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Chào các n, hi nay nh tr cho vi gi ng và dàng so bài gi ng và inạ ản, nên mình đã đánh WORD(.docx) (không ph file PDF) các sách:ấ ủ 6ỚBài Ti ng Anh (L Ho ng Trí)ậ ằBài Ti ng Anh (Vũ Th Ph ng)ậ ượ 7ỚBài Ti ng Anh (L Ho ng Trí)ậ ằBài Ti ng Anh (Vũ Th Ph ng)ậ ượBài Ti ng Anh (Bùi Văn Vinh)ậ ế 8ỚBài Ti ng Anh (L Ho ng Trí)ậ ằBài Ti ng Anh (Đ ng Nguy n)ậ ễ 9ỚBài Ti ng Anh (L Ho ng Trí)ậ ằ 10ỚBài Ti ng Anh 10 (L Ho ng Trí)ậ ằBài Ti ng Anh 10 (Đ ng Nguy n)ậ ễHi ng các ng mình có thêm ng cho ra các word khácọ ản nhé. Ngoài ra mình còn nh đánh word các sách theo yêu cá nhân aữ ữnhé.M thông tin liên :ọ ệGmail: hoanghieudn55@gmail.com *** C các đã c. Mình xin ng Unit Bài Ti ng Anh 10 Ho ng Tríư )Unit FAMILY LIFEA. PHONETICSI. Write the words in the box into the correct column.II. Write /tr/, /kr/, and /br/ above the word that has the corresponding consonantcluster sound. Then, practise reading the sentences.1. We tried to catch the train to Ha Noi.2. This morning felt crazy because the traffic was very heavy with lot of trucks and thestreets were crowded.3. My father likes cream in his coffee.4. My mother buys groceries on credit.5. My computer crashed while was trying to create new directory.6. My parents are both broad-minded, so they are willing to listen to our own opinions.7. My brother has brown eyes and broad shoulders.8. breathalyser is device to measure the amount of alcohol in driver’s breath.9. spend two hours browsing the web every day.10. People feel lonely because they build walls instead of bridges.B. VOCABULARY GRAMMARI. Fill in each blank with the correct word/phrase from the box.1. Mr Long has found that his wife receives great deal of love when he tochores.2. In fact, child care seems to have some important for youngchildren.3. Ho Xuan Huong was female poet who was of genderinequality.4. Ties with the family are generally very close.crash brother crowded cricket trouserstruth traffic credit cream broadcreate broad-minded brown train truckbreath tree browse bridge try/tr/ /br/ /kr/ critical nurture equally shared parenting gender convergence benefitsenormous contributes financial burden extended finances5. Mothers play a(n) role in the lives of their children and the bond isvery strong.6. Fathers and mothers who follow have made conscious decisionto share equally in the raising of their children, household chores, breadwinning, and timefor recreation.7. Overall, women’s time in domestic work has been declining and we see slow butcontinuing trend of in work time and the domestic division oflabour.8. My mother goes to work too and does everything else including all the ,laundry, cleaning, and child care.9. More than one-fourth of American families faced due to medicalcosts.10. When your child was young, your role was to and guide him.II. Fill in each blank with the appropriate form of the word in brackets.1. One recent survey found that men’s in the home had increased almostthreefold in the last four decades. (contribute)2. mother’s love can be as as breastfeeding. (benefit)3. In the traditional Japanese family system, the entire estate of the family, and the assets are transferred from the father to the eldest son. (finance) 4. Mrs White spoke of her husband because he didn’t share anythingwith household chores. (criticize)5. My aunt works hard to support her family because her husband died ina car accident year ago. (enormous)6. When we have some trouble in our family, we should have family meetings to work out (solve)7. The husband is responsible for the family's economic well-being and takes pride in hisrole as (provide)8. Parenting can offer children good opportunities for their future.(collaborate)9. We do our share of housework willingly so that we can follow interestsin our free time. (recreation)10. Researchers found that an unequal of household chores negativelyaffected wives' marital (divide satisfy)III. Match the pictures 1-9 to the phrases,and write the answer in each blank.There are some extra phrases. Number 1has been for you.1 do the cooking _______ do the ironing_______ do the washing_______ do the vacuuming _______ lay the table_______ make the bed_______ tidy your room_______ do the cleaning_______ do the shopping_______ do the washing-up_______ empty the dishwasher_______ make breakfast/lunch/dinner_______ take the rubbish out_______ wash the carIV. Complete the sentences with verb from the box in the correct form.1. Why didn’t you your bed this morning?2. can’t come out now. I’m the cleaning.3. Could you the dishwasher and put the things away, please?4. It’s not fair. breakfast yesterday. Nam should it today.5. Look at this bin! Please the rubbish out now.6. Mum, I’ve my room. Can go out now?7. Phong, the table. It’s nearly dinnertime.8. A: Where’s Dad?B: He’s the car. He always the car on Sundaymorning.V. Fill the gaps with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.1. Ms Lan is not in the office today. She (work) at home today .2. “Where (you/come) from?” “I’m Italian from Rome.’3. “(you/ speak) French” “Just little.”4. Don’t forget your umbrella. It (rain) again.5. “Can you help me with the dinner?” “Not now. (watch) TV.”6. In Viet Nam, children (look) after their old parents.7. “Hi! What (you/do) here” “I (wait) for afriend.”8. Can look at the newspaper now? (you/read) it?9. Can phone you back? We (have) dinner.10. Mr Long (work) in an office every day, but now he (help) hiswife to prepare dinner.C. READINGI. Read the passage, and decide whether the following statements are true (T), false(F), or not given (NG).Career of the YearFourteen-year-old Ed Bond from London is this year's winner of the Young Career of theYear Award.When he’s not at school. Ed looks after his mother, who is disabled and in wheelchair.He also looks after his ten-year-old sister. He helps to do the washing and the cooking. ‘Ed’sgreat,’ says his father. ‘I have to go to work at six in the morning, so Ed has to help his do empty lay make makemake take tidy wash washmother lot. He doesn’t have to do the housework but he does it anyway. We worry becausehe doesn’t have much free time, but he doesn’t complain.’ ‘I want to help.’ says Ed, ‘andanyway don’t have to do so much at weekends because my dad’s at home.’T NG1. Ed helps to look after his mother. 2. Ed’s mother can’t walk. 3. Ed’s father is also ill. 4. Ed is an only child. 5. Ed does all the shopping for the family. II. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, or for each question.Family types vary in different countries and among different cultures. In Western,industrialized societies, the nuclear family ranks as the most common family type. It consistsof father, mother and their children. But nuclear families exist together with many othertypes of family units. In the single-parent family, for example, mother or father heads thefamily alone. blended family is formed when divorced or widowed parent remarries. Asdivorce rates have risen, the number of single-parent and blended families has increased.In many parts of the world, parents and children live together with other family membersunder the same roof. These complex families usually contain several generations of familymembers, including grandparents, parents and children. They may also include brothers orsisters and their families, uncles, aunts and cousins. Even when relatives do not live together,they still consider themselves members of the same extended family includes grandparents,uncles, aunts and cousins.1. The nuclear family ranks as the most common family type .A. an many industrialized countries B. in countries with nuclear weaponsC. that consists of more than two generations D. that leads to the divorce of parents2. In the single-parent family, .A. there are often no childrenB. only one parent lives with his or her child or childrenC. the number of blended children has increasedD. children live with their grandparents3. Grandparents, parents and children are mentioned as .A. the three typical generations of an extended familyB. three branches of family treeC. the closest and happiest relatives in family unitsD. complex combination4. The second paragraph is about .A. American culture B. relatives and family membersC. the relationship between family members D. the extended family5. The word “blended” in paragraph is closest in meaning to .A. complex B. married C. mixed D. formedIII. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, or for each question.The American family unit is in the process of change. In the first half of the 20 th century,there were mainly two types of families: the extended and the nuclear. An extended familyincludes mother, father, children and some other relatives, living in the same house. nuclearfamily is composed of just parents and children living under the same roof .As the American economy had progressed from agricultural to industrial one, people wereforced to move to different parts of the country to get good jobs. These jobs were mainly inthe large cities. Now, in fact, three-quarters of Americans live in urban areas which occupy2.5% of the national total land mass. Of the 118 million in the labour force, only millionstill work on the farm.Since moving for better jobs has often divided the extended family, the nuclear familybecame more popular. At present, 55% of the families in the US are nuclear families. Butbesides the two types of traditional family groupings, the family is now being expanded toinclude variety of other living arrangements because of divorce. There is an increase insingle-parent families, in which father or mother lives with one or more children. Divorcehas also led to blended families, which occur when previously married men and womenmarry again and combine the children from former marriage into new family. There are alsosome couples who do not want to have children to form two-person childless families.1. nuclear family is one that .A. consists of father, mother, and children living in the same houseB. relatives live withC. there are only grandparents, parents and their children living inD. is bigger than extended family2. The expression under the same roof means A. house with one roof B. house with the roof the same as the wallC. in the same building D. under the house3. The nuclear family becomes more popular because of .A. more divorces B. the division of the extended familyC. fewer jobs in big cities D. an increase in single-parent families4. How many types of families have there been in the US since the first half of the 20 thcentury?A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five5. blended family is newly-formed family .A. with the combination of children of the two previously married father and motherB. that has only father or mother living with childrenC. in which there are no childrenD. that there is only one couple living in with their newborn childrenIV. Read the passage carefully, and do the tasks that follow.The Role of the Japanese MotherThe focus of the mother is her home and family, with particular attention to the rearing ofchildren. While most Japanese believe that woman's place is in the home, women make upalmost 40 percent of the labor force. More than half of these women are married. Manymothers with small children work only part-time so they can be home when their children arenot in school. The extra income earned by the mother is often used to meet the cost of theirchildren's education.Japanese mothers take the responsibility of their child's education and upbringing veryseriously. They seldom confront their preschool children because they want to foster anintimate dependent relationship. The purpose of this approach is to get the child to obeywillingly with the mother’s wishes and to shape the child's behavior over long period oftime. The close nature of the mother-child relationship and the strong parental commitmenthelp to provide strong foundation for the child's entry into elementary school.Mothers are involved directly in with the child's school. Each day notebook is sent backand forth between mother and teacher remarking on the child's mood, behavior, health, andactivities both in school and at home. Mothers attend PTA meetings usually twice monthand are involved with school committee's working on special projects such as gardening andhot lunch preparation. School is very stressful and competitive process so the Japanesemother concentrates all her efforts on getting her children through so they can get acceptedinto the appropriate universities.Task 1: Match word in column with its definition in column B, writing the answer ineach blank.Task 2: Read the passage, and then decide whether the statements are true (T) or false (F).T F6. Most Japanese women are housewives. 7. Taking care of children and bringing them up are of great importance to Japanese mothers.8. Japanese mothers tend to be very strict to their children at home. 9. Japanese mothers and teachers work together for the children's study progress and comfort at school.10. The Japanese mother concentrates all her efforts on getting her children through, so the atmosphere at home is very stressful.D. SPEAKINGRearrange the sentences in order to make meaningful conversation, writing the letter(A-H) in each blank.1. _____ A. Nam: It’s not only for our mother's benefits but it also makes us moreindependent when we have grown up.2. _____ B. Nam: Besides cleaning and cooking, my mother also does lot of other thingsaround the house although she goes to work.3. _____ C. Nam: agree with that saying. All of us take it for granted that our mother isresponsible for doing all the housework.4. _____ D. Nam: Besides the relationship, we enjoy friendlier atmosphere in our homeall the time when we attend to each other.5. _____ E. Mai: So does my mother. My father, my brother and try to share the burdenso that my mother can follow her own interests.6. _____ F. Mai: I’ve just read saying about household chores, Nam. It’s “Housework iswhat woman does that nobody notices unless she hasn't done it.”Answer 1. rearing2. foster 3. intimate4. commitment5. remarking A. encourage something to developB. giving an opinion or thoughtC. promise to support someone or somethingD. the practice of looking after children until they’re old enoughE. having close relationship7. _____ G. Mai: It’s very useful for our future life. And think we will have betterrelationship when we share household chores with one another.8. _____ H. Mai: Yeah, when we come home from school, our house is clean and tidy andlunch or dinner is ready for us to eat.E. WRITINGWrite complete sentences using the words/ phrases given in their correct forms. You canadd some more necessary words, but you have to use all the words given.1. Young people/ want/ love/ support/ encouragement/ nurture/ attention/ their parents.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________2. Teenagers/ need/ “helpful attention”/ rather/ protective attention.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________3. Helpful attention/ mean/ parents/ be interested/ who/ the children/ be/ and/ what/ they/ do.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________4. Parents/ try/ listen/ their children/ although/ it/ sometimes inconvenient.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________5. Parents/ encourage/ children/ learn/ their mistakes/ rather/ show them/ how/ do it.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________6. Teenagers/ would like/ be on/ their mobile phones or computer/ playing games/communicating/ their friends.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________7. They/ also want/ spend time/ together/ their parents.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________8. They/ spend time/ sitting around the table/ have dinner/ watching TV as family/ goingout with the parents.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________9. Teenagers/ tend/ make their own decisions/ although/ they/ not have much experience.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________10. Parents/ share experience/ their children/ so that/ they/ not make wrong decisions.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________TEST (UNIT 1)I. Find the word which has different sound in the part underlined.1. A. ke B. mily C. gr teful D. ble2. A. ur sing B. ur ture C. ur D. fut ur e3. A. so iety B. so iable C. gro eries D. finan eII. Choose the word which has different stress pattern from the others.4. A. breadwinner B. homemaker C. washing-up D. equally5. A. routine B. laundry C. household D. financeIII. Choose the best answer A, B, or to complete the sentences.6. Do you have to do ?A. the mess B. your bed C. the washing-up D. the cook7. Do you have to the rubbish out?.A. take B. make C. empty D. do8. My mother the responsibility for running the household.A. holds B. takes C. runs D. bears9. We share the house with our grandparents and our uncle’s family. It is a(n) familyA. nuclear B. extended C. crowded D. multi-generation10. Are you free on Sunday evening? I’d like to to the cinema?A. ask you B. ask out you C. ask you out D. ask you away11. My mother is very good at her time between work and family.A. leaving B. splitting C. sharing D. taking12. When couple can chores in way that both spouses feel satisfied with theoutcome, they are showing mutual respect for one another. A. cut B. run C. take D. divide13. The children, all three, have done mopped, dusted, helped on the houseand in the yard.A. laundry B. clothes C. groceries D. rubbish14. Our parents hands to provide for the family and make it happy.A. were joining B. are always joining C. join D. joins15. My grandparents with my family at present and my grandmother mehow to cook several traditional Vietnamese dishes.A. stay instructs B. stay is instructingC. are staying instructs D. are staying is instructingIV. Fill in each blank with the correct word/phrase from the box.16. If your partner has agreed to buy the you might plan the week’smeals and make the shopping list.breadwinner heavy lifting iron chores responsibilitiesshare nurture homemaker groceries laundry17. We should pay attention to the conditions that and strengthen earlychildhood development and health across the life course.18. Past studies have shown that couples who household chores reportfeeling happier overall.19. Couples who share at home are happier overall.20. It takes housewife lot of time to clothes for the household.21. have watched my husband and children take over much of my role as 22. The husband replaces the light bulbs while the wife does the .23. Nowadays in nuclear families, homemaker and roles have evolved intosomething that makes it impossible to define exactly.24. Many couples find that they look at the division of differently.25. Men and boys do most of the in the family.V. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, or that best tits the blank space in thefollowing passage.Working MothersIn the United States today, more than half of mothers with youngchildren work, compared to about one third (26) 1970s.Women have been moving into the workforce not only for career (27) but also for the income.In many families today, mothers continue to work because theyhave careers that they have spent years (28) Some women (29) to work soon after(30) birth because they know that most employers are not sympathetic to working motherswho wish to take time off to be with their young children.Some people still think that “good mother” is one who (31) work to stayhome with her children. However, no scientific evidence says children are harmed when theirmothers work. child who is emotionally well adjusted, well loved, and well cared for willthrive regardless of (32) the mother works outside the home.In most families with working mothers, each person (33) more active rolein the household. The children tend to (34) one another and help in other ways. Thefather as (35) is more likely to help with household chores and child rearing. Thesepositive outcomes are most likely when the working mother feels valued and supported byfamily, friends, and coworkers.26. A. in B. in the C. at D. at the27. A. enjoy B. satisfy C. satisfaction D. pleasant28. A. develop B. to develop C. developing D. developed29. A. return B. turn C. appen again D. exchange30. A. producing B. making C. taking D. giving31. A. gives up B. stop C. end D. puts up32. A. where B. when C. how D. whether33. A. plays B. does C. makes D. takes34. A. look at B. look after C. look for D. look up35. A. bread B. breadwinning C. breadstick D. breadwinnerVI. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, or for each question.Home Life in Japan