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Arithmetic

/'rimtik/

Curriculum /k'rikjulm/

(n) The branch of


mathematics dealing
with the properties
and manipulation of
numbers.
(Adj) of or relating to
arithmetic.
(n) The subjects
comprising a course
of study in a school
or college.

(play)
truant

/'tru:nt/

Drop out

/drp aut/

Boarding
school

/'b:di sku:l/

(n) A school where


Trng
students reside during ni tr.
the semester.

Coursewor
k

/kawrs-wurk/

(n) Regular work


done by students as
part of a course, but

(n) The action of


staying away from
school without
explanation.
(v) to quit a course of
study while not
having finished it.

Vnmese
meanin
gs
(n) S
hc.
(Adj)
thuc s
hc.

Example

(n)
Chng
trnh
ging
dy,
mn
hc
trong
mt
kha.
(n) Trn
hc.

Teachers know
that the present
curriculum was
too narrow.

(v) Rt
ra khi.

He dropped out
of his school
during exams
due to health
problem.
She works quite
far from home.
Thats why she
sent her son to a
local boarding
school.
The coursework
on my degree
was really

Bi tp,
n.

He can do
arithmetic in his
head.

He was expelled
from school for
playing truant.

Co/'kou,edju:'kei
educational nl/

Bachelor

/'btl/

Doctorate

/'dktrit/

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Diploma

/di'ploum/

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Distance
course

/'distns, k:s/

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Sandwich
course

/'snwid,
k:s/

assessed
independently of
formal exams.
(adj)When male and
female students are
taught together in the
same school or
college rather than
separately
(n) a person who
holds an
undergraduate degree
from a university or
college (only in title
or set expressions)
(n) The highest
degree awarded by a
graduate school or
other approved
educational
organization.
(n) A certificate
awarded by an
educational
establishment to
show that someone
has successfully
completed a course of
study.
(n) A course in which
people study through
the internet.

(n) A course which


mainly provides
practical experience.

difficult.

Dy hc
chung
cho c
nam v
n.
T ti

Co-educational s
chools prepare
students for their
future better
than single-sex s
chools.
He graduated
with a bachelors
degree in
philosophy.

Hc v
tin s

Shes studying
for her doctorate.

Chng
ch

After 3 years, he
has finally
achieved his
diploma in
science.

Kha
hc qua
mng.

In the age of
internet, more
and more people
are choosing
distance course.
If you want
practical
experience, a
sandwich course

Kha
hc tri
nghim
thc t.

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Faculty

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Polytechnic /pli'teknik/

15

Thesis

/'i:sis/

16

Scope (n)

/skp/

17

/'fklti/

Anachronis /nakr
m (n)
nz()m/

(n) A group of
university
departments
concerned with a
major division of
knowledge.
(n) An instution of
higher education
offering courses in
many subjects, esp.
vocational or
technical subjects.

Ngnh,
khoa.

(n) A long essay or


dissertation involving
personal research,
written by a
candidate for a
college degree.
1. The extent of the
area or subject matter
that something deals
with or to which it is
relevant
2. The opportunity or
possibility to do or
deal with something

Lun
vn,
lun n.

Trng
cao
ng,
trng
bch
khoa.

Phm
vi, tm
(kin
thc)

is the best
option.
The faculty of
Arts and
Sciences.

After graduating
from NTH high
school, she
decided to study
in FPT
polytechnic
university.
A doctoral
thesis.

1.Such questions
go beyond the
scope of this
book

2. The scope for


C hi, major change is
dp, li always limited
thot,
by political
ni pht realities
huy
Something that is
vt
Modern dress is
placed, for example
khng
an anachronism
in a book or a play, in ng
in productions of

the wrong period of


history

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Digression
(n)

/dr()n/

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Emulate
(v)

/mjlet/

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Exemplary
(adj)

/zmplri/

nin i
theo
cch ;
vic li
thi;
ngi
li thi;
vt li
thi
A temporarydeparture s ra
from the main subject ngoi
in speech or writing
(ni,
vit); s
lc
Match or surpass (a
Tranh
person or
ua,
achievement),
cnh
typically by imitation tranh,
bt
chc
1. Serving as a
Gng
desirablemodel; very mu,
good
mu
mc
2. (Of a punishment)
serving as a warning
or deterrent

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Forbearanc
e (n)

/fbr()ns/

Patientself-control;
restraint and
tolerance

Shakespeare's
plays

Lets return to
the maintopic
after that brief
digression
most
rulerswished to
emulate
Alexander the
Great

1. His
commentaries
survive because
they were
adopted as
exemplary
lm
models by later
gng, commentators.
cnh 2. Exemplary
co
sentencing may
discourage the
violent minority.
s t
In all probability,
ch
patience,
kin tr; forbearance, and
s
restraint would
lng have conquered
their hearts.

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Fortuitous
(adj)

/ftjuts/

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Hypothesis
(n)

/hpss/

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Pragmatic
(adj)

/pramatk/

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Procrastina
te (v)

/pr()
krastnet/

26

Beat
around the
bush

27

Back to the
drawing
board

28

The best

Happening by chance
rather than intention

Tnh c,
bt ng,
ngu
nhin

the similarity
between the
paintings may
not be simply
fortuitous
A supposition or
Gi
The only thing
proposedexplanation thit,
you can do is say
made on the basis of gi nh the evidence
limitedevidence as a
suggests that the
starting point for
hypothesis is
further investigation
true
Dealing with things
Thc t, As I read history,
sensibly and
thc
most of the
realisticallyin a way
dng;
founders were
that is based on
thuc
sensible and
practical rather than
ch
pragmatic men
theoreticalconsiderati ngha
rather than
ons
thc t visionary
idealists
Delay or postpone
Tr
When you're
action; put off doing hon,
under too much
something
chm emotional stress,
li;
you vacillate and
chn
procrastinate,
ch
especially when
it has something
to do with
money
To avoid answering a Ni
Stop beating
question; to waste
quanh
around the bush
time.
co, lng and answer my
vng.
question.
Time to start from the Quay
It flunked
start.
li
English this
bt u semester. Well,
li.
back to the old
drawing board.
An extremely good
Mt
Portable phones

thing since
sliced
bread.

new thing.

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It takes two
to tango.

Both people involved


in a bad situation are
responsible for it.

30

Every
cloud has a
silver
lining .

You can derive some


benefit from every
bad thing that
happens to you.

iu g
tt
nht
cho n
thi
im
ni.
Mt vn
lin
quan
n 2
ngi
th c
hai cn
hp tc
vi
nhau
gii
quyt.
Trong
ci ri
c ci
may.

are marketed as
the best thing
since sliced
bread.

She blames
Tracy for
stealing her
husband. Well,
it takes two to
tango.

Im sorry your
business is going
badly, but dont
despair. Every
cloud has a
silver lining.