Giáo án Tiếng Anh 10 - Unit 9: Undersea world

A. Pronunciation

I. 1. d 2. c 3. b II. 1. b 2. d 3. a


1. She shouldn’t go swimming everyday. / Should she go swimming everyday?

2. He doesn’t practise English everyday. / Does he practise English everyday?

3. They didn’t see John yesterday. / Did they see John yesterday?

4. Mai hasn’t finished her test. / Has Mai finished her test?

CE 102b

1. was reading 7. has worked

2. should keep 8. Has / come

3. met 9. are / doing

4. phones 10. Did / see

5. is cooking 11. Do / play

6. shouldn’t tell


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Unit 9: UNDERSEA WORLD CE 101a A. Pronunciation I. 1. d 2. c 3. b II. 1. b 2. d 3. a CE102a 1. She shouldn’t go swimming everyday. / Should she go swimming everyday? 2. He doesn’t practise English everyday. / Does he practise English everyday? 3. They didn’t see John yesterday. / Did they see John yesterday? 4. Mai hasn’t finished her test. / Has Mai finished her test? CE 102b 1. was reading 7. has worked 2. should keep 8. Has / come 3. met 9. are / doing 4. phones 10. Did / see 5. is cooking 11. Do / play 6. shouldn’t tell CE 103a 1. I think that we should do our homework. 2. You should stop smoking. 3. I suggest that we should go to the cinema tonight. 4. I don’t think that Mary should work very hard. 5. She said that she liked music. 6. Their test has been done for twenty minutes. CE 103b 1. a 2. c 3. b 4. d 5. a 6. b 7. c 8. d CE 104b 1. If Thanh draws some money from the bank, she’ll buy a new laptop. 2. If you read this letter, you’ll know where John is. 3. If Mary buys some fish, she’ll prepare a meal for us. 4. If you clean up the room, you’ll feel more comfortable. CE 105a 1. If you do exercise every morning, you’ll feel fitter. 2. Unless she washes the clothes, she’ll be punished. 3. If John doesn’t send me the book, I’ll be angry with him. 4. You should practise English more often. CE 105b 1. a 2. b 3. d 4. c 5. b CE 106b 1. If I didn’t have much time, I couldn’t help you with your homework. 2. If I knew her name, I could tell you. 3. If she were rich, she could buy a big house. 4. If you didn’t live so far away, we could / would visit you very often. CE 107a 1. won 3. didn’t have 5. had / wouldn’t have 2. wouldn’t be 4. doesn’t have 6. were CE 107b 1. If he doesn’t read the instruction carefully, he won’t know how to use this radio. 2. If Mary didn’t come to the party, she wouldn’t meet John. 3. Unless Minh listens to my advice, he’ll fail in the exam. 4. Unless David were so careless, he wouldn’t have so many accidents. CE 108a 1. If Lisa were free, she would go swimming. 2. Unless she bought a lot of clothes, she would have some money. 3. If I had a ship, I would sail around the world. 4. If Bill doesn’t have a garden, he won’t grow vegetables. CE 108b 1. rings 3. drive 5. wouldn’t 2. were / would 4. ate 6. would / had CE 109b 1. c 2. d 3. d 4. a CE 110a 1. d (know) 2. a (unless) 3. b (should) 4. d (boû) CE 110b 1. c 2. b 3. d 4. a 5. d 6. c 7. b Unit 10 : CONSERVATION CE 111a 1. d 2. a 3. c 4. a 5. c 6. b CE 112a 1. Presidential elections are held by the American every 4 years. 2. All the students’ questions are explained by my teacher. 3. Many accidents are caused by careless drivers. CE 112b 1. John and Mary were met yesterday. 2. The box was locked carefully. 3. Peter was hit by a car last night. CE 113a 1. The handbag was left at home by Mary. 2. Lan is talked about everyday. 3. The rooms are cleaned everyday. 4. Peter was bit by the dog when he was going to my house. 5. She was told the truth about this event. CE 113b 1. The report will be faxed to your office by my secretary. 2. A birthday cake will be made for you. 3. A new house will be built in this area next year. CE 114a 1. A new car is going to be bought next week. 2. This document is going to be photocopied. 3. Many photographs were taken yesterday. CE 114b 1. If she didn’t feel tired, she could continue the work. 2. A letter will be written to Tom by Lan tonight. 3. The computer was repaired yesterday. 4. Football is often played in the afternoon by children. 5. This road is going to be broadened next month. CE 115a 1. b 2. a 3. b 4. d 5. d 6. a 7. c CE 115b 1. is made 3. was destroyed 5. was sent 2. was interviewed 4. will be organised 6. are taught 7. is visited CE 116a 1. A meal is being prepared by Alex. 2. Many patients are being examined by the doctor. CE 116b 1. Trees are being cut down all over the world. 2. You are being asked to use the passive voice. 3. My house is going to be painted by Mr Brown next month. 4. The test will be finished soon. 5. A computer was bought last week. 6. This fan is used everyday. CE 117a 1. The problem was being talked about. 2. Newspapers were being read when the phone rang. 3. The report was being typed at 7 o’clock last night. CE 117b 1. My shoes were being repaired. 2. My car is being repaired at the moment. 3. The flowers were watered by Mary yesterday. 4. The trees are watered by Mai everyday. 5. A game of chess was being played. 6. A newspaper was being read by my father. CE 118a 1. Three languages can be spoken by David. 2. The day of the meeting may be postponed. 3. English should be studied harder. CE 118b 1. A dictionary should be used in the exam. 2. Dinner might be cooked by my mother last night. 3. They have to be seen by John. 4. The problems of the air pollution are being solved by the scientists. 5. My car was washed yesterday. 6. French isn’t learnt in this school. CE 119a 1. The record player was invented by Thomas Edison in 1877. 2. The tennis court was being used. 3. Children should be taught how to treat well. 4. The instruction has to be read carefully. 5. If I weren’t too busy, I could go to the concert. 6. We should tell them about this idea. CE 119b 1. b (are usually) 3. c (spent) 5. b (should be taken) 2. c (was working) 4. d (would take) CE 120a 1. b 2. b 3. b 4. d 5. c 6. a 7. d CE 120b 1. covers 6. is held 2. was covered 7. was built 3. sank / was rescued 8. were talking 4. is locked 9. was written 5. be done 10. be posted CE 121a 1. The floor has just been cleaned. 2. A new house has been bought by Mr Brown. CE 121b 1. Dinner had already been cooked by my parents by the time I got home. 2. Madonna had never been seen before. CE 122a 1. Any of Picasso’s paintings had never been seen before I visited the art museum. 2. A new planet has just been discovered by scientists. 3. The accident had already been reported before I phoned. 4. The test has been finished. 5. The key was lost yesterday. CE 122b 1. The flowers are being watered. 4. I was invited to her wedding party. 2. The tree was being cut down. 5*.The poor were provided with much food. 3. This area has been visited many times this year. CE 123a 6. This book has not been read for a long time. 7. Although I had a terrible headache, I followed the group to see the sights. 8. The man whom you visited last month is a famous scientist. 9. A lot of meat and potatoes are eaten to gain weight. 10. If Mary studied hard, she would pass the coming exam. 11*. It took him two hours to do homework yesterday. CE 123b 1. c (were destroyed) 3. a (who) 2. c (stayed) 4. b (painted) 5. d (he was) CE 124a 1. a 2. d 3. c 4. b 5. d CE 125a 1. a 2. c 3. c 4. d 5. b CE 125b 1. b 2. a 3. c 4. d 5. a 6. c CE 126a 1. The lesson can be understood (by these students) CE 126b 1. This packet ought to be sent immediately. 2. My English has to be improved. 3. Your clothes must be washed soon. 4. The environment has been polluted. 5. This book should be returned to the library by Lan before Tuesday. 6. A fence is being constructed. CE 127a 1. Was Bill met yesterday? 2. Is your father talked about very often? 3. Can English be spoken? 4. Has London been visited? 5.Had the work been finished before ten? 6. Ought a new stadium to be built here? CE 127b 1. A new cinema was being built. 4. The match has been cancelled. 2. A meeting is going to be hold tonight. 5. This problem has to be solved. 3. The research on this project will be done. 6. Has this novel been seen? CE 128a 1. is being photographed 3. was cancelled 5. Was / built 2. haven’t seen 4. was written / was translated 6. were watching 7. was directed CE 129a 1. b 3. a 5. b 7. c 9. d 2. c 4. d 6. c 8. a 10. c CE 129b 1. I was invited to the party last night. 2. He is being photographed by many journalists now. 3. The students have been told about the changes of their timetable. 4. Where will these trees be planted? 5. The first prize had been awarded to the Mekong team. CE 130a 6. These questions have to be answered by Nam. 7. A flower festival is being hold now. 8. Children were given presents by Santa on Christmas Eve. Hoaëc (Presents were given to children by Santa on Christmas Eve.) 9. He ought to be taught how to use this computer. 10. The Christmas tree was decorated with colored lights by my father. 11. Will his painting be exhibited for the first time by New Arts gallery? 12*. Were Christmas songs performed in town yesterday? CE 130b 1. d 2. b 3. c 4. a 5. b 6. c 7. a Unit 11: NATIONAL PARKS CE 131a 1. d 2. d 3. a 4. b 5. a 6. c CE 131b 1. If Loan had asked him, he would have told her. 2. If Khoa hadn’t gone slowly, he would have caught the bus. 3. If he hadn’t been ill, he wouldn’t have been absent yesterday. 4. If it hadn’t rained too heavily, I wouldn’t have gone to school late. CE 132a 1. If I had liked her, I would have come to her party. 2. If Phuong hadn’t been busy, she would have visited me yesterday. 3. If he had had money, he would have bought her a gift. 4. If Mr Brown hadn’t driven too fast, the accident wouldn’t have happened. 5. If I had had enough money, I would have bought a new car. 6. If John hadn’t given up smoking, he wouldn’t have felt better. CE 132b 1. b 2. b 3. b CE 133a 1. If she goes to London, she will visit you. 2. If you work overtime, you will have some extra money. CE 133b 1. If she understood the lesson, she wouldn’t ask me to explain it again. 2. If we didn’t come to her home, she would be disappointed. 3. If the factory didn’t close down, many people wouldn’t be out of work. CE 134a 1. borrowed 3. wouldn’t have got 5. didn’t rain 2. had pressed 4. doesn’t jog 6. hadn’t been 7*. Had / would buy CE 134b 1. If I had known how difficult it was, I wouldn’t have taken the job. 2. If I knew enough about the machine, I could mend it myself. 3. If you throw the stone, it sinks. 4. My car was washed yesterday. CE 135a 1. b (is) 2. a (if) 3. c (had known) 4. b (using) 5. c (built) CE 135b 1. b 2. d 3. c 4. d 5. c 6. b CE 136a 1. Unless 2. If 3. had gone CE 136b 1. If they didn’t have a map, they might get lost. 2. If she doesn’t waste her money buying a lot of clothes, she can buy a new motorbike. 3. Unless John came, I would never speak with him. 4. Unless Hoa does exercise more often, she won’t become fit. CE 137a 1. hadn’t helped 4. A: are / doing 5. was reading 2. didn’t answer B: am writing / write 6. had been 3. doesn’t like CE 137b 1. If we had enough money, we could take a trip to London. 2. If he didn’t smoke forty cigarettes a day, he wouldn’t cough a lot. 3. If I weren’t so busy, I would write to my friends. 4. If Jack had a map, he couldn’t get lost. CE 138a 1. If I hadn’t worked a lot, I could have met you. 2. If I had set the alarm clock for 6 o’clock, I wouldn’t have got up so late. 3. If John hadn’t been lazy, he could have pass the exam. 4. If his car hadn’t broken down, John wouldn’t have been late for work. CE 138b 1. If it weren’t always so crowded, I would take the bus to work. 2. If Nam hadn’t driven carelessly, he wouldn’t have had an accident. 3. A meeting is going to be held tomorrow. 4. The accident is being talked about. 5. If I didn’t work hard, I wouldn’t feel so tired. 6. John has already been seen. CE 139a 1. c (could) 3. b (want) 5. b (carefully) 2. a (were washed) 4. c (unless) CE 140a 1. a 2. d 3. b 4. c 5. b CE 140b 1. b 3. d 5*. b 2. c 4. a 6*. a Unit 12 : MUSIC CE 141a 1. d 2. b 3. d 4. c 5. a 6. b CE 142a 1. to pass 6. Have / finished 9. to wash / going 2. opening 7. were having 10. enjoyed / watching 3. to come 8. is cooking 11. expected / to meet 4. met 5. organizing CE 142b 1. to spend 2. do CE 143a 1. doesn’t want / to stay 4. listening / hearing 7. have / lived 2. writing 5. ringing / asking 8. Did / see 3. to start 6. repeat CE 143b 1. I often listen to classical music so as to relax my mind. 2. She stayed at work late in order to complete the report yesterday. CE 144a 1. Peter goes on a diet to lose weight. 2. Hoa went to the hospital to visit her friend. 3. I turn on the radio to listen to the news. 4. She wears the coat to keep warm. 5. They went to the library to study some books. CE 144b 1. If he had taken my advice, he wouldn’t have got into trouble. 2. If Lan studied hard, she couldn’t fail in the exam. 3. John hasn’t been seen since 1998. 4. So as not to cause accidents, we should drive carefully. 5*. The date of the meeting will have to be changed. 6. Would you mind shutting the door? CE 145a 1. c (to) 3. b (to talk) 5. a (had had) 2. b (not to) 4. a (writing) CE 145b 1. b 2. c 3. d 4. a 5. b 6. c 7*. d CE 146a 1. When was you born? CE 146b 1. Why was she late? 4. Why didn’t you come to class yesterday? 2. Where are you going? 5. Where did you cook the meal? 3. When was this building built? 6. When did she meet him? CE 147b 1. How much does it cost? 2. How do you go to school everyday? 3. How long have they been living here? 4. How many students are there in your class? 5. How old are you? 6. How often does she practise English? 7. How far is it from your house to the office? CE 148a 1. Who saw Bill yesterday? 3. Whose book is this? 2. Who did John meet last night? CE 148b 1. When did they get married? 5. How old is he? 2. How far is it from here to the stadium? 6. How much did the computer cost? 3. How often does she go to the library? 7. Whose car is it? 4. Who is she? CE 149a 1. Which car did she choose? 3. What did she finish yesterday? 2. What do they need? CE 149b 1. c 2. c 3. d 4. a 5. a 6. c 7. d CE 150A 1. a (pass) 2. b (far) 3. c (how often) 4. b (how many) CE 150b 1. is watching 4. to go 7. to clean 10. have / had 2. to eat 5. listening 8. were talking 11. left / haven’t met 3. go 6. listening 9. drinks 12. did / watch Unit 13: FILMS AND CINEMA CE 151a 1. d 2. a 3. d 4. c 5. b 6. a CE 151b 1. She enjoys her job but it’s often exhausting. 2. The weather makes me depressed. 3. I was surprised at the test results. 4. She’s really excited about going to the United State. CE 152a 1. fascinating 3. terrifying 5. horrifying 2. exciting 4. irritating 6. surprising CE 152b 1. interesting 3. disappointing 5. horrifying 7. exciting 2. surprising 4. shocking 6. boring 8. amazing CE 153a 1. amused 2. embarrassed 3. frustrated CE 153b 1. bored 3. satisfied 5. shocked 7. disappointed 2. interested 4. depressed 6. tired 8. surprised CE 154a 1. disappointed 3. exciting 5. embarrassed 7. disappointing 2. interested 4. embarrassing 6. interesting 8. amazing 9. a. exhausting b. exhausted CE 154b 1. b 2. d 3. c 4. b 5. c 6. d CE 155a 1. It was not until 6 o’clock that we got the first reports. 2. It was not until 9 o’clock that they had dinner. CE 155b 1. It was not until 1990 that she became a teacher. 2. It was not until he was 30 that he knew how to swim. 3. It was not until 1980 that they began to learn English. 4. It was not until his father came home that the boy did his homework. 5. It was not until it stopped raining hard that the football match started. CE 156a 1. a 2. a 3. a 4. an 5. a 6. a 7. an 8. a CE 156b 1. a 3. a 5. a 7. an 9. a 2. a 4. an 6. an 8. an 10. a CE 157a 1. an 3. an 5. an 7. an 2. a 4. a 6. an 8. an CE 157b 1. a / a / The / the 2. an / A / a / The / the / the CE 158a 1. the 3. an 5. the / the 7. a 9. the 2. the 4. a 6. a / a 8. a 10. the CE 158b 1. the / the 3. a / a / the / the 2. a / a / a / the / an / the 4. a / an / the / the / the CE 159a 1. had had 3. would have bought 5. said / hasn’t phoned 7. was painting 2. would be 4. getting 6. was looking 8. Did / go CE 159b 1. c (an) 3. d (started) 5. b (excited) 2. b (have) 4. d (boring) CE 160a 1. b 2. d 3. c 4. b 5. c 6. d 7. a CE 160b 1. It was not until he was 18 that he knew how to swim. 2. A new computer was bought yesterday. 3. So as to reduce traffic noise, people are planting trees by the roadside. 4. It was not until the film ended that my father came home. 5. It was not until midnight that John finished his homework. Unit 14: THE WORLD CUP CE 161a 1. d 2. b 3. a 4. d 5. b 6. c CE 162a 1. Are you going to explore 3. am going 5. is going to have 2. will arrive 4. will like 6. are / going to do CE 162b 1. I am going to build a garage. 3. I am going to repaper the room. 2. I’ll go and open it. 4. You will have a headache. CE 163a 1. Are / going to buy 3. am going 5. are / going to paint 2. Will / be 4. won’t lend / is 6. am going to see CE 163b 1. b (am going) 2. d (will do) 3. d (it is going to) 4. c (the) CE 164a 1. a 3. b 5. b 7. b 9. a 2. c 4. c 6. d 8. a CE 164b 1. You should book the tickets well in advance to go back your hometown for Tet. 2. He went to university to study technology. 3. I wrote a letter to thank her for the lovely evening. 4. I stayed home to finish my homework. CE 165a 1. In order to find out the time of the performances, I phoned the cinema. 2. She will be met tomorrow. 3. A new house is going to be built in this area. 4. If he studied hard, he would pass the exam. 5. If I had been hungry, I would have eaten lunch. CE 165b 1. b 2. d 3. a 4. c 5. d 6. b CE 166b 1. will possibly sell 3. will win 5. will meet 2. will pass 4. will play 6. won’t like 7. won’t pass CE 167a 1. am going to buy 3. will have 5. is going to rain 2. will probably be 4. am going to open 6. will lend 7. am going to write CE 167b 1. Are you going to buy / will you buy 2. Are you going to bath / will you help 3. Will you have 4. Will you sign CE 168a 1. Will you show me how to use this camera? 2. I’m going to wash the car. 3. I’m sure he’ll help you with your homework. 4. What are you going to do after university? 5. I think I’ll have to wear glasses to read. CE 168b 1. Are / going to paint 2. will mend 3. will give 4. are going to tow 5. Will / read CE 169a 1. b (tired) 3. c (will like) 2. c (are you going to put) 4. d (the) CE 170a 1. c 2. b 3. d 4. a 5. b CE 170b 1. c 2. c 3. a 4. d 5. b Unit 15 : CITIES CE 171a 1. b 3. c 5. a 2. c 4. a 6. c CE 171b 1. a 2. b CE 172a 1. We know a lot of people who live in London. 2. The man who lives next door is very friendly. 3. The scientist who discovered a new planet has won the Nobel Prize. 4. The girl who is now in the hospital was injured in the accident. CE 172b 1. whom 2. whom 3. whom 4. whom 5. who CE 173a 1. The scientist whom we saw in the street was very good at computers. 2. We’ve talked to the man whom we’re introduced to. 3. The man whom I have admired is going to visit our university next week. CE 173b 1. You are lucky to work with the woman whose ability I can’t bear admiring. 2. The man whose daughter is my classmate is very famous. CE 174a 1. The film is about a spy whose wife betrays him. 2. The woman whose son is my classmate has just won a lot of money. 3. The girl whose hair is beautiful is a famous singer. 4. The doctor whose house is large is well_known. 5. The student whose sister has gone abroad helps me with homework. CE 174b 1. The little girl who sat next to me on the coach ate sweets. 2. The doctor whom we know has to retire through ill health. 3. We want to meet the man whose son has just had an accident. CE 175a 1. The man whose father is a botanist is a biologist. 2. The secretary whom I talked to didn’t know where the meeting was. 3. The woman who received an award for outstanding research teaches linguistics at the university. 4. The girls who serve in the shop are the owner’s daughters. CE 175b 1. a 3. d 5. d 2. c 4. b 6. a CE 176a 1. which 2. which 3. who 4. whose CE 176b 1. We enjoy the music which we listen to everyday. 2. There are some words which are very difficult to translate. 3. The river which flows through Hereford is the Wye. 4. Do you know the shop which sells good coffee? 5. The concert which we are looking forward to is next Saturday. CE 177a 1. The house whose windows were painted yellow is opposite mine. 2. The dog whose legs was broken is naughty. 3. The elephant whose trunk is flexible is very big. CE 177b 1. The book that you lent me is very interesting. 2. The man that you met yesterday is my English teacher. 3. The doctor that examined me is very good. 4. The student that will go abroad for his study is good at Math. CE 178a 1. c (which) 2. a (whom) 3. a (whom) 4. a (are) 5. c (surprised) CE 178b 1. You need to talk to the man whom you can trust. 2. The student whose homework is late will be punished. 3. The sun which is one of millions of stars in the universe provides us with heat and light. 4. I’m looking for an electric can opener which also can sharpen knives. CE 179a 1. The boys who attend this school have to wear uniform. 2. The law that for bids the import of rice is a helpful one for farmers. 3. The girl whose purse was stolen in the class is questioned by the police. 4. This film has been watched already. CE 180a 1. d 2. a 3. c 4. d 5. b CE 180b 1. d 2. d 3. c 4. b 5. b 6. a

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