Luyện thi học sinh giỏi Anh văn 9

1. Mr. White is a tailor, ?

2. It isn’t ready yet, .?

3. I am clever, .?

4. We must hurry, .?

5. They won’t stop long, .?

6. You asked for mustard, .?

7. She speaks too quickly, .?

8. He will arrive soon, ?

9. The milk may be sour, .?

10. Tom doesn’t like ham, .?

11. They told me a lie, ?

12. It can’t be so bad, ?

13. It was a pity, ?

14. Jack is joining the club, ?

15. You mustn’t do that again, ?

16. You ought not to eat that, ?

17. They have sold the house, ?

18. Our team won the prize, ?

 

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or yesterday.” → He said, “I have a toothache.” → She said, “I’ll write him a prescription.” → They said, “We’re going to the drugstore.” → He said, “The doctor gave me some pills.” → She said, “I go to the supermarket every day.” → He said, “I have received the envelope.” → They said, “We visited Cannery Row.” → She said, “I feel very sick.” → He said, “I bought some popcorn.” → They said, “We’re flying to California.” → He said, “I’m cutting off the main valve.” → He said he didn’t know what had happened. → She said that she had gone to the dentist yesterday. → She said the doctor had written her a prescription. → He said that he had a toothache. → She said she went to the museum every day. → They said they were going to the supermarket. → She said that the doctor had given her some pills. → He said he had received the report. → They said they had visited the aquarium. → He said that he was feeling sick. → She said she had bought some bread. → He said that he was turning off the television. → They said they were driving to Chicago. → “If you are late tomorrow, I am going to fire you,” he said → “I’m telling you that I didn’t break that window”, the boy said → “I’m going to change the wheel on my car myself,” said Hang. → “It’s certainly essential to take a long-term view of the situation,” the boss said → “I passed my driving test first time,” said Sam. → “It’s the first time I’ve flown”, Ha said. → Hang said: “Why doesn’t Ha buy them this picture as a wedding present?” → “I can’t work at all! My typewriter isn’t working properly,” she said → “I think you should try to be more punctual,” she said to Ha → “You can’t park here” → “Have you worked before?” she said to him → “Can you work on Saturday before?” she said to him → “May I open the window?” she asked → “Would it be alright if I had the day off?” she said to her boss → “May I borrow your tennis racket?” she asked him → “Are you coming to the party tonight, Ha?” she asked → “Can you borrow your pen please, Ha?” she asked → “Do you know where my tennis racquet is, Mum?” she asked her Mum → “Was Ha at work yesterday?” she asked her secretary → “Did you read the article about Prince Diana?” she asked him → “Where do you live?” she said to him → “Why do you want the job?” she said to him → “How did you hear about it?” she said to him → “How much do you expect to earn?” she said to him → “When can you start?” she said to him → “What time is it, Ha?” she asked → “How long have you worked for this company?” she asked → “Why has he been working so hard?” she asked → “Why did you do it when I told you not to?” she said to me → “Why didn’t you come at ten o’clock?” she said → “If you type this letter out for me, I’ll buy you a drink, OK? Thanks!” he said (persuade) → “Sure, I don’t mind at all if you use my typewriter. Go ahead.” he said (allow) → “All right, it’s true, I was nervous.” he said (confess) → “I don’t think Liverpool will win.” he said (doubt) → “Don’t forget: you’ve got to hand in your work this evening” he said (remind) → “It’s a shame you couldn’t make it to the party last night” he said (regret) → “Don’t worry, as long as you keep your head, you’ll manage all right” he said (assure) → “You really must come, and visit us next weekend” he said (insist) → “If I had more time, I’d help you with your work” he said (claim) → “Might it be a good idea if we all organized our time more effectively” he said (suggest) → He said, “I don’t know what happened.” → She said, “I went to the dentist yesterday.” → She said, “The doctor wrote me a prescription.” → He said, “I have a toothache.” → She said, “I go to the museum every day.” → They said, “We’re going to the supermarket.” → She said, “The doctor gave me some pills.” → He said, “I received the report.” → They said, “We visited the aquarium.” → He said, “I’m feeling sick.” → She said, “I bought some bread.” → He said, “I’m turning off the television.” → They said, “We’re driving to Chicago.” → He said he didn’t know what had happened. → She said that she had gone to the dentist yesterday. → She said the doctor had written her a prescription. → He said that he had a toothache. → She said she went to the museum every day. → They said they were going to the supermarket. → She said that the doctor had given her some pills. → He said he had received the report. → They said they had visited the aquarium. → He said that he was feeling sick. → She said she had bought some bread. → He said that he was turning off the television. → They said they were driving to Chicago. → He said, “I don’t know what happened.” → She said, “I went to the dentist yesterday.” → She said, “The doctor wrote me a prescription.” → He said, “I have a toothache.” → She said, “I go to the museum every day.” → They said, “We’re going to the supermarket.” → She said, “The doctor gave me some pills.” → He said, “I received the report.” → They said, “We visited the aquarium.” → He said, “I’m feeling sick.” → She said, “I bought some bread.” → He said, “I’m turning off the television.” → They said, “We’re driving to Chicago.” → He said he didn’t know what had happened. → She said that she had gone to the doctor yesterday. → He said he had a toothache. → She said she would write him a prescription. → They said they were going to the drugstore. → He said that the doctor had given him some pills. → She said that she went to the supermarket everyday. → He said he had received the envelope. → They said that they had visited Cannery Row. → She said that she felt very sick. → He said he had bought some popcorn. → They said they were flying to California. → He said he was cutting off the main valve. → “I’m tired,” Trevor said. → “Sorry. I wasn’t listening,” Hang said. → “Is this your pencil?” he asked his pupil. → “I’m going to Paris soon,” she said. → “It’s time to start revising (ôn lại) for the exam,” the teacher said. → “The film will be interesting,” I thought. → “I can’t help you because I have too much to do,” she said. → “Anne has bought the tickets.” She said to me. → “It took me three hours to get here because the roads are flooded” he told me. → “I think it’s a crazy (điên dại/ ngu xuẩn) idea. It’s won’t work” she said. → The receptionist says “Breakfast is served between 7.00 and 9.00” → “Where are you going?” he asks me. → “Do you want to go out for a meal?” she asked him. → “Why are you late?” they asked their guests. → “Can I use your phone to make a local call?” she asks me. → “Which countries have you been to?” the customs officer asks me. → “Do you know where Jean is living?” he asked me. → “What color are you going to paint the living room?” she asks them. → “Where did you go last night?” his father asked him. → “Why doesn’t she talk to me any more?” I thought to myself. → “What are you going to do with your scholarship?” Hang asked Huong. → “Remember to book a table” said Ann. → “Could you please ring back in half an hour?” said the secretary. → “Get into the right lane (lối đi),” said the driving instructor. → “I should say nothing about it if I were you,” said my brother. → “Please, please don’t do anything dangerous,” his wife said. → “Why don’t you open a bank account?” Tom said. → “I can’t sell the cassette player at that price” he said. → “Could I see your driving license (bằng lái xe)?” said the policeman. → “Why don’t you go to a dentist, Mary, before your toothache gets any worse,” I said. → “Open your suitcase for inspection (sự kiểm tra).” the customs officer said to all passengers. → “I’ve replaced all the carpets (tấm thảm).” She said to me. → “Can I move the furniture (đồ đạc) around?” I asked her. → “How many bedrooms are there?” Sally asked. → “When do you want to move in?” Mrs. Mawby asked. → “Is there a fridge in the kitchen?” she asked him. → “I need $ 100 deposit (tiền đặt cọc)” she said. → Conditional Sentences I) Vieát laïi caâu You got into so much trouble because you didn’t listen to me. → If There are so many bugs in the room because there isn’t a screen on the window. → If He is busy right now. So, he can’t help them. → If I can’t make all of my own meals because I am not good at cooking. → If I’m not you, so I can’t tell him the truth. → If I She came, so he wasn’t disappointed. → If He is not a good student. He didn’t study for the test yesterday. → If I didn’t eat breakfast several hours ago, so I am hungry now. → If Mai is sick because she didn’t follow the doctor’s orders. → If He is tired this morning because he didn’t go to bed early last night. → If They don’t behave themselves so their parents are not happy about that. → If She didn’t say sorry so he was angry. → If I am not a rich businessman and I can’t afford to buy an expensive car. → If It rained last night so I didn’t go to the barbecue. → If My parents do not allow me to go, so I have to stay at home. → If She doesn’t pay attention to her cooking so the food is horrible. → If The weather was very nice so we didn’t go camping. → If The computer broke down and I had to stop my work. → If She loves him so she forgives him easily. → If He was angry so I didn’t say anything. → If II) Traéc nghieäm If I ……….a lot of money now, I …………..a new car. a. have /will buy b. have / would buy c. had/ will buy d. had/ would buy. If I ……………you, I …………….do that. a. am/ will b. were /would c. were/ will d. had been/ would. If I were offered the job, I think I ………. it. a. take b. will take c. would take d. would have taken. I would be very surprised if he…………….. a. refuses b. refused c. had refused d. would refuse. Many people would be out of work if that factory………..down. a. closes b. had closed c. closed d. would close. 6. If she sold her car, she ………… much money. a. gets b. would get c. will get d. would have got. They would be disappointed if we……………. a. hadn’t come b. wouldn’t come c. don’t come d. didn’t come. Would John be angry if I ……. ……his bicycle without asking? a. take b. took c. had taken d. would take. She ……….terrible upset if I lost this ring. a. will be b. would be c. were d. had been. If someone…………in here with a gun, I would be very frightened. a. would walk b. walks c. had walked d. walked. What would happen if you ……………..to work tomorrow? a. don’t go b. didn’t go c. won’t go d. wouldn’t go. We ‘ll get wet if we ………….out. a. go b. did go c. went d. had gone. If I go shopping, I ………some food. a. buy b. will buy c. would buy d. would have bought. If I find it, I ………you. a. will tell b. would tell c. had told d. told. What would you do if you……………a million dollars? a. would win b. win c. had won d. won. They ‘d be hurt if I ………………. a. don’t go b. didn’t go c. hadn’t gone d. wouldn’t go. If we took the 6: 30 train, we…………too early. a. would have arrived b. arrived c. will arrived d. would arrive. If I had known you were in hospital, I …………to see you. a. will go b. would go c. went d. would have gone. If I …………., I would have said hello. a. had seen b. see c. saw d. would see. I…………..out if I hadn’t been so tired. a. will go b. went c. would have gone d. would go. If I ………..a camera, I would have taken some pictures. a. have b. had c. would have d. had had. You won’t pass the examination……………you study more. a. as long as b. unless c. if d. whether. If only I …………you wanted to invest money in business. a. had known b. knew c. have known d. know. If I were to leave my country , I ……………disappointed. a. probably be b. would have been c. will be d. would be. If he hadn’t wasted too much time, he…………….in his examination. a. would fail b. wouldn’t fail c. wouldn’t have failed. d. won’t fail. If I had taken that English course, I ………..much progress. a. had made b. would have made c. made d. would make. If I were in your place, I ……….a trip to England. a. will make b. had made c. made. d. would make. If I ………….. you , I’d save some of your lottery winning. a. be b. were c. am d. was If the car ……….. larger, we would have bought it. a. had been b. have been c. has been d. been If I had enough money, I ……… abroad to improve my English. a. will go b. should go c. would go d. should have go to If it …….. convenient, let’s go out for a drink tonight. a. be b. was c. were d. is If you ……. time, please write to me. a. have b. have had c. had d. has If you had the chance, ………… you go finishing? a. did b. would c. may d. do Trees won’t grow ……….. there is enough water. a. if b. when c. unless d. as If you ………. to my advice in the first place, you wouldn’t be in this mess right now. a. listen b. had listened c. will listen d. listened I wish I …….. you some money for your rent, but I’m broke myself. a. can lend b. could lend c. would lend d. will lend If someone ……… into the store, smile and say, “ May I help you?” a. comes b. came c. would come d. could lend If you stay up late the previous night, you ………. sleepy the next morning. a. feel b. to feel c. feels d. will feel If Peter ……, Sarah will be sad because she wants to meet him very much a. comes b. do not come c. does not come d. will come If his teeth still …….., he will have to go to the dentist’s again. a. hurt b. hurts c. to hurt c. will hurt If you…………Tom , tell him I have a message for him. a. will meet b. would meet c. meet d. met If you …………too hot during the night , turn down the central heating. a. will feel b. felt c. feel d. feels. If you …………with your dictionary, I ‘d like to borrow it. a. finish b. finished c. will finish d. are finishing. If I lived nearer the centre , I …………always late. a. wouldn’t be b. can be c. won’t be d. will be. What would Lan do if she …………..the Miss world. a. would be b. were c. will be d. is. If I ………….her , I would have said “ hello” a. has seen b. have seen c. saw d. had seen. If she had read the passage more slowly , the candidate…………. a. understood. b. would have understood c. will understood d. would understand. If it……………, they will not go out. a. rains b. rained c. rain d. raining. James will not complete the work if she is …………..rarely enough. a. tell b. telling c. tells d. told. Betty will not go to the party unless John ……………….too. a. go b. went c. going d. goes Miss An does not want to go on the trip if nobody…………..with her. a. go b. goes c. went d. going. If you ………….to go shopping, please go with your aunt this weekend. a. wants b. want c. wanting d. wanted. Mr. Smith has to work on weekends if his manager………….him to. a. tell b. telling c. told d. tells. Unless they ……………her to work hard, she would not. a. encourage b. encourage c. encourages d. encouraging. If I ……….a king, I would give money to the poor . a. is b. are c. am d. were. If we had left this country , we would have………….to Australia. a. emigrated b. emigrates c. emigrate d. emigrating. If I had to the party last night, I …………her. a. will have met. b. would meet c. would have met d. will meet. Unless the pupils pay attention, the teacher …………….be angry. a. would b. may c. will d. might. Please do not go out if it………………. a. rain b. rains c. rained d. raining. If you …………me with this exercise, I will do the same for you one day. a. helped b. would help c. help d. will help. If you listen to music, you can’t ……………your study. a. concentrate on b. interested in c. care about d. read about. ……………you study harder, you won’t pass the final exam. a. unless b. if c. if not d. without. If the weather………….fine, we will go on a picnic. a. is b. were c. would be d. will be. If he………………….harder, the results will be better. a. worked b. works c. has worked d. will work. If Americans ate fewer foods with sugar and salt, their general health...better a. be b. will be c. is d. would be. If she hadn’t overslept, she ………..late for the interview. a. wouldn’t be b. wouldn’t have been c. hadn’t been d. would have been I’d have told you if I …………..the book. a. had seen b. would have seen c. saw d. see. If we had known your new address, we…………..to see you. a. came b. would have come c. would come d. will come. If I found a wallet in the street, I ………….take it to police. a. will b. should c. would d. shall I ………….that coat if I were you. a. wouldn’t buy b. didn’t buy c. don’t buy d. won’t buy. Tag Question I) Add the necessary question tag: Mr. White is a tailor, ………? It isn’t ready yet, ………..? I am clever, ……….? We must hurry, ………….? They won’t stop long, ………….? You asked for mustard, ………….? She speaks too quickly, ………….? He will arrive soon, ……………? The milk may be sour, …………..? Tom doesn’t like ham, ………….? They told me a lie, ……………? It can’t be so bad, ……………? It was a pity, ……………? Jack is joining the club, ……………? You mustn’t do that again, ……………? You ought not to eat that, ……………? They have sold the house, ……………? Our team won the prize, ……………? You are leaving here tomorrow, ……………? You can’t come next week, ……………? You ought to leave now, ……………? He should have come home earlier, ……………? He daren’t do it, ……………? Go and get me some aspirins, ……………? We need some more sugar, ……………? I may open it, ……………? You’d better keep quiet, ……………? He used to live near here, ……………? Open it for me, ……………? Let’s sing it again, ……………? He shouldn’t put so much salt in it, ……………? Going swimming in the summer is very interesting, ……………? Let’s dance together, ……………? The party is so wonderful. Don’t talk in class, ……………? The teacher is explaining the lesson Nobody understands what the lady over there says, ……………? The woman seldom writes poems and stories, ……………? Nothings makes you bored, ……………? You always look happy. You have read this article on the website, ……………? You don’t read this article on the website, ……………? She never tells the truth, ……………? II) Rewrite the following sentences with “question tag”: She will probably be out for dinner. => She won’t be home for dinner, ……………? The paper looks good, don’t you think? => The paper doesn’t ……………………………………..………………………? Larry would be busy on Sunday. => I don’t suppose that Larry would be …………………………………………..? I think you can’t eat one more piece of cake. => You can eat ……………………………………………………………………? The prices at this store are very high, don’t you think? => The prices at this store aren’t …………………………………………………? She is going to get a scholarship, I believe. => She is ………………………………………………………………………….? The electricity department is going to cut down its power supply, apparently. => The power supply is …………………………………………………………..? Scientists have carried out some experiments on AIDS recently, I think. => Some experiments have ………………………………………………………? They haven’t found any special drugs to cure ADIS, in my view. => No special drugs have ………………………………………………………..? Computers can replace man, I think. => Man can’t be ………………………………………………………………….? Passive and Active voice A group of students have met their friend at the railway station. → They didn’t allow Tom to take these books home. → The teacher won’t correct exercises tomorrow. → How many trees did they cut down to build that fence? → This well-known library attracts many people. → All students attended the meeting. → People say that he is intelligent. → He can’t repair my bike. → Mary has operated Tom since 10 o’clock. → This is the second time they have written to us about this. → Mr. Smith has taught us French for 2 years. → They didn’t look after the children properly. → Nobody swept this street last week. → People drink a great deal of tea in England. → People speak English all over the world. → Tom was writing 2 poems. → She often takes her dog for a walk. → How many lessons are you going to learn next month? → She didn’t introduce me to her mother. → Someone had invented electric lights before I was born. → Farmers usually milk cows twice a day. → He likes people to call him “sir”. → People know that Japan produces a wide range of cars. → Our teacher used to bid us talk in class. → Don’t let other see you. → Workers were digging a large hole in the ground. → Before they took exams they had revised their lessons. → The car knocked a woman down in the street. → When he came home his father was reading a newspaper. → Cows were eating grass on the meadow. → My cousin will meet you at the station. → She is running her own company. → Visitors must leave umbrellas and raincoats in the cloakroom. → My mother used to make us clean the house. → John hasn’t finished his homework. → They suggested banning advertisements on TV. → I will shut the door if you like. → We have just seen a horrible accident. → What language do people speak in this country? → At 7 p.m., Mrs. Smith was making cakes. → He isn’t going to buy that house. → When I was 18 years old, my parents allowed me to go out in the evening. → This terrorist has kept 3 hostages for a week. → He hasn’t seen you for years. → The examiner will read the passage 3 times. → An earthquake destroyed the town. → He didn’t type the letter last night. → They will pick me up at my house. → When did you see him in that bank? → My father will take me to Ho Chi Minh City next week. → A man returned the keys to me. → Mary will see her friends off at the station. → You were wearing your new hat when I met you yesterday. → He is preparing everything for the presidential election. → Last Friday, when I came to Jane’s house, she had finished all exercises. → They have to pull down that building. → He gave me a knife to cut this bread. → People used to steal a lot of goods from supermarkets. → Countries are finding a way to solve the problem. → He put the letter in the drawer, and then he locked it up. → She can sew 3 shirts a day. → By the end of this year, we will have learnt 2,000 English words. → Don’t ask for another book until you finish this one. → We consider that she is the best singer. → Nobody has used this room for ages. → Her father was planting different kinds of flowers in the garden. → I am translating an article from English into Vietnamese. → The Prime Minister is making a speech at the moment. → People said he had swallowed a safety pin. → How many days did she spend finishing the work? → Someone is following me. → She read the letter again and again last night. → The doctor pulled out one of my teeth yesterday morning. → The tailor has just made a new suit for me. → Someone saw him pick up the gun. → He has caught a lion and shot 2 others. → He received a letter from home by the evening post. → I put the 5 pound note into one of my books yesterday. → After he had told the story, we clapped our hands. → His wife usually brings him sandwiches at lunch time. → They were continually asking question. → We have to pick fruit very early in the morning. → How many books do you give me? → He always lost keys. → The light went out while I was making a cup of tea. → When she went to Barcelona, she learnt some Spanish. → The State will assign our students to different jobs. → The government launched the blood drive. → The students of chemistry made many experiments last week. → When will you do the work? → My brother has sent me this interesting book. → She asked her mother to let her go. → He couldn’t find his key. → She used to pull my hat over my eyes. → For the past years, I have done all my washing by hand. → A pair of robins have built a nest in the porch since last week. → The police haven’t found the murderer yet. → They sold one of her own paintings at $1,000. → I will put your gloves back in your drawer. → Have you seen Philip lately? → When did you receive my letter? → Mr. Speed is dictating 3 letters to Ann. → I found the book boring. → Jack felled a tree in the garden yesterday. → When I came back

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