BÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚI

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BÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚIBÀI TẬP UNIT 1 LỚP 11 TIẾNG ANH MỚI BÀI TẬP UNIT – NEW ENGLISH 11 I Complete the statements about the generation gap and the family rules with the words below Make changes to the word form, if necessary childcare nuclear family table manners extended family conflict One disadvantage of living in a/an is that grandparents may see things from different viewpoints Children living with both parents in a stable tend to be more confident andindependent Some parents care a lot about the appropriate behaviour when having a meal with other people That is why they want to teach their children good from a very early age _ in multi-generational families are inevitable The biggest advantage of living in an extended family is that parents don't have to worry much about _ and housework Đáp án: an extended family nuclear family table manners Conflicts childcare II Complete the sentences using “should / shouldn’t, ought / oughtn’t” or “must / mustn’t, have to / has to” or “don’t / doesn’t have to” Your grandparents live far from us, so you SHOULD talk to them on the phone regularly I can watch TV and play computer games on Sunday because I HAVE TO go to school that day You are going to a concert, so you OUGHTN'T to wear your old jeans I MUSTN'T stay overnight at my friend’s house My parents are very strict about this You SHOULDN'T stare at the computer screen for too long It is really bad for your eyesight I HAVE TO go home now to finish my homework You OUGHT to talk to your grandparents more often so that you can understand them better My grandparents live in the suburbs, so whenever we visit them, we HAVE TO take a bus You SHOULD become more responsible by sharing the housework with other people in our family 10 She HAS TO stay at home to look after her children because there is no one to help her III READING The generation gap refers to the difference in attitudes or behaviour between a younger generation and the older one In my opinion, different attitudes towards life, different views about certain problems, and a lack of communication can cause a generation gap in most societies The first factor is that parents and children generally see things from different perspectives Choosing a career is a good example for this Many parents try to impose certain careers they favor on their children, based on their own perceptions However, young people don’t always understand their parents’ points of views Instead, they prefer to be free to make their own decisions on their future career Another factor lies in differences in musical tastes, fashion, and political views between young people and their parents For example, having a pierced nose might be viewed as fashionable by some teens, but for many parents, it is considered to be an act of rebellion against social norms Some parents may also find their children’s behaviour unacceptable and disrespectful to traditional values The major factor causing the generation gap is lack of communication between parents and their children Parents tend to be dominant and not to trust their children to deal with crises Also, they keep talking too much about certain problems That is the reason why young people seldom reveal their feelings to their parents When facing problems, young people prefer to seek help from their classmates or friends The above mentioned factors could lead to a generation gap In order to bridge the gap between the old generation and the younger one, mutual understanding is the vital key The wisest solution would be for parents and their children to treat each other as friends How many causes of the generation gap are mentioned? A B C How young people usually react when their parents impose career choices on them? A They want to make their own decisions B They follow their parents’ advice C They try to understand their parents’ goodwill What parents often think about nose piercing? A They think that it is acceptable B They think that it is fashionable C They think that it is against social norms What young people often when they face problems? A They share the problems with their parents B They ask their classmates or friends for help C They ask their parents for help What would be the best way to narrow the generation gap? A Parents and children should try to be friends and understand each other B Parents should be tolerant and let children what they want C Children should follow their parents' advice What is best title for the passage? A Generation Gap Consequences B How to Solve Generation Gap Conflicts C Causes of Generation Gap IV Complete the sentences without changing their meanings My parents never let me forget to my homework My parents always remind to my homework They think that it is a good idea for me to voluntary work They think that I should voluntary work They always refuse to allow me to stay overnight at my friend’s They never let me stay overnight at my friend’s They insist that I should come home at o’ clock every night They make me come home at o’ clock every night My mother expects me to work as a teacher like her It is my mother’s wish that I should work as a teacher like her It is very important for us to well at school We must well at school I can go out with my friends at weekend I am allowed to go out with my friends at weekend It is not necessary for me to agree with everything my parents say I don’t have agree with everything my parents say IV Read and answer the questions: THE GENERATION GAP IS DISAPPEARING Despite complaints about the widening generation gap in modern iociety, in an increasing number of households the generation gap is shrinking or disappearing thanks to changes in parents’ attitudes and behaviour Parents also want to be closer to their teenage children A lot of parents have changed their approach to discipline Instead of forcing their children to things in a very controlling way, parents try to reason with their children and explain what they expect them to and why It is also true that family members have become more open to each other Topics such as sex and drugs, which used to be avoided in family conversation, are now more common In addition, parents nowadays are more youthful in appearance and attitudes It is common to see parents joining in activities such as rollerblading or in-line skating with their children Moreover, the most important factor is that more and more parents and teenagers have found some common interests They may share the same tastes in music, films, or other forms of entertainment Some people worry that when the generation gap is disappearing, children may have less respect for their parents and the older generations This may happen; that is why parents always need to be alert and interfere if they notice any danger signs Why is the generation gap disappearing in many families? Because there have been changes in parents’ attitudes and behaviour What parents often when asking their children to something? They try to reason with their children and explain what they expect them to and why What is an example that shows more open communication among family members? Topics such as sex and drugs are now more common What is the most important factor for the disappearance of the generation gap? More and more parents and teenagers have found some common interests Why people worry that the generation gap is disappearing? Because they think their children may have less respect for their parents and the older generations V Put the correct forms or tenses of the verbs in the blankets I’m busy right now I (prepare) AM PREPARING dinner The houseplants (grow) HAVE GROWN very fast because he (water) WATERS them every day My father sometimes (do) DOES the cooking Everybody in the family (enjoy) ENJOYS the meal he cooks I think Tam (get) WILL GET the job She has a lot of experience Be quiet! Your dad (listen) IS LISTENING to the news It (not take) WON'T TAKE him much time (do) TO DO the laundry because he has a washing machine Mai and I have decided to have a party We (invite) WILL INVITE (or) ARE INVITING lots of people "I'm catching the 7.00 train." ~ " So am I I (give) 'LL GIVE you a lift to the station." Mai (not/study) IS NOT STUDYING very hard at the moment I (not/think) DON'T THINK she’ll pass the exam 10 He hates (wash) WASHING dishes after dinner, and sometimes (break) BREAKS a bowl or a plate VI Change the following sentences into passive form: They are going to build the house next month The house is going to be built next month They don’t use this house very often This house is not very often used (by them) Santa Claus gave children presents on Christmas Eve Children were given presents on Christmas Eve by Santa Claus (or) Presents were given to chidren on Christmas Eve by Santa Claus Do they teach French in this school? Is French taught in this school? Miss Thanh Is teaching me to draw the Christmas cards I am being taught (how) to draw the Christmas cards by Miss Thanh Will they make a lot of beautiful toys from recycled plastic? Will a lot of beautiful toys be made from recycled plastic? He didn’t write any novels two years ago No novels were written by him two years ago VII Complete a mother's advice to her 16-year-old daughter, using should/shouldn't and ought/oughtn't Your grandparents live far from us, so you talk to them on the phone regularly You are going to a concert, so you _ to wear your old jeans You stare at the computer screen for too long It is really bad for your eyesight You _ to talk to your grandparents more often so that you can understand them better You _ become more responsible by sharing the housework with other people in our family Đáp án: should : Ông bà sống xa chúng ta, nên thường xuyên nói chuyện với họ qua điện thoại oughtn't: Con xem hồ nhạc, ko nên mặc quần jeans cũ shouldn't: Con ko nên nhìn vào hình máy tính q lâu Nó có hại cho mắt ought: Con nên nói chuyện với ơng bà nhiều để hiểu họ rõ should: Con nên trở nên có trách nhiệm việc chia sẻ việc nhà với người khác gia đình VIII Complete the sentences, using must/mustn't, have to/has to or don't have to /doesn't have to I can watch TV and play computer games on Sunday because I go to school that day I _ stay overnight at my friends' house My parents are very strict about this I go home now to finish my homework My grandparents live in the suburbs, so whenever we visit them, we _ take a bus She stay at home to look after her children because there is no one to help her Đáp án: don't have to: Tơi xem TV chơi điện tử vào chủ nhật tơi ko phải học hơm mustn't: Tơi ko thể ngủ qua đêm nhà bạn Bố mẹ nghiêm khắc việc must/have to: Tôi phải nhà hoàn thành tập have to: Ơng bà tơi sống vùng ngoại ơ, lần đến thăm họ, phải xe bus has to: Cô phải nhà để chăm sóc khơng có giúp Mình có đủ tập (cả trắc nghiệm tự luận ) cho khối 10 – 11 – 12 thí điểm Mọi người cần liên hệ nhé! Email: huongduongh217@gmail.com ... thành tập have to: Ơng bà tơi sống vùng ngoại ơ, lần đến thăm họ, phải xe bus has to: Cô phải nhà để chăm sóc khơng có giúp Mình có đủ tập (cả trắc nghiệm tự luận ) cho khối 10 – 11 – 12 thí... school? Is French taught in this school? Miss Thanh Is teaching me to draw the Christmas cards I am being taught (how) to draw the Christmas cards by Miss Thanh Will they make a lot of beautiful toys... two years ago No novels were written by him two years ago VII Complete a mother's advice to her 16 -year-old daughter, using should/shouldn't and ought/oughtn't Your grandparents live far from
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