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Đáp án Đọc Tiếng Anh 1 EN20 Đại học mở Hà NộiĐề và đáp án đọc Tiếng Anh 1 elearningHướng dẫn làm bài tập Đọc Tiếng Anh 1 của ngành ngôn ngữ AnhCâu 3.The patient comes to the hospital in the..................that he will be cured. Chọn một câu trả lời:a. Believeb. Believablec. Belief Câu trả lời đúngd. UnbelievableCâu 4.He took up that sport for its........................... Chọn một câu trả lời:a. Popularb. Popularity Câu trả lời đúngc. Unpopulard. Popularize Câu 5._________________________________________ First of all, we need money to repair old roads and build new roads. We also need more to pay teachers’ salaries and to pay for services such as trash collection. Finally, more tax money is needed to give financial help to the poor citizens of the city. It is clear that the city will have serious problems if taxes are not raised soon. Chọn một câu trả lời:a. We should raise city taxes. Câu trả lời đúngb. City taxes pay for new roads.c. City taxes are too high. ĐÁP ÁN ĐỌC VIẾT TIẾNG ANH – EN20 ĐẠI HỌC MỞ HÀ NỘI Câu 1:.Read the text and decide if the following statements are T (TRUE) or F (FALSE) We’re Living Faster, But Are We Living Better? Not long ago people believed that in the future we would work less, have more free time, and be more relaxed But sadly this has not happened Today we work harder, work longer hours, and are more stressed than ten years ago We walk faster, talk faster, and sleep less than previous generations And although we are obsessed with machines which save us time, we have less free time than our parents and grandparents had But what is this doing to our health? An American journalist James Gleick in a new book, Faster: the acceleration of just about everything, says that people who live in cities are suffering from ‘hurry sickness’ – we are always trying to more things in less time As a result, our lives are more stressful He says that if we don’t slow down, we won’t live as long as our parents For most people, faster doesn’t mean better No time for the news Newspaper articles today are shorter and the headlines are bigger Most people don’t have enough time to read the articles, they only read the headlines! On TV and the radio, newsreaders speak more quickly than ten years ago No time for stories In the USA there is a book called One-Minute Bedtime Stories for children These are shorter versions of traditional stories, specially written for ‘busy parents’ who want to save time! No time to listen Some answerphones now have ‘quick playback’ buttons so that we can re-play people’s messages faster – we can’t waste time listening to people speaking at normal speed No time to relax Even when we relax we everything more quickly Ten years ago when people went to art galleries they spent ten seconds looking at each picture Today they spend just three seconds! No time for slow sports In the USA the national sport, baseball, is not as popular as before it is a slow game and matches take a long time Nowadays many people prefer faster and more dynamic sports like basketball but more time in our cars The only thing that is slower than before is the way we drive Our cars are faster but the traffic is worse so we drive more slowly We spend more time sitting in our cars, feeling stressed because we are worried that we won’t arrive on time Experts predict that in ten years’ time the average speed on the road in cities will be 17 km/h 1.F Câu trả lời The writer wrote the article to encourage us to work more and relax less 2.F Câu trả lời People today are having a less stressful life than they did in the past 3.T Câu trả lời People are too busy to read newspapers 4.T Câu trả lời Slow sports have become unpopular 5.F Câu trả lời More time is spent on stories Câu 2.Last too long use time badly use more time don’t have the time you need punctual Match each expression to its meaning waste time use time badly Câu trả lời take a long time last too long Câu trả lời spend more time use more time Câu trả lời on time punctual Câu trả lời don’t have enough time don’t have the time you need Câu 3.The patient comes to the hospital in the that he will be cured Chọn câu trả lời: a Believe b Believable c Belief Câu trả lời d Unbelievable Câu 4.He took up that sport for its Chọn câu trả lời: a Popular b Popularity Câu trả lời c Unpopular d Popularize Câu 5. _ First of all, we need money to repair old roads and build new roads We also need more to pay teachers’ salaries and to pay for services such as trash collection Finally, more tax money is needed to give financial help to the poor citizens of the city It is clear that the city will have serious problems if taxes are not raised soon Chọn câu trả lời: a We should raise city taxes Câu trả lời b City taxes pay for new roads c City taxes are too high Câu 6:Complete each sentence with the correct one Amazingly, pink is considered a masculine color Câu trả lời in some parts of the world Men wear it The wedding gown Câu trả lời is very expensive I don’t like red It is a strong color Câu trả lời The kite is too delicate Câu trả lời to fly safely Blue symbolizes Câu trả lời peace In this country, people often wear black clothes in mourning Câu trả lời Meanings of colors are different in different cultures Câu trả lời The man in the grey suit is a respectable Câu trả lời professor Câu 7:Complete the conversation with words from the box Use each word only once A Did you read the article on Erik Weihenmayer? Isn’t he a fascinating person? B Yes, he really is! Imagine being blind and climbing Câu trả lời a mountain! A Even for people who can see, climbing a mountain is very difficult B You know, I was really surprised to learn that he is also a teacher and a professional Câu trả lời athlete A People like Erik really inspire Câu trả lời people all around the world Did you know that he is not the only person with a disability who has done amazing things? B Yes! I red about Helen Keller in school She was blind, deaf, and could not speak Helen Keller became famous because of all the accomplishments Câu trả lời she had in her lifetime A Right! But people who have disabilities are not the only people who face challenges Câu trả lời We all have difficulties in our lives We face challenges at home, at work, at school, and in relationships B I agree Do you think challenges are good for us? A Yes, I I think if a person is not afraid Câu trả lời and has ambition Câu trả lời then he or she can overcome most of life’s challenges I believe that challenges make us stronger B You are right! I think that people like Erik Weihenmayer and Helen Keller really encourage Câu trả lời others to be brave and face life’s challenges and never give up Câu 8: Circle the best title for the reading text Color Matters for What You Wear Clothes are like a second skin Most likely you feel good when you wear your favorite color What happens when someone sees you wearing any color - for example blue? Does the color send a message? What you think about pink and blue for children? One of the most common examples of color symbolism in clothing is the custom of using pink for girls and blue for boys, but it wasn't always this way This tradition emerged at the turn of the 20th century Since pink was thought to be a stronger color, it was best suited for boys; blue was more delicate and dainty and best for girls In 1921, the Women's Institute for Domestic Science in Pennsylvania endorsed pink for boys, blue for girls Even more interesting is the fact that pink is the color for baby boys and blue is the color for baby girls in Belgium today Another interesting fact about pink is that pink is a very masculine color in Bermuda Also, British bankers and barristers have worn pink shirts for decades Pink goes in and out of fashion in other parts of the world White is the traditional color for a bride's wedding gown in the U.S and most European cultures White symbolizes purity and innocence What about the color worn for weddings and funerals? In Asia, white is the color of death This arises from the belief that death is seen as a beginning and that white represents the purity that the deceased brings into the next life Therefore, brides in Japan and China wear red in traditional wedding ceremonies White is also associated with death in India, where widows wear white Consequently, red or pink saris are the most popular colors for brides What about black clothes? Black symbolizes death and is the traditional color of mourning in Western cultures Black clothing is associated with powerful forces in many parts of the world Bad and good Witches, the devil, ninjas, cat burglars, Darth Vader, Cat Woman, and Batman wear black and so priests, nuns, judges, mimes, Mennonites, Bedouins, and monks Maybe the common thread is that these people are signaling their seriousness of purpose - or the need to be hard to see - or both Here's something else to think about: What happens when the same people wear green? Are they as powerful? Are the priest and nun as respectable? Chọn câu trả lời: a Colors and what you wear Câu trả lời b Colors and your personality c Colors and kids Câu 9: Fill the gaps with these words from the text A recruitment firm gives this advice to new workers: It is important to invest Câu trả lời time in your relationships with others at Work Câu trả lời Get to know the people who work near you: introduce Câu trả lời yourself to them and tell them something about yourself If people ask for your help, always Respond Câu trả lời positively Don’t ignore Câu trả lời emails or phone calls just because you are busy If you make a mistake, it is better to Admit Câu trả lời it and then apologise When things go wrong, stay calm and Avoid Câu trả lời shouting and using bad language Remember good Manners Câu trả lời help to improve Câu trả lời your working Environment Câu trả lời đúng, and you will find you can enjoy your work more Câu 10: 1.inCâu trả lời đúngformal đúngsatisfied 3.disCâu trả lời đúnghonest đúngpolite 5.imCâu trả lời đúngpractical đúngconsiderate 7.unCâu trả lời đúngfriendly đúngefficient 9.unCâu trả lời đúngimportant đúngrespectful 11.imCâu trả lời đúngpatient disCâu trả lời 4.imCâu trả lời 6.inCâu trả lời 8.inCâu trả lời 10.disCâu trả lời 12.inCâu trả lời đúngappropriate Câu 11: Text Bad manners at work Etiquette is the name we give to the rules for being polite in a social group Business etiquette is important for people who often have to make new contacts and build relationships in their work Politeness can also help to improve the working environment for people in the same office Some cultures and situations are formal, which means that we have to follow rules; other cultures and situations are more informal 7.unCâu trả lời đúngfriendly đúngefficient 9.unCâu trả lời đúngimportant đúngrespectful 11.imCâu trả lời đúngpatient 8.inCâu trả lời 10.disCâu trả lời 12.inCâu trả lời đúngappropriate Câu 29: Office workers “admit being rude” Most office workers say they are rude or bad-mannered at work Two out of three workers regularly arrive late for meetings, most ignore emails and three out of four use bad language In a survey of 1,000 workers, two-thirds say that pressure of work is the reason for bad manners Other common examples of bad office etiquette include ignoring colleagues and answering mobile phone calls during meetings Using mobile phones in meetings is impolite and distracts others, research by the University of Surrey shows If you respond to call when speaking to somebody, it means that the phone call is more important than the person, the survey said If you answer a call during a meeting, it could mean that the meeting is not important Mr Jacobs, managing director of Office Angels, a recruitment firm say it is easy for people to forget their manners in the working environment, which is often very informal and very busy Workers can forget proper etiquette such as introducing people at meetings, and this is often bad for working relationships Psychologist Dr Colin Gill believes that people are not as polite as they were twenty years ago He said: ‘Courtesy is no longer something that is so much respected in our society.’ People think it is ‘stuffy to be polite or formal.’ Now some organisations are actually investing money in training their junior managers to be polite Office Angels is encouraging people to arrive on time for meetings, turn off mobile phones and avoid bad manners at work is such a simple thing to do,’ Mr Jacobs says, ‘ and it can have a dramatic impact on improving your working environment and your relationships with others.’ The author wants to ………………………… Chọn câu trả lời: a give advice on how to behave politely at work b give specific examples of bad manners at work Câu trả lời c give specific figures of bad manners at work Câu 30: Read the texts and the activities that follow The Olympic Games During the Olympic Games, people from all over the world come together in the peace and friendship Some of these people complete for medals Several million people attend the games, and millions of other people watch them on television Why we have the Olympic Games? How did they begin? The first Olympic Games that we have records of were in Greece in 776 B.C The games lasted one day The only event in the first thirteen Olympic Games was a race Men ran the length or the stadium (about 192 meters) Then, longer running races were added Through the years, a few other kinds of events, like the long jump, were also added During this time, the games were for men only, and women could not even watch them In the year 393, a Roman emperor ended the Olympic Game because the quality of the games became very low The Olympics did not take place again for 1500 years! In 1984, Pierre de Coubertin of France helped from the International Olympic Committee, and the modern Olympic Games began In1896, the games were held again in Athens, Greece The Greeks built a new stadium for the competition Three hundred and eleven athletes from thirteen countries competed in many events The winners became national heroes After 1896, the games were held every four years during the summer in different cities around the world In 1900, the Olympics were in Paris, France, and women competed for the first time In 1908, in London, England, the first gold medals were given to winning athletes Before that time, the winners received only silver and bronze medals The Olympic flag was first introduced in 1920 in Antwerp, Belgium The flag has five rings on it The rings represent the continents of Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North and South American Each ring is a different color – blue, yellow, black, green, or red – because the flag of each of the countries that compete in the games has at least one of these colors in it The Olympic Winter games began in 1924 in Chamonix, France Athletes competed in winter events such as skiing, ice skating, and ice hockey Today, the Winter Games take places every four years The Summer Games also take place every four years, but not in the same year as the winter events Both the Summer Games and the Winter Games must have at least fifteen events, and they cannot last more than sixteen days Until recently, Olympic competitors could not be professional athletes All of the athletes in the Olympic Games were amateurs Today, however, many of the Olympic athletes are professional who play their sports for money during the year Some people disagree with this idea They believe that the Olympic game are for amateur athletes, not paid professionals Other people think that any one can play in the Olympic Games No matter who the athletes are, millions of people throughout the world enjoy watching the greatest athletic competitions, the Summer Game and the Winter Games of the Olympics Read The Olympic Games and write T if the sentence is true and F if it is false The first Olympic competitors ran the length of the stadium T Câu trả lời Pierre de Coubertin was an athlete in the first modern games F Câu trả lời Winners have always received gold medals F Câu trả lời The Olympic flag has six colored rings on it F Câu trả lời The summer and winter games take place in the same year F Câu trả lời Today both men and women compete in the Olympics T Câu trả lời Câu 31: Read the texts and the activities that follow The Olympic Games During the Olympic Games, people from all over the world come together in the peace and friendship Some of these people complete for medals Several million people attend the games, and millions of other people watch them on television Why we have the Olympic Games? How did they begin? The first Olympic Games that we have records of were in Greece in 776 B.C The games lasted one day The only event in the first thirteen Olympic Games was a race Men ran the length or the stadium (about 192 meters) Then, longer running races were added Through the years, a few other kinds of events, like the long jump, were also added During this time, the games were for men only, and women could not even watch them In the year 393, a Roman emperor ended the Olympic Game because the quality of the games became very low The Olympics did not take place again for 1500 years! In 1984, Pierre de Coubertin of France helped from the International Olympic Committee, and the modern Olympic Games began In1896, the games were held again in Athens, Greece The Greeks built a new stadium for the competition Three hundred and eleven athletes from thirteen countries competed in many events The winners became national heroes After 1896, the games were held every four years during the summer in different cities around the world In 1900, the Olympics were in Paris, France, and women competed for the first time In 1908, in London, England, the first gold medals were given to winning athletes Before that time, the winners received only silver and bronze medals The Olympic flag was first introduced in 1920 in Antwerp, Belgium The flag has five rings on it The rings represent the continents of Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North and South American Each ring is a different color – blue, yellow, black, green, or red – because the flag of each of the countries that compete in the games has at least one of these colors in it The Olympic Winter games began in 1924 in Chamonix, France Athletes competed in winter events such as skiing, ice skating, and ice hockey Today, the Winter Games take places every four years The Summer Games also take place every four years, but not in the same year as the winter events Both the Summer Games and the Winter Games must have at least fifteen events, and they cannot last more than sixteen days Until recently, Olympic competitors could not be professional athletes All of the athletes in the Olympic Games were amateurs Today, however, many of the Olympic athletes are professional who play their sports for money during the year Some people disagree with this idea They believe that the Olympic game are for amateur athletes, not paid professionals Other people think that any one can play in the Olympic Games No matter who the athletes are, millions of people throughout the world enjoy watching the greatest athletic competitions, the Summer Game and the Winter Games of the Olympics X (the three main ideas of the Reading) or O (not the three main ideas of the Reading X Câu trả lời The Olympic Games began in Greece with only one event O Câu trả lời The winter Games and the Summer Games each have at least fifteen events X Câu trả lời The Olympics have changed a lot since they began O Câu trả lời Skiing is a winter event X Câu trả lời The Olympic Games bring people together in peace Câu 32: Text Bad manners at work Etiquette is the name we give to the rules for being polite in a social group Business etiquette is important for people who often have to make new contacts and build relationships in their work Politeness can also help to improve the working environment for people in the same office Some cultures and situations are formal, which means that we have to follow rules; other cultures and situations are more informal Text Office workers “admit being rude” Most office workers say they are rude or bad-mannered at work Two out of three workers regularly arrive late for meetings, most ignore emails and three out of four use bad language In a survey of 1,000 workers, two-thirds say that pressure of work is the reason for bad manners Other common examples of bad office etiquette include ignoring colleagues and answering mobile phone calls during meetings Using mobile phones in meetings is impolite and distracts others, research by the University of Surrey shows If you respond to call when speaking to somebody, it means that the phone call is more important than the person, the survey said If you answer a call during a meeting, it could mean that the meeting is not important Mr Jacobs, managing director of Office Angels, a recruitment firm say it is easy for people to forget their manners in the working environment, which is often very informal and very busy Workers can forget proper etiquette such as introducing people at meetings, and this is often bad for working relationships Psychologist Dr Colin Gill believes that people are not as polite as they were twenty years ago He said: ‘Courtesy is no longer something that is so much respected in our society.’ People think it is ‘stuffy to be polite or formal.’ Now some organisations are actually investing money in training their junior managers to be polite Office Angels is encouraging people to arrive on time for meetings, turn off mobile phones and avoid bad manners at work is such a simple thing to do,’ Mr Jacobs says, ‘ and it can have a dramatic impact on improving your working environment and your relationships with others.’ Chọn câu trả lời: a spend all money they have b improve the working environment and relationships with others Câu trả lời c help them more famous Câu 33: _ First of all, we need money to repair old roads and build new roads We also need more to pay teachers’ salaries and to pay for services such as trash collection Finally, more tax money is needed to give financial help to the poor citizens of the city It is clear that the city will have serious problems if taxes are not raised soon Chọn câu trả lời: a City taxes are too high b City taxes pay for new roads c We should raise city taxes Câu trả lời Câu 34: He in at the university Chọn câu trả lời: a Specially b Specializes Câu trả lời c Specialty d Special Câu 35: Read the text and the activities that follow The Royal Family Prince William is a member of the British royal family He’s the Queen’s grandson and the eldest son of Charles and Diana His brother’s name is Harry Diana, their mother, isn’t alive now, but they have a stepmother, Camilla William’s wife is Kate Middleton She’s originally from an ordinary family but of course, she’s now the Duchess of Cambridge and part of the royal family Kate has a brother, James, and a sister, Pippa Their parents, Michael and Carole, have an online business In some ways, Kate and William are a normal couple They have friends from university and they have hobbies and interests too For example, William loves football and Kate likes photography In the winter, they go skiing together In other ways, their lives are very different from their friends’ lives William is the future King of the United Kingdom and fifteen other countries too, including Canada and Australia Kate and William have a lot of official duties They help charities in the UK and Africa, they visit other countries and they meet important visitors to the UK The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting a baby, St James’s Palace has confirmed All the members of the royal family and the Duchess’s family, the Middletons, are delighted: “The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry and members of both families are delighted with the news.” The baby will be third in line to the throne, after Prince Charles and Prince William A spokesman said the Duchess has been admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in central London with acute morning sickness and is expected to stay for several days: “As the pregnancy is in its very early stages, her royal highness is expected to stay in hospital for several days and will require a period of rest thereafter.” Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, says he and his wife “could not be happier” after the Duchess gave birth to a baby boy, at 16:30, 22nd July 2013 UK time at St Mary’s Hospital, west London William was present at St Mary’s for the birth The young parents spent time with their son before telling the news to their families and the world The Queen’s gynecologist Marcus Setchell, who led the team that delivered the baby, described the new arrival as “wonderful baby, beautiful baby” A bulletin signed by him was taken by a royal aide from St Mary’s to the palace under police escort The news has been since displayed on an easel in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace in line with tradition A palace spokesman said the names of the baby would be announced in due course A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: “The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh are delighted at the news.” Read the text 'The Royal Family' again Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? F-Câu trả lời Camilla is William’s mother T-Câu trả lời William’s wife if the Duchess of Cambridge F-Câu trả lời Kate is one of two children F-Câu trả lời James is William’s cousin T-Câu trả lời William is a football fan T-Câu trả lời The King or Queen of England is also the King or Queen of Australia F-Câu trả lời William and Kate’s son will be first in line to the throne, after Prince Charles and Prince William T-Câu trả lời Kate gave birth to a baby boy, at 4:30pm, 22nd July 2013 UK time at St Mary’s Hospital F-Câu trả lời William was absent from St Mary’s for the birth F-Câu trả lời Few people in England knew about Kate giving birth to a baby boy Câu 36: Replace the bold words by the opposite word Princess Prince Câu trả lời William is a member of the British royal family He’s the Queen’s granddaughter grandson Câu trả lời and the eldest son of Charles and Diana He’s the King’s Queen Câu trả lời grandson and the eldest son of Charles and Diana He’s the Queen’s grandson and the eldest daughter son Câu trả lời of Charles and Diana His sister’s brother Câu trả lời name is Harry Diana, their father mother Câu trả lời đúng, isn’t alive now Diana, their mother, isn’t alive now, but they have a stepfather stepmother Câu trả lời đúng, Camilla William’s husband wife Câu trả lời is Kate Middleton Câu 37: Read the text and the activities that follow The Royal Family Prince William is a member of the British royal family He’s the Queen’s grandson and the eldest son of Charles and Diana His brother’s name is Harry Diana, their mother, isn’t alive now, but they have a stepmother, Camilla William’s wife is Kate Middleton She’s originally from an ordinary family but of course, she’s now the Duchess of Cambridge and part of the royal family Kate has a brother, James, and a sister, Pippa Their parents, Michael and Carole, have an online business In some ways, Kate and William are a normal couple They have friends from university and they have hobbies and interests too For example, William loves football and Kate likes photography In the winter, they go skiing together In other ways, their lives are very different from their friends’ lives William is the future King of the United Kingdom and fifteen other countries too, including Canada and Australia Kate and William have a lot of official duties They help charities in the UK and Africa, they visit other countries and they meet important visitors to the UK The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting a baby, St James’s Palace has confirmed All the members of the royal family and the Duchess’s family, the Middletons, are delighted: “The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry and members of both families are delighted with the news.” The baby will be third in line to the throne, after Prince Charles and Prince William A spokesman said the Duchess has been admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in central London with acute morning sickness and is expected to stay for several days: “As the pregnancy is in its very early stages, her royal highness is expected to stay in hospital for several days and will require a period of rest thereafter.” Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, says he and his wife “could not be happier” after the Duchess gave birth to a baby boy, at 16:30, 22nd July 2013 UK time at St Mary’s Hospital, west London William was present at St Mary’s for the birth The young parents spent time with their son before telling the news to their families and the world The Queen’s gynecologist Marcus Setchell, who led the team that delivered the baby, described the new arrival as “wonderful baby, beautiful baby” A bulletin signed by him was taken by a royal aide from St Mary’s to the palace under police escort The news has been since displayed on an easel in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace in line with tradition A palace spokesman said the names of the baby would be announced in due course A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: “The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh are delighted at the news.” Complete the following sentences using the phrases given below Look back at Reading Text 'The Royal Family' in case you check your answers In other ways, their lives are very different from Câu trả lời their friends’ lives (para 4) The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry and members of both families are delighted with Câu trả lời the news (para 5) The baby will be third in line to Câu trả lời the throne, after Prince Charles and Prince William (para 5) A spokesman said the duchess has been admitted to Câu trả lời KingEdwardVII Hospital in central London with acute morning sickness (para 5) Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, says he and his wife “could not be happier” after the duchess gave birth to Câu trả lời a baby boy (para 6) The young parents spent time with Câu trả lời their son before telling the news to their families and the world (para 6) A bulletin signed by him was taken by a royal aide from St Mary’s to the palace under police escort Câu trả lời (para 6) A Palace spokesman said the names of the baby would be announced in due course Câu trả lời (para 6) ... đúngimportant đúngrespectful 11 .imCâu trả lời đúngpatient disCâu trả lời 4.imCâu trả lời 6.inCâu trả lời 8.inCâu trả lời 10 .disCâu trả lời 12 .inCâu trả lời đúngappropriate Câu 11 : Text Bad manners at... Popularize c Popular d Popularity Câu trả lời Câu hỏi Câu trả lời Điểm 1, 00 khoảng 1, 00 Không gắn cờĐánh dấu để làm sau Mô tả câu hỏi Câu 21. The……………system in this country is rather complex Chọn câu trả... đúngfriendly đúngefficient 9.unCâu trả lời đúngimportant đúngrespectful 11 .imCâu trả lời đúngpatient 8.inCâu trả lời 10 .disCâu trả lời 12 .inCâu trả lời đúngappropriate Câu 29: Office workers “admit being
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