Read the following passage and choose the best answer for each blank.               During the war, children wore straw hats to (26) _________ themselves from debris. Houses and schools were bombed and destroyed. Many children were made (27) _________ and their schools had to be moved around or lessons sometimes had to (28)______ after dark to avoid being targeted by heavy bombing. Many schools had its roof (29) ______ with several layers of straw to withstand the (30) _______ of the bombs. Life for children was very hard in both the North and South of Viet Nam during the war.             Young people were (31) _____ of their duty to serve their country. Even young girls took part in the war efforts by digging bomb shelters. Children took first-aid courses after school so that they could (32) ______ injured people. Childhood years of children born in the 1960s are (33) ________. As innocent children, they went to school (34) _____ straw hats in the sounds of American jet fighters in the sky and the shots from Vietnamese anti-aircraft guns. Nowadays, they are proud that they came through those hardships. They had their heads held (35) _______- walking out of the war.

Read the following passage and choose the best answer for each blank.

 

            During the war, children wore straw hats to (26) _________ themselves from debris. Houses and schools were bombed and destroyed. Many children were made (27) _________ and their schools had to be moved around or lessons sometimes had to (28)______ after dark to avoid being targeted by heavy bombing. Many schools had its roof (29) ______ with several layers of straw to withstand the (30) _______ of the bombs. Life for children was very hard in both the North and South of Viet Nam during the war.

            Young people were (31) _____ of their duty to serve their country. Even young girls took part in the war efforts by digging bomb shelters. Children took first-aid courses after school so that they could (32) ______ injured people. Childhood years of children born in the 1960s are (33) ________. As innocent children, they went to school (34) _____ straw hats in the sounds of American jet fighters in the sky and the shots from Vietnamese anti-aircraft guns. Nowadays, they are proud that they came through those hardships. They had their heads held (35) _______- walking out of the war.


Câu 65910 Thông hiểu

During the war, children wore straw hats to (26) _________ themselves from debris.


Đáp án đúng: c

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Câu 65909 Thông hiểu

Many children were made (27) _________ ...


Đáp án đúng: b

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Câu 65908 Thông hiểu

and their schools had to be moved around or lessons sometimes had to (28)______ after dark to avoid being targeted by heavy bombing.


Đáp án đúng: b

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Câu 65907 Thông hiểu

Many schools had its roof (29) ______ with several layers of straw...


Đáp án đúng: c

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Câu 65906 Thông hiểu

to withstand the (30) _______ of the bombs.


Đáp án đúng: c

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Câu 65905 Thông hiểu

Young people were (31) _____ of their duty to serve their country.


Đáp án đúng: d

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Câu 65904 Thông hiểu

Children took first-aid courses after school so that they could (32) ______ injured people.


Đáp án đúng: a

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Câu 65903 Thông hiểu

Childhood years of children born in the 1960s are (33) ________.


Đáp án đúng: a

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Câu 65902 Thông hiểu

Đáp án đúng: c

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Câu 65901 Thông hiểu

Đáp án đúng: a

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

            From the 20th to the 21st century, there have been significant changes in the majority of countries around the world. Substantial differences are evident between the way we live today, and the way we lived a century ago. Viet Nam is no exception although there are some aspects of life in Viet Nam that are similar to the way of life of the twentieth century.

            Living in Viet Nam today differs greatly from the lifestyle of 100 years ago. People in the past mainly worked in agriculture whereas today there arc significantly fewer people working in this sector of the economy. These days. by comparison, people are more likely to be employed in manufacturing and tourism than in the rice fields. Moreover, Viet Nam, which was traditionally agricultural, is transforming into an entirely different country. While agriculture is still an important component of the Vietnamese economy, other enterprises are accounting for an increasing amount of economic activity.

            However, along with the differences, similarities also exist. The Vietnamese have kept many of the characteristics of their forefathers. The Vietnamese people are as friendly today as they were in the past. This is best illustrated in the way they welcome foreigners. Moreover, the determination of the people of Viet Nam has not changed. The Vietnamese work collectively and happily towards the development of their country.

            To conclude. while there are differences in past and present lifestyles. there are important similarities. Although Viet Nam has changed in many ways, there always have been, and always will be, the friendly welcoming smiles of the Vietnamese people.