The Viet people have many _______ customs and crafts
A . tradition B traditional C culture D customary
choose the best answer and why
choose the word or phrase among A B C or D that best fits the blanks space in the following passage
the country and the city have advantage and (1).......................... . people in the country live in more beautiful surrounding. they enjoy(2) .................. and puietness and can do their work at their (3)................. pace because no one is in a (4) ............ . they live in larger , more comfortable houses , and their neighbors are more friendly and ready to help them (5) ......................... they need it . their life. however, can be (6)............... and they may be isolated. which is serious problem (7).................. they are ill or want to take children to school
the city has all the services that the country lacks , but it (8)................. has a lot of disadvantages cities are often polluted . they not (9)...................... have polluted air but also have noisy streets. everyone is always in hurry and this (10)................ that people have no time tho get to know each other and make friends.
1 A joy B enjoyment C happiness D disadvantages
2 A quiet B quietly C peace D peaceful
3 A less B own C just D only
4 A hurry B hurried C hurriedly D hurrying
5 A when B which C what D that
6 A bore B bored C boring D bores
7 A unless B because C although D if
8 A also B yet C alrealy D so
9 A never B ever C hardly D only
10 A aims B means C asks D said
Read the following paragraph and complete it with one suitable word in each blank.
My grandmother told me that our village (1)______
very poor many years ago. The villagers had to work hard in the fields all day but they could not earn enough for their living. Their lives were very simple. Many people had to (2)_____ in houses made of straw and mud.
Nowadays my village has (3)__________ a lot. People live in big brick houses. In the evening, They can listen to the (4)________ on the radio or watch TV for entertainment. All people in my try their best to make their living better. They raise and resurface the roads (5)_______ the roads will not be muddy and flooded after it rains. They widen the roads so cars and lorries can get to the village easily. They build a medical center so people's health can be looked (6)___________ at any time. They build a new school so their (7)__________ have better learning conditions. They build a bridge (8)________ the river so villagers have a shorter way to town. They also build a football ground so their children can (9)________ sports. And they grow cash crops so people can export the crops and have more money.
I would like to become an agricultural engineer in the future so I can apply new technology to our farming and do more for the village (10)______
our parents did.
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X. Bead the follow me passage and answer the questions.
New Zealand is a small country in the Southern Pacitic Ocean. There are two main islands, the North island and the South Island, as well as many smaller islands. New Zealand is 268,000 square kilometres, about the same size as the United Kingdom.
Maori people arrived from the Pacitic in the 10th century, and by the 12th century there were many Maori settlements along the coasts of New Zealand. The Maori name for New Zealand is Aotearoa, which means The land of the long white cloud’. Seven hundred years later, large numbers of Europeans started to settle in New Zealand. According to Government figures, the population of New Zealand in 2015 was over four million, and of these, about 75 percent lived in the North Island.
There are four main cities. Auckland, in the north, is the largest City with a population of over one million people. Auckland’s population includes many different nationalities. For example, there are large groups of European, Maori, Pacitic island, Chinese and Indian people. Together with other smaller groups, they make Auckland an interesting and exciting place to live.
Although Wellington is the Capital, the centre of government, it is smaller and quieter than Auckland with a population of 350,000. The main cities in the South Island are Christchurch, known as the Garden City, and Dunedin, which is often compared to a small Scottish City.
1. Where is New Zealand located?
2. When did Maori people first come to New Zealand?
3. What does”Autoeroa” mean?
4. Where do most New Zealanders live?
5. Why is Auckland an interesting City?