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Giới thiệu: Trong phần này, các bạn sẽ được xem một đoạn video, sau đó bạn hãy viết lại những gì nghe được vào phần phản hồi để được máy chấm trực tiếp..

Bạn hãy xem video sau, hãy viết những gì bạn nghe được vào ô phản hồi, để được máy chấm điểm trực tiếp nhé.

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This must be the hardest way to investigate why the trees of the Amazon are so important - climbing right up into them. Down on the ground a scientist, Erika Berenguer, is asking for samples of the leaves. Erika has studied the same batch of trees for ten years now, measuring exactly how they're growing and how they affect the climate. This matters to the whole world because of sheer size of this forest. We've used graphics to show how the billions of leaves are breathing in carbon dioxide - a gas which is heating up the planet. As human activity keeps adding more and more carbon dioxide to the air, magnificent trees like this pull a lot of it in. But chop it down and burn it, and all the carbon that's been stored inside over the many years is suddenly released back to the atmosphere, which of course increases the speed of global warming.

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1. huongrung0...

Gửi lúc: 2019-08-30 15:07:47

Điểm: 10/10

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This must be the hardest way to investigate why the trees of the Amazon are so important - climbing right up into them. Down on the ground a scientist, Erika Berenguer, is asking for samples of the leaves. Erika has studied the same batch of trees for ten years now, measuring exactly how they're growing and how they affect the climate. This matters to the whole world because of sheer size of this forest. We've used graphics to show how the billions of leaves are breathing in carbon dioxide - a gas which is heating up the planet. As human activity keeps adding more and more carbon dioxide to the air, magnificent trees like this pull a lot of it in. But chop it down and burn it, and all the carbon that's been stored inside over the many years is suddenly released back to the atmosphere, which of course increases the speed of global warming.

2. daiphu5sao

Gửi lúc: 2019-08-30 15:46:03

Điểm: 10/10

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This must be the hardest way to investigate why the trees of the Amazon are so important - climbing right up into them. Down on the ground a scientist, Erika Berenguer, is asking for samples of the leaves. Erika has studied the same batch of trees for ten years now, measuring exactly how they're growing and how they affect the climate. This matters to the whole world because of sheer size of this forest. We've used graphics to show how the billions of leaves are breathing in carbon dioxide - a gas which is heating up the planet. As human activity keeps adding more and more carbon dioxide to the air, magnificent trees like this pull a lot of it in. But chop it down and burn it, and all the carbon that's been stored inside over the many years is suddenly released back to the atmosphere, which of course increases the speed of global warming.

3. bietdoingo...

Gửi lúc: 2019-08-30 15:47:32

Điểm: 10/10

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This must be the hardest way to investigate why the trees of the Amazon are so important - climbing right up into them. Down on the ground a scientist, Erika Berenguer, is asking for samples of the leaves. Erika has studied the same batch of trees for ten years now, measuring exactly how they're growing and how they affect the climate. This matters to the whole world because of sheer size of this forest. We've used graphics to show how the billions of leaves are breathing in carbon dioxide - a gas which is heating up the planet. As human activity keeps adding more and more carbon dioxide to the air, magnificent trees like this pull a lot of it in. But chop it down and burn it, and all the carbon that's been stored inside over the many years is suddenly released back to the atmosphere, which of course increases the speed of global warming.

4. cunghoctot...

Gửi lúc: 2019-08-30 15:53:19

Điểm: 10/10

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This must be the hardest way to investigate why the trees of the Amazon are so important - climbing right up into them. Down on the ground a scientist, Erika Berenguer, is asking for samples of the leaves. Erika has studied the same batch of trees for ten years now, measuring exactly how they're growing and how they affect the climate. This matters to the whole world because of sheer size of this forest. We've used graphics to show how the billions of leaves are breathing in carbon dioxide - a gas which is heating up the planet. As human activity keeps adding more and more carbon dioxide to the air, magnificent trees like this pull a lot of it in. But chop it down and burn it, and all the carbon that's been stored inside over the many years is suddenly released back to the atmosphere, which of course increases the speed of global warming.

5. baonhi1509

Gửi lúc: 2019-08-30 16:52:44

Điểm: 10/10

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This must be the hardest way to investigate why the trees of the Amazon are so important - climbing right up into them. Down on the ground a scientist, Erika Berenguer, is asking for samples of the leaves.Erika has studied the same batch of trees for ten years now, measuring exactly how they're growing and how they affect the climate. This matters to the whole world because of sheer size of this forest. We've used graphics to show how the billions of leaves are breathing in carbon dioxide - a gas which is heating up the planet. As human activity keeps adding more and more carbon dioxide to the air, magnificent trees like this pull a lot of it in. But chop it down and burn it, and all the carbon that's been stored inside over the many years is suddenly released back to the atmosphere, which of course increases the speed of global warming.

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