ I understand biology a lot better now that we’ve got a new teacher.

2.     I went/ had gone to see a Formular One race last week, but I admit/ I’m admitting that I don’t know much about cars.

3.     Do you find/ Have you found it difficult to concentrate on your work with this music on?

4.     We’ll do/ We do our best to get the computer repaired by next week, but we won’t guarantee/ we don’t guarantee it.

5.     I’ve just started/ I just started to learn how to drive. Now I’m knowing/ I know how difficult it is.

6.     She says that she wasn’t in the kitchen when the bottle was smashed / smashed, but I refuse/ I’m refusing to believe her.

7.     I’m certainly agreeing/ I certainly agree with you that people shouldn’t drink and drive.

8.     I know the company made/ has made a loss this year, But I won’t apologize/ I don’t apologize for that.

9.     It’s very difficult for us to get jobs here, so we’re considering/ we consider emigrating to Canada.

10.  Since I has won / won the lottery, my telephone didn’t stop/ hasn’t stopped ringing. People phone/ are phoning to ask how I spend / I’m going to spend the money.

11.  In tonight’s World Cup match, France currently beat / are currently beating Germany 2-1 with five minute of the match to go. If the score remains/ is remained the same it will be the first time Germany lost/ have lost to France since 1998.

12.  Beckham passes/ is passing to Giggs who shoots/ is shooting just over the bar. Manchester United attack/ are attacking  much more in this half…

13.  She goes/ She’s going up to this man and looks/ looking straight into his eyes. He’s not wearing/ He doesn’t wear his glasses, and he’s not recognizing/ he doesn’t recognize her…

14.  I have gone/ went to a concert yesterday in the Town Hall. In the middle of it, while the orchestra played/ was playing a man suddenly was standing/ stood on his seat and starting/ started  to conduct them…

15.  This man plays/ is playing golf when a kangaroo bounds/ is bounding up to him, grabs/ grabing  his club and hits/ hitting his ball about half a mile…

V.            Complete the sentence using these pair of verbs. Use the past simple or past progressive.

come – show; get – go; break – ski; live – spend; look- see; look – slip; start – check in; add – taste; go off – light; not listen – explain; push – run; write – drive; shut – start; come – put; take – place .

1.     The smoke alarm went off when he lit neath it.

2.     Just as I was getting into the bath all the light went off.

3.     When I  was living/ lived in Paris, I spent three hours a day traveling to and from work.

4.     She added more salt to the soup, and then it tasted much better.

5.     Helen broke her leg while she was skiing in Switzerland.

6.     When the taxi came I put my suitcase on the back seat.

7.     A friendly American couple started chatting to him as he was checking in at the hotel reception.

8.     I bumped into Mary last week. She was looking a lot better than when I last for her.

9.     It was an amazing coincidence. Just as I was writing to Anne, she was driving to my house to come and see me

10.  I shut the windows as soon as it started to rain.

11.  My boss came into the office just as I was showing everyone my holiday photos.

12.  He took the cake out of the oven and placed it carefully on the table

13.  When his mother was looking in the other direction Steve slipped away quietly.

14.  She pushed open the door and ran into the room.

15.  I can’t remember how to answer this question. I must confess that I didn’t listen/ wasn’t listening while the teacher was explaining it to us.

VI.           Complete these sentences using the verb given. Use the past simple or the past perfect.

1.     As Geoff was introduced to Mrs Snape, he realized (realize) that he had met (meet) her before.

2.     During the previous week, I went (go) to the gym every morning.

3.     By the time I got (get) back to the bathroom, the bath had overflowed (overflow).

4.     The boy told me that he had lost (lose) his train ticket and didn’t know (not/ know) how he would get home.

5.     I was just about to leave when I remembered (remember) my briefcase.

6.     She walked (walk) into the station only to find that the train had left (leave).

7.     At the conference, scientists reported that they had found (find) a cure for Malaria.

8.     On my last visit to Wixton I found (find) that the village hadn’t changed (not change) much.

9.     In a surprise move, the Prime Minister resigned (resign) last night.

10.  Jane didn’t want any dinner. She had eaten (eat) already.

11.  When she came (come) into the hall, everyone started (start) cheering.

12.  After they had eaten/ ate (eat) all the food, they picked (pick) up their bags and left.

13.  I thought I would get to the restaurant first, but Jim had arrived (arrive) before me.

14.  By the time I got (get) to the party, most people had gone (go) home.

15.  As soon as I turned (turn) the ignition key, the engine caught (catch) fire.

VII.         Choose the correct answer.

1.     After Jessica ____ her degree, she intends to work in her father’s company.

a. will finish             b. finishes             c. finished              d. is finishing

2.     As you ________ your car at the moment, can I borrow it?

a. don’t use             b. didn’t use          c. aren’t using       d. haven’t used

3.     When she saw a snake at her feet, she ________.

a. screamed            b. was screaming   c. had screamed    d. screams

4.     When he realised that I ________ at him, he ________ away.

a. looked – was turning                  b. was looking – turned

c. was looking – was turning           d. looked – turned

5.     I ___ the new Harry Potter book now, so you can borrow my copy if you like.

a. finish                   b. am finishing       c. have finished     d. had finished

6.     I was sure that I ________ him before.

a. met                     b. had met             c. have met            d. was meeting

7.     Before I started the car, all of the passengers ________ their seat belts.

a. will buckle           b. had buckled      c. was buckling      d. have buckled

8.     The minute I got the news about Sue I ________ my parents.

a. phoned               b. was phoning      c. had phoned        d. have phoned

9.     A lot ________ since I last ________ you.

a. happened – saw                         b. happened – have seen

c. has happened – saw                  d. has happened – have seen

10.  Your eyes are red – ________?

a. did you cry                                b. have you been crying

c. have you cried                           d. do you cry

11.  A small stone struck the windshield while we _______ down the gravel road.

a. drive                   b. were driving      c. had driven   d. had been driving

12.  In the next few year, thousands of speed cameras ________ on major roads.

a. are appeared                             b. will appear

c. are appearing                            d. are going to appear

13.  After she ________ hospital, she had a long holiday.

a. leaves                 b. is leaving           c. left                     d. has left

14.  ________ for a long time before you got a job?

a. Were you looking                      b. Have you looked

c. Have you been looking              d. Had you looked

15.  The film _______ by the time we ________ to the cinema.

a. already began – got                   b. have already begun – got

c. had already begun – got            d. already began – had got

VIII.        Write a second sentence so that it has similar meaning to the first. Use the word or words in brackets.

1.     I started working in this hotel six months ago. (worked)

I’ve worked in this hotel for six months.

2.     Sue has been in Italy for the last three weeks. (went)

Sue went to Italy three weeks ago.

3.     I met her during my stay in Paris last summer. (while)

I met her while I was staying in Paris.

4.     We haven’t gone to the cinema for over  a year. (It’s)

It’s over a year since we went to the cinema.

5.     Sam played tennis yesterday and it was his first game. (never)

Sam had never played tennis before (yesterday).

6.     How long is it since they went to Nairobi? (When)

When did they go to Nairobi?

7.     Mac Kenzie wrote four best-sellers before he was twenty. (By the age)

By the age of 20, Mac Kenzie had writen four best-sellers.

8.     She is still working on her homework. (stopped)

She hasn’t stopped working on her homework.

9.     Could you deliver the goods to my house? (delivered)

Could I have the goods delivered to my house?

10.  In the middle of our dinner there was a knock at the door. (when)

When we were having/ eating dinner, there was a knock at the door.

IX.           Complete each of these sentences with a suitable preposition.

1.     She had a quick glance at the newspaper as she gulped down her coffee.

2.     She got on the bus and sit down next to an old man.

3.     If you don’t like the scarf, you can take it back to the shop.

4.     She showed her new toy to her friends.

5.     How much did you pay for your new car?

6.     He pointed to the dog when it ran toward them.

7.     Are you interested in practicing speaking English?

8.     You should have more confidence in your own abilities.

9.     The fire started in the kitchen because she forgot to turn the light off.

10.  My parents gave me a bicycle on my birthday.

X.            Write the complete sentences, using the words given.

     Dear Karen,

1.     I/ have/ a great time/ here/ England.

I’m having a great time here in England.

2.     My university term/ not start/ until/ the autumn/ so/ I1 take/ opportunity/ improve my English

My university term doesn’t start until the autumn, so I’m taking the opportunity to improve my English.

3.     I/ stay/ some English friends/ own/ a farm.

I’m staying with some English friends who own a farm.

4.     On weekdays/ I catch/ a bus/  Torquay/ go/ language classes.

On weekdays, I catch a bus into Torquay to go to language classes.

5.     My friends/ say/ my pronunciation/ much better/ when/ I arrive.

My friends say my pronunciation is much better than when I arrived.

6.     At weekends/ I/ help/ the farm. It/ quite/ hard work/ but/ I/ like.

At weekends, I help on the farm. It’s quite hard work, but I like it.

7.     you/ come/ see/ me/ Christmas?

Are you coming to see me at Christmas?

8.     My friends/ want/ meet/ you/ and there/ plenty/ space.

My friends want to meet you and there’s plenty of space.

9.     Let/ me/ know/ as soon/ you/ decide.

Let me know as soon as you decide.

10.  I/ look forward/ hear/ you/ soon.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you soon.

     Love, Paul

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UNIT 2                          PERSONAL EXPERIENCES

XI.           Complete each of the sentences with the appropriate word from the box. Make changes if necessary.

embarrass        personal         idol                excite            imagine

memory           embrace         sneak             fuss               experience      

11.  A lot of teenagers make Bi Rain their idol.

12.  The task needs the skills of a suitably experienced engineer.

13.  She smiled to hide her slight embarrassment.

14.  I personally prefer Pizza to hamburgers.

15.  The romantic evening cruise will be a memorial experience.

16.  They left quietly, without fuss.

17.  I have a sneaking suspicion that she knows more than she’s telling us.

18.  They were locked in a passionate embrace on the station platform.

19.  Don’t get the children too excited.

20.  I haven’t got a picture of this so you’ll just have to use your imagination.

XII.         Complete the passage with the correct verb form.

(1) Have you ever been (you/ ever/ be) in a cable car? Well I have. Last February, I (2) went               (go) on a ski strip to Switzerland. What a trip! The first morning, I (3) got (get) into a cable car. I (4) wanted (want) to go to the top of the mountain and (5) ski. The cable car (6) started (start) up the mountain. I (7) looked (look) down, and it was so beautiful. Then there (8) was terrible noise. Suddenly the car (9) stopped (stop). It (10) didn’t move (not move), and there was quiet everywhere.

It was cold, and it (11) began (begin) to get dark and snow. I (12) was (be) alone for one hour, two hours. I thought, “They (13) have forgotten (forgot) me!” At last the car started back down the mountain. It went very fast. “Sorry” a man said when I (l4) climbed (climb) out of the car. “We (15) have never had (never/ have) this problem before. Please, try again tomorrow.” “He (16) is joking (joke),” I thought. “I (17) have had (have) enough of cable car for a lifetime.”

XIII.        Cross out any improbable answers.

16.  I’ve understood/ I understand biology a lot better now that we’ve got a new teacher.

17.  I went/ had gone to see a Formular One race last week, but I admit/ I’m admitting that I don’t know much about cars.

18.  Do you find/ Have you found it difficult to concentrate on your work with this music on?

19.  We’ll do/ We do our best to get the computer repaired by next week, but we won’t guarantee/ we don’t guarantee it.

20.  I’ve just started/ I just started to learn how to drive. Now I’m knowing/ I know how difficult it is.

21.  She says that she wasn’t in the kitchen when the bottle was smashed / smashed, but I refuse/ I’m refusing to believe her.

22.  I’m certainly agreeing/ I certainly agree with you that people shouldn’t drink and drive.

23.  I know the company made/ has made a loss this year, But I won’t apologize/ I don’t apologize for that.

24.  It’s very difficult for us to get jobs here, so we’re considering/ we consider emigrating to Canada.

25.  Since I has won / won the lottery, my telephone didn’t stop/ hasn’t stopped ringing. People phone/ are phoning to ask how I spend / I’m going to spend the money.

26.  In tonight’s World Cup match, France currently beat / are currently beating Germany 2-1 with five minute of the match to go. If the score remains/ is remained the same it will be the first time Germany lost/ have lost to France since 1998.

27.  Beckham passes/ is passing to Giggs who shoots/ is shooting just over the bar. Manchester United attack/ are attacking  much more in this half…

28.  She goes/ She’s going up to this man and looks/ looking straight into his eyes. He’s not wearing/ He doesn’t wear his glasses, and he’s not recognizing/ he doesn’t recognize her…

29.  I have gone/ went to a concert yesterday in the Town Hall. In the middle of it, while the orchestra played/ was playing a man suddenly was standing/ stood on his seat and starting/ started  to conduct them…

30.  This man plays/ is playing golf when a kangaroo bounds/ is bounding up to him, grabs/ grabing  his club and hits/ hitting his ball about half a mile…

XIV.        Complete the sentence using these pair of verbs. Use the past simple or past progressive.

come – show; get – go; break – ski; live – spend; look- see; look – slip; start – check in; add – taste; go off – light; not listen – explain; push – run; write – drive; shut – start; come – put; take – place .

16.  The smoke alarm went off when he lit neath it.

17.  Just as I was getting into the bath all the light went off.

18.  When I  was living/ lived in Paris, I spent three hours a day traveling to and from work.

19.  She added more salt to the soup, and then it tasted much better.

20.  Helen broke her leg while she was skiing in Switzerland.

21.  When the taxi came I put my suitcase on the back seat.

22.  A friendly American couple started chatting to him as he was checking in at the hotel reception.

23.  I bumped into Mary last week. She was looking a lot better than when I last for her.

24.  It was an amazing coincidence. Just as I was writing to Anne, she was driving to my house to come and see me

25.  I shut the windows as soon as it started to rain.

26.  My boss came into the office just as I was showing everyone my holiday photos.

27.  He took the cake out of the oven and placed it carefully on the table

28.  When his mother was looking in the other direction Steve slipped away quietly.

29.  She pushed open the door and ran into the room.

30.  I can’t remember how to answer this question. I must confess that I didn’t listen/ wasn’t listening while the teacher was explaining it to us.

XV.         Complete these sentences using the verb given. Use the past simple or the past perfect.

16.  As Geoff was introduced to Mrs Snape, he realized (realize) that he had met (meet) her before.

17.  During the previous week, I went (go) to the gym every morning.

18.  By the time I got (get) back to the bathroom, the bath had overflowed (overflow).

19.  The boy told me that he had lost (lose) his train ticket and didn’t know (not/ know) how he would get home.

20.  I was just about to leave when I remembered (remember) my briefcase.

21.  She walked (walk) into the station only to find that the train had left (leave).

22.  At the conference, scientists reported that they had found (find) a cure for Malaria.

23.  On my last visit to Wixton I found (find) that the village hadn’t changed (not change) much.

24.  In a surprise move, the Prime Minister resigned (resign) last night.

25.  Jane didn’t want any dinner. She had eaten (eat) already.

26.  When she came (come) into the hall, everyone started (start) cheering.

27.  After they had eaten/ ate (eat) all the food, they picked (pick) up their bags and left.

28.  I thought I would get to the restaurant first, but Jim had arrived (arrive) before me.

29.  By the time I got (get) to the party, most people had gone (go) home.

30.  As soon as I turned (turn) the ignition key, the engine caught (catch) fire.

XVI.        Choose the correct answer.

16.  After Jessica ____ her degree, she intends to work in her father’s company.

a. will finish             b. finishes             c. finished              d. is finishing

17.  As you ________ your car at the moment, can I borrow it?

a. don’t use             b. didn’t use          c. aren’t using       d. haven’t used

18.  When she saw a snake at her feet, she ________.

a. screamed            b. was screaming   c. had screamed    d. screams

19.  When he realised that I ________ at him, he ________ away.

a. looked – was turning                  b. was looking – turned

c. was looking – was turning           d. looked – turned

20.  I ___ the new Harry Potter book now, so you can borrow my copy if you like.

a. finish                   b. am finishing       c. have finished     d. had finished

21.  I was sure that I ________ him before.

a. met                     b. had met             c. have met            d. was meeting

22.  Before I started the car, all of the passengers ________ their seat belts.

a. will buckle           b. had buckled      c. was buckling      d. have buckled

23.  The minute I got the news about Sue I ________ my parents.

a. phoned               b. was phoning      c. had phoned        d. have phoned

24.  A lot ________ since I last ________ you.

a. happened – saw                         b. happened – have seen

c. has happened – saw                  d. has happened – have seen

25.  Your eyes are red – ________?

a. did you cry                                b. have you been crying

c. have you cried                           d. do you cry

26.  A small stone struck the windshield while we _______ down the gravel road.

a. drive                   b. were driving      c. had driven   d. had been driving

27.  In the next few year, thousands of speed cameras ________ on major roads.

a. are appeared                             b. will appear

c. are appearing                            d. are going to appear

28.  After she ________ hospital, she had a long holiday.

a. leaves                 b. is leaving           c. left                     d. has left

29.  ________ for a long time before you got a job?

a. Were you looking                      b. Have you looked

c. Have you been looking              d. Had you looked

30.  The film _______ by the time we ________ to the cinema.

a. already began – got                   b. have already begun – got

c. had already begun – got            d. already began – had got

XVII.      Write a second sentence so that it has similar meaning to the first. Use the word or words in brackets.

11.  I started working in this hotel six months ago. (worked)

I’ve worked in this hotel for six months.

12.  Sue has been in Italy for the last three weeks. (went)

Sue went to Italy three weeks ago.

13.  I met her during my stay in Paris last summer. (while)

I met her while I was staying in Paris.

14.  We haven’t gone to the cinema for over  a year. (It’s)

It’s over a year since we went to the cinema.

15.  Sam played tennis yesterday and it was his first game. (never)

Sam had never played tennis before (yesterday).

16.  How long is it since they went to Nairobi? (When)

When did they go to Nairobi?

17.  Mac Kenzie wrote four best-sellers before he was twenty. (By the age)

By the age of 20, Mac Kenzie had writen four best-sellers.

18.  She is still working on her homework. (stopped)

She hasn’t stopped working on her homework.

19.  Could you deliver the goods to my house? (delivered)

Could I have the goods delivered to my house?

20.  In the middle of our dinner there was a knock at the door. (when)

When we were having/ eating dinner, there was a knock at the door.

XVIII.     Complete each of these sentences with a suitable preposition.

11.  She had a quick glance at the newspaper as she gulped down her coffee.

12.  She got on the bus and sit down next to an old man.

13.  If you don’t like the scarf, you can take it back to the shop.

14.  She showed her new toy to her friends.

15.  How much did you pay for your new car?

16.  He pointed to the dog when it ran toward them.

17.  Are you interested in practicing speaking English?

18.  You should have more confidence in your own abilities.

19.  The fire started in the kitchen because she forgot to turn the light off.

20.  My parents gave me a bicycle on my birthday.

XIX.        Write the complete sentences, using the words given.

     Dear Karen,

11.  I/ have/ a great time/ here/ England.

I’m having a great time here in England.

12.  My university term/ not start/ until/ the autumn/ so/ I1 take/ opportunity/ improve my English

My university term doesn’t start until the autumn, so I’m taking the opportunity to improve my English.

13.  I/ stay/ some English friends/ own/ a farm.

I’m staying with some English friends who own a farm.

14.  On weekdays/ I catch/ a bus/  Torquay/ go/ language classes.

On weekdays, I catch a bus into Torquay to go to language classes.

15.  My friends/ say/ my pronunciation/ much better/ when/ I arrive.

My friends say my pronunciation is much better than when I arrived.

16.  At weekends/ I/ help/ the farm. It/ quite/ hard work/ but/ I/ like.

At weekends, I help on the farm. It’s quite hard work, but I like it.

17.  you/ come/ see/ me/ Christmas?

Are you coming to see me at Christmas?

18.  My friends/ want/ meet/ you/ and there/ plenty/ space.

My friends want to meet you and there’s plenty of space.

19.  Let/ me/ know/ as soon/ you/ decide.

Let me know as soon as you decide.

20.  I/ look forward/ hear/ you/ soon.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you soon.

     Love, Paul

 

 

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