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LISTENING
I. Listen to the conversation between David and Son about David’s trip to Sa Pa. Decide whether the sentences are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F. You will listen TWICE.

1. (T/F ) __________ David likes Sa Pa very much.
2. (T/F ) __________ Ham Rong Mountain has a charming landscape.
3. (T/F ) __________ Son hasn’t come to Cat Cat village.
4. (T/F ) __________ Cat Cat villagers make great handicrafts.
5. (T/F ) __________ David regretted trekking in the valleys.


II. Listen to the story of Hans Christian Andersen’s life and complete the notes. Fill each of the gaps with no more than THREE words and/or a number. You will listen TWICE.

A SHORT BIOGRAPHY OF HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
– 1805: Born in Odense, (1) ______________
– 1819: Travelled to Copenhagen and worked as (2) ______________
– (3) ______: Started writing fairy tales
– 1845: (4) ______________ of his stories became known to foreign audiences
– 1875: Died because of (5) ______________






Answer keys and Tapescripts

I. LISTENING
1. Listen to the conversation between David and Son about David’s trip to Sa Pa. Decide whether the sentences are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F. You will listen TWICE.

1. T
2. T
3. F
4. T
5. F

Hello. This is Tieng Anh 8. Listening Test.//

Task 1. Listen to the conversation between David and Son about David’s trip to Sa Pa.//
Decide whether the sentences are true (T) or false (F).//
Circle T or F. // You will listen TWICE.// Now listen and circle T or F.//

David: I went to Sa Pa last week, Son.
Son: Really? Did you enjoy it?
David: Yes, a lot. It was gorgeous. I like Ham Rong Mountain where we found cool atmosphere, a charming landscape with various kinds of flowers and plants.
Son: Do you like the terraced fields?
David: Ah, yes. The terraced fields are impressive. When we came, all the rice was ripe and the field was like an endless golden silk scarf.
Son: Yes, I love it too. How about Cat Cat village? Did you go to Cat Cat village?
David: Sure! I love the waterfall, the green slopes and… the handicrafts made there.
Son: I’ve been to that village. Look! This scarf is from Cat Cat.
David: It’s so beautiful! The only thing I regret not being able to do was to climb up Mount Fansipan or at least spend sometimes trekking in the valleys there…

2. Listen to the story of Hans Christian Andersen’s life and complete the notes. Fill each of the gaps with no more than THREE words and/or a number. You will listen TWICE.

1. Denmark
2. (an) actor
3. 1835
4. English translations
5. (liver) cancer

TASK 2: Listen to the story of Hans Christian Andersen’s life and complete the notes. //
Fill each of the gaps with NO MORE THAN THREE words and/ or a number. //
You will listen TWICE.// Now listen and fill the gaps. //

Hans Christian Andersen achieved worldwide fame for writing innovative fairy tales. Many of his stories, including “The Ugly Duckling” and “The Princess and the Pea”, remain classics.
Hans Christian Andersen was born in Odense, Denmark, on April 2, 1805. While the Andersen family was not wealthy, young Hans Christian was educated in expensive boarding schools with the help of patrons.
In 1819, Andersen travelled to Copenhagen to work as an actor. He returned to school after a short time, and began writing during this period. He didn’t start writing fairy tales until 1835.
In 1845, English translations of Andersen’s folktales and stories began to gain the attention of foreign audiences. His stories have been adapted for stage and screen, including a popular animated version of “The Little Mermaid”.
Around 1872, he started to show signs of the liver cancer that would take his life. Andersen died on August 4, 1875, in
Copenhagen.

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