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Thảo luận trong 'Hỏi bài tiếng Anh lớp 10' bắt đầu bởi Tư Âm Diệp Ẩn, 27 Tháng mười hai 2019.

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  1. Tư Âm Diệp Ẩn

    Tư Âm Diệp Ẩn Học sinh tiến bộ Thành viên HV CLB Hóa học vui HV CLB Hội họa Hội viên CLB Ngôn từ

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    Sở hữu bí kíp ĐỖ ĐẠI HỌC ít nhất 24đ - Đặt chỗ ngay!

    Đọc sách & cùng chia sẻ cảm nhận về sách số 2


    Chào bạn mới. Bạn hãy đăng nhập và hỗ trợ thành viên môn học bạn học tốt. Cộng đồng sẽ hỗ trợ bạn CHÂN THÀNH khi bạn cần trợ giúp. Đừng chỉ nghĩ cho riêng mình. Hãy cho đi để cuộc sống này ý nghĩa hơn bạn nhé. Yêu thương!

    Giải thích giúp mình bài này với, dù có đáp án nhưng mk đọc ko hiểu lắm


    You are going to read a newspaper article about climbing. Choose from the list A-I the most suitable heading for each part (1-7) of the article. There is one extra heading which you do not need to use. There is an example at the beginning (0).
    Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.
    A.Early imperfections
    B Something in common
    C The demand for indoor
    D Useful attachments
    E Indoor climbing is preferred
    F The inventor of the wall
    G Putting up with nature
    H A lighter construction method
    I Watching the except


    Going up the wall

    Once climbers went to the mountains. Now a challenging climb can be had anywhere, indoors or out.
    0I
    The crowd holds its breath. High above them on climbing wall, hanging upside down by the tips two fingers, is the French climber François Lombard. He is competing in the World Cup Climbing Championships at Birmingham’s National Indoor Arena.
    1
    The National Indoor Arena is more famous for staging the TV show Gladiators, but the television programme and the World Cup Climbing Championships share at least one feature -The Wall. And the fact that either event is possible is the result of a new and rapidly developing technology.
    2
    Until the mid-1960s, climbers practised their skills on cliffs in areas where there was a plentiful supplys of good climbing angles. During the winter they would tolerate the cold weather, go walking instead or climb on snow and ice in Scotland.
    3
    However, as the sport developed it was increasingly important for top climbers to keep fit. With the cliffs unusable for much of the year, they used brick-edges or stone buildings to ‘work out’ on. This allowed them to keep their fingers strong, and beat off the boredom of not being able to climb. It wasn’t long before many sports centres started building walls specifically for the task, using bricks with special edges to cling on to.
    4
    Many of these early walls followed the example set by Don Robinson, a teacher of physical education who, during the mid-1960s, constructed a climbing wall in a corridor of his department at Leeds University. Robinson developed the idea of setting natural rock in a block of concrete, which could then be included in a wall.
    5
    Scores of climbing walls of this kind were built in sports halls up and down the country throughout the 1970s but they had obvious design problems. Walls could only be built in a vertical plane, whereas cliffs outside have features like overhangs and angled slabs of rock. There was the added drawback that once the walls were up they couldn’t be altered and climbers would eventually tire of their repetitive nature, despite thinking of every combination of holds possible.
    6
    In 1985, a Frenchman, François Savigny, developed a material which he moulded into shapes like those that climbers would find on the cliffs. These could be fixed onto any existing wall and then taken off when climbers got bored with a particular combination.
    7
    French manufacturers also began to experiment with panels on a steel framework. Concrete had proved too heavy to create overhanging walls without major building work, but steel frames could be erected anywhere as free-standing structures. A system of interchangeable fixtures gave climbers an endless supply of new holds.
    Đáp án: B-G- C-F-A-C-H
    @Phạm Dương @Tuấn Anh Phan Nguyễn @jehinguyen .....
     
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  2. Tuấn Anh Phan Nguyễn

    Tuấn Anh Phan Nguyễn Á quân kiên cường WC 2018 Thành viên

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    Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.
    A.Early imperfections
    B Something in common
    C The demand for indoor
    D Useful attachments
    E Indoor climbing is preferred
    F The inventor of the wall
    G Putting up with nature
    H A lighter construction method
    I Watching the except

    Once climbers went to the mountains. Now a challenging climb can be had anywhere, indoors or out.
    0I
    The crowd holds its breath. High above them on climbing wall, hanging upside down by the tips two fingers, is the French climber François Lombard. He is competing in the World Cup Climbing Championships at Birmingham’s National Indoor Arena.
    1B
    The National Indoor Arena is more famous for staging the TV show Gladiators, but the television programme and the World Cup Climbing Championships share at least one feature -The Wall. And the fact that either event is possible is the result of a new and rapidly developing technology.
    share one feature = have one thing in common: giống nhau về một điều gì đó.
    2G
    Until the mid-1960s, climbers practised their skills on cliffs in areas where there was a plentiful supplys of good climbing angles. During the winter they would tolerate the cold weather, go walking instead or climb on snow and ice in Scotland.
    tolerate = put up with: chịu đựng, không phàn nàn
    3C
    However, as the sport developed it was increasingly important for top climbers to keep fit. With the cliffs unusable for much of the year, they used brick-edges or stone buildings to ‘work out’ on. This allowed them to keep their fingers strong, and beat off the boredom of not being able to climb. It wasn’t long before many sports centres started building walls specifically for the task, using bricks with special edges to cling on to.
    nhu cầu giữ vóc dáng cho các cuộc thi + các vách đá không sử dụng được hầu như cả năm >>> họ phải dùng những thứ khác nhau có tác dụng tập luyện >>> các trung tâm thể thao xây dựng những tường vách có tác dụng cho việc này
    4F
    Many of these early walls followed the example set by Don Robinson, a teacher of physical education who, during the mid-1960s, constructed a climbing wall in a corridor of his department at Leeds University. Robinson developed the idea of setting natural rock in a block of concrete, which could then be included in a wall.
    5A
    Scores of climbing walls of this kind were built in sports halls up and down the country throughout the 1970s but they had obvious design problems. Walls could only be built in a vertical plane, whereas cliffs outside have features like overhangs and angled slabs of rock. There was the added drawback that once the walls were up they couldn’t be altered and climbers would eventually tire of their repetitive nature, despite thinking of every combination of holds possible.
    - plane: mặt phẳng
    - overhangs: phần nhô ra
    - angled slabs of rock: các phiến đá góc cạnh
    - alter: thay thế
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    6(theo mình câu này là I)
    In 1985, a Frenchman, François Savigny, developed a material which he moulded into shapes like those that climbers would find on the cliffs. These could be fixed onto any existing wall and then taken off when climbers got bored with a particular combination.
    7H
    French manufacturers also began to experiment with panels on a steel framework. Concrete had proved too heavy to create overhanging walls without major building work, but steel frames could be erected (= constructed) anywhere as free-standing structures. A system of interchangeable fixtures gave climbers an endless supply of new holds.
    Đáp án: B-G- C-F-A-C-H
     
  3. Tư Âm Diệp Ẩn

    Tư Âm Diệp Ẩn Học sinh tiến bộ Thành viên HV CLB Hóa học vui HV CLB Hội họa Hội viên CLB Ngôn từ

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    cho mk xin lỗi, câu 6 đáp án là D. lúc gõ mình nhầm.:D
    mấy bài này cách làm chung là gì vậy ak, mình ngu mấy bài kiểu này lắm :(
     
  4. Khánh Hồ Bá

    Khánh Hồ Bá Học sinh chăm học Thành viên

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    Bạn lấy bài tập này ở trong sách FCE phải không ạ,vậy phiền bạn cho mình học ở quyển mấy ạ ?
    Mình cảm ơn
     
  5. Tư Âm Diệp Ẩn

    Tư Âm Diệp Ẩn Học sinh tiến bộ Thành viên HV CLB Hóa học vui HV CLB Hội họa Hội viên CLB Ngôn từ

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    mình làm bài này trong một tờ đề thi hsg khu vực mở rộng. FCE thì mình không biết
     
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