Luyện kĩ năng nghe đề thi học kì 1 tiếng Anh 10 – Sách mới

– Luyện kĩ năng nghe đề thi học kì 1 tiếng Anh 10 – Sách mới
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Now you have thirty seconds to look through the questions. Are you ready? Let’s start.
1. Toothpaste was invented about 1600 years ago.
2. The earliest people used toothpaste were Ancient Greeks.
3. Ancient Greeks used some ingredients similar to those in modern toothpaste.
4. Umbrellas appeared in ancient sculptures of the Greeks and Persians.
5. The umbrella used to symbolise high social class.
6. The umbrella was first used to protect people from the sun.

Questions 7-10. There are four questions in this part. For each question, choose the correct answer A, B, or C. You will listen to the recording twice.
Now you have thirty seconds to look through the questions. Are you ready? Let’s start.
7. Which is John’s purpose of seeing Steve?
A. He wants to know more about the manufacturing condition of Lintel.
B. He wants to understand the manufacturing process in Lintel.
C. He wants to know more about the financial flows in Lintel.
8. Which is NOT mentioned as a stage of the Lintel’s production rocess?
A. Receiving customer-order information.
B. Ordering materials from suppliers.
C. Transporting the finished products.
9. How is Lintel controlling the quality of the raw materials?
A. Limiting the quantity of purchased materials.
B. Working with the Quality Control group.
C. Issuing the quality requirements.
10. What is the Material Request form used for?
A. Ordering new materials from the suppliers.
B. Transporting new materials from suppliers to Lintel.
C. Moving materials from department to department.

Đáp án
Questions 1-6: There are six questions in this part. For each question, decide whether the statement is TRUE or FALSE. Tick (√) the correct boxes. You will listen to the recording twice.
1. T
2. F
3. F
4. F
5. T
6. T


Hello, and welcome to “Fascinating Facts!” Today we’re going to take a look at some those ‘modern’ inventions which turn out to be … well, not quite so modern at all! Let’s start with toothpaste. So you think, hmmm, toothpaste – when was that invented? A hundred years ago? Maybe two hundred? But we find that actually, toothpaste has been around for sixteen hundred years. People from Egypt used it, and then the Ancient Greeks and Romans used it. Was it the same as modern toothpaste? Definitely not. Ancient Greek toothpaste used ingredients like crushed bones and oyster shells. OK, another invention for you: the good old umbrella. If we look at a number of ancient sculptures from Egypt and Persia, which is now called Iran, it’s clear that the umbrella has been around for a long, long time, certainly more than two thousand years, Interestingly, it seems that only kings or very important people had umbrellas in these sculptures. So they were a symbol of high social class. But what were they for? In Europe we tend to think of umbrellas as things to protect us from the rain. But historically, they protected people from the sun. And later, they became a fashion item. The next invention we are going to look at today is…..

Questions 7-10. There are four questions in this part. For each question, choose the correct answer A, B, or C. You will listen to the recording twice.
7. B
8. C
9. B
10. C


John: Good morning, Steve. My name is John, and I am the new person in the Finance Department.
Steve: Good morning, John. What can I do for you?
John: As a new person, I need to understand the operation at Lintel. So, I wonder whether I can ask you some questions about the manufacturing process in your department now.
Steve: Hold on a second, John. Let me post this production schedule before we sit down and talk.
Steve: OK, where do you want to start?
John: Well, you can describe the production flow in your department.
Steve: The production process is based on the customer-order information that I receive from the Sales department. First, we order raw materials from our suppliers. Once the materials arrive at our plant, they are transferred to the production floor where they will go through five different processes before they become finished goods.
John: How many suppliers do we deal with? Are they all local suppliers? Do any materials come from overseas?
Steve: We have a very limited number of suppliers. We deal with approximately ten main suppliers in the US, and we only have a handful of suppliers overseas.
John: How do you control the quality of the purchased materials?
Steve: One of the reasons for having a limited number of suppliers is to ensure the quality of raw materials. My Quality Control group works very closely with our suppliers to make sure that they meet our quality requirements.
John: Do you maintain a high level of inventory?
Steve: No, we keep a very low level of inventory.
John: How do you move materials from one department to the next?
Steve: Very easily through the Material Request form. If department B needs materials from department A, it will fill out a Material Request form and give it to department A.
John: A very simple process. How about labor? How do you calculate the labor cost?.

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