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Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.

Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at first, especially once the pressures of study and coursework or exams begin to mount up. However, Michelle Wright, CEO of charity support organization Cause4, suggests seeing volunteering as a two-way

street. "I think it is fine for undergraduates to approach volunteering as a symbiotic relationship where doing good is just one part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals."

Katerina Rudiger, head of skills and policy campaigns at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), says: "Volunteering can be a valuable way of gaining that experience, as well as building confidence, broadening your horizons, becoming a better team player and developing those all-important 'employability skills' such as communication and decision making." Amanda Haig, graduate HR manager, agrees that volunteering can help your employment prospects. "Volunteering can demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork," she says.

A positive side-effect of volunteering is improving your time at university by getting involved in the local community. Leaving the student bubble can make your time as an undergraduate much more varied. At Bath Spa University, more than 1,000 students volunteered over the past year, doing everything from working on local environmental projects to helping in schools or assisting the elderly. ”Quite often there can be a divide between students and permanent residents," says students' union president Amy Dawson, "but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local

community and will reap the benefits in the future."

“You might also find that volunteering helps your studies if you choose the right program. At Lancaster, volunteering is linked into academic modules in some cases", explains Fox. "This has multiple wins. Students get to apply their learning in the classroom and share their interests with children in local schools or community organizations, while schools gain skilled students with a passion for a subject that enthuses their pupils."

What does the word "they" refer to in paragraph 3? 

A. projects

B. residents 

C. students 

D. benefits

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22 tháng 5 2019 lúc 15:32

Đáp án D

Điều nào sau đây phản ảnh chính xác nhất lời giải thích của Fox trong đoạn cuối?

A. Sinh viên tại các trường đại học phải tham gia ít nhất một hoạt động trong chiến dịch tình nguyện tại các trường học địa phương.

B. Sinh viên tại các trường đại học nên tham gia càng nhiều hoạt động trong chiến dịch tình nguyện tại các trường địa phương càng tốt.

C. Sinh viên tại các trường đại học tham gia công việc tình nguyện sẽ chỉ đạt được nhiều mục đích cho công đồng.

D. Sinh viên tại các trường đại học tham gia công việc tình nguyện sẽ đạt được rất nhiều mục đích cho không chỉ bản thân họ mà cả cộng động.

Căn cứ thông tin trong đoạn 4:

“Thông tin nằm trong câu : " ..... but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local community and will reap the benefits in the future." (....nhưng nếu sinh viên đầu tư một chút thời gian bây giờ, họ sẽ cho đi đến cộng đồng địa phương và nhân lại những lợi ích trong tương lai.)

22 tháng 2 2022 lúc 15:48

"but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local community and will reap the benefits in the future." (nhưng nếu sinh viên đầu tư một chút thời gian bây giờ, họ sẽ đem lại cho công đồng địa phương điều gì đó và sẽ gặt hái những lợi ích trong tương lai.) => Đáp án C

Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions. Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at...
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Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.

Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at first, especially once the pressures of study and coursework or exams begin to mount up. However, Michelle Wright, CEO of charity support organization Cause4, suggests seeing volunteering as a two-way

street. "I think it is fine for undergraduates to approach volunteering as a symbiotic relationship where doing good is just one part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals."

Katerina Rudiger, head of skills and policy campaigns at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), says: "Volunteering can be a valuable way of gaining that experience, as well as building confidence, broadening your horizons, becoming a better team player and developing those all-important 'employability skills' such as communication and decision making." Amanda Haig, graduate HR manager, agrees that volunteering can help your employment prospects. "Volunteering can demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork," she says.

A positive side-effect of volunteering is improving your time at university by getting involved in the local community. Leaving the student bubble can make your time as an undergraduate much more varied. At Bath Spa University, more than 1,000 students volunteered over the past year, doing everything from working on local environmental projects to helping in schools or assisting the elderly. ”Quite often there can be a divide between students and permanent residents," says students' union president Amy Dawson, "but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local

community and will reap the benefits in the future."

“You might also find that volunteering helps your studies if you choose the right program. At Lancaster, volunteering is linked into academic modules in some cases", explains Fox. "This has multiple wins. Students get to apply their learning in the classroom and share their interests with children in local schools or community organizations, while schools gain skilled students with a passion for a subject that enthuses their pupils."

What is inferred from Michelle Wright’s opinion about volunteering? 

A. It helps to build confidence and broaden the horizons. 

B. It is a part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals. 

C. It helps to demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork 

D. It helps students to take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions.

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13 tháng 12 2018 lúc 9:06

đáp án A

Từ "gaining" trong đoạn 2 có thể được thay thế bằng _______.

A. nhận                B. làm                    C. thiếu                         D. lấy

Get experience = gain experience: có được kinh nghiệm

Lack experience: thiếu kinh nghiệm

"take" và "make" không đi với "experience".

Căn cứ thông tin trong đoạn 2:

“Katerina Rudiger, head of skills and policy campaigns at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), says: ”Volunteering can be a valuable way of gaining that experience, as well as building confidence, broadening your horizons, becoming a better team player and developing

those all-important 'employability skills' such as communication and decision making." (Katerina Rudiger, người đứng đầu chiến dịch các kỹ năng và chính sách tại Học viện Nhân sự và Phát triển (CIPD), nói: "Tình nguyện có thể là một cách có giá trị để có được kinh nghiệm đó, cũng như

xây dụng sự tự tin, mở rộng tầm nhìn của bạn, trở thành một thành viên trong nhóm tốt hơn và phát triển những ‘kỹ năng việc làm’ hết sức quan trọng như giao tiếp và ra quyết định”)

Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at...
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Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.

Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at first, especially once the pressures of study and coursework or exams begin to mount up. However, Michelle Wright, CEO of charity support organization Cause4, suggests seeing volunteering as a two-way

street. "I think it is fine for undergraduates to approach volunteering as a symbiotic relationship where doing good is just one part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals."

Katerina Rudiger, head of skills and policy campaigns at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), says: "Volunteering can be a valuable way of gaining that experience, as well as building confidence, broadening your horizons, becoming a better team player and developing those all-important 'employability skills' such as communication and decision making." Amanda Haig, graduate HR manager, agrees that volunteering can help your employment prospects. "Volunteering can demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork," she says.

A positive side-effect of volunteering is improving your time at university by getting involved in the local community. Leaving the student bubble can make your time as an undergraduate much more varied. At Bath Spa University, more than 1,000 students volunteered over the past year, doing everything from working on local environmental projects to helping in schools or assisting the elderly. ”Quite often there can be a divide between students and permanent residents," says students' union president Amy Dawson, "but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local

community and will reap the benefits in the future."

“You might also find that volunteering helps your studies if you choose the right program. At Lancaster, volunteering is linked into academic modules in some cases", explains Fox. "This has multiple wins. Students get to apply their learning in the classroom and share their interests with children in local schools or community organizations, while schools gain skilled students with a passion for a subject that enthuses their pupils."

 Which of the following information is NOT mentioned in paragraph 1?

 

 

A. Many social benefits are provided by volunteering. 

B. Students are likely to be enthusiastic for chances and share their interests with people. 

C. Volunteering might increase the pressures of study and coursework or exam. 

D. Michelle Wright recommends seeing volunteering as a two-way street.

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18 tháng 10 2018 lúc 13:54

Đáp án B

Điều gì được suy luận từ ý kiến của Michelle Wright về tình nguyện?

A. Nó giúp xây dựng sự tự tin và mở rộng tầm nhìn.

B. Đó là một phần của động lực để đạt được các mục tiêu cá nhân và chuyên nghiệp.

C. Nó giúp thể hiện những đặc điểm tính cách tích cực và kỹ năng, chẳng hạn như sự chủ động và tinh thần đồng đội.

D. Nó giúp sinh viên đem nhiệt huyết và hứng thú khi cơ hội đến và chia sẻ niềm đam mê của họ.

Căn cứ thông tin trong đoạn 1:

“However, Michelle Wright, ..... I think it is fine for undergraduates to approach volunteering as a symbiotic relationship where doing good is just one part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals."

(Tuy nhiên, Michelle Wright, “ Tôi nghĩ rằng điều đó là tốt cho các sinh viên đã tốt nghiệp khi tiếp cận việc tham gia tình nguyện như là một mối quan hệ cộng sinh, nơi mà làm việc tốt chỉ là một phần của động lực để đạt đến các mục tiêu về nghề nghiệp cũng như mục tiêu cá nhân.)

Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at...
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Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.

Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at first, especially once the pressures of study and coursework or exams begin to mount up. However, Michelle Wright, CEO of charity support organization Cause4, suggests seeing volunteering as a two-way

street. "I think it is fine for undergraduates to approach volunteering as a symbiotic relationship where doing good is just one part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals."

Katerina Rudiger, head of skills and policy campaigns at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), says: "Volunteering can be a valuable way of gaining that experience, as well as building confidence, broadening your horizons, becoming a better team player and developing those all-important 'employability skills' such as communication and decision making." Amanda Haig, graduate HR manager, agrees that volunteering can help your employment prospects. "Volunteering can demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork," she says.

A positive side-effect of volunteering is improving your time at university by getting involved in the local community. Leaving the student bubble can make your time as an undergraduate much more varied. At Bath Spa University, more than 1,000 students volunteered over the past year, doing everything from working on local environmental projects to helping in schools or assisting the elderly. ”Quite often there can be a divide between students and permanent residents," says students' union president Amy Dawson, "but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local

community and will reap the benefits in the future."

“You might also find that volunteering helps your studies if you choose the right program. At Lancaster, volunteering is linked into academic modules in some cases", explains Fox. "This has multiple wins. Students get to apply their learning in the classroom and share their interests with children in local schools or community organizations, while schools gain skilled students with a passion for a subject that enthuses their pupils."

 Which of the following most accurately reflects Fox’s explanation in the last paragraph?

 

 

A. Students at universities must join at least one activity in volunteer campaign at local schools. 

B. Students at universities should join as many activities in volunteer campaign at local schools as possible. 

C. Students at universities who join volunteer work will gain a lot of purposes for the community only. 

D. Students at universities who join volunteer work will gain a lot of purposes for not only themselves but also the community.

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17 tháng 7 2019 lúc 14:05

Đáp án B

Kiến thức về cách chia động từ

Tạm dịch: Trong dự án này, trách nhiệm của bạn là tìm kiếm thông tin về ô nhiễm môi trường càng nhiều càng tốt.

=> Đáp án là B (is search => is searching)

Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at...
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Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.

Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at first, especially once the pressures of study and coursework or exams begin to mount up. However, Michelle Wright, CEO of charity support organization Cause4, suggests seeing volunteering as a two-way

street. "I think it is fine for undergraduates to approach volunteering as a symbiotic relationship where doing good is just one part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals."

Katerina Rudiger, head of skills and policy campaigns at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), says: "Volunteering can be a valuable way of gaining that experience, as well as building confidence, broadening your horizons, becoming a better team player and developing those all-important 'employability skills' such as communication and decision making." Amanda Haig, graduate HR manager, agrees that volunteering can help your employment prospects. "Volunteering can demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork," she says.

A positive side-effect of volunteering is improving your time at university by getting involved in the local community. Leaving the student bubble can make your time as an undergraduate much more varied. At Bath Spa University, more than 1,000 students volunteered over the past year, doing everything from working on local environmental projects to helping in schools or assisting the elderly. ”Quite often there can be a divide between students and permanent residents," says students' union president Amy Dawson, "but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local

community and will reap the benefits in the future."

“You might also find that volunteering helps your studies if you choose the right program. At Lancaster, volunteering is linked into academic modules in some cases", explains Fox. "This has multiple wins. Students get to apply their learning in the classroom and share their interests with children in local schools or community organizations, while schools gain skilled students with a passion for a subject that enthuses their pupils."

 What is the most suitable title for this reading?

 

 

A. Volunteering at university 

B. Volunteering helps employment prospects 

C. Students should take part in extracurricular activities to put it on CV 

D. The virtues of volunteering

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27 tháng 4 2017 lúc 6:25

Đáp án C

Thông tin nào sau đây KHÔNG được đề cập trong đoạn 1?

A. Nhiều lợi ích xã hội được cung cấp bởi tinh nguyén.

B. Học sinh có khả năng nhiệt tình cho các cơ hội và chia sé lợi ích của họ với mọi người.

C. Tình nguyện có thể làm tăng áp lực học tập và các khóa học hoặc kỳ thi.

D. Michelle Wright khuyên bạn nên xem tình nguyện là lợi cả đôi đường.

Căn cứ thông tin trong đoạn 1:

"Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV ...... However, Michelle Wright, CEO of charity support organization Cause4, suggests seeing volunteering as a two-way street." (Tình nguyện cung cấp nhiều lợi ích xã hội giống nhau, với phần thưởng được thêm vào là giúp đỡ người khác và phát triển các kỹ năng hữu ích để đưa vào CV của bạn. Tuy nhiên, Michelle Wright, Giám đốc điều hành của tổ chức hỗ trợ

từ thiện Cause4, đề nghị xem tình nguyện là lợi có đôi đường.)

Trong bài có nhắc đến áp lực từ việc học tập nhưng không nói đến việc tham gia tình nguyện có gây ra áp lực trong học tập.

Tất cả các thông tin trong đáp án A, B, D đều có ở trong đoạn 1.

Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at...
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Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.

Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at first, especially once the pressures of study and coursework or exams begin to mount up. However, Michelle Wright, CEO of charity support organization Cause4, suggests seeing volunteering as a two-way

street. "I think it is fine for undergraduates to approach volunteering as a symbiotic relationship where doing good is just one part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals."

Katerina Rudiger, head of skills and policy campaigns at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), says: "Volunteering can be a valuable way of gaining that experience, as well as building confidence, broadening your horizons, becoming a better team player and developing those all-important 'employability skills' such as communication and decision making." Amanda Haig, graduate HR manager, agrees that volunteering can help your employment prospects. "Volunteering can demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork," she says.

A positive side-effect of volunteering is improving your time at university by getting involved in the local community. Leaving the student bubble can make your time as an undergraduate much more varied. At Bath Spa University, more than 1,000 students volunteered over the past year, doing everything from working on local environmental projects to helping in schools or assisting the elderly. ”Quite often there can be a divide between students and permanent residents," says students' union president Amy Dawson, "but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local

community and will reap the benefits in the future."

“You might also find that volunteering helps your studies if you choose the right program. At Lancaster, volunteering is linked into academic modules in some cases", explains Fox. "This has multiple wins. Students get to apply their learning in the classroom and share their interests with children in local schools or community organizations, while schools gain skilled students with a passion for a subject that enthuses their pupils."

 The word “gaining” in paragraph 2 can be replaced by ________

 

 

A. getting

B. making 

C. lacking 

D. taking

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22 tháng 6 2018 lúc 9:41

Đáp án B

Đặc điểm tính cách và bộ kỹ năng bao gồm _______.

A. giao tiếp và ra quyết định

B. chủ động và hợp tác

C. chủ động và tự tin

D. đam mê, kiến thức và kinh nghiệm môn học

Căn cứ thông tin trong đoạn 2:

"Amanda Haig agrees that volunteering can help your employment prospects. "Volunteering can demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork," she says.” (Amanda Haig đồng ý rằng tình nguyện có thể giúp tăng triển vọng việc làm của bạn. "Tình

nguyện có thể chứng minh những đặc điểm tính cách tích cực và bộ kỹ năng, như sự chủ động và tinh thần đồng đội”)

Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at...
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Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.

Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at first, especially once the pressures of study and coursework or exams begin to mount up. However, Michelle Wright, CEO of charity support organization Cause4, suggests seeing volunteering as a two-way

street. "I think it is fine for undergraduates to approach volunteering as a symbiotic relationship where doing good is just one part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals."

Katerina Rudiger, head of skills and policy campaigns at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), says: "Volunteering can be a valuable way of gaining that experience, as well as building confidence, broadening your horizons, becoming a better team player and developing those all-important 'employability skills' such as communication and decision making." Amanda Haig, graduate HR manager, agrees that volunteering can help your employment prospects. "Volunteering can demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork," she says.

A positive side-effect of volunteering is improving your time at university by getting involved in the local community. Leaving the student bubble can make your time as an undergraduate much more varied. At Bath Spa University, more than 1,000 students volunteered over the past year, doing everything from working on local environmental projects to helping in schools or assisting the elderly. ”Quite often there can be a divide between students and permanent residents," says students' union president Amy Dawson, "but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local

community and will reap the benefits in the future."

“You might also find that volunteering helps your studies if you choose the right program. At Lancaster, volunteering is linked into academic modules in some cases", explains Fox. "This has multiple wins. Students get to apply their learning in the classroom and share their interests with children in local schools or community organizations, while schools gain skilled students with a passion for a subject that enthuses their pupils."

 

Personality traits and skill sets include ________.

A. communication and decision - making 

B. proactivity and collaboration 

C. proactivity and confidence 

D. passions, subject knowledge and experience.

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31 tháng 8 2017 lúc 18:13

Đáp án A

Từ hiệu "side-efiect” có nghĩa là gì?

A. kết quả bổ sung mà bạn không mong đợi hoặc không muốn

B. một kết quả tốt

C. một phía khác của đường phố

D. tác động hai chiều

Side-effect: tác dụng phụ

Căn cứ thông tin trong đoạn 3:

"A positive side-effect of volunteering is improving your time at university by getting involved in the local community." (Một tác dụng phụ tích cực của tình nguyện là cải thiện thời gian của bạn tại trường đại học bằng cách tham gia vào cộng động địa phương.)

Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at...
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Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to answer the following questions.

Volunteering offers many of the same social benefits, with the added bonus of helping others and developing useful skills to put on your CV. Plus, students are in a unique position to help, suggests Tom Fox. "They can take their enthusiasm and excitement for opportunities and share their passions, subject knowledge and experience with people." The idea of giving up time for nothing might seem impractical at first, especially once the pressures of study and coursework or exams begin to mount up. However, Michelle Wright, CEO of charity support organization Cause4, suggests seeing volunteering as a two-way

street. "I think it is fine for undergraduates to approach volunteering as a symbiotic relationship where doing good is just one part of the motivation for reaching personal and professional goals."

Katerina Rudiger, head of skills and policy campaigns at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), says: "Volunteering can be a valuable way of gaining that experience, as well as building confidence, broadening your horizons, becoming a better team player and developing those all-important 'employability skills' such as communication and decision making." Amanda Haig, graduate HR manager, agrees that volunteering can help your employment prospects. "Volunteering can demonstrate positive personality traits and skill sets, such as proactivity, and teamwork," she says.

A positive side-effect of volunteering is improving your time at university by getting involved in the local community. Leaving the student bubble can make your time as an undergraduate much more varied. At Bath Spa University, more than 1,000 students volunteered over the past year, doing everything from working on local environmental projects to helping in schools or assisting the elderly. ”Quite often there can be a divide between students and permanent residents," says students' union president Amy Dawson, "but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local

community and will reap the benefits in the future."

“You might also find that volunteering helps your studies if you choose the right program. At Lancaster, volunteering is linked into academic modules in some cases", explains Fox. "This has multiple wins. Students get to apply their learning in the classroom and share their interests with children in local schools or community organizations, while schools gain skilled students with a passion for a subject that enthuses their pupils."

 What does the word “side-effect” mean?

A. additional result that you did not expect or want

B. an extra good result 

C. another side of a street 

D. a two-way street

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31 tháng 7 2019 lúc 11:59

Đáp án C

Từ “they” đề cập đến điều gì trong đoạn 3?

A. dự án               B. cư dân               C. sinh viên                   D. lợi ích

Căn cứ thông tin trong đoạn 3:

"but if students invest a little time now, they will be giving something back to the local community and will reap the benefits in the future." (nhưng nếu sinh viên đầu tư một chút thời gian bây giờ, họ sẽ đem lại cho công đồng địa phương điều gì đó và sẽ gặt hái những lợi ích trong tương lai.)

Read the following passage and decide which answer bestfits each gap. Write your answer in the numbered box.    Voluntary work is work that you do not get paid for and usually involves in doing things to help other people, especially the elderly or the sick. or working on (12)__________of a charity or similar organization. Most charitable organizations rely on unpaid volunteers, and thousands of Americans and British people give many hours of their time to doing some form of social work or...
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Read the following passage and decide which answer bestfits each gap. Write your answer in the numbered box.

    Voluntary work is work that you do not get paid for and usually involves in doing things to help other people, especially the elderly or the sick. or working on (12)__________of a charity or similar organization. Most charitable organizations rely on unpaid volunteers, and thousands of Americans and British people give many hours of their time to doing some form of social work or organizing - fund raising events to support the work. Volunteering is especially popular in the US and the reasons this may be found in (13)__________American values such as the Protestant work ethic, the idea that work improves the person whodoes it, and the belief that people can change their (14)__________if they try hard enough.

    In the US young people over 18 can take part in AmeriCorps, a government programme that (15)__________them to work as volunteers for a period of time, with the (26)__________of help in paying for their education later. Older Americans who do not work may spend much of their free time volunteering.

Điền vào số (15)

A. commissions

B. guides        

C. encourages       

D. engages

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1 tháng 1 2020 lúc 11:24

Đáp án là C

encourages someone to do something :khuyến khích ai đó làm gì Các từ còn lại: commission: ủy thác, ủy nhiệm; guide : hướng dẫn ; engage: thuê

Read the following passage and decide which answer bestfits each gap. Write your answer in the numbered box.    Voluntary work is work that you do not get paid for and usually involves in doing things to help other people, especially the elderly or the sick. or working on (12)__________of a charity or similar organization. Most charitable organizations rely on unpaid volunteers, and thousands of Americans and British people give many hours of their time to doing some form of social work or...
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Read the following passage and decide which answer bestfits each gap. Write your answer in the numbered box.

    Voluntary work is work that you do not get paid for and usually involves in doing things to help other people, especially the elderly or the sick. or working on (12)__________of a charity or similar organization. Most charitable organizations rely on unpaid volunteers, and thousands of Americans and British people give many hours of their time to doing some form of social work or organizing - fund raising events to support the work. Volunteering is especially popular in the US and the reasons this may be found in (13)__________American values such as the Protestant work ethic, the idea that work improves the person whodoes it, and the belief that people can change their (14)__________if they try hard enough.

    In the US young people over 18 can take part in AmeriCorps, a government programme that (15)__________them to work as volunteers for a period of time, with the (26)__________of help in paying for their education later. Older Americans who do not work may spend much of their free time volunteering.

Điền vào số (14)

A. standard 

B. nature     

C. condition         

D. appearance

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10 tháng 6 2017 lúc 7:45

Đáp án là C

condition : điều kiện

Các từ còn lại : standard: tiêu chuẩn ; nature : bản chất ; appearance : vẻ bề ngoài