we should participate in the movement

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A. organizing to tát conserve

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C. which organize to tát conserve 

D. organized to tát conserve

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Kiến thức kiểm tra: Mệnh đề mối liên hệ rút gọn gàng

movement (n): trào lưu => danh kể từ chỉ sự vật

organize (v): tổ chức triển khai

=> mệnh đề mối liên hệ dạng tiêu cực

to + V => thể hiện tại mục tiêu

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Câu 1:

______, women are responsible for the chores in the house and taking care of the children.

A. With tradition 

B. On tradition 

C. Traditional 

D. Traditionally 

Câu 2:

The handwriting is completely ______. This note must have been written a long time ago.

A. inedible 

B. indelible 

C. illegible 

D. unfeasible

Câu 3:

Tennis fans _____ tickets have been queuing all night at Wimbledon.

A. who are hoped to tát buy 

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B. whom hoped to tát buy

C. hoping to tát buy 

D. hoped to tát buy 

Câu 4:

The teacher as well as his students____________ at the school meeting yet.

A. arrived 

B. hasn’t arrived 

C. haven’t arrived 

D. not arriving

Câu 5:

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to tát indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

He was suspected to tát have stolen credit cards. The police have investigated him for days.

A. He has been investigated for days, suspected to tát have stolen credit cards

B. Suspecting to tát have stolen credit cards, he has been investigated for days

C. Having suspected to tát have stolen credit cards, he has been investigated for days

D. Suspected to tát have stolen credit cards, he has been investigated for days

Câu 6:

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to tát indicate the correct answer to tát each of the questions from 35 to tát 42.

Henry is the undisputed star of Dronfield School near Sheffield. Whatever the achievements of other members of the comprehensive school, it is Henry, with his soulful eyes and glossy hair, who has hogged the limelight, appearing on television in Britain and abroad. Yet despite all the public adulationHenry stirs up no envy or resentment among the 2000 students – in fact, they all adore him. The dog, who first arrived six months ago, is a super dog, who has improved students' behaviour and encouraged more students to tát focus on their academic achievement.

Andrew Wainwright, a student at Dronfield School, says there is something magical and calming about being able to tát interact with Henry during his time at the school's catch-up classes, and that if he falls behind, that opportunity will be denied. Even doubting staff have finally been won round. Perhaps that is because Henry, who lies on the floor during staff meetings, has also had a calming effect on them.

It was Andrew's teacher, Wendy Brown and the school counsellor, Julie Smart, who first proposed buying a school dog. "Julie and I were talking one day about how looking after dogs can positively affect children's conduct," says Brown. "We did some research and discovered that the presence of pets has been shown to tát be therapeutic. A number of studies have shown that animals improve recovery after surgery or illness and have a calming influence on people in a lot of settings. Some of my kids can be a handful and some of the children Julie counsels have terrible problems."

Could the school dog become a craze? Other schools such as the Mulberry Bush, a primary school for children with behavioural problems, have stepped forward to tát point out they already have one. Rosie Johnston, a Mulberry staff thành viên has been bringing her golden retriever, Muskoka, into school for three years. Apart from being a calming influence, Muskoka even plays his part in literacy lessons. Children at the school can be too shy to tát read to tát adults ví they read to tát Muskoka. "Their anxiety about mispronouncing something or getting the words in the wrong order is reduced when they read to tát him," says Johnston.

Psychologist Dr Deborah Wells from Queen's University Belfast specialises in animal-human interaction. She believes that the underlying key to tát the Henry effect is that dogs offer unconditional love and that cheers up adults and children and helps with self-esteem. But traditionalist Chris Woodhead, the former chief inspector of schools says, "I don't see why a teacher cannot create a positive learning environment through the subject they teach and their personality. Dogs strike bầm as a bit of a publicity stunt. It's the kind of sentimental story journalists love." Despite this sentiment, Henry remains as popular as ever.

Which of the following is implied in the passage?

A. Rosie Johnston is more experienced kêu ca Wendy Brown in working with animals

B. Wendy Brown and Julie Smart are dedicated animal rights activists who wish to tát get their message across to tát young people

C. Interaction with Henry is used to tát boost students' learning motivation at Dronfield School

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D. Administrators at Dronfield School are skeptical as to tát whether Henry's companion will benefit their students