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:
VOLUNTEERS FOR HUNDREDS OF EXPEDITIONS
He has counted birds in the rain forests of South America. He has planted trees in Europe and he has studied whales in the Pacific Ocean.
"On my last expedition I was in Hawaii. We were in a small island. We got up at 6 a.m. every morning and had our breakfast. Then we went out in the boats and we looked for whales. We spent most of the day in a boat. We photographed the whales, counted them, and we recorded their songs. Whales sing to each other, you know? In the evenings, we put all the data into the computer. It was hard work, but we had a lot of fun, and I learnt a lot, too."
Earthwatch has found volunteers for hundreds of expeditions. They're all ordinary people - male and female, young and old, teachers, students, office workers, engineers. They've dug up dinosaur bones in North America and they've studied ancient civilizations in Central America and Australasia.
1. "He" in the passage means _______________.
A. a teacher B. a student C. an organisation D. a volunteer
2. What did the volunteers do in the Pacific Ocean?
A. They studied whales. B. They studied elephants.
C. They studied birds. D. They studied animals.
3. What exactly did they do?
A. They took a lot of photographs of themselves.
B. They counted the photographs.
C. They took photographs of the whales.
D. They played with the whales.
4. What did they do in the evenings?
A. They put the data on TV.
B. They put all the data to the computer.
C. They put all the data on the computer.
D. They put all the data into the computer.
5. What sort of people does the organisation want to find?
A. It wants to find volunteers for hundreds of expeditions.
B. It wants to find ordinary as volunteers.
C. It only wants to find males as volunteers.
D. It only wants to find females as volunteers.
Read the following passage and choose the best answer for each blank:
PROBLEMS OF WATCHING TELEVISION IN BRITAIN
British parents are always complaining that their children spend too much time gluing to the telly and not enough (1)________ other activities like sports and reading. A survey recently carried out on people’s viewing habits (2)________ not disapprove it. It shows that young people in Britain spend on (3)_______ twenty three hours a week in front of the television, (4)________ works out at over three hours every day.
What is surprising, however, is the fact that the average adult watches even more: an incredible 28 hours a week. We seem to have become a nation of telly addicts. Just about (5)________ household in the country has a television and over half have two or more. According (6)___________ the survey, people nowadays don’t just watch television sitting in their living-room, they watch it in the kitchen and in bed as well.
The Education Minister said a (7)_________ weeks ago that Britain’s pupils should spend more time reading. Unfortunately, parents are not setting a good example: adults do (8)__________ reading than young people. In fact, reading is (9)_______ the bottom of their list of favorite pastimes. They would (10) listen to the radio, go to the cinema or hire a video to watch on their television at home.
1. A. at B. on C. for D. in
2. A. is B. do C. does D. has
3. A. time B. weekend C. Sunday D. average
4. A. which B. what C. who D. where
5. A. all B. neither C. every D. none
6. A. to B. for C. with D. on
7. A. lot B. little C. number D. few
8. A. less B. more C. better D. most
9. A. to B. at C. on D. in
10. A. like B. prefer C. had better D. rather