Choose the word that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The majority of families in Vietnam are (11)__________ families, where three or more generations live in the same house and take care of each other. Extended families look similar to a mini society, in which the most elderly have the strongest voice and are (12)_________ for most activities in their house. The younger generation shows respect for the older generation and vice versa, the old generation tolerates the young. The children are expected to ask for their parents' views on their activities or plans. As a member of family, one person receives both moral and material (13)_____ from other members, particularly when he or she is in trouble. Vice versa, he or she is expected to help other members in his or her family when they are in need. In general, families are expected to be a source of comfort , where every member may feel (14)_________ when getting together. However, the findings from a recent study show that these days, more newly-married couples in Vietnam choose to live in a nuclear family. They would prefer to obtain privacy in their family life and to avoid possible (15)_________ when different generations live together.
Đáp án đúng: A
Giải thích: ô trống cần tính từ mang nghĩa bị động
Dịch: Nói chung, gia đình được kỳ vọng là nguồn an ủi, nơi mọi thành viên có thể cảm thấy thư thái khi quây quần bên nhau.
In case of emergency, you have to act very __________ (DECIDE)
When I am in trouble, my close friend always lends an .............. and give me some advice.
Nam won the first prize in the English speaking contest. (cleft sentence)
Read the text and choose the best answer.
Romantic relationships are a major developmental milestone. They come with all the other changes going on during adolescence - physical, social and emotional. And they're linked to a teenager's growing interest in body image and looks, independence and privacy.
Romantic relationships can bring lots of emotional ups and downs for a teenager - and sometimes for the whole family. The idea that the teenager might have these kinds of feelings can sometimes be a bit confronting for his or her parents. But these feelings are leading your child towards a deeper capacity to care, share and develop intimate relationships.
There isn't a ‘right age’ to start having relationships - every child is different. But here are some averages of when teenage relationships start. From 9-11 years, your child might start to show more independence from the family and more interest in friends. From 10-14 years, your child might want to spend more time in mixed gender groups, which might eventually end up in a romantic relationship. From 15-19 years, romantic relationships can become central to social life. Friendships might become deeper and more stable.
Many teenagers spend a lot of time thinking and talking about being in a relationship. In these years, teenage relationships might last only a few weeks or months. It's also normal for children to have no interest in romantic relationships until their late teens. Some choose to focus on schoolwork, sport, or other interests.
According to the passage, romantic relationships among teenagers signal ………………..
It was learning grammar ............ she found the most difficult at school.
Last night’s leftover food in the fridge smells ............................. Don’t eat it!
It is hard to avoid …….. between parents and children because they have different interests.