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Trong bài học này các bạn sẽ cùng luyện tập kỹ năng đọc hiểu thông qua 2 bài đọc về chủ đề "Foods and Drinks".
Task 1
Read the passage below about "Tea", then complete the following quiz.
People drink a lot of tea. There are many kinds of tea. There is black tea. There is red tea. There is yellow tea. People drink a lot of tea in China. Some people drink it because it is good for them. It makes them healthy. Many people drink it because it tastes very good. It is delicious. People drink a lot of green tea in Japan. People drink a lot of green tea in Korea, too. In Vietnam, some people drink coffee first. Then they drink tea. People drink a lot of tea in England. Every afternoon, everybody drinks tea. It is "tea time". English people add milk to their tea. Many people drink black tea in the U.S. In the South of US, people drink 'sweet tea'. Sweet tea is cold black tea with sugar. Most tea comes from China. Some tea comes from India or Sri Lanka. Kenya, Japan, and Indonesia also grow a lot of tea.

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TEA
People drink a lot of tea.
There are many kinds of tea.
There is black tea.
There is red tea.
There is yellow tea.
People drink a lot of tea in China.
Some people drink it because it is good for them.
It makes them healthy.
Many people drink it because it tastes very good.
It is delicious.
People drink a lot of green tea in Japan.
People drink a lot of green tea in Korea, too.
In Vietnam, some people drink coffee first.
Then they drink tea.
People drink a lot of tea in England.
Every afternoon, everybody drinks tea.
It is “tea time”.
English people add milk to their tea.
Many people drink black tea in the U.S.
In the South of U.S, people drink “sweet tea”.
Sweet tea is cold black tea with sugar.
Most tea comes from China.
Some tea comes from India or Sri Lanka, Kenya, Japan, and Indonesia also grow a lot of tea.
Task 2
Read the article “Food around the world” carefully, then complete the following quiz.
Food around the world
It isn't amazing how much time we spend talking about food? "Have you ever eaten ...?", "What do you have for lunch?" and so on. And yet, when you travel from one county to another, you find that people have quite different feelings about food. People often feel that what they eat is normal, and what other people eat is strange and silly. In most parts of Asia, for example, no meal is complete without rice.In England, people eat potatoes every day. In the Middle East, bread is the main part of every meal. Eating becomes a habit which is difficult to change. Americans like to drink a lot of orange juice and coffee. The English drink tea four or five times a day. Australians drink large amounts of beer and the French drink wine every day.
The sorts of meat people like to eat also differ from one country to another. Horse meat is thought to be delicious in France. In Hong Kong, some people enjoy eating snakes. New Zealanders eat sheep, but never eat goat meat. The Japanese don’t like to eat sheep meat because of its smell, but they enjoy eating raw fish. So it seems that although eating is a topic that we can talk about for hours, there is a little common sense in what we say about it. People every where enjoy what they have always eaten, and there is very little we can do to change our eating habit.

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Food around the world.
It isn’t amazing how much time we spend talking about food? “Have you ever eaten …?”, “What do you have for lunch?” and so on.
And yet, when you travel from one country to another, you find that people have quite different feelings about food.
People often feel that what they eat is normal, and what other people eat is strange and silly.
In most parts of Asia, for example, no meal is complete without rice.
In England, people eat potatoes every day.
In the Middle East, bread is the main part of every meal.
Eating becomes a habit which is difficult to change.
Americans like to drink a lot of orange juice and coffee.
The English drink tea four or five times a day.
Australians drink large amounts of beer and the French drink wine every day.
The sorts of meat people like to eat also differ from one county to another.
Horse meat is thought to be delicious in France.
In Hong Kong, some people enjoy eating snakes.
New Zealanders eat sheep, but never eat goat meat.
The Japanese don’t like to eat sheep meat because of its smell, but they enjoy eating raw fish.
So it seems that although eating is a topic that we can talk about for hours, there is a little common sense in what we say about it.
People everywhere enjoy eating what they have always eaten, and there is very little we can do to change our eating habit.

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