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3. Which is NOT correct about Tom Butler?A. He’s excellent at Maths.B. He wants to join a sport team.C. He plays a sport well.D. He won a medal in soccer.Questions 4 -8 :Listen to a passage on The International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Fill in each gap of the note with NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER. You will listen to the recording twice.The International Day of Persons with DisabilitiesStarted: 1992Aims: To increase (4)_____________________ of disability issuesActivities: Events, workshops and (5)_____________________Facts about disability:+ Over (6)_____________________ in the world live with disabilities.+ Many people with disabilities lack help, care, (7)_____________________ and rights.+ Disability is strongly connected with (8)_____________________.
Answer keys,LISTENINGQuestions 1- 3: You will hear three short conversations. There is one question for each conversation. For each of the questions, circle the right answer (A, B, C, or D). You will listen to the recording twice.1. C 2. A 3. DYOU WILL HEAR THREE SHORT CONVERSATIONS. THERE IS ONE QUESTION FOR EACH CONVERSATION. FOR EACH OF THE QUESTIONS, CIRCLE THE RIGHT ANSWER (A, B, C, OR D). YOU WILL LISTEN TO THE RECORDING TWICE.Conversation 1Woman: Stop, Anna. What are you wearing?Girl: Come on, Mum, I’m late for class. Just a crop top with skinny jeans.Woman: I’m sorry, dear but these are too short and tight for class. Change to casual stuffs … Jeans and T-shirt… your new white dress is ok.Girl: Oh, Mum…Conversation 2Woman: In my old days, we went to single-sex school.Boy: Didn’t you feel bored, Granny?Woman: Not a second. We concentrated on study, and we had very good academic performance.Boy: But I feel it limited your chance to enjoy life to the full.Conversation 3Boy: Do you know Tom Butler?Girl: Who don’t know him? The Maths monster of our school. He has just won a gold medal in the city Mathematics contest.Boy: Well, he has asked to join my soccer team.Girl: I saw him play soccer once. I’m sure he won’t make you disappointed. Questions 23-27:Listen to a passage on The International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Fill in each gap of the note with NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER. You will listen to the recording twice.4. global understanding5. campaigns6. 720 million7. medicine5. povertyLISTEN TO A PASSAGE ON THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. FILL IN EACH GAP OF THE NOTE WITH NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER. YOU WILL LISTEN TO THE RECORDING TWICE.Man: The International Day of Persons with Disabilities started in 1992. Now it happens every year. It highlights issues that are an everyday concern for millions of people around the world. Organizers hope to promote global understanding of disability issues and recognize the rights and dignity of people with disabilities. People act in many ways to increase awareness, including organizing events, workshops and campaigns in support of the day.Disability affects all societies and almost all families at some time. More than 720 million people across the globe live with disabilities. In richer nations, there are very good support systems for the disabled. However, in poorer nations, people with disabilities are further disabled by a lack of help, care, medicines and rights. It is a sad fact that 80 per cent of people with disabilities live in poorer countries. There is a very strong link between poverty and disability. The situation is also tragic for children. UNESCO says 90 per cent of children with disabilities in developing countries do not go to school. It is important we act on this day!You now have ONE minute to answer the questions and transfer your answers to the answer sheet.This is the end of the listening comprehension part of the test.Tải về tệp nghe ở đây – Luyện nghe tiếng anh qua Những câu chuyện tiếng Anh ở đây https://goo.gl/VsTvKK
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