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  2. Lời nói đầu Nhằm giúp các em học sinh có thêm tài liệu để ôn luyện và thực hành môn tiếng Anh 9 theo chương trình mới của Bộ Giáo dục và Đào tạo, chúng tôl biên soạn bộ sách Bài tập tiếng Anh 9. Bài tập tiếng Anh 9 gồm hai tập tương ứng với hai tập sách giáo khoa Tiếng Anh 9 của Nhà Xuất bản Giáo dục Việt Nam hợp tác với Nhà Xuất bản Gỉáo dục Pearson. Bài tập tiếng Anh 9 - tập 1 gồm 6 đơn vị bài tập được biên soạn theo sát nội dung của 6 đơn vị bài học trong sách Tiếng Anh 9 - tập 1. Mỗi đơn vị bài tập gồm 5 phần:  Phần A - Phonetics: các bài tập nhấn trọng âm câu và ngữ điệu giúp rèn luyện kĩ năng nóỉ.  Phần B - Vocabulary and Grammar: các bài tập về từ vựng và ngữ pháp giúp ôn luyện từ vựng và củng cố kiến thức ngữ pháp trong từng đơn vị bài học.  Phần C - Speaking: các bài tập đặt câu hỏi, hoàn tất đoạn hội thoại, sắp xếp đoạn hội thoại, v.v. giúp rèn luyện kĩ Liên hệ Zalo 0988 166 193 để xem tài liệu năng nói.  Phần D - Reading: các đoạn văn ngắn với hình thức chọn từ để điền vào chỗ trống, đọc và trả lời câu hỏi, đọc và chọn T (true) hoặc F (false), đọc và chọn câu trả lời đúng, v.v. giúp luyện tập và phát triển kĩ năng đọc hiểu.  Phần E - Writing: các bài tập viết câu, viết đoạn văn giúp học sinh luyện tập kĩ năng viết. Sau phần bài tập của mỗi đơn vị bài tập có một bài kiểm tra (Test for Unit) và sau 3 đơn vị bài tập có một bài tự kiểm tra (Test Yourself) nhằm giúp các em ôn tập và củng cố kiến thức đã học. Trong quá trình biên soạn sẽ không tránh khỏi sai sót. Chúng tôi rất mong nhận được ý kiến đóng góp của thầy cô giáo, quý phụ huynh và các bạn đọc để sách được hoàn thiện hơn. Chân thành cảm ơn. Ban biên soạn Zenbooks
  3. UNIT 1 LOCAL ENVIRONMENT A. PHONETICS I. Underline the content words in the sentences. 1. Dalat is famous for its sceneries. 2. I go to the cinema every week. 3. The artisan is carving a statue skillfully. 4. This workshop was set up on the river bank years ago. 5. Foreign tourists often visit Ben Thanh Market for souvenirs. 6. Where did you buy this knitted tablecloth? II. Place a mark over the words that should be stressed In the following sentences. E.g. Her 'hobbies are 'music, 'reading and 'handicraft. 1. The craftsmen worked in a freezing cold workshop. 2. The street is full of vendors selling handicrafts. 3. The town survives mainly through tourism. Liên hệ Zalo 0988 166 193 để xem tài liệu 4. Independence Palace is a major tourist attraction. 5. They sell rugs made by local artisans. 6. Do you know about the other services available at your local library? B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR I. Complete the sentences with the appropriate words or phrases. Take the picture next to each sentence as a clue. drums lanterns conical hat marble paintings silk lacquerware pottery 1. Along with the Ao Dai, the is a cultural symbol of Vietnamese people. 2. Dong Ho are simple, meaningful and created for the mass. 3. The art of dates back to China some 10,000 years ago.
  4. 4. Thanh Ha Village in Hoi An is famous for its manually crafted products. 5. Hoi An is famous for its colorful paper . 6. HangGai is obviously a right place to shop for in Hanoi. 7. A number of Dong Son bronze were found by chance in 1924. 8. We’re all impressed with a wide variety of sculptures made by Non Nuoc artisans. III. Match the word with its definition. 1. artisan a. a product that is made by hand rather than by using a machine 2. workshop b. the process of encouraging members of a group to work well together by having them take part in activities and games 3. authenticity c. a person who does skilled work, making things with their hands 4. handicraft d. a long, thin strand of cotton, nylon, or other fibers used in sewing or weaving 5. team-building e. the place where something first started to exist 6. birthplace f. a room or building where things are made using tools or machines 7. thread g. a work of art that is a solid figure or object made by carving or shaping wood, stone, clay, metal, etc. 8. sculpture h. the quality of being real or true Liên hệ Zalo 0988 166 193 để xem tài liệu III. Complete the sentences with the words from the box. carved cast knitted embroidered produced mould woven ironed 1. She her uniform every chance, keeping it crisp and fresh. 2. These baskets are from strips of willow. 3. I’ve a sweater for John, and now I’m making one for me. 4. The dragon pattern was sometimes on the cloth. 5. The statue was out of a single piece of stone. TEST YOURSELF 2  7
  5. 6. This video shows how to a cup from clay. 7. Dong Son drums were in bronze and designed with traditional patterns. 8. Every year, a lot of products are from the workshop of Phong’s family. IV. Fill in the blank with an appropriate preposition or adverb to form a phrasal verb. 1. They got bus and walked to the craft village. 2. The museum has been temporarily closed for reconstruction. 3. Bat Trang Ceramic Village is facing up the lack of artisans. 4. He asked her to go on a vacation with his family but she turned him . 5. Tourists coming Western countries find conical hats interesting. 6. She is used to dealing all kinds of people in her job. 7. He got to find himself alone in the house. 8. Tomorrow’s match has been called because of the icy weather. 9. I’m looking to the reunion with my family in Vietnam. 10. These traditional stories have been passed from parent to child over many generations. V. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word in capital. 1. Local people can earn their livings by providing tourists with necessary services. (LIVE) → Local people ___ 2. That man has a friendly relationship with the owner of Los Angeles County Museum of Art. (GETS) → That man ___ 3. Pictures of the suspect were published in all daily papers. (BROUGHT) → Pictures ___ 4. There is no oil and gas left on Earth. (RUN) → The Earth has ___ 5. The council had to cancel the football match because of the storm. (CALL) → The council ___ 6. She was reading a magazine as she waited in the doctor’s office. (LOOKING) → She ___ 7. I will return to Hoi An to have another week of adventure this summer. (COME) → I ___ 8. After leaving college, he started his own business with a bank loan. (SET) → After ___ 9. She promised to meet me at the cinema this evening, but she didn’t arrive. (TURN) → ___ 10. Nicholas began his trip to the remote farmhouse in Connecticut yesterday. (SET) → Nicholas ___ VI. Complete the sentences with the phrasal verbs from the box.
  6. call off set up turned down gave up turn up carried out worn out came across took off broken into 1. Sue was offered a job as a translator but she it . 2. His shoes are quite . He’ll have to get a new pair. 3. They have had to the football match because of snow. 4. Rachel knew that Ross would be worried if she didn’t . 5. Can you imagine who I while I was in Paris? 6. An investigation was by the local police. 7. A house in our neighborhood was last night. 8. He’s been feeling much better since he smoking. 9. She her clothes and got into bed. 10. Zedco wants to a new sales office in Germany. VII.Choose the best answer a, b, c or d to complete the sentence. Liên hệ Zalo 0988 166 193 để xem tài liệu 1. I almost missed my flight there was a long queue in the duty-free shop. a. although b. since c. despite d. because of 2. I want to be well-groomed other people think nice things about me. a. in order to b. so as not to c. so that d. as soon as 3. she is young, she is very independent. a. Although b. Because c. In order that d. In spite of 4. I met the Gills, I had been gardening for nearly ten years. a. As soon as b. Although c. After d. Before 5. he had finished his studies, he went to America. a. While b. Before c. After d. Until 6. You’ll never guess what happened I left my room. a. as long as b. as soon as c. while d. as far as 7. they’re expensive, they last forever and never go out of style. a. When b. As soon as c. Even though d. Because 8. She went back to live with her mother she did not earn enough money to live in her own house. a. although b. so that c. in order to d. because 9. They were driving to Dallas they caught an accident. a. when b. while c. before d. as soon as 10. she was asleep, thieves broke in and stole her handbag. a. In order that b. Although c. Because of d. While VIII. Join each pair of sentences, using the word or phrase in brackets. 1. Hoa was born in Doc So craft village. She knows the process of making pottery. (BECAUSE) TEST YOURSELF 2  9
  7. ___ 2. The library was bombed. Many important historical documents were destroyed. (WHEN) ___ 3. She entered the room. She knew there was something wrong. (AS SOON AS) ___ 4. We decided to take rooms in Longwood House. We knew we could not afford the rent. (EVEN THOUGH) ___ 5. My mom instructed me through 15 stages of making a conical hat. I could make one for me. (SO THAT) ___ 6. You want to knit a hat for your friend. You should watch tutorials on YouTube. (BEFORE) ___ 7. I was not enjoying the party. I wanted to leave early. (AS) ___ 8. I was cleaning out my cupboards. I found these photos. (WHILE) ___ 9. I went to Malaysia last year. I wanted to experience a whole new world. (IN ORDER TO) ___ 10. I attended a knitting workshop last Sunday. I don’t know how to knit a scarf. (ALTHOUGH) ___ IX. Complete each sentence with an appropriate preposition. 1. This handcrafted cushion reminds me the wonderful time I spent in Bangkok Chinatown. 2. Another method, used especially for figures, was to pour the clay a mould. 3. Amritsar is famous its carpet-weaving industry. 4. After playing some team-building games, we gathered and had afternoon tea the lawn. 5. Maldives is among the countries relying heavily tourism. 6. We took some clay and made it a vase shape. 7. Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral is considered as a place interest in Ho Chi Minh City. 8. The scarf, which he wrapped around his neck, was made wool thread by his girlfriend. ĐÁP ÁN UNIT 1 A. PHONETICS I. 1. Dalat is famous for its sceneries.
  8. 2. I go to the cinema every week. 3. The artisan is carving a statue skillfully. 4. This workshop was set up on the river bank years ago. 5. Foreign tourists often visit Ben Thanh Market for souvenirs. 6. Where did you buy this knitted tablecloth? II. 1. The 'craftsmen 'worked in a 'freezing 'cold 'workshop. 2. The 'street is 'full of 'vendors 'selling 'handicrafts. 3. The 'town 'survives mainly through 'tourism. 4. 'Independence 'Palace is a 'major 'tourist 'attraction. 5. They 'sell 'rugs 'made by 'local 'artisans. 6. Do you 'know about the other 'services 'available at your 'local 'library? B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR I. 1. conical hat 2. paintings 3. lacquerware 4. Pottery 5. lanterns 6. silk 7. drums 8. marble II. 1. c 2. f 3. h 4. a 5. b 6. e 7. d 8. g III.1. ironed 2. woven 3. knitted 4. embroidered 5. carved 6. mould 7. cast 8. produced IV. 1. off 2. down 3. to 4. down 5. from 6. with 7. up 8. off 9. forward 10. down V. 1. Local people can live on by providing tourists with necessary services. 2. That man gets on with the owner of Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 3. Pictures of the suspect were brought out in all daily papers. 4. The Earth has run out of oil and gas. 5. The council had to call off the football match because of the storm. 6. She was looking through a magazine as she waited in the doctor’s office. 7. I will come back to Hoi An to have another week of adventure this summer. 8. After leaving college, he set up his own business with a bank loan. 9. She promised to meet me at the cinema this evening, but she didn’t turn up. 10. Nicholas set off to the remote farmhouse in Connecticut yesterday. VI. 1. turned down 4. turn up 7. broken into 10. set up 2. worn out 5. came across 8. gave up 3. call off 6. carried out 9. took off VII. 1. b 2.c 3. a 4. d 5. c 6. b 7. c 8. d 9. a 10. d VIII. 1. Hoa knows the process of making pottery because she was born in Doc So craft village. 2. Many important historical documents were destroyed when the library was bombed. 3. As soon as she entered the room, she knew there was something wrong./ She knew there was something wrong as soon as she entered the room. 4. We decided to take rooms in Longwood House even though we knew we could not afford the rent./ Even though we knew we could not afford the rent, we decided to take rooms in ĐÁP ÁN  11
  9. Longwood House. 5. My mom instructed me through 15 stages of making a conical hat so that I could make one for me. 6. You should watch tutorials on YouTube before you want to knit a hat for your friend. 7. I wanted to leave early as I was not enjoying the party./ As I was not enjoying the party, I wanted to leave early. 8. While I was cleaning out my cupboards, I found these photos./ I found these photos while I was cleaning out my cupboards. 9. I went to Malaysia last year in order to experience a whole new world. 10. Although I attended a knitting workshop last Sunday, I don’t know how to knit a scarf./ I don’t know how to knit a scarf although I attended a knitting workshop last Sunday. IX. 1. of 2. into 3. for 4. on 5. on 6. into 7. of 8. from C. SPEAKING I. What are the places of interest in your hometown? 2. Where is Bau Truc Pottery Village located? 3. How often do you go to the library? 4. Why do people like Nguyen Hue Walking Street? 5. What is your favorite destination? 6. Who do you often go to Diamond Plaza with? 7. When is the best time to visit Nha Trang? 8. How far is it from your house to Tan Son Nhat Airport? II. - I am planning a day out for my family at the end of this month. - Oh, cool! Do you need any help? - Of course. I still don’t know which place we should visit. - Well, in my opinion, your family can go to Vung Tau for new fresh air. - Ah, I heard about this beach before. How can we travel there? - There are various choices that you can consider, such as by bike, by coach or even on cruise. - Hmm, I think traveling by coach may be the best choice. By the way, do you have any recommendation for local food? - Well, “banh khot” is a must-try and don’t forget to eat the seafood. I bet its taste will absolutely appeal to you. - Thank you so much! I think my trip will be great! - You’re welcome! Have a nice trip! D. READING I. 1. handicraft 2. set 3. long-standing 4. artisans 5. where 6. skillful 7. completely 8. souvenirs II. 1.T 2. F 3. T 4. T 5. F 6. T 7. F E. WRITING I. 1. Lam Yen Drum village stands between Red River and Tich River.
  10. 2. Waste pollution should be treated properly. 3. Life expectancy of craft village residents is lower than the rest of Vietnam. 4. Many handicraft villages in Quang Nam Province have succeeded in combining traditional handicraft with tourism. 5. Villagers learned to make green sticky rice when they were very young. 6. Craftsmen add paintings of Hue poems between the two layers of leaves to create famous poetic conical hats. 7. Although they come to Vietnam for the first time, they can easily get along with local people. 8. The government is facing pressure from environmentalists at present. II. 1. I'm looking forward to the upcoming pottery workshop. 2. The pop star was invited to the chat show, but he didn’t arrive. 3. The teacher asked him to go out because he misbehaved in the class. 4. Figures of lions and unicorns were carved on the top of the box by the artisans. 5. Tum off the computer when you leave. 6. They paid for dinner in order to apologize for their behaviour. 7. When I was a child, I used to go to the local park every Saturday afternoon. 8. They are being made to study hard by their teacher. TEST FOR UNIT 1 I. 1. c 2. a 3. b 4. d 5. c II. 1. a 2. b 3. b 4. c 5. d III.1. A 2. A 3. C 4. B 5. A 6. C 7. B IV. 1. a 2. c 3. a 4. b 5. a 6. c 7. d 8. d 9. b 10. a V. 1. are imagining 2. went - was studying 3. to preserve 4. closed 5. has been 6. was completed 7. reviving 8. Have you ever been VI. 1. produce 2. youngsters 3. skillful 4. authentic 5. attraction 6. tourism 7. preservation 8. embroidery 9. cultural 10. memorable VII. 1. A (far) 2. B (made) 3. A (popular) 4. A (In order to) 5. B (grow) 6. B (have earned) 7. B (exciting) 8. D (products) VIII. 1. h 2. e 3. f 4. a 5. d 6. g 7. b 8. c IX. 1. b 2. c 3. a 4. b 5. c 6. b 7. d 8. d X. 1. Craftsmen and women play role as the heart and soul of Hanoi’s crafts. 2. Mr. Hoa and his wife preserve the cardboard mask tradition. 3. There are 4 materials to make that craft. They are newspapers, glue, paint and paintbrushes. 4. The craft making process depends on dry weather. 5. The swan frames are made of notebook paper. 6. The artisan uses rice water to smooth the frames. 7. Glass-beads and silk flowers are added to color the finished product. XI. 1. c 2. d 3. a 4. b 5. d 6. b 7. a 8. b ĐÁP ÁN  13
  11. XII. Học sinh tự làm UNIT 2 A. PHONETICS I 1. A: He is still playing games. 4. A: It seems that you don’t like the new mall. B: Is he? B: I don’t. How about you? 2. A: Do you recognize that man? 5. A: Who broke the window? B: Him? No, I don’t know him. B: He did! 3. A: Shall I cook the meal? 6. A: Do you find the food tasty? B: Yes, I think you should. B: I do, but he doesn’t. II. 1. A: What did she (W) say? B: She (S) said nothing. 2. A: Listen! She (S) is talking with someone. B: What? I can’t hear her (W). 3. A: Is he (W) working here? B: Who? A: Joseph. B: No. Everyone is gathering here, but he (S) has just gone to the supermarket to buy some food. 4. A: Shall we (W) wait here? B: No, you (S) don’t need to. 5. A: She (S) told me she (S) would come here. B: But she (S) hasn’t appeared! 6. A: She (W) doesn’t smoke or drink! B: Ah, that’s what she (S) told you! B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR I. 1. city-state 2. metro 3. index 4. jet lag 5. lighthouse 6. factor 7. overcrowding 8. urban sprawl II. 1. index 2. lighthouse 3. jet lag 4. urban sprawl 5. factor 6. city-state 7. overcrowding 8. metro III.1. b 2. a 3. c 4. d 5. a 6. c 7. b 8. d 9. c 10. d 11. a 12. b 13. d 14. c IV. 1. the most liveable 2. cheaper 3. the best 4. as reasonable as 5. the worst 6. luckier 7. the least 8. as quietly as 9. farther/ further 10. most popular V. 1. the best 2. the most densely populated 3. the most iconic 4. cheaper 5. better 6. lengthier 7. longer 8. largest
  12. VI. 1. Real Zaragoza is better than Real Madrid. 2. He thinks Chinese is the most difficult language in the world. 3. No one in his class is taller than him. 4. She is the best singer in the class. 5. Munnar is the prettiest hill stations in India. 6. Mary thinks Melbourne is more “liveable” than any other city in Australia. 7. Lifestyle in Malaysia is not different from Thailand. 8. Ho Chi Minh City is not as busy as Beijing. VII. 1. to think 2. to learn 3. playing 4. to travel 5. sitting 6. confirming 7. singing 8. to perform 9. watering 10. give VIII. 1. got on with 2. getting over 3. came across 4. go over 5. turned down 6. went on 7. think over 8. looking forward to 9. knock down10. looked after IX. 1. setting 2. pulled 3. turn 4. cheer 5. go 6. dressed 7. take 8. find 9. get 10. turned X. 1. of 2. in 3. from 4. on 5. from 6. from 7. of 8. with C. SPEAKING I. - Have you ever been to Da Nang? - Yes, I have. It’s a very interesting city indeed. - Can you tell me some details about it? - Of course. What do you want to know? - What are the attractions in Da Nang? - Da Nang attracts a great number of tourists with Marble Mountain, Ba Na Hill, Son Tra Peninsula, etc. - Hmm, I wonder how we can travel there. - Travelling by plane is the best option. However, you can also go there by coach. - Well, I’m worried about financial matters a bit. Is the flight reasonable? - Absolutely yes. You should book it in advance to get the best price. - I will visit the airlines websites soon. Anyway, what are the main features of the city? - It has both mountains and beaches. In addition, the city is famous for its Dragon Bridge, which is the longest bridge in Vietnam. The local food is cheap yet special and tasty. - Great! Thank you so much. - You’re welcome. II. 1. What is the capital of Korea? 2. Where is Seoul located? 3. When was Seoul founded as the capital of Korea? 4. What is the population of Seoul? 5. What’s the weather like in Seoul? 6. How many bridges are there across Han River throughout the city? ĐÁP ÁN  15
  13. 7. What is the best attraction in Seoul? 8. Why does K-pop appeal to youngsters? D. READING I. 1. dealt 2. number 3. salary 4. accommodation 5. standard 6. material 7. attract 8. enact II. 1. c 2. a 3. d 4. c 5. a 6. d E. WRITING I. 1. There has been a steady increase in the demand for hotel accommodation since 1998. 2. These days, more and more people are suffering from air pollution. 3. I have never read such a romantic story like this before. 4. She spends most of her time surfing the net for information about the next trip. 5. Van Gogh had a major influence on the development of modern painting. 6. Despite Brexit, London remains one of the most open and cosmopolitan city in the world. 7. The house that we rented in London last year was fully furnished. 8. People face a large amount of environmental problems every day. II. 1. This is the first time I have had to wait this long for a bus. 2. Remember to put down what the tour guide said. 3. We spent 3 hours discovering the inner Hanoi. 4. Dickens’ “David Copperfield” is the most popular book. 5. Why don’t you think over our suggestion before making official decision? 6. Doing homework is more important than watching TV. 7. My friend is a brilliant pianist. 8. I feel so bored of/ with most of the young men of my age. TEST FOR UNIT 2 I. 1. b 2. a 3. c 4. d 5. a II. 1. a 2. c 3. b 4. d 5. c III.1. A: They are rich, but they suffer a lot of stress. B: Are they? 2. A: What are you going to give him? B: I think I’ll give him a shirt. What about you? 3. A: Everyone is preparing for the exam. What about us? Shall we do the same? B: I won’t. But you can do whatever you want. 4. A: Will you be at the meeting on Friday? B: Yes. Will you be there? 5. A: Can you help me carry this suitcase? B: I will. 6. A: He wants to talk to you. B: Let him come in and ask him what he wants.
  14. IV. 1. b 2. a 3. c 4. d 5. a 6. c 7. c 8. b 9. d 10. d V. 1. doesn’t really begin2. to happen 3. went/ had gone 4. was originally designed 5. are still searching 6. has visited 7. was playing 8. getting VI. 1. affordable 2. reliable 3. cultural 4. attraction 5. population 6. fashionable 7. dwellers 8. pleasant VIII. 1. C (from) 2. B (being demolished) 3. C (the second) 4. A (Operating) 5. A (far/ much) 6. D (attractions) 7. A (calm) 8. D (with) IX. 1. c 2. d 3. g 4. h 5. a 6. e 7. b 8. f IX. 1. b 2. a 3. b 4.d 5. d 6. b 7. c 8. c X. 1. Toronto is in Canada. 2. Greater Toronto Area has a population of more than 5 million. 3. Its wide range of cultures, languages, food and arts makes Toronto proud of itself. 4. One of the first things in Toronto that appeals to tourists is its citizen’s friendliness. 5. Toronto’s highly artistic culture and fascinating museums proudly display the country’s history. 6. Toronto’s climate is partially moderated. 7. Summertime is the festival time in Toronto. 8. The city greets more than one million visitors In Caribana festival. XI. 1. This gym is not as convenient as the one near my house. 2. Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. 3. Modern Christian theology has been influenced by his writings. 4. The group plans to set up an import business. 5. No other man in the office is more capable than his father. 6. The product quickly had an influence on the market. 7. Jonah had obviously made an effort to dress up smart clothes for the occasion. 8. Losing weight is more difficult than putting on weight. XII. Học sinh tự làm ĐÁP ÁN  17
  15. UNIT 3 A. PHONETICS I. Stressed Unstressed 1. - Isn’t too late to say sorry?  - No, it isn’t.  2. - Was he busy with his schoolwork?  - Yes, he was.  3. - Isn’t fried chicken your favorite food?  - Yes, fried chicken is my favorite food, but it can make me fatter  and fatter. 4. - Is it your mobile phone?  - Yes, it is my mobile phone.  5. - Do you think they are on the way here?  - They are on the way. Don’t worry.  6. - You aren’t working this weekend?  - I am, but I can’t spend some time meeting you.  II. 1. She is interested in Korean films but her husband 'isn’t. 2. A: Are you reading this book? B: Yes, I 'am. 3. A: 'Isn’t it the best way to release stress? B: Yes, it 'is. 4. A: Do you think he is a great actor? B: He 'is. But he’s quite reserved. 5. A: Is she confident that she will get the job? B: Yes, she 'is. She has prepared for the interview very well. 6. A: Will Hoa visit you this summer? B: Yes, she will fly here on her own. A: But she is too young! B: She 'is. But she can take care of herself. B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR I. 1. frustrated 2. worried 3. tense 4. confident 5. delighted 6. depressed 7. calm 8. relaxed II. 1. d 2. h 3. g 4. a 5. b 6. e 7. c 8. f
  16. III. Social skills stay calm with others, listen to others, ask for help, follow directions or rules Cognitive skills comprehend reading materials, use appropriate words in certain circumstances, determine the problems you’re facing Housekeeping skills clean your room, fix the light bulb, take out the trash Emotion control skills cope with loneliness, feel sympathy for others, be grateful Self-care skills determine the symptom of common diseases, go to sleep early, drink enough water IV. 1. They said their daughter wanted to study abroad for a year. 2. She asked me if I had ever experienced school pressures. 3. He said he couldn’t watch his favourite cartoon on Disney Channel the previous day. 4. Jane asked me if the weather was good in Shanghai in the summer. 5. She asked me what the skills that I found the most difficult to learn were. 6. She told me to bring her a cup of coffee. 7. Joana told me she would come and help me on Saturday. 8. My mom asked me when I would come back home. 9. The teacher asked me if I needed any help on that assignment. 10. Danny told Ann his friend had got engaged to a German the previous month. V. 1. could 2. were reading 3. would travel 4. had never been 5. would do 6. hadn’t gone 7. might 8. had to/ must 9. was 10. needed VI. 1. who 2. where 3. what 4. how 5. when 6. who 7. how 8. where 9. what 10. when VII. 1. I don’t know where to visit this summer vacation. 2. Could you tell me who to ask for advice? 3. She wondered what to write in the final essay. 4. I have no idea who to contact in case of emergency. 5. They can’t decide when to leave for America. 6. I’m not sure what to cook for my son’s birthday party. 7. Could you tell me where to put my umbrella? 8. He asked himself what to send her as a present. 9. I have no idea when to leave for Japan. 10. She wondered how to resolve the conflict. VIII. 1. They didn’t know what to do to help her overcome stress. ĐÁP ÁN  19
  17. 2. Jonas wondered whether to discuss that matter with his teammates. 3. An asked Mary where to register for a course on life skills. 4. James and Lily couldn’t tell how to find a support center for the homeless. 5. They had no idea when to start their campaign. 6. Trang asked her mother who to call upon arriving at the airport. 7. Phong was not sure whether to dial 18001567 to ask for advice about family problems. 8. They wondered what to do to help those disadvantaged children. 9. She couldn’t decide when to start teaching her children to cook. 10. Hoa asked Nam how to deal with negative emotions and stress. IX. 1. of 2. with 3. in 4. of 5. on 6. without 7. on 8. with C. SPEAKING I. 1. E 2. A 3. C 4. F 5. B 6. G 7. D II. - I’m planning to study abroad next year. - Cool! Which country will you set foot on? - United States I think, but I’m so worried about myself. - What are you worried about? - I don’t think I have enough skills to live far away from my family. - What do you mean? - I mean, I don’t know how to cook, study by myself or manage my budget. - Oh dear. It may cause you a lot of problems then. I think you should prepare for your trip from now. - What should I do? - You can register for a soft skill course at the Youth Cultural House , KDI or Vietskills, etc. After that, try to practice as much as possible. - What else can I do? - I think you should share your thoughts with your parents when you are tense. They can give you some useful advice. - Right. Thank you very much! D. READING I. 1. refers 2. ambitions 3. less 4. studying 5. conflict 6. most 7. with 8. through II.A. 1.T 2. F 3. T 4. F 5. T B. 6. The added pastimes can contribute to teenage stress and anxiety. 7. Peer pressure, bullying on campus and harassment can distract teens from studying. 8. Arguments with siblings, disagreements with parents over rules and expectations and the need to consistently care for younger siblings put teen under pressure. 9. “loss” can mean the end of a relationship, friendship or cherished extracurricular activity. 10. Teens can doubt their self-worth after a broken relationship because of their change in social status.
  18. E. WRITING I. 1. It is important to keep calm in an emergency. 2. The schools nationwide are experiencing teacher shortages at present. 3. He said that he would send us a postcard the following day. 4. Jane found it easy to empathize with the characters in the books. 5. They can’t make the final decision on where to visit in Malaysia. 6. If I were you, I would call the helpline for help. 7. After living in France for a year, I felt much more confident about my French. 8. She wondered whether to tell her best friend what she was thinking. II. 1. Jimmy asked me where I had met him. 2. Jim asked his teacher when to register for the new course on Chinese. 3. Joana couldn’t decide when to start her Journey. 4. The doctor said that I had to/ must stay in bed until the following Monday. 5. I have no idea who to call for help in this situation. 6. She wondered whether to tell her the truth about her misery. 7. I’m not sure what to do to help her overcome her mom’s death. 8. John said he was going to work for a new company the following week. MỤC LỤC UNIT 1: LOCAL ENVIRONMENT 5 UNIT 2: CITY LIFE 19 UNIT 3: TEEN STRESS AND PRESSURE 32 TEST YOURSELF 1 2 UNIT 4: LIFE IN THE PAST 52 UNIT 5: WONDERS OF VIETNAM 64 UNIT 6: VIET NAM: THEN AND NOW 78 ĐÁP ÁN  21