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Đề tài: Unit 14 (Answer page 8)

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    Mặc định and here we go!

    I’m Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Economics Report.

    Gold has ...long been valued (1), and not just for its ...beauty (2). The ...metal (3) is also valuable for its ...resistance (4) to chemical ...reactions (5) and for its ...electrical qualities (6). But some people have always valued gold...most as an investment (7), even without any ...guarantee of gold (8) in its value.

    For years, gold prices...fell (9). Now gold ...is in news (10) because prices ...have risen (11) to their highest levels since the early...nineteen eighty (12). Gold is ...trading (13) above 500 dollars ...an (14) ounce, about 31...grams (15).

    ...There seems to be (16) no simple explanation for the ...increase (17) in gold prices. Experts say investments in ...pressed metals (18) have increased in general. This is true even without the economic ...warning signs (19) that have traditionally led many ...investors (20) to buy gold.

    In any case, the ...common believe (21) in the security of gold has a long history.

    From 1900 to 1933, United States money ...was fully based on (22) gold. In fact, ...under gold standard (23), anyone who ...wanted (24) could exchange paper money for gold...coins (25).

    But ...president (26) Franklin Roosevelt and Congress began to ...cut the link (27) between gold and money. Congress ...passed (28) the Legal Tender Act of 1933. All United States money, paper or metal, ...became acceptable (29) as payment for all...debts (30), public and private.

    In 1934, the Gold ...Reserve (31) Act made it illegal to use gold as a ...former currency (32) within the US.

    But the gold standard ...remained (33) important to...international trade (34).

    In 1944, the United Nations ...held a meeting (35) at a hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The Bretton Woods conference ...established (36) a new international ...monetary (37) system. Other currencies ...were linked (38) to the value of the American dollar, and the dollar ...remained link to (39) the value of gold.

    The ...official price (40) of gold was controlled. It ...stayed (41) about 35 dollars an ounce ...until the late (42) 1960s.

    In 1971, the gold standard ...ended (43) in the United States. By 1976, the ...international monetary fund (44) agreed to a new system of...exchange rates (45). But the process did not...go smoothly (46). Gold prices ...reached record level (47) in the early 80s, at a time when ...inflation (48) also...jumped (49).

    Today, gold remains important to the... wealthy nations (50). But ...money supply (51) and ...gold supply (52) no longer have the relationship ...they had (53) in the past.

    This VOA Special English Economics Report was written by Mario Ritter. ...Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com (54). I’m Steve Ember.

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    Mặc định revise

    Vẫn 11 lỗi là sảo

    I’m Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Economics Report.

    Gold has ...long been valued (1), and not just for its ...beauty (2). The ...metal (3) is also valuable for its ...resistance (4) to chemical ...reactions (5) and for its ...electrical qualities (6). But some people have always valued gold...most as an investment (7), even without any ...guarantee of growth <gold> (8) in its value.

    For years, gold prices...fell (9). Now gold ...is in the news (10) because prices ...have risen (11) to their highest levels since the early...nineteen eighties <eighty> (12). Gold is ...trading (13) above 500 dollars ...a troy <an> (14) ounce, about 31...grams (15).

    ...There seems to be (16) no simple explanation for the ...increase (17) in gold prices. Experts say investments in ...<pressed> precious metals (18) have increased in general. This is true even without the economic ...warning signs (19) that have traditionally led many ...investors (20) to buy gold.

    In any case, the ...common belief <believe> (21) in the security of gold has a long history.

    From 1900 to 1933, United States money ...was fully based on (22) gold. In fact, ...under the gold standard (23), anyone who ...wanted (24) could exchange paper money for gold...coins (25).

    But ...president (26) Franklin Roosevelt and Congress began to ...cut the link (27) between gold and money. Congress ...passed (28) the Legal Tender Act of 1933. All United States money, paper or metal, ...became acceptable (29) as payment for all...debts (30), public and private.

    In 1934, the Gold ...Reserve (31) Act made it illegal to use gold as a ...<former> form of currency (32) within the US.

    But the gold standard ...remained (33) important to...international trade (34).

    In 1944, the United Nations ...held a meeting (35) at a hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The Bretton Woods conference ...established (36) a new international ...monetary (37) system. Other currencies ...were linked (38) to the value of the American dollar, and the dollar ...remained linked to (39) the value of gold.

    The ...official price (40) of gold was controlled. It ...stayed at (41) about 35 dollars an ounce ...until the late (42) 1960s.

    In 1971, the gold standard ...ended (43) in the United States. By 1976, the ...international monetary fund (44) agreed to a new system of...exchange rates (45). But the process did not...go smoothly (46). Gold prices ...reached record levels (47) in the early 80s, at a time when ...inflation (48) also...jumped (49).

    Today, gold remains important to the... <wealthy> wealth of nations (50). But ...money supplies (51) and ...gold supplies (52) no longer have the relationship ...they had (53) in the past.

    This VOA Special English Economics Report was written by Mario Ritter. ...Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com (54). I’m Steve Ember.

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    Gold Prices Reach Their Highest Levels in Years






    I’m Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Economics Report.

    Gold has long been valued...(1), and not just for its .beauty..(2). The .metal..(3) is also valuable for its . resistance..(4) to chemical . reactions..(5) and for its .electrical qualities..(6). But some people have always valued gold.most as an investment..(7), even without any guarantee..of growth.(8) in its value.

    For years, gold prices.fail..(9). Now gold .is in the news..(10) because prices .have risen..(11) to their highest levels since the early..1980s.(12). Gold is trading...(13) above 500 dollars .a troy..(14) ounce, about 31.grands..(15).

    .There seems to be..(16) no simple explanation for the .increase..(17) in gold prices. Experts say investments in .precious metals..(18) have increased in general. This is true even without the economic .warning signs..(19) that have traditionally led many .investors..(20) to buy gold.

    In any case, the .common believe..(21) in the security of gold has a long history.

    From 1900 to 1933, United States money .was fully based on..(22) gold. In fact, under the gold standard...(23), anyone who wanted...(24) could exchange paper money for gold..coins.(25).

    But .President..(26) Franklin Roosevelt and Congress began to .cut the link..(27) between gold and money. Congress .passed..(28) the Legal Tender Act of 1933. All United States money, paper or metal, .became acceptable.(29) as payment for all.DAS..(30), public and private.

    In 1934, the Gold .Reserve..(31) Act made it illegal to use gold as a form of currency...(32) within the US.

    But the gold standard .remained..(33) important to..international trade.(34).

    In 1944, the United Nations held a meeting...(35) at a hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The Bretton Woods conference .established..(36) a new international . monetary..(37) system. Other currencies .were linked..(38) to the value of the American dollar, and the dollar .remained linked to..(39) the value of gold.

    The .official price..(40) of gold was controlled. It .stayed..(41) about 35 dollars an ounce .until the late..(42) 1960s.

    In 1971, the gold standard . indeed..(43) in the United States. By 1976, the international monetary fund...(44) agreed to a new system of..exchange rates.(45). But the process did not.go smoothly..(46). Gold prices .reached record levels..(47) in the early 80s, at a time when . inflation..(48) also.jumped..(49).

    Today, gold remains important to the.web.of nations.(50). But .money supplies..(51) and .gold supplies..(52) no longer have the relationship .they had..(53) in the past.

    This VOA Special English Economics Report was written by Mario Ritter. .Internet users can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com..(54). I’m Steve Ember.






    I have 8 mistakes in this unit.


    So I get mark 8,5
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    I’m Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Economics Report.

    Gold has .long been..valued(1), and not just for its .beauty..(2). The ...mental(3) is also valuable for its resistance...(4) to chemical .reaction..(5) and for its ..qualities.(6). But some people have always valued gold..most as an investment.(7), even without any .guarantee of gold..(8) in its value.

    For years, gold prices.fell..(9). Now gold ...(10) because prices ..has reason.(11) to their highest levels since the early..1980s.(12). Gold is .chasing.(13) above 500 dollars ...(14) ounce, about 31.grams..(15).

    ..they seem to be .(16) no simple explanation for the increase...(17) in gold prices. Experts say investments in ...pressured metal(18) have increased in general. This is true even without the economic ..warning signs.(19) that have traditionally led many .investers..(20) to buy gold.

    In any case, the ..common belief.(21) in the security of gold has a long history.

    From 1900 to 1933, United States money .was fully based on..(22) gold. In fact, .under the gold standard..(23), anyone who .wanted..(24) could exchange paper money for gold..coins.(25).

    But .president..(26) Franklin Roosevelt and Congress began to ..cut the link.(27) between gold and money. Congress ..passed.(28) the Legal Tender Act of 1933. All United States money, paper or metal, ..began acceptable.(29) as payment for all..guess.(30), public and private.

    In 1934, the Gold reserve...(31) Act made it illegal to use gold as a .form of currency..(32) within the US.

    But the gold standard ...remains(33) important to international trade...(34).

    In 1944, the United Nations .held a meeting..(35) at a hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The Bretton Woods conference .established..(36) a new international .momentary..(37) system. Other currencies ...were linked(38) to the value of the American dollar, and the dollar remains link to ...(39) the value of gold.

    The .official price..(40) of gold was controlled. It that.(41) about 35 dollars an ounce .until the late of..(42) 1960s.

    In 1971, the gold standard ..ended.(43) in the United States. By 1976, the ..international momentary fund.(44) agreed to a new system of...exchange rates(45). But the process did not.fo smoothly..(46). Gold prices reached ..level.(47) in the early 80s, at a time when ...(48) also..jumped.(49).

    Today, gold remains important to the.wealth of nation..(50). But ..money supply.(51) and .gold supply..(52) no longer have the relationship they had ...(53) in the past.

    This VOA Special English Economics Report was written by Mario Ritter. .internet users can read and listen our report in voaspecialenglish.com..(54). I’m Steve Ember.


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