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Listen bellow audio and answer next 4 questions.
1. They are discussing ——– .
2. Sergio Mendes is playing at ——- .
3. The early show is at ———— .
4. They both want to see ——– .
Listen bellow audio and answer next 3 questions.
1. The woman is telling the man about ———.
2. The man asks the woman about —— .
7. The disaster was ——— .
Listen bellow audio and answer next 3 questions. :
1. According to the listening, Gandhi fasted ——- .
9. In 1948, Gandhi stopped eating for ——— .
3. Gandhi’s assassin ——– .
Read the article bellow and answer next 5 questions.
To communicate well with people of other countries, you must learn to speak well, right?
Yes, but speaking isn’t everything. Some experts say only thirty percent of communication comes from talking. Your gestures and other non-verbal actions matter, too.
But in different cultures, the same action can have different meanings. When you have to meet someone
from a different culture, be prepared. Do you know what kind of gestures and customs are appropriate?
Let’s look at shaking hands. North Americans like a firm handshake. But the French prefer a light, short handshake. If you shake a French person’s hand the North American way, he or she may not like it.
People in Eastern European countries and some Latino
cultures prefer shorter handshakes, too. Hugging after shaking hands is also a common introduction there. Don’t be surprised if a Brazilian gives you a
hug. If you misinterpret gestures of introduction, your friendship may get
off on the wrong foot !
Everyone around the world knows the “OK” hand gesture, don’t they? But in Spain, parts of South America, and Eastern Europe, the OK sign is
considered rude. And if you go shopping in Japan, it means you’d like your change in coins instead of bills. In France, making the OK sign means “zero” or
that something is worthless. So check before you use the OK sign to be sure it’s OK!
Understanding even a few key gestures from different cultures can make you a better communicator. So next time you travel, try being culturally sensitive.
Find out the local gesture and let your body talk.
1. Seventy percent of communication comes ———– from .
2. ———— prefer a firm handshake.
3. According to the article, ———- .
4. If your friendship “gets off on the wrong foot,” it ———— .
5. The author advises that visitors to other countries should ———– .
A: What’s your typical week like?
A: So, what are you doing on Saturday?
A: Would you like chicken or fish?
A: Where were you last night?
A: I broke my arm.
A: Let’s go shopping.
A: Could you please close the window?
A: What do you like to do in your free time?
She doesn’t have a computer at home. She ————– at work.
Today is Monday. The day after tomorrow is —————-
It’s 10:00 A.M. I’m meeting Allyson at 3:00 P.M. We’re meeting ———- .
I’d like something to drink. Could you get me some ——- ?
Are you going shopping? We need a ———– of bread.
It’s September. William’s birthday was two months ago. His birthday was in ———- .
The shower is in the ———- .
Alex’s hair isn’t curly. It’s — .
Robert ————- right now.
When my wife is late for work, she ———- on her makeup in the car.
I ———– my sister yesterday, but she wasn’t there.
If she ———– home, she’s going to relax.
A: Excuse me. I’m looking for the Beekman Gallery.
A: Tell me something about your family.
B: Sure. ———-
A: Where are you off to?
A: How would you like to pay for it?
A: Can we make the 5:00 train?
John and Carl are brothers. John’s wife is Carl’s ———-
You use a ——— to send a copy of your document to someone else over the telephone line.
Rice is a grain, and ——— is a dairy product.
Bruce hardly ever exercises. He’s really ———.
Women’s tights are in the ———– department.
The concert is ———- Saturday, June 4th.
———– your sister live?
B: No, I’m just browsing.
I remember ——– holidays with my family when I was young.
Oh no! Yesterday was my mother’s birthday, and I forgot ——- her.
How many times ——– to the opera already this year?
Jason asked me ——— I had bought tickets yet.
I intend ———– aside some money each month.
By this time next year, Sam —— his studies and will be working as an accountant.
——– , Stacy would have lent him money.
———- young people today prefer to dress casually.
Not only ———here, but they didn’t call either.
Neither my parents nor my husband ——— .
People ——– break their promises can’t be trusted.
Michael didn’t see Kristin at the party. When he arrived, she ——–.
I suggested that Debra ——— us there at 3:00 P.M.
I really hope that Thomas ———- too many hours this weekend.
I don’t believe in ———.
If Ruby ——– the luggage limits, she would have avoided extra charges.
If Ramon had made a reservation, he ———— in this predicament.
We will meet at the park at 10:00 A.M. ——– it rains.
His interview went very well. ——-, he didn’t get the job.
The doctors reported that their new study ——— there the following week.
In the future, cars —— powered by an alternative energy source.
If gunpowder hadn’t been invented, other tools of war ———.
Irina has never studied English, but she has ————- a lot of English words from TV, movies, and the Internet.
I need to clean my house, but I’ve been putting ———-.
Andrew said some pretty insulting things to me, but I decided not to let it bother me. I just ———-.
To do this job successfully, you have to deal with difficult situations all the time. If you ——– it may be the job for you!
A: Did you hear the one about the doctor?
B: No. ——–