English THCS Read the text below and complete the gaps. Use only one word in each gap.

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Read the text below and complete the gaps. Use only one word in each gap.
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It’s a standing joke that most university students invariably have nearly empty bank accounts! If you are
(1)………………….. age of 17 or 18, you probably don’t have a keen sense of money management. Plus,
university years are full (2)…………………..enticing activities that require money: get involved in this book
society; go on that trip or the other concert and whatnot. So, (3)………………. surprisingly, it’s only the first
week of the month and you are broke. Again. Well, it doesn’t have to be this way. There are a zillion ways to
put money (4) ……………….while on campus. The (5)………………. readily available solution is to get a
part-time job. More and (6)……………….students now occupy positions on every campus and in (7)
………………cases the money is not bad; not to mention.you don’t have to commute. Another alternative is to
buy used books (8)……………….of brand new ones and sell your old books as well. Most student unions
organise regular bazaars, where you can sell things you don’t need; CDs, video games, even used clothes.
Remember: one man’s trash is (9)……………….man’s treasure! The bottom line is either earn more or spend
(10)………………. This means that you have to cut down on unnecessary costs.
(11) ……………….you change your big-spender habits, there is no point in striving to make an extra
income. So, keep track of your expenses, everything from supermarket shopping to transport and
entertainment. Ask yourself questions like: Do I really need that expensive All about Hairstyles magazine
subscription? (12) ………………… the answer is no, you are on the right track.
 

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Read the text below and complete the gaps. Use only one word in each gap.
Broken again
It’s a standing joke that most university students invariably have nearly empty bank accounts! If you are
(1)………………….. age of 17 or 18, you probably don’t have a keen sense of money management. Plus,
university years are full (2)…………………..enticing activities that require money: get involved in this book
society; go on that trip or the other concert and whatnot. So, (3)………………. surprisingly, it’s only the first
week of the month and you are broke. Again. Well, it doesn’t have to be this way. There are a zillion ways to
put money (4) ……………….while on campus. The (5)………………. readily available solution is to get a
part-time job. More and (6)……………….students now occupy positions on every campus and in (7)
………………cases the money is not bad; not to mention.you don’t have to commute. Another alternative is to
buy used books (8)……………….of brand new ones and sell your old books as well. Most student unions
organise regular bazaars, where you can sell things you don’t need; CDs, video games, even used clothes.
Remember: one man’s trash is (9)……………….man’s treasure! The bottom line is either earn more or spend
(10)………………. This means that you have to cut down on unnecessary costs.
(11) ……………….you change your big-spender habits, there is no point in striving to make an extra
income. So, keep track of your expenses, everything from supermarket shopping to transport and
entertainment. Ask yourself questions like: Do I really need that expensive All about Hairstyles magazine
subscription? (12) ………………… the answer is no, you are on the right track.
It’s a standing joke that most university students invariably have nearly empty bank accounts! If you are
(1)………at(câu này bạn check xem có thiếu "the" không nhé, thường thì phải có)………….. age of 17 or 18(ở tuổi 17,18), you probably don’t have a keen sense of money management. Plus,
university years are full (2)………of…………..(đầy rẫy )enticing activities that require money: get involved in this book
society; go on that trip or the other concert and whatnot. So, (3)…………not……. surprisingly, it’s only the first
week of the month and you are broke. Again. Well, it doesn’t have to be this way. There are a zillion ways to
put money (4) ……aside…………(để dành tiền).while on campus. The (5)……most…………. readily available solution is to get a
part-time job. More and (6)…more…………….students now occupy positions on every campus and in (7)
……most…………cases the money is not bad; not to mention.you don’t have to commute. Another alternative is to
buy used books (8)……instead………….of(thay vì) brand new ones and sell your old books as well. Most student unions
organise regular bazaars, where you can sell things you don’t need; CDs, video games, even used clothes.
Remember: one man’s trash is (9)……other………….man’s treasure! The bottom line is either earn more or spend
(10)……less…………. This means that you have to cut down on unnecessary costs.
(11) ……Unless………….(trừ khi)you change your big-spender habits, there is no point in striving to make an extra
income. So, keep track of your expenses, everything from supermarket shopping to transport and
entertainment. Ask yourself questions like: Do I really need that expensive All about Hairstyles magazine
subscription? (12) ……If…………… the answer is no, you are on the right track.
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