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Trắc nghiệm Reading tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 1 The Generation Gap

Trắc nghiệm tiếng Anh 11 Unit 1

Trắc nghiệm Reading tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 1 The Generation Gap gồm 15 câu hỏi trắc nghiệm tiếng Anh 11, hỗ trợ học sinh trong quá trình học tập lớp 11 đạt kết quả cao. Đề luyện tập tiếng Anh gồm nhiều dạng bài đọc khác nhau giúp các em học sinh rèn luyện kỹ năng đọc - hiểu tiếng Anh theo chủ đề Unit 1 hiệu quả.

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  • Bài 1. Choose the best answers for the following questions.

    The generation gap, which refers to a broad difference between one generation and another, especially between young people and their parents, usually leads to numerous conflicts. Such family conflicts can seriously threaten the relationship between parents and children at times.

    It goes without saying that, however old their children are, parents still regard them as small kids and keep in mind that their offspring are too young to protect themselves cautiously or have wise choices. Therefore, they tend to make a great attempt to help their children to discover the outside world. Nevertheless, they forget that as children grow up, they want to be more independent and develop their own identity by creating their own opinions, thoughts, styles and values about life.

    One common issue that drives conflicts is the clothes of teenagers. While teens are keen on wearing fashionable clothes which try to catch up with the youth trends, parents who value traditional clothes believe that those kinds of attire violate the rules and the norms of the society. It becomes worse when the expensive brand name clothes teens choose seem to be beyond the financial capacity of parents.

    Another reason contributing to conflicts is the interest in choosing a career path or education between parents and teenagers. Young people are told that they have the world at their feet and that dazzling future opportunities are just waiting for them to seize. However, their parents try to impose their choices of university or career on them regardless of their children's preference.

    Indeed, conflicts between parents and children are the everlasting family phenomena. It seems that the best way to solve the matter is open communication to create mutual trust and understanding.

    Question 1: Why do most parents still treat their teenage children like small kids?

  • 2
    The word “offspring” in the second paragraph refers to________.
  • 3
    What do parents usually do to help their children as they are young?
  • 4
    Which kinds of clothes do teenagers want to wear?
  • 5
    According to the passage, what are parents' viewpoints about the teenagers' clothes?
  • 6
    Why do teenagers want to choose their university or career?
  • 7
    The word “seize” in the fourth paragraph is closest in meaning to________.
  • Bài 2. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

    In American, although most men still do less housework than their wives, that gap has been halved since the 1960s. Today, 41 per cent of couples say they share childcare equally, compared with 25 percent in 1985. Men's greater involvement at home is good for their relationships with their spouses, and also good for their children. Hands-on fathers make better parents than men who let their wives do all the nurturing and childcare. They raise sons who are more expressive and daughters who are more likely to do well in school - especially in math and science.

    In 1900, life expectancy in the United States was 47 years, and only four per cent of the population was 65 or older. Today, life expectancy is 76 years, and by 2025, it is estimated about 20 per cent of the U.S. population will be 65 or older. For the first time, a generation of adults must plan for the needs of both their parents and their children. Most Americans are responding with remarkable grace. One in four households gives the equivalent of a full day a week or more in unpaid care to an aging relative, and more than half say they expect to do so in the next 10 years. Older people are less likely to be impoverished or incapacitated by illness than in the past, and have more opportunity to develop a relationship with their grandchildren.

    Even some of the choices that worry people the most are turning out to be manageable. Divorce rates are likely to remain high, and in many cases marital breakdown causes serious problems for both adults and kids. Yet when parents minimize conflict, family bonds can be maintained. And many families are doing this. More non-custodial parents are staying in touch with their children. Child-support receipts are rising. A lower proportion of children from divorced families are exhibiting problems than in earlier decades. And stepfamilies are learning to maximize children's access to supportive adults rather than cutting them off from one side of the family.

    Question 8: Which of the following can be the most suitable heading for paragraph 1?

  • 9
    Nowadays, ____ of men help take care of children.
  • 10
    According to the writer, old people in the USA ____.
  • 11
    Which of the following is NOT true about divorce rates in the USA?
  • 12
    The word "equivalent” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ____.
  • 13

    The word "manageable” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to ____.

  • 14

    The word “this” in the paragraph 3 refers to ____.

  • 15

    According to the writer, the future of American family life can be ____.

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