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Đề ti: VOA Test 106

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    From VOA Learning English, this is In The News.
    Labor groups, businesses and people around the world are (1) ___condemning_____ the human cost of a building collapse in Bangladesh. More than 500 people are (2) _confirmed_______ dead after the building failure on April 24th.
    In the capital, Dhaka, tens of thousands of (3) _textile workers_______ ended a week-long protest and reported to their jobs on Thursday. The collapsed building had housed several clothing factories. The workers had (4) _lauched_______ the protest to demand better working conditions.

    The $20 billion dollar textile industry in Bangladesh makes up 80 percent of the country’s exports. Bangladesh’s Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association says it is working to prevent future (5) _incidents_______. Association representative Shahidullah Azim says his group is working with government officials. He says the team will move immediately to report (6) __unsafe conditions______ to the government.

    However, clothing workers and activists say they have heard similar (7) _promises_______ before. Just six months ago, more than 100 people were killed in a factory fire in Dhaka.

    The day before the building collapse, an engineer warned of (8) _cracks_______ in the structure. Some concerned business owners had sent workers home.

    Alonzo Suson works with the Bangladesh Center for Workers' (9) _solidarity_______. He is not sure whether working conditions will change when most textile workers earn less than $50 a month. He tells of a 16-year-old who was told she would lose a week’s pay if she (10) __failed______ to enter the factory.

    Doctors had to remove the young woman’s arm after she was severely (11) __injured______ in the collapse. Alonzo Suson says clothing workers cannot refuse to work in unsafe conditions. He says some workers know the place where they work is unsafe. But the workers need the job to(12) _survive_______.

    Mr. Suson says Bangladesh’s clothing industry needs more (13) _inspectors_______and laws for building safety. He says only 25 to 30 factories have(14) _labor unions_______, and most were organized in the past six months.

    In Dhaka, police have (15) _detained_______ the owner of the collapsed building. Some protesters say he should be sentenced to death. Police have also (16) __arrested______ factory owners and building engineers for ignoring safety issues.

    Activists say people overseas must also take responsibility -- both those who sell clothing and buyers of the clothes made in unsafe factories.

    On Thursday, the European Union said it may change its trade agreement with Bangladesh. The EU called on Bangladeshi (17) __officials______ to ensure that the country’s factories obey international labor rules.

    Europe is Bangladesh’s largest (18) _trading partner_______. Ineke Zeldenrust is with the activist Clean Clothes Campaign in Europe. She says western clothing stores (19) _having_______ warnings about the dangerous conditions in foreign factories. She says Western businesses must promise to pay more to clothing (20) _manufacturers_______ and demand safer factories.

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    1. condemning
    2. confirmed
    3. textile
    4. launched
    5. incidents
    6. unsafe conditions
    7. promises
    8. cracks
    9. solidarity
    10. failed
    11. injured
    12. survive
    13. inspectors
    14. labor unions
    15. detained
    16. arrested
    17. officials
    18. trading partner
    19. have ignored
    20. manufacturers

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi choobi Xem bi viết
    From VOA Learning English, this is In The News.
    Labor groups, businesses and people around the world are (1) condemning the human cost of a building collapse in Bangladesh. More than 500 people are (2) confirmed dead after the building failure on April 24th.
    In the capital, Dhaka, tens of thousands of (3) textile workers ended a week-long protest and reported to their jobs on Thursday. The collapsed building had housed several clothing factories. The workers had (4) launched the protest to demand better working conditions.

    The $20 billion dollar textile industry in Bangladesh makes up 80 percent of the countrys exports. Bangladeshs Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association says it is working to prevent future (5) incidents. Association representative Shahidullah Azim says his group is working with government officials. He says the team will move immediately to report (6) unsafe conditions to the government.

    However, clothing workers and activists say they have heard similar (7) promises before. Just six months ago, more than 100 people were killed in a factory fire in Dhaka.

    The day before the building collapse, an engineer warned of (8) cracks in the structure. Some concerned business owners had sent workers home.

    Alonzo Suson works with the Bangladesh Center for Workers' (9) Solidarity. He is not sure whether working conditions will change when most textile workers earn less than $50 a month. He tells of a 16-year-old who was told she would lose a weeks pay if she (10) failed to enter the factory.

    Doctors had to remove the young womans arm after she was severely (11) injured in the collapse. Alonzo Suson says clothing workers cannot refuse to work in unsafe conditions. He says some workers know the place where they work is unsafe. But the workers need the job to (12) survive.

    Mr. Suson says Bangladeshs clothing industry needs more (13) inspectors and laws for building safety. He says only 25 to 30 factories have (14) labor unions, and most were organized in the past six months.

    In Dhaka, police have (15) detained the owner of the collapsed building. Some protesters say he should be sentenced to death. Police have also (16) arrested factory owners and building engineers for ignoring safety issues.

    Activists say people overseas must also take responsibility -- both those who sell clothing and buyers of the clothes made in unsafe factories.

    On Thursday, the European Union said it may change its trade agreement with Bangladesh. The EU called on Bangladeshi (17) officials to ensure that the countrys factories obey international labor rules.

    Europe is Bangladeshs largest (18) trading partner. Ineke Zeldenrust is with the activist Clean Clothes Campaign in Europe. She says western clothing stores (19) have ignored warnings about the dangerous conditions in foreign factories. She says Western businesses must promise to pay more to clothing (20) manufacturers and demand safer factories.
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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi Trang_Jaennie Xem bi viết
    Em nop bai a

    From VOA Learning English, this is In The News.
    Labor groups, businesses and people around the world are (1) condemning the human cost of a building collapse in Bangladesh. More than 500 people are (2) confirmed dead after the building failure on April 24th.
    In the capital, Dhaka, tens of thousands of (3) textile workers ended a week-long protest and reported to their jobs on Thursday. The collapsed building had housed several clothing factories. The workers had (4) launched the protest to demand better working conditions.

    The $20 billion dollar textile industry in Bangladesh makes up 80 percent of the countrys exports. Bangladeshs Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association says it is working to prevent future (5) incidents. Association representative Shahidullah Azim says his group is working with government officials. He says the team will move immediately to report (6) unsafe conditions to the government.

    However, clothing workers and activists say they have heard similar (7) promises before. Just six months ago, more than 100 people were killed in a factory fire in Dhaka.

    The day before the building collapse, an engineer warned of (8) cracks in the structure. Some concerned business owners had sent workers home.

    Alonzo Suson works with the Bangladesh Center for Workers' (9) Solidarity. He is not sure whether working conditions will change when most textile workers earn less than $50 a month. He tells of a 16-year-old who was told she would lose a weeks pay if she (10) failed to enter the factory.

    Doctors had to remove the young womans arm after she was severely (11) injured in the collapse. Alonzo Suson says clothing workers cannot refuse to work in unsafe conditions. He says some workers know the place where they work is unsafe. But the workers need the job to(12) survive.

    Mr. Suson says Bangladeshs clothing industry needs more (13) inspectors and laws for building safety. He says only 25 to 30 factories have(14) labor unions, and most were organized in the past six months.

    In Dhaka, police have (15) detained the owner of the collapsed building. Some protesters say he should be sentenced to death. Police have also (16) ________ factory owners and building engineers for ignoring safety issues.

    Activists say people overseas must also take responsibility -- both those who sell clothing and buyers of the clothes made in unsafe factories.

    On Thursday, the European Union said it may change its trade agreement with Bangladesh. The EU called on Bangladeshi (17) Officials to ensure that the countrys factories obey international labor rules.

    Europe is Bangladeshs largest (18) trading partner. Ineke Zeldenrust is with the activist Clean Clothes Campaign in Europe. She says western clothing stores (19) have ignored warnings about the dangerous conditions in foreign factories. She says Western businesses must promise to pay more to clothing (20) manufacturers and demand safer factories.
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    19/ 20. (-1)

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  5. Thnh vin sau cm ơn Listening English v bi viết hữu ch

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi Angel's Tears Xem bi viết


    From VOA Learning English, this is In The News.
    Labor groups, businesses and people around the world are (1) _condemning_______ the human cost of a building collapse in Bangladesh. More than 500 people are (2) ___confirmed____ dead after the building failure on April 24th.
    In the capital, Dhaka, tens of thousands of (3) _
    _textile______ ended a week-long protest and reported to their jobs on Thursday. The collapsed building had housed several clothing factories. The workers had (4) ____launched____ the protest to demand better working conditions.

    The $20 billion dollar textile industry in Bangladesh makes up 80 percent of the countrys exports. Bangladeshs Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association says it is working to prevent future (5) ____incidents____. Association representative Shahidullah Azim says his group is working with government officials. He says the team will move immediately to report (6) ___unsafe conditions_____ to the government.

    However, clothing workers and activists say they have heard similar (7) __promises______ before. Just six months ago, more than 100 people were killed in a factory fire in Dhaka.

    The day before the building collapse, an engineer warned of (8) _cracks_______ in the structure. Some concerned business owners had sent workers home.

    Alonzo Suson works with the Bangladesh Center for Workers' (9) ___Solidarity_____. He is not sure whether working conditions will change when most textile workers earn less than $50 a month. He tells of a 16-year-old who was told she would lose a weeks pay if she (10) __failed______ to enter the factory.

    Doctors had to remove the young womans arm after she was severely (11) _injured_______ in the collapse. Alonzo Suson says clothing workers cannot refuse to work in unsafe conditions. He says some workers know the place where they work is unsafe. But the workers need the job to(12) __survive______.

    Mr. Suson says Bangladeshs clothing industry needs more (13) _inspectors_______and laws for building safety. He says only 25 to 30 factories have(14) __labor unions______, and most were organized in the past six months.

    In Dhaka, police have (15) ____detained____ the owner of the collapsed building. Some protesters say he should be sentenced to death. Police have also (16) __arrested______ factory owners and building engineers for ignoring safety issues.

    Activists say people overseas must also take responsibility -- both those who sell clothing and buyers of the clothes made in unsafe factories.

    On Thursday, the European Union said it may change its trade agreement with Bangladesh. The EU called on Bangladeshi (17) ________ to ensure that the countrys factories obey international labor rules.

    Europe is Bangladeshs largest (18) ___trading partner_____. Ineke Zeldenrust is with the activist Clean Clothes Campaign in Europe. She says western clothing stores (19) ___have ignored_____ warnings about the dangerous conditions in foreign factories. She says Western businesses must promise to pay more to clothing (20) _manufactures_______ and demand safer factories.


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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi nobita8xqah Xem bi viết
    VOA 106
    1. condemning
    2. confirmed
    3. textile workers
    4. launched
    5. incidents
    6. unsafe conditions
    7. promises
    8. cracks
    9. solidarity
    10. failed
    11. injured
    12. survive
    13. inspectors
    14. labor unions
    15. detained
    16. arrested
    17. officials
    18. trading partner
    19. have ignored
    20. manufacturers
    Tk LE!!!!!
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    20/ 20. Very good


  8. Thnh vin sau cm ơn Listening English v bi viết hữu ch

    Trang_Jaennie (28-05-2013)

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi tshamala Xem bi viết
    1. condemning
    2. confirmed
    3. textile workers
    4. launched
    5. incidents
    6. unsafe
    7. promises
    8. cracks
    9. solidarity
    10. fell
    11. injuried
    12. survive
    13. inspectors
    14. labour unions
    15.
    16. arrested
    17. officials
    18. trading partner
    19. have ignored
    20. manufacturers

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    18/ 20 (-2)


  10. Thnh vin sau cm ơn Listening English v bi viết hữu ch

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi binyuri Xem bi viết
    From VOA Learning English, this is In The News.
    Labor groups, businesses and people around the world are (1) ___condemning_____ the human cost of a building collapse in Bangladesh. More than 500 people are (2) _confirmed_______ dead after the building failure on April 24th.
    In the capital, Dhaka, tens of thousands of (3) _textile workers_______ ended a week-long protest and reported to their jobs on Thursday. The collapsed building had housed several clothing factories. The workers had (4) _lauched_______ the protest to demand better working conditions.

    The $20 billion dollar textile industry in Bangladesh makes up 80 percent of the countrys exports. Bangladeshs Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association says it is working to prevent future (5) _incidents_______. Association representative Shahidullah Azim says his group is working with government officials. He says the team will move immediately to report (6) __unsafe conditions______ to the government.

    However, clothing workers and activists say they have heard similar (7) _promises_______ before. Just six months ago, more than 100 people were killed in a factory fire in Dhaka.

    The day before the building collapse, an engineer warned of (8) _cracks_______ in the structure. Some concerned business owners had sent workers home.

    Alonzo Suson works with the Bangladesh Center for Workers' (9) _solidarity_______. He is not sure whether working conditions will change when most textile workers earn less than $50 a month. He tells of a 16-year-old who was told she would lose a weeks pay if she (10) __failed______ to enter the factory.

    Doctors had to remove the young womans arm after she was severely (11) __injured______ in the collapse. Alonzo Suson says clothing workers cannot refuse to work in unsafe conditions. He says some workers know the place where they work is unsafe. But the workers need the job to(12) _survive_______.

    Mr. Suson says Bangladeshs clothing industry needs more (13) _inspectors_______and laws for building safety. He says only 25 to 30 factories have(14) _labor unions_______, and most were organized in the past six months.

    In Dhaka, police have (15) _detained_______ the owner of the collapsed building. Some protesters say he should be sentenced to death. Police have also (16) __arrested______ factory owners and building engineers for ignoring safety issues.

    Activists say people overseas must also take responsibility -- both those who sell clothing and buyers of the clothes made in unsafe factories.

    On Thursday, the European Union said it may change its trade agreement with Bangladesh. The EU called on Bangladeshi (17) __officials______ to ensure that the countrys factories obey international labor rules.

    Europe is Bangladeshs largest (18) _trading partner_______. Ineke Zeldenrust is with the activist Clean Clothes Campaign in Europe. She says western clothing stores (19) _having_______ warnings about the dangerous conditions in foreign factories. She says Western businesses must promise to pay more to clothing (20) _manufacturers_______ and demand safer factories.
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    19/ 20 (-1)


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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi banhmi27 Xem bi viết
    1. condemning
    2. confirmed
    3. textile
    4. launched
    5. incidents
    6. unsafe conditions
    7. promises
    8. cracks
    9. solidarity
    10. failed
    11. injured
    12. survive
    13. inspectors
    14. labor unions
    15. detained
    16. arrested
    17. officials
    18. trading partner
    19. have ignored
    20. manufacturers

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    19/ 20 (-1)


  13. #20
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    Lại đến cuối tuần rồi. Đ c kết quả bi VOA Test 106 nh. Chắc c nhiều bạn mỉm cười lắm...Đy l đp n ny. Mọi người đọc lại nh.

    From VOA Learning English, this is In The News.
    Labor groups, businesses and people around the world are (1) condemning the human cost of a building collapse in Bangladesh. More than 500 people are (2) confirmed dead after the building failure on April 24th.
    In the capital, Dhaka, tens of thousands of (3) textile workers ended a week-long protest and reported to their jobs on Thursday. The collapsed building had housed several clothing factories. The workers had (4) launched the protest to demand better working conditions.

    The $20 billion dollar textile industry in Bangladesh makes up 80 percent of the country’s exports. Bangladesh’s Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association says it is working to prevent future (5) incidents. Association representative Shahidullah Azim says his group is working with government officials. He says the team will move immediately to report (6) unsafe conditions to the government.

    However, clothing workers and activists say they have heard similar (7) promises before. Just six months ago, more than 100 people were killed in a factory fire in Dhaka.

    The day before the building collapse, an engineer warned of (8) cracks in the structure. Some concerned business owners had sent workers home.

    Alonzo Suson works with the Bangladesh Center for Workers' (9) Solidarity. He is not sure whether working conditions will change when most textile workers earn less than $50 a month. He tells of a 16-year-old who was told she would lose a week’s pay if she (10) failed to enter the factory.

    Doctors had to remove the young woman’s arm after she was severely (11) injured in the collapse. Alonzo Suson says clothing workers cannot refuse to work in unsafe conditions. He says some workers know the place where they work is unsafe. But the workers need the job to (12) survive.

    Mr. Suson says Bangladesh’s clothing industry needs more (13) inspectors and laws for building safety. He says only 25 to 30 factories have (14) labor unions, and most were organized in the past six months.

    In Dhaka, police have (15) detained the owner of the collapsed building. Some protesters say he should be sentenced to death. Police have also (16) arrested factory owners and building engineers for ignoring safety issues.

    Activists say people overseas must also take responsibility -- both those who sell clothing and buyers of the clothes made in unsafe factories.

    On Thursday, the European Union said it may change its trade agreement with Bangladesh. The EU called on Bangladeshi (17) officials to ensure that the country’s factories obey international labor rules.

    Europe is Bangladesh’s largest (18) trading partner. Ineke Zeldenrust is with the activist Clean Clothes Campaign in Europe. She says western clothing stores (19) have ignored warnings about the dangerous conditions in foreign factories. She says Western businesses must promise to pay more to clothing (20) manufacturers and demand safer factories.


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