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It is said that these good life skills will make young people become more confidential.

B. these

C. become

D. confidential

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Đáp án D

- Biên biên soạn độc quyền nghiêm nghị cấm sao chép, kinh doanh trái ngược phép

Kiến thức : Lỗi sai về kể từ vựng

Tạm dịch: Người tớ bảo rằng những kĩ năng sinh sống đảm bảo chất lượng này tiếp tục làm cho những người dân con trẻ trở thành thỏa sức tự tin rộng lớn.

Lưu ý nhị tính kể từ sau:

-Confidential /ˌkɑːnfɪˈdenʃl/ (a): kín, điều âm thầm kín

-Confident /ˈkɑːnfədənt/ (a): tự động tin

Sửa thành:  confidential → confident

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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the correct answer đồ sộ each of the questions from 31- 35

In most families, conflict is more likely đồ sộ be about clothing, music, and leisure time than thở about more serious matters such as religion and core values. Family conflict is rarely about such major issues as adolescents' drug use and delinquency. Nevertheless, it has been estimated that in about 5 million American families (roughly đôi mươi percent), parents and adolescents engage in intense, prolonged, unhealthy conflict. In its most serious sườn, this highly stressful environment is associated with a number of negative outcomes, including juvenile delinquency, moving away from home page, increased school dropout rates, unplanned pregnancy, membership in religious cults, and drug abuse (Steinberg & Morris, 2001).

Many of the changes that define adolescence can lead đồ sộ conflict in parent- adolescent relationships. Adolescents gain an increased capacity for logical reasoning, which leads them đồ sộ demand reasons for things they previously accepted without question, and the chance đồ sộ argue the other side (Maccoby,1984). Their growing critical-thinking skills make them less likely đồ sộ conform đồ sộ parents' wishes the way they did in childhood. Their increasing cognitive sophistication and sense of idealism may compel them đồ sộ point out logical flaws and inconsistencies in parents' positions and actions. Adolescents no longer accept their parents as unquestioned authorities. They recognize that other opinions also have merit and they are learning how đồ sộ sườn and state their own opinions. Adolescents also tend toward ego-centrism, and may, as a result, be ultra-sensitive đồ sộ a parent's casual remark. The dramatic changes of puberty and adolescence may make it difficult for parents đồ sộ rely on their children's preadolescent behavior đồ sộ predict future behavior. For example, adolescent children who were compliant in the past may become less willing đồ sộ cooperate without what they feel is a satisfactory explanation.

What is the passage mainly about?

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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the correct answer đồ sộ each of the following questions

Her father bought her______when he went on holiday in Singapore last week

Câu 3:

Mark the letter A, B, C or D đồ sộ indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning đồ sộ the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions

Veronica broke the school rules ví many times that the headmistress finally had no alternative but đồ sộ expel her

Câu 4:

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges

Peter is talking đồ sộ Laura about her house.

 Peter : “What a lovely house you have!”

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Laura:  _____________________________

Câu 5:

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the correct answer đồ sộ each of the following questions

She will Gọi you đồ sộ confirm _______.

Câu 6:

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the correct answer đồ sộ each of the following questions

                       the book, he had a holiday

Câu 7:

Mark the letter A, B, C or D đồ sộ indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions

Did you see  the man who is standing over there?

Câu 8:

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D đồ sộ indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning đồ sộ each of the following questions

My grandfather passed away two years ago.

Câu 9:

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions

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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions

Câu 11:

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the correct answer đồ sộ each of the questions from 31- 35

In most families, conflict is more likely đồ sộ be about clothing, music, and leisure time than thở about more serious matters such as religion and core values. Family conflict is rarely about such major issues as adolescents' drug use and delinquency. Nevertheless, it has been estimated that in about 5 million American families (roughly đôi mươi percent), parents and adolescents engage in intense, prolonged, unhealthy conflict. In its most serious sườn, this highly stressful environment is associated with a number of negative outcomes, including juvenile delinquency, moving away from home page, increased school dropout rates, unplanned pregnancy, membership in religious cults, and drug abuse (Steinberg & Morris, 2001).

Many of the changes that define adolescence can lead đồ sộ conflict in parent- adolescent relationships. Adolescents gain an increased capacity for logical reasoning, which leads them đồ sộ demand reasons for things they previously accepted without question, and the chance đồ sộ argue the other side (Maccoby,1984). Their growing critical-thinking skills make them less likely đồ sộ conform đồ sộ parents' wishes the way they did in childhood. Their increasing cognitive sophistication and sense of idealism may compel them đồ sộ point out logical flaws and inconsistencies in parents' positions and actions. Adolescents no longer accept their parents as unquestioned authorities. They recognize that other opinions also have merit and they are learning how đồ sộ sườn and state their own opinions. Adolescents also tend toward ego-centrism, and may, as a result, be ultra-sensitive đồ sộ a parent's casual remark. The dramatic changes of puberty and adolescence may make it difficult for parents đồ sộ rely on their children's preadolescent behavior đồ sộ predict future behavior. For example, adolescent children who were compliant in the past may become less willing đồ sộ cooperate without what they feel is a satisfactory explanation.

According đồ sộ the passage, what is probably TRUE about the conflict often arising in a family?

Câu 12:

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the correct answer đồ sộ each of the questions from 31- 35

In most families, conflict is more likely đồ sộ be about clothing, music, and leisure time than thở about more serious matters such as religion and core values. Family conflict is rarely about such major issues as adolescents' drug use and delinquency. Nevertheless, it has been estimated that in about 5 million American families (roughly đôi mươi percent), parents and adolescents engage in intense, prolonged, unhealthy conflict. In its most serious sườn, this highly stressful environment is associated with a number of negative outcomes, including juvenile delinquency, moving away from home page, increased school dropout rates, unplanned pregnancy, membership in religious cults, and drug abuse (Steinberg & Morris, 2001).

Many of the changes that define adolescence can lead đồ sộ conflict in parent- adolescent relationships. Adolescents gain an increased capacity for logical reasoning, which leads them đồ sộ demand reasons for things they previously accepted without question, and the chance đồ sộ argue the other side (Maccoby,1984). Their growing critical-thinking skills make them less likely đồ sộ conform đồ sộ parents' wishes the way they did in childhood. Their increasing cognitive sophistication and sense of idealism may compel them đồ sộ point out logical flaws and inconsistencies in parents' positions and actions. Adolescents no longer accept their parents as unquestioned authorities. They recognize that other opinions also have merit and they are learning how đồ sộ sườn and state their own opinions. Adolescents also tend toward ego-centrism, and may, as a result, be ultra-sensitive đồ sộ a parent's casual remark. The dramatic changes of puberty and adolescence may make it difficult for parents đồ sộ rely on their children's preadolescent behavior đồ sộ predict future behavior. For example, adolescent children who were compliant in the past may become less willing đồ sộ cooperate without what they feel is a satisfactory explanation.

Adolescents become less likely đồ sộ comfort đồ sộ parents' wishes the way they did in the past because ________.

Câu 13:

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the correct answer đồ sộ each of the questions from 31- 35

In most families, conflict is more likely đồ sộ be about clothing, music, and leisure time than thở about more serious matters such as religion and core values. Family conflict is rarely about such major issues as adolescents' drug use and delinquency. Nevertheless, it has been estimated that in about 5 million American families (roughly đôi mươi percent), parents and adolescents engage in intense, prolonged, unhealthy conflict. In its most serious sườn, this highly stressful environment is associated with a number of negative outcomes, including juvenile delinquency, moving away from home page, increased school dropout rates, unplanned pregnancy, membership in religious cults, and drug abuse (Steinberg & Morris, 2001).

Many of the changes that define adolescence can lead đồ sộ conflict in parent- adolescent relationships. Adolescents gain an increased capacity for logical reasoning, which leads them đồ sộ demand reasons for things they previously accepted without question, and the chance đồ sộ argue the other side (Maccoby,1984). Their growing critical-thinking skills make them less likely đồ sộ conform đồ sộ parents' wishes the way they did in childhood. Their increasing cognitive sophistication and sense of idealism may compel them đồ sộ point out logical flaws and inconsistencies in parents' positions and actions. Adolescents no longer accept their parents as unquestioned authorities. They recognize that other opinions also have merit and they are learning how đồ sộ sườn and state their own opinions. Adolescents also tend toward ego-centrism, and may, as a result, be ultra-sensitive đồ sộ a parent's casual remark. The dramatic changes of puberty and adolescence may make it difficult for parents đồ sộ rely on their children's preadolescent behavior đồ sộ predict future behavior. For example, adolescent children who were compliant in the past may become less willing đồ sộ cooperate without what they feel is a satisfactory explanation.

The word “unplanned” the first paragraph is closest in meaning đồ sộ ________?

Câu 14:

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the correct answer đồ sộ each of the questions from 31- 35

In most families, conflict is more likely đồ sộ be about clothing, music, and leisure time than thở about more serious matters such as religion and core values. Family conflict is rarely about such major issues as adolescents' drug use and delinquency. Nevertheless, it has been estimated that in about 5 million American families (roughly đôi mươi percent), parents and adolescents engage in intense, prolonged, unhealthy conflict. In its most serious sườn, this highly stressful environment is associated with a number of negative outcomes, including juvenile delinquency, moving away from home page, increased school dropout rates, unplanned pregnancy, membership in religious cults, and drug abuse (Steinberg & Morris, 2001).

Many of the changes that define adolescence can lead đồ sộ conflict in parent- adolescent relationships. Adolescents gain an increased capacity for logical reasoning, which leads them đồ sộ demand reasons for things they previously accepted without question, and the chance đồ sộ argue the other side (Maccoby,1984). Their growing critical-thinking skills make them less likely đồ sộ conform đồ sộ parents' wishes the way they did in childhood. Their increasing cognitive sophistication and sense of idealism may compel them đồ sộ point out logical flaws and inconsistencies in parents' positions and actions. Adolescents no longer accept their parents as unquestioned authorities. They recognize that other opinions also have merit and they are learning how đồ sộ sườn and state their own opinions. Adolescents also tend toward ego-centrism, and may, as a result, be ultra-sensitive đồ sộ a parent's casual remark. The dramatic changes of puberty and adolescence may make it difficult for parents đồ sộ rely on their children's preadolescent behavior đồ sộ predict future behavior. For example, adolescent children who were compliant in the past may become less willing đồ sộ cooperate without what they feel is a satisfactory explanation.

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Câu 15:

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet đồ sộ indicate the correct answer đồ sộ each of the following questions

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