V. Complete the sentences with a verb from the box in the correct khuông.
1. Why didn’t you your bed this morning?
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2. I can’t come out now. I’m the cleaning.
3. Could you the dishwasher and put the things away, please?
4. It’s not fair. I breakfast yesterday. Nam should it today.
5. Look at this bin! Please the rubbish out now.
6. Mum, I’ve my room. Can I go out now?
7. Phong, the table. It’s nearly dinnertime.
8. A: Where’s Dad?
B: He’s the siêu xe. He always the siêu xe on Sunday morning.
V. Fill the gaps with the correct khuông of the verbs in brackets.
1. Ms Lan is not in the office today. She (work) at home page today.
2. “Where (you/come) from?” “I’m Italian - from Rome.’
3. “(you/ speak) French” “Just a little.”
4. Don’t forget your umbrella. It (rain) again.
5. “Can you help mạ with the dinner?” “Not now. I (watch) TV.”
6. In Viet Nam, children (look) after their old parents.
7. “Hi! What (you/do) here” “I (wait) for a friend.”
8. Can I look at the newspaper now? (you/read) it?
9. Can I phone you back? We (have) dinner.
10. Mr Long (work) in an office every day, but now he (help) his wife to lớn prepare dinner.
I. Read the passage, and decide whether the following statements are true (T), false (F), or not given (NG).
Career of the Year
Fourteen-year-old Ed Bond from London is this year's winner of the Young Career of the Year Award.
When he’s not at school. Ed looks after his mother, who is disabled and in a wheelchair. He also looks after his ten-year-old sister. He helps to lớn tự the washing and the cooking. ‘Ed’s great,’ says his father. ‘I have to lớn go to lớn work at six in the morning, sánh Ed has to lớn help his mother a lot. He doesn’t have to lớn tự the housework but he does it anyway. We worry because he doesn’t have much không tính phí time, but he doesn’t complain.’ ‘I want to lớn help.’ says Ed, ‘and anyway I don’t have to lớn tự sánh much at weekends because my dad’s at home page.’
T F NG
1. Ed helps to lớn look after his mother.
2. Ed’s mother can’t walk.
3. Ed’s father is also ill.
4. Ed is an only child.
5. Ed does all the shopping for the family.
II. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.
Family types vary in different countries and among different cultures. In Western, industrialized societies, the nuclear family ranks as the most common family type. It consists of a father, a mother and their children. But nuclear families exist together with many other types of family units. In the single-parent family, for example, a mother or a father heads the family alone. A blended family is formed when a divorced or widowed parent remarries. As divorce rates have risen, the number of single-parent and blended families has increased.
In many parts of the world, parents and children live together with other family members under the same roof. These complex families usually contain several generations of family members, including grandparents, parents and children. They may also include brothers or sisters and their families, uncles, aunts and cousins. Even when relatives tự not live together, they still consider themselves members of the same extended family includes grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins.
1. The nuclear family ranks as the most common family type .
A. an many industrialized countries B. in countries with nuclear weapons
C. that consists of more than thở two generations D. that leads to lớn the divorce of parents
2. In the single-parent family, .
A. there are often no children
B. only one parent lives with his or her child or children
C. the number of blended children has increased
D. children live with their grandparents
3. Grandparents, parents and children are mentioned as .
A. the three typical generations of an extended family
B. three branches of a family tree
C. the closest and happiest relatives in family units
D. a complex combination
4. The second paragraph is about .
A. American culture B. relatives and family members
C. the relationship between family members D. the extended family
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5. The word “blended” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to lớn .
A. complex B. married C. mixed D. formed
III. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.
The American family unit is in the process of change. In the first half of the 20th century, there were mainly two types of families: the extended and the nuclear. An extended family includes mother, father, children and some other relatives, living in the same house. A nuclear family is composed of just parents and children livingunder the same roof.
As the American economy had progressed from agricultural to lớn industrial one, people were forced to lớn move to lớn different parts of the country to lớn get good jobs. These jobs were mainly in the large cities. Now, in fact, three-quarters of Americans live in urban areas which occupy 2.5% of the national total land mass. Of the 118 million in the labour force, only 3 million still work on the farm.
Since moving for better jobs has often divided the extended family, the nuclear family became more popular. At present, 55% of the families in the US are nuclear families. But besides the two types of traditional family groupings, the family is now being expanded to lớn include a variety of other living arrangements because of divorce. There is an increase in single-parent families, in which a father or mother lives with one or more children. Divorce has also led to lớn blended families, which occur when previously married men and women marry again and combine the children from former marriage into a new family. There are also some couples who tự not want to lớn have children to lớn khuông two-person childless families.
1. A nuclear family is one that .
A. consists of father, mother, and children living in the same house
B. relatives live with
C. there are only grandparents, parents and their children living in
D. is bigger than thở extended family
2. The expression “under the same roof” means
A. a house with one roof B. a house with the roof the same as the wall
C. in the same building D. under the house
3. The nuclear family becomes more popular because of .
A. more divorces B. the division of the extended family
C. fewer jobs in big cities D. an increase in single-parent families
4. How many types of families have there been in the US since the first half of the 20th century?
A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five
5. A blended family is a newly-formed family .
A. with the combination of children of the two previously married father and mother
B. that has only father or mother living with children
C. in which there are no children
D. that there is only one couple living in with their newborn children
IV. Read the passage carefully, and tự the tasks that follow.
The Role of the Japanese Mother
The focus of the mother is her home page and family, with particular attention to lớn the rearing of children. While most Japanese believe that a woman's place is in the home page, women làm đẹp almost 40 percent of the labor force. More than thở half of these women are married. Many mothers with small children work only part-time sánh they can be home page when their children are not in school. The extra income earned by the mother is often used to lớn meet the cost of their children's education.
Japanese mothers take the responsibility of their child's education and upbringing very seriously. They seldom confront their preschool children because they want to lớn foster an intimate, dependent relationship. The purpose of this approach is to lớn get the child to lớn obey willingly with the mother’s wishes and to lớn shape the child's behavior over a long period of time. The close nature of the mother-child relationship and the strong parentalcommitment help to lớn provide a strong foundation for the child's entry into elementary school.
Mothers are involved directly in with the child's school. Each day a notebook is sent back and forth between mother and teacher remarking on the child's mood, behavior, health, and activities both in school and at home page. Mothers attend PTA meetings usually twice a month and are involved with school committee's working on special projects such as gardening and hot lunch preparation. School is a very stressful and competitive process sánh the Japanese mother concentrates all her efforts on getting her children through sánh they can get accepted into the appropriate universities.
Task 1: Match a word in column A with its definition in column B, writing the answer in each blank.
Task 2: Read the passage, and then decide whether the statements are true (T) or false (F).
6. Most Japanese women are housewives.
7. Taking care of children and bringing them up are of great importance to lớn
8. Japanese mothers tend to lớn be very strict to lớn their children at home page.
9. Japanese mothers and teachers work together for the children's study
progress and comfort at school.
10. The Japanese mother concentrates all her efforts on getting her children
through, sánh the atmosphere at home page is very stressful.
Rearrange the sentences in order to lớn make a meaningful conversation, writing the letter (A-H) in each blank.
1. ___ A. Nam: It’s not only for our mother's benefits but it also makes us more independent when we have grown up.
2. ___ B. Nam: Besides cleaning and cooking, my mother also does a lot of other things around the house although she goes to lớn work.
3. ___ C. Nam: I agree with that saying. All of us take it for granted that our mother is responsible for doing all the housework.
4. ___ D. Nam: Besides the relationship, we enjoy a friendlier atmosphere in our home page all the time when we attend to lớn each other.
5. ___ E. Mai: So does my mother. My father, my brother and I try to lớn share the burden sánh that my mother can follow her own interests.
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6. ___ F. Mai: I’ve just read a saying about household chores, Nam. It’s “Housework is what a woman does that nobody notices unless she hasn't done it.”
7. ___ G. Mai: It’s very useful for our future life. And I think we will have better relationship when we share household chores with one another.
8. ___ H. Mai: Yeah, when we come home page from school, our house is clean and tidy and lunch or dinner is ready for us to lớn eat.