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Unit 1 bài tập tiếng anh 10 lưu hoằng trí

I. Write the words in the box into the correct column.







II. Write /tr/, /kr/, and /br/ above the word that has the corresponding consonant
cluster sound. Then, practise reading the sentences.
1. We tried to catch the train to Ha Noi.
2. This morning I felt crazy because the traffic was very heavy with a lot of trucks and the
streets were crowded.
3. My father likes cream in his coffee.
4. My mother buys groceries on credit.
5. My computer crashed while I was trying to create a new directory.
6. My parents are both broad-minded, so they are willing to listen to our own opinions.
7. My brother has brown eyes and broad shoulders.
8. A breathalyser is a device to measure the amount of alcohol in a driver’s breath.
9. I spend two hours browsing the web every day.
10. People feel lonely because they build walls instead of bridges.
I. Fill in each blank with the correct word/phrase from the box.


equally shared parenting
financial burden

gender convergence

1. Mr Long has found that his wife receives a great deal of love when he

2. In fact, child care seems to have some important
3. Ho Xuan Huong was a female poet who was
4. Ties with the
family are generally very close.






5. Mothers play a(n)
role in the lives of their children and the bond is
very strong.
6. Fathers and mothers who follow
have made a conscious decision
to share equally in the raising of their children, household chores, breadwinning, and time
for recreation.
7. Overall, women’s time in domestic work has been declining and we see a slow but
continuing trend of
in work time and the domestic division of
8. My mother goes to work too and does everything else including all the
laundry, cleaning, and child care.
9. More than one-fourth of American families faced
due to medical
10. When your child was young, your role was to
and guide him.
II. Fill in each blank with the appropriate form of the word in brackets.
1. One recent survey found that men’s
in the home had increased almost
threefold in the last four decades. (contribute)
2. A mother’s love can be as
as breastfeeding. (benefit)
3. In the traditional Japanese family system, the entire estate of the family, and the
assets are transferred from the father to the eldest son. (finance)
4. Mrs White spoke
of her husband because he didn’t share anything
with household chores. (criticize)
5. My aunt works
hard to support her family because her husband died in
a car accident a year ago. (enormous)
6. When we have some trouble in our family, we should have family meetings to work out a
. (solve)
7. The husband is responsible for the family's economic well-being and takes pride in his
role as a
. (provide)
8. Parenting
can offer children good opportunities for their future.
9. We do our share of housework willingly so that we can follow
interests in
our free time. (recreation)
10. Researchers found that an unequal
of household chores negatively
affected wives' marital
. (divide – satisfy)
III.Match the pictures 1-9 to the phrases, and write the answer in each blank. There are
some extra phrases. Number 1 has been for you.
do the cooking
_______ do the ironing
_______ do the washing
_______ do the vacuuming
_______ lay the table
_______ make the bed
_______ tidy your room
_______do the cleaning
_______ do the shopping
_______ do the washing-up

_______ empty the dishwasher
_______ make breakfast/lunch/dinner
_______ take the rubbish out
_______wash the car
IV. Complete the sentences with a verb from the box in the correct form.





Why didn’t you
your bed this morning?
I can’t come out now. I’m
the cleaning.
Could you
the dishwasher and put the things away, please?
It’s not fair. I
breakfast yesterday. Nam should
Look at this bin! Please
the rubbish out now.
Mum, I’ve
my room. Can I go out now?
the table. It’s nearly dinnertime.
A: Where’s Dad?
B: He’s
the car. He always
the car

it today.




Fill the gaps with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
Ms Lan is not in the office today. She (work)
at home today.
“Where (you/come)
from?” “I’m Italian - from Rome.’
“(you/ speak)
French” “Just a little.”
Don’t forget your umbrella. It (rain)
“Can you help me with the dinner?” “Not now. I (watch)
In Viet Nam, children (look)
after their old parents.
“Hi! What (you/do)
here” “I (wait)
for a
8. Can I look at the newspaper now? (you/read)
9. Can I phone you back? We (have)
10. Mr Long (work)
in an office every day, but now he (help)
wife to prepare dinner.
I. Read the passage, and decide whether the following statements are true (T), false
(F), or not given (NG).

Career of the Year
Fourteen-year-old Ed Bond from London is this year's winner of the Young Career of the
Year Award.
When he’s not at school. Ed looks after his mother, who is disabled and in a wheelchair.
He also looks after his ten-year-old sister. He helps to do the washing and the cooking. ‘Ed’s
great,’ says his father. ‘I have to go to work at six in the morning, so Ed has to help his
mother a lot. He doesn’t have to do the housework but he does it anyway. We worry because
he doesn’t have much free time, but he doesn’t complain.’ ‘I want to help.’ says Ed, ‘and
anyway I don’t have to do so much at weekends because my dad’s at home.’


Ed helps to look after his mother.
Ed’s mother can’t walk.
Ed’s father is also ill.
Ed is an only child.
Ed does all the shopping for the family.




II. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.
Family types vary in different countries and among different cultures. In Western,
industrialized societies, the nuclear family ranks as the most common family type. It consists
of a father, a mother and their children. But nuclear families exist together with many other
types of family units. In the single-parent family, for example, a mother or a father heads the
family alone. A blended family is formed when a divorced or widowed parent remarries. As
divorce rates have risen, the number of single-parent and blended families has increased.
In many parts of the world, parents and children live together with other family members
under the same roof. These complex families usually contain several generations of family
members, including grandparents, parents and children. They may also include brothers or
sisters and their families, uncles, aunts and cousins. Even when relatives do not live together,
they still consider themselves members of the same extended family includes grandparents,
uncles, aunts and cousins.
1. The nuclear family ranks as the most common family type
A. an many industrialized countries
B. in countries with nuclear weapons
C. that consists of more than two generations D. that leads to the divorce of parents
2. In the single-parent family,
A. there are often no children
B. only one parent lives with his or her child or children
C. the number of blended children has increased
D. children live with their grandparents
3. Grandparents, parents and children are mentioned as
A. the three typical generations of an extended family
B. three branches of a family tree
C. the closest and happiest relatives in family units
D. a complex combination
4. The second paragraph is about
A. American culture
B. relatives and family members
C. the relationship between family members
D. the extended family
5. The word “blended” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to
A. complex
B. married
C. mixed
D. formed
III.Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.
The American family unit is in the process of change. In the first half of the 20 th century,
there were mainly two types of families: the extended and the nuclear. An extended family
includes mother, father, children and some other relatives, living in the same house. A nuclear
family is composed of just parents and children living under the same roof.
As the American economy had progressed from agricultural to industrial one, people were
forced to move to different parts of the country to get good jobs. These jobs were mainly in
the large cities. Now, in fact, three-quarters of Americans live in urban areas which occupy

2.5% of the national total land mass. Of the 118 million in the labour force, only 3 million
still work on the farm.
Since moving for better jobs has often divided the extended family, the nuclear family
became more popular. At present, 55% of the families in the US are nuclear families. But
besides the two types of traditional family groupings, the family is now being expanded to
include a variety of other living arrangements because of divorce. There is an increase in
single-parent families, in which a father or mother lives with one or more children. Divorce
has also led to blended families, which occur when previously married men and women
marry again and combine the children from former marriage into a new family. There are also
some couples who do not want to have children to form two-person childless families.
1. A nuclear family is one that
A. consists of father, mother, and children living in the same house
B. relatives live with
C. there are only grandparents, parents and their children living in
D. is bigger than extended family
2. The expression “under the same roof” means
A. a house with one roof
B. a house with the roof the same as the wall
C. in the same building
D. under the house
3. The nuclear family becomes more popular because of
A. more divorces
B. the division of the extended family
C. fewer jobs in big cities
D. an increase in single-parent families
4. How many types of families have there been in the US since the first half of the 20 th
A. Two
B. Three
C. Four
D. Five
5. A blended family is a newly-formed family
A. with the combination of children of the two previously married father and mother
B. that has only father or mother living with children
C. in which there are no children
D. that there is only one couple living in with their newborn children
IV. Read the passage carefully, and do the tasks that follow.

The Role of the Japanese Mother
The focus of the mother is her home and family, with particular attention to the rearing of
children. While most Japanese believe that a woman's place is in the home, women make up
almost 40 percent of the labor force. More than half of these women are married. Many
mothers with small children work only part-time so they can be home when their children are
not in school. The extra income earned by the mother is often used to meet the cost of their
children's education.
Japanese mothers take the responsibility of their child's education and upbringing very
seriously. They seldom confront their preschool children because they want to foster an
intimate, dependent relationship. The purpose of this approach is to get the child to obey
willingly with the mother’s wishes and to shape the child's behavior over a long period of
time. The close nature of the mother-child relationship and the strong parental commitment
help to provide a strong foundation for the child's entry into elementary school.
Mothers are involved directly in with the child's school. Each day a notebook is sent back
and forth between mother and teacher remarking on the child's mood, behavior, health, and
activities both in school and at home. Mothers attend PTA meetings usually twice a month

and are involved with school committee's working on special projects such as gardening and
hot lunch preparation. School is a very stressful and competitive process so the Japanese
mother concentrates all her efforts on getting her children through so they can get accepted
into the appropriate universities.
Task 1: Match a word in column A with its definition in column B, writing the answer in
each blank.

1. rearing
2. foster
3. intimate
4. commitment
5. remarking

A. encourage something to develop
B. giving an opinion or thought
C. a promise to support someone or something
D. the practice of looking after children until they’re old enough
E. having a close relationship

Task 2: Read the passage, and then decide whether the statements are true (T) or false (F).
6. Most Japanese women are housewives.

7. Taking care of children and bringing them up are of great importance to

Japanese mothers.
8. Japanese mothers tend to be very strict to their children at home.

9. Japanese mothers and teachers work together for the children's study

progress and comfort at school.
10. The Japanese mother concentrates all her efforts on getting her children

through, so the atmosphere at home is very stressful.
Rearrange the sentences in order to make a meaningful conversation, writing the letter
(A-H) in each blank.
1. _____ A. Nam: It’s not only for our mother's benefits but it also makes us more
independent when we have grown up.
2. _____ B. Nam: Besides cleaning and cooking, my mother also does a lot of other things
around the house although she goes to work.
3. _____ C. Nam: I agree with that saying. All of us take it for granted that our mother is
responsible for doing all the housework.
4. _____ D. Nam: Besides the relationship, we enjoy a friendlier atmosphere in our home
all the time when we attend to each other.
5. _____ E. Mai: So does my mother. My father, my brother and I try to share the burden
so that my mother can follow her own interests.
6. _____ F. Mai: I’ve just read a saying about household chores, Nam. It’s “Housework is
what a woman does that nobody notices unless she hasn't done it.”
7. _____ G. Mai: It’s very useful for our future life. And I think we will have better
relationship when we share household chores with one another.
8. _____ H. Mai: Yeah, when we come home from school, our house is clean and tidy and
lunch or dinner is ready for us to eat.

Write complete sentences using the words/ phrases given in their correct forms. You can
add some more necessary words, but you have to use all the words given.
1. Young people/ want/ love/ support/ encouragement/ nurture/ attention/ their parents.
2. Teenagers/ need/ “helpful attention”/ rather/ protective attention.
3. Helpful attention/ mean/ parents/ be interested/ who/ the children/ be/ and/ what/ they/ do.
4. Parents/ try/ listen/ their children/ although/ it/ sometimes inconvenient.
5. Parents/ encourage/ children/ learn/ their mistakes/ rather/ show them/ how/ do it.
6. Teenagers/ would like/ be on/ their mobile phones or computer/ playing games/
communicating/ their friends.
7. They/ also want/ spend time/ together/ their parents.
8. They/ spend time/ sitting around the table/ have dinner/ watching TV as a family/ going
out with the parents.
9. Teenagers/ tend/ make their own decisions/ although/ they/ not have much experience.
10. Parents/ share experience/ their children/ so that/ they/ not make wrong decisions.


Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.
A. take
B. family
C. grateful
D. table
A. nursing
B. nurture
C. turn
D. future
A. society
B. sociable
C. groceries
D. finance

II. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.
4. A. breadwinner
B. homemaker
C. washing-up
D. equally
5. A. routine
B. laundry
C. household
D. finance
III.Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.
6. Do you have to do
A. the mess
B. your bed
C. the washing-up
D. the cook
7. Do you have to
the rubbish out?.
A. take
B. make
C. empty
D. do
8. My mother
the responsibility for running the household.
A. holds
B. takes
C. runs
D. bears
9. We share the house with our grandparents and our uncle’s family. It is a(n)
A. nuclear
B. extended
C. crowded
D. multi-generation
10. Are you free on Sunday evening? I’d like to
to the cinema?
A. ask you
B. ask out you
C. ask you out
D. ask you away
11. My mother is very good at
her time between work and family.
A. leaving
B. splitting
C. sharing
D. taking
12. When a couple can
chores in a way that both spouses feel satisfied with the
outcome, they are showing mutual respect for one another.
A. cut
B. run
C. take
D. divide
13. The children, all three, have done
, mopped, dusted, helped on the house
and in the yard.
A. laundry
B. clothes
C. groceries
D. rubbish
14. Our parents
hands to provide for the family and make it happy.
A. were joining
B. are always joining C. join
D. joins
15. My grandparents
with my family at present and my grandmother
how to cook several traditional Vietnamese dishes.
A. stay - instructs
B. stay - is instructing
C. are staying - instructs
D. are staying - is instructing
IV. Fill in each blank with the correct word/phrase from the box.

heavy lifting


16. If your partner has agreed to buy the
meals and make the shopping list.



, you might plan the week’s

17. We should pay attention to the conditions that
and strengthen early
childhood development and health across the life course.
18. Past studies have shown that couples who
household chores report
feeling happier overall.
19. Couples who share
at home are happier overall.
20. It takes a housewife a lot of time to
clothes for the household.
21. I have watched my husband and children take over much of my role as a
22. The husband replaces the light bulbs while the wife does the
23. Nowadays in nuclear families, homemaker and
roles have evolved into
something that makes it impossible to define exactly.
24. Many couples find that they look at the division of
25. Men and boys do most of the
in the family.
V. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best tits the blank space in the
following passage.

Working Mothers
In the United States today, more than half of mothers with young
children work, compared to about one third (26)
Women have been moving into the workforce not only for career (27)
but also for the income.
In many families today, mothers continue to work because they
have careers that they have spent years (28) . Some women (29)
to work soon after
birth because they know that most employers are not sympathetic to working mothers
who wish to take time off to be with their young children.
Some people still think that a “good mother” is one who (31)
work to stay
home with her children. However, no scientific evidence says children are harmed when their
mothers work. A child who is emotionally well adjusted, well loved, and well cared for will
thrive regardless of (32)
the mother works outside the home.
In most families with working mothers, each person (33)
a more active role
in the household. The children tend to (34)
one another and help in other ways. The
father as a (35)
is more likely to help with household chores and child rearing. These
positive outcomes are most likely when the working mother feels valued and supported by
family, friends, and coworkers.
26. A. in
B. in the
C. at
D. at the
27. A. enjoy
B. satisfy
C. satisfaction
D. pleasant
28. A. develop
B. to develop
C. developing
D. developed
29. A. return
B. turn
C. happen again
D. exchange
30. A. producing
B. making
C. taking
D. giving
31. A. gives up
B. stop
C. end
D. puts up
32. A. where
B. when
C. how
D. whether
33. A. plays
B. does
C. makes
D. takes
34. A. look at
B. look after
C. look for
D. look up
35. A. bread
B. breadwinning
C. breadstick
D. breadwinner
VI. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.

Home Life in Japan

It is common in Japan for three generations to live under the
same roof. This is becoming less common today, but still exists,
certainly in the countryside.
Husbands in Japan give their salaries to their wives. They are
returned a sum of money as pocket money, otherwise how to use the
rest is the wife's decision. The finances of a family are the
responsibility of the women who handle most of the household expenses. There are
exceptions in instances when something of value, like a car, is being bought. This is changing
with more women going to work.
Japanese fathers in contemporary urban households spend so much time at work, and the
company demands on them are so great. It means that they often really have very little time
or energy to spend with their children. The responsibility for raising children, overseeing the
education fall onto the mothers. Mothers play an enormous role in the lives of their children
and the bond is very strong. Babysitters are rarely used and mothers often sleep with their
babies. A mother will also spend hours with children doing school work. Few Japanese men
help with housework. There is more pressure today for this to change.
Most families in Japan today are nuclear families, such as those in the United States. That
is to say that a married couple lives together with their children, perhaps with one
grandparent. But for the most part, the Japanese family today looks much like the American
36. In Japan, extended families are still popular
A. in big cities
B. in the countryside C. everywhere
D. in urban areas
37. A Japanese woman is responsible for all of these EXCEPT
A. raising children
B. handle household expenses
C. making decisions on very valuable things D. taking care of children's school work
38. Japanese fathers in contemporary urban households
A. are under great pressure of work
B. are responsible for most household
C. handle most of the household expenses
D. stay at home to work as babysitters
39. Nowadays there is a pressure that men should
A. earn more money
B. help their wives with housework
C. leave important decisions to their wives
D. work harder at work
40. Most families in Japan nowadays may be
A. extended families
B. three-generation families
C. the same as the traditional ones
D. similar to those in the Western
VII. Complete the conversation, using the sentences (A-F) given. There is one sentence
that you do not need.
A. It’s hard work, and it may hurt your back.
B. I can do it in my free time.
C. I do the laundry, fold the clothes after doing the laundry, and iron the clothes.
D. I hate ironing most.
E. I don’t mind cooking.
F. I love eating, and I think it’s one of the most important skills in my life later.
Anna: What household chores do you do to help your parents?
Mai: (41)_____________________________________________________________________
Sometimes I help to cook dinner.


Which of the chores do you like doing the most?
What do you like about it?
Which of the chores do you dislike the most?
Can you give the reason for that?

VIII. Write complete sentences using the words/ phrases given in their correct forms.
You can add some more necessary words, but you have to use all the words given.
46. Family members/ divide/ household chores/ based/ who/ better/ doing them.
47. For example/ the wife/ cook/ dinner/ and then/ the husband/ clean/ kitchen.
48. We also/ divide chores/ based/ consideration/ love.
49. The one/ who/ arrive/ home earlier/ cook the meal/ and the others/ lay/ table/ or do/
washing up.
50. Parents/ train/ children/ help with housework/ and/ most cases/ they/ willing/ give a hand.


Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.
A. heavy
B. breadwinner
C. cleaning
D. breakfast
A. many
B. prepare
C. parent
D. share
A. laundry
B. iron
C. ingredient
D. cream

II. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.
4. A. enormous
B. extended
C. ungrateful
D. elderly
5. A. vulnerable
B. psychologist
C. society
D. responsible
III.Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.
6. My responsibility is to wash the dishes and
the rubbish.
A. take up
B. get out
C. get up
D. take out
7. The father typically works outside the home while the mother is
duties such as homemaking and raising children.
A. suitable for
B. capable of
C. responsible for
D. aware of
8. When both our parents go on business, our next-door neighbours come and
with the cooking.
A. help out
B. help us out
C. help out us
D. help us in
9. A healthy
between work and play ensures that everyone has a chance to enjoy
their lives.
A. balance
B. equality
C. share
D. control
10. One of the ways we
our teenager’s needs as parents is by giving them
A. watch
B. solve
C. share
D. meet
11. Our parents needn’t ask us
our rooms. We do it every day.
A. tidy up
B. to tidy up
C. tidying up
D. tidy
12. My brother and I
to clean the toilets and take out the rubbish.
A. takes turn
B. take turn
C. takes turns
D. take turns
13. My mother gets annoyed with my younger brother because he
his dirty clothes
over the floor.
A. always throws
B. is throwing
C. is always throwing D. is going to throw
14. Mrs Hang likes wearing casual clothes, but today she
“ao dai”.
A. wears
B. is wearing
C. takes off
D. is taking off
15. It’s nearly midnight, but our upstairs neighbours
karaoke loudly.
A. are singing
B. have sung
C. sing
D. should sing
IV. Fill in each blank with the correct word from the box.
household chores





16. Family members should develop a plan together to
more fairly.
17. Some husbands may view
as woman's work and not manly.
18. A
is a person who works at home and takes care of the house and family.

19. My sister can wash clothes but she can’t
even a baby’s handkerchief.
are food and other goods sold at a supermarket.
21. In order to become a waiter in a restaurant, you have to learn how to
table for a formal dinner party.
22. Traditionally parents regard their most important
as training their
23. Vietnamese tend to live together in extended families rather than
24. A Vietnamese proverb says, “If the father or mother lacks or fails, children are always
for by an aunt or uncle”.
25. A typical
family often includes three or even four generations,
and typically consisting of grandparents, father and mother, children, and grandchildren,
all living under the same roof.
V. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the
following passage.
It is a common belief in Britain that nowadays men do more housework than they did in
generations. But is this really so? A recent survey has (27)
interesting discoveries. When men help out, they enjoy cooking and shopping but most are
to do the washing. A quarter of men think that women are better suitable for (29)
after the home than men and 19% admit to making no (30)
to housework.
The average man says that he does a third of the housework, (31)
average woman says she does three-quarters of it, so someone isn’t (32)
the truth!
It was impossible to find any men who shared housework (33)
partners. Perhaps it isn’t so (34)
that there are some politicians who want a new
law forcing men to do
their (35)
26. A. old
B. last
C. first
D. previous
27. A. made
B. given
C. done
D. found
28. A. willing
B. unwilling
C. interested
D. uninterested
29. A. taking
B. seeing
C. watching
D. looking
30. A. part
B. help
C. share
D. contribution
31. A. so
B. because
C. while
D. therefore
32. A. telling
B. saying
C. speaking
D. talking
33. A. equal
B. equally
C. same
D. the same
34. A. surprise
B. surprises
C. surprising
D. surprised
35. A. part
B. role
C. share
D. condition
VI. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.

Building positive family relationships
The ordinary, everyday things that families do together can help build
strong relationships with teenagers. Regular family meals are a great chance
for everyone to chat about their day, or about interesting things that are going
on or coming up. If parents encourage everyone to have a say, no one will feel
they’re being put on the spot to talk. Also, many families find that meals are
more enjoyable when the TV isn’t turned on!

We should all take turns choosing outdoor activities for our families. A relaxing holiday
or weekend away together as a family can also build togetherness.
One-on-one time with the child gives the parents the chance to stay connected and enjoy
each other’s company. It can also be a chance to share thoughts and feelings.
Parents should celebrate the child’s accomplishments, share his disappointments, and
show interest in his hobbies. Sometimes it’s just a matter of showing up to watch the child
play sport or music, or giving him a lift to extracurricular activities.
Family traditions, routines and rituals can help parents and their children set aside regular
dates and special times. For example, we might have a movie night together, a favourite meal
or cooking session on a particular night, a family games afternoon or an evening walk
Agreed household responsibilities give kids of all ages the sense that they’re making an
important contribution to family life. These could be things like chores, shopping or helping
older or younger members of the family.
36. Regular family meals are a great chance for everyone
A. to have an opportunity share their daily activities
B. to talk about TV programmes during the meal
C. to have the spot to talk about
D. to talk about interesting things that are coming soon
37. The following things are true about outdoor activities for our families EXCEPT
A. all family members try to find out suitable activities
B. they should be held on holidays or at weekends
C. they offer a chance to share secret thoughts and feelings
D. they offer the pleasant feeling of being united
38. Parents can show their attention to their child by all these things EXCEPT
A. watching the child play sport or music
B. giving him a lift to extracurricular activities
C. having a movie night together
D. setting aside regular dates to do housework
39. Children who share household chores with their parents will
A. enjoy each other’s company
B. make the family life better
C. be given a chance to do extracurricular activities
D. have a family games afternoon or an evening walk together
40. The main idea of the passage is
A. to give advice on staying connected and enjoying each other’s company
B. how to share household chores between family members
C. to offer pieces of advice to improve family relationships
D. the important role of family traditions, routines and rituals
VII. Complete the conversation, using the responses (A-F) given. There is an extra one.
A. Nowadays more and more men are willing to give a hand to household chores around
the house.
B. Yes, last but not least, we should be flexible and allow the other members to finish the
tasks in his or her own way.
C. Well, we should also make a list of the chores that each of us absolutely hates to do.

D. All the members of the family should sit down together and make a list of household
E. Try to discover the reasons why there is such delay. Maybe the husband may view
household chores as women’s work and not manly.
F. Or we could do the chore together, as a team.
Mrs Lan:
Mrs Hang:
Mrs Lan:
Mrs Hang:
Mrs Lan:
Mrs Hang:
Mrs Lan:
Mrs Hang:
Mrs Lan:
Mrs Hang:

What should we do first to share the household chores?
A list of the items we have to do around the house. But there are the chores
that somebody hates to do.
What one hates, others may be able to tolerate.
What will we do if all of us hate the same chore?
Perhaps we should think of a way to compromise in getting this particular
unpleasant task done. (43)______________________________________________
I think it works in practice. If one member doesn't do his or her share of the
work around the house, how can we deal with the matter?
Is there anything else we should take notice of when sharing housework?
If having the clothes folded in a certain way is important to you, then you fold

VIII. Write complete sentences using the words/ phrases given in their correct forms.
You can add some more necessary words, but you have to use all the words given.
46. Teenagers/ need/ love and support/ their parents/ when they face/ many changes/ their
47. For teenagers/ parents and families/ a source/ care/ emotional support.
48. Families/ teenagers/ practical, financial and material help.
49. Teenagers/ also going through/ rapid physical changes.
50. Supporting each other/ be important/ them/ get through these challenges.

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