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Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 10 - Pearson [Unit 7: Cultural diversity]

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Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 10 - Pearson [Unit 7: Cultural diversity], gồm các phần: PHONETICS - VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR - SPEAKING - READING - WRITING và giải bài tập kiểm tra.

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A. PHONETICS
I/
Oo desert (n), export (n), import (n), present (n), produce (n), suspect (n), answer (n, v), offer (n, v), picture (n, v), promise (n, v), travel (n, v), visit (n, v),
oO desert (v), export (v), import (v), present (v), produce (v), suspect (v), advice (n, v), reply (n, v), respect (n, v)
 
II/ 1. pre'sented,  'presents   2. pro'gress (v), 'progress (n)  3. 'contrast (n), con'trast (v)
    4. 'rebel, re'belled   5. 'object (n), ob'ject (v)
 
B. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR
 
I/ 1. relationship     2. dates     3. permission      4. altar       5. business
6. bad luck             7. times     8. practices         9. mirrors    10. predictions
 
II/ 1. A     2. D     3. B     4. C
1. got engaged     2. engagement    3. wedding     4. ceremony    5. reception
6. bride         7. groom        8. newly-weds        9. honeymoon         10. excitement
 
III/ 1. a     2. the    3. the    4. a    5. the    6. a  7. an  8. the  9. the 10. the
 
IV/ 1. the    2. the     3. a    4. the     5. an   6. the    7. the   8. Ø  9. Ø  10. the
 
V/ 1. the - a          2. an - the                 3. an - the - a - the - the - the - a - the - a
     4. the - the      5. the - the - an         6. the - a - the - the 
     7. the - the - a    8. the - the             9. an - an - a         10. A- a
 
VI/ 1. the oldest            2. the earliest            3. larger          4. the most magical
5. the most popular        6. larger                7. more mystical    8. The most favourite
9. the most important      10. the simplest
 
C. READING
 
I/ 1. False     2. True       3. False    4. False    5. True
 
II/ 1.C       2. B         3. C      4. B      5. D
 
III/ 1.C     2. A      3. D       4. B        5. A
 
IV/ 1. Cancer      2. Leo         3. Virgo        4. Gemini     5. Taurus
 
V/ 1.T    2. F    3. T    4. F    5. T    6. T    7. T   8. F    9. T   10. F
 
VI/ 1. B    2. D     3. A     4. E    5. C
6. Culture helps us (to) evaluate everything around us.
7. Because they use their own culture as the standard to judge other cultures.
8. Because we can increase our level of understanding about other cultures by interacting with people outside of your own culture.
9. Learning about other cultures helps us understand different aspects in the world, helps remove negative stereotypes and personal biases about different groups, and helps us recognize and respect other ways of life that are not necessarily our own.
10. It supports the idea that every person can make a unique and positive contribution to the larger society.
 
VII/
1. It was the Jade Emperor.
 
2. Because Rat jumped off the Ox to the shore, becoming the first Zodiac Sign. The Rat pushed the Cat into the water, so it finally arrived the 13th.
 
3. The Dragon was a bit slower in his arrival because he saw people in need of rain.
4. Because the Dog was/had been distracted by a play in the water, and the Pig (had) stopped for a nap along the way.
 
5. It is said that cats do that because of the jealous actions of that first Rat.
 
VIII/
1. They are: Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, and Saturn.
 
2. It is that fire helps soil but destroys metal while soil helps metal; wood destroys soil while water helps wrood; water destroys fire while metal helps water, and metal destroys wood while wood helps fire.
 
3. They may have countless arguments, poverty, and get divorced.
 
4. He looks for the girl of wood.
 
5. It is the thought of romance.
 
IX/
1. Because it means you will lose money.
 
2. They are in China and Viet Nam.
 
3. It is in Turkey.
 
4. Opening and closing scissors without cutting anything, or leaving them open brings you bad luck, but scissors under a pillow can cure a person of their nightmares.
 
5. It is in India.
 
6. It is on Thursday.
 
7. It is in South Korea.
 
8. In Denmark, they save broken dishes all year long to throw at the houses of friends and family on New Year’s Eve. It’s believed that the larger the amount of porcelain, the more good luck the recipients will have in the New Year.
 
X/ 1.F    2. G    3. J    4. C    5. H    6. D    7. B    8. E   9. I  10. A
 
D. SPEAKING  
 
I+II/ Your own answers.  
 
III/ 1. E   2.G    3. C    4. D     5. A
 
E. WRITING  
 
I/ 1.E    2. B    3. D    4.G    5. A
 
II/ 1. G    2.C     3. E    4. A    5. F
 
III/ Japanese Gift-Giving Etiquette
 
1. Gift giving is a common part of the Japanese culture.
 
2. Different types of gifts are given on different occasions.
 
3. Gifts in sets of four are usually avoided because it is considered an unlucky number.
 
4. There is also a superstition that potted plants encourage sickness and should be avoided as well.
5. Red is an energetic color and symbolizes longevity so it is a great wrapping color for birthday presents.
 
6. Gifts should always be given and received with two hands and it’s common for the recipient to decline a gift up to three times before accepting it.
 
TEST 1 (Unit 7)
 
I+II/ 1.D   2. A    3. B     4. C     5.A
 
III/  6. A    7. C    8. D    9. A    10. B    11.C    12. C    13. B    14. B    15. D
 
IV/
16 .ceremonies      17. bride         18. wealth        19. presents       20. luck
21. respects           22. marriage   23. home         24. reception      25. rounds
 
V/ 26. A    27. C   28. B   29. D   30. A   31. A   32. C  33. B   34. D    35. C
 
VI/   36. B    37.C     38. D     39. B     40. A
 
VII/ 41. F  42. G    43. B     44. E    45.C
 
VIII/
1. Tea drinking has been a tradition of Vietnamese people for over three thousand years.
2. There are many types of tea in Viet Nam, each with its own unique flavor and properties.
3. Tea can be divided into three kinds – dried tea leaves, tea combined with herbal remedies, and tea scented with flowers.
4. Unlike the Chinese or Japane, the Vietnamese love the taste of plain tea.
5. For green tea, people prefer brewing it hot and strong and sometimes flavoured with lotus, or jasmine flowers.
 
TEST 2 (Unit 7)
 
I+II/ 1. A    2. B    3. D    4. B    5. A
 
III/ 6. D   7. A    8. B    9. B    10. A   11. C    12. B     13. B    14. D    15. D
 
IV/ 16. ritual       17. meaning       18. groom     19. union      20. offers
      21. love         22. luck             23. ceremony   24. death     25. lucky
 
V/ 26. B    27. A    28. D   29. C   30. C    31. A   32. C   33. B   34. D  35. D
 
VI/ 36. C    37. A    38. B    39. D    40. B
 
VII/ 41. C    42. E    43. A   44. F    45. D
 
VIII/ Vietnamese tea customs
46. A Vietnamese tea ceremony is a pleasant sign of hospitality with deep social importance.
47. In general, Vietnamese tea drinking tradition is a bridge that brings people together and helps to understand each other betters.
48. During the Nguyen Dynasty, tea dringking ritual was brought to the level of art.
49. Tea drinking is a customary practice at wedding and engagement ceremonies.
50. Marrying couples use the ritual of drinking tea at the wedding ceremony to express their affection for each other.
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