Luyện kĩ năng nghe tiếng Anh 7 thi học kì 1
I. Listen to a talk about a Vietnamese dish. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F. You will listen TWICE.
1. Bun bo Hue is like pho.
2. To cook bun bo Hue, we use different kinds of sauces.
3. You can choose either pork or beef types of bun bo Hue.
4. People in Hue eat more spicy food.
II. Listen to Mai, a student talking about the volunteer work she did at lower secondary school. Fill each of the gaps with one suitable word. You will listen TWICE.
1. Mai’s school has many action ______.
2. At grade 6, they ______ the streets.
3. At grade 6, they contributed the old ______ and clothes.
4. At grade 7, they ______ pens, pencils and notebooks.
5. School had a new _____ when they were at grade 8.
Part 1. Listen to a talk about a Vietnamese dish. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F. You will listen TWICE.
If you go to the central Vietnamese city of Hue, you must try bun bo Hue. Basically, it is also a kind of soup with noodles, like pho. But it has distinctive taste and ingredients. Fish sauce and shrimp sauce are added to the broth to bring its flavour. There are pork leg, pork meatballs, slides of beef, and lots of fresh herbs. It’s also served with some pig blood cubes. It’s quite spicy, especially if you have it in the local taste. There are many variations of bun bo Hue, but it’s better to taste it in Hue.
Part 2. Listen to Mai, a student talking about the volunteer work she did at lower secondary school. Fill each of the gaps with one suitable word. You will listen TWICE.
Our club had many action programmes to help other children. I remember when we were at grade 6, we cleaned the streets around the school every month, and did the gardening in the school. Each semester, we contributed the old textbooks or clothes to our school. Our teachers packed them up and sent them to rural villages in the north. Children there do not have enough textbooks and clothes. By the end of grade 7 we went to SOS children village. We took new notebooks, pens and pencils to donate to friends here. They were very moved about that. Then when I was at grade 8, the school had a new movement. We tried to help teach English to children in two villages in Ninh Binh for a month.