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Đề ti: Unit 19 (Answers in p8)

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    Mặc định anser for unit 19

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    1. hour living
    2. committed
    3. federal
    4. changed
    5. include
    6. extra
    7. tips
    8. paid
    9. rate
    10. cover
    11. State laws
    12. Labor
    13. earned
    14. less
    15. three percent
    16. Ohio
    17. wages
    18. sixteen of fifty
    19. District
    20. California
    21. Arnold
    22. proposed
    23. rates
    24. would rise
    25. law-makers
    26. the Bill
    27. vetoed
    28. required
    29. inflation
    30. let the wage
    31. Massachuset
    32. 1912
    33. Supreme Court
    34. private
    35. unconstitutional
    36. interfere
    37. Standard
    38. argued
    39. set prices for
    40. reduced
    41. unskilled
    42. happy with
    43.
    44. buying power
    45. living wage
    46. enough for
    47. live on
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    Unit 19: On the Job, at Minimum Wage

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

    Minimum wage is the lowest hourly (1) pay rate permitted(2) by law. In the United States, the federal (3) minimum wage is five dollars and fifteen cents an hour. It has not changed (4) since nineteen ninety-seven. And it does not include (5) all jobs.

    For example, workers who receive extra (6) money in the form of tips(7) can be paid (8) two dollars and thirteen cents an hour. Also, the federal rate (9) may not cover(10) some workers for small companies. State laws (11) often set minimum pay in these cases.

    The Department of Labor (12) says about two million workers earn(13) the minimum wage or less(14). That is about three percents (15) of all workers paid by the hour.
    Ohio (16) and Kansas have lower minimum wages (17) for some workers than under federal law. But sixteen of fifty (18) states and the districts(19) of Columbia have minimum wages higher than the federal one.

    In California(20), Republican Governor Arnold (21) Schwarzenegger has just proposed (22) what he says is a much-needed rates(23). California's minimum wage would rise (24) one dollar, to seven dollars and seventy-five cents an hour, over the next year and a half.

    State law makers (25) passed a bill (26) last year to add a dollar to the minimum wage. But Mister Schwarzenegger vetoed(27) it because it would have also required (28) yearly increases forinflation (29).

    State governments led the way (30) in the history of the minimum wage in America. Massachusetts (31) passed a law for women and children innineteen twelve (32). But in nineteen twenty-three, the pre-in-court (không chắc chắn chỗ này ) (33) found wage requirements for private(34) employers unconstitutional(35). It ruled that states could not interfere (36) with pay agreements.

    In nineteen thirty-eight, however, the Fair Labor Standard (37) Act established a federal minimum wage. At that time, it was twenty-five cents.

    Some economists and lawmakers argue (38) that markets, and not the government, should set prices for (39) labor. They say minimum wage laws reduce (40) the number of jobs for unskilled (41) workers and young people.

    Employers might not be happy (42) higher labor costs. But labor activists (43) warn that inflation has reduced the buying power (44) of today’s minimum wage. They say a minimum wage must be a “ living wage (45).” That is, it must be enough for(46) workers and their families to live on (47).

    This VOA Special English Economics Report was written by Mario Ritter. Read and listen to our reports online at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Faith Lapidus.
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    Mặc định unit 19

    1 hourly
    2 permitted
    3 Federal
    4 changed
    5 include
    6 extra
    7 tips
    8 paid
    9 rate
    10 cover
    11 State laws
    12 Labour
    13 earn
    14 less
    15 three percent
    16 Ohio
    17 wages
    18 sixteen of the fifty
    19 district
    20 California
    21 Arnold
    22 proposed
    23 rate
    24 would rise
    25 lawmakers
    26 the bill
    27 ?
    28 required
    29 inflation
    30 led the way
    31 ?
    32 1912
    33 Supreme Court
    34 private
    35 unconstitutional
    36 interfere
    37 Standard
    38 argue
    39 set prices per
    40 reduce
    41 unskilled
    42 happy with
    43 ?
    44 buying power
    45 living wage
    46 enough for
    47 live on

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    Mặc định

    Em nộp bi:
    1)hourly
    2)permitted
    3)federal
    4)changed
    5)include
    6)extra
    7)tips
    8)paid
    9)rate
    10)cover
    11)State law
    12)Labour
    13)earn
    14)less
    15)three percent
    16)Ohio
    17)rate
    18)sixteen of the fifty
    19)District
    20)California
    21)Arnold
    22)purposed
    23)rate
    24)would rise
    25)lawmakers
    26)a bill
    27)vitoed
    28)require
    29)inflation
    30)led the way
    31)Massachusetts
    32)nineteen-twelve
    33)supreme court
    34)private
    35)unconstitutional
    36)interfere
    37)standed an
    38)argue
    39)set prices for
    40)reduce
    41)unskilled
    42)happy with
    43)attitude
    44)buying power
    45)living wage
    46)enough for
    47)live on

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    1 hour
    2 permitted
    3 federal
    4 changed
    5 include
    6 extra
    7 chieves
    8 paid
    9 rate
    10 cover
    11 state laws
    12 Labour
    13 earn
    14 less
    15 3%
    16 Ohio
    17 wawges
    18 16 of the 50
    19 district
    20 california
    21 Arnold
    22 purposed
    23 rates
    24 would rise
    25 law makers
    26 to build
    27 vetoed
    28 required
    29 inflation
    30 led the way
    31 Masachusetts
    32 1912
    33 spreen corp
    34 private
    35 unconstitutional
    36 interfere
    37 Standard
    38 argue
    39 set prices for
    40 reduce
    41 unskilled
    42 happy with
    43 activists
    44 buying power
    45 living wage
    46 enough
    47 live on

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    Minimum wage is the lowest hourly pay rate permitted by law. In the United States, the federal minimum wage is five dollars and fifteen cents an hour. It has not changed since nineteen ninety-seven. And it does not include all jobs.

    For example, workers who receive .extra money in the form of tips can be paidtwo dollars and thirteen cents an hour. Also, the federal wage may not cover some workers for small companies. State laws often set minimum pay in these cases.

    The Department of Labour says about two million workers earn the minimum wage or less. That is about 3% of all workers paid by the hour.
    Ohio and Kansas have lower minimum wages for some workers than under federal law. But sixteen of the fifty states and the District of Columbia have minimum wages higher than the federal one.

    In California, Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has just proposed what he says is a much-needed rate. California's minimum wage would rise one dollar, to seven dollars and sixty-five cents an hour, over the next year and a half.

    State law makers passed the bill last year to add a dollar to the minimum wage. But Mister Schwarzenegger vetoed that it because it would have also required yearly increases for inflation.

    State governments left the wage in the history of the minimum wage in America. Massachusettes passed a law for women and children in 1912. But in nineteen twenty-three, the supreme.court found wage requirements for private employers unconstitutional. It ruled that states could not interfere with pay agreements.

    In nineteen thirty-eight, however, the Fair Labor standard Act established a federal minimum wage. At that time, it was twenty-five cents.

    Some economists and lawmakers are used that markets, and not the government, should set prices for labor. They say minimum wage laws reduce the number of jobs for unskilled workers and young people.

    Employers might not be happy with higher labor costs. But labor activate warn that inflation has reduced the buying power of todays minimum wage. They say a minimum wage must be a a living wage That is, it must be a note workers and their families to live on(47).

    This VOA Special English Economics Report was written by Mario Ritter. Read and listen to our reports online at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Faith Lapidus.

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    Talking I wish u a happy Women's Day

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

    Minimum wage is the lowest hourly(1) pay rate permitted(2) by law. In the United States, the ferderal(3) minimum wage is five dollars and fifteen cents an hour. It has not changed(4) since nineteen ninety-seven. And it does not include(5) all jobs.

    For example, workers who receive extra(6) money in the form of cheque(7) can be paid(8) two dollars and thirteen cents an hour. Also, the federal wage(9) may not cover(10) some workers for small companies. State law(11) often set minimum pay in these cases.

    The Department of labor(12) says about two million workers earn(13) the minimum wage or left(14). That is about 3%(15) of all workers paid by the hour.
    Ohio(16) and Kansas have lower minimum wages(17) for some workers than under federal law. But sixteen of the fifty(18) states and the districts(19) of Columbia have minimum wages higher than the federal one.

    In California(20), Republican Governor Mister(21) Schwarzenegger has just purposed(22) what he says is a much-needed rate(23). California's minimum wage will rise(24) one dollar, to seven dollars and seventy-five cents an hour, over the next year and a half.

    State lawmakers(25) passed to built(26) last year to add a dollar to the minimum wage. But Mister Schwarzenegger retold(27) it because it would have also required(28) yearly increases for impletion(29).

    State governments left the way(30) in the history of the minimum wage in America. ...(31) passed a law for women and children in 1912(32). But in nineteen twenty-three, the ...(33) found wage requirements for private(34) employers unconstitutional(35). It ruled that states could not interfere(36) with pay agreements.

    In nineteen thirty-eight, however, the Fair Labor standard(37) Act established a federal minimum wage. At that time, it was twenty-five cents.

    Some economists and lawmakers argue(38) that markets, and not the government, should set prices for(39) labor. They say minimum wage laws reduce(40) the number of jobs for unskilled(41) workers and young people.

    Employers might not be happy with(42) higher labor costs. But labor after this(43) warn that inflation has reduced the buying cost(44) of today’s minimum wage. They say a minimum wage must be a “leaving wage(45).” That is, it must be enough for(46) workers and their families to live on(47).

    This VOA Special English Economics Report was written by Mario Ritter. Read and listen to our reports online at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Faith Lapidus.
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    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi nguyenthutrang : 07-03-2007 lúc 06:10 PM


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    Chào cô giáo!
    Đây là bài đầu tiên của em, cô giáo correct giùm em nhé!

    Minimum wage is the lowest hourly (1) pay rate permitted (2) by law. In the United States, the federal (3) minimum wage is five dollars and fifteen cents an hour. It has not changed (4) since nineteen ninety-seven. And it does not include (5) all jobs.

    For example, workers who receive extra (6) money in the form of tip (7) can be paid (8) two dollars and thirteen cents an hour. Also, the federal rate (9) may not cover (10) some workers for small companies. State laws (11) often set minimum pay in these cases.

    The Department of Labor (12) says about two million workers earn (13) the minimum wage or less (14). That is about three percent (15) of all workers paid by the hour.
    Ohio (16) and Kansas have lower minimum wages (17) for some workers than under federal law. But sixteen of the fifty (18) states and the District (19) of Columbia have minimum wages higher than the federal one.

    In California (20), Republican Governor ...(21) Schwarzenegger has just purposed (22) what he says is a much-needed rates (23). California's minimum wage with right (24) one dollar, to seven dollars and seventy-five cents an hour, over the next year and a half.

    State lawmakers (25) passed the bill (26) last year to add a dollar to the minimum wage. But Mister Schwarzenegger ...(27) it because it would have also required (28) yearly increases for inflation (29).

    State governments lead the way (30) in the history of the minimum wage in America. Masachusetts (31) passed a law for women and children in 1920 (32). But in nineteen twenty-three, the Braelinn Court (33) found wage requirements for private (34) employers unconditional (35). It ruled that states could not interfere (36) with pay agreements.

    In nineteen thirty-eight, however, the Fair Labor standards (37) Act established a federal minimum wage. At that time, it was twenty-five cents.

    Some economists and lawmakers argue (38) that markets, and not the government, should set prices for (39) labor. They say minimum wage laws reduce (40) the number of jobs for unskilled (41) workers and young people.

    Employers might not be happy with (42) higher labor costs. But labor articles (43) warn that inflation has reduced the buying power (44) of today’s minimum wage. They say a minimum wage must be a “living wage (45).” That is, it must be enough (46) workers and their families to live on(47).
    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi Duy_redleaf : 07-03-2007 lúc 10:28 PM


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    Mặc định Gửi bi cho Unit 19

    Đy l lần đầu tin mnh tham gia lớp học, nếu c g sai mong c gio v cc bạn gip đỡ nh.Rất cảm ơn tất cả mọi người.
    Cn đy l phần mnh đ nghe được, mong l ko đến nỗi qu tệ

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Economics Report.

    Minimum wage is the lowest ..hourly.(1) pay rate ..permitted.(2) by law. In the United States, the ..federal.(3) minimum wage is five dollars and fifteen cents an hour. It has not ..changed.(4) since nineteen ninety-seven. And it does not ..include.(5) all jobs.

    For example, workers who receive ..extra.(6) money in the form of ..tips.(7) can be ..paid.(8) two dollars and thirteen cents an hour. Also, the federal ..rate.(9) may not ..cover.(10) some workers for small companies. ..State laws.(11) often set minimum pay in these cases.

    The Department of ..Labor.(12) says about two million workers ..earn.(13) the minimum wage or..less.(14). That is about ..three percent.(15) of all workers paid by the hour.
    ...(16) and Kansas have lower minimum ..wages.(17) for some workers than under federal law. But ..sixteen of the fifty.(18) states and the ..districts.(19) of Columbia have minimum wages higher than the federal one.

    In..colorful year.(20), Republican Governor ...(21) Schwarzenegger has just ..purposed.(22) what he says is a much-needed..raise.(23). California's minimum wage ..would rise.(24) one dollar, to seven dollars and seventy-five cents an hour, over the next year and a half.

    State ..lawmakers.(25) passed ..the bill.(26) last year to add a dollar to the minimum wage. But Mister Schwarzenegger ...(27) it because it would have also ..requited.(28) yearly increases for..inflation.(29).

    State governments ..let the way.(30) in the history of the minimum wage in America. ...(31) passed a law for women and children in..1912.(32). But in nineteen twenty-three, the ..supreme court.(33) found wage requirements for ..private.(34) employers...(35). It ruled that states could not ..interfere.(36) with pay agreements.

    In nineteen thirty-eight, however, the Fair Labor ..Standard.(37) Act established a federal minimum wage. At that time, it was twenty-five cents.

    Some economists and lawmakers ...(38) that markets, and not the government, should ..set prices for.(39) labor. They say minimum wage laws ..reduce.(40) the number of jobs for ..unskill.(41) workers and young people.

    Employers might not be ..happy with.(42) higher labor costs. But labor ..after this.(43) warn that inflation has reduced the ..buying power.(44) of todays minimum wage. They say a minimum wage must be a ..living wage.(45). That is, it must be ..enough for.(46) workers and their families to..live on.(47).


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    Mặc định

    Im Faith Lapidus with the VOA Special English Economics Report.



    Minimum wage is the lowest .hourly..(1) pay rate permitted ...(2) by law. In the United States, the .Federal ..(3) minimum wage is five dollars and fifteen cents an hour. It has not changed...(4) since nineteen ninety-seven. And it does not include...(5) all jobs.

    For example, workers who receive ..extra.(6) money in the form of tips...(7) can be paid..(8) two dollars and thirteen cents an hour. Also, the federal .rate..(9) may not cover...(10) some workers for small companies. state law ...(11) often set minimum pay in these cases.

    The Department of Labour ...(12) says about two million workers .earn..(13) the minimum wage or. less..(14). That is about three percent...(15) of all workers paid by the hour.
    .Ohio..(16) and Kansas have lower minimum .wages..(17) for some workers than under federal law. But sixteen of the fifty ...(18) states and the .districts..(19) of Columbia have minimum wages higher than the federal one.

    In .California ..(20), Republican Governor .Acnod .(21) Schwarzenegger has just proposed...(22) what he says is a much-needed. rate..(23). California's minimum wage .would rise..(24) one dollar, to seven dollars and seventy-five cents an hour, over the next year and a half.

    State lawmakers ..(25) passed the bill...(26) last year to add a dollar to the minimum wage. But Mister Schwarzenegger details that...(27) it because it would have also required ...(28) yearly increases for. inflation ..(29).

    State governments .let the way..(30) in the history of the minimum wage in America. Masachusett ...(31) passed a law for women and children in.1920..(32). But in nineteen twenty-three, the ...(33) found wage requirements for private...(34) employers..unconstitutional .(35). It ruled that states could not .interfere ..(36) with pay agreements.

    In nineteen thirty-eight, however, the Fair Labor standard ...(37) Act established a federal minimum wage. At that time, it was twenty-five cents.

    Some economists and lawmakers .argue ..(38) that markets, and not the government, should .set price of ..(39) labor. They say minimum wage laws .reduce..(40) the number of jobs for .unskilled ..(41) workers and young people.

    Employers might not be ...happy with (42) higher labor costs. But labor ...(43) warn that inflation has reduced the buying-power...(44) of todays minimum wage. They say a minimum wage must be a .living wage (45)that is, it must be enough.for..(46) workers and their families to live on

    This VOA Special English Economics Report was written by Mario Ritter. Read and listen to our reports online at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Faith Lapidus.


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