UNIT 11: BOOKS - TRƯỜNG THPT LỘC PHÁT

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UNIT 11: BOOKS

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UNIT 11: BOOKS
UNIT 11: BOOKS.
UNIT 11: BOOKS
Do the exercises on your notebooks and give your explanation
 
PART I: VOCABULARY AND READING (8.0ps)
I. Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest. (1.0p)

  1. a. picture              b. action                     c. question                             d. future
  2. a. swallow            b. below                     c. slowly                                d. allow
  3. a. reading             b. easy                        c. pleasure                             d. please
  4. a. killed                b. enjoyed                  c. described                           d. digested
 
II. Matching the words in column A with their meanings/description/... in column B (2.5ps)

A B
1. thriller a. stories through pictures
2. romance b. stories in which the chacreaters and events are usually imaginary.
3. novel/fiction c. a person’s life written by somebody else.
4. science fiction d. books based on imagined scientific discoveries of the future.
5. craft e. stories about crime or spies
6. comic f. books showing how to knit or work with wood
7. biography g. stories about love affairs
8. swallow h. reading slowly ang carefully
9. dip into (taste) i. enjoying a good story
10. chew and digest j. reading bits here and there
 
III. Choose a, b, c, or d that best completes each unfinished sentence, substitutes the underlined part, or has a close meaning to the original one. (3.0ps)

  1. Who does the book belong ________?         
a. for                                 b. to                                        c. on                            d. through
  1. He picked ________ the book and turned page after page.                       
a. up                                  b. on                                       c. away                       d. in
  1. Read the book ________ and you can find the information you need.
a. care                               b. careful                               c. carefulness            d. carefully
  1. Not many people find reading more ________ than watching TV.
a. interest                                     b. interested                          c. interesting             d. interestingly
  1. To become a novelist, you need to be ________.
a. imagine                        b. imagination                       c. imaginative           d. imaginarily
  1. A ________ is a story long enough to fill a complete book, in which the characters and events are usually imaginary.
a. pleasure                       b. novel                                  c. page                        d. review
  1. A ________ is the story of a person's life written by somebody else.
a. romance                       b. fiction                                c. biography              d. science
  1. When a reader reads an interesting book slowly and carefully, he ____ it
a. reviews                        b. chews and digests            c. swallows                d. dips into
  1. Since their appearance, books are a previous ________ of knowledge and pleasure.
a. source                          b. pile                                                 c. amount                   d. sum
  1. Many teenagers are not much ________ in reading books, except for what they are made to read at school
a. excited                                     b. important                           c. slow                        d. interested
  1. A: “..................................................?” B: “He is brave, witty and very kind to other people.”
a. What does he look like                                             b. What is he like                
c. What does he like                                                      d. What does he feel like

  1. A: “I think reading makes you smarter.”        B: “.......................................”
a. Yes. Reading is interesting                                       b. I can’t agree more                       
c. Wow. I like reading                                                    d. Of course. Reading is my favourite.
 
IV. Read the following passage and choose the correct answer: (1.5ps)
Fiction is the writing of a story or text that is not true. It can be written in the form of either poetry or prose. Poetry is a style of writing in which short lines form verses. Often, words at the end of these lines rhyme, like “bed” and “red”. We call a group of verses about one subject a “poem”. Prose writing does not have verses, nor does it rhyme. It uses sentences and paragraphs. Prose is used in magazine articles, newspaper stories, short stories, and books.
Prose fiction has existed since ancient times, but most early ficition was actually written as poetry. Scholars disagree about the date of the first prose fiction book, or novel. Some scholars classify fictional stories from ancient Greece and Rome as the early novels. Others claim there were novels in Asia as early as the 6th century. These early novels were mostly short adventure stories about fictional characters.
In Europe, prose fiction began to seriously challenge poetry in the 16th century. A Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote Europes first prose novel in the early 1600s. However, longer novels, like Cervantes’s Don Quixote, did not become very popular until the 1700s. By that time, there were more printing presses, and more people knew how to read. In addition, more people had money to buy these books. Today, the vast majority of fiction is written in prose rather than in poetry.
 
1. What does the words “It” in paragraph 1 refer to?   
a. Non- fiction                      b. Fiction                   c. Poetry         d. Prose
2. What can we learn about newspaper stories from paragraph 1?
a. They are usually written in verse.                                
b. They are usually written in rhyme.
c. They are usually written in paragraphs.                      
d.  They are usually written by scholars.
3. The word “classify” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ………
a. teach                                   b. write                       c. call              d. learn
4. What can be inferred from the second parsgraph?
a. Prose fiction has been very popular since long ago.
b. Prose fiction has not been around since ancient times.
c. The date of the earliest known novel is the sixteenth century.
d. The date of the earliest known novel is not easy to determine.
5. The topic discussed in paragraph 3 is about ……. .
a. when prose became dominant in Europe.                   
b. when poetry became dominant in Europe
c. when Cervantes became an important author            
d. when prose began in Spain
6. The phrase “ancient” can be replaced by ____________.
       a. modern                                    b. current                  c. old              d. interesting
 
 
 
PART II: WRITING (2.0ps)
Write a report on the book you have read recently based on the following cues:
- The name of the book
- The author
- The characters
- When you have read
- Your feelings
- What you have learnt from the book
- ...
  
No rose without a thorn 
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