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Trương Văn Ánh
Trường Đại học Sài Gòn
I- Structure: (cấu trúc)
Xét về mặt cấu trúc, bài tập ghép đôi có thể ở dạng:
- Từ
- Cụm từ
- Câu
- Đoạn văn.
- Biển hiệu

II- Type: (Loại)
Về loại, bài tập ghép đôi bao gồm:
- Synonym: (đồng nghĩa) những từ cùng nghĩa hoặc gần nghĩa.
- Antonym: (Phản nghĩa) những từ có nghĩa trái ngược nhau.
- Paphrasing/transformation: (diễn nghĩa/ biến đổi câu): Hai câu có cấu trúc khác nhau nhưng có cùng nghĩa.

- Corresponding sentences: Hai câu có ý nghĩa tương ứng nhau.
- Developing an idea: (Phát triển một ý) Một ý được diễn giải rộng ra, đôi khi có thể định nghĩa một ý.
- Ideas relating to ideas: (Ý liên quan đến ý) Thí sinh được yêu cầu ghép các ý có liên quan với nhau. Thí dụ như lúa gạo liên quan đến nông nghiệp, xe cộ liên quan đến giao thông.

Match the words that mean the opposite.
Column A Column B
1. already a. easy
2. large b. cold
3. toward c. not yet
4. enemy d. northern
5. difficult e. small
6. hate f. friend
7. cheap g. each other 8. collect h. away from
9. heat i. Pass out
10. southern j. wood
k. expensive
l. love

Match the words that mean the opposite.
Column A Column B
1. usually a. east
2. thin b. earn
3. holiday c. century
4. different d. never
5. during e. fat
6. store f. work day
7. west g. throw away
8. all over h. after
9. spend i. Nowhere
10. warm j. slave
11. somebody k. same
l. cool
m. popular
n. nobody

Match the words that mean the opposite.
Column A Column B
1. higher a. right side up
2. cleaner b. across
3. child c. a lot
4. began d. lower
5. over e. stopped
6. wet f. together
7. upside down g. wonderful
8. more h. under
9. future i. Middle
10. alone j. past
11. a few k. dirtier
12. terrible l. less
m. adult
n. dry

Match the words that mean the opposite.
Column A Column B
1. arrive a. set
2. safe b. fewer
3. inside c. find
4. rise d. leave
5. start e. outside
6. dead f. dangerous
7. lose g. great
8. higher h. lower
9. more i. Stop
10. somebody j. yearly
k. alive
l. nobody

Match the words that mean the same.
Column A Column B
1. gift a. maybe
2. pleased b. between
3. great c. think
4. among d. ruler
5. leader e. shave
6. completely f. wonderful
7. fewer g. sled
8. pretty h. present
9. suppose i. Cows
10. perhaps j. less
11. cattle k. glad
l. all
m. beautiful

Match the sentence in (I) with the appropriate response in (II).
(Mr. Richarch is calling the receptionist from his room at Hotel.)
(I) Receptionist:
a) May I help you?
b) What time would you like to leave?
c) Would you like me to book you a ticket?
d) May I have your name, please?
e) Let me check the train timetable … Will 6.45 be all right?
f) You can collect your ticket at the reception, just before you leave.
g) Goodbye, sir.

(II) Mr. Richard Klein:
A. Early in the morning, if possible.
B. Yes, please.
C. At the reception? OK. I’ll see you before breakfast. Thank you very much.
D. Yes, I’m going to travel to Ho Chi Minh city by train on Saturday.
E. Yes, that’ll be fine.
F. Richard Klein. K-L-E-I-N.

Read the following sentences about the different forms of energy available. Match the sentences in Part One with the correct sentences in Part Two and write the correct letter in each box.
Part One
1. H Muscles and wood were the first sources of energy used by early man.
2. ___ Coal made the Industrial Revolution in the nineteenth century possible.
3. ___ Today we depend on oil more than any other fuel.

4. ___ Gas is considered as a “mineral” because, together with coal, it is part of the earth’s crust.
5. ___ Hydroelectric power is used to produce electricity.
6. ___ Geothermal energy is produced from the heat stored in the earth’s core.
7. ___ The wind was used as a power source over 1,300 years ago in Persia when the first windmill was built to turn a millstone.

8. ___ Waves have enormous power.
9. ___ Incoming tides can be trapped behind a dam across a bay or an estuary.
10 ___ A huge amount of solar energy reaches the earth’s outer atmosphere.
11. ___ Nuclear fuels, such as uranium-235 and plutonium, can be made to produce immense heat by a process called “fission”.

Part Two
A Like oil, it is a fossil fuel and is thus a non-renewable source of energy.
B One danger, however, is in getting rid of the radioactive wastes which are produced.
C They increase and decrease more slowly than the wind, thus making them easier to use as a source of energy.
D It was the first fossil fuel to be used to power machinery.
E However, it is thinly spread, and collecting it in countries like Britain and northern Europe is still difficult and expensive.

F It is used as fuel in cars, ships and aeroplanes, and even in rockets.
G It is produced by the fall of water trapped in a dam.
H It took thousands of years to progress to using coal on a large scale.
I This internal heat helps to produce geysers and steam springs and can be used to generate electricity in countries like New Zealand
J The water is then allowed to flow out past water as the tide goes out.
K For modern purposes, however, it is necessary to build a machine which can store the energy obtained for use on calm days.

Read the following questions and answers from an insurance form. Match the questions with the appropriate answers and write the correct letter in each box.
1 D Where can your car be inspected during normal working hours?
2 __ Who do you think was responsible for the accident?
3 __ Would it be possible for you to take photographs of the place of the accident, showing what you could see at the time?

4 __ Were the police involved? If so, could you inform us of the name and number of the police officer and the police station from which he/she came?
5 __ Were you injured at all? If so, please give us the fullest details, even if the injuries were minor.
6 __ Was it necessary for you or anyone else involved in the accident to receive hospital treatment?
7 __ Have you fully recovered from your injuries?

8 __ Are the passengers in your car claiming compensation?
9 __ Did you lose any time off work?
10 __ Did you lose any earnings? If so, why did you lose them?
11 __ How long were you without your car and how much inconvenience did this cause?

A It was necessary for me to stay at home for three days.
B I was thrown out of the car and received cuts on my face. My right wrist was badly sprained.
C Five weeks. I had to spend approximately £60 on taxi fare and wasted considerable time in traveling to and from work by bus (having to change buses three times on each journey from my home to work).

D Eastern Export Company, 31 Seaview Road, Calton.
E My injuries were treated in the Casualty Department of Rosehurst Hospital but I was not admitted. However, my brother, who was a passenger, was admitted to hospital with back injuries and a broken arm.
F Yes, I have
G I regret that I do not have a camera.

H My brother intends to make a claim.
I The driver of the oncoming car. You will note from my previous accident report that he overtook a lorry on a ben3d.
J Yes, PC Richard Lime, 40296. West Shenton Police Station.
K Yes. Four days’ wages were deducted from my monthly salary as a result of my inability to use my injured hand to write.

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