Anh 11 chương trình SGK mới Unit 1

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Unit TEST I – Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined A – attitude A – objection A – privacy B – casual B – obey B – pierce C – financial C – impose C – advice D – change D – forbid D – activity II – Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others A – elegant A – beneficial B – argument B – conservative C – compassion C – experienced D – comfortable D – responsible III – Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences Different people may have different towards clothing because there are no global standards A – ways B – attitudes C – thinking D – behaviors Teenagers is the period which is full of excitement, experiments and A – conflicts B – violence C – enjoyment D – opposing She considers people to be the products of the values and _of the society they live in A – norms B – requirements C – situations Conflicts or fighting between parents also have a negative safety and security A – act B – power D – behaviors on children’s sense of C – impact D – force C – Fatherhood D – Fatherland 10 is the state of being a father A – Father B – Father-in-law 11 According to the school regulations, you _go to school on time on the weekday A – should B – must C – have to D – can 12._Children break the rules, or quarrel with parents A – must B – mustn’t C – have to D – don’t have to 13 “You come back home before curfew, or you’ll get punishment, son.” A – should B – shouldn’t C – must D – don’t have to 14 We fun things together as a family on a regular basis A – should B – mustn’t C – shouldn’t D – have to C – must D – mustn’t 15 You spit in any situation, or anywhere A – have to B – don’t have to IV – Fill in each blank in the passage with the correct word from the box, there are some extra words disapproval impact reaction situation misunderstanding personality devices technologies Generation gap is a problem of many people, and almost everybody experiences it Every generation has (16) MISUNDERSTANDING, conflicts and problems with other generations Every next generation understands the modern world better They study new (17) TECHNOLOGIES better and faster than previous generations Be sure that your child understands everything and knows a lot about modern life Parents think that they know everything about the world and want to save their children from negative influence of the world and society in particular They want to prevent negative experience of their children But just the opposite things happen The protest is the (18) REACTION of teens on such care But what should be done to maintain positive atmotsphere in the family? First of all, parents should understand that their child is a well-formed (19) PERSONALITY that has his/her own needs Some of these needs should be satisfied You must explain to your child what is wrong A happy and understanding family is always ready to support a child And a child should always remember that its parents are the only people whom it can always rely on Parents are the only people that will help you in any (20) SITUATION V – Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage Generation Gap Generation gap is a popular (21) _used to describe the wide differences between members of younger generation and their older A generation gap exist when older and younger people don’t understand each other (22) _their experiences, their opinions, habits, behaviour and life conditions Generation gap can exist between two, or even three generations in a family, between mature and immature generations Firstly, there are some different opinions between parents and children of their career, education and love People live in the old society always think they should (23) _everything for their children from selections of primary school to job, and then finding a wife or a husband for their children There are many things children want but their parents think (24) are unnecessary That causes misunderstanding and (25) gaps Secondly, the young generation thinks differently from the old generation does They can be affected by many new fashion (26) Life is more modern now, so fashion like recreation, entertainment, clothes, and hairstyle has to be changed to become more (27) _ for busy life The young generation likes listening to pop, rock, hip hop music, but the older generation likes listening to classical music, folk songs There are always gaps between generations Next, the older generation has more experiences than the younger: they know what is right, what is wrong but the younger will comment, deny everything without any experiences (28) , in some cases, the young generation makes foolish mistakes because of having no experiences In short, parents seldom listen to their children and children always think parents are so strict and conservative To shorten these distances or to (29) _this big barrier, parents and children should sit together and talk or discuss like friends The young generation can learn experience from the old ones, and the old generation need to refresh their (30) _ to receive the new lifestyle If everyone can that, the gap will be filled 21 A – name B – term C – description D – way 22 A – owing B – in spite of C – because of D – with 23 A – make B – put C – change D – arrange 24 A – which B – what C – those D – that 25 A – makes B – crosses C – does D - leaves 26 A – situation B – occasions C – modes D – leaves 27 A – avaiable B – suitable C – corresponding D – accustomed 28 A – So B – However C – With the result D – As a result 29 A – clear away B – clear off C – clear up D – clear out 30 A – brains B – minds C – heads D – bodies VI – Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question It is generally accepted that teenage is a difficult period of life for the teenagers and evenfor the parents Frequent fighting over the most trivial thing is one main characteristic of every household with a teenager Parents expect their children to come back home earlier What parents consider the reasonable time limit is not accepted by their teens Curfew and time restriction become one of the main reasons for fights Teenage is a time when a lot of kids want to show their independence The problem arises when parents, fearing the safety of their teens, often refuse to give them their own bikes or motorbikes This, of course, leads to more fights A decrease in grades due to increasing difficulty level of school work, newer sujects, more socializing is very common among teens but their parents are not sympathetic Parents try to impose studying rules and insist that their teens finish their homework before going out This makes the situation worse That chidren spend too much time on the phone is one complaint that most parents have The age of smartphones has ensured that kids put their smartphones above almost everything else Parents, however, worry that teens spending too much time on their phones lose out on family time and real human interaction, beside harming their eyes Teenagers develop a taste for unhealthy but delicious fast food, while parents belive that a growing body needs proper nutrition As cold drinks, burgers and pizzas replace wholesome home cooked meals, parents worry Moreover, teenage is a time when kids become more and more conscious of their weight and body image To achieve the ‘ideal’ thin body type, girls often starve themsleves and skip meals Of course, this also leads to a lot of arguments between parents who try to convince their daughters that proper meals are more important than being thin 31 Teenage is a difficult period of life for both the teenagers and the parents because A children always the most trivial things in every household B parents expect their children to come back home as they would like to C children spend too much time on their phones, talking to their friends D parents don’t undrestand what their children think and believe 32 Children would like to have their own bikes or motorbikes A To satisfy their parents B To show their independence C Lose out on family time and real human interaction D To avoid curfew and time restrictions 33 All of the following are the result why there is a decrease in grades EXCEPT A Sympathy from parents B Newer subjects C Higher level of school work D Social life 34 Parents belive that A Teenagers love unhealthy but delicious fast food B Children should have a good shape rather than proper nutrition C A growing body requires proper diets and nutrients D Cold drinks, burgers and pizzas become more popular 35 The main idea of the passage is A Different tasted between parents and children in food B Common reasons why teenagers fight with parents C Curfew and time restriction on children D Development of physical and mental aspects during teenage VII – Complete the sentences withou changing thei meanings 36 My parents expect me to speak in a polite voice to other people It is my parents’ wish that I SHOULD SPEAK IN A POLITE VOICE TO OTHER PEOPLE _ 37 I am expected to get home by curfew I should GET HOME BY CURFEW 38 I can visit my classmates at the weekend I am allowed TO VISIT MY CLASSMATES AT THE WEEKEND _ 39 My parents never let me ask for things in the supermarket My parents always refuse TO ALLOW ME TO ASK FOR THINGS IN THE SUPERMARKET 40 It is likely to be more effective to have a few clear and specific rules than a long list A few clear and specific rules ARE LIKELY TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE THAN A LONG LIST _ TEST I – Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined A – childcare A – afford A – compassion B – privacy B – force B – progess C – mature C – top C – discussion D – elegant D – norm D – pressure II – Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others A – studious A – curfew B – respectful B – conflict C – financial C – control D – extended D – homestay III - Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences A child comes to his parents to see that they _his needs, desires, and ambition A – agree B – respect C – admire D – worry Children learn from how they see their parents _: when parents are getting along well, their relationship support their child’s development A – involve B – influence C – affect D – interact Knocking on closed doors before entering can be a great way for children to practice behaviors A – respecting B- respectful C – respective D – respected Parents should teach children about by establishing a rule about knocking on closed doors before entering A – loneliness B – care C – privacy D – peace 10 Going into any argument, both sides know that either one is going to change the other’s A – head B – mind C – brain D – feeling 11 During the examination, students keep silent and focus on their own papers A – need B – can C – might D – have to 12 We _make decisions together about what to for special events such as birthdays A – should B – shouldn’t C – have to D – don’t have to 13 Parents ask too many questions about where children go and what they A – should B – shouldn’t C – must D – mustn’t 14 You discuss family issues with all family members, including children A – must B – mustn’t C – have to D – don’t have to 15 You put the knife in your mouth – it’s very dangerous A – have to B – don’t have to C – must D – mustn’t IV – Fill in each blank in the passage with the correct word from the box There are some extra words Familiar popular significant foreign upset embarrassing meaningful disrespectful Today’s generation lives and breathes technology The child’s toy are likely to be electronic in nature, such as computer games to teach letters and numbers The older generation grew up in a time when handwritten letters meant something and texting was a (16) FOREIGN word Grandparents are usually going to be (17) UPSET if the children are texting at the dinner table or checking their smartphone email during a movie or family reunion This is seen as (18) DISRESPECTFUL to others in the room Older people not understand the social networking phenomenon and many are disturbed by the lack of privacy with which the younger generation lives Privacy seems to have (19) SIGNIFICANT meaning for today’s children and even adults Most young people change careers at least once it not more often during a lifetime, and freelancing is becoming a (20) POPULAR alternative to the nine-to-five working week Younger family members can be “permanent students”, looking for more and more education V – Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage Generation gap refers to the difference in the ways of thinking and perception in the people of two different generations which results in behavioral differences, and sometimes, (21) between them In other words, it is the difference in the thinking of the people of the older and the younger genereations that creates the (22) of understanding between them The most common example of generation gap is seen in the family between parents and their children It is not only because of the gap in age but also because of the way parents (23) _to a particular situation Advancement technology has led to the generation gap in this modern world Children tend to spend most of their time with their digital devices and busy with social media that they not discuss their problems with their parents The Internet (24) solutions to most of the problems that children needn’t ask their own parents for help, (25) _the communication and leading to a generation gap Generation gap occurs not only between parents and children but also between teachers and students Students are likely to enjoy the classes of an open-minded teacher, who shows mutual (26) to the students The teachers, who tend to keep their student under unnecessary strict disciplines and practise hard ways to make them obey the orders, are usually disliked by the students This narrows minded thinking, especially (27) _in the teachers of the older generation, eventually creates a gap between the students and teachers Another difference is the use of technology Young teachers tned to use more digital devices in class for their lessons that has a good (28) _on the students Students take more interest and participate actively in the class discussion An old teacher has (29) frequent use of electronic devices that makes lessons boring, which is not enjoyed by the students and it creates a gap between them To (30) the generation gap, parents or teachers must be close to their children They should show interest and give time to the children, have open communication, and allow the child to feel free in all the situations 21 A – opposition B – wars C – conflicts D- sympathy 22 A – lack B – shortage C – failure D – miss 23 A – behave B – react C – change D – experience 24 A – sets B – allows C – shows D – provides 25 A – reduce B – to reduce C – reducing D – being reduced 26 A – respect B – politeness C – benefit D – friend 27 A – watched B – met C – seen D – considered 28 A – impact B – force C – power D – act 29 A – fewer B – more C – less D – much 30 A – give up B – reduce C – make D – leave VI – Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question Generation Gap: Causes and Solutions Parents have a common complaint that their children after a certain age tned to disrepect them They look for more freedom and enjoy the company of their friends rather than staying at home These all are the changes when the kids grow from teenagers to adulthood This is the time when they want to be treated as big but the parents still consider them small They want to take their own decisions but they can’t because parents are there to take any important decisions about their children So these issues sometimes creates a problem and this is when the generation gap comes in There are a lot of activities which interest the kids more but parents are not willing with it Instead of arguing with children and avoiding the discussion, it will be good that parents take a step forward and talk to their children Parents are the best friend of their children as they act as both good parents and friends As parents have spent a large amount of their time with their kids, so it is necessary that parents understand what their children are saying and how it can affect their life Any suggestions coming from parents can never be wrong, so teenagers should trust in them as they always want their children to progress in life Communication is the best way to bridge the gap and find a perfect solutin Parents should sit with their children and talk about their needs so that parents know their children’s expectations Parents can also listen to their problems and look for a solution which is best for them Parents mustn’t force them to anything without interest but make them aware of their duties so that they it willingly As you’re dealing with teenagers, you need to keep yourself in their situation and then think about it If parents feel that their children are disrespecting, they then tell that if their children want respect, they need to give it to other people too This is a lifetime lesson which they need to learn as it is not limited to their home but also when they go out and work in any organization Children must understand their limitations If they go beyond that, it will be difficult for them It is the duty of the parents that they make their kids understand the limitation and define a boundary for them This is one of the benefit of the children so that they know what is right and what is wrong for them 31 One of the main reasons of the generation gap is that A Children can make their own decisions B Children were not able to make their own decisions C The problems of the generation gap to be small D Children are being treated as a child 32 Teenagers should trust their parents because _ A Parents are their best friends and they always want their children to make progress B Children understand what they are saying and what can affect their life C Parents always treat their children as they are still young, and listen to them D Parents have spent a large amount of their time at work and at home with their kids 33 In order to bridge the generation gap, one can all of the following EXCEPT _ A Parents should have chats with their children to know their children’s expectations B Parents should listen to their children’s problems and look for a solution C Parents don’t have to force children to anything without interest D Parents should make their children aware of their duties so that they it willingly 34 In order to solve the problems of disrespect from children, parents should show that A Children should go out more often and work in any organization B If children want respect, they need to show it to their parents too C Parents are not willing with their children’s inapropriate activities D Parents are there to take any important decisions about their children 35 One of the solutions to the problem of the generation gap is that A Parents make their children know their limitations and their own boundary B Parents must understand their limitations and define a boundary for them C Children should know what is right and what is wrong for both parents and children D Children realized that if parents go beyond their limitations they’ll have problems VII – Complete the sentences without changing their meanings 36 Children can take part in the rule-making process Children are allowed TO TAKE PART IN THE RULE-MAKING PROGRESS 37 It is useful for many families to write down a set of rules about how family members are expected to behave Many families find IT USEFUL TO WRITE DOWN A SET OF RULES ABOUT HOW FAMILY MEMBERS ARE EXPECTED TO BEHAVE 38 Many parents think it’s a good idea to make the rules public by sticking them on the fridge Many parents think that they THEY SHOULD MAKE THE RULES PUBLIC BY STICKING THEM ON THE FRIDGE 39 It is necessary for young children to get supervision and support to follow family rules Young children will NEED TO GET SUPERVISION AND SUPPORT TO FOLLOW FAMILY RULES 40 It is important for a family to have rules about safe behaviours, including rules about alcohol use, dating and curfew A family must HAVE RULES ABOUT SAFE BEHAVIOUR, INCLUDING RULES ABOUT ALCOHOL USE, DATING AND CURFEW ... care C – privacy D – peace 10 Going into any argument, both sides know that either one is going to change the other’s A – head B – mind C – brain D – feeling 11 During the examination, students... the (18 ) REACTION of teens on such care But what should be done to maintain positive atmotsphere in the family? First of all, parents should understand that their child is a well-formed (19 ) PERSONALITY... can C – might D – have to 12 We _make decisions together about what to for special events such as birthdays A – should B – shouldn’t C – have to D – don’t have to 13 Parents ask too many
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