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BÀI TẬP CÂU ĐẢO NG

Exercise 1: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. Not only .

    1. he refused to help me but he also made fun of me

    2. did he refuse to help me but he made fun of me also

    3. did he refuse to help me but he also made fun of me

    4. he did refuse to help me but also made fun of me

  2. had she opened the cupboard door than she stood in front of it petrified.

    1. No sooner B. As soon as C. Hardly D. The fact

  3. with enough life-boats she wouldn’t have caused so heavy casualties.

    1. Were the Titanic to be equipped B. The Titanic were to be equipped

C. The Titanic was to be equipped D. Had the Titanic been equipped

  1. It was not until the doctors asked him to comment on his death recognized their craziness.

    1. when he B. and he C. that he D. he

  2. George would certainly have attended the meeting .

    1. if he didn’t get a flat tire B. if the flat tire hadn’t happened

C. had he not had a flat tire D. had the tire not flattened itself

  1. received law degrees as today.

    1. Never so many women have B. Never have so many women

C. The women aren’t ever D. Women who have never
7 . during his dinner with us.

  1. Not did my grandfather say a single word

  2. Not said a single word did my grandfather

  3. Not my grandfather said a single word

  4. Not a single word did my grandfather say

  1. There is no water on the moon, nor an atmosphere around it.

    1. there is B. it is C. there is not D. is there

9 the work when his wife came in with two policemen.

  1. Had he hardly finished B. Had hardly he finished

C. Hardly he had finished D. Hardly had he finished

  1. Not until the first land plants developed .

    1. land animals appeared B. did land animals appear

C. would land animals appear D. the land animals appeared
Exercise 2: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. Not only in the field of psychology but animal behavior is examined as well.

    1. is studied human behaviour B. is human behavior studied

C. did human behavior study D. human behavior studied

  1. It was not until she had arrived home remembered her appointment with the doctor.

    1. when she B. thatshe C. and she D. she

  2. Not until a student has mastered algebra the principles of geometry, trigonometry, and physics.

    1. he can begin to understand B. can he begin to understand

C. he begins to understand D. that he can begin to understand

  1. they go to the theatre.

    1. Only on rare occasions B. Only on rare occasions do

C. On rare occasions only D. Only do on rare occasions

  1. . pleased with himself.

    1. Only after John received the first prize was he

    2. Only after John received the first prize he was

    3. After John received the first prize only was he

    4. After John received the first prize only he was

  2. the lights went out.

    1. Hardly had the performance begun when

    2. Hardly the performance had begun when did

    3. Hardly had the performance begun than

    4. Hardly the performance had begun than did


7 . visited her.

  1. Had I known she was sick, I would have

  2. No sooner had I known she was sick, I would have

  3. No sooner had I known she was sick than I

  4. Hardly had I known she was sick when I

  1. I would give a party.

    1. Were she to come next month B. She were to come next month

C. She comes next month D. She would come next month

  1. more help, I could call my neighbour.

    1. Needed B. Should I need C. I have needed D. I should need

  2. my father sat down for lunch when there was a knock at the door.

    1. Hardly had B. No sooner had

C. At no time had D. Never before had
Exercise 3: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. the book, please return it to me.

    1. Should you find B. Will you be finding

C. will you find D. Will you have found

  1. graduated from college.

    1. Nowhere does he found a job after he had

    2. Nowhere did he find a job after he had

    3. Not anywhere did he find a job after had he

    4. Nowhere did he find a job after had he

  2. he sold the house.

    1. Hardly did he have time to settle down when

    2. Hardly has he had time to settle down when

    3. No sooner had he had time to settle down when

    4. No sooner had he had time to settle down than

  3. lost all his clothes.

    1. Before arriving in New York had he spent all his money and

    2. No sooner had he arrived in New York than had he spent all his money

    3. Not only had he spent all his money before arriving in New York but he also

    4. Not only had he spent all his money before arriving in New York but had he also

  4. to speak to his wife about his ex-girlfriend!

    1. Never has he again dared B. Never again has hedared

C. Again never has he dared D. Never again did hehave dare

  1. . to say too much about oneself.

    1. Seldom does it wise B. Seldom is it wise

C. Seldom wise it is D. Seldom wise is it


  1. Not until .

    1. I approached the flat did I realize that it was completely empty

    2. did I approach the flat that I realized it was completely empty

    3. I approached the flat that I realized completely was it empty

    4. did I approach the flat I realized that it was completely empty

  2. most of the soldiers gave up!

    1. So was the exercise difficult that

    2. So difficult was the exercise that

    3. So was the exercise difficult that did

    4. So difficult was the exercise that did .

  3. be impolite to our parents,

    1. Not in any circumstances should we

    2. In any circumstances shouldn’t we

    3. in no circumstances should we

    4. No circumstances permit us to

  4. send the telegram.

    1. No sooner the train should be delayed shall I

    2. No sooner should the train be delayed than shall I

    3. Should the train be delayed, I shall

    4. Should the train is delayed shall I
Exercise 4: Choose the sentence that best rewrites the original one.

  1. John certainly can’t be held responsible for the accident.

    1. In no way can John be held responsible for the accident.

    2. Certainly can’t John be held responsible for the accident.

    3. For any reason can John not be held responsible for the accident.

    4. On no account can John not be held responsible for the accident.

  2. The police didn’t at all suspect that the judge was the murderer.

    1. At all didn’t the police suspect that the judge was the murderer.

    2. Little did the police suspect that the judge was the murderer.

    3. Seldom did the police at all suspect that the judge was the murderer.

    4. Never before suspected the police that the judge was the murderer.

  3. You won’t find fossils like this anywhere else.

    1. Nowhere else will you find fossils like this.

    2. Nowhere will you find fossils like this else.

    3. Anywhere else won’t you find fossils like this.

    4. Anywhere will you not find fossils like this else.

  4. The money is not to be paid under any circumstances.

    1. Under no circumstances is the money not to be paid




    1. Under any circumstances isn’t the money to be paid

    2. In any circumstances is the money not to be paid

    3. In no circumstances is the money to be paid

  1. The demand for the tickets was so great that people queued day and night.

    1. So great the demand for the tickets was that people queued day and night.

    2. Such was the demand for the tickets that peoplequeuedday and night.

    3. So great was the demand for the tickets that people queued day andnight.

    4. Such great was demand for the tickets that people queued day and night.

  2. Just after the play started there was a power failure.

    1. Hardly did the play start then there was a power failure.

    2. Hardly had the play started when there was a power failure.

    3. No earlier had the play started than there was a power failure.

    4. No sooner did the play start before there was a power failure.

  3. Harry broke his leg, and also injured his shoulder.

    1. Not only did Harry break his leg but he also injured his shoulder.

    2. Not only Harry broke his leg but also did he injure his shoulder,

    3. Harry broke his leg and also did he injure his shoulder.

    4. Also injured his shoulder did Harry break his leg.

  4. The way so much money has been spent to so little purpose must be a record.

    1. Never before so much money has been spent to so little purpose must a record be.

    2. So much money has been spent to so little purpose must be a record,

    3. So little must purpose be that so much money has been spent.

    4. Never before has so much money been spent to so little purpose.

  5. It was only when the office phoned me that I found out about the meeting.

    1. Not until did the office phone me did I find out about the meeting.

    2. Not until the office phoned me did I find out about the meeting,

    3. Only the office phoned me did I find out about the meeting.

    4. Only after did the office phone me that I found out about the meeting.

  6. He never suspected that she was a witch.

    1. At no time did he suspect that she was a witch.

    2. Never did he suspect that a witch she was.

    3. Never a witch did he suspect that she was.

    4. No before did he suspect was she a witch.
Exercise 5: Choose the sentence that best rewrites the original one.

  1. I shall never forget her in my life.

    1. Never I shall forget her in my life.

    2. Never in my life shall I forget her.

    3. Never forget her in my life shall I.




    1. Never in my life I shall forget her.

  1. She was so nice that many people wanted to make friends with her.

    1. So nice was she that many people wanted to make friends with her.

    2. So nice she was that many people wanted to make friends with her.

    3. Such a nice girl she was that many people wanted to make friends with her.

    4. Such nice a girl was she that many people wanted to make friends with her.

  2. I can finish this work on time only if you help me.

    1. Only if you help me I can finish this work on time.

    2. I can finish this work on time do you help me only if.

    3. Only if you help me can I finish this work on time.

    4. This work can be finished on time only if do you help me.

  3. As soon as I got into the bath, someone knocked at the door.

    1. As soon as had I got into the bath that someone knocked at the door.

    2. Hardly I had got into the bath when did someone knock at the door,

    3. No sooner had I got into the bath than someone knocked at the door.

    4. Barely did I get into the bath before someone had knocked at the door.

  4. If you need money, go to the banks before 4.30 pm.

    1. Need you money, go to the banks before 4.30 pm.

    2. Will you need money, go to the banks before 4.30 pm.

    3. You can go to the banks before 4.30 pm unless you need money.

    4. Go to the banks before 4.30 pm should you need money.

  5. She is not only beautiful but also can study very well.

    1. Not only she is beautiful but can she also study very well.

    2. Not only is she beautiful but she can also study very well,

    3. Not only beautiful she is but also can she study very well.

    4. Not only beautiful is she but she also can study very well.

  6. If they had asked, I would have had to tell them.

    1. I would have had to tell them had they asked.

    2. I would have had to tell them would they have asked,

    3. Did they ask, I would have had to tell them.

    4. Would I have had to tell them if they had asked

  7. Paul hardly ever opens his mouth at the staff meeting.

    1. Hardly ever Paul opens his mouth at the staff meeting.

    2. Hardly ever does Paul open his mouth at the staff meeting,

    3. At the staff meeting does Paul hardly ever open his mouth.

    4. Ever hardly Paul does open his mouth at the staff meeting.

  8. If Mr. Mills were still the headmaster, he wouldn’t permit such bad behaviour.

    1. Would he not permit such bad behavior if Mr. Mills were still the headmaster.




    1. Did Mr. Mills be still the headmaster, he wouldn’t permit such bad behaviour,

    2. Were Mr. Mills still the headmaster, he wouldn’t permit such bad behaviour.

    3. Should Mr. Mills have been the headmaster, he wouldn’t permit such bad behaviour.

  1. It was only when I heard the full story that I realized I had been taken in.

    1. Only when did I hear the full story that I realized I had been taken in.

    2. Only when did I hear the full story did I realize that I had been taken in.

    3. Only when I heard the full story that I realized had I been taken in.

    4. Only when I heard the full story did I realize that I had been taken in.
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