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Responsible young man c u ta đã l n lên thành m t

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responsible young man: C u ta đã l n lên thành m t chàng trai tr t t tính và có trách ẻ ố nhi m. 4. To inspire somebody: truy n c m h ng. Eg: His confident leadership inspired his followers : S lãnh đ o t tin c a anh y truy n c m h ng cho nh ng ng i đi ườ sau. 5. To be well - recognized: đ c công nh n t t, n i danh v vang. ượ Eg Professor Jones is well – recognized among his colleges: Giáo s Jones đ c các đ ng ư ượ nghi p công nh n. 6. Slavery (n): ch đ nô l . ế Eg: Millions of Africans were sold into slavery: Hàng tri u ng i châu Phi đã b bán cho ch đ ườ ế l . 7. To be accompanied by: đ ng hành, đi cùng, k t h p. ế Eg: Depression is almost always accompanied by insomnia : N i tuy t v ng chán n n h u nh luôn đ ng hành v i m t ư ng . 8. To give credit to where credit is due: s th a nh n/công nh n ph i đ c trao cho ng i ượ ườ x ng đáng. 9. To go on: ti p t c. ế Eg: Please go on with what you're doing and don't let us interrupt you: Anh c ti p t c nh ng gì đang làm, đ ng đ chúng tôi làm anh gián ế đo n. 10.To promote: qu ng bá, qu ng cáo Eg: Advertising companies are always having to think up new ways to promote products : Các công ty qu ng cáo luôn ph i nghĩ ra các ph ng ươ th c m i đ qu ng bá s n ph m.
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Exercise 10: The Allied Power [●●●] Almost as soon as World War II ended, the debate began over who had actually done the most on the Allied side to ensure the defeat of the Axis powers. The Russians only needed to point to their twenty million plus war dead to justify their rights in Eastern Europe and their new position as a great power on the world stage. Yet, Americans could also claim that they had done as much, if not more, as the Russians to defeat the Axis enemy. In hindsight, it is obvious that despite its greater number of dead, the Russian effort ranks second place to the American. In particular, the American effort seems greater in light of three crucial points: it was fighting at extreme distances from its home territory; it simultaneously fought three different enemies on a multitude of complex fronts with air, naval, land forces; and finally, it supplied many other fighting forces, including the Russians, with massive amounts of material. The main fronts of World War II were in North Africa, Italy, Western and Eastern Europe, the Pacific Ocean, China, and India. The United States military forces fought on or supported every front, all of which were at extreme distances from the continental United States. A great logistical effort required to support both its own forces and those of many other nations. Above all, supply ships were essential because without the supply ships, all would have been in vain.
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