4. The accident happened because he drove_________ (carelessly/ carefully)
5. The book_________is on the table belongs to my brother. (Which/ whose)
6. My sister is very fond__________________eating chocolate candy. (of/ about)
7. He laughed___________when he was watching "Tom and Jerry" on TV. (happily/ happiness)
8. Air__________is one of the problems that people have deal to with. (pollution/ polluted)
PHẦN C. ĐỌC HIỂU (2.5 điểm)
I. Đọc và chọn một từ thích hợp đã cho trong khung điền vào mỗi chổ trống để hoàn thành đoạn văn sau.
clean | live | lots | are | for | beautiful
Singapore is an island city of about three million people. It's a beautiful city with lots of parks and open spaces. It's also a very (1)______ city.
Most of the people (2)______ in high-rise flats in different parts of the island. The business district is very modern with (3)______ of high new office buildings. Singapore also has some nice older sections. In Chinatown, there (4)______ rows of old shop houses. The government buildings in Singapore are very (5) ______ and date from the colonial days.
Singapore is famous (6)______ its shops and restaurants. There are many good shopping centers. Most of the goods are duty free. Singapore's restaurants sell Chinese, Indian, Malay and European food, and the prices are quite reasonable.
II. Đọc đoạn văn sau và trả lời câu hỏi.
Alexander Fleming was born in 1881 in Scotland. He went to a small school in a village, and when he left school he didn't go to university. He worked for five years in an office. But his brother, Tom, was a doctor and helped Fleming to go to university and study medicine. So he went to London University and in 1906 he became a doctor. In 1915, Fleming married Sarah McElroy, an Irish woman. They had one son. During the First World War, many soldiers died in hospital because they didn't have the right medicines. So after the war, Fleming tried to find a drug that could help them. He worked for many years and in 1928 he discovered a new drug and he called it "penicillin". He later worked with an Australian and a German scientist to develop a drug that doctors could use. In 1945, they won the Nobel Prize in medicine for their work on penicillin.