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Đề ti: Unit 7 (Answers p9)

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    Mặc định Lần đầu tin online được vo thứ 3- hm c bi tập

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, in the United States, the Institute of International Education released(1) its yearly(2) report. "Open doors(3) Two Thousand Five" shows continue(4) record growth in number of(5) American students who(6) study in aforeign country(7).

    The IIE(8) report says the number increased(9) by almost ten percent in the two thousand three-two thousand four school-year(10). This brought(11) the number of Americans studying in another country to more than 191000(12). The increase the year before(13) was eight and a half percent(14).
    Interested(15) in foreign study has increased for years(16). But I.I.E. officers(17) say it has taken an(18) greater importance(19) since the terrorist attack(20) of September eleventh, two thousand one.

    The newest(21) report says sixty-one percent of the students went to Eroupe(22). But study in China increased by ninety percent(23) from the year before. And study in India(24) increased by sixty-five percent. Study in Africa, the Mid East(25) and North(26) America, includingCuba(27), also increased.

    The report says that more and(28) more Americans are studying abroad, they are attend(29) for shorter(30) periods of time. Six percent went for a fourth(31) school year. Thirty-eight percent went for half a year(32). And fifty-six percent went for a shorterterm(33).
    The report says NewYork(34) University has the largest(35) number of students abroad. Michigan state(36) University is second this year, followed (37) by the University of California,Los Angelas(38).

    Ten slower(39) schools each sent(40) more than forty percent of their students abroad last year. The list(41) includes Carleton College inMenissolder(42), Elon University in North(43) Carolina and Lewis and Clark College in Oregan(44).

    Recently(45), Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it will require(46) all of its students to study abroad. Goucher will be one of the first American Colleges(47) to require at least 3 weeks(48) of study in another country. Goucher says it will provide every student with 1200 dollars(49) in travel money to help pay thecourse(50).

    The President(51) of Goucher is Sandy(52) Ungar, a former(53) VOAdirector(54). Mister Ungar says American colleges must help students expand(55) the ways they see theworld(56). And, he says, colleges must help change(57) the way other nations see Americans.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy(58) Steinbach. Listen next week(59) for a report about foreign(60) studying in the United States. Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Faith Lapidus.

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    Wink Too many mistakes in the transcript, Mrs Opal!

    Sorry, but this transcript contains too many mistakes, especially the tense of verbs. For example, said => says.

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, in the United States, the Institute of International Education released (1) its yearly(2) report. "Open doors (3) Two Thousand Five" shows continued(4) record growth in the number of(5) American students who(6) study in a foreign country(7).

    The IIE(8) report says the number increased (9) by almost ten percent in the two thousand three-two thousand four school year(10). This brought(11) the number of Americans studying in another country to more than one 191.000(12). The increase the year before(13) was 8,5%(14).

    Interest (15) in foreign study has increased for years(16). But I.I.E. offical(17) say it has taking on(18) greater importance(19) since the terrorist(20) of September eleventh, two thousand one.

    The newest(21) report said sixty-one percent of the students went to Europe(22). But study in China increased by 90 percent(23) from the year before. And study in India(24) increased by sixty-five percent. Study in Africa, the Middle East(25) and lat America(26) America, including Cuba(27), also increased.

    The report said that while(28) more Americans are studying abroad, they are staying(29) for shorter(30) periods of time. Six percent went for a full(31) school year. Thirty-eight percent went for half a year(32). And fifty-six percent went for a shorter term(33).
    The report says NY(34) University has the largest(35) number of students abroad. Michigan State(36) University is second this year, follow(37) by the University of California, LA(38).

    Ten smaller (39) schools each sent(40) more than forty percent of their students abroad last year. The list(41) includes Carleton College in Minnesota(42), Elon University in North (43) Carolina and Lewis and Clark College in Aragon(44).

    Recently(45), Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it would require(46) all of its students to study abroad. Goucher will be one of the first American colleges (47) to require at least 3 weeks(48) of study in another country. Goucher says it will provide every student with 1200$(49) in travel money to help pay the costs(50).

    The president(51) of Goucher is Sandy(52) Ungar, a former (53) VOAdirector (54). Mister Ungar says American colleges must help students expand(55) the ways they see the world(56). And, he says, colleges must help change(57) the way other nations see Americans.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy(58) Steinbach. Listen next week (59) for a report about foreign students (60) studying in the United States. Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Faith Lapidus.

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    Unhappy

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    Good morning ^^

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    Number of Americans Studying Abroad Continues to Rise

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, in the United States, the Institute of International Education released(1) its yearly(2) report. "Open Door(3) Two Thousand Five" shows continued(4) record growth in the number of(5) American students who(6) study in a foreign country(7).

    The I.I.E(8) report says the number increased(9) by almost ten percent in the two thousand three-two thousand four school year(10). This broaden(11) the number of Americans studying in another country to more than one hundred ninety one thousand(12). The increase the year before(13) was eight and one half percent(14).

    Interest(15) in foreign study has increased for years(16). But I.I.E. officials(17) say it has taken on(18) greater importance(19) since the teriorists attacks (20) of September eleventh, two thousand one.

    The newest(21) report says sixty-one percent of the students went to Europe(22). But study in China increased by ninety percent(23) from the year before. And study in India(24) increased by sixty-five percent. Study in Africa, the Midle East(25) and Latin(26) America, including Cuba(27), also increased.

    The report says that while(28) more Americans are studying abroad, they are staying(29) for short(30) periods of time. Six percent went for a full(31) school year. Thirty-eight percent went for half a year(32). And fifty-six percent went for a shorter term(33).
    The report says New York(34) University has the largest(35) number of students abroad. Michigan State(36) University is second this year, followed(37) by the University of California, Los Angeles(38).

    Ten smaller(39) schools each sent(40) more than forty percent of their students abroad last year. The list(41) includes Carleton College in Minesota(42), Elon University in North(43) Carolina and Lewis and Clark College in Oregon(44).

    Recently(45), Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it will require(46) all of its students to study abroad. Goucher will be one of the first American colleges(47) to require at least three weeks(48) of study in another country. Goucher says it will provide every student with one thousand two hundred dollars(49) in travel money to help pay the costs(50).

    The president(51) of Goucher is Sandi(52) Ungar, a former(53) VOA director(54). Mister Ungar says American colleges must help students expand(55) the ways they see the world(56). And, he says, colleges must help change (57) the way other nations see Americans.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy(58) Steinbach. Listen next week(59) for a report about foreign students(60) studying in the United States. Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Faith Lapidus.

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    Mặc định Number of Americans Studying Abroad Continues to Rise

    Number of Americans Studying Abroad Continues to Rise

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, in the United States, the Institute of International Education releases (1) its yearly (2) report. "Open doors (3) Two Thousand Five" shows continue (4) record growth in the number of (5) American students who (6) study in aforeign country (7).

    The I.I.E (8) report says the number increases (9) by almost ten percent in the two thousand three-two thousand four school year (10). This (11) the number of Americans studying in another country to more than one hundred ninety one thousand (12). The increase the year before (13) was eight and one half percent (14).

    Interest (15) in foreign study has increased for years (16). But I.I.E. officials (17) say it has taken on (18) greater importance (19) since the (20) of September eleventh, two thousand one.

    The newest (21) report says sixty-one percent of the students went to Europe (22). But study in China increased by ninety percent (23) from the year before. And study in India (24) increased by sixty-five percent. Study in Africa, the Middle East (25) and North (26) America, includingCuba (27), also increased.

    The report says that why (28) more Americans are studying abroad, they are stand (29) for sure (30) periods of time. Six percent went for a full (31) school year. Thirty-eight percent went for half a year (32). And fifty-six percent went for a shortertime (33).
    The report says New York (34) University has the largest (35) number of students abroad. Michigan state (36) University is second this year, follows (37) by the University of California,(38).

    Ten smaller (39) schools each sends (40) more than forty percent of their students abroad last year. The list (41) includes Carleton College in(42), Elon University in north (43) Carolina and Lewis and Clark College in Origan (44).

    Recently (45), Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it would require (46) all of its students to study abroad. Goucher will be one of the first American colleges (47) to require at least three weeks (48) of study in another country. Goucher says it will provide every student with one thousand two hundred dollars (49) in travel money to help pay thecost (50).

    The president (51) of Goucher is (52) Ungar, a former (53) VOAdirector (54). Mister Ungar says American colleges must help students expand (55) the ways they see theworld (56). And, he says, colleges must help change (57) the way other nations see Americans.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy (58) Steinbach. Listen next week (59) for a report about foreign students (60) studying in the United States. Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Faith Lapidus.
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    Mặc định

    I’m Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, in the United States, the Institute of International Education released (1) its yearly(2) report. "Open Doors(3) Two Thousand Five" shows continued(4) record growth in the number of(5) American students who(6) study in a foreign country(7).

    The I.I.E(8) report says the number increases(9) by almost ten percent in the two thousand three-two thousand four school year(10). This brought(11) the number of Americans studying in another country to more than one hundred ninety one thousands(12). The increase in the year before(13) was eight and one half percent(14).

    Interest(15) in foreign study has increased for years(16). But I.I.E officials(17) say it has taken on(18) greater importance(19) since the term(20) of September eleventh, two thousand one.

    The newest(21) report says sixty-one percent of the students went to Europe(22). But study in China increased by ninety percent(23) from the year before. And study in India(24) increased by sixty-five percent. Study in Africa, the Middle East(25) and North(26) America, including Cuba(27), also increased.

    The report says that while(28) more Americans are studying abroad, they are staying(29) for shorter(30) periods of time. Six percent went for a fourth(31) school year. Thirty-eight percent went for half a year(32). And fifty-six percent went for a shorter term(33).
    The report says New york(34) University has the largest(35) number of students abroad. Michigan State(36) University is second this year, followed(37) by the University of California,Los Angeles(38).

    Ten smaller(39) schools each sent(40) more than forty percent of their students abroad last year. The list(41) includes Carleton College in Minnesota(42), Elon University in North(43) Carolina and Lewis and Clark College in Oregan(44).

    Recently(45), Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it will require(46) all of its students to study abroad. Goucher will be one of the first American colleges(47) to require at least three weeks(48) of study in another country. Goucher says it will provide every student with one thousand two hundred dollars(49) in travel money to help pay the cost(50).

    The President(51) of Goucher is Sandy(52) Ungar, a former(53) VOA Director(54). Mister Ungar says American colleges must help students expand(55) the ways they see the world(56). And, he says, colleges must help change(57) the way other nations see Americans.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy(58) Steinbach. Listen next week(59) for a report about Foreign students(60) studying in the United States. Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Faith Lapidus.
    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi pisce : 28-11-2006 lúc 02:53 PM


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    Mặc định

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, in the United States, the Institute of International Education released (1) its yearly(2) report. "Open Doors(3) Two Thousand Five" shows continued(4) record growth in the number of(5) American students who(6) study in a foreign country(7).

    The [B]I.I.E. (8) report says the number increased(9) by almost ten percent in the two thousand three-two thousand four school year(10). This brought(11) the number of Americans studying in another country to more than 191000(12). The increase the year before(13) was eight and one half percent(14).

    Interest(15) in foreign study has increased for years(16). But I.I.E. official(17) say it has taken on(18) greater importance(19) since the term of the Tax(20) of September eleventh, two thousand one.

    The newest(21) report says sixty-one percent of the students went to Europe(22). But study in China increased by ninety percent(23) from the year before. And study in India(24) increased by sixty-five percent. Study in Africa, the Middle East(25) and Land(26) America, including Cuba(27), also increased.

    The report says that well(28) more Americans are studying abroad, they are strange(29) for short of(30) periods of time. Six percent went for a full(31) school year. Thirty-eight percent went for half a year(32). And fifty-six percent went for a shorter term(33).
    The report says New York(34) University has the largest(35) number of students abroad. Michigan State(36) University is second this year, follow(37) by the University of California, Los Angeles(38).

    Ten smaller(39) schools each send(40) more than forty percent of their students abroad last year. The leads(41) includes Carleton College in Minis Sauda(42), Elon University in North(43) Carolina and Lewis and Clark College in Olegan (44).

    Recently(45), Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it will require(46) all of its students to study abroad. Goucher will be one of the first American colleges(47) to require at least three weeks(48) of study in another country. Goucher says it will provide every student with 1200 dollars(49) in travel money to help pay the courses(50).

    The President(51) of Goucher is Sendy(52) Ungar, a former(53) VOA director(54). Mister Ungar says American colleges must help students expand(55) the ways they see the world(56). And, he says, colleges must help change(57) the way other nations see Americans.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy(58) Steinbach. Listen next week(59) for a report about foreign students(60) studying in the United States. Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Faith Lapidus.


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    Angry gọi c l Mrs hả? ko c cht lịch sự tối thiểu no :(

    Trch Nguyn văn bởi shvn19
    Sorry, but this transcript contains too many mistakes, especially the tense of verbs. For example, said => says.
    Ko biết tui có hiểu nhầm ko, nhưng ý của bạn có phải là nói bài viết này viết sai, đúng ko?

    Nếu vậy thì công nhận bạn này tự tin hết sẩy lun. Dám nói cô giáo sai, thậm chí nói cả bài văn do người Mỹ viết sai lun. Hổng chừng mấy từ "says" trong bài bị bạn sửa thành "said" hết wá. Bạn ơi, cái gì mình ko chắc chắn thì làm ơn hỏi lại nhé. Làm ơn vào đây đọc lại giùm cái này nhé => Luận về say, says, và said

    Sau khi đọc xong rùi, nghe lại một lần nữa xem ai sai.
    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi Maroon_Opal : 28-11-2006 lúc 03:33 PM


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    Em xin nộp bài 7:

    I’m Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, in the United States, the Institute of International Education released its yearly report. "Open doors Two Thousand Five" shows continued record growth in the number of American students who study in a foreign country.

    The I.I.E report says the number increased by almost ten percent in the two thousand three-two thousand four school-year. This brought the number of Americans studying in another country to more than one hundred and ninety one thousand. The increase of the year before was eight and half percent.

    Interest in foreign study has increased for years. But I.I.E. officials say it has taken on greater since the terrorist attack of September eleventh, two thousand one.

    The newest report says sixty-one percent of the students went to Europe But study in China increased by ninety percent from the year before. And study in India increased by sixty-five percent. Study in Africa, the Middle East and America, including Cuba also increased.

    The report says that there more Americans are studying abroad, they stand for shorter periods of time. Six percent went for one-fourth school year. Thirty-eight percent went for half a year. And fifty-six percent went for a shorter time.
    The report says New York University has the largest number of students abroad. Michigan State University is second this year, followed by the University of California, Los Angeles.

    Ten smaller schools each sent more than forty percent of their students abroad last year. The list includes Carleton College in Minnosita…(42), Elon University in North Carolina and Lewis and Clark College in Orchigan.

    Recently, Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it required all of its students to study abroad. Goucher will be one of the first American colleges to require at least three weeks of study in another country. Goucher says it will provide every student with one thousand and two hundreds dollas in travel money to help pay the cost.

    The President of Goucher is Sandy Ungar, a former VOA Director. Mister Ungar says American colleges must help students expand the ways they see the world. And, he says, colleges must help change the way other nations see Americans.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy Steinbach. Listen next week for a report about foreign studying in the United States. Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Faith Lapidus.
    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi Vu Anh Thu : 28-11-2006 lúc 07:22 PM


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    Smile Nộp bi 7!

    Number of Americans Studying Abroad Continues to Rise

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, in the United States, the Institute of International Education released(1) its yearly(2) report. "Open Doors(3) Two Thousand Five" shows continued(4) record growth in the number of(5) American students who(6) study in a foreign country(7).

    The I.I.E(8) report says the number increased(9) by almost ten percent in the two thousand three-two thousand four school year(10). This brought(11) the number of Americans studying in another country to more than one hundred ninety-one thousands(12). The increase the year before(13) was eight and one-half percent(14).

    Interest(15) in foreign study has increased for years(16). But I.I.E. officials(17) say it has taken on(18) greater importance(19) since the terror attacks(20) of September eleventh, two thousand one.

    The newest(21) report says sixty-one percent of the students went to Europe(22). But study in China increased by ninety percent(23) from the year before. And study in India(24) increased by sixty-five percent. Study in Africa, the Middle East(25) and ?(26) America, including Cuber(27), also increased.

    The report says that where(28) more Americans are studying abroad, they attend(29) for soft(30) periods of time. Six percent went for a full(31) school year. Thirty-eight percent went for half a year(32). And fifty-six percent went for a shorter term(33).
    The report says New York(34) University has the largest(35) number of students abroad. Michigan State(36) University is second this year, followed(37) by the University of California, North Centralist(38).

    Ten smaller(39) schools each sent(40) more than forty percent of their students abroad last year. The list(41) includes Carleton College in Minnesota(42), Elon University in North (43) Carolina and Lewis and Clark College in Oregon(44).

    Recently(45), Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it would require(46) all of its students to study abroad. Goucher will be one of the first American colleges(47) to require at least three weeks(48) of study in another country. Goucher says it will provide every student with one thousand two hundred dollars(49) in travel money to help pay the courses(50).

    The president(51) of Goucher is Sandy(52) Ungar, a former(53) VOA director(54). Mister Ungar says American colleges must help students expand(55) the ways they see the world(56). And, he says, colleges must help change(57) the way other nations see Americans.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy(58) Steinbach. Listen next week(59) for a report about foreign students(60) studying in the United States. Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Faith Lapidus.

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    Mặc định

    Here's my answer :

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, in the United States, the Institute of International Education released(1) its yearly (2) report. "Open doors (3) Two Thousand Five" shows continue (4) record growth in the number of(5) American students , who (6) study in a foreign country (7) .

    The I.I.E.(8) report says the number increased (9) by almost ten percent in the two thousand three-two thousand four school year (10). This brought (11) the number of Americans studying in another country to more than one hundred ninety one thousand (12). The increase the year before (13) was eight and one half percent(14).

    Interest (15) in foreign study has increased for yeas(16). But I.I.E.officials(17) say it has taken on (18) greater importance (19) since the terrorists' attacks (20) of September eleventh, two thousand one.

    The newest (21) report says sixty-one percent of the students went to Europe (22). But study in China increased by ninety percent(23) from the year before. And study in India (24) increased by sixty-five percent. Study in Africa, the Middle-East(25) and Latin (26) America, including Cuba (27), also increased.

    The report says that while (28) more Americans are studying abroad, they are staying (29) for shorter (30) periods of time. Six percent went for full (31) school year. Thirty-eight percent went for half a year (32). And fifty-six percent went for a shorter term (33).
    The report says New York (34) University has the largest (35) number of students abroad. Michigan State (36) University is second this year, followed (37) by the University of California, Los Angeles (38).

    Ten smaller (39) schools each sent (40) more than forty percent of their students abroad last year. The list (41) includes Carleton College in Minnesota (42), Elon University in North (43) Carolina and Lewis and Clark College in Oregon (44).

    Recently (45), Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it will require (46) all of its students to study abroad. Goucher will be one of the first American Colleges (47) to require at least three weeks (48) of study in another country. Goucher says it will provide every student with one thousand two hundred dollars (49) in travel money to help pay the costs (50).

    The president (51) of Goucher is Sandy (52) Ungar, a former (53) VOA director (54). Mister Ungar says American colleges must help students expand (55) the ways they see the world (56). And, he says, colleges must help change (57) the way other nations see Americans.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy (58) Steinbach. Listen next week (59) for a report about foreign students (60) studying in the United States. Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Faith Lapidus.


    Thanks for the test.
    I really have fun doing this ^^


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