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CẤU TRÚC VIẾT LẠI CÂU TIẾNG ANH LỚP 6-7-8-9 1. QUESTIONS WITH “HOW MUCH” What + be + the price of sth ? <=> How much + be + sth ? How much + do/does + sth + cost? a. What is the price of this watch? How much…………………………..? b. What is the price of your car? How much…………………………….? c. What is the price of his coat? How much…………………………….? d. What is the price of her hat? How much……………………………..? e. What is the price of these beautiful scarves? How much…………………………………………..? f. How much are these oranges? What is ……………………………..? g. How much is the pork? What is………………………………? h. How much do these dresses cost? What is…………………………………………..? i. How much does the petrol cost? What is ………………………………………….? j. How much is a cup of coffee? What is…………………………………………..? 2. QUESTIONS WITH “ HOW TO GET TO” Can you show/tell me the way to + a place? <=> Can you tell me how to get to + a place ? a. Can you tell me the way to the bank? ……………………………………………. b. Can you tell me the way to Chu Se post office? ………………………………………………………… c. Can you tell me the way to the station? …………………………………………………. d. Can you tell me the way to the pagoda? ………………………………………………….. e. Can you tell me the way to the bank? ……………………………………………….. f. Can you tell me the way to Ham Rong mountain? ………………………………………………………… ….. g. Can you tell me how to get to the bus station? ………………………………………………………… h. Can you tell me how to get to the bus station? …………………………………………………………. . i. Can you tell me how to get to Tan Son Nhat Airport? ………………………………………………………… …….. j. Can you tell me how to get to Uncle Ho’s Mausoleum? ………………………………………………………… ………… k. Can you tell me how to get to the Cao Ba Quat seconary school? ………………………………………………………… ………………….. l. Can you tell me how to get to Chu Se market? ………………………………………………………… 3. HAVE-THERE IS/ARE S + have <=> There is/are a. The café has a lot of tables. ……………………………… b. Theatre programmes usually have lots of information …………………………………………………………. c. London has more than fifty theatres. ………………………………………….. d. The garden has a swimming pool. ………………………………………. e. The system has both private and state schools. ………………………………………………….. f. My house has four rooms. …………………………….. g. There will be more than 8 billion people in the world in 2020 ………………………………………………………… ……….. h. There have been more robberies in this town recently. ………………………………………………………… …. i. There will be a lot of interesting TV programmes for people. ………………………………………………………… …… 4. ADJECTIVE + NOUN S + be + adj + noun <=> Noun + be + adj a. The national theatre has very comfortable seats. …………………………………………………… b. Our university has many large classrooms. ………………………………………………. c. These are very valuable paintings. …………………………………….. d. The book contains many beautiful illustrations. …………………………………………………... e. They are in unfavorable situations. …………………………………………. f. The university has got numerous outstanding professors. ……………………………………………………………. g. The tower of the church is high. ……………………………………. h. We have got a magnificent view from our window. ……………………………………………………….. i. The test they did was not easy. ………………………………… j. The house my parents bought is comfortable. ………………………………………………….. 5. WITH + NOUN- ADVERB S + V + with + noun <=> S + V + adv a. He handled the chinawares with care. …………………………………………. b. He delivers his lecture with eloquence. …………………………………………… c. The students listened to their teacher with great attention. ……………………………………………………………… d. They waited for the football match with excitement. ………………………………………………………….. e. The fishermen looked out to the sea with anxiety. ………………………………………………………… f. The candidates took their exam with impatience. ……………………………………………………… g. The sick people tried to endure the sufferings with impatience. ………………………………………………………………………. h. We received him with pleasure. ……………………………………... i. She kissed her teacher with thanks. ………………………………………. j. The boy rushed out of the room with horror. ………………………………………………… 6. IT + TAKES/TOOK… S + V + time <=> It takes/ took + (SO) + time + to_infi a. I accomplished this task in three months. ……………………………………………. b. Jane spends 3 hours a week sorting stamps. ………………………………………………. c. Any pictures that are taken will have to travel for 3 minutes before they reach the earth. ………………………………………………………………………………………………. d. She wrote the letter in 30 minutes. ………………………………………. e. John finished his essay in two hours. …………………………………………. f. I washed all these clothes in an hour. ……………………………………….. g. The flight to Moscow lasted three and half an hour. ……………………………………………………….. h. We spend five hours getting to London. ……………………………………………. i. The passengers spent one hour and a half to fly to HN. ………………………………………………………….. j. The engineers completed the construction work in 100 days. ………………………………………………………………….. 7. THE VERB “ MAKE” S + be + adj <=> S + make + O + adj a. Why was she late? What………………………………………….. b. The critics were strongly impressed by her performance. Her performance made ……………………………………. c. I am always nervous when I travel by air. Travelling…………………………………… d. He felt happy with the news. ………………………………… e. She felt happy with the toys. The toys made…………………………………. f. She heard the song and she felt homesick. The song made…………………………….. g. They were late because of heavy traffice. ……………………………………………… h. Nam’s sister is always sad when she sees that film. ………………………………………………………. i. He was successful thanks to his hard work. His hard work made…………………………. j. We work all day and we have no time to spare. Our work makes………………………………. 8. ADJECTIVE-ADVERB S + be + adj + noun <=> S + verb + adv a. They are fast typists. ……………………….. b. He is a fluent speaker. ………………………… c. Peter is a hard worker. ………………………….. d. Van is a good singer. ……………………….. e. They are fast runners. …………………………. f. Morgan is a slow driver. ………………………….. g. Tony and Bob are very good footballers. …………………………………………… h. We are lazy students. …………………………. i. Mary is an excellent dancer. ………………………………. j. They are frequent church goers. ……………………………………. 9.EXCLAMATORY SENTENCES S + be + adj <=> What + (a/an) + adj + n ! How + adj + S +be S + V + adv <=> How + adv + S + V ! a. She is a very graceful girl. What………………………………… b. How fast he run! He is……………………… c. The meal was excellent. What……………………………… d. This is a beautiful picture. What………………………………….. e. She sang very beautifully. How………………………………… f. What a sweet little girl! She…………………………….. g. What a great idea! That is………………………….. h. What a beautiful home you have! You………………………………………… i. How nice that Jane could come with you! It is……………………………………………… j. How nice she is! What a………………………. 10. TO LIKE- TO BE FOND OF S + like + sth <=> S + be + fond of sth a. I like detective stories. I am……………………. b. She likes drinking coffee. She is……………………… c. Children like sweets. Children are……………………….. d. The tourists like to lie on the beach sunbathing. The tourists ……………………………… e. We like to go camping in the mountains. We are…………………………………………….. f. Nobody is fond of liars. Nobody…………………. g. She is fond of watching the sunset. She…………………………….. 11. LET-ALLOW S + let + O + do sth <=> S+ allow + S.O + to do sth a. Bi let Ba keep the kitten. Ba allowed………………. b. The teacher didn’t let the class leave before 4:30. The teacher………………………………….. c. The police let the people enter the bank. The police…………………………….. d. Our parents let us do what we think we should. Our parents…………………………………… e. The boss disn’t let her have a day off. The boss……………………………. f. The national laws allow us to do private businesses. The national laws………………………………. g. Thay don’t allow outsiders to attend their meeting. They don’t………………………………… h. Thay don’t allow the students to smoke in class. They don’t …………………………… i. She will allow her son to engage in social activities. She will…………………………………… j. The weather didn’t allow people to celebrate the ceremony in the open air. The weather didn’t…………………………………………………… 12. THE VERB “ SUGGEST” FOLLOWED BY PRESENT SUBJ a. Let’s + V S + suggest + that + S + present subj b. In my opinion c. S + advise d. Why don’t you do sth? Or S + suggest + V_ing a. “Let’s go for a walk in the part,” said Ann. Ann suggested that…………………………… b. In my opinion you are not telling the truth. I suggested………………………………. c. “ I’d take a taxi if I were you”, said Peter. Peter suggested………………………….. d. The doctor advised me to take a rest. The doctor suggested………………………….. e. “ Why don’t you complain to the company, Peter?” said William. William suggested…………………………………………………. f. Why don’t you meet to discuss the pay offer? I suggest……………………………………… g. “Why don’t you go on a walking holiday?” Jane said. Jane suggested…………………………………………. h. “Why don’t you buy a food processor?” said Mary. ………………………………………………………… i. The policeman told us to fit new locks on the door. ……………………………………………………… j. “Why don’t you buy this picture as a wedding present?” said Nga. ……………………………………………………………………… 13. TO BE SUPPOSED TO a. It’s one’s duty to do sth <=> S + be + supposed to do sth b. S + be + thought to + V a. It is your duty to obey him. You are…………………………. b. Yogurt is thought to be good for you. Yogurt is…………………………………….. c. Swimming is believed to be good for our health. Swimming is……………………………………………. d. Exercise is thought to do us good. …………………………………………. e. Drinking alcohol is said to do us harm. …………………………………………………. f. It’s your duty to be on time. ………………………………….. g. Nobody wanted you to be hare. ………………………………………….. h. Everybody expected the flight to be on time. ……………………………………………………….. i. It’s your duty to help his parents with housework. ………………………………………………………………… j. People wanted the train to arrive at 6.00 The train was…………………………………… 14. PREFER- WOULD RATHER a. S + would prefer S + past subj S + would rather + b. S + like….better than.. <=> S + would rather… than…. c. S + prefer S + would rather + V. a. He would prefer you to tell him a story. He’d rather…………………………………… b. We’d prefer you not to smoke. We’d rather…………………………. c. Daisy likes to eat fish better than meat. ………………………………………………… d. They like to go to the zoo better than to the cinema. ………………………………………………………………. e. Peter likes to be a tractor driver better than to be a farmer. ……………………………………………………………………. f. We prefer to stay at home tonight. …………………………………………. g. Tony would rather watch sports on TV than play. Tony prefers…………………………………………………… h. Mr Ba likes to live in a city better than in the countryside. Mr Ba would rather……………………………………………… i. I like to be a worker beter than to be a farmer. ……………………………………………. j. He likes to be a supporter better than to be a player. …………………………………………………………….. 15. THE VERB KEEP/FIND + O + ADJ S+V+O <=> S + keep/find + O + adj S + find + it ( unreal object ) + adj + to_infi a. The heavy traffic annoys the residents. The residents find…………………………. b. We must clean and tidy our school. We must keep…………………………. c. Some visitors to Britain get depressed by the weather. Some visitors to Britain find……………………………………. d. Cark has no problems in marking friends. Cark finds it…………………………………… e. He found that it was difficult to tell them the truth. He found it……………………………………………….. f. English pronunciation confuses us. We find……………………………… g. We think that learning English grammer is easy. We find…………………………………………………. h. The office work doesn’t allow us to rest. The office work keeps………………………. i. We shouldn’t pollute our environment. We should keep………………………….. j. Her words embrrassed us. We found………………………. 16. TOO + ADJ + TO_INFI. AND SO…..THAT a. S + be + too + adj + to_infi <=> S + be + so + adj + that + ( S + can’t + V_infi ) b. S + V + too + adv + to_infi <=> S + V + so + adv + that + ( S + can’t + V_infi )
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