Writing - trang 10 Unit 1 Sách Bài Tập (SBT) Tiếng anh 11 mới

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1 Complete the sentences without changing their meanings.

Hoàn thành các câu mà không làm thay đổi nghĩa của chúng.

1.My parents never let me forget to do my homework.

My parents always remind________

2.They think that it is a good idea for me to do voluntary work.

They think that I__________

3. They always refuse to allow me to stay overnight at my friend's house.

They never let__________

4. They insist that I should come home at 9 o'clock every night.

They make_________

5. My mother expects me to work as a teacher like her.

It is my mother's wish that I should_________

6. It is very important for us to do well at school.

We must__________

7. I can go out with my friends at the weekend.

I am allowed_________

8. It is not necessary for me to agree with everything my parents say.

I don't have__________

Đáp án:

1. My parents always remind me to do my homework.

2. They think that I should / ought to do voluntary work.

3. They never let me stay overnight at my friend's house.

4. They make me come home at 9 o'clock every night.

5. It is my mother's wish that I should work as a teacher like her.

6. We must do well at school.

7. I am allowed to go out with my friends at the weekend.

8. I don't have to agree with everything my parents say.

2. You've got a pen pal who is interested in knowing more about family rules for teenagers that are most common in Viet Nam. Use the words and phrases to complete a letter of about 160-180 words to him / her. Add more words, if necessary.

Bạn có một người bạn qua thư muốn tìm hiểu thêm về các quy tắc gia đình dành cho thanh thiếu niên phổ biến nhất ở Việt Nam. Sử dụng các từ và cụm từ để hoàn thành một bức thư khoảng 160-180 từ cho anh ấy / cô ấy. Thêm từ, nếu cần thiết.

10 Tran Huu Due St.

NamTu Liem Dist., Ha Noi

March 1st, 20____

Dear Cynthia,

I / so glad / know that you're interested / family rules / teenagers in Viet Nam. In fact, each family may apply certain rules / their children, depending / the parents' perceptions / what is necessary. However, most parents expect their children / follow these three rules.

First, parents often remind their children / show respect / the elderly / greeting them or helping them whenever possible. The parents themselves set / good example / their children / looking after their old-aged parents / providing both emotional / financial support.

Second, teenagers / Viet Nam are expected / help their parents / the housework and other home duties. Cooking dinners and washing up/the most common duties / teenagers. Those who live/the countryside are also required / work on the farm / help their parents.

Finally, most parents want their children / do well at school / the hope that they will have a bright future. Then they may have a better chance / help their parents / return.

Life / changing fast, and family rules / also changing accordingly. However, I still believe / the three above- mentioned rules / remain unchanged / our culture.

I hope /find this information useful. If you need further information, feel free / ask me and I will try my best / help you.

Best wishes,

Kim

Gợi ý đáp án:

10 Tran Huu Due St.

Nam Tu Liem Dist., Ha Noi

March 1st, 20_______

Dear Cynthia,

I  am so glad to know that you're interested in family rules for teenagers in Viet Nam. In fact, each family may apply certain rules for their children, depending on the parents' perceptions of what is necessary. However, most parents expect their children to follow these three rules.

First, parents often remind their children to show respect for the elderly by greeting them or helping them whenever possible. The parents themselves set a good example for their children by looking after their old-aged parents and providing both emotional and financial support.

Second, teenagers in Viet Nam are expected to help their parents with the housework and other home duties. Cooking dinners and washing up are the most common duties for teenagers. Those who live in the countryside are also required to work on the farm to help their parents.

Finally, most parents want their children to do well at school in the hope that they will have a bright future. Then they may have a better chance to help their parents in return.

Life is changing fast, and family rules are also changing accordingly. However, I still believe that the three above-mentioned rules will remain unchanged in our culture.

I hope you find this information useful. If you need further information, feel free to ask me and I will try my best to help you.

Best wishes,

Kim

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