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Thực hành Dịch Anh-Việt: Bài 1

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North, South Korean Couples Deal with Cultural, Language Differences. → Các cặp vợ chồng Bắc Hàn - Nam Hàn giải quyết sự khác biệt về văn hóa và ngôn ngữ. A year ago, Kim Seo-yun ga ve some very important personal information to her South Korean love interest. → Một năm trước, Kim Seo-yun đã gửi một số thông tin cá nhân quan trọng của cô tới người yêu của mình là người Nam Hàn. She had fled North Korea about 10 years earlier. → Cô đã trốn chạy khỏi Triều Tiên khoảng 10 năm trước. Kim provided the information on her second date with Lee Jeong-sup. → Kim đã cung cấp thông tin vào lần hẹn hò thứ hai với Lee Jeong-sup. Lee asked jokingly if she was a spy. He then told her there was nothing wrong with coming from North Korea. → Lee đã hỏi đùa liệu cô có phải là gián điệp. Sau đó anh nói với cô việc đến từ nước Triều Tiên không có gì là sai cả.  Kim and Lee got married at a Seoul hotel in June. But Kim’s family, still in North Korea, could not attend the wedding ceremony. → Kim và Lee kết hô

Truyện tranh hài hước: Tattoo (Hình xăm)

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ツ Tattoo - Uh, I think your tattoo is missing an "R"  (Tôi nghĩ hình xăm của cậu thiếu mất chữ ''R'') - What?!  (Cái gì cơ?!) ‣ Vocabulary tattoo (n) hình xăm   /tæˈtuː/ egret (n) con cò trắng   /ˈiːɡrət/ regret (n) hối tiếc   /rɪˈɡret/ miss (v) mất, thiếu cái gì   /mɪs/ Comics by Ryan Pequin Source: Three word phrase

Tiếng Anh giao tiếp: Informal Greetings and Farewells (Chào hỏi và Chào tạm biệt thân mật)

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Jane :   Hi , Helen!  How’s it going? Helen:   Fine, thanks — and you? Jane:  Just fine.  Where are you off to? Helen:   To the library .  I’ve got a history exam next week and need to start studying. Ugh. Jane:   Oh, no.  Well, I’ll see you later then. Good luck! Helen:  Thanks.  See you later. Language notes •  “Hi”  is an informal way of saying “hello.” Notice that the “i” sound in “hi” is extended, to show that Jane is very pleased to see Helen. •  “How’s it going?”  is an informal way of saying “How are you?” •  “Fine, thanks — and you?”  Notice the rising intonation on “and you?” This shows that Helen is interested in what Jane has to say. •  “Where are you off to?”  is an informal way of saying “Where are you going?” Notice the falling intonation since this is an information question, not a “yes/no” question. •  “To the library.”  Notice that Helen does not say “I’m going” here because that information was already established in the question “Where are you off to?” •  “Oh, no.”

Chơi từ Tiếng Anh đầy hài hước trong mùa dịch COVID-19

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                                        Did you hear about the town that was fattening the  curve  so much that the mayor had to take away everyone’s quarantinis? Until recently, those words would not have made sense. But now, many people can probably  relate  to them on some level. The coronavirus crisis has changed the way we behave — and speak — adding a number of new words and expressions to our language. Some words are serious, like  pandemic  and  quarantine . But others are much, much less serious. In these trying times, we have the chance to laugh — not at our struggles, but at how we think and act as a result. So today, we explore words that have been born in the time of coronavirus and the social distancing we have — or  have not  — been doing. Don’t stand so close Let’s start with a word we hoped we would never need: covidiot. Some of us probably know at least one covidiot, a person who ignores health and social distancing rules for preventing the spread of the virus. The wo

Tiếng Anh giao tiếp: Formal Greetings (Chào hỏi trang trọng)

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James :   Good morning , Professor Austin. How are you doing? Professor Austin : G ood morning, James. I am doing well. And you? James : I’m great, thank you. This is my friend Emma. She is thinking about applying to this college. She has a few questions. Would you mind telling us about the process, please? Professor Austin : Hello, Emma! It’s a pleasure to meet you. I’m more than happy to speak with you. Please stop by my office next week. Emma : It’s a pleasure to meet you, professor. Thank you so much for helping us. Professor Austin :  Don’t mention it . Hopefully, I will be able to answer your questions! Language notes • The greetings  good morning/good afternoon/good evening  are used at different times of the day to greet people. “ Good evening ” is often used after 6 p.m. or generally when the sun has set. • “ Good night ” is not a greeting: It is used when leaving a place or group of people.  Thank you and good night!/Good night, and see you tomorrow. • When people meet in the

Phân tích chi tiết đề thi tham khảo Tiếng Anh THPT 2020 của Bộ Giáo Dục p.4

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⏩  Xem phần 1 , phần 2 , phần 3 Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 31 to 35. Our lives are full of cardboard. The packaging of certain things we buy, from food products to electrical goods, is made of cardboard. In the UK, over 8 million tons of the stuff is produced every year just for packaging. It makes the things we buy more expensive, too. On average, 16% of the money we spend on a product is for the packaging. And where does the packaging usually end up? In the bin, of course, but hopefully that's the recycling bin not the rubbish bin! Recycling cardboard is much more efficient than producing it in the first place. It takes 24% less energy and produces 50% less sulphur dioxide to recycle it. Recycled cardboard has some remarkable uses, too. Obviously, it ends up as packaging again, but it is also used as a building material. It isn't as expensive as traditional