English THCS : Choose the appropriate heading for each paragraph of the text above from the list below

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  1. tudu._.1995

    tudu._.1995 Học sinh chăm học Thành viên

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    List of Headings

    i. Time for a change?
    ii. Social impact
    iii. Management decisions
    iv. Flexibility of technology
    v. Wasted time on the road

    vi. Technology keeping us at home
    vii. Benefits of all
    viii. Business in the workplace
    ix. Keeping it clean
    x. The best of both worlds
    1. Paragraph A: ………………
    2. Paragraph B: ………………
    3. Paragraph C: ………………
    4. Paragraph D: ………………
    5. Paragraph E: ………………
    WORKING FROM HOME
    A. Can you feel your anxiety and stress levels increasing every time you get caught in a traffic jam? Do you find it difficult to control your tongue when your boss points out your shortcomings yet again? Do you yearn for state-of-the-art technology in your home that you haven’t had to pay for? If you are shouting an enthusiastic “Yes!” in answer to these questions, then it could be time to make a career and life change that may not even require you to quit your job. Just suggest to your boss that you wish to become one of the new breed of executives whose office is based at home.
    B. Working from home is a relatively new phenomenon, but is becoming an increasingly popular option with both businesses and employees. The technology available to us means that we no longer need to be in the same office building as our colleagues to communicate effectively with each other. E-mail, video conferencing, mobile telephones and more, mean that we can do business just as efficiently, regardless of our location.
    C. Companies may choose to employ a proportion of their staff as home-based workers, as, of course, a workforce set up in such a way requires far less office space and fewer parking facilities. The fixed costs of a business can be dramatically reduced. Employees can enjoy the added benefits of freedom to schedule the day as they choose and freedom to spend more time at home with their families.
    D. We can even go so far as to say that the working-from-home phenomenon could be one of the answers to the pollution problems which the modern world has inflicted upon itself. Fewer people travelling to work every day equals fewer cars. Fewer cars, of course, equates to lower CO2 levels in the atmosphere.
    E. But what are the drawbacks to working at home? For many of us, work is a means of escaping our nearest and dearest and making our own mark on the world. The relationships we have with our colleagues are a significant part of our life - after all, full-time workers spend a third of their day in their workplace. Some people who work from home feel that they are actually much more productive and can get tasks done in a much shorter time than in an office environment. Others, however, may be demotivated by the isolation and find it difficult to get down to tasks which have a more intangible deadline.
    F. As with most aspects of life, a balance is probably the best solution for the majority of workers – a job based at home which requires regular contact with colleagues at regular meetings. Management surveys show that successful business is easier if we operate as a team: brainstorming and sharing ideas and offering support and motivation to each other. After all, we are only human and we need others to complain to if we have a bad day at work!
     
  2. Một Nửa Của Sự Thật

    Một Nửa Của Sự Thật Phụ trách nhóm Anh Cu li diễn đàn

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    List of Headings
    i. Time for a change? A
    ii. Social impact E(Câu này ko chắc, ý không rõ)
    iii. Management decisions
    iv. Flexibility of technology B
    v. Wasted time on the road
    vi. Technology keeping us at home
    vii. Benefits of all C
    viii. Business in the workplace
    ix. Keeping it clean D
    x. The best of both worlds
    1. Paragraph A: ………………
    2. Paragraph B: ………………
    3. Paragraph C: ………………
    4. Paragraph D: ………………
    5. Paragraph E: ………………
    WORKING FROM HOME
    A. Can you feel your anxiety and stress levels increasing every time you get caught in a traffic jam? Do you find it difficult to control your tongue when your boss points out your shortcomings yet again? Do you yearn for state-of-the-art technology in your home that you haven’t had to pay for? If you are shouting an enthusiastic “Yes!” in answer to these questions, then it could be time to make a career and life change that may not even require you to quit your job. Just suggest to your boss that you wish to become one of the new breed of executives whose office is based at home.
    B. Working from home is a relatively new phenomenon, but is becoming an increasingly popular option with both businesses and employees. The technology available to us means that we no longer need to be in the same office building as our colleagues to communicate effectively with each other. E-mail, video conferencing, mobile telephones and more, mean that we can do business just as efficiently, regardless of our location. flexibility = the quality of being able to change or be changed easily according to the situation
    C. Companies may choose to employ a proportion of their staff as home-based workers, as, of course, a workforce set up in such a way requires far less office space and fewer parking facilities. The fixed costs of a business can be dramatically reduced. Employees can enjoy the added benefits of freedom to schedule the day as they choose and freedom to spend more time at home with their families.
    D. We can even go so far as to say that the working-from-home phenomenon could be one of the answers to the pollution problems which the modern world has inflicted upon itself. Fewer people travelling to work every day equals fewer cars. Fewer cars, of course, equates to lower CO2 levels in the atmosphere.
    E. But what are the drawbacks to working at home? For many of us, work is a means of escaping our nearest and dearest and making our own mark on the world. The relationships we have with our colleagues are a significant part of our life - after all, full-time workers spend a third of their day in their workplace. Some people who work from home feel that they are actually much more productive and can get tasks done in a much shorter time than in an office environment. Others, however, may be demotivated by the isolation and find it difficult to get down to tasks which have a more intangible deadline.
    F. As with most aspects of life, a balance is probably the best solution for the majority of workers – a job based at home which requires regular contact with colleagues at regular meetings. Management surveys show that successful business is easier if we operate as a team: brainstorming and sharing ideas and offering support and motivation to each other. After all, we are only human and we need others to complain to if we have a bad day at work!
     
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