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Các Dạng Bài Đọc Tiếng Anh 9
Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau và chọn phương án trả lời đúng (ứng với A, B, C hoặc D)
The large movement of the earth under the water causes a very large and powerful tsunami. The tsunami was called the Asian tsunami in the most of the world. It was called the Boxing Day Tsunami in England, Australia, South Africa and Canada because it happened on the holiday they call Boxing Day. The Tsunami causes a lot of damage to countries such as the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. Waves as high as 30m killed many people and damaged or destroyed a lot of buildings and other property. Over 225,000 people died or were not found after the Tsunami. The wave traveled as far as South Africa (8000km) where as many as 8 people died because of high water cause by the wave. Because of how much damage was caused and the number of people the earthquake affected, over US$7 billion was donated to help the survivors and to rebuild the areas damaged.
1. Why was the tsunami called the Boxing Day Tsunami in England?
A. Because it happened when people were boxing.
B. Because it happened when people were collecting boxes
C. Because it happened on Boxing Day
D. Because it destroyed a lot of boxes
2. How high were the waves?
A. Thirteen meters
B. Eighteen meters
C. Thirty meters
D. Two hundred and twenty-five meters
3. What were some people in South Africa killed by?
B. High water
C. High wind
4. What does the word “survivors’ in line 11 mean?
A. houses that aren’t destroyed
B. offices that are being built.
C. people that are dead
D. people that are left alive
5. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. Only in Asia the tsunami was called Asian Tsunami.
B. The tsunami caused a lot of damage to Indonesia.
C. Many people died because of the high waves
D. A lot of money was raised to help people
To do well at school, college or university you usually need to do well in exams. “All students hate exams” may be a generalization, but it is fairly true one. Certainly, all of the students I’ve known disliked doing exams, None of them thought that the exam system was fair; to do well in a exam you simply had to be able to predict the questions which would be asked, This was the case as regards tow students in my class at college. Both of them were exceptionally bright, but in the final year “exam” neither of them got an a grade. In fact, they both got Cs. The exam had tested us on questions which had come up the previous year. They had both assumed that the same questions wouldn’t come up again, and hadn’t prepared for them.
1. Students need to do well in exams_________.
A. in order to do well at school.
B. because they need to do well at school.
C. so that to do well at school
D. therefore(bởi vậy) they have to do well at school.
2. The statement “All students hate exams” is_________.
A. extremely(cực kỳ) true
B. completely true
C. quite true
D. very true
3. Which of the following sentence is NOT true?
A. All of the students the writer has known thought that the exam system was unfair.
B. To do well in an exam you simply had the ability to predict the questions which would be asked.
C. None of the students the writer has known disliked doing exams.
D. “All students hate exams” is fairly true generalization.(khái quát)
4. Why did the two students in the writer’s class get C grades in the final exam?
A. Because the exam was really difficult
B. Because they didn’t prepare for the questions that had come up the previous year.
C. Because they were dull students.
D. Because the questions were not in their lessons.
5. The writer‘s main purpose of writing the passage is to_________.
A. describe the importance of exams
B. discuss how exams affect on the students.
C. explain the equality(bình đẳng) in examinations.
D. criticize the exam system.(phê bình,chỉ trích)
In Western countries, electricity, gas, and water (36) …………not luxuries but necessities. Companies now realize that consumers want products that will not only work effectively, (37)………also save money.
For most North American households, lighting accounts (38)………10 percent to15 percent of the electricity bill. (39)……, this amount can be reduced by replacing an ordinary 100-watt light bulb with an energy-saving bulb. These bulbs use a quarter of the electricity of standard bulb and last eight times longer. Therefore consumers can save about US$7 to US$21 per bulb. In Europe, there is a labeling scheme for refrigerator, freezers, washing machines and tumble dryers. The label tells the consumers (40)……. energy efficiency each model has, compared with other appliances in the same category.
36.A. is B. were C. was D. are
37.A. and B. as C. so D. but
38.A. as B. on C. with D. for
39.A. However B. Even though C. Although D. Therefore
40. A. how much B. how many C. how D. what
Tropical rain forests are found in Amazon region of South America, central America, Africa, South and South east Asia. Rain forests are very important to the world’s climate. The Amazon rain forests alone receive about 30 to 40 percent of the total rainfall on the earth and produce about the same percentage of the world’s oxigen. Some scientists believe that the decrease size of rain forests will affect the climate on the earth, making it uncomfortable or even dangerous for life. Saving our rain forests is an international problem. One country, or even a few countries can not solve the problem alone. The nations of the world must work together to find a solution before it is too late.
1. Where are the rain forests found ?
2 . How much percent of the world’s oxygen do the Amazon rain forests produce?
3 . How will the decreasing size of rain forests affect the climate on the earth ?
4 . Is saving our rain forests only a national problem ?
True or False:
Indonesia is an island nation in Southeast Asia. Its official name is the Republic of Indonesia. It is a member country of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). The country’s total area is 1,904,443 sq km. Like Vietnam and other countries in Southeast Asia, Indonesia enjoys tropical climate. The rupiah is the official monetary unit of Indonesia, consisting of 100 sen.
The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta and it is also the largest city in the country. Other big cities are Bandung, Surabaya, Medan, Palembang… The population in 2004 was about 238,500,000. Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous country after China, India, and the United States. Islam, which is over eighty per cent of the population practice, is the country’s official religion. In addition, there are other religions such as Protestantism, Catholicism, Buddhism, Hinduism…
The national language is Bahasa Indonesia, which is a modified form of Malay. Besides, about 300 other languages and dialects are spoken. English is increasingly used as the language of business.
1. Indonesia is located in Southeast Asia. _____
2. All the countries in Southeast Asia enjoy tropical climate. _____
3. Islam is the only official religion in Indonesia. _____
4. There are more people in Indonesia than in the USA. _____
5. Indonesia is one of the countries of ASEAN. _____
6. The Indonesian unit of currency is sen. _____
7. Islam is the most common religion in Indonesia. _____
8. Bahasa Indonesia is the only language spoken in Indonesia. _____
Bài Đọc Tiếng Anh 9 Unit 1
Bài 1. Read the passage and fill in each blank with the correct form of the verbs from the box.
fear – performing – material – However – imported
Marble Mountains is a group of five smaller mountains representing Metal, Wood, Water, Fire and Earth. It is also a travel itinerary linking Da Nang City to the ancient town of Hoi An and Hue City. As the name suggests the Marble Mountains used to be a place providing input (1)_________for craftsmen in the village, but the local government banned marble exploitation (2)_________that the five mountains could disappear.
Most of the marble for the village now comes from northern provinces such as Ninh Binh, Thanh Hoa and Thai Nguyen. As a further step to diversify products, the marble fine arts village has (3)_________ marble from Pakistan.
As far as I know, the man who brought marble craftsmanship to the region came from Thanh Hoa, and most craftsmen in the village had handed down the craft from generation to generation. There are some 3,000 handicraft workers in Non Nuoc village. (4)_________, there are only 70 skillful craftsmen who can blow souls into marble sculptures after other workers have finished shaping the Products.
In the shops along the highway, you can see different marble products in all shapes and sizes, from contemporary works to religious sculptures. And of course you will have a chance to see craftsmen (5)_________ their art and turning soulless marble into sophisticated sculpture products.
Bài 2. Read the following passage and choose the best option for each blank.
Many visitors come to Tatter bridge to see the wonderful art (1) ____ and museums, the beautiful buildings and the fantastic parks. Few people go outside the city, and so they miss out on (2) _____ the scenery and the fascinating history of this beautiful area. This brochure will tell you what you can see if you (3)______ a short bus ride out of the city.
The beautiful village of Tatter bridge was (4) _____ to the children’s writer Jane Potter, whose stories of Benjamin Bear (5) _____ loved by adults and children around the world. Jane Potter’s home is now a museum and tea shop, and is well (6) ______ a visit just for its wonderful gardens. It also has a gift shop where you can buy (7)______ and books. Tatter bridge has a number of interesting shops (8) _____ an excellent cake shop, and ‘Wendy’s Giftshop’ where you can find lots of unusual gifts made (9) ______ hand by local artists. Lovers of Jane Potter’s books should also walk to the Green Valley woods, which have not changed since Jane Potter (10) _____ her stories there one hundred years ago.
1. A. Workshops B. galleries C. restaurants D. stations
2. A. Understanding B. questioning C. welcoming D. experiencing
3. A. Bring B.take C. drive D. sail
4. A. Home B. school C. shop D. cottage
5. A. Be B. have C. are D. been
6. A. Excited B. worth C. value D. known
7. A. Souvenirs B. materials C. costumes D. vegetables
8. A. Purchasing B. advertising C. preserving D. including
9. A. At B. with C. by D. in
10. A. Wrote B. designed C. moulded D. carved
Bài 3. Read the passage, and do the tasks that follow.
Bat Trang Pottery Village
Bat Trang, a traditional porcelain and pottery village with history of seven centuries, is an interesting attraction in Ha Noi that tourists should not ignore.
Located in an area rich in clay, the village has advantage of ingredients to create fine ceramics. Moreover, lying beside the Red River, between Thang Long and Pho Hien, two ancient trade centers in the north of Viet Nam during the 15th -17th centuries. Bat Trang’s ceramics were favourite products not only in the domesticmarket, but also foreign ones thanks to Japanese, Chinese and Western trading boats that passed by.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, due to restricting foreign trade policy of Trinh, Nguyen dynasties, it was difficult for pottery products in Viet Nam to be exported to foreign countries, and some famous pottery-making villages like Bat Trang, or Chu Dau (Hai Duong province) went through a hard time. Since 1986, thanks to economic reforms and development, more attention has been paid to the village and the world gets a chance to know more about Vietnamese porcelain through many high quality exported Bat Trang’s ceramic products.
Bat Trang ceramics are produced for daily household use (bows,cups, plates, pots, bottles…), worshipping, or decoration purposes. Nowadays, the pottery artists bring into ceramics many innovations in production techniques, and creativity in products’ features, so many new products have been made, and even daily household items may have the beauty like decoration ones.
Visiting Bat Trang, tourists can visit Bat Trang Porcelain and Pottery Market where they can directly make pottery products by themselves. Many youngsters and foreign tourists are interested in this pottery-making experience, and spend a whole day in the market making a souvenir for their families or friends.
Task 1: Match a word in column A with its definition in column B, writing the answer in each blank.
|1. rich||A. of or inside a particular country|
|2. domestic||B. limiting a certain activity|
|3. restricting||C. new ideas or methods|
|4. innovations||D. containing a lot of something|
Task 2: Read the passage again, and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).
Question 1: Bat Trang pottery has been developed since the 7th century.A. True
Question 2: Bat Trang’s pottery products were exported to foreign markets during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Question 3: Its location beside the Red River has provided an enormous source of fine clay as ingredient for pottery making.
Question 4: Many Japanese, Chinese and Western trading boats came to Pho Hien during the 15th and 17th centuries.
Question 5: Artisans in Bat Trang village have always kept the traditions without any changes.
Bài 4. Read the text and do the task below.
Last year I visited the Somerset Levels, a coastal plain and wetland area in Somerset, South West England. This area is home to one of Somerset’s oldest traditional crafts – willow basket making. Basket making began in the area a long time ago. At the beginning of the 19th century, more than three thousand acres of willow trees were planted commercially there because the area provided an excellent natural habitat for their cultivation. I’d seen willow baskets before I visited the Levels, but I was still amazed at the numerous products created by the basket makers there. They make lobster pots, bread trays, and even passenger baskets for hot air balloons. Although the arrival of plastics in the 1950s caused the basket making industry to decline, willow growing and basket making have continued to play a significant role in Somerset’s rural economy. Willow growers and basket makers have dealt with this challenge by finding new markets and innovative ways of using willow. They make willow charcoal for artists and bower seats for gardens. Some even weave willow coffins. Therefore, people here can still live on the craft that their great-grandparents passed down to them.
Decide T (true)/ F (false) for each statement.
Question 1: Willow basket making is the oldest traditional craft in Somerset.
Question 2: Willows can grow well in the area because of its favourable natural conditions.
Question 3: The presence of plastic products did not affect the growth of the basket making industry in the area in the 1950s.
Question 4: Basket making does not play an important role in the area now.
Question 5: Willow growers and basket makers have found new ways to promote their industry.
Question 6: Basket makers can live on their craft nowadays.
Bài Đọc Tiếng Anh 9 Unit 2
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
City planners have claimed trees (1)…… an important role in an urban environment. Children (2)…….. close to nature have better health, while walking in parks helps reduce blood pressure, stress and obesity. The problem is to select the right trees and (3)…… them.
Ha Noi is considered one of the greenest cities in Viet Nam thanks to its beautiful and precious trees. Ancient trees in Ha Noi are frequently (4)……. in poems. Each street can be (5)……… by a tree. To local residents, the hundred-year old trees that line the streets are more than just beautiful, they are part of the city’s identity.
Due to the treasured place the trees have in the (6)………… of the local residents, Hanoians seem to have a lot of concern when construction workers chop them (7)………. Workers get away with digging around the trees without much care, and even (8)………. the trees without enough earth to grow – making them vulnerable to storms.
To (9)……… with the problem, Ha Noi’s authorities have started a project of replanting trees: each of the capital’s streets will be planted with two or three sorts of trees. Moreover, more people should be made (10)…… of the importance of protecting trees in communities.
1. A. act B. play C. enjoy D. perform
2. A. grow up B. grown up C. growing up D. being grown up
3. A. maintain B. service C. provide D. care
4. A. referred B. indicated C. spoken D. mentioned
5. A. described B. presented C. expressed D. explained
6. A. brain B. place C. centre D. heart
7. A. away B. off C. down D. Ø
8. A. leave B. remain C. cause D. have
9. A. solve B. come up C. deal D. agree
10. A. understood B. aware C. capable D. know
Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.
Recently, we made a trip to visit Dong Ho village with a desire to meet the old artisan – Nguyen Huu Sam. Just when we arrived villagers at the dyke in the village and talked with the villagers about the artisan, they immediately told us about him.
The old house owned by the artisan is situated in a long alley of the village. On the walls of the house there are many folk paintings in different genres, from daily life paintings to landscape paintings shown in a set of “four seasons”.
Mr. Sam told us about his past. When he was three years old, he was instructed in the craft of making Dong Ho paintings by his father. At five, he could help his father apply the Dong Ho paintings, and learn how to print the paper with proper colours. At seven, he was able to draw with a pen and make the most difficult samples. Years went by and the soul of Dong Ho folk paintings has kept seashell powder paint to the poonah-paper.
In the 1940s, this craft flourished. At that time, he was assigned by his parents to take the paintings to the market for sale. Mr. Sam said that 17 families in the village have been engaged in making Dong Ho paintings.
Artisan Sam has always been devoted to the making of Dong Ho paintings and has waited for opportunities to restore this traditional craft. In 1967, when the local authorities assigned him to restore the traditional genre of Dong Ho folk paintings, he gathered 50 villagers with professional skills and collected hundreds of woodblocks to establish the Dong Ho Painting Cooperative. Thanks to his efforts, such famous painting as “Rat’s wedding”, “Rooster”, “Scene of jealousy” and “Writing verses about precious flowers” have been revived. Dong Ho paintings have been available in many parts of the world such as Japan, France, Germany, Singapore and the United States.
1. The themes of Dong Ho paintings are about ………..
C. various aspects of life
D. animals and flowers
2. In order to make Dong Ho paintings, we need seashell powder paint, the poonah-paper and ………
A. proper colours
3. From paragraph 3, we can infer that when Mr. Sam was very young, he mostly helped his parents by…….
A. applying the woodblocks with proper paints and pressing them on sheets of paper
B. applying seashell powder to make various paints for painting making
C. drawing with a pen and using proper paints to make many copies of paintings
D. collecting and taking the paintings to the market for sale
4. All of the following can be inferred about the artisan – Mr. Sam – EXCEPT that ………..
A. he is popular in the village
B. he could paint when he was three
C. he keeps a collection of Dong Ho paintings in his house
D. the local authorities tried to revive the traditional genre
5. In the writer’s opinions, the future of Dong Ho paintings is ………..
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