Đáp án Anh văn Thi thăng hạng GV 2018-1

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Noi dung on tap Tieng Anh Cau true de thi gom 40 cau (45 phut), trong do co:
- 25 cau hoi o Part 1
- 1 bai dien tu (10 cau) 0 Part 2
- 1 bai doc hieu (5 cau) 0 Part 3
Part 1. Choose the word or phrase that best completes each of the following sentences.
1. My wife looks _ my daughter.
(AFTER / LIKE)
2. We love ____
very much.
EACH OTHER/
SPORTS/ YOU....)
3. You`ll_
yourself a lot of time if you take the car.
(TAKE)
4. Mark has a doctor’s
tomorrow morning.
(APPOINTMENT)
5. My uncle`s office is on_
(HUNG VUONG STREET/ THE SECOND FLOOR..../)
6. He`s_
intelligent than his sister. (MORE/ MUCH MORE)
7. Did you enjoy yourself at the party? Yes, I had a good _there. (TIME)
8. _of my friends
can speak French very
well. (MOST/ SOME/ ALL/ A LOT OF/ LOTS...)
9. Mary works at a supermarket. She _ $5
an hours. (EARNS/
MAKES/ IS PAID)
10. The students have
got____news about
their exams.
(GOOD/ BAD/ SOME/... )
11. Most of the students
are_to pass the
examination.
(EXPECTED/ ABLE/ TRYING/ EAGER...)
12. _____ Janet
lately? (HAVE YOU SEEN/MET/TALK ED WITH....)
13. He is sitting at his _____.
(DESK/ CHAIR / SEAT/ OFFICE...)
14. Every one has his own ______.
Mine is collecting
stamps. (HOBBIES)
15. I am very busy. I have very little ____ time.
(FREE)
16. I`d like him_
me a packet of cigarettes.
(TO BRING/ TO BUY/TO GIVE/TO SEND/ TO HAND)
17. They`ll certainly come_them.
(IF YOU CALL/ IF YOU ASK/ IF YOU
INVITE....)
18. He directed that no one _____
eat before sunset.
(COULD)
19. “If a thing isn’t
_____,” he said,
“I can’t give it away.”
(MINE)
r >
dat dau sai roi
20. Since the beginning of the storm, several trees _____down.
(HAVE FALLEN/ HAVE COME)
21. The headmaster
_several
announcements.
(MADE/ HEARD/ WAS LISTENING TO)
22. - Have you read his new book? - Yes, it’s
_interesting
than his first four
books. (MORE)
23 - You look tired. -
Well it was_
that I feel like going
to bed. TIME
24. Most students
_hard for the last
few weeks. HAVE
STUDIED/ HAVE WORKED/HAVE TRIED
25. Mike is very _______of his
new car. FOND
26. “How’s your
sister?”
“ _____ ” SHE`S
FINE
27. May I_____
your newspaper for a
minute? BORROW/ READ/ USE
28. He wants to ________a phone
call to his family.
MAKE
29. I rang him up at last night, but he was not in, so I left a ____
MESSAGE
30. I saw Ann
yesterday, and he _______that he
didn’t want to come
with us. SAID
31. I want some bread. Is there ______ left?
ANY
32. Will you
______ me your
pen for my
examination this
afternoon? LEND
33. The shops
close______
Saturday afternoons. ON
34. That is
____unusual stamp
. AN
35. Please, don’t
______ to put
stamps on the letter I gave you to post.
FORGET
36. The box is too
heavy_ to
carry. FOR ME/ HIM /HER /THEM
37.
Could you
_____me how
much your husband earns a month?
TELL
38. Nobody likes to
pay ______
prices. THOSE/ THE
39. Your __________
makes wonderful bread. (MỘT NGƯỜI/ tính chất)
40. In the window was a special display of_____ clothes.
NEW /
FASHIONABLE
41. The house was locked, so_
could get in.
NOBODY/ NO ONE
42. What_
at ten o’clock yesterday? WERE
YOU DOING
43. The fire
_ out when
they were having
dinner. BROKE
44. She made
_ mistakes
on her last
examination. SOME
A LOT OF/ MANY
45. I don’t have
_ to do it.
INTENTION / TIME/ ENOUGH TIME
46. Jake_
the policeman that he got up at eight
o`clock. TOLD/
SAID TO
47. Could I
_ that pencil
for a moment? USE /
BORROW
48. Is this book
_? yes, it’s
mine. YOURS
49.
Can you
__________me to
the airport, please?
DRIVE / TAKE
LIKE
50. Cats
51. I know my ______ to school.
WAY
52. It’s an excellent ______ holiday.
SUMMER
53. It was fifteen minutes _____
eleven. TO/ PAST
54. On your birthday you usually receive _________
GIFTS /
PRESENTS
55. I am afraid Bob is
not in at the moment. Can I _______
message? LEAVE
A
56. Jack went out, but he didn’t tell
______where he
was going.
ANYONE/ ME
57. Tom, it’s raining heavily.
Don’t play ______ the rain.
IN
58.______ enough
time to talk to you
59. The robbers made all of them _____on the floor.
LIE
60. _____you
pass the salt,
please? COULD
61. As Abdul was
walking through the market, he suddenly felt very ____
COLD/
62. It is_
question. AN
EASY/ A DIFFICULT
63. My sister was born _IN
1973/ ON JUNE 5TH
64. His father is a very good friend of ____
MINE
65.
How ____ do you go to bank?
OFTEN
66. I live
__________my
mother and father.
WITH
67. It is not _____
that he came first. He’s been working veryhard. SURPRISING/ DOUBTFUL
68. Do you mind
____ with my
work while you are
getting tea ready? IF I
CARRIED ON
69. Her father is
fifty-seven years ___
OLD
70. Hurry, or we shall ------- the bus
. MISS
are
71. ”
the tickets?” ” I
think they’re 2 dollars
each.” HOW MUCH
72. "I`d like to make a ____ to 035-68926,
please" CALL
73. I have to


_______some
money from you. I
left
my
wallet at
home. BORROW
74.
Today’s
newspaper _
that the weather will
be fine all day. SAID
75. Mr. Brown
his
children to school
everyday. TAKES/
DRIVES
76. _sports
do you play?
WHAT / WHAT KINDS OF/ WHICH
77. We were _____
yesterday. THERE/ HERE / BUSY
78.
He works _____ than Tom
. HARDER/ BETTER
79. Robert is working at a bank_____
/V > ,
(Nơi chốn/ thời gian
80. He drank as ____
as he
could. MUCH
81. The_
of that shirt is $10.
COST
82. After a lot of
difficulties, he
_to open the
door. MANAGED
83. I want some bread. Is there ____
left?
ANY
84. I _my
brother`s car
yesterday, and I lost
the keys.
BORROWED
85. Do you always
____ people
what you really
think? TELL
86. Is it worth
waiting for a table in this restaurant or
shall we go_
else? SOMEWHERE
87. I am going to have a short rest as I _____ a headache.
HAVE/ AM HAVING
88. Sam ____
a package from his parents yesterday.
RECEIVED / GOT
89. The doctor made me ____ in bed for a week.
STAY
90. I have broken
my pencil. May I
borrow one of ____
? YOURS
91. He is one of the _____ in the world.
STRONGEST/ TALLEST/ BEST CHEFS/ MOST INTELLIGENT
92. I suppose it’s true. I don’t think you would____ me a lie. TELL
93. Bread,
and potatoes
cake
are
______ FATTENING
94. "The phone`s ringing. Could you _____ it?"
ANSWER
95. ”Is Dave in?”
”No, he’s out. Would
you like to leave a _____ ?”
MESSAGE
96. I ____ to
smoke, but I gave up. USED
97. He____
English with an American accent .
SPEAKS
98. He’s been in China_____ January.
SINCE
99. I’ve never met ____ kind of people as
Your family. AS/ SUCH
100. Last year Sam retired. He spend his
________ on an
expensive holiday.
PENSION
Part 2. Read the passage and choose the best word A, B, or C for each space.
C1. There WAS
(1)
a
bank robbery in
central London yesterday. Just before closing time yesterday, a man
(2)
ENTERED_
_ the Butcher Street Branch of the
National Westminster He was
CARRYING
Bank.
(3)
_ a shotgun, and (4) WEARING
a stocking mask (5) OVER_______his
head. There were only a few (6)
CUSTOMERS/PE OPLE in the
bank at the time. He made them (7) LIE on the
floor, and (8)
MONEY_
the sack.
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C2. BEARS.
in
The bear
BE.........
dangerous The adult
can (1)
........ a
animal. bear is
very strong and it can kill a person. Bears are good at
(2)
CLIMBING...........
........... trees and
they can run very fast. But they
cannot see well
and, (3)
LIKE...................
most animals, they
find food by using
(4)
THEIR................
..noses. There are
seven kinds of bear.
The (5)
LARGEST/BIGGE ST...................is
the white polar bear, which is almost three metres tall. There are two
kinds of black bear. (6)
.ONE.................
.lives in the forests
of North America, and the (7) OTHER..................
lives in
South-East Asia. But not (8)
ALL..................
....black bears are
black. They may be dark brown or a
reddish
brown.
Everyone loves the
black and white panda bear, which comes from China.
Not (9) MANY...
..............pandas
live in the forest today because (10)
IT................. is
to find
C3. Today, you
can (1)
FIND fast
food restaurants in
almost every big
(2) CITY_ .
In some places, you stand in a (3)
QUEUE
/LINE_ and
get a hamburger or a hot dog in a paper
box; (4) IN_
others you can pick up a tray of fish, chicken, pizza or
even Mexican and Chinese food; and in some (5) FAST food
places, you can even drive your (6)
UP_ to a
window and place
your order. A few
(7) MINUTES/ SECONDS l
ater a worker
passes you food
THROUGH_
the window
your
(8)
and
you can drive away
and eat (9) IT_in your
car.
In New York, Paris, Tokyo, Singapore and thousands of other cities (10)
AROUND_
the world, new fast food restaurants open everyday.
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C4. The history of horse racing. From the first history
books (1)
EVER................
.written, it is clear that horse racing
has always (2)
BEEN.................
an important sport. It started in Central
Asia about 4,500 years (3) .
AGO.................
and was a favourite
sport in both Greek and Roman times. Modern horse racing began when
Arab horses were brought to Europe
(4) IN................
the 12th century. At
first, races were long and (5)
BETWEEN.........
.... just two horses,
but at the beginning of the 18th century this changed. Races became (6)
MUCH
shorter
several
running
and had
horses against (7)
EACH..............ot
her. Today, horse
racing (8)
IS.......... watched
by more people
than (9). SOME
............ other sport
in the USA, except
baseball. It is also very popular in (10)
OTHER..................
. parts of the world.
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C5. Big cats. There
(1)
are
MANY
different kinds cats. They different (2) ..............size
of
are
IN
and
they do not look or act the same. Tigers are the biggest cats.
(3)
FROM...............h
ead to tail they can be 3.7m long. Most cats don’t like
water, (4)
BUT.................
tigers will often lie in a pool of water
when
IT............
Lions are ONLY....
(5)
.. is hot! the (6)
cats that stay together in large family groups. Several lions may
work together to get food for the group. They usually
(7) LIVE............
in flat, countryside they can see way and
open where a long easily
follow (8)
OTHER............
... animals. (9) ALL............. cats
need good eyes, because they catch smaller animals for their food. They
also need to be fast, and (10)
VERY...............
.......strong.
Part 3. Read the
following passage
and answer the questions below.
C1. Most people are afraid of sharks, but they usually do not know very
much about them. For example, there are 350 kinds of sharks, and all of
them are meat eaters. Some sharks are very big. The whale shark is 50 to
60 feet long. But some sharks are very small. The dwarf shark is only
6 inches long.
Sharks are 100
million years old. In fact, they lived at
the same time as dinosaurs. Today, sharks live in every ocean in the world,
but most sharks live in warm water. They keep the oceans clean
because they eat sick fish and animals. Most sharks have four to
six rows of teeth. When a shark’s
tooth falls out
another tooth
moves in from
behind. Sharks do not have ears.
However, they
“hear” sounds and movements in the water. Any sound or movement
makes the water vibrate. Sharks can feel these
vibrations, and they
help the sharks find food. Sharks use their large eyes to find food, too. Most
sharks see best in low light. They often hunt for food at dawn, in the
evening, or in the middle of the night. Scientists want to learn more about
sharks for several reasons. For
example, cancer is common in many
animals, including people. However, it is rare in sharks. Scientists want to
find out why sharks almost never get cancer. Maybe this information can
help people prevent cancer too.
1. Many people are afraid of sharks because .......ALL
OF THEM ARE MEAT EATERS.
2. Sharks are important because
....... THEY
CONTRIBUTE TO THE CLEANING OF THE OCEAN/
THEY KEEP OCEAN CLEAN
3. What happens when a shark’s
tooth falls out?
ANOTHER TOOTH MOVES
IN FROM
BEHIND
4. Sharks can find food because .....
THEY CAN FEEL VIBRATIONS AND SEE WITH EYES.
5. Sharks hunt for food at night because ......
THEY SEE BEST IN LOW LIGHT.
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C2. When you put a letter into the postbox, do you know what will
happen to of all, a will come to collect
it? First postman in a van all the
mail from it. The mail is collected at fixed times, usually once in the
afternoon. These collection times are shown on each postbox. The van
will then take the mail to the nearest post office. The mail going to
places in the same district will be put together. A
machine will chop
the stamps so that they can not be used again. Then postmen will
arrange the letters into bundles and pack them into their postbox. The work
of a postman is not easy. He often has to get up very early. He has to work
outdoors in all the weathers. He must
be strong in order to carry his heavy
postage. He
sometimes has to read bad writing. Can you read
address on this envelope? It is very difficult for the postman to deliver
mail quickly and correctly when addresses are not written clearly. Do
you know the proper way to send a letter? If you are writing to someone
in Hong Kong, you should use a white envelope. If you want to send a
letter to a country outside Hong Kong, you should use an envelope
bordered by red and blue stripes. Also you should write the name and
address clearly and correctly on the envelope. Letters and small parcels
can be posted in postboxes or at a post office.
However, you must
take larger parcels to a post office. It costs more to send a heavy parcel than
a light one. also
expensive to mail overseas.
It is
more
send
1. When
collected
postbox?
is mail from a
USUALLY ONCE IN THE AFTERNOON.
2. How do we know the collection
times? THEY ARE
SHOWN ON EACH POSTBOX.
3. What does a
machine do to the
mail collected in a
post office? THE MACHINE WILL CHOP THE
STAMPS./ IT PUTS A CHOP ON THE STAMPS.
4. What does the
writer think about a postman’s work?
HE HAS TO
WORK IN ALL WEATHERS/ HE HAS TO WORK
IN GOOD AND BAD WEATHER.
5. What kind of envelope should
you use when you send a letter to a local address? A
WHITE
ENVELOPE
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C3. If you ever go into a house in Japan, you must remember to take
off your shoes. These would
damage the fine straw mats which
cover the floor. The room in most Japanese houses are usually large. In the
middle of the room there may be a low table with small flat cushions around it.
Many houses have no furniture in their rooms. Perhaps you can see a bowl of
flowers or a long silk painting on one of the walls. Visitors are given a
small cup of green tea. You may be surprised to see that there are no
bedrooms. The Japanese unroll
their beds and pull them on the floor
when
tired.
people
before
they feel Japanese take a bath
their
evening meals. Most houses have one large bath for the whole family.
However, no one washes in the bath! They wash
themselves before
they go into the big bath. The water is very hot. But the Japanese are used
to having hot baths. After the bath, they put on a loose robe
and eat evening meal.
their
1. When you enter a Japanese house, you should
.....TAKE OFF
YOUR SHOES.
2. Rooms in many houses have .....A
BOWL
FLOWERS/
LONG
PAINTING.
OF
A
SILK
3. When Japanese people feel tired ....
THEY UNROLL THEIR BEDS
AND PUT THEM ON THE FLOOR.
4. Japanese people wash themselves
....BEFORE GOING INTO THE BIG BATH.
5. Visitors are given a cup of green tea because
.... IT IS A SIGN
OF
FRIENDLINESS
#####
C4. “Where is the university?” is a question many
visitors to
Cambridge ask, but no one can give them a clear answer, for there is
no wall to be found around the
university. The
university is the
city. You can find the classroom buildings, libraries, museums and
offices of the university all over the city. And most of its members are
the students and teachers or
professors of the thirty one colleges.
Cambridge was
already a
developing town
long before the first
students teachers 800 years grew up
and arrived ago. It by the
river Granta, as the Cam was once called. A bridge was built over the
river as early as
875. In the
fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
more and more land was used for college buildings. The town grew
much faster in the nineteenth century after the opening of
the railway in 1845.
Cambridge became a city in 1951 and
now it has the population of over
100,000. Many
young students
want to study at Cambridge.
Thousands of people from all over the world come to visit the
university town. It has become a famous place all around the world.
1. Why do most visitors come to Cambridge? TO
SEE
UNIVERSITY.
2. Around what time did the
university begin to appear? THE 13 th CENTURY
3. Why did people name Cambridge the “city of Cambridge”?
BECAUSE THERE IS A BRIDGE OVER THE CAM.
4. After which year did the town really begin to develop?
AFTER 1845
5. From what we read we know that now Cambridge is
..... VISITED BY
INTERNATIONA L TOURISTS.
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C5. People usually sing because they like music or because they feel
happy.
express
happiness
singing.
They
their
by
When a
bird sings,
however, its song usually means much more than
that the bird is happy. Birds have many reasons for singing. They sing
to give information. Their songs are their language. The most beautiful
songs are sung by male birds. They sing when they want to attract a
female bird. It is their way of saying that they are looking for a wife.
Birds also sing to tell other birds to keep away. To a bird, his tree or
even a branch of tree, is his home. He doesn’t want strangers coming
near him, so he sings to warn them. If a bird can not sing well, he
usually has some other means of giving information. Some birds dance,
spread out their tails or make other signs. One bird has a most unusual way
of finding a wife. It builds a small garden of shells and flowers.
1. What is one of the chief reasons why birds sing?
THEY WANT TO
GIVE
INFORMATION.
2. Which birds
sing the most
beautiful songs?
MALE BIRDS
3. What warning does a bird
sometimes sing? A
WARNING TO KEEP AWAY
4. What do most birds usually do if they cannot sing
well? GIVE THEIR INFORMATION
IN ANOTHER WAY.
5. What is one
bird’s unusual way
of attracting a hen
(FEMALE) bird? IT USES SHELLS AND FLOWERS
TO MAKE A GARDEN/ IT
BUILDS A
SMALL GARDEN
OF SHELLS AND FLOWERS.
#####
C6. Isn’t it amazing how much time we spend speaking about food? “Have
you ever
eaten.....?” , “What
did you have for lunch?” and so on.
And yet when you travel from one country to another, find that people
have quite different feelings about food. People often feel that what they eat is
normal and that what other people eat is strange or silly. In most parts
of Asia, for example no meal is completed without rice. In England,
people eat potatoes everyday. In the Middle East, bread is the main part of
every meal. Eating like so many things we do, becomes a habit which is
difficult to change. Americans like to drink a lot of orange juice and
coffee, the English drink tea four or five times
everyday,
Australians drink a large amount of beer and the French
drink
wine
everyday. The sort of meat people like to eat also differs from one country to
another. Horse meat is thought to be delicious in France. In Hong
Kong, some people enjoy eating
snakes. New
Zealanders eat
sheep, but they
never eat goal
meat. The Japanese don’t like to eat
sheep meat because of its smell, but they enjoy eating raw fish. So it
seems that although eating is a topic that we can talk about for hours,
there is common what we it.
very little sense in say about
People
everywhere enjoy eating what they have always eaten, and there is very
little we can change our eating habits.
1. In most parts of Asia people chiefly eat.....RICE
2. Americans like to drink
....ORANGE
JUICE
COFFEE
AND
3. The
prefer to
... .WINE
French
drink
4. In what part of the world is snake considered a great
delicacy? HONG
KONG
5. The Japanese eat .....RAW FISH
#####
C7. Every students in
countries
year
many
learn
English. Some of these students are young children. Other are teenagers.
Many are adults. Some learn at school, others study by themselves. A
few 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 people must work hard to learn another language. Many boys and
girls learn English at school because it is one of their subjects. They
study their own language, and
mathematics and
English. In Britain
or America, or Australia, many boys and girls study their own language,
which is and
language, French, or
English,
another
perhaps
German
or Spanish. 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
....ENGLISH IS LEARNED BY MANY KIND OF PEOPLE
2. Many people learn English by
.... WORKING
HARD ON THEIR LESSONS.
3. Many boys and girls learn English
because ....IT IS ONE OF THEIR SUBJECTS/ IT IS INCLUDED IN
THEIR STUDY COURSES.
4. In America or Australia many
school children study.... FRENCH,/ GERMAN,/SPANI SH
5. Many learn
because ..
USEFUL
adults
English
IT IS FOR
THEIR WORK/ IT HELPS THEM IN THEIR WORK.
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C8. Monika is a chalet girl. She works in the ski resort of Verbier in
Switzeland. She looks after groups of skiers. Her day always starts early.
She gets up at 5 o’clock in the
morning. At 5.30
she walks to the
shop and buys some bread for the guests’ breakfast. At 7 o’clock she
makes some coffee and takes it to the guests in bed. After breakfast the guests
chalet. She has a rest at about 11 o’clock. She
doesn’t make lunch
for the guests, so in the afternoon she normally goes skiing for about
three hours. At 4.30
the guests come back and have some tea, cakes,
and a glass of wine. Then Monica cooks the evening meal. Monica never goes
skiing on Saturday, because it’s always a very busy day. The guests leave in
the morning and then Monica has to clean the chalet. After that she goes
to the supermarket and buys food and other things for the week, before the
new guests arrive. Monica likes
working as a chalet girl, because she
meets a lot of different people. ‘But,’ she says, ‘it’s
a job, holiday.’
not a
1. As a chalet girl, Monica
WORKS IN A SKI RESORT/ LOOKS
AFTER GROUPS OF SKIERS.
2. Monica often ... GETS UP AT 5
O`CLOCK/ WALKS TO THE SHOP (tuy dchon dong tu co trong doan van)
3. Monica usually has a rest .... AT
ABOUT 11
O’CLOCK.
4. Monica doesn’t go skiing on
Saturday because
... IT’S ALWAYS A VERY BUSY DAY.
5. She likes working as a chalet girl ... BECAUSE SHE MEETS A
LOT
DIFFERENT
PEOPLE.
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OF
C9. Eating Habits in Britain and America.
Although British and Americans many things
the
the
have
in
common, including, of course, the English language, they also do many
things differently. This is especially true of their eating habits. Like many
Asians, who use chopsticks, and Indians, who use their fingers, most
Westerners use a knife and fork to eat their food with. In fact, the knife
and fork are used by a very small percentage of the world’s population.
So, why do Western countries use a knife and fork? One reason
may be because there is lot of meat in the normal Western diet. Of
course, it is possible to eat a piece of beef with the fingers, but
there is the risk of getting burnt. Also, eating a piece of meat with
chopsticks is, to say the least, difficult. In Europe, it is traditional to hold
the fork in your left hand and the knife in your right hand throughout the
meal. In America, however, people only use a knife and fork together at
the beginning of a meal. They first cut up their food into small pieces, using
the knife with their right hand. Then they put the knife down, transfer the
fork to the right hand and finish the meal using only the fork. It is not
known why
Americans do this with their knives and forks. One
suggestion is that it is done for practical reasons. The fork, rather than the
knife, is the most used piece of cutlery. Since most people are right
handed, it is sensible to keep the fork in the hand that can use it most
efficiently right hand.
the
1. Knives and forks are used
by.....A VERY
SMALL
PERCENTAGE OF THE WORLD’S POPULATION/
MOST
WESTERNERS.
2. Westerners use a knife and fork to
eat with
because.....THERE
IS LOT OF MEAT
IN THE NORMAL WESTERN DIET.
3.
Europeans.. ..HOL
D THE FORK IN LEFT HAND AND THE KNIFE IN RIGHT HAND
4. What do Americans do at the beginning of a meal? THEY
FIRST
THEIR
INTO
PIECES
CUT UP
FOOD SMALL / THEY
USE A KNIFE AND FORK
TOGETHER.
5. Many Americans use just their fork to eat food with because...MOST
PEOPLE ARE RIGHT HANDED.
C10. Words and
writing. Can you imagine a world without words? The
main way that we communicate with each other is by using words. We
can communicate either by speaking and listening, or by writing and
reading. With words we can give and receive
information, ideas,
orders and
instructions. People used writing to communicate about
7,000 years ago. At
first, they drew simple pictures to represent objects,
such as people and animals. Then people started to put pictures
together
represent
something
difficult,
more like a
sentence. The next step in the development of writing was to use
symbols, or signs. These symbols represented the sounds of words
and not their
meanings. Finally, people invented the alphabet from
which modern English comes in
about 1500 BC.
The people used a
set of symbols to represent the
sounds of a language. A circle
represented the sound ‘o’. They still use this symbol for the same sound
today.
languages
Many
are
written with letters
of
an alphabet,
including
Vietnamese.
1. People
communicate with each other using
....WORDS
2. The first kind of writing used simple
....PICTURES
3. In this kind of writing, the pictures represented
....SOMETHING
MORE
DIFFICULT/ A SENTENCE
4. A later
writing
symbols
represent
form of
used
to
....SOUNDS
(SOUNDS
WORDS)
OF
5. An alphabet is a set of letters that represent the
different sounds of
a ... LANGUAGE
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