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I. Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. Rice ranks first between Vietnam’s crops, but it brings only a fraction of the economic growth rate.
2. Despite salmon live in salt water in most of their adulthood, they lay their eggs and die in freshwater.
3. Tailorbirds use their bills as needles when build their nests.
4. Fountain pens first became commercial available about a hundred years ago.
5. The strong claws and protruding tooth help gophers dig well in almost any types of soil.
6. Drug addiction has resulted of a great loss of money, time and energy of families, schools and society.
7. Thanks to the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the US begin to realize the true value of the Louisiana territory
8. Annual Vietnam imports more than $3billion worth of Chinese clothing, jewelry and shoes.
9. Nelson Mandela, he spent his entire life working for the improvements in the life of African workers
10. We can compare the economy of one nation with those of another in many different ways.
Exercise 2: Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. Alike many other male fish, male guppies are more colorful than females.
2. When rhinos take mud baths, the mud cover their bodies and helps to prevent them from biting insects.
3. He had broad interests, good mechanical skills, strong persistence, and a practice view of life.
4. The fluctuations in prices of essential products has adversely affectedthe life of the low-income and fixed-income people.
5. A jellyfish, which isn’t really a fish, it has no brain, no bones, and no face.
6. International trade, traveling, and the Internet have lain the foundation for modern global lifestyles
7. The Statue of Liberty, which symbolizes New York, it is actually a present from France to commemorate the close relationship between the two countries.
8. Until diamonds are cut and polish, they just look like small blue-grey stones.
9. Jeans Renoir, whose was just appointed the company’s CEP, started his career as a sales representative but got constant promotion thanks to his impressive sales results.
10. Laser technology is considering the core of a new generation of high-speed photocopiers and printers.
Exercise 3: Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. With is fertilize farmland, the Central States become one of the biggest agriculture production sites in the US.
2. People do not usually notice that they have contracted diabetes enough early as its symptoms are too slight in the early stages.
3. Gone with the Wind written after Margaret Mitchell quit her job as a reporter because of an ankle injury
4. With a policy of eminent domain, the state has control ultimate of all real property.
5. Hay fever is a common disease in summer; its symptoms, ranged from mild to severe, differ in degree according to the individual.
6. Trees rely to the amount of annual rainfall as well as its seasonal distribution for their survival.
7. Repsol’sacquisition of YPF was considered one of the biggest event in the modern business history.
8. A reduction in the number of solid waste is considered a key factor to eliminate environment pollution.
9. The tongue is the essential organ of taste, and is crucial for such activities as chewing, swallowed, and speaking.
10. To increase public supervision of state officials, the new law stipulates that citizens must evaluate the work performance of the officials once every six months.
Exercise 4: Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. The human ear cannot hear a sound that vibrates less than 16 times the second.
2. Some tree frogs can alter their colors in order to blend with its environment.
3. If one is invited out to a dinner, it is perfect proper to go either with or without a gift.
4. Some birds, such as quails, can move instant from a resting position to full flight.
5. In 1961, America’s first manned spacecraft was launching.
6. Geochemistry includes the study of the movement of elements from one place to another as a result of processes chemical.
7. Fireflies product light through a complex chemical reaction that takes place within their abdominal cells.
8. Wind is the motion that occurs when lighter air rises and cools heavier air replaces it.
9. Under the crust of the Earth are bubbling hot liquids that sometime rise to the surface.
10. Oceans of the world exerts strong influences on the weather over the Earth’s surface.
Exercise 5: Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. The Columbine flower can survive in almost any types of gardens condition in the United States.
2. Kiwi birds search the ground with the bills for insects, worms, and snails to eat.
3. If protect, a solar cell can last for a long time and is a good source of energy.
4. The growth rate of the developed countries is five times fast as comparable areas during the Industrial Revolution.
5. Drug abuse has become one of America’s most serious social problem.
6. The sales report is released on eleventh day of each month so that the Management Board may know the company’s performance promptly.
7. Heartburn can best be understood as a symptom causing by acid reflux due to a weak lower esophageal
8. In 1903, when the Wright brothers announced they had invented a flying machine, their news were generally ignored.
9. Lasers are considered indispensable toolsfor delicate eyes surgery.
10. Alexander Calder, that was originally interested in mechanical engineering, later became a sculptor.
Exercise 6: Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. One of history’s most spectacular execution was that of Damien, the unsuccessful assassin of Louis XV of France.
2. Globes and maps have always been important throughout history, but never as more so than today.
3. Because vitamins are contained in a wide variety of foods, people seldom lack of most of them.
4. Psychological experiment indicate that people remember their failures more than their successes.
5. The sun is a burning ball at a average distance of 93,000,000 miles from the Earth.
6. Before gaining successful, Charles Kettering, former vice president of General Motors, was so poor that he had to use the hayloft of a barn as a laboratory.
7. Despite the metric system is used throughout the world, it is still not commonly used in the United States.
8. Some gorillas beat their chests as an express of high spirits.
9. Because Walter Reed’s efforts and those of the people who worked with him, human beings no longer fear the dreaded disease of yellow fever.
10. Studying the science of logics is a good way to cultivate one’s reason skills.
Exercise 7: Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. The continental shelves is the shallow area of the ocean floor that is closest to the continents.
2. The average adult get two to five colds each year.
3. Fish are believed containing a particular type of fat that may help lower blood cholesterol levels.
4. Benjamin Franklin’s ability to learn from observing and experience contributed greatly to his success in public life.
5. Industrial lasers are most often used for cutting, welding, drill and measuring.
6. In the last 10 years, the government has reduced the amount of its state-owned companies to about half.
7. Psychologists at the University of Kansas has studied the effects of the color of a room on people’s behavior.
8. Montaigne, the illusion French philosopher, was elected mayor of Bordeaux, where was his home town.
9. Certain pollens are more likely to cause an allergic reaction than another.
10. Computers have made accessfor information instantly available just by pushing a few buttons.
Exercise 8: Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. Mined over 2,000 years ago, copper is one of the earliest know metals.
2. Many of the early work of T.S. Elliot expresses the anguish and barrenness of modern life and the isolation of the individual.
3. A sore throat interferes with daily life by making swallowing difficultly.
4. A farmer’s tractor is like a powerful horse, as it plows field, pulls trailers, and moves heavy loads.
5. During wedding ceremonies in the United States guests are usually silence.
6. How the Earth is in the shadow of the moon, we see an eclipse of the sun.
7. The children’s television program called Sesame Street was seeing in 84 countries in 1989.
8. Some research suggests that there are a link between the body’s calcium balance and tooth decay.
9. Lunther Burbank earned the funds to go west by sale his new ideas about growing potatoes.
10. Louisa May Alcott infused her own life into the character of Jo in book Little Women.
Exercise 9: Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. Rock music was original a mixture of country music and rhythm and blues.
2. More and moreof office works nowadays use computer programs as daily routine.
3. Traveling ballet companies were uncommon beforeher Augusta Maywood formed the first traveling troupe.
4. The virtues of ordinary life is the focus of many poems.
5. Economic goods often consist to material items, but they can also be services to people.
6. Moby-Dick is a novel that tell the story of a ship captain’s single-minded hatred of a huge white whale.
7. Earwax lubricates and protects the ear from foreign matter such water and insects.
8. Before creating the telegraph, Samuel Morse madetheir living as a painter.
9. Some jellyfish make daily journeys from deep water to the surface and back, whileother migrate horizontally.
10. Putting a large amount of information on a map requires a variety of symbols must be used.
Exercise 10: Choose the incorrect word or phrase among the four underlined ones.
1. Before nineteenth century it was rare to find organized systems of adult education.
2. Smoking is the leading prevent cause of death in the United States and many other developed countries.
3. Not single alphabet has ever perfectly represented the sounds of any of Earth’s natural languages.
4. Almost a third of a million people were killedwhen the Second World war.
5. The ozone layer must be protected because it protects the Earth from excessive ultraviolet radiate.
6. Carbohydrates and fats are two essential sources of energy for animal grow.
7. In spite of modern medical technology, many diseases causing by viruses are still not curable.
8. Though Pablo Picasso was primarily a painting, he also became a fine sculptor, engraver, and ceramist.
9. People who live in small towns are often more helpful and friendly than people who live in populated densely areas.
10. By passing sunlight through a prism, the light is separate into a spectrum of colors.