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  1. BÀI TẬP TIẾNG ANH 10 THÍ ĐIỂM 17. Traditionally, most Vietnamese people never the floor during the first three UNIT 7 ~ CULTURAL DIVERSITY days of the New Year. Part I. PHONETICS A. sweep B. paint C. polish D. resurface Exercise 1. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose 18. Vietnam is a country situated in Asia, where many mysteries and legends underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the A. originB. originate C. original D. originally following questions. 19. The British usually pay a lot of to good table manners and are expected to 1. A. protest B. weddingC. reception D. success use knives, forks and spoons properly. 2. A. present B. decrease C. increase D. mouse A. money B. careC. attention D. compliment 3. A. complicatedB. bridegroom C. originate D. superstition 20. In the U.S, children can choose their own partners even if their parents 4. A. country B. contrast C. cultureD. ceremony object their choice. 5. A. good B. moon C. groom D. food A. to B. for C. against D. with Exercise 2. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs 21. In the UK, 18-year-olds tend to receive a silver key as a present to their from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the entry into the adult world. following questions. A. symbol B. symbolicC. symbolize D. symbolist 6. A. increase B. engage C. prepare D. propose 22. In Australia, on Mother’s Day, the second Sunday in May, children prepare 7. A. happyB. perfect C. formal D. married and their mothers ‘breakfast in bed’. 8. A. couple B. promiseC. import D. wedding A. cookB. serve C. display D. present 9. A. export B. decrease C. presentD. belief 23. People in Mexico Mother's Day on May 10 by giving their mothers 10. A. contrast B. object C. rebelD. support handmade gifts, flowers, clothing and household appliances. Part II. VOCABULARY A. open B. memorize C. celebrate D. perform Exercise 3. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to 24. In Viet Nam, you shouldn’t at somebody’s house on the lst day of the New each of the following questions. Year unless you have been invited by the house owner. 11. In some Asian countries, the groom and bride their wedding rings in front A. show up B. get up C. put up D. go up of the altar. 25. The newly-weds will fly to Venice to spend their tomorrow. A. changeB. exchange C. give D. take A. vacationB. honeymoon C. holiday D. marriage 12. In Scotland, the bride’s mother may invite the wedding guests to her house 26. After the wedding ceremony at the church, they go to the hotel for the to off all the wedding gifts. wedding A. show B. turn C. put D. get A. cake B. ring C. dayD. reception 13. On the wedding day, the best man is expected to help the 27. The bride and groom cut the wedding cake and speeches. A. brideB. groom C. guest D. bridesmaid A. prepared B. wrote C. heardD. made 14. In the past, the and engagement ceremonies took place one or two years 28. Some Koreans believe that it’s impolite to eye contact with a person who before the wedding. has a high position. A. propose B. proposingC. proposal D. proposed A. maintain B. lose C. show D. put 15. Superstitions an important part in the lives of many people in Viet Nam. 29. Brazilians often each other’s arms, hands or shoulders during a A. take B. act C. occupyD. play conversation. 16. Viet Nam has kept a variety of superstitious about daily activities. A. lend B. shakeC. touch D. move A. believe B. believingC. beliefs D. believable 30. American people are very informal at home, so they often their hands to eat some kinds of food. Thẩm Tâm Vy, September 2nd, 2020 BÀI TẬP ANH 10 THÍ ĐIỂM ~ UNIT 7.
  2. A. addicted B. supportiveC. reliant D. responsible A. use B. lend C. wash D. shake 45. In most American families, parents have less influence on their children than 31. Egypt is a traditional country, and it has many customs that are those in other parts of the world. different the U.S. A. powerB. effect C. attention D. care A. ofB. from C. to D. for Exercise 5. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE 32. English people believe that it is unlucky to open an umbrella in the in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. house,which will bring to the person who has opened it. 46. Being practical, Americans avoid taking jobs which are beyond their ability. A. lossB. misfortune C. success D. truth A. out of B. far fromC. within D. inside 33. Superstition suggests that you'll get seven years of bad luck if you a mirror. 47. In many countries, it is customary for the bride to throw her bouquet of A. break B. buy C. borrow D. see flowers into a crowd of well-wishers. 34. In the UK, seven is usually regarded the luckiest number while thirteen is A. uncommon B. inadvisable C. usual D. normal the opposite. 48. To an American, success is the result of hard work and self-reliance. A. as B. like C. with D. for A. devotion B. industryC. laziness D. enthusiasm 35. Polite behavior in one country, however, may be in another part of the 49. Success has always meant providing their families with a decent standard of world. living. A. formal B. informalC. impolite D. appropriate A. high B. good C. acceptableD. low 36. In Germany, it is important to arrive time when you are invited to 50. Stores everywhere compete to sell their distinctive versions of Christmas someone's house. cake before the holiday. A. in B. after C. beforeD. on A. different B. variousC. similar D special 37. Learning about cultural differences in politeness helps you avoid a lot of Part III. GRAMMAR A. embarrassB. embarrassment C. Embarrassed D. embarrassing Exercise 6. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to 38. On many days of the year, Vietnamese people not only the table for meals, each of the following questions. but they also put food on the altar for their ancestors. 51. These days, in India, there are married couples who live on their own than A. lay B. lie C. book D. clear before. 39. The woman you are engaged to is your A. more B. many C. less D. little A. fiancé B. bridesmaid C. match-makerD. fiancée 52. In some countries in the Middle East, people stand to each other than those 40. At the church ceremony, the couple have to make their wedding in North America in a conversation. A. vows B. invitations C. flowers D. cakes A. most closely B. more closelyC. closer D. closest Exercise 4. Mark the letter A. B. C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST 53. Wedding ceremonies are now than they used to be in the past. in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. A. less complicated B. the most complicated 41. Mary is planning to tie the knot with her German boyfriend next June. C. as complicated D. the least complicated A. get married B. say goodbye C. get together D. fall in love 54. It's much to celebrate a small and cozy wedding to save money. 42. In some Asian countries like Vietnam or China, money is given to the A. bestB. better C. the best D. the better newly-married couple as a wedding present. 55. In some Asian families, parents tend to have far control over their children A. gift B. donation C. souvenir D. contribution than those in some American families. 43. In Vietnam, it is customary to choose a favourable day for occasions such as A. the most B. the moreC. more D. most wedding, funerals, or house-moving days. 56. This is wedding party I’ve ever attended. A. suitable B. favourite C. beautiful D. whole A. the more memorable B. more memorable 44. Americans value freedom and do not like to be dependent on other people. C. the most memorable D. most memorable Thẩm Tâm Vy, September 2nd, 2020 BÀI TẬP ANH 10 THÍ ĐIỂM ~ UNIT 7.
  3. 57. Chocolates and flowers are by far presents for mothers on Mother's Day in 70. Traditionally, bride and groom go on their honeymoon immediately the UK. after wedding reception. A. more popular B. the more popular A. a - the B. the - aC. the - the D. a - a C. less popularD. the most popular 71. Whenever I set out for examination, I always try to avoid crossing path 58. Chuseok is one of celebrations in the Korean calendar when Koreans give of woman. thanks to nature. A. the - a B. an - a -the C. an - the - the D. the - the - a A. the most important B. the more important 72. In a wedding ceremony, best man helps groom ready for every C. the less important D. more important preparation. 59. The more polite you appear to be, your partner will be. A. the - a B. a - theC. the - the D. a - a A. the happiestB. the happier 73. People say that gift lets recipient know how we are thinking of them. C. the most happily D. the more happily A. the - the B. a - a C. the - aD. a - the 60. Of the two bridesmaids, Lisa turned out to be 74. Wearing a wedding veil which covers head and face is 2,000-years-old A. the most charming B. the least charming tradition. C. more charmingD the more charming A. a - theB. the - a C. the - the D. a - a 61. The Korean are than the American in addressing their bosses. 75. In the U.S, while represents goodness and is usually color of bride’s A. more formal B. formal C. most formal D. the most formal wedding dress. 62. There are occasions for giving gifts in modern societies than before. A. a - a B. a - theC. the - a D. the - the A. lessB. more C. the least D. the most 76. Is is acceptable to touch person on shoulder in a conversation? 63. June has become month for weddings in many countries when the A. a - the B. the -the C. the - a D. a - a symbolic flowers, roses, usually bloom. 77 man should take off his hat when he goes into house in the UK. A. more popular B. less popular A. A - theB. A - a C. The -a D. The - the C. the most popular D. the least popular 78. W hen you stay at friend's house, you should write thank-you note. 64. Before doing something important, Vietnamese people always try to A. a - a B. the V a C. a - the D. the - the choose time for it. 79. Christmas Eve is best time for Japanese youngsters to go out for special, A. better B. less good C. the least good D. the best romantic evening. 65. My grandmother feels much whenever I give her a homemade cake on A. a - aB. the - a C. the - the D. a - the Mother’s Day. 80 Japanese manage not to ask direct questions in order not to A. happier B. more happily C. the happiest D. the most happily embarrass person who they are speaking with. 66. People in Western countries are often surprised to learn that Japanese A. A - the B. A - aC. The - the D. The - a celebrate Christinas. Exercise 7. Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that A. Ø - Ø B. the - the C. the - ØD. Ø - the needs correction in each of the following questions. 67. In Japan, most important holiday of season is New Year’s Day, which 81. People believe that if they (A) borrow money at (B) a beginning of the year, comes one week after Christmas. they will have to be (C) in debt for (D) the rest of that year. A. the - the B. Ø - the C. the - Ø D. the - a 82. (A) In traditional Indian families, (B) the parents used (C) to arranging the 68. In India, in the old days, girl’s family used to give boy’s family a gift like marriage (D) for their children. money or jewellery. 83. It (A) is common for (B) Japanese to adapt foreign customs (C) and make A. a - a B. a - the C. the - aD. the - the (D) them their own. 69. It is appropriate to bring small gift when visiting home in the U.S. 84. In Vietnam, (A) at the dinner table, you should serve (B) the adults (C) the A. the - a B. a - a C. a - the D. the - the first and (D) then the children. Thẩm Tâm Vy, September 2nd, 2020 BÀI TẬP ANH 10 THÍ ĐIỂM ~ UNIT 7.
  4. 85. If you make (A) the wish, then (B) blow out all (C) the candles (D) on your 97. A: “I’m afraid I can't come to your house-warming party next Saturday." birthday cake in one breath, your wish will be granted. B: “ ” 86. No one is (A) the happiest than (B) the bride and groom (C) on the day of A. That sounds fun.B. Oh, what a pity! (D) their wedding. C. That’s ridiculous. D. Oh, what a relief! 87. On (A) first day of the Lunar New Year, (B) Vietnamese people go to (C) 98. A: "Thank you very much for coming to our wedding!" the pagoda to pray for (D) the best luck of the year. B: “ ” 88. For American people, success means (A) ending their career in (B) the (C) A. Our pleasure! Happy wedding! B. Our pleasure! Good success! highest and more prosperous position (D) than when they began it. C. Don’t mention it. Go ahead! D. Don’t mention it. Just my luck! 89. Superstitions (A) exist everywhere (B) on this planet; however, Vietnam and 99. A: “Thank you very much for the lovely flowers!" Asia (C) alike can be (D) the more superstitious than other continents. B: “ ” 90. In Vietnam, gifts (A) for brides and grooms (B) are usually (C) in pairs; for A. You are welcome. B. You don't like flowers, do you? example, two less expensive blankets are more desired than (D) the nicer one. C. Yeah, I didn’t buy those flowers. D. It was an excellent choice. Part IV. SPEAKING 100. A: “Peter and I are going to spend our honeymoon in Jeju Island!" Exercise 8. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct response to B: “ ” each of the following exchanges. A. It's fine for me. B. Qh, thanks. Good luck! 91. A: “Have you heard? Martin and Lisa have just got engaged!" C. Have you decided yet?D. Oh, really? Have a nice holiday! B: “ ” 101. A: "I love watching Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. What about you?" A. Really? That’s fantastic! B. Congratulations! B: “ ” C. Let’s celebrate! D. Good luck! A. You're welcome. B. Thanks, I will.C. Me too. D. Me either. 92. A: “Well, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have just decided to divorce! Don't 102. A: "Guess what? Mary’s getting married next week.” you know?" B: “ ” B: “ ” A. Is she really? That’s interesting. B. What a pity! A. I couldn’t agree more. B. Oh, thanks! C. Congratulations! D. Send my regards to her, will you? C. Really? Are you kidding? D. No, not right now. 103. A: "Don’t forget to bargain when buying things in an open-air market in 93. A: “What a beautiful wedding dress you are wearing today, Daisy!" Viet Nam!” B: “ ” B: “ ” A. I'm sorry to hear that. B. Thanks, it’s nice of you to say so. A. I don't agree. B. Thanks, I will. C. Why not? D. No way C. Don't mention it. D. Thanks for your gift! 104. A: “ ” 94. A: "Let’s go and cheer for their happiness today!" B: "You'd better shake hands firmly.” B: “ ” A. What topics should I talk about when I first meet a Turkish? A. No, thanks. B. Have a go, please. B. What gifts should I give to a Turkish? C. That’s a good idea! D. It’s too late. C. What should I do when I first meet a Turkish? 95. A: “Why don’t we make a cake for Mom on Mother’s Day?" D. What about asking a Turkish about their age? B: “ ” 105. A: "Would you like to stay with us and spend our traditional Tet holidays A. Sure, let’s plan on it. B. Thanks, I’d love to. together?” C. To make her happy. D. Great! I’d like some flowers. B: “ ” 96. A:”What gifts should I bring to a dinner party in Vietnam?" A. What a nice idea! Thanks. B. Oh, lucky you B: “ ” C. What a shame, I will. D. How come? A. I don’t care. B. You should arrive on time. Part V. READING C. Dress casually.D. Just some fruits or cakes. Thẩm Tâm Vy, September 2nd, 2020 BÀI TẬP ANH 10 THÍ ĐIỂM ~ UNIT 7.
  5. Exercise 9. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to A. consideration B. mannerC. gift D. culture indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. 110. Which of the following is the main idea of paragraph 3? INTERNATIONAL GIFT-GIVING CUSTOMS A. The people who are presented with gifts The tradition of gift giving is a worldwide practice that is said to have been B. The traditions of giving and receiving gifts around since the beginning of human beings. Over time, different cultures have C. The occasions of giving and receiving gifts developed their own gift giving customs and traditions. D. The manners of giving and receiving gifts In France, the gift of wine for the hostess of a dinner party is not an appropriate Exercise 10. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to gift as the hostess would prefer to choose the vintage for the night. In Sweden, a indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. bottle of wine or flowers are an appropriate gift for the hostess. In Viet Nam, a Marriage is an ancient religious and legal practice celebrated around the gift of whisky is appropriate for the host, and some fruit or small gifts for the world. However, wedding customs vary from country to country. hostess, children or elders of the home. Besides, gifts should never be wrapped The Wedding Dress: In many countries, it is customary for the bride to wear a in black paper because this color is unlucky and associated with funerals in this white dress as a symbol of purity. The tradition of wearing a special white dress country. Gifts that symbolize cutting such as scissors, knives and other sharp only for the wedding ceremony started around 150 years ago. Before that, most objects should be avoided because they mean the cutting of the relationship. women could not afford to buy a dress that they would only wear once. Now, Also, in some countries you should not open the gift in front of the giver and in bridal dresses can be bought in a variety of styles. In some Asian countries and others it would be an insult if you did not open the gift. in the Middle East, colors of joy and happiness like red or orange other than Beyond the gift itself, give careful consideration to the manner in which it is white are worn by the bride or used as part of the wedding ceremony, presented. Different cultures have different customs regarding how a gift should The Wedding Rings: In many cultures, couples exchange rings, usually made be offered - using only your right hand or using both hands, for example. Others of golf or silver and worn on the third finger of the left or right hand, during the have strong traditions related to the appropriate way to accept a gift. In marriage ceremony. The circular shape of the ring is symbolic of the couple's Singapore, for instance, it is the standard to graciously refuse a gift several times eternal union. In Brazil, it is traditional to have the rings engraved with the before finally accepting it. The recipient would never unwrap a gift in front of bride's name on the groom’s ring, an vice versa. the giver for fear of appearing greedy. Flowers: Flowers play an important role in most weddings. Roses are said to be Understanding these traditions and customs, as well as taking time to choose an the flowers of love, and because they usually bloom in June, this has become the appropriate gift, will help you to avoid any awkwardness or embarrassment as most popular month for weddings in many countries. After the wedding you seek to build a better cross-cultural relationship. ceremony, in many countries the bride throws her bouquet into a crowd of well- 106. When did the tradition of gift-giving become popular all over the world? wishers – usually her single female friends. The person who catches this bouquet A. a long time ago B. thousands of years ago will be the next one to marry. C. since the beginning of humans D. since the beginning of industrialization Gifts: In Chinese cultures, wedding guests give gifts of money to the newly- 107. Which of the following is NOT true about gift-giving customs? weds in small red envelopes. Money is also an appropriate gift at Korean and A. In France, wine is not considered a suitable gift for the hostess of a dinner Japanese wedding. In many Western countries, for example in the U.K, wedding party. guests give the bride and groom household items that they may need for their B. In Sweden, it is not customary to bring some wine or flowers when you are new home. In Russia, rather than receiving gifts, the bride and groom provide invited to a dinner party. gifts to their guests instead. C . In Vietnam, such things as scissors, knives and other sharp objects shouldn't With the continued internationalization of the modern world, wedding customs be used as a gift. that originated in one part of the world are crossing national boundaries and have D. In Singapore, it is unacceptable to open the gift right in front of the giver. been incorporated into marriage ceremonies in other countries. 108. The phrase “associated with" is closest in meaning to 111. Which of the following is the best title of the passage? A. connected with B. familiar with C. informed of D. similar to A. Wedding ceremoniesB. Wedding customs 109. The word “it" in paragraph 3 refer to C. Wedding day D. Wedding history Thẩm Tâm Vy, September 2nd, 2020 BÀI TẬP ANH 10 THÍ ĐIỂM ~ UNIT 7.
  6. 112. The tradition of wearing a special dress only on one’s wedding day is 120. A. Therefore B. However C. Although D. Moreover A. about 150 years ago B. over a century ago 121. A. what B. when C. how D. why C. less than 100 years ago D. less than 200 years ago 122. A. organize B. organizing C. organization D. organized 113. In some cultures, the bride wears a white dress as a traditional symbol 123. A. of B. with C. on D. off of 124. A. spend B. waste C. pay D. borrow A. modesty B. secrecyC. purity D. security Exercise 12. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to 114. In some Asian and Middle Eastern.countries, which colour is NOT indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks. considered to be suitable for a wedding? COMMON SUPERSTITIONS A. red B. orange C. whiteD. blue There are many strange superstitions in the world. The most common one is 115. The phrase “eternal union" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to related to black cats, (125) are the source of hundreds of unlucky A. never-ending relationship B. lovely relationship superstitions. It’s a sign of bad luck ( 126) they walk in front of you or you C. temporary relationship D. healthy relationship step on their tails. They even bring bad luck into a house if they sneeze inside! 116. The word “this" in paragraph 4 refers to which of the following? This superstition dates (127) to the Middle Ages when they became A. role B. loveC. June D. rose associated with witches and evil spirits. 117. According to the passage, in which country would the wedding guests give Another common superstition is about walking under a ladder. A more the bride and groom money as a present? (128) explanation can be traced back to ancient Egypt. The A. Brazil B. the U.KC. China D. Russia (129) Egyptians believed that the shape of the Pyramids had a special 118. Which of the following information is TRUE according to the passage? power. It was considered very bad luck to break the “power” of this shape and A. Nowadays, every bride can afford to buy a wedding dress to wear only once. that’s exactly what walking under a ladder would do! B. It is believed that any person who catches the bride’s bouquet will be the next In addition, in Roman times, people (130) the habit of looking at themselves to marry. in pools of water. Some believed that these reflections were in fact “glimpses of C . It is customary to write the groom's name on the bride’s wedding ring. the soul”. Any disruption to the water in the pool would bring bad luck to the D. Thanks to globalization, one country’s wedding customs may be added to person looking in it. This superstition lives on with the fear of bad luck from other countries’. breaking a mirror. Exercise 11. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to 125. A. which B. who C. when D. where indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks. 126. A. although B. becauseC. if D. unless CULTURE SHOCK 127. A. on B. inC. back D. for Many people dream of living in a foreign country. It can be an amazing 128. A. mysteryB. mysterious C. mysteriously D. mysteries experience for those (119) are willing to settle down in a new place. 129. A. late B. recent C. pastD. early (120) , there’s one potential problem you should be aware of: culture shock. 130. A. had B. took C. raised D. became Culture shock is the feeling we get from living in a place that is so different to Part VI. WRITING where we grew up that we are not sure (121) to deal with it. Societies are Exercise 13. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is (122) in many different ways. Customs and traditions can be very different closest in meaning to each of the following questions. and that can sometimes make it difficult to get on with local people who might 131. The American are less formal in addressing their bosses than the South not approve (123) things you do and might object to things you say. You Korean. might be banned from doing things in another country that are perfectly legal in A. The South Korean are less formal in addressing their bosses than the your own. For example, in Singapore people can be forced to (124) a large American. fine just for dropping rubbish. Eventually, though, most people who live abroad B. Both the American and the South Korean have the same formality in fall in love with their adopted country and learn to accept its differences. addressing their bosses. 119. A. who B. which C. what D. whose Thẩm Tâm Vy, September 2nd, 2020 BÀI TẬP ANH 10 THÍ ĐIỂM ~ UNIT 7.
  7. C. The South Korean are more informal in addressing their bosses than the 138. I have never read a better book about cultural diversity I have ever read. American. A. This book is a good book about cultural diversity I have ever read. D. The South Korean are more formal in addressing their bosses than the B. This is the best book about cultural diversity I have ever read. American. C. This book is as good as the one about cultural diversity I have ever read. 132. Nothing is more precious than happiness and health. D. The book about cultural diversity I have ever read isn’t better than this one. A. Happiness and health are the most precious things. 139. Money is more important than prestige to some Americans. B. Happiness is more precious than health. A. Some Americans like prestige more than money. C. Health is more precious than happiness. B. Money is of greater importance to some Americans than prestige. D. Happiness and health are more and more precious. C. Money and prestige are of equal importance to some Americans. 133. I’ve never seen such a nice bouquet of wedding flowers. D. Money is less preferable to some Americans than prestige. A. This bouquet of wedding flowers is the nicest that I’ve ever made. 140. There were more guests at my cousin’s wedding than expected. B. This is the nicest bouquet of wedding flowers that I’ve ever seen. A. We didn’t expect fewer guests to attend my cousin’s wedding. C. I ve never seen the nicest bouquet of w edding flowers so far. B. We expected to receive more guests at my cousin’s wedding. D. Nothing I’ve seen is nicer than this bouquet of wedding flowers. C. Fewer guests came to my cousin’s wedding than we expected. 134. Ice-hockey is one of the most popular sports in Russia. D. More guests came to my cousin’s wedding than we expected. A. In Russia, ice-hockey is more popular than any other sports. B. In Russia, no sport is more popular than ice-hockey. C. In Russia, no sport is less popular than ice-hockey. The End D. In Russia, one of the most popular sports is ice-hockey. 135. Tet holiday is the most interesting Vietnamese traditional festival that he’s ever attended. A. Tet holiday is more interesting than the Vietnamese traditional festival that he’s ever attended. B. He has never attended a more interesting Vietnamese traditional festival than Tet holiday. C. He has attended many interesting Vietnamese traditional festival including Tet holiday. D. Tet holiday is one of the most interesting Vietnamese traditional festival he’s ever attended. 136. There are more superstitious beliefs in Eastern countries than in Western ones. A. Western countries don’t have fewer superstitious beliefs than Eastern ones. B. Eastern countries have more superstitious beliefs than Western ones. C. Eastern and Western countries have many more superstitious beliefs. D. More superstitious beliefs exist in Western countries than in Eastern ones. 137. Pho (rice noodles) is believed to be the most typical food in Vietnam. A. It is believed that Pho (rice noodles) is the most typical food in Vietnam. B. A more typical food than Pho (rice noodles) is believed in Vietnam. C. I believe that Vietnam has the most typical food like Pho (rice noodles). D. No food in Vietnam is less typical than Pho (rice noodles). Thẩm Tâm Vy, September 2nd, 2020 BÀI TẬP ANH 10 THÍ ĐIỂM ~ UNIT 7.