Body language is a potent form of communication A verbal B non verbal C tongue

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39.Body language is a potent form of _______ communication. A. verbal B. non-verbalC. tongue D. oral Non verbal: Không nói b ng l i (Ngôn ng cư chỉ ) Vì trong câu có nh c t i: Body language : Ngôn ng cơ thể Đáp án B 40.The acting in the movie was terrible, the story was boring and the sound quality was very poor. ______, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Đáp án: A Giả i thích In brief = in short = to sum up = in a nutshell: tóm l i B: Vì th ế , b i th ế C: Tương tự như vậ y D: Tương ứ ng 41. The child's arm was swollen because he _______ by a bee.
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Quotes for my beloved students: “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” Gandhi LUYỆN THI ĐẠI HC MÔN TING ANH CÙNG CÔ NGC LAN Câu này nói v vi c b ong đố t x ảy ra trướ c vi ệc sưng lên Tình hu ng l i thì quá kh đơn Hành động bị đốt chia ở thì quá khứ hoàn thành nhưng mang tính chất bị động ( có giới từ by + O ) Đáp án C 42.If you want a flat in the centre of the city you have to pay through the _________ for it. Ta có c m thành ng : Pay through the nose : tr giá đắ t 43. I caught the last bus by the skin of my _______. B. mounth B.leg C.neck D.teeth C m thành ng : by the skin of one’s teeth: sát sao Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions. On January 3, 1961, nine days after Christmas, Richard Legg, John Byrnes, and Richard McKinley were killed in a remote desert in eastern Idaho. Their deaths occurred when a nuclear reactor exploded at a top-secret base in the National Reactor Testing Station (NRTS). Official reports state that the explosion and subsequent reactor meltdown resulted from the improper retraction of the control rod. When questioned about the events that occurred there, officials were very reticent. The whole affair, in fact, was not discussed much, and seemed to disappear with time. In order to grasp the mysterious nature of the NRTS catastrophe, it helps to know a bit about how nuclear reactors work. After all, the generation of nuclear energy may strike many as an esoteric process. However, given its relative simplicity, the way in which the NRTS reactor functions is widely comprehensible. In this particular kind of reactor, a cluster of nine-ton uranium fuel rods are positioned lengthwise around a central control rod. The reaction begins with the slow removal of the control rod, which starts a controlled nuclear reaction and begins to heat the water in the reactor. This heat generates steam, which builds pressure inside the tank. As pressure builds, the steam looks for a place to escape. The only place this steam is able to escape is through the turbine. As it passes through the turbine on its way out of the tank, it turns the giant fan blades and produces energy.
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Quotes for my beloved students: “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
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