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200 câu trắc nghiệm DHCD – part 1

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  1. He was sentenced to six months in prison for his part in the robbery
  2. He received a six months in prison for his part in the robbery.
  3. He received a six-month sentence for his part in the robbery.
  4. For his participation in the robbery, he had been in prison for six months.
  5. For his participation in the robbery, a prison had been given to him for six months.

 

  1. Madeleine wears high heels to look taller.
  2. In order to look taller, Madeleine wears high heels.
  3. So that to look taller, Madeleine wears high heels.
  4. Madeleine wants high heels to make her taller.
  5. Madeleine buys high heels to look taller.

 

  1. He started learning French six years ago.
  2. He has learned French for six years.
  3. It was six years ago did he start learning French.
  4. He hasn’t learnt French for six years.
  5. It is six years since he has learnt French.

 

  1. People believed he won a lot of money on the lottery.
  2. He is believed that he won a lot of money on the lottery.
  3. He won a lot of money on the lottery, it is believed.
  4. He is believed to have won a lot of money on the lottery.
  5. He was believed to win a lot of money on the lottery.

 

  1. “Why don’t you get your hair cut, Gavin?” Said Adam .
  2. Adam advised Gavin to cut his hair.
  3. Gavin was suggested to have a haircut.
  4. It was suggestible that Adam get Gavin’s haircut.
  5. Adam suggested that Gavin should have his haircut.

 

  1. “Leave my house now or I’ll call the police!” shouted the lady to the man.
  2. The lady threatened to call the police if the man didn’t leave her house.
  3. The lady said that she would call the police if the man didn’t leave her house.
  4. The lady told the man that she would call the police if he didn’t leave her house.
  5. The lady informed the man that she would call the police if he didn’t leave her house

 

  1. “You should have finished the report by now” John told his secretary.
  2. John reproached his secretary for not having finished the report.
  3. John said that his secretary had not finished the report.
  4. John reminded his secretary of finishing the report on time.
  5. John scolded his secretary for not having finished the report

 

  1. “I will pay back the money, Gloria.” Said Ivan .
  2. Ivan apologized to Gloria for borrowing her money.
  3. Ivan offered to pay Gloria the money back.
  4. Ivan promised to pay back Gloria’s money.
  5. Ivan suggested paying back the money to Gloria.

 

  1. The woman was too weak to lift the basket.
  2. Although she was weak, she could lift the basket.
  3. The woman shouldn’t have lifted the basket because she was so weak.
  4. She was so weak that she couldn’t lift the basket.
  5. The woman lifted the basket, so she wasn’t very weak.

 

  1. “If I were you, I would take a break,” Tom said to Daisy.
  2. Tom wanted to take a break with Daisy.
  3. Tom advised Daisy to take a break.
  4. Tom suggested not taking a break.
    D. Tom wanted to take a break, and so did Daisy.

 

  1. They got success since they took my advice.
  2. They took my advice, and failed.
  3. If they did not take my advice, they would not get success.
  4. But for taking my advice, they would not have got success.
  5. My advice stopped them from getting success.

 

  1. I am very interested in the book you lent me last week.
  2. The book is interesting enough for you to lend me last week.
  3. It was the interesting book which you lent me last week.
  4. The book which you lent me last week is too interesting to read.
  5. The book that you lent me last week interests me a lot

 

  1. They did not let me in because I was not a member of the club.
  2. They invited me although I was not a member of the club.
  3. They did not allow me to enter because I was not a member of the club.
  4. They invited me to the clubs as if I had been a member.
  5. They asked me to get out of the club because I was not a member.

 

  1. His eel soup is better than any other soups I have ever eaten.
  2. Of all the soups I have ever eaten, his eel soup is the best.
  3. I have ever eaten many soups that are better than his eel soup.
  4. His eel soup is the worst of all soups I have eaten.
  5. His eel soup is good but I have ever eaten many others better.

 

  1. The last time I went to the museum was a year ago.
  2. I have not been to the museum for a year.
  3. A year ago, I often went to the museum.
  4. My going to the museum lasted a year.
  5. At last I went to the museum after a year

 

  1. They are not allowed to go out in the evening by their parents.
  2. Their parents do not want them to go out in the evening.
  3. Their parents never let them to go out in the evening.
  4. Going out in the evening is permitted by their parents.
  5. Although their parents do not allow, they still go out in the evening.

 

  1. This is the first time I attend such an enjoyable wedding party.
  2. The first wedding party I attended was enjoyable.
  3. I had the first enjoyable wedding party.
  4. My attendance at the first wedding party was enjoyable.
  5. I have never attended such an enjoyable wedding party before.

 

  1. I have not met her for three years.
  2. The last time I met her was three years ago.
  3. It is three years when I will meet her.
  4. I did not meet her three years ago.
  5. During three years, I met her once.

 

  1. “How beautiful is the dress you have just bought!” Peter said to Mary.
  2. Peter promised to buy Mary a beautiful dress.
  3. Peter said thanks to Mary for her beautiful dress.
  4. Peter complimented Mary on her beautiful dress.
  5. Peter asked Mary how she had just bought her beautiful dress.

 

  1. Barry continued to smoke even though we had advised him to quit.
  2. Barry took our advice so he stopped smoking.
  3. If we had advised Barry, he would have quit smoking.
  4. Barry did not quit smoking because of our advice.
  5. Despite being told not to smoke, Barry continued to do.

 

  1. Many people think Steve stole the money.
  2. It was not Steve who stole the money.
  3. Steve is thought to have stolen the money.
  4. Many people think the money is stolen by Steve.
  5. The money is thought to be stolen bySteve.

 

  1. Mary tried to keep calm although she was very disappointed.
  2. Mary was too disappointed to keep calm.
  3. Disappointed as she was, Mary tried to keep calm.
  4. Mary lost her temper because of her disappointment.
  5. Feeling disappointed, Mary tried to keep calm, but she failed.

 

  1. Even though it was raining heavily, the explorers decided to continue their journey.
  2. It rained so heavily that the explorers could not continue their journey.
  3. The explorers put off their journey due to the heavy rain.
  4. The heavy rain could not prevent the explorers from continuing their journey.
  5. If it had rained heavily, the explorers would not have continued their journey.

 

  1. Housewives do not have to spend a lot of time doing housework any more.
  2. Housework will never be done by housewives any more.
  3. Housewives have to spend more and more time to do housework.
  4. Never have housewives spent as much time doing housework as they do now.
  5. No longer do housewives have to spend a lot of time doing housework.

 

  1. Because it was an interesting novel, I stayed up all night to finish it.
  2. I stayed up all night to finish the novel, therefore, it was interesting.
  3. Unless it were an interesting novel, I would stay up all night to finish it.
  4. Though it was an interesting novel, I stayed up all night to finish it.
  5. So interesting was the novel that I stayed up all night to finish it.

 

  1. He cannot afford a new computer.
  2. The new computer is so expensive that he cannot buy it.
  3. Therefore, he would buy a new computer.
  4. So, he would buy a new computer.
  5. The new computer is so expensive but he can buy it.

 

  1. The roads were slippery because it snowed heavily.
  2. It snowed too heavily to make the roads slippery.
  3. The heavy snow prevented the roads from-being slippery.
  4. Thanks to the slip of the roads, it snowed heavily.
  5. The heavy snow made the roads slippery.

 

  1. I did not understand what the lecturer was saying because I had not read his book.
  2. What the lecturer wrote and said was too difficult for me to understand.
  3. The lecturer’s book which I had not read was difficult to understand.
  4. I found it very difficult to understand what the lecturer said in his book.
  5. I would have understood what the lecturer was saying if I had read his book.

 

  1. Because they made too many mistakes, they failed in the exam
  2. They made very many mistakes that they failed in the exam
  3. They made too many mistake for them to fail in the exam
  4. They made so many mistakes that they failed in the exam
  5. They made such many mistakes that they failed in the exam

 

  1. She locked the door so as not to be disturbed
  2. She locked the door in order that she wouldn’t be disturbed
  3. She locked the door to be not disturbed
  4. She locked the door for her not to be disturbed
  5. She locked the door so that not to not to be disturbed

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