LUYỆN CHỦ ĐỀ Kiểm tra – unit 1 - Lớp 11

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  • 1Làm xong biết đáp án, phương pháp giải chi tiết.
  • 2Học sinh có thể hỏi và trao đổi lại nếu không hiểu.
  • 3Xem lại lý thuyết, lưu bài tập và note lại các chú ý
  • 4Biết điểm yếu và có hướng giải pháp cải thiện

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

Generation Gap

Generation gap is a popular (26) used to describe the wide differences between members of younger generation and their older. A generation gap exists when older and younger people don't understand each other (27)______ their experiences, their opinions, habits, behaviour and life conditions. Generation gap can exist between two, or even three generations in a family, between mature and immature generations.

Firstly, there are some different opinions between parents and children of their career, education and love. People live in the old society always think they should (28)______ everything for their children from selections of primary school to job, and then finding a wife or a husband for their children. There are many things children want but their parents think (29)______ are unnecessary. That causes misunderstanding and (30)______ gaps.

Secondly, the young generation thinks differently from the old generation does. They can be affected by many new fashion (31)________. Life is more modern now, so fashion like recreation, entertainment, clothes, and hairstyle has to be changed to become more (32)_______ for busy life. The young generation likes listening to pop, rock, hip hop music, but the older generation likes listening to classical music, folk songs. There are always gaps between generations.

Next, the older generation has more experiences than the younger: they know what is right, what is wrong but the younger will comment, deny everything without any experiences. (33)_______ , in some cases, the young generation makes foolish mistakes because of having no experiences.

In short, parents seldom listen to their children and children always think parents are so strict and conservative. To shorten these distances or to (34)________this big barrier, parents and children should sit together and talk or discuss like friends. The young generation can learn experiences from the old one, and the old generation need to refresh their (35)___________to receive the new lifestyle. If everyone can do that, the gaps will be filled.

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

 

It is generally accepted that teenage is a difficult period of life for the teenagers and even for the parents. Frequent fighting over the most trivial things is one main characteristic of every household with a teenager.

Parents expect their children to come back home earlier. What parents consider the reasonable time limit is not accepted by their teens. Curfew and time restrictions become one of the main reasons for fights.

Teenage is a time when a lot of kids want to show their independence. The problem arises when parents, fearing the safety of their teens, often refuse to give them their own bikes or motorbikes. This, of course, leads to more fights.

A decrease in grades due to increasing difficulty level of school work, newer subjects, more socializing is very common among teens but their parents are not sympathetic. Parents try to impose studying rules and insist that their teens finish their homework before going out. This makes the situation worse.

That children spend too much time on the phone is one complaint that most parents have. The age of smartphones has ensured that kids put their smartphones above almost everything else. Parents, however, worry that teens spending too much time on their phones lose out on family time and real human interaction, besides harming their eyes.

Teenagers develop a taste for unhealthy but delicious fast food, while parents believe that a growing body needs proper nutrition. As cold drinks, burgers and pizzas replace wholesome, home cooked meals, parents worry. Moreover, teenage is a time when kids become more and more conscious of their weight and body image. To achieve the ‘ideal’ thin body type, girls often starve themselves and skip meals. Of course, this also leads to a lot of arguments between parents who try to convince their daughters that proper meals are more important than being thin.