Bài soạn môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 14: Recreation

Bài soạn môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 14: Recreation

UNIT 14 RECREATION

II. Fill in each blank with one suitable word from the box.

recreation leisure spectacular stock market pursuits

spectators sophisticated memento solitude home-based

1. She has time now to follow her various artistic pursuits.

2. Many people indulge in home-based leisure pursuit such as watching television.

3. I play golf and football for recreation only.

4. She enjoyed a few moments of peace in the solitude of the garden.

5. Crowds of spectators were massed along the route of the parade.

6. I'm looking forward to more leisure time in my retirement.

7. He invested everything in the stock market.

8. Jane kept the coin as a memento of her trip.

9. We had a spectacular view of the coastline from the airplane.

10. Medical techniques are becoming more sophisticated all the time.

III. Choose the word or phrase that can substitute for the underlined word.

1. His recreations include golf, football and shooting. .

a. sports b. activities c. pastimes d. pleasures

2. Walking and swimming are the two most popular sporting activities undertaken by men and women.

a. taken over b. taken in c. taken up d. taken out

3. I bought the ring as a memento of Greek.

a. souvenir b. relic c. heirloom d. remainder

4. In Britain, the most common leisure activities are home-based.

a. regular b. popular c. standard d. distinctive

5. My other pursuits include listening to music, reading and gardening.

a. chases b. occupations c. specialities d. hobbies

6. The most popular spectator sports are football and baseball.

a. onlooker b. competitor c. individual d. professional

7. The train passed through a rich variety of spectacular scenery.

a. amazing b. powerful c. impressive d. considerable

8. The course can be as simple as bricklaying or as sophisticated as making your own stock market decisions.

a. external b. complicated c. intensive d. advanced

9. She enjoyed a few moments of peace in the solitude of the garden.

a. privacy b. bottom c. center d. end

10. Most households now own at least one television set.

a. farms b. campuses c. families d. courses

 

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UNIT 14 	RECREATION
Fill in each blank with one suitable word from the box.
recreation leisure spectacular stock market pursuits
spectators sophisticated memento solitude home-based
She has time now to follow her various artistic pursuits.
Many people indulge in home-based leisure pursuit such as watching television.
I play golf and football for recreation only.
She enjoyed a few moments of peace in the solitude of the garden.
Crowds of spectators were massed along the route of the parade.
I'm looking forward to more leisure time in my retirement.
He invested everything in the stock market.
Jane kept the coin as a memento of her trip.
We had a spectacular view of the coastline from the airplane.
Medical techniques are becoming more sophisticated all the time.
Choose the word or phrase that can substitute for the underlined word.
His recreations include golf, football and shooting. .
a. sports 	b. activities 	c. pastimes 	d. pleasures
Walking and swimming are the two most popular sporting activities undertaken by men and women.
a. taken over 	b. taken in 	c. taken up 	d. taken out
I bought the ring as a memento of Greek.
a. souvenir 	b. relic 	c. heirloom 	d. remainder
In Britain, the most common leisure activities are home-based.
a. regular 	b. popular 	c. standard 	d. distinctive
My other pursuits include listening to music, reading and gardening.
a. chases 	b. occupations 	c. specialities 	d. hobbies
The most popular spectator sports are football and baseball.
a. onlooker 	b. competitor 	c. individual 	d. professional
The train passed through a rich variety of spectacular scenery.
a. amazing 	b. powerful 	c. impressive 	d. considerable
The course can be as simple as bricklaying or as sophisticated as making your own stock market decisions.
a. external 	 b. complicated 	c. intensive 	d. advanced
She enjoyed a few moments of peace in the solitude of the garden.
a. privacy 	b. bottom 	c. center 	d. end
Most households now own at least one television set.
a. farms 	b. campuses 	c. families 	d. courses
Combine the sentence with not only ... but also or both and.
The city suffers from air pollution. The city suffers from water pollution.
(both... and)
The city suffers from both air pollution and water pollution.
He is interested in gardening. He is interested in collecting stamps.
(not only... but also)
He is interested in not only gardening but also collecting stamps.
Solar energy is free. Solar is inexhaustible. (both... and)
Solar energy is both free and inexhaustible.
In the summer school he studied writing. He studied how to increase his vocabulary. (not only... but. also)
In the summer school he studied not only writing but also how to increase his vocabulary.
I was usually tired when I arrived home from school. I was usually hungry too. (both ... and)
I was usually both tired and hungry when I arrived home from school.
My sister can sing beautiful. She can play the guitar very well. (not
only... but also)
My sister can not only sing beautiful but also play the guitar very well.
On the trip you can enjoy spectacular scenery. You can have a lot of outdoor activities. (both ... and) 
On the trip you can both enjoy spectacular scenery and have a Iot of outdoor activities.
He is good at math. He is good at English. (not only... but also)
He is good not only at math but also at English. 
Joanna enjoys listening to rock music, so does her brother. (both ... and)
Both Joanna and her brother enjoy listening to rock music.
She cleaned the house and she cooked the dinner. (not only... but also)
She not only cleaned the house but also cooked the dinner.
Write the sentences with either... or or neither ... nor.
The library doesn't have the book I need. The bookstore doesn't have the book I need.
Neither the library nor the bookstore has/ have the book I need.
We can fix dinner for them here or we can take them to a restaurant
We can either fix dinner for them here or take them to a restaurant.
I'll never speak to you again if you don't apologise.
Either you apologise or I'll never speak to you again.
Brian doesn’t play sports and he doesn't watch them on TV.
Brian neither plays sports nor watches them on TV.
Did Mrs Michael feed Lulu? Did Mrs Michael feed Archie?
Did Mrs Michael feed either Lulu or Archie?
We didn't hear the window break. We didn't hear the thief come in.
We heard neither the window break nor the thief come in.
You may begin working tomorrow or you may begin next week.
You may begin working either tomorrow or next week.
I suppose we could watch TV this evening or we could go out for a snack.
I suppose we could either watch TV this evening or go out for a snack.
My cousin can't draw well. He can't paint well, too.
My cousin can neither draw nor paint well.
I haven't seen him. I haven't heard him speak.
I have neither seen him nor heard him speak.
Complete the sentences with both... (and); neither... (nor) or either...(or).
I tried twice to phone George, but both times he was out.
Do you want tea or coffee? – Either I really don't mind.
I was invited to two parties last week, but I couldn't go to both of them.
Where is Liz? Is she at work or at home? - Neither. She's away on holiday.
To get to the town center, you can go along the footpath by the river or you can go along the road. You can go either way.
I saw an accident this morning. One car drove into the back of another. Fortunately, neither driver was injured, but both cars were badly damaged.
I can meet you next Monday or Friday. Would either of those days be convenient for you?
John and I couldn't get into the house because neither of us had a key.
When shall I phone, in the morning or afternoon? - Either. I’ll be in all day. 
Sarah and I play tennis together regularly, but neither of us can play well.
Where did you go for your holiday - Scotland or Ireland?
- Both. A week in Scotland and a week in Ireland.
I tried two bookshops for the book I wanted, but neither of them had it.
Both the boat with the white sails and the one with the blue sails are in the harbour today. 
I'm not sure where Maria's from. She's either Spanish or Italian.
Tom said he would contact me, but he neither wrote nor phoned.
Rewrite the following sentences using the structure it is/ was ... that + passive voice.
It was Mr. Johnson that every student respected to.
It was Mr John son that was respected to by every student.
It was in Bristol where they made the film.
It was in BristoI that the film was made.
It was the manager that we saw.
It was the manager that was seen.
It was wine that we ordered.
It was wine that was .ordered.
It is the English exam that the students most worry about.
It is the English exam that is most worried about by the students.
It is pop music that my brother prefers.
It is pop music that is prefered by my brother.
It is Tet that Vietnameses celebrate, as the greatest occasion in a year.
It is Tet that is celebrated as the greatest occasion in a year by Vietnameses.
It was the computer that my parents gave me as a birthday present.
It was the computer that was given to me as a birthday present by my parents.
It is Santa Clause who most children are waiting for on Christmas Eve.
It is Santa Clause that is been waiting for on Christmas Eve by most children.
It is English that people all over the world use.
It is English that is used by people all over the world. 
Fill in each blank with an appropriate preposition.
Recreation and entertainment are important to people.
British people are very interested in watching and taking part in sports.
Mark is keen on football, but his brother Mike is fond of tennis.
Snooker, pool and darts are the next most popular sports among men.
There is an enormous range of holiday courses on offer.
He agreed with me on/about the need for change.
We put up our tent in a little clearing in the wood.
We object to the commercialization of the game.
Mary likes the solitude of the Wilderness.
He longs for the day when he can turn professional.
Rewrite the following as indicated, making any other changes necessary.
I haven't seen him and I haven't heard him speak either.
Neither have I seen him nor have I heard him speak.
Is the man's name Richard? Or is it Robert? It's one of the two.
That man's name either Richard or Robert.
Tom arrived late and started complaining.
Not only did Tom arrive late, but he started complaining.
Most governments want to stop drugs coming into their countries.
What most governments want is to stop drugs coming into their countries.
Thanks to your help, I finished it in time.
But for your help, I couldn’t have finished it in time.
I did not know what would happen, and I did not care what would happen.
I neither knew nor cared what would happen.
I have not experienced such a storm since I was a child
Not since I was a child have I experienced such a storm.
I'd like to visit India more than any other country in the world.
It's India that I’d like to visit most/ more than any other country in the world.
That was a silly thing to say!
What a silly thing to be said!
Collecting stamps from foreign countries is one of Jane's interests.
Jane is interested in collecting stamps from foreign countries.

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