Filling - English

Filling - English

bởi Ah'ss Min'ss ngày 21/08/2017


Some sports or activities have traditionally been connected (0) with young people, even though (2)..... isn't always clear why. Skateboarders, for instance, are expected to (3).....teenagers wearing clothes four sizes too big for them. When you come to think of it, there's (4).... practical reason why people over the age of 21 shouldn't take (5)....the sport.
Skateboarding involves a certain amount of falling off the board, (6)..... can of course be painful, but this also applies to other sports like skiing or surfing. Sports should not be restricted (7)....teenages. There is (8)....wrong with a grown-up gliding down the road on his or her broad.
(9)...... the same time, I must confess that I felt a certain sympathy for my niece Emily when her father, (10)....older brother Tom, announced that he was going skateboarding with her. (11)...... the age of 14 you are very conscious of (12)......other people think of you. She knew all her friends would laugh (13)..... her if she arrived for the regular Saturday morning skateboarding sessions in the local park with her dad.
Emily felt (14)....ambarrassment would be more than she could bear, so she kindly asked her father (15)..... he could go skateboarding somewhere else. Tom realised how embarrassed Emily must (16)..... felt and burst out laughing.

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  • (2) it

    (3) be

    (4) no/little

    (5) up

    (6) which

    (7) to

    (8) nothing

    (9) At

    (10) my

    (11) At

    (12) what

    (13) at

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    8. You can never be sure what he is going to do. He is so __________ (PREDICT), I’m afraid.

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    By Leonardo Lawrence

    You will probably laugh when I tell you that my interest in body language was sparked by a favorite professor of mine at university. He mentioned “Pinocchio Syndrome” to me one wintry morning after claiming that I was rubbed my nose when giving excuses for being late to his lectures. Apparently, when someone tells a lie, the person’s blood rushes to the nose and the extra blood makes it itchy. So if you think someone is not being entirely honest with you, perhaps like my professor you should watch to see if they scratch their nose! This little example of non-verbal communication inspired me to become a body language expert.

    Now, I earn my living by training people in non-verbal communication. Knowing when someone is lying and knowing how to convince people you’re telling the truth are two of the most important skills you’ll ever learn. For example, lawyers build their reputation on their deductive skills when cross-examining in court, while politicians need to rely on their powers of persuasion to gain support.

    I have dedicated my life to studying the ways the human body gives more reliable information than the words we speak. The words say one thing but the body may say something completely different. This is the theory of body language and most of us are familiar with the basics. We know that crossed arms can be seen as their defensive or aggressive, but what about facial expressions, gestures, posture, and the intonation of our speech? All of these volumes can be understood if you only know how to make sense of the signs.

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    C. He is dedicated to his work.                D. He trains body language experts.


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    On April Fools' Day, people in many countries play tricks on each other. Usually, the tricks (1) ______  making friends believe something ridiculous. On this day you could, for example, tell a friend there is a huge spider on their shoulder. If they believe you, you have succeeded (2) ______ fooling them, and even if you only trick them for a second, you have (3) ____ right to shout "April Fool!"

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        But how did this (6) _____ begin? Some say April Fools’ Day originated in France when that country adopted the new Gregorian calendar. In the previous calendar, New Year was celebrated (7) _____ 25th March until 1st April, not on 1st January, as in the Gregorian calendar. Some people refused to (8) _____ the new calendar, and continued to celebrate the New Year in spring. Other people made fun of them and laughed at them (9) _____ they were old-fashioned and didn't want to change. Now April Fools' Day has become a global tradition, and no one is safe! People play tricks on anyone, not just on (10) ______ who don't want to change with the times.




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    5. Was the film as good as you expected it to be or was it disappointing?        LIVE

     Did the film.................................................................................................of it or was it disappointing?