TIẾNG ANH 10 i-LEARN SMART WORLD – Kiểm tra cuối kỳ 1 (Final Test)

Tiếng Anh 10 – i-Learn Smart World

FIRST SEMESTER FINAL TEST

Note: Each correct answer earns 0.2 points.

 

I. PRONUNCIATION (0.8 points)

A. Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

1. A. dust B. untidy C. refuse D. customer

2. A. promised B. decided C. provided D. donated

B. Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.

3. A. allow B. improve C. arrange D. helpful

4. A. generous B. entertain C. charity D. furniture

 

II. USE OF ENGLISH (3.8 points)

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

5. Anna failed the last exam. Therefore, she was __________to pass it this year. She studied really hard.

A. determined B. relaxed C. grateful D. exhausted

6. The main aim of our green group is to __________ the environment.

A. recycle B. donate C. protect D. raise

7. Student A: __________ any volunteer work?

Student B: Yes, I __________ at a soup kitchen in May.

A. Have you ever done / have volunteered B. Have you ever done / volunteered

C. Are you doing / volunteered D. Did you do / was volunteering

8. The government didn’t __________ female athletes compete in the Olympics until 1900.

A. allow B. let C. have D. agree

9. According to USAID, about 62 million girls around the world don’t have access __________ proper education and healthcare.

A. for B. with C. in D. to

10. I asked Josh to help me with the cooking, but he __________.

A. agreed B. refused C. offered D. arranged

11. If your laptop is still __________, they will replace the faulty parts free of charge.

A. on sale B. crashed C. under warranty D. restart

12. All donations to East Africa Hunger Relief Fund will __________ hunger relief efforts in five East Africa countries, including Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and South Sudan.

A. support B. donate C. provide D. promise

13. Nothing bothers Sammy. She’s very __________.

A. impatient B. helpful C. proud D. easygoing

14. Tony is such a nice kid. He always _________ to help out with the housework.

A. refuses B. offers C. enjoys D. asks

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

15. My brother has never taken part in a fun run before, so he was really excited.

A. set up B. participated C. organized D. supported

16. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is an organization which works to protect endangered animals.

A. harm B. raise C. bring up D. save

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

17. Maria is really generous. She has already donated a lot of money to an organization which helps immigrants.

A. kind B. mean C. charitable D. unfriendly

18. Frank’s parents were so proud and delighted when he passed the final exam with flying colors.

A. pleased B. joyful C. dissatisfied D. hopeful

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following exchanges.

19. After seeing the pollution of the ocean on holiday, I decided to join a campaign to rise
A B C D
public awareness of the problem.

20. I prefer reading non-fiction books than fiction; I like reading about things which actually
A B C
happened
.

D

 

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.

21. Student A: I think everyone can do more to protect the environment.
Student B: __________

A. Yes, I don’t mind.

B. You can say that again.

C. I wasn’t sure about that.

D. I often do too.

22. Student A: Excuse me, would you mind helping me? I can’t open this door.

Student B: __________

A. That would be great.

B. Could you give me a hand?

C. I suppose so.

D. Of course not!

23. Student A: How long have you collected stamps?

Student B: _________

A. Five years ago. B. When I was in grade 5.

C. Since I have free time. D. For five years.

 

III. WORD FORMATION (0.4 points)

Write the correct forms of the words in brackets.

24. Throughout history, women have faced lots of barriers and gender discrimination. Despite these challenges, however, they have made amazing __________ in different fields. (ACHIEVE)

25. Don’t be __________. You should think of others first. (SELF)

 

IV. READING (3.0 points)

A.    Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 30.

Sea Watch Foundation is a national organization which was (26) __________ in 1991. Its main aim is to improve the (27) __________ and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises in British and Irish waters. Professional researchers work together with volunteers to identify and monitor the numbers and locations of these animals (28) __________ they can gain valuable knowledge of the ocean environment, the impact of climate change on the seas, the effects of chemical pollution, over-fishing and accidental capture in fishing gear. The project also increases awareness and understanding of marine mammals and the threats they face. Volunteers can work both in the office and in the field. There is also a (29) __________ of regional coordinators and volunteer observers all around the UK coastline. They provide data and support to Sea Watch through recording and reporting all sightings of whales, dolphins and porpoises. Sea Watch Foundation has also run courses (30) __________ over twenty years, making it one of the most experienced organizations for training observers and students interested in sea animals in the country. If you would like to be a volunteer, the most straightforward way to get involved is to contact the organization’s co-ordinator in your area and join him or her for a sea watch. Anyone with enthusiasm and a pair of binoculars can take part in.

 

26. A. found B. supported C. set up D. made

27. A. conservation B. conserve C. conservative D. conserved

28. A. in order to B. so that C. because D. therefore

29. A. relationship B. link C. network D. connection

30. A. in B. since C. during D. for

 

B. Read the following passage. For each of the questions from 31 to 35, write T if the statement is TRUE, F if the statement is FALSE and NI if there is NO INFORMATION on it.

Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005) was an African- American civil rights activist. Ms. Parks was a 42-year-old worker in Montgomery, Alabama when she caught a bus on December 1, 1955. Shortly after she sat down, a white man got on the bus and had to stand. At that time, there were segregation laws which required African-Americans to make room for white passengers. Ms. Parks refused to comply with the bus driver’s demands for her to move. She said, “No, I am tired of being treated like a second-class citizen”. She was convicted of breaking the law. Therefore, she had to go to jail for one day and was fined $10. However, her act of bravery sparked a famous bus boycott that lasted 381 days. It also led to the end of segregation laws throughout America’s South. In 1956, the Supreme Court declared that African Americans could sit wherever they wanted. In 1964, the Civil Rights Act banned all racial discrimination in public places. The mayor of Detroit praised her courage and strength. He said she was a symbol of the civil rights movement. He also said: “Just by a simple act of sitting down she stood up for so many people”. Ms. Parks is called the mother of America’s civil rights movement. In 1999, the US Senate described her as a living icon for freedom in America.

 

31. Ms. Parks agreed to give up her seat to the white passenger. _________

32. She was the first person to challenge America’s segregation laws. _________

33. She was arrested and imprisoned for 381 days. _________

34. Her act launched an event that changed the segregation laws of the country. _________

35. Ms. Parks was honored as ‘a living icon for freedom in America’ by the US Senate. _________

C. Read the following passage. Match the types of shoppers (A-E) to the suitable information (36-40).

Some people love shopping, some hate it, some do it quickly and some enjoy it. Overall, there are five common types of shoppers.

A. The bargain hunter

Bargain hunters are not after a particular item, nor are they loyal to a specific brand. Price is their most important purchasing factor. They don’t like to waste money, so they always shop around to find the best deal they can. They also look for special offers in the shops and online.

B. The well-informed scholar

They need to find out everything about a product before they buy it. They read reviews in magazines and blogs to check what people say, scan general pricing information and even talk to friends who own the products before visiting the store.

C. The impulse buyer

Unlike the well-informed scholars, the impulse shoppers make unplanned purchases based on items that attract them in the moment. They’re not interested in all the details about a product. When they see something they like, they buy it. Maybe they don’t need it, it’s just so cute.

D. The loyalist

Shopping is easy for them because they always buy the same thing from the same brands. They know which shops they like; they only go to those stores and make regular purchases. The sales assistants might even know them by name and have a good relationship with them.

E. The man on the mission

Before entering the store, they already have a note of what to buy, and they stick to that. Shopping is not something they enjoy. They want the fastest and smoothest shopping experience, so they can leave the store and get back to doing other things. They might even place the order online and pick up the same day.

 

Which type of shoppers …

36. doesn’t like to change their shopping habits? _______

37. buys things that they don’t need? _______ ____

38. looks for the cheapest products? _______

39. wants lots of information about the product they want to buy? _______

40. doesn’t want to spend much time on shopping? _______

 

 

V. WRITING (1 point)

A. Rewrite the following sentences without changing the meaning. Use the given word(s) if any.

41. In the past, women didn’t have the right to vote in elections. (ALLOWED)

In the past, women__________________________________________________________ .

42. We started raising money for disabled students in this school two months ago.

We have___________________________________________________________________ .

43. “I was so delighted to win the competition”, said Laura.

Laura said that _____________________________________________________________ .

B. Use the given words or phrases to make complete sentences.

44. Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe / give / speech / campaign meeting / be shot twice / from behind.

__________________________________________________________________________ .

45. Nuôi Em project / provide / nutritious meals / children / remote mountainous areas / since 2014.

__________________________________________________________________________ .

 

 

VI. LISTENING (1 point)

You will listen to two people talking about their voluntary work. Complete the table with suitable information. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/ OR A NUMBER for each blank.

 

 

Andrew

Erin

Name of the project

The (46) _____________ Project

The Bear Project

 

Location

Kakamega, Kenya

The Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center, India

Duration

(47) _____________

Three weeks

 

Working hours

8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

(49) _____________

 

Responsibilities

* Dig wells

* Build and (48) _____________ water filters

* Prepare and distribute food to bears

* Do the gardening and plant trees

* (50) _____________ enclosures and facilities

* Make hammocks

 

EXTRA QUESTIONS (1 point)

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

51. Yolanda doesn’t like doing crossword puzzles at all.
A. Yolanda doesn’t mind doing crossword puzzles.

B. Doing crossword puzzles is Yolanda’s least favorite hobby.

C. Yolanda can’t do crossword puzzles at all.

D. Yolanda can’t stand doing crossword puzzles.

52. It’s been a week since I last tidied my room.

A. I was tidying my room last week.

B. I haven’t tidied my room for a week.

C. I didn’t tidied my room since last week.

D. I tidied my room for a week.

 

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following questions.

53. Women in the UK started __________.

A. to fight for gender equality in 1903.

B. asking for gender equality since 1903.

C. to having gender equality from 1903.

D. to earn gender equality before 1903.

54. He asked the teacher __________.

A. when American women had got the right to own property

B. when did American women get the right to own property

C. when American women got the right to own property

D. when American women have got the right to own property

55. _________ I have ever received.

A. It was better customer service than

B. This is good customer service

C. This is the best customer service

D. This customer service is better than

 

***End – Of – Test***

 

 

ANSWER KEY

 

UNITS

VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR

Unit 1

FAMILY LIFE

– Household chores and the roles of family members

– Family and personality traits

– Sound /l/

– Adverbs of frequency

– Linking words: because – so

– Present simple tense

Unit 2

ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE

– Leisure activities

– Make and decline invitations

– Conjunctions to connect an event (now that, before, after)

– Different sounds of -ed

– Gerunds

– To-infinitives

 

Unit 3

SHOPPING

– Shopping habits

– Shopping tips

– Make a complaint in a store

– Comparative and superlative adjectives

– When-clause

Unit 4

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND CHARITIES

– The work of charities

– How charities have helped

– The Present Simple and the Present Continuous

– The Present Perfect for completed and unfinished events

Unit 5

GENDER EQUALITY

– History of gender equality

– Someone’s achievements and their feelings about them

– Infinitives (to-infinitive and bare infinitive)

– Adjectives of attitude

– Reported speech

 


Tiếng Anh 10 – i-Learn Smart World

FIRST SEMESTER FINAL TEST

Note: Each correct answer earns 0.2 points.

 

I. PRONUNCIATION (0.8 points)

A. Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

1. A. dust B. untidy C. refuse D. customer

2. A. promised B. decided C. provided D. donated

B. Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.

3. A. allow B. improve C. arrange D. helpful

4. A. generous B. entertain C. charity D. furniture

 

II. USE OF ENGLISH (3.8 points)

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

5. Anna failed the last exam. Therefore, she was __________ to pass it this year. She studied really hard.

A. determined B. relaxed C. grateful D. exhausted

6. The main aim of our green group is to __________ the environment.

A. recycle B. donate C. protect D. raise

7. Student A: __________ any volunteer work?

Student B: Yes, I __________ at a soup kitchen in May.

A. Have you ever done / have volunteered B. Have you ever done / volunteered

C. Are you doing / volunteered D. Did you do / was volunteering

8. The government didn’t __________ female athletes compete in the Olympics until 1900.

A. allow B. let C. have D. agree

9. According to USAID, about 62 million girls around the world don’t have access __________ proper education and healthcare.

A. for B. with C. in D. to

10. I asked Josh to help me with the cooking, but he __________.

A. agreed B. refused C. offered D. arranged

11. If your laptop is still __________, they will replace the faulty parts free of charge.

A. on sale B. crashed C. under warranty D. restart

12. All donations to East Africa Hunger Relief Fund will __________ hunger relief efforts in five East Africa countries, including Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and South Sudan.

A. support B. donate C. provide D. promise

13. Nothing bothers Sammy. She’s very __________.

A. impatient B. helpful C. proud D. easygoing

14. Tony is such a nice kid. He always _________ to help out with the housework.

A. refuses B. offers C. enjoys D. asks

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

15. My brother has never taken part in a fun run before, so he was really excited.

A. set up B. participated C. organized D. supported

16. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is an organization which works to protect endangered animals.

A. harm B. raise C. bring up D. save

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

17. Maria is really generous. She has already donated a lot of money to an organization which helps immigrants.

A. kind B. mean C. charitable D. unfriendly

18. Frank’s parents were so proud and delighted when he passed the final exam with flying colors.

A. pleased B. joyful C. dissatisfied D. hopeful

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following exchanges.

19. After seeing the pollution of the ocean on holiday, I decided to join a campaign to rise
A B C
D
public awareness of the problem.

20. I prefer reading non-fiction books than fiction; I like reading about things which actually
A
B C
happened
.

D

 

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.

21. Student A: I think everyone can do more to protect the environment.”
Student B: __________

A. Yes, I don’t mind.

B. You can say that again.

C. I wasn’t sure about that.

D. I often do too.

22. Student A: Excuse me, would you mind helping me? I can’t open this door.

Student B: __________

A. That would be great.

B. Could you give me a hand?

C. I suppose so.

D. Of course not!

23. Student A: How long have you collected stamps?

Student B: _________

A. Five years ago. B. When I was in grade 5.

C. Since I have free time. D. For five years.

 

III. WORD FORMATION (0.4 points)

Write the correct forms of the words in brackets.

24. Throughout history, women have faced lots of barriers and gender discrimination. Despite these challenges, however, they have made amazing ____achievements______ in different fields. (ACHIEVE)

25. Don’t be ____selfish______. You should think of others first. (SELF)

 

IV. READING (3.0 points)

A.    Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 30.

Sea Watch Foundation is a national organization which was (26) __________ in 1991. Its main aim is to improve the (27) __________ and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises in British and Irish waters. Professional researchers work together with volunteers to identify and monitor the numbers and locations of these animals (28) __________ they can gain valuable knowledge of the ocean environment, the impact of climate change on the seas, the effects of chemical pollution, over-fishing and accidental capture in fishing gear. The project also increases awareness and understanding of marine mammals and the threats they face. Volunteers can work both in the office and in the field. There is also a (29) __________ of regional coordinators and volunteer observers all around the UK coastline. They provide data and support to Sea Watch through recording and reporting all sightings of whales, dolphins and porpoises. Sea Watch Foundation has also run courses (30) __________ over twenty years, making it one of the most experienced organizations for training observers and students interested in sea animals in the country. If you would like to be a volunteer, the most straightforward way to get involved is to contact the organization’s co-ordinator in your area and join him or her for a sea watch. Anyone with enthusiasm and a pair of binoculars can take part in.

 

26. A. found B. supported C. set up D. made

27. A. conservation B. conserve C. conservative D. conserved

28. A. in order to B. so that C. because D. therefore

29. A. relationship B. link C. network D. connection

30. A. in B. since C. during D. for

 

B.    Read the following passage. For each of the questions from 31 to 35, write T if the statement is TRUE, F if the statement is FALSE and NI if there is NO INFORMATION on it.

Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005) was an African- American civil rights activist. Ms. Parks was a 42-year-old worker in Montgomery, Alabama when she caught a bus on December 1, 1955. Shortly after she sat down, a white man got on the bus and had to stand. At that time, there were segregation laws which required African-Americans to make room for white passengers. Ms. Parks refused to comply with the bus driver’s demands for her to move. She said, “No, I am tired of being treated like a second-class citizen”. She was convicted of breaking the law. Therefore, she had to go to jail for one day and was fined $10. However, her act of bravery sparked a famous bus boycott that lasted 381 days. It also led to the end of segregation laws throughout America’s South. In 1956, the Supreme Court declared that African Americans could sit wherever they wanted. In 1964, the Civil Rights Act banned all racial discrimination in public places. The mayor of Detroit praised her courage and strength. He said she was a symbol of the civil rights movement. He also said: “Just by a simple act of sitting down she stood up for so many people”. Ms. Parks is called the mother of America’s civil rights movement. In 1999, the US Senate described her as a living icon for freedom in America.

 

31. Ms. Parks agreed to give up her seat to the white passenger. False__

32. She was the first person to challenge America’s segregation laws. NI____ ____

33. She was arrested and imprisoned for 381 days. False__

34. Her act launched an event that changed the segregation laws of the country.

True___

35. Ms. Parks was honored as ‘a living icon for freedom in America’ by the US Senate.

True___

 

C.    Read the following passage. Match the types of shoppers (A-E) to the suitable information (36-40).

Some people love shopping, some hate it, some do it quickly and some enjoy it. Overall, there are five common types of shoppers.

A. The bargain hunter

Bargain hunters are not after a particular item, nor are they loyal to a specific brand. Price is their most important purchasing factor. They don’t like to waste money, so they always shop around to find the best deal they can. They also look for special offers in the shops and online.

B. The well-informed scholar

They need to find out everything about a product before they buy it. They read reviews in magazines and blogs to check what people say, scan general pricing information and even talk to friends who own the products before visiting the store.

C. The impulse buyer

Unlike the well-informed scholars, the impulse shoppers make unplanned purchases based on items that attract them in the moment. They’re not interested in all the details about a product. When they see something they like, they buy it. Maybe they don’t need it, it’s just so cute.

D. The loyalist

Shopping is easy for them because they always buy the same thing from the same brands. They know which shops they like; they only go to those stores and make regular purchases. The sales assistants might even know them by name and have a good relationship with them.

E. The man on the mission

Before entering the store, they already have a note of what to buy, and they stick to that. Shopping is not something they enjoy. They want the fastest and smoothest shopping experience, so they can leave the store and get back to doing other things. They might even place the order online and pick up the same day.

 

Which type of shoppers …

36. doesn’t like to change their shopping habits? D_____

37. buys things that they don’t need? C_____ ____

38. looks for the cheapest products? A_____

39. wants lots of information about the product they want to buy? B_____

40. doesn’t want to spend much time on shopping? E_____

 

 

V. WRITING (1 point)

A. Rewrite the following sentences without changing the meaning. Use the given word(s) if any.

41. In the past, women didn’t have the right to vote in elections. (ALLOWED)

In the past, women weren’t allowed to vote in elections.

In the past, women weren’t allowed to have the right to vote in elections.

42. We started raising money for disabled students in this school two months ago.

We have raised money for disabled students in this school for two months.

43. “I was so delighted to win the competition”, said Laura.

Laura said that she had been so delighted to win the competition.

B. Use the given words or phrases to make complete sentences.

44. Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe / give / speech / campaign meeting / be shot twice / from behind.

Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was giving a speech at a campaign meeting when he was shot twice from behind.

While Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was giving a speech at a campaign meeting, he was shot twice from behind.

45. Nuôi Em project / provide / nutritious meals / children / remote mountainous areas / since 2014.

Nuôi Em project has provided nutritious meals to children in remote mountainous areas since 2014.

 

VI. LISTENING (1 point)

You will listen to two people talking about their voluntary work. Complete the table with suitable information. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/ OR A NUMBER for each blank.

 

 

Andrew

Erin

Name of the project

The (46) ____Water_________ Project

The Bear Project

 

Location

Kakamega, Kenya

the Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center, India

Duration

(47) __One/ A month___________

Three weeks

 

Working hours

8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

(49) __9 a.m. to 4 p.m.___________

 

Responsibilities

* Dig wells

* Build and (48) ___install________ water filters

* Prepare and distribute food to bears

* Do the gardening and plant trees

* (50) ___Fix__________ enclosures and facilities

* Make hammocks

 

EXTRA QUESTIONS (1 point)

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

51. Yolanda doesn’t like doing crossword puzzles at all.
A. Yolanda doesn’t mind doing crossword puzzles.

B. Doing crossword puzzles is Yolanda’s least favorite hobby.

C. Yolanda can’t do crossword puzzles at all.

D. Yolanda can’t stand doing crossword puzzles.

52. It’s been a week since I last tidied my room.

A. I was tidying my room last week.

B. I haven’t tidied my room for a week.

C. I didn’t tidied my room since last week.

D. I tidied my room for a week.

 

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following questions.

53. Women in the UK started __________.

A. to fight for gender equality in 1903.

B. asking for gender equality since 1903.

C. to having gender equality from 1903.

D. to earn gender equality before 1903.

54. He asked the teacher __________.

A. when American women had got the right to own property

B. when did American women get the right to own property

C. when American women got the right to own property

D. when American women have got the right to own property

55. _________ I have ever received.

A. It was better customer service than

B. This is good customer service

C. This is the best customer service

D. This customer service is better than

 

***End – Of – Test***

 

Audio scripts

Listening:

My name is Andrew and I’m working on the Water Project in Kakamega, Kenya. I’m working with twenty other volunteers for one month. For so many people in Kenya, clean and safe water is impossible to find. Every day, women and children have to walk miles to find water in streams and ponds which are full of dirty water, and then bring heavy water buckets back home. The new water system can change that. We work six hours every day, from 8 a.m. to around 2 p.m., then in the afternoon we are free for sightseeing, relaxing or travelling through this country. Our main responsibilities include digging wells as well as building and installing water filters so that the villages can have clean water.

I’m Erin and I’m working on the Bear Project at the Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center in India. I’m on the project for three weeks, and there are some amazing people there. There are five volunteers in a team. The work is interesting. Volunteers are trained and supervised by the experienced animal keepers. Every day, we start our work at 9 a.m. First, we prepare food for the bears. We cut fruits, load the food to trucks, then assist keepers to distribute food to the bears. Then, we help do the gardening and plant vegetables, flowers and small trees. We also fix the enclosures, facilities, and make hammocks for Sloth bears to rest in. It’s hard work, but it’s great to learn more about bears. Our work finishes at about 4 p.m.

 

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