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Đề ti: UNit 3--PArties

  1. #11
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  2. #12
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    Scenario 1( viễn cảnh 1)

    Tom was at the dinner table for the first time with his new host family. His host mother, Mrs. Yoshida, was a good cook, and there was plenty of food on the table. Tom enjoyed the meal as well as the pleasant conversation. He ate so much that he felt absolutely stuffed. When he said, "Totemo oishikatta desu. Gochisoosama deshita." (It was delicious. Thank you for the meal."), both host parents insisted that he eat more, saying, "Mada takusan arimasu kara, motto doozo" (There is plenty more, so please eat more.") Tom declined their offer very politely by saying he had had enough, but they insisted again. Tom was dismayed but he felt hesitant about resisting their offer. He put more food on his plate and finished it somehow.

    Why did Tom end up eating more than he wanted?

    A. It is customary in Japan for hosts to insist on their guests taking more. Tom didnt have to eat extra food if he didnt want any more.
    B. It is a Japanese custom to finish all the food on the dinner table. Toms host parents wanted him to have his share since there was still so much food left.
    C. Toms pronunciation was clumsy. His host parents didnt understand what he said.
    D. Tom should have automatically declined the offer of more food repeatedly (even if he were still hungry!). In Japan, guests never eat "seconds"; when offered more food, Japanese people always firmly but politely decline.

    Scenario 2 ( viễn cảnh 2)
    Liz enjoys living in Japan, and she loves Japanese food. Japanese noodles are her favorite. She often has lunch at a small noodle restaurant near her downtown Tokyo apartment thats owned by a well-known soba (buckwheat noodle) chain. She likes the place because the food is good, the price is reasonable, and the atmosphere is pleasant. But one thing bothers Liz: the customers slurp their noodles. Liz thinks of Japanese people as polite and refined, so its difficult for her to reconcile this image with the terrible manners of the noodle restaurants customers.



    Whats going on here?
    A.Japanese noodle-eating etiquette is, to Americans, unusual to say the least. In fact, Liz herself should learn to make the same noise and pick up her bowl to drink the soup that remains after the noodles have been slurped.
    B. Liz actually stumbled into a Taiwanese restaurant.
    C. This occurrence demonstrates a Japanese double standard: Japanese usually have beautiful manners only when foreigners are watching.
    D. Liz is neurotic. In the United States, the sound of crackers crumbling has the same effect on her.

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  4. #13
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    Scenario 1( viễn cảnh 1)

    Tom was at the dinner table for the first time with his new host family. His host mother, Mrs. Yoshida, was a good cook, and there was plenty of food on the table. Tom enjoyed the meal as well as the pleasant conversation. He ate so much that he felt absolutely stuffed. When he said, "Totemo oishikatta desu. Gochisoosama deshita." (It was delicious. Thank you for the meal."), both host parents insisted that he eat more, saying, "Mada takusan arimasu kara, motto doozo" (There is plenty more, so please eat more.") Tom declined their offer very politely by saying he had had enough, but they insisted again. Tom was dismayed but he felt hesitant about resisting their offer. He put more food on his plate and finished it somehow.

    Why did Tom end up eating more than he wanted?

    A. It is customary in Japan for hosts to insist on their guests’ taking more. Tom didn’t have to eat extra food if he didn’t want any more.
    B. It is a Japanese custom to finish all the food on the dinner table. Tom’s host parents wanted him to have his share since there was still so much food left.
    C. Tom’s pronunciation was clumsy. His host parents didn’t understand what he said.
    D. Tom should have automatically declined the offer of more food repeatedly (even if he were still hungry!). In Japan, guests never eat "seconds"; when offered more food, Japanese people always firmly but politely decline.

    Scenario 2 ( viễn cảnh 2)
    Liz enjoys living in Japan, and she loves Japanese food. Japanese noodles are her favorite. She often has lunch at a small noodle restaurant near her downtown Tokyo apartment that’s owned by a well-known soba (buckwheat noodle) chain. She likes the place because the food is good, the price is reasonable, and the atmosphere is pleasant. But one thing bothers Liz: the customers slurp their noodles. Liz thinks of Japanese people as polite and refined, so it’s difficult for her to reconcile this image with the terrible manners of the noodle restaurant’s customers.



    What’s going on here?
    A.Japanese noodle-eating etiquette is, to Americans, unusual to say the least. In fact, Liz herself should learn to make the same noise and pick up her bowl to drink the soup that remains after the noodles have been slurped.
    B. Liz actually stumbled into a Taiwanese restaurant.
    C. This occurrence demonstrates a Japanese double standard: Japanese usually have beautiful manners only when foreigners are watching.
    D. Liz is neurotic. In the United States, the sound of crackers crumbling has the same effect on her.

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  5. Thnh vin sau cm ơn Longan tree v bi viết hữu ch

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  6. #14
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    rembrant vẫn chưa có mặt trong diễn đ n Từng Phụ trch chuyn mục "Tiếng Anh lớp 12"
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    ANSWERS to Scenario 1

    A.
    Correct! It is considered good manners for guests not to accept an offer at first. Therefore, hosts try to repeat an offer until they are sure that their guests really want to decline. Tom could have refused their offer politely by saying, "Arigatoo gozaimasu. Demo moo onaka ga ippai desu kara...." ("Thank you, but I’m already full."), without hurting their feelings.

    B.
    Although there may be countries that have this custom, Japan does not. Choose again.
    C.
    Possible, but unlikely, because Tom and his host family enjoyed their conversation so they must have understood each other. Choose again.
    D.
    Incorrect. It was fine for Tom to have an extra serving after his hosts offered it, if he had been still hungry.
    ANSWERS to Scenario 2
    A.
    This is right. What is acceptable in one culture may be very rude in another. To Japanese people, slurping noodles and picking up the bowl to drink the soup are not offensive. In fact, many Japanese are dismayed when Westerners eat noodles noiselessly.

    B.
    Wrong. Read the episode again; it’s a Japanese noodle shop.
    C.
    Not so - at least for noodle-eating! (Liz was certainly noticed in such a small restaurant.)
    D.
    Highly improbable. If Liz were that neurotic, she wouldn’t have the sense of adventure and emotional flexibility required for Americans to enjoy Japan. Try again.

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  7. 2 thnh vin cm ơn rembrant v bi viết hữu ch

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  8. #15
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    rembrant vẫn chưa có mặt trong diễn đ n Từng Phụ trch chuyn mục "Tiếng Anh lớp 12"
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    COMPOUND NOUNS
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    Cấu tạo :

    Những từ có thể được nối với nhau để có dạng danh từ ghép . Đó là những từ rất phổ biến và là sự nối từ mới được tìm ra hầu hết từ cuộc sống hàng ngày. Thường thì danh từ ghép có 2 phần. Phần thứ 2 để nhận biết được đó là vật hoặc người trong câu hỏi (man, friend, tank, table, room). Phần thứ nhất chỉ cho chúng ta thấy tính chất vật, người của chính nó hoặc mục đích,tác dụng, nghề nghiệp của nó(police, boy, water, dining, bed):

    What type / what purpose What or who
    police man
    boy friend
    water tank
    dining table
    bed room


    The two parts may be written in a number of ways :

    1. as one word.
    Example: policeman, boyfriend

    2. as two words joined with a hyphen.Example: dining-table

    3. as two separate words.Example: fish tank.

    Ko có nguyên tắc cơ bản nào về việc xắp xếp , ghép các từ tạo thành danh từ ghép. Vì vậy viết danh từ ghép thì từ nào quen thuộc , biết đến nhiều hơn là từ đứng thứ nhất. Các từ khác sẽ là từ thứ 2.( nhưng chỉ mang tính tương đối vì danh từ ghép phụ thuộc vào ngôn ngữ cuộc sống là chính )

    The two parts may be:
    Examples:
    noun + noun
    bedroom
    water tank
    motorcycle
    printer cartridge

    noun + verb
    rainfall
    haircut
    train-spotting

    noun + adverb
    hanger-on
    passer-by

    verb + noun
    washing machine
    driving licence
    swimming pool

    verb + adverb*
    lookout
    take-off
    drawback

    adjective + noun
    greenhouse
    software
    redhead

    adjective + verb
    dry-cleaning
    public speaking
    adverb + noun
    onlooker
    bystander

    adverb + verb*

    output
    overthrow
    upturn
    input


    Danh từ ghép thì có ý nghĩa khác so với nghĩa của từng từ ghép lại.

    Nhấn trọng âm là phần rất quan trọng trong phát âm. Nó được so sánh giữa 1 danh từ ghép (e.g. greenhouse)và một danh từ gồm một tính từ+ danh từ.(e.g. green house).

    Trong danh từ ghép trọng âm thường được đánh ở âm tiết thứ nhất:

    a 'greenhouse = place where we grow plants (compound noun)
    a green 'house = house painted green (adjective and noun)
    a 'bluebird = type of bird (compound noun)
    a blue 'bird = any bird with blue feathers (adjective and noun)

    * Một số danh từ ghép bắt nguồn từ cụm động từ (verb + adverb or adverb + verb).

    Examples: breakdown, outbreak, outcome, cutback, drive-in, drop-out, feedback, flyover, hold-up, hangover, outlay, outlet, inlet, makeup, output, set-back, stand-in, takeaway, walkover.


    Noun + Noun ==> Noun

    Noun + noun là sự kết hợp thường thấy. Chú ý rằng đề cập loại của vật hoặc người thường là từ đứng cuối.
    der Vater das Land ==> das Vaterland
    the father the land ==> the native country

    The first component is frequently a noun in the genitive singular:
    der Geist die Kraft ==> Geisteskraft
    the spirit the power ==> intellectual power
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