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Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 12 - Pearson [Unit 10: Lifelong learning]

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Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 12 - Pearson [Unit 10: Lifelong learning], gồm các phần: PHONETICS - VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR - SPEAKING - READING - WRITING và giải bài tập kiểm tra.

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A. PHONETICS
 
I. 1. What is lifelong education? ↘
2. Is it the beginning of a future trend? ↗
3. Do adults and children learn differently? ↗
4. What is a learning organization? ↘
5. What are the different methods available for the evaluation of student learning?↘
6. Are there any lifelong learning centre in our neighbourhood? ?↗ 
II.
1. What is the Academy for Lifelong Learning at Saratoga Springs (A.L.L.)? ↘
2. Who are the members and where do they come from? ↘
3. Are scholarships available? ↗
4. Will I be interviewed for lifelong courses at your centre? ↗
5. What qualifications will I need to start a course? ↘
6. What are the study groups for LLL like? ↘
 
B. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR

I. 1. hospitality     2. opportunity    3. facilitate    4. ultimate   5. overwhelming
6. lifelong     7. temptation      8. employable    9. adequate    10. initiative
 
II. 1. facilitator     2. Ultimately    3. pursuit    4. motivated
     5. inadequate    6. flexibility    7. geniuses    8. voluntarily
 
III. 1. take care of    2. difference   3. appearance  4. take part in
      5. take a break   6. examinations   7. performance   8. education
      9. take advantage of    10. cooperation with
 
IV. 1. death    2. less    3. learn    4. books    5. failure
      6. result     7. pain    8. discovery    9. education    10. flame
 
V. 1. self-motivation    2. experience    3. develop   4. meaning   5. recollection
     6. skills    7. what      8. how            9. topic        10. mistakes
 
VI. 1. pace     2. Plan        3. content     4. opportunities    5. colleagues
       6. blogs     7. skills    8. charities       9. training      10. value
 
VII. 1. E   2. I   3. J   4.A   5. G   6. C   7. H   8. F   9. B   10. D
 
VIII. 1. D; mixed        2. G; second        3. F; mixed    4. E; third
          5. B; mixed        6. H; mixed         7. A; mixed   8. C; second
 
IX. 1. C   2.B   3. D   4. A   5. G   6. F   7. I   8. H   9. J   10. E
 
X. 1. wouldn’t be – hadn’t forgotten        2. would know – had listened
3. had paid – would/ could understand    4. wouldn’t be – hadn’t moved
5. had taken – would/ could work out     6. hadn’t been – wouldn’t be wearing
 
XI. 1. If I hadn’t failed my maths exam last month, I wouldn’t be taking it again.
2. If Nick had written to Emily, she wouldn’t get angry with him.
3. If harry hadn’t lost his iphone, he wouldn’t look miserable.
4. If Jim had had breakfast this morning, he would be hungry now.
5. If it had rained last week, that waterfall would have much water now.
6. If I had seen the beginning of this film, I would/could understand what’s happening.
 
C. READING
 
I. Task 1. 1. F     2. T     3. NG    4. T    5. F    6. NG   7. T    8. F
 
Task 2.
1. It is learning that is pursued throughout life.
2. It means mastering learning tools rather than acquisition of structured knowledge.
3. It means equipping people for the types of work needed now and in the future.
4. Because lifelong learning can inspire creativity, initiative and responsiveness.
5. It is outside dedicated learning institutions, most often in places where learning is not the primary business.
6. It leads to the acquisition of valuable skills, knowledge and attitudes.
 
Task 3
1.  acquisition     2. fostering       3. aesthetic           4. responsiveness  5. distinction      6. Explicit
 
II.
Task 1. 1. NG    2. T    3. F   4. T   5. T   6. F   7. NG   8. F

Task 2.
1. It is 142 years old.
 
2. It is supported by the Singaporean Ministry of Manpower.
 
3. They try to seek inspiration, good practices and contacts from abroad.
 
4. It confirms that the essential issues of lifelong learning are global.
 
5. It is the size of the population, which is a little less than five and a half million.
 
6. The challenges are that online learning needs to be developed; the elderly need to be involved in learning knowledge and skills; and the digital skills of the population must be ensured throughout life, especially after the end of a vocational career.
 
Task 3. 1. civilizing     2. centenary    3. auspices    4. foster    5. seek    6. delegation
 
III.
1. Education plays a vital role in the development of humanity and society.
 
2. He thought that learning is a lifelong ambition, and no one can claim to know enough or know all.
 
3. He still kept learning at the age 71.
 
4. He introduced the idea of lifelong learning in 1961.
 
5. They are: learn to have knowledge, learn to work, learn to live together, and learn to shape personality.
 
6. They are: learn to work, learn to be humans, and to be cadres; learn to serve the masses and all classes of people, for the fatherland and mankind.
 
IV.
1. It involves continuing, interlinked dialogues with others, oneself and the world around.
 
2. He learnt a style of leadership which emphasised listening to everyone’s views.

3. In his opinion, democracy meant hearing everyone and taking a decision together as a people.
 
4. He followed a formal primary and secondary schooling at Wesleyan mission institutions, then the University of Fort Hare.
 
5. He learnt through dialogue with other active members of the ANC, friends and even enemies like prison wardens.
 
6. It was life-wide, lifelong and life-deep.
 
V.
1. She passed exams with flying colors and began training in music.
 
2. She simultaneously took part in the national higher education exams for self- taught adults and the correspondence courses sent by the Journalism College of All-China Journalists Association and the Pre-school Education Department of Beijing Normal University.
 
3. She began to learn new technologies from technicians and young hosts.
 
4. She thought that If we did not learn modestly, we would be kicked out by modernity.
 
5. She hopes that she can get another diploma from the Open University of China.
 
VI. 1. A   2. C    3. D    4. B    5. A    6. C    7. C    8. D
 
D. SPEAKING
1.E    2. H    3. B    4. G   5. A   6. D   7. F   8. C
 
E. WRITING
1.D   2. G   3. B   4. H   5. F   6. A   7. C   8. E
 
TEST 1 (Unit 10)

I+II. 1.D    2. A    3. D    4. C    5. B
 
III. 6. B    7. A    8. D    9. B   10. A   11.B    12. D    13. B   14. C   15. C
 
IV. 16. interests   17. design    18. selection   19. mix   20. subjects
 
V. 21. would have - had    22. would - had     23. had - would    24. had - would have     25. had – would
 
VI.  26. D   27. A   28. C   29. D   30. B   31. C    32. A    33. D   34. B  35. C
 
VII. 36. B    37. D    38. A    39. C    40. A
 
VIII. 41. C    42. F    43. B   44. D   45. A
 
IX. Barriers to Participation in Adult Learning
46. Many adults experience mixed feelings about returning to school or participating in job-related training.
 
47. Many adults have the desire to engage in learning activities, but certain factors prevent them from doing so.
 
48. These barriers include lack of time, money, self-confidence, or problems with child care and transportation.
 
49. In the workplace, employees are motivated to learn when they are preparing for an expected promotion.
 
50. As adults, we must learn how to overcome the barriers to participation in learning so that we (may) continue to gain new learning experience.
 
TEST 2 (Unit 10)
 
I+II. 1. A   2. C   3. D    4. A   5. B
 
III. 6. B    7. D    8. B   9. A    10. B   11.C   12. D   13. A   14. B   15. C
 
IV. 16. idea   17. adventure    18. learning    19. effort    20. knowledge
 
V.
21. If there hadn’t been wars in that country, a lot of people wouldn’t have died in them.
 
22. If I had got a degree in Information Technology at university, I could apply for that job.
 
23. If women had had an important role in the past, they could have changed the world.
 
24. If people had spoken one language, we wouldn’t have barriers in communication now.
 
25. If my parents hadn’t met 20 years ago, I wouldn’t be here now.
 
VI. 26. B   27. D   28. A   29. C   30. D   31. B   32. A   33. C   34. D   35. B
 
VII. 36. C   37. D    38. B   39. C   40. B

VIII. 41. B    42. F    43. C    44. G   45. D
 
IX.  Psychological Barriers to Lifelong Learning
0. Over the last decades, lifelong learning has become an important field of education.
 
46. Adults may encounter obstacles in resuming their educational improvement.
47. These obstacles can come from social and family responsibilities.
48. A program that does not cover their needs or wants is also another obstacle.
49. A person in a new educational environment which consists/ consisting of people from a wide age variety can be stressed.
50. An adult who is busy with his family has difficulty in keeping up with others in study.
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