Làm tiếp nữa nhé, nhìn dài chứ thực ra chỉ có 10 câu thôi Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct word tha
Làm tiếp nữa nhé, nhìn dài chứ thực ra chỉ có 10 câu thôi
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
It is estimated that about three billion people use the Internet computer network around the world. Most people use the Internet to (31)_________information or for entertainment. A new study,
however, shows us that almost 10% of Internet users are using it so often that it is seriously harming their lives. The study (32)_________that these people may find it difficult to stop using the Internet
because they have become addicted. Someone who is addicted finds it extremely difficult to stop (33)_________activity. According to a psychologist in the field, 30% of Internet users claim that they
use the Internet to escape from (34)_________or emotions. The study also shows that having a chat or
discussion with strangers on the Internet is one of the most (35)_________activities.
31. A. take B. get C. make D. catch
32. A. says B. speaks C. converses D. tells
33. A. the B. a C. an D. no article
34. A. trouble B. nuisance C. dangers D. problems
35. A. liking B. desired C. addictive D. hunted
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
“Sesame Street” has been called “the longest street in the world”. That is because the television program can be seen in so many parts of the world.
That program became one of America’s exports soon after it was shown in New York in 1969.
In the United States more than six million children watch the program regularly. Although some people do not agree to some parts of the program, parents praise it highly.
Tests have shown that children have learned much from watching “Sesame Street”. The children who watch it five times a week learn more than those who watch it less. In the United States the program is shown at different hours during the week in order to increase the number of children who can watch it regularly.
The program uses songs, stories, jokes and pictures to give children a basic understanding of
numbers, letters and human relationships.
Why has “Sesame Street” been so much more successful than other children’s shows? Many reasons have been suggested, such as the educational theories of its producers, the support from both the government and businessmen, and the full use of various kinds television skills. Perhaps another important reason is that mothers watch “Sesame Street” together with their children. This is partly because famous film stars often appear on “Sesame Street”. But the best reason for the success of the program may be that it makes every child watching it feel able to learn. The child finds himself learning, and he wants to learn more.
36. The “Sesame Street” has been called “the longest street in the world” because it is_________.
A. the longest street in the United States. B. shown in many countries
C. the longest television program in the world. D. watched regularly by six million children
37. The underlined word “praise” in the passage probably means________.
A. use to teach children B. watch and study
C. produce and sell D. approve and admire
38. In the United States many children can watch the program regularly because_________.
A. they needn’t go to school B. it is shown many hours a day
C. it is shown in the evening D. it is shown many times during the week
39. Which of the following are used in the program “Sesame Street”?
A. songs, stories, jokes and numbers B. pictures, letters and relationships
C. songs, stories, jokes and pictures D. numbers and human relationships
40. One of the important reasons for the success of the program is that________. A. not only children but also their mothers like to watch it
B. many famous film stars enjoy watching it C. it teaches educational theories
D. it is produced by the government