© 2020 Bài Kiểm Tra.com. All Rights Reserved.

Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 8 - Pearson [Unit 4: Our customs and traditions]

Thứ năm - 20/06/2019 00:04
Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 8 - Pearson [Unit 4: Our customs and traditions], gồm các phần: PHONETICS - VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR - SPEAKING - READING - WRITING và giải bài tập kiểm tra.
/spr/  /str/
spray, spout, spring roll, spread,  spring, spreadsheet, offspring straight, strange, stranger, street, strength, stress, strict, striker, strings, stripes, instructions, pedestrians, strawberries, streams, district,
/spr/: spread, spring, newsprint, spreads, spout
/str/: strange, stress, strange, district, street, astronaut, frustrated
1. a temple         2. take off         3. provider      4. according to –   break with tradition
5. a tradition       6. cultural        7. the custom of      8. gift        9. unlucky   10. death            11. clocks
1.  In Thailand, there’s a tradition that visitors should dress neatly in all religious shrines and temples, and never enter in shorts or sleeveless shirts.
2.  According to tradition, never climb onto a Buddha image to take a photograph or do anything that might indicate a lack of respect.
3.  Following  the  tradition  of  Thailand,  a  monk  is  not  allowed  to  touch  money,  so  if  a man wishes to give money to a monk, he must place it in the bowl.
4.  According to the tradition, the “wai” – a slight bow with the palms together and the fingertips touching the face – is a way of showing respect or thanks, but you can break with tradition by smiling or nodding.

5.  You have to follow the tradition of removing shoes when entering a private Thai home as a sign of respect.
6.  According to tradition, you should never point your feet at someone or an object as this is considered disrespectful.
7.  Following the tradition of Thailand, it is considered very rude to touch people on the head, but now you can break with tradition by touching young children on their heads.
8.  The  Thai have  the  custom  of  using  the  word  “Khun”  as  the  best  way  to  address someone and it is used in front of the name, usually the first name.
III. 1. You shouldn’t drink at a dinner party until everyone is served.
2. You should raise your drink and say “kampai!” (cheers) before you drink.
3. You should use a small wet cloth at most Japanese restaurantto wash your hands before eating.
4. You shouldn’t use it as a napkin or to touch any part of your face.
5. You should use chopsticks during the meal
6. You shouldn’t tip in any situation in Japan.
1. don’t have to get up       2. have to decide      3. don’t have to take   4. has to open
5. have to talk               6. don’t have to send  7. don’t have to explain  8. have to stop
V.1. should      2. should      3. shouldn’t      4. shouldn’t      5. should
    6. shouldn’t     7. should     8. shouldn’t     9. should     10. should
1. You should       2. You should        3. You shouldn’t       4. You shouldn’t
5. You shouldn’t     6. You should      7. You should           8. You shouldn’t
I. 1. A         2. F          3. D       4. B         5. G        6. H         7. C         8. E
1. had to be        2. had to train        3. did you have to be       4. had to start
5. Did you have to wear    6. didn’t have to wear    7. didn't have to climb    8. didn't have to pay
III. 1. F      2. C        3. H        4. B        5. E        6. A          7. D         8. G
I. 1. In Indonesia.                   2. In Samoa.            3. In Muslim countries. 
4. In Canada and the US.       5. In Korea.
II. 1. False               2. True               3. True            4. False           5. True
III. 1. E           2. C           3. B        4. D        5. A      6. T     7. T    8. F    9. T   10. F
IV. 1. True       2. False         3. True           4. False        5. True
V. 1. E            2. C                   3. A            4. B              5. D
6. Because people believe that their ancestors possess supernatural powers.
7. They are: visiting the ancestors at their graves, making offerings to them to provide for their welfare in the afterlife, burning incense every day on the domestic ancestral altar.
8. Because they believe that their ancestors may use the money in the afterlife.
9. We can see the year of the death, his full name, and the name of the son who erects the tablet.
10. They take place on the death date of the ancestors.

1.  The xoedance has already been considered as a cultural and folklore activityof Thai ethnic people in Hoa Binh Province.
2.  Ten  centuries  ago, xoewas  performed  on  the  occasion  of  the  establishment  of  the hamlets and villages or during the festivals of the Thai ethnicpeople.
3.  Now, it has developed into 36 dances and has become the symbol of solidarity among the ethnic groups in the northwest.
4.  The xoedance is performed by the boys and girls in the hamlets.
5.  They hold hands to form a circle and dance together.
6.  The musical  instruments for the dance include lutes, drums, two-chord fiddles, gongs and cymbals.
7.  For the Thai natives, they do not need to learn the xoedance because they can dance automatically when they grow up.
8.  Without the xoedance, Thai boys and girls do not become lovely couples.
I. 1. C    2. A     3. C     4. B     5. D     6. D    7. C    8. B    9. A    10. A
II. 11. tradition    12. festival   13. celebrations    14. fortune    15. presentation
     16. activities   17. wishes   18. enjoyment   19. water-throwing   20. heat
21. You should not work so hard. 
23. We should take it to the garage.
25. You should not listen to him.   
27. He should look for another one. 
29. You should have a haircut. 
22. We should buy her a nice birthday present.
24. We should go to bed early tonight.
26. You/We should not worry so much.
28. We should turn it off.
30. He should meet the teacher after class.
31. should     32. should      33. have to     34. should     35. have to
36. don’t have to    37. should     38. don’t have to     39. shouldn’t     40. should
V. 41. had to go back           42. had to walk             43. had to stay 
     44. didn't have to pay     45. didn't have to eat     46. had to buy
VI. 47. F    48. D     49. H      50. E      51. A      52. G     53. C     54. B
VII. 55. A      56. C     57. D     58. B       59. D       60. A      61. B      62. C
VIII. 63. D     64. E       65. A      66. C     67. B    68. T   69. F    70. T  71. F  72.T
73. The Xa Pho ethnic group has a population of over 1,000 people mainly in the districts of Sa Pa.
74. Different folk dances of the Xa Pho are  performed by groupsof five to ten people in straight or curved lines.
75. In the dance movements, the left hand uses a musical instrument, while the right hand holds the costumes following the beat.
76. Girls often wear the traditional skirt and shirt of indigo fabric.
77. They embroider and decorate their clothes elaborately and beautifully.
78. The main musical instrument is Ma Nhi.
79. The women dance and beat the rhythm at the same time.
80. Men and women have separate dances, and they seldom dance together/ seldom dancing together.
© Bản quyền thuộc về Bài kiểm tra. Ghi rõ nguồn Bài kiểm tra.com khi sao chép nội dung này.

  Ý kiến bạn đọc

Mã bảo mật   
Bạn đã không sử dụng Site, Bấm vào đây để duy trì trạng thái đăng nhập. Thời gian chờ: 60 giây