C. disappointing D. disappointedly 11. I have no intention ……………..any more money from you. A. to borrow B. of borrowing C. in borrowing D. A and B 12. He insisted …………….the manager. A. on seeing B. about to see C. to see D. on having seen 13. We ………………….another lecture by Professor Green soon. A. look forward to hear B. look forward to hearing C. look forward hearing D. look to hearing 14. She admitted ………………..the necklace. A. have taken B. having taken C. to take D. be taken 15. Tom regretted ……………….the second-hand car, it's useless. A. buying B. to buy C. about buying D. bought 16–20. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting. 16. She suggested that we could go swimming in the river that afternoon. A. could go B. swimming C. in D. that afternoon 17. Her husband objects to her buy the house without the approval of their lawyer. A. her buy B. the C. without D. of their 18. We insist of your leaving the meeting before any further conflict takes place. A. of B. your leaving C. before D. takes place 19. The professor is thinking to go to the conference on higher education. A. to go
B. the C. on D. higher education 20. The referee accused the footballer about playing sarcastically. A. referee B. the C. about D. playing 21-25. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage. Olympic Games are the most important international athletic competition the world. The Olympics bring together thousands of the world's finest athletes compete against (21) ……………in a variety of individual and team sports. Million of people have attended the Games and more than one billion people through the world (22)……… the Olympics on television. The 2000 Summer Games in Sydney, Australia, were the largest in the Olympic history, with athletes (23)…………… for medals in 300 events. Drug problems continued to cast a cloud over the Games. Several athletes were disqualified taking illegal drugs, including some athletes (24)…………. gave up medals after failing drug tests. Stars of the Games included Marion Jones of the United States track and field, Australian (25). ……..Ian Thorpe, Chinese diver Fu Ming and cyclist Leontien Ziljaard of the Netherlands. 21. 22. A. the other A. watching B. one another B. to watch C. other for C. watch D. others D. watched 23. 24. A. competing A. who B. to compete B. whose C. compete C. which D. competed D. whom 25. A. swimmer B. swimming C. swim D. swims 26–30. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C or D which has the same meaning as the given one. 26. “I'm sorry that I was rude to you yesterday, Lan,” said Nam. A. Nam was sorry that he was rude to Lan the day before. B. Nam was sorry that Lan had been rude to him the day before. C. Nam apologized to Lan for having been rude to her the day before. D. Nam apologized to Lan for being rude to her yesterday.
27. “No, I didn't steal your handbag!” the boy said to the old woman. A. The boy denied stealing the old woman's handbag. B. The boy denied not stealing the old woman's handbag. C. The boy refused to steal the old woman's handbag. D. The boy admitted not to steal the old woman's handbag. 28. Daisy said, “I don't want to do this assignment today. " A. Daisy avoided not doing that assignment that day. B. Daisy avoided not to do that assignment that day. C. Daisy avoided doing this assignme it today. D. Daisy avoided doing that assignment that day. 29. “You mustn't park your car here,” Paula said to her friend. A. Paula warned her friend to park his car here. B. Paula warned her friend not park his car there. C. Paula warned her friend against parking his car there. D. Paula allowed her friend to park his car there 30. Nam told me, "Shall we go to the cinema tonight?” A. Nam suggested going to the cinema that night. B. Nam suggested us to go to the cinema that night. C. Nam suggested going to the cinema tonight. D. Nam requested me to go to the cinema that night.