V. Read the passage below and choose one correct answer for each question. In developing countries, people are sometimes unaware of the importance of education, and there is economic pressure from those parents who prioritize their children's, making money in the short term over any long-term benefits of education. Recent studies on child labor and, poverty have suggested that when poor families reach a certain economic threshold where families are able to provide for their basic needs, parents return their children to school. This has been found to be true, once the threshold has been breached, even if the potential economic value of the children's work has increased since their return to school. Other problems are that teachers are often paid less than other professions; a lack of good universities and a low acceptance rate for good universities are evident in countries with a relatively high population density. India has launched EDUSAT, an education satellite that can reach remote parts of the country at a greatly reduced cost. There is also ail initiative supported by several major corporations to develop a 100 laptop. The laptops have been available since 2007. The laptops, sold at cost, will enable developing countries to give their children a digital education. In Africa, an "e-school program" has been launched to provide all 600,000 primary and high schools with computer equipment, learning materials and internet access within 10 years. Volunteer groups are working to give more individuals opportunity to receive education in developing countries through such programs as the Perpetual Education Fund. An International Development Agency project started with the support of American President Bill Clinton uses the Internet to allow co-operation by individuals on issues of social development.

V. Read the passage below and choose one correct answer for each question.

In developing countries, people are sometimes unaware of the importance of education, and there is economic pressure from those parents who prioritize their children's, making money in the short term over any long-term benefits of education. Recent studies on child labor and, poverty have suggested that when poor families reach a certain economic threshold where families are able to provide for their basic needs, parents return their children to school. This has been found to be true, once the threshold has been breached, even if the potential economic value of the children's work has increased since their return to school.

Other problems are that teachers are often paid less than other professions; a lack of good universities and a low acceptance rate for good universities are evident in countries with a relatively high population density.

India has launched EDUSAT, an education satellite that can reach remote parts of the country at a greatly reduced cost. There is also ail initiative supported by several major corporations to develop a $100 laptop. The laptops have been available since 2007. The laptops, sold at cost, will enable developing countries to give their children a digital education. In Africa, an "e-school program" has been launched to provide all 600,000 primary and high schools with computer equipment, learning materials and internet access within 10 years. Volunteer groups are working to give more individuals opportunity to receive education in developing countries through such programs as the Perpetual Education Fund. An International Development Agency project started with the support of American President Bill Clinton uses the Internet to allow co-operation by individuals on issues of social development.


Câu 31218 Thông hiểu

In developing countries, ________.


Đáp án đúng: c

Phương pháp giải

Đọc thông tin: In developing countries, people are sometimes unaware of the importance of education, and there is economic pressure from those parents who prioritize their children's, making money in the short term over any long-term benefits of education.

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Câu 31217 Thông hiểu

According to recent studies, when parents are able to overcome their financial difficulty, ________.


Đáp án đúng: a

Phương pháp giải

Đọc thông tin: where families are able to provide for their basic needs, parents return their children to school.

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Câu 31216 Thông hiểu

In populous countries, ________.


Đáp án đúng: c

Phương pháp giải

Đọc thông tin: a lack of good universities and a low acceptance rate for good universities are evident in countries with a relatively high population density.

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Câu 31215 Thông hiểu

The third paragraph is about ________.


Đáp án đúng: b

Phương pháp giải

- đọc câu đầu và câu cuối xem có nói cùng về 1 chủ đề hay không.

- dùng skim reading: kĩ năng đọc lướt, tóm được 1 số những key words quan trọng như:  an education satellite, laptop,  developing countries, a digital education, an "e-school program", uses the Internet to allow co-operation. 

- Dùng phương pháp loại trừ để bỏ đi những phương án mà chỉ đề cập đến 1 phần của đoạn: ví dụ như A. India... thì chỉ được nhắc đến ở đoạn đầu còn đoạn sau không còn được nhắc đến nữa => loại

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Câu 31214 Thông hiểu

How many projects are presented in the third paragraph?


Đáp án đúng: d

Phương pháp giải

Đọc thông  tin: EDUSAT, an “e-school program”, ail initiative , An International Development Agency project

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V. Read the passage below and choose one correct answer for each question.

In developing countries, people are sometimes unaware of the importance of education, and there is economic pressure from those parents who prioritize their children's, making money in the short term over any long-term benefits of education. Recent studies on child labor and, poverty have suggested that when poor families reach a certain economic threshold where families are able to provide for their basic needs, parents return their children to school. This has been found to be true, once the threshold has been breached, even if the potential economic value of the children's work has increased since their return to school.

Other problems are that teachers are often paid less than other professions; a lack of good universities and a low acceptance rate for good universities are evident in countries with a relatively high population density.

India has launched EDUSAT, an education satellite that can reach remote parts of the country at a greatly reduced cost. There is also ail initiative supported by several major corporations to develop a $100 laptop. The laptops have been available since 2007. The laptops, sold at cost, will enable developing countries to give their children a digital education. In Africa, an "e-school program" has been launched to provide all 600,000 primary and high schools with computer equipment, learning materials and internet access within 10 years. Volunteer groups are working to give more individuals opportunity to receive education in developing countries through such programs as the Perpetual Education Fund. An International Development Agency project started with the support of American President Bill Clinton uses the Internet to allow co-operation by individuals on issues of social development.