Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 11 - Pearson [Unit 1: The generation gap]

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Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 11 - Pearson [Unit 1: The generation gap], gồm các phần: PHONETICS - VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR - SPEAKING - READING - WRITING và giải bài tập kiểm tra.

1. If the 'children be'come independent, it will be 'good as they can 'make their own de cisions 'whether they are 'right or 'wrong.
2. Some 'parents 'spend too little time co'mmunicating with and 'listening to their 'children.
3. 'Children have to dis'cuss 'serious 'things or big de'cisions with their 'parents as it 'shows re'spect to them.
4. 'Corporal pu'nishment is not allowed since this may 'cause a 'serious 'impact on their 'children’s de'velopment.
5. Every 'home should have a 'list of 'family 'rules which 'state expec tations for be'haviour.
6. It is im'portant to in'form the 'family before 'going out anywhere.
I/ 1. H     2. E     3. G    4. J    5. B    6. D    7. I    8. A   9. F   10. C
II/ 1. closer 2. easier  3. stressed 4. precious  5. behave  6. values 7. skills 8. fun
III/ 1. talk 2. know/see  3. care 4. ask 5. remind
IV/ 1. values 2. impose  3. attitude  4. respectful  5. mature 6. burden
      7. curfews       8. peacemaker       9. babysitter      10. siblings
V/ 1. powerful  2. who  3. after  4. makes  5. provides
     6. chance 7. bills  8. advantages  9. opportunity  10. Nuclear
VI/ A. airmail     B. background   C. bedtime      D. countryside
       E. daybreak  F. deadline         H. feedback    G. runway
VII/ 1. shouldn’t    2. should 3.shouldn’t  4. shouldn’t  5. should  6. should
VIII/ 1. mustn’t     2. mustn’t   3. may 4. must 5. have to    6. have to
IX/1. don’t have to get up      2. have to find              3. don’t have to do
4. have to write                      5.don't have to wear   6. have to wear
7. don’t have to answer         10. have to be

I/ 1.T    2. T     3. F     4. T     5. F    6. T
1. They are: a teenager is getting bad grades at school, a teen is hanging out with a bad crowd, and a parent is very strict with their teenager.
2. That teen may have difficulty in graduating from high school and getting into college, or getting scholarships for school.
3. Because their teen can end up doing the se bad things too.
4. A teenager wants to rebel when his parent is very strict with him.
5. They are: both parties should communicate with each other, teenagers should do things together with their parents, or they go to a family counselor.

1. Because they maintain peace and order in the family.
2. Everyone should be involved in making the decision of important matters.
3. They are the pillars of the family and to guide the children to be responsible and practise good values.
4. They teach children to become more responsible and have discipline not only at home but especially outside of the home.
5. They can prevent conflict, misunderstanding, quarrels and fights among children.
Task 1: C
Task 2: 1. laptop 2. online 3. homepage 4. offline 5. upload   6. real-time
Task 3: 1.T   2. F    3. T    4. F   5. F   6. F   7. T   8. T
V/ 1.D     2. B      3. A     4. C    5. C 
I/ 1. A    2. C    3. F    4. E    5. D     6. B

II/ 1. G    2. B    3. D     4. A    5. F 

1. All family members must discuss the rules.
2. Young children should receive lots of encouragement to follow family rules.
3. The daily routines make children feel safe and secure.
4. If every family member shares the household chores, the burden will be lighter for everyone.
5. We should hold an informal family meeting to give family members a chance to suggest better ways to share household chores.
6. I am allowed to take part in social activities at school and at the community.
II/ 1. E     2. C      3. F        4. D      5. B
1. Parent-child conflicts can occur for many reasons.
2. Resolving a parent-child conflict requires the participation of everyone involved.
3. Communication is a very useful tool in resolving conflicts.
4. Parents try to understand what a child is thinking instead of criticizing them all the time.
5. Family rules should be appropriate and fair in order to avoid conflicts.
IV/ Student’s own answer.
TEST 1 (Unit 1)
I+II/ 1.D    2. C    3. D    4. C    5. A
III/ 6. B   7. A    8. A    9. C   10. C   11. C   12. B   13. C   14. A   15. D
IV/ 16. misunderstanding   17. technologies  18. reaction   19. personality   20. situation
V/ 21.B   22. C   23. D   24. C   25. A   26. D   27. B   28. D   29. A   30. B
VI/ 31. D    32. B   33. A   34. C   35. B
VII/ 36. C   37. E    38. G    39. B   40. D
41. It is my parents’ wish that I should speak in a polite voice to other people.
42.I should get home by curfew.
43.I am allowed to visit my classmates at the weekend.
44. My parents always refuse to allow me to ask for things in the supermarket.
45. A few clear and specific rules are likely to be more effective than a long list.
46. Parents have more authority, power, and influence than their children.
47. Parents must set the limits of acceptable and unacceptable behaviour for their children.
48. A relationship of mutual respect should be developed between parents and children.
49. Each person in the conflict wants or needs something different from what the other person thinks.
50. Parents always want the best things for their children, but they should also respect their children’s privacy of their thoughts, bedroom, and phone calls.
TEST 2 (Unit 1)
I+II/ 1.A   2. C   3. B   4. A   5. C
III/ 6. B   7. D    8. B    9. C   10. B 11.D   12. A   13. B  14. A  15. D
IV/ 16. foreign  17. upset  18. disrespectful  19. significant  20. popular
V/ 21. C   22. A    23. B   24. D   25. C   26. A   27. C   28. A   29. C   30. B
VI/ 31.D   32. A   33. C   34. B   35. A
VII/ 36. C    37. F    38. G    39. B    40. A
41. Children are allowed to take part in the rule-making process.
42. Many families find it useful to write down a set of rules about how family members are expected to behave.
43. Many parents think that they should make the rules public by sticking them on the fridge.
44. Young children will need to get supervision and support to follow family rules.
45. A family must have rules about safe behaviour, including rules about alcohol use, dating and curfew.
46. Rules can help your family members get along better, and make family life more peaceful.
47. Effective rules are positive statements about how your family wants to look after and treat its members.
48. Family rules help children and young people learn where the limits are, and what is expected of them.
49. It is important to involve all members of the family as much as possible when developing family rules.
50. As children get older, they can contribute even more to decide what the rules should be, as well as the consequences for breaking them.
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