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Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 7 - Pearson [Unit 11]

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Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 7 - Pearson [Unit 11], gồm các phần: PHONETICS - VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR - SPEAKING - READING - WRITING và giải bài tập kiểm tra.

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A. PHONETICS
 
Rising intonation ↗ Falling intonation ↘
- Does a jet pack take a lot of space?
- Have you ever heard of bullet trains?
- Do you think we will use driverless cars  in the near future?
- Will pollution be much worse?
- What problems do you think future transport will have?
- What means of transport do you think will be used in the future?
- How fast can it travel?
- Why don’t many people use the personal hover scooter?
 
B. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR
 
I. 1. ride       2. got on    3. driving          4. got off            5. fly          6. exercise
   7. seat belt  8. train        9. sail          10. a traffic jam  11. parked    12. cycle 

II. 1. won’t        2. will             3. will         4. won’t        5. won’t
      6. will         7. will              8. will         9. will           10. won’t
 
III. 1. will  2. won't – will      3. will         4. will         5. won’t
 
IV. 1. will have    2. will eat     3. will meet          4. will get    5. won’t spend
       6. won’t rain  7. will go        8. will buy            9. will enjoy  10. will try
 
V. 1. his – yours – Mine                2. your – his 
     3. your – yours – Mine             4. your – yours – Yours – hers – My – Hers
 
VI. 1. d     2. h      3. j     4. a     5. e    6. i      7. c     8. b       9. g     10. f
 
VII.
Facts Opinions
- Light can travel at the speed of  300,000km/h.
- When Michelle does school projects,  she usually finds photos on the Internet.
- Nick goes online every morning.
- I’m sure robots will cook and clean for us, and we won’t do any housework.
- Machines will do everything, then we have nothing to do and get bored.
- I think people will have holidays on the  moon, but many people won’t go because it’s too expensive.
- In 20 years, computers will talk to all the machines in our houses.
- I think everyone will ride bikes, and people won’t drive cars any more.
- There won’t be many computers in schools, but we will have more robots.
- In the future, people will use driverless cars to go to work.
 
C. SPEAKING
I.
1.  Lisa:  Hi, Nick. I didn’t see you at the youth club yesterday. Where were you?
2.  Nick:  I went to Paris for the weekend with my parents.
3.  Lisa:  Great! Did you like it? Did you go by car and ferry? How long did it take?
4.  Nick:  It  was  really  great  –  or  ‘magtifique’  as  they  say  in  Paris.  We didn’t  take  the ferry, we went by Eurostar. There was a special offer.
5.  Lisa:  What did you do in Paris?
6.  Nick:  We went up the Eiffel Tower, then we had lunch in Montmartre.
7.  Lisa:  Did you take a boat trip on the Seine?
8.  Nick:  No, we didn’t. We didn’t have enough time.
 
II.
1.  Will there be regulations for flying cars? – Yes, there will.
2.  Will driverless cars be/ become popular in the next decade? – Yes, they will.
3.  Will there be more accidents in the sky? – No, there won’t.
4.  Will all vehicles use solar energy? – Yes, they will.
5.  Will there be a kind of train in the sky to carry a lot of passengers? – No, there won’t.
6.  Will driverless cars be able to prevent accidents? – Yes, they will.
7.  Will people use submarines to travel between undersea cities? –No, they won’t.
 
D. READING
I.
1.  It will make its first flight on 14 December this year.
2.  The plane will fly from the Isle of Man (an island between England and Ireland).
3.  It will fly to Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland.
4.  No, it won’t carry a lot of passengers because it is a small plane.
5.  The journey will take about 45 minutes.
6.  No, passengers won’t get any food or drink on the flight.
 
II.
1.  It takes about twenty-one hours.
2.  It is 4,500 kilometres per hour.
3.  The plane will fly at an altitude of over 10,000 metres.
4.  It will carry 300 passengers.
5.  A ticket for the flight from London to Sydney costs about £2,000.
 
III. 1. False       2. True       3. False        4. True         5. True
 
E. WRITING

Safe, environmentally friendly cars
1.  Cars  of  the  future  will  do  less  damage  to  the  environment  and  will  be  equipped  with better safety devices to limit the number of accidents and deaths.
2.  Engines could be powered by a rubbish-fuelled reactor – to makeuse of all the waste we produce.
3.  Petrol may be replaced by fuel cells which separate hydrogen from oxygen in water.
4.  They will have sensors to detect pedestrians and other cars andwill have air cushions inside and out.
5.  Vehicles can “talk” to each other to regulate flow; it means the end of traffic jams.
6.  Cars powered by fuel cells are already being developed.
7.  We will see this type of cars on the roads in twenty years.
8.  Environmental and safety improvements will become popular soon.
 
TEST (UNIT 11)
 
1. B     2. C       3. A          4. D         5. A       6. D         7. B       8. A     9. D  10. D
11. D     12. A    13. B        14. C     15. A          16. C      17. D   18. B  19. D  20. A
21. C     22. C     23. D         24. D    25. B         26. C      27. A    28. B    29. C  30. A
31. H/ Driverless car: a robotic vehicle that is designed to travel between locations without a human operator.
32. F/ Jet pack: a device, usually worn on the back, that are pushed by jets of escaping gases to let a single user to fly.
33. J/ Slidewalk: a moving pavement to support a large number of travelers.
34. A/ Environmentally friendly: not harmful to the environment.
35.  C/  Teleportation:  the  physical  body  disappears  from  one  location  and  reappears  in  a different spot.
36. I/ Solar cell: a cell that converts solar energy into electricity.
37.  B/  Solar-powered  aircraft:  an  aircraft  in  which  the  energy required  for  propulsion  is collected by panels of solar cells put on the wings.
38. E/ Monorail: a rail-based transportation system based on a single rail.
39. D/ Bullet train: a high-speed passenger train, as on certain routes in Japan.
40. G/ Flying car: an automobile that can travel on roads and can take off, fly and land as an aircraft.
41. What is the name of the spaceplane? – It’s Rocketship Three.
42. What is the producer? – The producer is Airbus.
43. When will the first flight be? – It will be in 2020.
44. How many passengers will it be able to carry? – It will be able to carry 6 passengers.
45. How long will the trip take? – It will take 25 hours.
46. How high will spaceplane fly? – It will fly at the altitudeof 110 kilometres.
47. How fast will the spaceplanebe able to fly? – It will be able to fly at the speed of 4,200 kph.
48. How much will a ticket cost? – It will cost £150,000.
49. Will people have a meal during the flight? – No, they won’t.
50. Will the spaceplane have any windows? – No, it won’t.
(Suggested answers: 51-60)
51. will not live    52. will go     53. will be/ become    54. will live    55. will not be
56. will be      57. will live   58. will be/ become   59. will not need  60. will fly/ travel
61. your    62. hers      63. your – my – Mine   64. yours         65. theirs –Their
66. True      67. False         68. True          69. False        70. True
71. AeroMobil is a beautiful flying car.
72. It can give you freedom to move.
73. It takes AeroMobil only about 15 minutes to change from a car to a plane.
74. As a car, it can fit in any standard parking space, use regular gasoline, and can be used in road traffic just like any other car.
75. It can also take off and land using any grass strip or paved surface just a few hundred meters long.
Driverless cabs
76.  The  computer-controlled  pods  will  take  you  wherever  you  want  along  a  fixed  route, whenever you want to go.
77. People can ride at the speed of 25mph.
78. There will be little wait for use of the cabs, which will leave from stations and will be accessed by pre-paid smartcards.
79. The cabs, which will travelon a 1.5m-wide track, will use 75% less energy per passenger than a car and 50% less than a bus.
80.  They  have  already  tested  160  driverless  cabs  since  2006,  and  many  investors  and politicians have supported the idea.
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