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Common vocabulary in Academic Reading – Unit 31 – Talking about ideas

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Bài tập 1: Thay thế từ in đậm bằng những từ với nghĩa tương tự


1. Many educators believe that different learning styles are equally acceptable.

2. In the UK a university faculty is a unit where similar subjects are grouped together.

3. The French impressionists were a key group with shared aims in European art.

4. The most important quality of international law is the application of a single standard for strong and weak nations alike.

5. Researchers spend much of their time trying to understand the meaning of their data.

6. Some 19th century artistic styles were a direct response to the ugliness of industrialisation.

7. Harvey (2003) stresses that the findings of the study cannot be said to be always true, as only a small amount of data was used.

8. In the late 20th century, intellectual ways of thinking were greatly influenced by ideas of gender and race.

Bài tập 2: Nối nửa trước câu và nửa sau câu cho hợp lý

1. We must never accept the notion
2. The task of choosing an analytical
3. The book expresses his viewpoint
4. Tannen has always made her stance
5. Consumers have different perceptions
6. The report laid out a new model
7. Physicists developed the concept
a. on the role of the United Nations in times of war.
b. on gender and language use very clear,
c. of dark matter to explain certain observations,
d. that intelligence is connected to race.
e. of family healthcare which changed everything
f. of what low price and high quality mean,
g. framework is an important stage in any research.


Bài tập 3: Đọc đoạn văn sau và trả lời câu hỏi. Dùng từ điển nếu cần thiết

Autonomy and creativity are two key concepts in the humanities which are often thought to be not part of scientific thinking. However, recent projects in the sciences suggest this is not true. For example, the attempt to load the components of human consciousness into a computer is a fundamentally creative activity which has profound implications for our understanding of what a human being is. Such science may make us change our way of thinking about moral and philosophical questions and may make it possible for those in the humanities to find a new grounding for their own work.

1. Which noun means ‘independence / the right to think in one’s own way’?
2. Which noun means the opposite of ‘the sciences’?
3. Which adjective means ‘felt or experienced very strongly or in an extreme way’?
4. What are the noun forms of think and understand used in this text?
5. Which adjective in the text means ‘relating to standards of good or bad behaviour, what is right and wrong, etc.’?
6. Which noun in the text means the same as ‘foundation/basis’?

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