Nhiệm vụ bài học là số điểm tối thiểu mà em cần đạt được để có thể:
- Xem được đáp án và lời giải chi tiết của bài học.
- Mở khóa bài học tiếp theo trong cùng Level hoặc mở Level tiếp theo.
Nếu chưa vượt qua được điểm nhiệm vụ, em phải làm lại bài học để rèn luyện tính kiên trì cũng như sự cố gắng nỗ lực hoàn thành bài tập, giúp kỹ năng làm bài được tốt hơn.
Lưu ý:Với mỗi bài học bạn chỉ được cộng điểm thành tích 1 lần duy nhất.Công thức tính điểm thành tích:
Tỉ lệ % = (số đáp án đúng / tổng số câu hỏi) * 100.
Điểm thành tích:
* Với bài làm có tỉ lệ đúng > 80% : +5 điểm
* Với bài làm có tỉ lệ đúng >= 70% và <= 80% : +3 điểm
* Với bài làm có tỉ lệ đúng >= 60% : +2 điểm
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Read the passage below and choose one correct answer for each question:
Recreation is the use of time in a non-profitable way, in many ways also a therapeutic refreshment of one's body or mind. While leisure is more likely a form of entertainment or rest, recreation is active for the participant but in a refreshing and diverting manner. As people in the world's wealthier regions lead increasingly sedentary lifestyles, the need for recreation has grown. The rise of so-called active vacations exemplifies this trend.
Recreation, play, and fun are not the preserve of humans; nearly all creatures indulge in this to some extent. Play is essential for the development of skills, the most basic of which are motor skills in young creatures.
The choice of hours for recreation is, for employees, restricted by the requirements of, and agreements with, the employer (working time), and for students by school hours. For people with their own business it is also restricted by the requirements of the work, such as the opening hours of the business based on wishes of customers, laws, and customs.
The weekend is usually a time for recreation. Holidays are also a common time for recreation, though recreation may take place at virtually any time. Recreation commonly occurs during an individual's discretionary time.
Traditionally Olympics, music and dance serve as recreation in many cultures, as do sports, hobbies, games (playing) and tourism. Watching TV and listening to music are common forms of recreation, or rather leisure.
1. What is the difference between leisure and recreation?
A. Leisure is active for the participant but in a refreshing and diverting manner, recreation is more likely a form of entertainment or rest.
B. Leisure isn’t likely a form of entertainment or rest, recreation is active for the participant but in a refreshing and diverting manner.
C. Leisure is more likely a form of entertainment or rest while recreation is active for the participant but in a refreshing and diverting manner.
D. Leisure is more likely a form of entertainment or rest, recreation isn’t active for the participant but in a refreshing and diverting manner.
2. The word wealthier line 4, paragraph 1, could best be replaced by _____________.
3. The choice of hours for recreation for employees is _______________ .
A. restricted by the requirements of, and agreements with the employer.
B. restricted by the requirements of the work.
C. restricted by the requirements of, and agreements with the students.
D. restricted by the requirements of, and disagreements with the employer, and for students by school hours.
4. The word occurs in line 3, paragraph 4, could best be replaced by ___________ .
5. Weekends and holidays are ______________ .
A. common forms of recreation.
B. the use of time in a non-profitable way.
C. an individual's discretionary time.
D. a common time for recreation.
Read the following passage and choose the best answer for each blank:
Before the (1)__________ of the postage stamp, it was difficult to send a letter to (2)_________ country. The sender paid for the letter to travel in his or her own country. Then the person in another country paid (3)_________ that part of the trip. If a letter crossed several (4)___________ , the problem was worse.
Rowland Hill, a British teacher, had the idea of a postage stamp with glue on the back. The British post office made the first (5)__________ in 1840. They were the Penny Black and the Twopence Blue. A person bought a stamp and put it on a letter. The post office (6)__________ the letter. When people (7)_______ letters, they didn’t have to pay anything. The letters were paid. Postage stamps became universal in Great Britain immediately. Other countries started making their postage stamps very quickly. Today post offices in every country sell beautiful stamps. (8)_________ stamps is one of the cheapest hobbies in the world, and every stamp (9)________ knows (10)_________ the Penny Black and the Twopence Blue.
1. A. invention B. arrival C. transmission D. delivery
2. A. other B. the other C. another D. others
3. A. to B. for C. with D. about
4. A. cities B. post offices C. people D. countries
5. A. envelopes B. parcels C. stamps D. postcards
6. A. transmitted B. delivered C. subscribed D. received
7. A. sent B. faxed C. delivered D. received
8. A. Delivering B. Collecting C. Selling D. Buying
9. A. collecting B. collector C. collection D. collected
10. A. about B. of C. on D. to