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Bài tập đọc hiểu tiếng anh ôn thi vào 10 thpt

READING – ĐỌC HIỂU
I / 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. 225 meters
3. What were some people in South Africa killed by?
      A. earthquake                    B. high water              C. high wind               D. property
4. What does the word “survivors” in the passage mean?
      A. people who were dead                         B. people who are left alive.
      C. house which aren’t destroyed              D. offices which are rebuilt.
5. All of the following statements are true Except _______.
        A. Only in Asia the tsunami 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.
II/ Đọc kỹ đoạn văn và chọn phương án đúng ( ứng với A, B, C hoặc D ) cho mỗi chỗ trống từ câu 36 đến 40.
                 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 muchB. how many     C. how                              D. what  
III/ Chọn đáp án thích hợp điền vào chỗ trống trong đoạn văn.
   Christmas is my favorite holiday. I enjoy (1) ……. Christmas cookies and planning parties. I sending cards and hearing from old friends. I love seeing children open their (2) ……on Christmas morning. Most of all, I love one special custom that we have in our family. On the night before Christmas we (3) ….. in warm clothing and go from house to house in our neighborhood. At each house, we (4) …... Christmas songs.
    Then we go to a hospital or a home for elderly people and we sing there. We want to let people know that we care about them. Afterward, we come home and drink hot chocolate by the (5) ….. I love this!

  1.  A. bake       B. baking      C. to bake                          D. baked
  2.  A. presents B .gifts          C. offers                            D. Both A and B
  3.  A. wear       B. put on       C. dress up                        D. get
  4.  A. sing        B. shout        C. cry                                D. speak
  5.  A. fireworks B. fireplace C. light                              D. firecrackers
IV/: Đọc đoạn văn và chọn đáp án thích hợp cho mỗi thông tin ở dưới.
    In the USA, people celebrate Mother’s day and Fathers day. Mother’s day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May. On this occasion, mother usually receives greeting cards and gifts from her husband and children. The best gifts of all American Mom is a day of leisure. The majority of American mothers have outside jobs as well as housework, so their working days are often very hard. Flower is an important part of Mother’s day. Mothers are often given a plant for the occasion, particularly if they are elderly.
    Father’s day is celebrated throughout the USA and Canada on the third Sunday in June. The holiday customs are similar to Mother’s day. Dad also receives greeting cards and gifts from his family and enjoys a day of leisure.
  1. Where do people celebrate Father’s day and Mother’s day?
A. In Viet Nam.                B. In the world.                 C. In many countries.           D. In the world.
  1. When is Mother’s day celebrated?
A. On the second Sunday in May.                              B. On the third Sunday in June.
C. October 2nd                                                            D. March 8th.
  1. Do the majority of American mothers have to work hard every day?
A. No, they only do the housework.                           B. No, they don’t have a job.
C. Yes, they do.                                                          D. No, they don’t.
  1. What is an important part of Mother’s day?
A. Gift                                                                        C. Flower
B. Present                                                                    D. All are correct.
  1. Where is Father’ day celebrated?
A. In the world.                                                           B. In the USA and Canada.
C. In many countries.                                                  D. No information.
V/: Chọn đáp án điền vào chỗ trống trong đoạn văn sau.
   There is a park (23)… my house . I usually go there to play (24)… my friends . Many people go to the park every day but it is most crowded (25)….Sundays and holidays . People go there to rest on the cement benches . They enjoy the cool breeze and like to listen to the twittering (26) … the birds . (27)… the park they can rest and get away (28)… the noise (29)… the city (30) … a hard day work.
23. A. next            B. near       C. in front                                D. to the right
24. A. with            B. to          C. of                                        D. in
25. A. at                B. in           C. on                                       D. for
26. A. of                B. by         C. form                                    D. into
27. A. At               B. In          C. On                                       D. Under
28. A. for              B. from      C. up                                       D. in
29. A. at               B. of           C. on                                       D. with
30. A. before        B. after       C. between                              D. at
VI/: Đọc và chọn đáp án thích hợp cho các thông tin ở dưới.
Kristine has been invieted to an American home for a party. She has been in United states for only a week, and she is happy that her classmates has invited her over.
When Kristine arrives at the party, there are very few pwople there. As she take her coat off, she notices her American host talking to a tall man in a brown sweater. As they speak, Kristine see her host take one step ans then another backward. The man in the brown sweater take two steps forward.
Kristine notices that her American host is smiling with her mouth closed; Kristine senses that something is wrong. Fascinted, she watches them. Then she sees the host srep back again; the man in the brown sweater, smiling at the time, takes two steps forward again. Can this be some kind of dance?
Finally the host catches Kristine’s eye, ans, smiling at the man in the brown sweater, says, “Excuse me. I must greet my new guest”.
When the host comes over to welcome Kristine, she says “You came jusr in time. I’m glad to see you!”
31. A. Kristine is going to a wedding party.
      B. Kristine is a new comer.
      C. Kritine isn’t from the United States.
      D. Kristine isn’t fond of going to parties.
32. When Kritine is at the party, ……..
      A. there are a lot of people there.                                    
      B. only a few people are there.
      C. only the host and a man in a brown sweater are there.
      D. the host take her into the house.

33. Kristine notices that ……..
      A. the host stays close to the person she speaks to.
      B. the host keeps a distance from the person she speaks to.
      C. the man in the brown shirt doesn’t mind the distance.
      D. the man in the brown shirt is impolite.
34. The host ………
      A. isn’t very happy with the man in the brown sweater.
      B. isn’t very friendly.
      C. doesn’t want to talk to the man.
      D. doesn’t smile.
35. What we learn from this text?
      A. We should keep a distance when we talk in the United States.
      B. We should be smiling as a guest.
      C. We shouldn’t be a guest in the United States.
      D. We shoudn’t talk to the man in the brown sweater.
VII /  Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in the following passage (1.6 pts)
Mr. Brown and some (23) __________________ conservationists are on a very dirty beach now. Today they are ready to make the beach a clean and beautiful place again. After listening to Mr. Browns instructions, they are divided (24) ____________ three groups. Group I needs to walk along the shore. Group 2 should check the sand, (25) _________ group 3 has to check among the rocks. Garbage must be put into plastic bags, and the bags will be (26) __________ by Mr. Jones. He will take the bags to the garbage (27) _________. Each member will be given a map to find the right place. They won’t eat the picnic lunch (28) __________ by Mrs. Smith until the whole area is clean. (29) _________ are eager to work hard so as to refresh this (30) ________ area.
23. A. voluntary                      B. volunteers               C. volunteering           D. volunteer
24. A. in                                  B. to                            C. into                         D. onto
25. A. or                                  B. and                          C. because                   D. though
26. A. selected                        B. chosen                    C. collected                 D. elected
27. A. dump                            B. yard                        C. area                         D. place
28. A. happened                      B. provided                 C. achieved                 D. shown
29. A. Them all                       B. They all                  C. All them                 D. All they
30. A. spoiling                        B. spoil                        C. spoiled                    D. spoils

VIII /  Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.(0.8 pt)
     It is estimated that about 200 million people who use the Internet computer network around the world. The Internet allows people to work at home instead of traveling to work. The Internet allows businesses to communicate with customers and workers in any part of the world  for the cost of  a local telephone call. E.mail allows users to send documents, pictures and other data from one part of the world to another in at least 5 minutes. People can use the Internet to do shopping. This save a lot of time. It is possible to use the Internet for education – students may connect with their teachers from home to send or receive e.mail or talk their problems through “on-line” rather than attend a class.
47. The Internet allows people .................................................
A. to stay at home and rest    B. not to work  C. to travel to work     D. to work at home
48. To a business, the Internet is .................to communicate with customers.
A. a cheap wayB. a very expensive way  C. an inconvenient way    D. a difficult way


49. E.mail can be used to send .................................................
A. documents  B. information             C. data                        D. all are correct
50. To use the Internet for education is .............................
A. impossible  B. possible                               C. inconvenient                       D. difficult
IX / Read the passage and choose the best answer                       
For many people the language of the internet is English. “World, Wide, Web: Three English Words” was the name of an article by Michael Specter in the New York Times a few years ago. The article went on to say: “If you want to take full advantage of the Internet, there is only one real way to do it: learn English.”
            In general, It is not difficult to learn to use Internet services. But although Internet services are rather easy to use, you will have considerable difficulties if you are not familiar with English. In fact, knowledge of English is one of the most important aspects that help you use the Internet.
            Learning to use a new Internet service may take a few hours, a few days, or some weeks, but it takes years to learn a language so that you can use it fluently and confidently. Of course, when you know some English, you can learn more just by using it on the Internet. But at least your English should be good enough to understand commonly used words and to know what to do on the Internet.
29/ This passage talks about
  1. using the Internet.                         C. The role of English on the Internet.
  2. Learning English.                          D. Services of the Internet.
30/ The opposite of the word advantage in the passage is
  1. unadvantage.         B. Inadvantage C. Disadvantage        D. imadvantage
31/ The word it  in the passage refers to
  1. English.                 B. The service.            C. The Internet.          D.A language.
32/ Which of the following is NOT true?
  1. Internet is serviced widely.
B. Using a language fluently will not take you several years.
C. English is very necessary on the Internet 
D.We learn English by using the Internet. 
33/ The word commonly in the passage is closest in meaning to
  1. widely.      B. Successfully           CNecessarilly.             D. Normally.
X /  Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
New Year is one of the most important (23) ____________ in the United States. On New Year's Eve, most people go to the parties. At twelve o'clock (24) ____________ night, everyone says "Happy New Year" and they (25) _____________ their friends and relatives good luck. New Year's Eve is usally a long night to this holiday children (26) __________ as witches, ghosts or orthers. Most children go from house to house asking for candy or fruit. (27) ___________ the people at the house do not give (28) _____________ candy, the children will (29) ___________ a trick on them. But this (30) __________ ever happens. Many people give them candy or fruit.
23. A. festivals B. meetings C. contests D. courses
24. A. on B. at C. in D. for
25. A. dream B. greet C. wish D. congratulate
26. A. wear B. dress C. put on D. take off
27. A. Whether B. So C. Although D. If
28. A. they B. them C. their D. theirs
29. A. say B. tell C. play D. speak
30.A. hardly B. hard C. soon D. always

XI /  Read the passage and then decide whether the statements that follow are True or False. Write True or False in your answer sheet:
Daddy,
I am writing this to tell you how much you are missed and loved. I will always remember that day - my wedding day. You were standing there with tears in your eyes while I was walking towards my groom. You gave me a hug, and the feeling that you never wanted to let me go. But at last I had to leave you and start my new life... a moment in time that lasted forever. I now have children, Dad, but I will always be your little girl! Happy Father's Day.
39. This is a letter written by a daughter to her father.
40. The father in the letter is not loved much.
41. The man did not let his daughter go at last.
42. The writer of this letter hasn't got any children.
XII /  Read the text below. For questions 26 - 30 you are to choose one best answer (A), (B), (C), or (D) to each question.
During the teenage years, many young people can at times be difficult to talk to. They often seem to dislike being questioned. They may seem unwilling to talk about their work in school. This is a normal development at this age, though it can be very hard for parents to understand. It is part of becoming independent, of teenagers trying to be adult while they are still growing up. Young people are usually more willing to talk if they believe that questions are asked out of real interest and not because people are trying to check up on them. Parents should do their best to talk to their son or daughter about school work and future plans but should not push them to talk if they don't want to. Parents should also watch for the danger signs: some young people in trying to be adult may experiment with alcohol or smoking. Parents need to watch for any signs of unusual behavior which may be connected with these and get help if necessary.
26. This is from a
   A. parent's handbook                      B. teenage magazine
   C. school timetable                 D. children's book

27. What is the writer trying to do?
   A. to be amusing                    B. to be helpful
   C. to be questionable              D. to be sorry

28. Why do adults sometimes find teenagers difficult?
   A. because most teenagers are quiet.
   B. because teenagers don't want to talk to their parents.
   C. because teenagers think adults are not honest.
   D. because most teenagers hate adults.

29. When can you expect a young person to be more talkative than usual?
  A. When people talk to them because they are really interested and not yet checking up on them.
  B. When adults give them a lot of money to spend.
  C. When adults talk to them about something other than their work in school.
  D. When adults talk to them about alcohol and smoking.

30. Some teenagers experiment with drinking or smoking because
  A. they regard it as a mark of adulthood.
  B. women like a smoking and drinking man.
  C. cigarettes and alcohol are cheap.
  D. cigarettes and alcohol are available everywhere.



XIII/ .Read the passage and choose the correct answer:
            Among the festival celebrated by some of Asian people is the Moon Cake Festival, also known as the Mid-August Festival. Large number of small round moon cakes are eaten on this day, and chidren enjoy carrying colorful paper lanterns come in all shapes; the more popular ones are shaped like fish, rabbits and butterflies. According to them, the moon shines bightest on the night of the Moon Cake Festival. As the moon rises, tables are placed outside the house and women make offerings of fruit and moon cakes to the Moon Goddess.
1.What does the passage mainly discuss ?
A.Festivals      B.Rice-cooking festivalC.Lunar new year     D.Mid-August Festival
2.The phrase “ Mid-August Festival” can be replaced by ................................. .
A.Mid-Autumn Festival                                             
B.Early-Autumn Festival
C.Late-Autumn Festival                                            
D.Autumn Festival
3.What types of food do Asian people usually eat on this day?
A.cakes           B.sticky-rice cake                   C.fruit             D.fruit and moon cakes
4.When does the moon shine brightest ?
A.the night before the Moon Cake Festival   
B. the night after the Moon Festival
C. the night of the Moon Cake Festival         
D.the following night
5.What is NOT mentioned in the passage ?
A.paper lanterns          B.moon shines             C.mooncakes   D.lion-dancing
B.True(T) or Flse(F) or Not Given(N.G):
1.Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated in Asia.                    .................
2.It happens in late August                                                 .................
3.Children like carrying colorful paper lanterns.                .................
4.People can eat moon cakes in the garden.                       .................
5.The moon shines brightest on that night.                         ................
XIV/ .Choose A,B,C or D to complete the following passage:(2 ps)
            I believe that it is(1)........ to wear uniforms when students are at school. Firstly,(2)
....... encourage the children to take pride in being students of the school they are going to because they are wearing uniforms with labels bearing their school’s name.
            Secondly, wearing uniforms helps students feel(3)...........in many ways. they all start(4)...........the same place no matter they are rich or poor. They are really friends to one another under one roof.
            Last but not least, it is(5)........... to wear uniforms. It doesn’t take you time to think of what to wear every day.
            In conclusion, all students, from primary to high school should (6)..........uniforms.
1.A.importance           B.unimportance           C.important                 D.unimportant
2.A.uniforms               B.clothes                     C.shirts                        D.blouses
3.A.happy                   B.lucky                        C.equal                        D.interesting
4.A.in                          B.on                            C.at                             D.from
5.A.exciting                B.practical                   C.terrible                     D.fashionable
6.A.wear                     B.wearing                    C.to wear                     D.wore
B. True(T) or Flse(F) or Not Given(N.G):(1 ps)
1.Students should wear uniforms at school.                                ..............
2.They will be proud of labels bearing their school’sname.        ..............
3.To think of what to wear every day takes you much time.       ...........
4.Students in university should wear uniform.                             ..............
XV/.Choose A,B,C or D to complete the following sentences:(2 ps)
            My village is about 50 kilometers (1).... the city center. It is a very beautiful and
(2)......place where people (3).....flowers and vegetables only. It’s very famous for its pretty roses and picturesque scenery. the air is quite fresh; however, the smell of roses makes people (4).....cool. In spring, my village looks like a carpet with plenty of (5).....
Tourists come to visit it so often. Nowadays, with electricity, it doesn’t take the (6).....
much time to water the roses. And even at night, people can walk along the path and enjoy the fresh smell of the flowers.
1.A.on                         B.for                            C.from                         D.since
2.A.peace                    B.peaceful                   C.peacefully                D.quite
3.A.grow                     B.buy                          C.grew                        D.bought
4A.felt                         B.to feel                      C.feel                          D.feeling
5.A.colors                    B.colorful                    C.spots                        D.styles
6.A.villages                 B.towns                       C.villagers                   D.city-dwellers
B. True(T) or Flse(F) or Not Given(N.G):(1 ps)
1.The people in writer’s village plant flowers only.            .............
2.The village is very beautiful in spring.                             .............
3.People feel cool because of the smell of the roses.           ............
4.Visitors can also see many kinds of animals in that village.        .............
XVI/ .Read the passage and choose the correct answer.(1,5 ps)
There are at least 2,000 different languages in the world. Of all these languages, English is the most widely used. It is used by business people, airline pilots and sea captains all over the world. It is also the first language in sports and science. So it is very important to learn English.
Chinese is also an important language because it has th greatest number os speakers. There are not only over one billion people living in China today, but also many Chinese peopleliving outside China. Chinese is widely spoken in many parts of Asia and Africa. Russian is spoken in both Europe and Asia. French is widely understood in Europe and in parts of Canada, Africa and Asia.
From more than 2,000 languages, the United Nations has chosen six of them for business. They are Chinese, Arabic, English, French, Russian and Spain.
1.How many languages are there in the world?
A.less than 2,000        B.more than 2,000      C.more than 2,00        D.2,000
2.What is the first language in sport and science?
A.Chinese                   B.french                      C.Russian                    D.English
3.What language has the greatest number of speakers?
A.Chinese                   B.English                    C.French                     D.Russian
4.What languages are both spoken in Europe?
A.English-french         B.Russian-French        C.Chinese-Spain         D.English-Russian
5.What languages are chosen for business by United Nations?
A.Arabic-Chinese       B.English-French        C.Russian-Spainish     D.A,B,C are correct
B.True(T) or False(F) or Not Given(N.G):(1,5 ps)
1.Among 2,000 languages, English is the most widely used.        ...............
2.Russian is spoken in Africa.                                                        ..............
3.French is the first language in sports and science.                      ..............
4.Many languages are taught in high school.                                 ...............
5.Japanese is also chosen by the United Nations.                          ...............
XVII/ . Read the folllowing passage and choose the best answer for each blank:
running shoes
            Running is now very popular both as sport and as a way of keeping fit. Even if you only run a short(26)................once or twice a week, you(27)..............to make sure you wear good shoes. (28).............is a lot of choice nowadays in running shoes. First of all, decide how(29) ...............you want to(30)............... on your shoes. Then find a pair which fits you well. Be prepared to(31)............... different sizes in different types of shoes. Women’s shoes are made narrower(32)............. men’s and, although most women will find a woman’s shoe which suits them, there is no (33).............. why a woman can’t wear a man’s shoe. The same  is true for a man (34).............. a woman’s shoe fits you better, then wear it. Take your time in the shop. If you(35).................. a mistake and buy the wrong shoes, your feet will let you know.
26.A.distance              B.path                         C.line                           D.length
27.A.would                 B.should                      C.need                         D.must
28.A.It                        B.There                       C.This                          D.That
29.A.far                       B.long                         C.many                        D.much
30.A.spend                  B.buy                          C.charge                      D.pay
31.A.look                    B.ask                           C.try                            D.experiment
32.A.as                        B.like                           C.than                         D.from
33.A.fact                     B.reason                      C.knowledge               D.choice
34.A.since                   B.because                    C.so                             D.if
35.A.do                       B.make                        C.cause                        D.decide
XVIII/ . Read the passage and choose the correct answer.
            Well, I think that living in Bangkok is very exciting. I haven’t lived here all my life. My family came here when I was three. But now it is my home. Nearly all my friends live here.
            It is our capital city, and very big. From morning till night there are crowds of people on the main streets. Some part of the city are very noisy. I have a long journey to school everyday, but I don’t mind because it is so interesting. There’s always something happening in the streets. There are all kinds of people selling things – fruits, flowers, cooked food, clothes – everything you can imagine. I really enjoy the excitement of the crowded streets and large modern buildings. I love walking around the streets at the weekend with some other boys from my class.
36. when did the writer move to Bangkok ?
A. When he was three month years old.         B. At the age of three
C. When he was in grade three.                                  D. At the age of thirteen.
37. What does the word “main” in paragraph 2 mean ?
A.quiet            B.minor                       C.major                       D.clean
38. Why doesn’t the writer mind the long journey to his school ?
A. Because he travel by bus
B. Because he can see many interesting things in the streets.
C. Because he is selling fruits.
D. Because he can enjoy cooked food.
39. Which of the following sentences is not true ?
A. The writer was born in Bangkok.             
B. Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand.
C. The writer’s house is very far from his school.
D. Almost streets in Bangkok are crowded and busy.
40. Who does the writer walk around the streets at weekends with ?
A. his sister                 B.his brother   C.his cousins   D.his classmates
XIX/ . Read the passage carefully, then choose the corrert answers
         Every years in many countries learn English. Some of them are young children.Others are teenagers.Many are adults. Some learn at school. Others study by themselves. Afew learn English just by hearing the language in films, on television, in the office or among their friends . but not many are lucky enough to do that. Most poele must work hard to learn English.
       Why do all these people learn English? It’s not difficult to answer this question. Many boys and girls learn English at school because it is one of their subjects. Many adults learn English because it is useful for their work.Teenagers often learn English for their higher studies because some of their books are in English at the college or university. Other people learn English because they want to read newspapers or magazines in English.
       1. According to the writer, … … …
            a. only young poele learn English.
            b. English is useful only for university students.
            c. All  people learn English at school
            d. English is popular all over the world
        2. Most people learn English by … … …
             a. watching films
             b. hearing the language on television
             c. working hard on the lessons
             d. speaking English to their friends
       3. Many boys and girls learn English because … … …
             a. It is included in their study courses
             b. It’s useful for their higher studies
             c. it’s their own language
             d. they are forced to learn it
       4. Many adults learn English … … …
             a. in order to be able to read newspapers in English.
             b. because it helps them in their work
             c. because of their higher studies
             d. communicate with their colleagues in office
XX/. Read the following passage then answer questions 11-15. After each question there are four options marked A, B, C or D). Choose the correct answer by writing the corresponding letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet.
The word Jeans comes from a kind of material that was made in Europe. The material called  jeans was named after sailors from Genoa in Italy, because they wore clothes made from it. In the 18th century jean cloth was completely from cotton and workers at that time love wearing it because the material was very strong and it did not war our easily. In the 1960s, many university and college students wore jeans. Designers made different styles of jeans to match the 1960s’ fashion. In the 1970s more and more people started wearing jeans because they became cheaper. In the 1980s jeans finally became high fashion clothing, when famous designers started making their own styles of jeans, with their own labels on them. Sales of jeans went up and up . But in the 1990s the worldwide economic situation got worse , and the sale of jeans stopped growing. However jeans have never been out of fashion, and today young generation is still fond of wearing them.
Questions.
11. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The development of jeans                          B. Sailors from Genoa in Italy
C. The sale of jeans                                         D. The designers of jeans
12. The word “it“ in line 3 refers to.
A. clothes               B. material           C. cotton         D. cloth
13. In line 4 ,the word “wearing” can be replaced by.
A. turning on          B. calling on        C. putting on   D. going on
14. Which of the following statements is NOT mentioned?
A. Jeans were made from a kind of material.
B. Designers made different styles of jeans.
C. In 1960s many students wore jeans.
D. In 1980s, jeans have been out of fashion.
15. The author implies that ..................
A. Jeans have ever been out of fashion.        
B. Jeans have never been out of fashion.
C. Jeans have just been out of fashion.          
D. Jeans have already been out of fashion.

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