ENGLISH 7: UNIT 7: GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY

UNIT 7: TRAFFIC

GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY

I.Underline the correct word in each sentence.

  1. My exam results were a little disappointed / disappointing.
  2. It was not surprised/ surprising she failed her tests. She never studied.
  3. The children were almost exhausted/ exhausting after a long trip.
  4. Did you see the magician? He was amazed/ amazing!
  5. My brother had an accident so I am very worried/ worrying now.
  6. When we visited that abandoned house it was depressed/ depressing.
  7. You look really tired/ tiring. Why don’t you go to bed?
  8. Sit down. I’ve got some very excited/ exciting news for you.
  9. He’s got a very annoyed/ annoying habit of always interrupting people.
  10. That films is not amused/ amusing despite being a comedy.

II.Fill in each gap with the suitable form of the adjective from the word given.

  1. We were ………………………by the ghost film that we couldn’t sleep last night.                         (terrify)
  2. It was so……………………….of the meeting that I didn’t remember anything about it.              (bore)
  3. When we broke the vase, we felt very………………………                                                                  (embarrass)
  4. Is the book you are reading very……………………….…..?                                                                  (interest)
  5. The new James Bond film is really……………………….                                                                      (thrill)
  6. We were………………..…………that she hadn’t heard the news.                                                        (surprise)
  7. I nearly fell asleep in the cinema. The film was so …………………..………..                                     (bore)
  8. Can you tell me where that…………………..………noise comes from?                                               (annoy)
  9. The students were……………………….……..the weather wasn’t good yesterday.                            (disappoint)
  10. My brother is very…………………………by my old toys.                                                                       (fascinate)

III. Circle the correct answer (A, B, C or D) to complete each sentence.

1.My nephew was……………………by the clown.

A. amuse               B. amusing                  C. amused                   D. to amuse
  1. She…………………with dolls when she was a child.
A. use to play                          B. used to play                  C. use to playing                           D. used to playing
  1. It’s so…………………. ! No matter how much I study I can’t seem to remember these words.
A. frustrate                  B. frustrating   C. frustrated                D. to frustrate
  1. Khai is rich; …………………..his cousin Khiem is poor.
A. in spite of   B. however                  C. despite                    D. although
  1. She looked very………………………when I told her we had to change the plan.
A. confuse                   B. confusing                C. confused                 D. to confuse
  1. He…………………..a computer. He just bought a brand-new one yesterday.
A. usedn’t to have                              B. didn’t used to have

C. usedn’t to have                               D. didn’t use to have

 

 

  1. Hanh was……………………by Japanese when she first started learning languages. She decided to study more and now she can speak it fluently.
A. fascinate                 B. fascinating  C. fascinated   D. to fascinate
  1. I enjoy watching action films ………………….some of them are rather violent.
A. in spite of   B. however                  C. despite                    D. although
  1. Jack wasn’t tired. ………………………, he took a nap.
A. Nevertheless           B. In spite of   C. Despite                   D. Although
  1. I thought her new idea was absolutely…………………..
A. fascinate                 B. fascinating  C. fascinated   D. to fascinate
  1. I…………………….very shy, but I am not any more.
A. use to be                 B. used to be   C. use to being            D. used to being
  1. Phuong was not thirsty; …………………., he drank five glasses of water.
A. in spite of   B. however                  C. despite                    D. although
  1. He was………………….when he saw the snake.
A. frighten                  B. frightening  C. frightened   D. to frighten
  1. In primary school, I ……………………hide and seek.
A. used to play            B. use to play  C. use to playing         D. used to playing
  1. It was a windy and rainy night……………………, I decided to go out.
A. Nevertheless           B. In spite of   C. Despite                   D. Although
  1. The teacher was really…………………so the lesson passed quickly.
A. amuse                     B. amusing                  C. amused                   D. to amuse
  1. We live in the same building; ………………….., we hardly see each other.
A. in spite of   B. however                  C. despite                    D. although
  1. When my parents were younger, they…………………sports.
A. used to play            B. use to play  C. use to playing         D. used to playing
  1. I hate long flights. I’m always really………………….during the flights.
A. bore                        B. boring                     C. bored                      D. to bore
  1. ………………..that house is small, it’s very expensive.
A. Nevertheless           B. boring                     C. Despite                   D. although

21.Minh used to………………..his homework late in the evening.

A. does                        B. do                           C. doing                      D. did
  1. If people …………………..the rules, there are no more accidents.
A. follow                     B. take care of             C. obey                        D. remember
  1. You should …………………..right and left when you go across the roads.
A. see                          B. look                        C. be                            D. take
  1. Hurry up or we can’t ……………………the last bus home.
A. keep                        B. follow                     C. go                           D. catch
  1. Lan used to go to school……………………..
A. with bicycle            B. by foot                    C. in car                       D. by bus
  1. Public ……………………in my town is good and cheap.
A. transport                 B. tour                         C. journey                   D. travel
  1. …………………..is not very far from here to the city center.
A. that                         B. this                          C. it                             D. there
  1. When there is a traffic jam, it…………………….me a very long time to go home.
A. costs                       B. takes                       C. lasts                        D. spends
  1. Mai’s dad usually drives her to school …………………..her school is very far from her house.
A. but                          B. though                    C. because                   D. or
  1. Yesterday Hoa and Lan……………………round West Lake. It took them an hour.
A. cycle                       B. cycles                      C. cycling                    D. cycled

 

 

 

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