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Đề ti: Unit 2 (Answers p12. Highlight p22. Translation p24)

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    Mặc định Chc C Halloween vui vẽ !


    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Agriculture(1) Report.
    Many Americans celebrated (2) Halloween on Monday by placing(3) pumpkins outside their homes. A Halloween tradition(4) is to cut a fish(5) into the big, round square(6).
    Pumpkins are also and(7) important part of the thanksgiving(8) holiday in late November. Tradition says early settler(9) ate pumpkin pie, or something similar(10) to it, with the negative(11) Americans during the first celebration.
    Pumpkins are members of the grout(12) family. They are related to melon (13), curcuma (14) and squashes (15). They are, like all of their relative (16), fruit, not vegetable (17). Pumpkins have firm fleshes (18), see it(19) in the center and a sell(20) that is usually orange. And they contain more vitamin A(21) than almost any other fruit.
    Pumpkins have been grown (22) for thousands of years in North and Central America. They have been grown for so long, in fact, it is on clear (23) what while (24) relative the plant has. Pumpkins grow on viols (25) or bushes. Most pumpkins grew up (26) a few kilograms, but some have free(27) well over four hundred fifty kilograms.
    Pumpkin flowers are usually fertilize (28) by bees. The insect (29) carry reproductive material (30) called pollen from the male to the female flowers. No fruit will grow if the female flower is not poll native (31) at the right time.
    Closely relative (32) squashes and gourds can also fertilize pumpkins. This cross (33)-pollination will show itself not in the cost (34) years pumpkins, but in silt (35) grown the following year.
    Pumpkin is used in pies (36), bread (37), caked (38) and other baked (39) goods. Baked pumpkin seeds are also a popular food (40). Pumpkin filling (41) for pies is produced industrial (42).
    Pumpkins are very low in acid (43), unlike many food (44). This makes can (45) pumpkin a place where the bacterial (46) that causes botulism food soil (47) can grow. For this region (48), experts say it is not a good idea to can cross (49) pumpkin at home. Hope (50) pumpkins, however, sure (51) well in cool, dark places (52) for weeks.
    Less than one percent (53) of the American pumpkin supply is imported (54) or exported (55). Most pumpkins are used in the states weather (56) grown. Prices (57) can be very different from place to place.
    American farmers group (58) over four hundred fifty million kilograms of pumpkins last year. The croup (59) was value (60) at about one hundred million dollars.
    This VOA Special English Agriculture Report was written by Mario Ritter. Our report (61) are online at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Faith Lapidus.

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    Mặc định gấu ny hơi bị to đấy!

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    Mặc định

    1. agriculture
    2. celebrate
    3.
    4. tradition
    5.
    6. squash
    7. an
    8. thanksgiving
    9.
    10. similar
    11.
    12. gour
    13.
    15. squashes
    16. relative
    17. vegetable
    18. flash??
    19.
    20. shell
    21. valuement
    22. grown
    23. unclear
    24. wide
    25.
    26. weigh
    27. avarage
    28. fertilized
    29.
    30. exaction
    31.
    32. relative
    33. cross
    34. correct
    35. sign
    36. pies
    37. bread
    38. cakes
    39.
    40. food
    41. 's filling
    42. industrial
    43.
    44. food
    45. care
    46. baterial
    47. poisoning
    48. reason
    49. crash
    50. whole
    51. sold
    52.
    53. one percent
    54. imported
    55. exported
    56. where they're
    57. prices
    58. grew
    59.
    60.
    61. reports

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    Mặc định

    Mnh thấy nếu nhn tập trung vo con gấu th l hnh con gấu đang ko...ci quần ln nhưng khng hiểu sao ci quần lại c hnh mặt người . Cn nếu nhn kĩ hnh mặt người th l một ch gấu đang tro ln, chnh xc l tro vo bn trong đầu người đ, hai tay đang bm thật chắc nữa. Tuanlong kho tay thật đ, nhn ch gấu xinh qu

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    Mặc định Halloween

    Hi, Ms Maroon! It's great to see you again.

    I’m Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Agriculture(1) Report.
    Many Americans celebrated(2) Halloween on Monday by placing(3) pumpkins outside their homes. A Halloween tradition(4) is to cut a fish(5) into the big, round squash(6).
    Pumpkins are also an(7) important part of the Thanksgiving(8) holiday in late November. Tradition says early settlers(9) ate pumpkin pie, or something similar(10) to it, with the native(11) Americans during the first celebration.
    Pumpkins are members of the gourds(12) family. They are related to melons(13), cucumbers(14) and squashes(15). They are, like all of their relatives(16), fruit, not vegetables(17). Pumpkins have firm flesh(18), seeds(19) in the center and a shell(20) that is usually orange. And they contain more vitamin A(21) than almost any other fruit.
    Pumpkins have been grown(22) for thousands of years in North and Central America. They have been grown for so long, in fact, it is unclear(23) what when(24) relative the plant has. Pumpkins grow on vines(25) or bushes. Most pumpkins weigh(26) a few kilograms, but some have reached(27) well over four hundred fifty kilograms.
    Pumpkin flowers are usually fertilized(28) by bees. The insects(29) carry reproductive materials(30) called pollen from the male to the female flowers. No fruit will grow if the female flower is not pollinated(31) at the right time.
    Closely relative(32) squashes and gourds can also fertilize pumpkins. This squash(33)-pollination will show itself not in the crop(34) year’s pumpkins, but in seeds(35) grown the following year.
    Pumpkin is used in pies(36), breads(37), cakes(38) and other baked(39) goods. Baked pumpkin seeds are also a popular foods(40). Pumpkin filling(41) for pies is produced industrial(42).
    Pumpkins are very low in ashes(43), unlike many fruits(44). This makes scab(45) pumpkin a place where the bacteria(46) that causes botulism food poison(47) can grow. For this reason(48), experts say it is not a good idea to can crushed(49) pumpkin at home. All (50) pumpkins, however, store(51) well in cool, dark places52) for weeks.
    Less than one percents(53) of the American pumpkin supply is imported(54) or exported(55). Most pumpkins are used in the states where they are(56) grown. Prices(57) can be very different from place to place.
    American farmers grew(58) over four hundred fifty million kilograms of pumpkins last year. The crop(59) was valued(60) at about one hundred million dollars.
    This VOA Special English Agriculture Report was written by Mario Ritter. Our reports(61) are online at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Faith Lapidus.
    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi pisce : 24-10-2006 lúc 04:50 PM


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    Mặc định

    Hi class, here my answers, I'm sure that some words are not correct, but I just heard that....

    1. agriculture
    2. celebrated
    3. placing
    4. tradition
    5.
    6. squash
    7. an
    8. Thanksgiving
    9. settlers
    10. similar
    11. native
    12.
    13. melon
    14. cucumber
    15. squashes
    16. relatives
    17. vegetables
    18. flesh
    19. seeds
    20. shell
    21. vitamin A
    22. grown
    23. unclear
    24. wide
    25.
    26. weight
    27. reached
    28. fertilized
    29. insects
    30. material
    31. pollinated
    32. related
    33. cost
    34. correct
    35. seed
    36. pies
    37. bread
    38. cakes
    39. baked
    40. food
    41. filling
    42. industrially
    43. access
    44. food
    45. can
    46. bateria
    47. poisoning
    48. reason
    49.crush
    50. whole
    51. stored
    52. places
    53. one percent
    54. imported
    55. exported
    56. where they are
    57. prices
    58. grew
    59. crop
    60. valued
    61. reports

    The end.... hichic.....


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    Mặc định Oi - Pumpkin

    Oh - my God, I can't be sure a lot of words


    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English agriculture(1) Report.
    Many Americans celebrated (2) Halloween on Monday by play sing(3) pumpkins outside their homes. A Halloween delegate(4) is to cut a fish(5) into the big, round squash(6).
    Pumpkins are also an(7) important part of the on(8) holiday in late November. Tradition says early celebration(9) ate pumpkin pie, or something simillar(10) to it, with the neighboor(11) Americans during the first celebration.
    Pumpkins are members of the wood(12) family. They are related to melon(13), cucumber(14) and squashes(15). They are, like all of their relative(16), fruit, not vegetable(17). Pumpkins have firm glads(18), seed(19) in the center and a shell(20) that is usually orange. And they contain more vitamin A(21) than almost any other fruit.
    Pumpkins have been grown(22) for thousands of years in North and Central America. They have been grown for so long, in fact, it is than clear(23) what vine (24) relative the plant has. Pumpkins grow on vine(25) or bushes. Most pumpkins weight(26) a few kilograms, but some have rich(27) well over four hundred fifty kilograms.
    Pumpkin flowers are usually first like(28) by bees. The insect(29) carry reproductive material(30) called pollen from the male to the female flowers. No fruit will grow if the female flower is not pollinated(31) at the right time.
    Closely with(32) squashes and gourds can also fertilize pumpkins. This squashes(33)-pollination will show itself not in the good(34) years pumpkins, but in seed(35) grown the following year.
    Pumpkin is used in pie(36), bran(37), cake(38) and other bake(39) goods. Baked pumpkin seeds are also a popular food(40). Pumpkin peeling(41) for pies is produced industrially(42).
    Pumpkins are very low in ...(43), unlike many food(44). This makes can(45) pumpkin a place where the bacterial(46) that causes botulism food point drinking(47) can grow. For this situation(48), experts say it is not a good idea to can wash(49) pumpkin at home. Whole(50) pumpkins, however, solve(51) well in cool, dark places(52) for weeks.
    Less than one percent(53) of the American pumpkin supply is imported(54) or exported(55). Most pumpkins are used in the states square(56) grown. Prices(57) can be very different from place to place.
    American farmers grew(58) over four hundred fifty million kilograms of pumpkins last year. The gross(59) was value(60) at about one hundred million dollars.
    This VOA Special English Agriculture Report was written by Mario Ritter. Our report(61) are online at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Faith Lapidus.


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    Mặc định Lesson2 kho thiet

    Huhuhu, lesson 2 kho qua
    Chang biet nhiu to moi hay la do nghe do qua lam minh hoi hop doi de xem dap an qua


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    Unhappy my bad answers for lesson 2

    1.agriculture
    2.celebrated
    3.playsings
    4.tradition
    5.
    6.squashes
    7.an
    8. thanksgiving
    9.Saturday
    10.similar
    11.
    12.cure
    13.melon
    14.cumper
    15.squashes
    16.relative
    17.that's apple
    18.flash
    19.seeds
    20.sell
    21.vitamin A
    22.grown
    23.exactly
    24.
    25.
    26. vaises
    27.wave
    28.wives
    29.foodlied
    30.material
    31.powernative
    32. related
    33.
    34.corn
    35.seeds
    36.pies
    37.
    38.cakes
    39.baked
    40.foods
    41.feelings
    42.industrially
    43.
    44.foods
    45.
    46.bark
    47.boys
    48.reason
    49.
    50.all
    51.show
    52. play
    53. one percent
    54. important
    55. employed
    56.exported
    57.private
    58.
    59.
    60. value
    61.report


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    Mặc định

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English argiculture (1) Report.
    Many Americans celebrated (2) Halloween on Monday by placing (3) pumpkins outside their homes. A Halloween tradition (4) is to cut a face ( into the big, round (6). squash
    Pumpkins are also an.(7) important part of the thanksgiving (8) holiday in late November. Tradition says early...(9) ate pumpkin pie, or something similar (10) to it, with the native (11) Americans during the first celebration.
    Pumpkins are members of the guards (12) family. They are related to melons (13), cucumbers and squashes (15). They are, like all of their relatives (16), fruit, not vegetables (17). Pumpkins have firm flash (18), seeds (19) in the center and a shell (20) that is usually orange. And they contain more ...(21) than almost any other fruit.
    Pumpkins have been grown (22) for thousands of years in North and Central America. They have been grown for so long, in fact, it is unclear (23) what wide relatives (24) relative the plant has. Pumpkins grow on vises (25) or bushes. Most pumpkins weigh (26) a few kilograms, but some have great (27) well over four hundred fifty kilograms.
    Pumpkin flowers are usually fertilized(28) by bees. The insects (29) carry reproductive material (30) called pollen from the male to the female flowers. No fruit will grow if the female flower is not pollenated(31) at the right time.
    Closely related (32) squashes and gourds can also fertilize pumpkins. This post (33)-pollination will show itself not in the current (34) years pumpkins, but in seed (35) grown the following year.
    Pumpkin is used in pie (36), bread(37), cake (38) and other baked (39) goods. Baked pumpkin seeds are also a popular food (40). Pumpkin feel in...(41) for pies is produced industrially (42).
    Pumpkins are very low in age six (43), unlike many fruits (44). This makes can...(45) pumpkin a place where the bark...(46) that causes botulism food poisoning(47) can grow. For this reason (48), experts say it is not a good idea to can brush (49) pumpkin at home. Whole (50) pumpkins, however, store (51) well in cool, dark places(52) for weeks.
    Less than one percent (53) of the American pumpkin supply is imported (54) or exported (55). Most pumpkins are used in the states for their(56) grown.Rices (57) can be very different from place to place.
    American farmers grew (58) over four hundred fifty million kilograms of pumpkins last year. The ...(59) was ...(60) at about one hundred million dollars.
    This VOA Special English Agriculture Report was written by Mario Ritter. Our reports (61) are online at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Faith Lapidus.


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