UNIT 3 – A PARTY – Tài liệu cô Cẩm Nhung xinh đẹp

 

UNIT 3                             A PARTY

I.              Choose the word in which the letter l, r, or h his silent.

1.     a. cold                 b. calm               c. light                 d. film

2.     a. honey                     b. healthy            c. honest            d. happy

3.     a. work                b. parent             c. drive                d. dairy

4.     a. horrible            b. hospital          c. holiday            d. honour

5.     a. follow                     b. fold                 c. folk                 d. file

6.     a. ring                  b. uniform          c. hungry            d. pretty

7.     a. should            b. shoulder         c. sailor                     d. slow

8.     a. carry                b. around            c. burn                d. Europe

9.     a. inherit                     b. enhance          c. exhale             d. exhaust

10.  a. calf                  b. climb                     c. world                     d. glass

11.  a. home               b. hour               c. how                 d. hear

12.  a. talk                  b. guilty                     c. health              d. help

II.            Complete these sentences with the correct form or tense of the verb in the box.

celebrate       sing       joke       divorce         receive

decorate       serve     gather          invite            clap

1.     Paula’s parent divorced when she was only a child.

2.     Everyone clapped us when we went up to get our prize.

3.     Let’s have a party to celebrate your birthday.

4.     Have you decorated your Christmas tree yet?

5.     I’d have liked to have gone to their party but I wasn’t invited.

6.     She received a camera as a twenty-fifth birthday present.

7.     Traditionally, Auld Lang Syne is sung at midnight on New Year Eve.

8.     I thought he was joking when he said he’d resigned.

9.     By the time we got to the party, the pasta had been served.

10.  They are gathering for a major conference at the moment.

III.           Complete these sentences with the correct form of the word in brackets.

1.     They organized a party in celebration of the year’s successes. (celebrate)

2.     The 50th  wedding anniversary is called the golden anniversary. (gold)

3.     After they got divorced, she never remarried. (divorce)

4.     We wish them every happiness in their new life. (happy)

5.     The lighting in the room is functional as well as decorative.(decorate)

6.     The organizers postponed the race because of heavy snow. (organize)

7.     We’re having a small family gathering to mark our wedding anniversary. (gather)

8.     I have no intention of changing jobs. (intend)

9.     The food was good but the service was very slow. (serve)

10.  Nobody in the office had received an invitation to the party. (invite)

IV.           Which verb form is correct?

1.     a. Passing the kitchen, he stopped drinking/ to drink a large glass of water.

b. They stopped talking/to talk when the teacher walked into the classroom.

2.     a. Although she asked him to stop, he went on tapping/ to tap his pen on the table.

b. Dr Harris welcomed the members of the committee and went on

        introducing/ to introduce the subject of the meeting.

3.     a. I regret telling/ to tell you that the model you want is out of stock.

b. It cost me a fortune, ‘but I don’t regret spending/ to spend a year travelling around the world.

4.     a. Remember checking/ to check your answer before handing in your exam paper.

b. I remember putting/ to put the money in the top drawer, but it’s not there now.

5.     a. Have you forgotten meeting/ to meet me years ago?

b. Don’t forget finding out/ to find out how many people are coming on Saturday.

6.     a. I tried getting/ to get the table through the door, but it was too big.

b. I tried taking/ to take some aspirin, but the pain didn’t go away.

7.     a. He needs working/ to work harder if he wants to make progress.

b. It’s difficult problem. It needs thinking/ to think about very carefully.

8.     a. I think Nick meant breaking/ to break that glass. It didn’t look like an accident.

b. If we want to get there by 7.00, that means getting/ to get up before 5.00.

9.     a. Can you help me getting/ to get the dinner ready?

b. He looks so funny. Whenever I see him, I can’t help smiling/ to smile

10.  a. I’d advise taking/ to take more exercise.

      b. I’d advise you taking/ to take more exercise.

V.            Put the verb into correct form infinitive, to-infinitive, or -ing.

1.     You shouldn’t let your children play (play) with matches. It’s very easy to catch (catch) fire.

2.     I enjoy being (be) busy. I don’t like it when there is nothing to do (do)

3.     Let’s hurry! We must finish painting (paint) the office before 3:00 today.

4.     As we don’t agree to carry out (carry out) a proposal we generally avoid discussing (discuss) the subject.

5.     I don’t mind reminding (remind) you to lock (lock) the door but you’d better try (try) to remember (remember) on your own.

6.     Please stop interrupting (interrupt) when I’m explaining something to you. You can ask (ask) questions at the end.

7.     He admitted entering (enter) the house but refused to steal (steal) the money.

8.     I don’t really fancy spending (spend) my whole holiday with your cousins. I’d rather spend (spend) my time with you.

9.     We had hoped to finish (finish) the project by the end of the month but we keep being delayed (delay) by changes in the plans.

10.  You’d better go (go) and see the boss and say what you’ve done. If you put off explaining (explain) it to her, she’ll only more annoyed.

11.  No that’s not what I meant to say (say). How can I make you understand (understand)?

12.  Those shirts need ironing (iron), but you don’t need to iron (iron) them now

13.  Are we permitted to bring (bring) guests to the ceremony? I’d like to invite (invite) my friend to join us.

14.  Children shouldn’t be allowed to watch (catch) violent programs on TV. Parents should  encourage their children to watch (watch) educational programs.

15.  It’s no use trying(try) to persuade (persuade) her to change (change) her mind. Spend your time doing (do) something more worthwhile.

VI.           Choose the correct answer.

1.     I don’t mind _______ late, if it will help at all.

a. to work            b. to be work      c. working          d. being working

2.     I remember _______ to the zoo when I was a child.

a. to take             b. to be taken     c. taking                    d. being talking

3.     We managed _______ over the wall without ________.

a. to climb/ seeing                         b. climbing/ being seen

c. to climb/ being seen                 d. to be climbed/ seeing

4.     Isabel expected _______ to the university, but she wasn’t.

a. to admit    b. to be admitted      c. admitting  d. being admitted

5.     The city council agreed _______ the architect’s proposed design for a new parking garage.

a. to accept b. to be accepted      c. accepting d. being accepted

6.     The tin opener seems for _______ left-handed people.

a. to design b. to be designed      c. designing        d. being desigried

7.     My parents appreciate _______ the thank-you note you sent them.

a. to receive b. to be received              c. receiving d. being received

8.     When the police first questioned him, Wayne denied _______ in the robbery.

a. to involve        b. to be involved              c. involving   d. being involved

9.     Many reliable methods of storing information tended _______ when computers arrived.

a. to forget   b. to be forgotten      c. forgetting  d. being forgotten

10.  The police warned everybody ______ inside with their windows closed.

a. to stay      b. to be stayed   c. staying            d. being stayed

11.  She resented _______ to make tea for everyone at the meeting.

a. to ask              b. to be asked    c. asking             d. being asked

12.  Let’s leave early. We can’t risk _____ in heavy traffic during rush hour.

a. to hold up        b. to be held up         c. holding up              d. being held up

13.  After their children had grown up, they decided _______ to a condominium in the city.

a. to move    b. to be moved   c. moving            d. being moved

14.  The new students hope _____ in many of the school’s social activities.

a. to include b. to be included c. including        d. being included

15.  Does Dr Johnson mind _______ at home if his patients need his help?

a. to call              b. to be called     c. calling             d. being called

VII.         Write the sentence, using the given cues.

1.     She/ not stand/ kept/ wait/ such/ long time//

She can’t stand being kept waiting for such a long time

2.     America/ said/ discovered/ 1498/ Columbus//

America is said to have been discovered by Columbus in 1498.

3.     I/ have/ air-conditioner/ fix/ tomorrow//

I’m having/ I’ll have an air-conditioner fixed tomorrow.

4.     She/ decide/ go back/ shop/ buy/ long dress//

She decided to go back to the shop to buy the long dress

5.     I/ pleased/ hear/ you/ offer/ job/ assistant manager//

I’m pleased to hear (that) you were offered a job as an assistant manager.

6.     It/ worth/ try/ make/ change/ her mind//

It’s not worth trying to make a change in her mind.

7.     There/ no point/ persuade/ her/ go/ us//

There’s no point in persuading her to go with us

8.     We’d prefer/ play tennis/ rather/ watch/ it/ TV//

We’d prefer to play tennis rather than watch it on TV

9.     I/ just/ finish/ read/ long novel/ write/ Arthur Hailey//

I’ve just finished reading a long novel written by Arthur Hailey

10.  I/ regret/ inform/ you/ your application/ refused//

I regret to inform you that your application has been refused

VIII.        Complete each of the sentences with an appropriate preposition.

1.     We are having a big party for our twenty-fifthwedding anniversary.

2.     It’s Jane’s farewell party on Friday night.

3.     He blew out all 60 candles on his birthday cake.

4.     We don’t know what to give Dad at Christmas.

5.     People usually give cards and gift to the anniversary couple.

6.     If you carry on spending money like that, you’ll end up in debt.

7.     We’ve invited all the neighbors to our party.

8.     He bought her a diamond ring on their tenth wedding anniversary.

9.     The whole family showed up for our anniversary celebration.

10.  There are some games at the party. Would you join in enthusiastically?

IX.           Complete the second sentence so that it has similar meaning to the first.

1.     We expect the gorvernment to propose changes to the taxation system.

Changes to the taxation system are expected to be proposed by the government.

2.     He couldn’t play well in the last match because of his injured knee.

His injured knee made him unable to play well in the last match.

3.     You can try to get Jim to lend you his car, but you won’t succeed.

There’s no point in trying to get Jim to lend you his car.

4.     Supermarkets started to sell fresh pasta only in 1990s.

Fresh pasta was started to be sold by supermarkets only in 1990s.

5.     He wished he had invited her to his birthday party.

He regretted not inviting/ not having invited her to his birthday party.

6.     Mastering a second language takes time and patience.

It takes time and patience to master a second language.

7.     I prefer having dinner at home to going out for dinner.

I’d rather have dinner at home than go out for dinner.

8.     After four years abroad, Mr. Brown returned home as an excellent engineer.

After Mr. Brown had been abroad for four years, he returned home as an excellent engineer.

9.     It won’t be difficult to get a ticket for the game.

You won’t have any difficulty (in) getting a ticket for the game.

10.  Driving on the left is strange and difficult for Americans.

Americans aren’t used to driving on the left.

 

KEY

UNIT 3                             A PARTY

X.            Choose the word in which the letter l, r, or h his silent.

13.  a. cold                 b. calm               c. light                 d. film

14.  a. honey                     b. healthy            c. honest            d. happy

15.  a. work                b. parent             c. drive                d. dairy

16.  a. horrible            b. hospital          c. holiday            d. honour

17.  a. follow                     b. fold                 c. folk                 d. file

18.  a. ring                  b. uniform          c. hungry            d. pretty

19.  a. should            b. shoulder         c. sailor                     d. slow

20.  a. carry                b. around            c. burn                d. Europe

21.  a. inherit                     b. enhance          c. exhale             d. exhaust

22.  a. calf                  b. climb                     c. world                     d. glass

23.  a. home               b. hour               c. how                 d. hear

24.  a. talk                  b. guilty                     c. health              d. help

XI.           Complete these sentences with the correct form or tense of the verb in the box.

celebrate       sing       joke       divorce         receive

decorate       serve     gather          invite            clap

11.  Paula’s parent divorced when she was only a child.

12.  Everyone clapped us when we went up to get our prize.

13.  Let’s have a party to celebrate your birthday.

14.  Have you decorated your Christmas tree yet?

15.  I’d have liked to have gone to their party but I wasn’t invited.

16.  She received a camera as a twenty-fifth birthday present.

17.  Traditionally, Auld Lang Syne is sung at midnight on New Year Eve.

18.  I thought he was joking when he said he’d resigned.

19.  By the time we got to the party, the pasta had been served.

20.  They are gathering for a major conference at the moment.

XII.         Complete these sentences with the correct form of the word in brackets.

11.  They organized a party in celebration of the year’s successes. (celebrate)

12.  The 50th  wedding anniversary is called the golden anniversary. (gold)

13.  After they got divorced, she never remarried. (divorce)

14.  We wish them every happiness in their new life. (happy)

15.  The lighting in the room is functional as well as decorative.(decorate)

16.  The organizers postponed the race because of heavy snow. (organize)

17.  We’re having a small family gathering to mark our wedding anniversary. (gather)

18.  I have no intention of changing jobs. (intend)

19.  The food was good but the service was very slow. (serve)

20.  Nobody in the office had received an invitation to the party. (invite)

XIII.        Which verb form is correct?

11.  a. Passing the kitchen, he stopped drinking/ to drink a large glass of water.

b. They stopped talking/to talk when the teacher walked into the classroom.

12.  a. Although she asked him to stop, he went on tapping/ to tap his pen on the table.

b. Dr Harris welcomed the members of the committee and went on

        introducing/ to introduce the subject of the meeting.

13.  a. I regret telling/ to tell you that the model you want is out of stock.

b. It cost me a fortune, ‘but I don’t regret spending/ to spend a year travelling around the world.

14.  a. Remember checking/ to check your answer before handing in your exam paper.

b. I remember putting/ to put the money in the top drawer, but it’s not there now.

15.  a. Have you forgotten meeting/ to meet me years ago?

b. Don’t forget finding out/ to find out how many people are coming on Saturday.

16.  a. I tried getting/ to get the table through the door, but it was too big.

b. I tried taking/ to take some aspirin, but the pain didn’t go away.

17.  a. He needs working/ to work harder if he wants to make progress.

b. It’s difficult problem. It needs thinking/ to think about very carefully.

18.  a. I think Nick meant breaking/ to break that glass. It didn’t look like an accident.

b. If we want to get there by 7.00, that means getting/ to get up before 5.00.

19.  a. Can you help me getting/ to get the dinner ready?

b. He looks so funny. Whenever I see him, I can’t help smiling/ to smile

20.  a. I’d advise taking/ to take more exercise.

      b. I’d advise you taking/ to take more exercise.

XIV.        Put the verb into correct form infinitive, to-infinitive, or -ing.

16.  You shouldn’t let your children play (play) with matches. It’s very easy to catch (catch) fire.

17.  I enjoy being (be) busy. I don’t like it when there is nothing to do (do)

18.  Let’s hurry! We must finish painting (paint) the office before 3:00 today.

19.  As we don’t agree to carry out (carry out) a proposal we generally avoid discussing (discuss) the subject.

20.  I don’t mind reminding (remind) you to lock (lock) the door but you’d better try (try) to remember (remember) on your own.

21.  Please stop interrupting (interrupt) when I’m explaining something to you. You can ask (ask) questions at the end.

22.  He admitted entering (enter) the house but refused to steal (steal) the money.

23.  I don’t really fancy spending (spend) my whole holiday with your cousins. I’d rather spend (spend) my time with you.

24.  We had hoped to finish (finish) the project by the end of the month but we keep being delayed (delay) by changes in the plans.

25.  You’d better go (go) and see the boss and say what you’ve done. If you put off explaining (explain) it to her, she’ll only more annoyed.

26.  No that’s not what I meant to say (say). How can I make you understand (understand)?

27.  Those shirts need ironing (iron), but you don’t need to iron (iron) them now

28.  Are we permitted to bring (bring) guests to the ceremony? I’d like to invite (invite) my friend to join us.

29.  Children shouldn’t be allowed to watch (catch) violent programs on TV. Parents should  encourage their children to watch (watch) educational programs.

30.  It’s no use trying(try) to persuade (persuade) her to change (change) her mind. Spend your time doing (do) something more worthwhile.

XV.         Choose the correct answer.

16.  I don’t mind _______ late, if it will help at all.

a. to work            b. to be work      c. working          d. being working

17.  I remember _______ to the zoo when I was a child.

a. to take             b. to be taken     c. taking                    d. being talking

18.  We managed _______ over the wall without ________.

a. to climb/ seeing                         b. climbing/ being seen

c. to climb/ being seen                 d. to be climbed/ seeing

19.  Isabel expected _______ to the university, but she wasn’t.

a. to admit    b. to be admitted      c. admitting  d. being admitted

20.  The city council agreed _______ the architect’s proposed design for a new parking garage.

a. to accept b. to be accepted      c. accepting d. being accepted

21.  The tin opener seems for _______ left-handed people.

a. to design b. to be designed      c. designing        d. being desigried

22.  My parents appreciate _______ the thank-you note you sent them.

a. to receive b. to be received              c. receiving d. being received

23.  When the police first questioned him, Wayne denied _______ in the robbery.

a. to involve        b. to be involved              c. involving   d. being involved

24.  Many reliable methods of storing information tended _______ when computers arrived.

a. to forget   b. to be forgotten      c. forgetting  d. being forgotten

25.  The police warned everybody ______ inside with their windows closed.

a. to stay      b. to be stayed   c. staying            d. being stayed

26.  She resented _______ to make tea for everyone at the meeting.

a. to ask              b. to be asked    c. asking             d. being asked

27.  Let’s leave early. We can’t risk _____ in heavy traffic during rush hour.

a. to hold up        b. to be held up         c. holding up              d. being held up

28.  After their children had grown up, they decided _______ to a condominium in the city.

a. to move    b. to be moved   c. moving            d. being moved

29.  The new students hope _____ in many of the school’s social activities.

a. to include b. to be included c. including        d. being included

30.  Does Dr Johnson mind _______ at home if his patients need his help?

a. to call              b. to be called     c. calling             d. being called

XVI.        Write the sentence, using the given cues.

11.  She/ not stand/ kept/ wait/ such/ long time//

She can’t stand being kept waiting for such a long time

12.  America/ said/ discovered/ 1498/ Columbus//

America is said to have been discovered by Columbus in 1498.

13.  I/ have/ air-conditioner/ fix/ tomorrow//

I’m having/ I’ll have an air-conditioner fixed tomorrow.

14.  She/ decide/ go back/ shop/ buy/ long dress//

She decided to go back to the shop to buy the long dress

15.  I/ pleased/ hear/ you/ offer/ job/ assistant manager//

I’m pleased to hear (that) you were offered a job as an assistant manager.

16.  It/ worth/ try/ make/ change/ her mind//

It’s not worth trying to make a change in her mind.

17.  There/ no point/ persuade/ her/ go/ us//

There’s no point in persuading her to go with us

18.  We’d prefer/ play tennis/ rather/ watch/ it/ TV//

We’d prefer to play tennis rather than watch it on TV

19.  I/ just/ finish/ read/ long novel/ write/ Arthur Hailey//

I’ve just finished reading a long novel written by Arthur Hailey

20.  I/ regret/ inform/ you/ your application/ refused//

I regret to inform you that your application has been refused

XVII.      Complete each of the sentences with an appropriate preposition.

11.  We are having a big party for our twenty-fifthwedding anniversary.

12.  It’s Jane’s farewell party on Friday night.

13.  He blew out all 60 candles on his birthday cake.

14.  We don’t know what to give Dad at Christmas.

15.  People usually give cards and gift to the anniversary couple.

16.  If you carry on spending money like that, you’ll end up in debt.

17.  We’ve invited all the neighbors to our party.

18.  He bought her a diamond ring on their tenth wedding anniversary.

19.  The whole family showed up for our anniversary celebration.

20.  There are some games at the party. Would you join in enthusiastically?

XVIII.     Complete the second sentence so that it has similar meaning to the first.

11.  We expect the gorvernment to propose changes to the taxation system.

Changes to the taxation system are expected to be proposed by the government.

12.  He couldn’t play well in the last match because of his injured knee.

His injured knee made him unable to play well in the last match.

13.  You can try to get Jim to lend you his car, but you won’t succeed.

There’s no point in trying to get Jim to lend you his car.

14.  Supermarkets started to sell fresh pasta only in 1990s.

Fresh pasta was started to be sold by supermarkets only in 1990s.

15.  He wished he had invited her to his birthday party.

He regretted not inviting/ not having invited her to his birthday party.

16.  Mastering a second language takes time and patience.

It takes time and patience to master a second language.

17.  I prefer having dinner at home to going out for dinner.

I’d rather have dinner at home than go out for dinner.

18.  After four years abroad, Mr. Brown returned home as an excellent engineer.

After Mr. Brown had been abroad for four years, he returned home as an excellent engineer.

19.  It won’t be difficult to get a ticket for the game.

You won’t have any difficulty (in) getting a ticket for the game.

20.  Driving on the left is strange and difficult for Americans.

Americans aren’t used to driving on the left.

 

 

 

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