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2 REVISION Unit 6: COMPETITIONS

3 WELCOME TO OUR CLASS Giáo viên: Hồ Thị Hiền

4 EXERCISE I: Rewrite each sentence, beginning as shown. Do not change the meaning. 1. “No, it’s not true, I didn’t steal the money!” Jean denied……………………………………………….. 2. “Why don’t we go to the cinema this evening?” Peter suggested ………………………………………… 3. “I’ve broken your pen. I’m awfully sorry, Jack.” David apologized for……………………………………….. stealing the money. going to the cinema. breaking Jack’s pen

5 4. “All right, it’s true, I was nervous.” The leading actor admitted…………………… 5. “You murdered Lord Debby, didn’t you, Collin!” The inspector accused Colin of………………………… 6. “It was me who stole the money,” said Jim. Jim confessed……………………… to being nervous. murdering Lord Debby to stealing the money.

6 Exercise II: Complete the following sentences in the reported speech. 7.Mary, “John won’t like your inferring his business.” Mary said that John wouldn’t thank ….……………….. 8. “You should wear a suit when you come to my party, Tom.” said Susan. Susan insisted …………………………………………… 9.The tourist guide said, “Don’t walk along in the street at night.” The tourist guide warned against …………………………. me for inferring his business. that Tom should wear a suit when he came to her party. walking alone in the street at night.

7 10. “I can’t go to your birthday party next Saturday evening, Jack” said Mary. Mary apologized for……………………………………… 11.The manager said to the workers, “you have done excellent work this month.” The manager congratulated the workers on……………………… 12. “I always to run my own business”, she said to me. She told me that she dreamed of…………………………… not going to Jack’s birthday party the following Saturday evening. having done excellent work that month. running her own business.

8 13. “You told a lie, Tom”, she said. She accused Tom………………… 4. “To tell the truth, I haven’t insured my car”, she said. She admitted ………………………………….without insurance. 15. “Shall we have dinner somewhere after the theatre/’, said Peter. Peter suggested………………………………. 16. ‘I didn’t break the windows," Bill said. Bill denied……………………………… of telling a lie driving without insurance having dinner somewhere after the theatre breaking the windows

9 17. “You can’t run out of the garden, ”Ms Kelly said to the children. Ms Kelly prevented the children……………………………… “I feel like seeing you soon, Susan," said her mother. Her mother looked forward………………………… “people have a right to say what they think”, she said. She said we couldn’t stop people…………………………………… from running out of the garden. to seeing Susan soon. (from) saying what they thought.

10 Exercise III: Choose a, b,c or d 20.The workers have made …………….to the boss but he just does not seem to be listening. a.representsb.representationsq c.representatived.representing 21.They worked hard together, …………..and under pressure. a.comepeteb.competive c.competivelyd.competition * *

11 22.How many ……….are there in competitin. a.participatesb.participants c.participationsd.participative 23.The instructors is explaining the competition’s rules ………………the competitors. a.tob.forc.withd.at 24.To participate ………….the contest, you must be under 25 years old. a.forb.atc.ind.about 25.The teacher divided the class into three groups………ten. a.ofb.withc.ind.for o o o o

12 26.How many contestants were there in all? a.as a totalb.as a result c.as respectedd.as usual 27.The transition from the school to work does not happen smoothly to everybody. a.without difficultiesb.full of troubles c.with problemsd.plenty of challenges 28. When someone___________a poem or other piece of writing, they say it aloud after they have learned it. a. recitesb. takes part in c. completesd. competes o o o

13 29. The role of scientists is to observe and describe the world. a. obeyb. determinec. watchd. keep 30. What was the______________of match? - Three goals to nil. a. representation b. participationc. memberd. score 31. Next month the students of our country will take part in a severe_____________ for university places. a. performance b. competition c. activityd. completion 32._______________most important thing when you take part in any examination is to be calm. a. Ab. Anc. Thed.  33. At__________end of the competition, the judge announced the results to every body. a. ab. anc. thed.  o o o o o

14 34. He is learning very hard because his aim_________Cambridge University. a. to enterb. is to enter c. enteringd. for entering 35._______________the game, you should try your best. a. Winningb. To winc. As winningd. If winning 36. On completion of the activities, you will have to continue answering some questions. a. Because you complete the activities b. Completing of the activities c. When you have completed the activities d. As if you completed the activities o o o

15 37. "It is you that stole my purse," Mrs. Pike said to the young man. a. Mrs. Pike told the young man that it was you that stole her purse. b. Mrs. Pike denied the young man of stealing her purse. c. Mrs. Pike accused the young man of stealing her purse. d. Mrs. Pike asked the young man to steal her purse. 38. "Thank you very much for your help, John," said Daisy. a. Daisy thanked John for helping her- b. Daisy told John to help her. c. Daisy wanted John to help her and said thanks. d. Daisy would like John to help her. o o

16 39. My friend__________ a. suggested going for a walk b. suggested us going for a walk c. advised to go for a walk d. would like going for a walk 40.The result of the exam_______________ this afternoon. a. will announceb. is announcing c. will be announcedd. will be announcing o o

17 44. "What a beautiful dress you have, Mary!" Peter said. a. Peter complimented Mary on her beautiful dress. b. Peter said what did Mary have a beautiful dress. c. Peter asked Mary to have a beautiful dress. d. Peter advised Mary to have a beautiful dress. 42. Peter said, "I wish I hadn't lent him some money." a. Peter suggested lending him some money. b. Peter wished not to lend him some money. c. Peter thanked him for lending him some money. d. Peter regretted lending him some money. o o

18 43. "I am sorry. I broke the vase," my little son said. a. My little son said that he was sorry and he would break the vase. b. My little son refused breaking the vase and said sorry. c. My little son threatened to break the vase. d. My little son admitted to breaking the vase. 44. The police warned me against coming near the barrier. a. "Please come near the barrier," the police said. b. "Don't come near the barrier," the police said. c. "I would like to come near the barrier," the police said. d. "Let's come near the barrier," the police said. o o

19 Error Identification 45. Competition can have both beneficial with detrimental effects. A B C D 46. Human competitions can be very expensive, so as World A B C Cups and Olympic Games. D * *

20 47. While some sports, such as fishing, or hiking have been viewed A B as primarily recreational, most sports are considered to be C competitively. D 48. In the basketball, two teams compete against each other to A B determine who can score the most points. CD * *

21 49. Athletes, besides competing against a theirs, also compete against nature b in sports such as mountain climbing, where the c goal is to reaching a destination. d o

22 Thank you and wish Thank you and wish You a happy day You a happy day

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