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Đề ti: unit 21 (Answers page 9)

  1. #141
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    Now, the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

    expression) about water are almost is coming2) water itself. But many of the expressions .using..(3) water have .unpresent..(4) meanings.

    The expression "to be in .hard water..(5)" is one of them. It is a very..old expression.(6). "Hot water" was used five hundred years ago .to mean..(7) being in trouble. One .story..said (8) it got that meaning from the .custom..(9) of .throwing10) extremely hot water down on enemies...(11) attacking a.castel..(12).

    That no longer happens...(13). But we still get in "hot water." When we are in "hot water,"..we are in truoble.(14). It can be ..any kind of.(15) trouble serious, or not to.so.serious.(16). A person who break so long...(17) can be in hot water with the police. A young boy can be in hot water with his mother, if he washing a house...(18) with.duty sheilds..(19).


    Being in "deep water" is almost ...the same as(20) being in hot water. When you are in "deep water," you are in a.difficult position..(21)in.imaging ...(22) a person who cannot swim being front..(23) in water over his head.

    You are in deep water when you are facing of problem,...(24) that you do not have the ability to.saw..(25). You can be in deep water, for example, if you are very in.start..(26) without knowing anything about the.stock market..(27).

    "To keep your head above...(28) water" is a .colourful..(29) expression that means staying out of death ...(30). A company seek.s..(31) to keep its head above water during economic .hảd time..(32). A man who ..lose.(33) his job tries to keep in hand about.water..(34) until he fnd a.(35) new job.

    "Water over the dam ...(36)" is another expression about a hard prevent...(37). It is something that is..finish.(38). It cannot be..change.(39). The expression comes from the idea that water that he..flow.(40) over a dam cannot be go brocken back...(41) again.

    When a friend in trouble..(42) by a..mistake she has made.(43), you might tell her to..forget about it.(44). You say it is water over the dam.

    Another .coming..(45) expression, "to hold...(46) water," is about the strength or widthness...(47) of an idea or opinion that you may be arguing...(48) about. It probaly...(49) comes from a way of testing...(50) the condition of a.contener..(51). If it can hold water, it is strong and has no .hold..(52) in it. If your pinin...(53) can hold water, it is strong and does not have any holes. If it does not hold water, then it is weak...(54) and not worth.debating..(55).

    "Throwing cold water" also is an expression that del ...(56) with ideas or...(57). It means to.not like ti idae..(58). For example, you want to buy .a new cả..(59) because the .old one..(60) has some problems. But your wife "throws cold water" on the idea, because she says a new car cost..(61) too much.

    This VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by Marilyn Christiano. I'm Rich Kleinfeldt.

    Good luck !!!

    Lich khai giang TOEIC Academy


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    Now, the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.
    Expressions (1) about water are almost common as(2) water itself. But many of the expressions using (3) water have unpresent (4) meanings.
    The expression to be in hot water (5) is one of them. It is a very all expressions (6). Hot water was used five hundred years ago to mean (7) being in trouble. One story says (8) it got that meaning from the custom (9) of throwing (10) extremely hot water down on enemy (11) attacking a castle (12).
    That no longer happens (13). But we still get in hot water. When we are in hot water, we are in trouble (14). It can be any kind of (15) trouble-serious, or not so serious (16). A person who brake of law(17) can be in hot water with the police. A young boy can be in hot water with his mother, if he walks in a house (18) with the silk(19).
    Being in deep water is almost the same as (20) being in hot water. When you are in deep water, you are in a difficult position (21). Imagine (22) a person who cannot swim being strong (23) in water over his head.
    You are in deep water when you are facing of problem(24) that you do not have the ability to show (25). You can be in deep water, for example, if you invest in (26)without knowing anything about the .. (27).
    To keep your head of(28) water is a color of (29)expression that means staying out of death (30). A company sick (31) to keep its head above water during economic hight times (32). A man who loses (33) his job try to keep his head above water(34) until he finds a(35) new job.
    Water over the dam (36) is another expression about a part devent(37). It is something that is finished (38). It cannot be changed (39). The expression comes from the idea that water that has flown(40) over a dam cannot be back (41) again.
    When a friend trouble (42) by a mistake she has made (43), you might tell her to forget about it (44). You say it is water over the dam.
    Another companies(45) expression, to hold (46) water, is about the strenght or weakness (47) of an idea or opinion that you may be arguing (48) about. It probably (49) comes from away of testing (50) the condition of a container (51). If it can hold water, it is strong and has no holes (52) in it. If your argument (53) can hold water, it is strong and does not have any holes. If it does not hold water, then it is weak (54) and not worth departing (55).
    Throwing cold water also is an expression that idea (56) with iodea or .. (57). It means to not like an idea(580. for example, you want to buy a new car (59) because the old one (60) has some problems. But your wife throws cold water on the idea, because she says a new car costs (61) too much.

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    Unit 21:Water: She Is In Hot Water

    Now, the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.
    ...Expressions (1) about water are almost ...as common as (2) water itself. But many of the expressions ...use in (3) water have ...unpleasant (4) meanings.

    The expression "to be in ...hot water (5)" is one of them. It is a very...old expression (6). "Hot water" was used five hundred years ago ...to mean (7) being in trouble. One ...story says (8) it got that meaning from the ...custom (9) of ...throwing (10) extremely hot water down on ...enemies (11) attacking a...castle (12).

    That no longer...happened (13). But we still get in "hot water." When we are in "hot water,"...we are in trouble (14). It can be ...any kind of (15) trouble serious, or not...so serious (16). A person who ...breaks a law (17) can be in hot water with the police. A young boy can be in hot water with his mother, if he ...walks in the house (18) with...dirty shoes (19).

    Being in "deep water" is almost ...the same as (20) being in hot water. When you are in "deep water," you are in a...difficult condition (21). ...Imagine (22) a person who cannot swim ...being thrown (23) in water over his head.

    You are in deep water when you are ...facing a problem (24) that you do not have the ability to...solve (25). You can be in deep water, for example, if you ...invest in stocks (26) without knowing anything about the...stock market (27).

    "To keep your ...head above (28) water" is a ...colorful (29) expression that means staying out of ...debt (30). A company ...ceased (31) to keep its head above water during economic ...hard times (32). A man who ...loses (33) his job tries to ...keep his head above water (34) until he ...finds a (35) new job.

    "Water over the ...dam (36)" is another expression about a...bad event (37). It is something that is...finished (38). It cannot be...changed (39). The expression comes from the idea that water that ...is flowed (40) over a dam cannot be ...brought back (41) again.

    When a friend ...is trouble (42) by a...mistake she has made (43), you might tell her to...forget about it (44). You say it is water over the dam.

    Another ...common (45) expression, "to ...hold (46) water," is about the strength or ...weakness (47) of an idea or opinion that you may be ...arguing (48) about. It ...probably (49) comes from a way of ...testing (50) the condition of a...container (51). If it can hold water, it is strong and has no ...holes (52) in it. If your ...argument (53) can hold water, it is strong and does not have any holes. If it does not hold water, then it is ...weak (54) and not worth...debating (55).

    "Throwing cold water" also is an expression that ...deals (56) with ideas or...proposals (57). It means to...not like an idea (58). For example, you want to buy ...a new car (59) because the ...old one (60) has some problems. But your wife "throws cold water" on the idea, because she says a new car ...costs (61) too much.

    This VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by Marilyn Christiano. I'm Rich Kleinfeldt.


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  4. #144
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    5 mistakes---> MARK : 9,3
    Thanks teacher M.O ^^~~

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    Now, the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

    ...Expressions (1) about water are almost ...as common as (2) water itself. But many of the expressions ...using (3) water have ...unpleasant (4) meanings.

    The expression "to be in ...hot water (5)" is one of them. It is a very...old expression (6). "Hot water" was used five hundred years ago ...to mean (7) being in trouble. One ...story says (8) it got that meaning from the ...custom (9) of ...throwing (10) extremely hot water down on ...enemy (11) attacking a...castle (12).

    That no longer...happens (13). But we still get in "hot water." When we are in "hot water,"...we are in trouble (14). It can be ...any kind of (15) trouble serious, or not...so serious (16). A person who ...breaks a law (17) can be in hot water with the police. A young boy can be in hot water with his mother, if he ...walks in a house (18) with...duty shoes (19).

    Being in "deep water" is almost ...the same as (20) being in hot water. When you are in "deep water," you are in a...difficult position (21). ... Imagine (22) a person who cannot swim ...being thrown (23) in water over his head.

    You are in deep water when you are ...facing a problem (24) that you do not have the ability to...solve (25). You can be in deep water, for example, if you ...invest in stock (26) without knowing anything about the...stock market (27).

    "To keep your ...head above (28) water" is a ...colorful (29) expression that means staying out of ...dead (30). A company ...seeks (31) to keep its head above water during economic ...hard times (32). A man who ...loses (33) his job tries to ...keep his head above water (34) until he ...finds a (35) new job.

    "Water over the ...dam (36)" is another expression about a...past event (37). It is something that is...finished (38). It cannot be...changed (39). The expression comes from the idea that water that ...is flowed (40) over a dam cannot be ...brought back (41) again.

    When a friend ...in troubles (42) by a...mistake she had made (43), you might tell her to...forget about it (44). You say it is water over the dam.

    Another ...common (45) expression, "to ...hold (46) water," is about the strength or ...weakness (47) of an idea or opinion that you may be ...arguing (48) about. It ...probably (49) comes from a way of ...testing (50) the condition of a...container (51). If it can hold water, it is strong and has no ...holes (52) in it. If your ...argument (53) can hold water, it is strong and does not have any holes. If it does not hold water, then it is ...weak (54) and not worth...debating (55).

    "Throwing cold water" also is an expression that ...deals (56) with ideas or...proposal (57). It means to...not like an idea (58). For example, you want to buy ...a new car (59) because the ...old one (60) has some problems. But your wife "throws cold water" on the idea, because she says a new car ...costs (61) too much.

    This VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by Marilyn Christiano. I'm Rich Kleinfeldt.

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  6. #146
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    8 lỗi/61= 8,7 đ



    Now, the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

    ...Expressions (1) about water are almost ...as common as (2) water itself. But many of the expressions ...using (3) water have ...unpleasant (4) meanings.

    The expression "to be in ...hot water (5)" is one of them. It is a very...old expression (6). "Hot water" was used five hundred years ago ...to mean (7) being in trouble. One ...story says (8) it got that meaning from the ...custom (9) of ...throwing (10) extremely hot water down on ...enemies (11) attacking a...castle (12).

    That no longer...happens (13). But we still get in "hot water." When we are in "hot water,"...we are in trouble (14). It can be ...any kind of (15) trouble serious, or not...so serious (16). A person who ...breaks a law (17) can be in hot water with the police. A young boy can be in hot water with his mother, if he ...walks in the house (18) with...dirty shoes (19).

    Being in "deep water" is almost ...the same as (20) being in hot water. When you are in "deep water," you are in a...difficult position (21). ... Imagine (22) a person who cannot swim ...being thrown (23) in water over his head.

    You are in deep water when you are ...facing a problem (24) that you do not have the ability to...solve (25). You can be in deep water, for example, if you ...invest in stocks (26) without knowing anything about the...stock market (27).

    "To keep your ...head above (28) water" is a ...colorful (29) expression that means staying out of ...<dead> debt (30). A company ...seeks (31) to keep its head above water during economic ...hard times (32). A man who ...loses (33) his job tries to ...keep his head above water (34) until he ...finds a (35) new job.

    "Water over the ...dam (36)" is another expression about a...past event (37). It is something that is...finished (38). It cannot be...changed (39). The expression comes from the idea that water that ...<is>has flowed (40) over a dam cannot be ...brought back (41) again.

    When a friend ...in <troubles> troubled (42) by a...mistake she <had> has made (43), you might tell her to...forget about it (44). You say it is water over the dam.

    Another ...common (45) expression, "to ...hold (46) water," is about the strength or ...weakness (47) of an idea or opinion that you may be ...arguing (48) about. It ...probably (49) comes from a way of ...testing (50) the condition of a...container (51). If it can hold water, it is strong and has no ...holes (52) in it. If your ...argument (53) can hold water, it is strong and does not have any holes. If it does not hold water, then it is ...weak (54) and not worth...debating (55).

    "Throwing cold water" also is an expression that ...deals (56) with ideas or...proposal (57). It means to...not like an idea (58). For example, you want to buy ...a new car (59) because the ...old one (60) has some problems. But your wife "throws cold water" on the idea, because she says a new car ...costs (61) too much.

    This VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by Marilyn Christiano. I'm Rich Kleinfeldt.

    Lich khai giang TOEIC Academy


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    Now, the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

    .expressions..(1) about water are almost as..common.(2) water itself. But many of the expressions ...using(3) water have .unpleasant..(4) meanings.

    The expression "to be in .hot water..(5)" is one of them. It is a very..ole expression.(6). "Hot water" was used five hundred years ago ..to mean.(7) being in trouble. One .story said..(8) it got that meaning from the custom...(9) of throwing...(10) extremely hot water down on enemies...(11) attacking a.casstle..(12).

    That no longer...happens(13). But we still get in "hot water." When we are in "hot water,"...we are in trouble(14). It can be ..any kind of .(15) trouble serious, or not...so serious(16). A person who ..breaks the law.(17) can be in hot water with the police. A young boy can be in hot water with his mother, if he walks in the house...(18) with dirty shoes...(19).

    Being in "deep water" is almost the same as...(20) being in hot water. When you are in "deep water," you are in a...difficult position21). ..imagine.(22) a person who cannot swim . being thrown..(23) in water over his head.

    You are in deep water when you are .facing a problem..(24) that you do not have the ability to.solve..(25). You can be in deep water, for example, if you .invest..in starks(26) without knowing anything about the..stark market.(27).

    "To keep your .head above..(28) water" is a .colorful..(29) expression that means staying out of .death..(30). A company ..seeks.(31) to keep its head above water during economic hard times...(32). A man who .lose..(33) his job tries to keep his head above water...(34) until he .finds..(35) new job.

    "Water over the ..dam.(36)" is another expression about a..past event(37). It is something that is..finished.(38). It cannot be..changed.(39). The expression comes from the idea that water that flows...(40) over a dam cannot be ..brought back.(41) again.

    When a friend is .trouble..(42) by a.mistake she has made..(43), you might tell her to.forget. about it.(44). You say it is water over the dam.

    Another ..common.(45) expression, "to hold...(46) water," is about the strength or ...weakness(47) of an idea or opinion that you may be .arguing..(48) about. It probably...(49) comes from a way of testing ...(50) the condition of a.container..(51). If it can hold water, it is strong and has no ..holes.(52) in it. If your argument...(53) can hold water, it is strong and does not have any holes. If it does not hold water, then it is weak...(54) and not worth...debating(55).

    "Throwing cold water" also is an expression that .deal..(56) with ideas or..opposures.(57). It means to..not like an idea.(58). For example, you want to buy ...a new car(59) because the old one...(60) has some problems. But your wife "throws cold water" on the idea, because she says a new car ...costs(61) too much.

    This VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by Marilyn Christiano. I'm Rich Kleinfeldt.


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