The word “they” in paragraph 3 refer to ______.
- A. families
- B. the Pilgrims
- C. thanks
- D. the Native Americans
Lời giải tham khảo:
Đáp án đúng: B
Đáp án B
Từ “they” ở đoạn 3 ám chỉ tới ______.
A. các gia đình.
B. những Người Hành hương.
C. lời cảm ơn.
D. những người Mĩ bản địa.
Thấy “They” đứng đầu câu là chủ ngữ, ta đọc lên câu phía trước: “When the next fall came, the Pilgrims had plenty of food. They were thankful to God and the Indians and had a feast to give thanks”- (Khi mùa thu tiếp theo tới, những Người Hành hương đã có rất nhiều thức ăn. Họ biết ơn Chúa và những người da đỏ, và đã làm 1 bữa tiệc để tỏ lòng biết ơn) => “They” chỉ có thể là ám chỉ “the Pilgrims”.
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