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We should have (1)…………………. balanced diet. We should:

- Eat (2)……………… moderate amount of fatty food and sugar.

- Eat (3)………………….body building foods, like meat and diary products.

- Eat plenty of cereals, fruit and vegetables.

What does (4)…………………. balanced diet mean? It means you eat a variety of foods without eating too much of (5)............... kinds of food. Eat (6)………………… fruit after each meal. This will help you keep fit and stay healthy. Don’t forget about exercise either! That is the key to (10) ........................... healthy life

Hoàng Hạnh Nguyễn
5 tháng 5 2020 lúc 22:24

III/ fill in the blanks with a, an, some or any

We should have (1)…………a………. balanced diet. We should:

- Eat (2)………a……… moderate amount of fatty food and sugar.

- Eat (3)…………some……….body building foods, like meat and diary products.

- Eat plenty of cereals, fruit and vegetables.

What does (4)…………a………. balanced diet mean? It means you eat a variety of foods without eating too much of (5)........any....... kinds of food. Eat (6)…………some……… fruit after each meal. This will help you keep fit and stay healthy. Don’t forget about exercise either! That is the key to (10) ..............a............. healthy life

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5 tháng 5 2020 lúc 22:43

III/ fill in the blanks with a, an, some or any

We should have (1)…an…. balanced diet. We should:

- Eat (2)…some… moderate amount of fatty food and sugar.

- Eat (3)……some….body building foods, like meat and diary products.

- Eat plenty of cereals, fruit and vegetables.

What does (4)……a…. balanced diet mean? It means you eat a variety of foods without eating too much of (5)....any.... kinds of food. Eat (6)…some… fruit after each meal. This will help you keep fit and stay healthy. Don’t forget about exercise either! That is the key to (10) .a. healthy life

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As a result of years of research, we know that too much animal fat is bad for our health. For example, Americans eat a lot of meat and only a small amount of grains, fruit and vegetables. Because of their diet, they have high rates of cancer and heart disease; In Japan, in contrast, people eat large amounts of grains and very little meat. The Japanese also have very low rates of cancer and heart disease. In fact, the Japanese live longer than anyone else in the world. Unfortunately, when Japanese people move to the United States, the rates of heart disease and cancer increase as their diet changes. Moreover, as hamburgers, ice-cream, and other high-fat foods become popular in Japan, the rates of heart disease and cancer are increasing there as well. People are also eating more meat and dairy products in other countries such as Cuba, Mauritius and Hungary. Not surprisingly, the disease rates in these countries are increasing along with the change in diet. Consequently, doctors’ everywhere advise people to eat more grains, fruit and vegetables and to eat less meat and fewer dairy products.

61. What is the main idea of this passage?

a. Doctors advise people to eat more grains, fruit and vegetables.

b. Eating meat causes cancer and heart disease.

c. The kind of diet we have can cause or prevent diseases.

d. Children eat the same way their parents eat.

62. Why do the Japanese have low rates of cancer and heart disease?

a. Because they eat a lot of grains and very little meat.

b. Because they do eat animal fat.

c. Because their diet changes.

d. Because they live longer than anyone else in the world.

63. “…the Japanese live longer them anyone else…” What does anyone else mean?

a. some other people

b. all other people

c. most other people

d. nobody

64. Where does the word ‘there’ in line 11 refer to?

a. in the United States

b. in Cuba

c. in Japan

d. in Cuba, Mauritius, and Hungary

Phuong Anh Nguyen

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of thequestions.

Isn’t it amazing how much time we spend talking about food?, “Have you ever eaten......?”, “What did you have for lunch?” and so on. And yet when you travel from one country to another, you find that people have quite different feelings about food. People often feel that what they eat is normal, and that what other people eat is strange or silly.

In most part of Asia, for example, no meal is complete without rice. In England, people eat potatoes every day. In the Middle East, bread is the main part of every meal. Eating, like so many things we do, becomes a habit which is difficult to change. Americans like to drink a lot of orange juice and coffee. The English drink tea four or five times every day. Australians drink a large amount of beer, and the French drink wine every day.

The sort of meat people like to eat also differs from one country to another. Horse meat is thought to be delicious in France. In Hong Kong, some people enjoy eating snakes. Newzelanders eat sheep meat, but they never eat goat meat. The Japanese don’t like eat sheep meat because of its smell, but they enjoy raw fish.

So it seems that although eating is a topic that we can talk about for hours, there is little common sense in what we say about it. People everywhere enjoy eating what they have always been eating, and there is very little we can do to change our eating habits.

28. The text is mainly about............

A. people’s attitude to food B. the importance of meat

C. strange dishes in the world D. food and life

29. The writer think that ............

A. people eat only what is normal to everybody

B. people often change their feelings about food

C. people have different opinions about food

D. people like eating different food as they travel from one country to another.

30. In many Asian countries............

A. people almost always have rice in their meal B. rice is a perfect food

C. rice is included in every menu D. rice is completely eaten

31. The Japanese enjoy eating raw fish because............

A. it is not good to have fish cooked B. it is special to them

C. it is well boiled D. it doesn’t smell

32. People everywhere think that............

A. we can spend few hours talking about food

B. there is very little common sense in talking about food

C. there is very little common sense in what we say about the eating habits

D. we should do much to change our eating habits

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