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THI CHON HC SINH GII LP 12(VNG 2) NM HC 2011-2012 ****** *** MN: TING ANH Thi gian lm bi: 180 pht Ngy thi: 10/10/2011 .......................................................................... ( Ch : Hc sinh lm bi trn t giy thi, khng lm trn thi) A. LISTENING * You will hear a lecture being given to a group of parents about keeping children safe in water. For questions 1-10, complete the lecture notes. KIDS AND WATER SAFETY Prevention is There should be one supervising adult to every At the beach, make sure the child is You should not swim when there is The European blue flag means the beach is 1 2 3 4 5

* You will hear five people talking about exercise. For question 11-15 choose from the list from A to F which the statement applied to which person. Use the letters only once. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use. A B C D E F This person is addicted to exercise This person exercises against their will This person exercises vigorously despite their age This person competes professionally This person sees sport as social event This person's good health depends on exercise Speaker 1 Speaker 2 Speaker 3 Speaker 4 Speaker 5 6 7 8 9 10

B. PHONETICS * Choose the word that has a different stress pattern from the others in the group. 11. A. method B. invention C. intense D. effective 12. A. writer B. carefully C. compete D. origin 13. A. director B. machinery C. encourage D. excellent 14. A. intelligent B. population C. opportunity D. economics 15. A. advisable B. admirable C. reliable D. desirable C. GRAMMAR- VOCABULARY - LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS I. Choose the best option ( A,B,C or D) to complete the sentence. 16 . If my English were better, I.................a good job last week. A.could have got B.can get C.could get 17. Would you like a beer? Not while Im ___________ A. in the act B. in order C. on duty 18. How much do you earn, Mary? Id___________

D. got D. under

A. rather dont say B. better not to say C. rather not say D. prefer not say 19. Some friends of mine are really fashion-conscious, while __________ are quite simple. A. some other B. some others C. anothers D. the other 20. Thanks for your help. ____________ A. With all my heart B. Its my pleasure C. Never remind me D. All it is for 21. I think women should not go to work. I __________ A. quite agree B. a little agreed C. so agree D. rather 22. Please fill in your employment history, including your___________ employer as well as any previous ones you might have had. A. private B. daily C. constant D. current 23. ___________ his advice, I would never have got a job. A. Except B. Apart from C. But for D. As for 24. Sarah is a young girl with________ and a straight nose. A. almond-shaped eyes B. almond-eyed shape C. eyes shaped almond D. almond-shape eyed 25. You shouldn't ___________ to your teacher like that. It was very rude. A. have talked B. talk C. have be talked D. talked 26. John: Do you think that we should use public transportation to protect our environment? Laura: ______ A. Theres no doubt about it. B. Well, thats very surprising. C. Of course not. You bet! D. Yes, its an absurd idea. 27. Dont worry. I have ______ tire at the back of my car. A. another B. the other C. other D. others 28. There should be an international law against ______. A. afforestation B. deforestation C. forestry D. reforestation 29. "How's your class this term?"- "Great. I have seventeen students, most of. . . . . . . . . . . . . speak English very well. " A. who B. whom C. those D. which 30. What do you think of your new bookkeeper? He works _____ his figures never need _____ A. such efficiently that / to check B. such an efficient that / to be checked C. so efficient that / checking D. so efficiently that / to be checked II. Give the correct form of the words in brackets

31. To my _____, the monkey peeled a banana and offered it to me. (AMAZE) 32. He left the room without_____. (EXPLAIN) 33. Ill always remember that journey- it was an _____ experience. ( FORGET) 34. My teacher is very _____ about the history of Vietnam. (KNOW) 35. She wanted to have her skirt _____. (LONG) 36. I am sorry about my _____, but I hate being kept waiting. (PATIENT) 37. The evening was _____ spent playing and talking. (ENJOY)
38. There are very few_________ places left on the Earth. Man has been nearly everywhere. (EXPLORE) 39. Hes quite an _________ person. He plays a lot of sport everyday. (ENERGY) 40. Traveling in big cities is becoming more_________ everyday. (TROUBLE) III. Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting. 41. Barum opened his own circus in 1871 and become the most famous showman of his time. A B C D 42. The capital city, Lome, is on the coast close with the Ghanaian border. A B C D 43. Many people agree that writing letters are a nice way of keeping in touch. A B C D 44. A galaxy, where may include billions of stars, is held together by gravitational attraction. A B C D 45. There were too many books on the shelves that I didn't know which one to choose. A B C D

D. READING. I. Read the following passage and decide which option A,B,C or D best fits each space. MUSIC A UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE Music is universal it is produced by all cultures. Some scientists believe that music came before speech and (46) _________ as a development of mating calls. In fact, there is one theory that the (47) _________ languages were chanted or sung rather than spoken. Indeed, in some cultures, music is a form of (48) _________ history. The Aboriginal Australian, for example, use music as a mean to (49) _________on stories to the land and spirits to the next (50) _________. New evidence suggests that music does not just (51) _________ the feel good factor but it is also good for the brain. A study of intellectually (52) _________children showed that they could recall more information after it was gi\ven to them in a song than after it was read to them a story. Researchers also report that people (53) _________ better on a standard intelligence (54) _________after listening to mazart. The so called Mozart effect, has also been supported by findings that rats brought up on Mozart run faster through a complex network of paths or passages, (55) _________as a maze. Overall, it seems that in most instances who suffer from any form of metal illness benefit from listening to music. 46. A. was B. swelled C. reacted D. arose 47. A. earliest B. newest C. easiest D. simplest 49. A. enjoying B. making C. recording D. stating 49. A. move B. pass C. hand D. happen 50. A. children B. people C. tribe D. generation 51. A. convince B. satisfy C. please D. prefer 52. A. disabled B. inactive C. incapable D. disordered 53. A. examine B. prepare C. score D. achieve 54. A. form B. scheme C. demonstration D. test 55. A. called B. heard C. regarded D. known III. Read the passage and then choose thecorrect anaswer Since the dawn of time, people have found ways to communicate with one another. Smoke signals and tribal drums were some of the earliest forms of communication. Letters, carried by birds or by humans on foot or on horseback, made it possible for people to communicate larger amounts of information between two places. The telegram and telephone set the stage for more modern means of communication. With the invention of the cellular phone, communication itself has become mobile. For you, a cell phone is probably just a device that you and your friends use to keep in touch with family and friends, take pictures, play games, or send text message. The definition of a cell phone is more specific: it is a hand- held wireless communication device that sends and receives signals by way of small special areas called cells. Walkie - talkies, telephones and cell phones are duplex communication devices: They make it possible for two people to talk to each other. Cell phones and walkie- talkies are different from regular phones because they can be used in many different locations. A walkie- talkie is sometimes called a half- duplex communication device because only one person can talk at a time. A cell phone is a full- duplex device because it uses both frequencies at the same time. A walkie-talkie has only one channel. A cell phone has more than a thousand channels. A walkie- talkie can transmit and receive signals across a distance of about a mile. A cell phone can transmit and receive signals over hundreds of miles. In 1973, an electronic company called Motorola hired Martin Cooper to work on wireless communication. Motorola and Bell Laboratories ( now AT& T) were in a race to invent the first portable communication device. Martin Cooper won the race and became the inventor of the cell phone. On April 3, 1973, Cooper made the first cell phone call to his opponent at AT& T while walking down the streets of New York city. People on the sidewalks gazed at cooper in amazement. Cooper's phone was called A Motorola Dyna- Tac. It weighed a whopping 2.5 pounds ( as compared to today's cell phones that weigh as little as 3 or 4 ounces) After the invention of his cell phone, Cooper began thinking of ways to make the cell phone available to the general public. After a decade, Motorola introduced the first cell phone for commercial use. The early cell phone and its service were both expensive. The cell phone itself cost about $ 3, 500. In 1977, AT & T constructed a cell phone system and tried it out in Chicago with over 2, 000 customers. In 1981, a second cellular phone system was started in the Washington, D.C and Baltimore area. It took nearly 37 years for cell phones to become available for general public use. Today, there are more than sixty million cell phone customers with cell phones producing over thirty billion dollars per years.

56. What is the main idea of the passage? A. The increasing number of people using cell phone. B. the difference between cell phones and telephones. C. the history of a cell phone D. how Cooper competed with AT& T. 57. What definition is true of a cell phone? A. The first product of two famous corporation B. A hand- held wireless communication device C. Something we use just for playing games. D. A version of walkie- talkie 58. What is wrong about a walkie- talkie? A. It has one channel B. It was first designed in 1973. C. It can be used within a distance of a mile. D. Only one person can talk at a time. 59. The word" duplex" is closest meaning to..................... A. having two parts B. quick C. modern D. having defects 60. To whom did Cooper make his first cell phone call? A. his assistant at Motorola B. a person on New York street. C. a member of Bell Laboratories. D. the director of his company 61. How heavy is the first cell phone compared to today's cell phones? A. ten times as heavy as B. as heavy as C. much lighter D. 2 pounds heavier 62. When did Motorola introduce the first cell phones for commercial use? A. in the same years when he first made a cell- phone call B. in 1981 C. in 1983 D. in the same year when AT& T constructed a cell phone system. 63. When did AT& T widely start their cellular phone system? A. in 2001 B. in 1977 C. in 1981 D. 37 years after their first design 64. What does the word" gazed" mean? A. looked with admiration B. angrily looked C. glanced D. started conversation 65.The phrase " tried it out" refers to A. made effort to sell the cell-phone B. reported on AT& T C. tested the cell-phone system D. introduced the cell-phone system III. Fill each the numbered blanks in the following passage with ONE suitable word . Food plays an important part in the development of nations. In countries where food is (1)..... ... people have to spend most of their time getting enough to eat . This usually slows down progress, because men have little time to (2)............. to science, industry, government, and art . In nations where food is plentiful and easy to get , men have more time to spend in activities that lead to progress and enjoyment of leisure . The problem of (5).............. good food for everybody has not yet been solved . Many wars have been fought for food . But it is no longer necessary to go to war for food . Nations are beginning to put scientific knowledge to work for a solution of their food problems . They work (9)............... in the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to help hungry nations (10)................more food. E. WRITING I. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it. 71. I had only just put the phoned down when the boss rang back. - Hardly ................................................................................................................................... 72. I will marry her and I don't care how old she is. - No matter ............................................................................................................................... 73. Nick told one of the detectives that he had taken the cashbox. - Nick admitted ........................................................................................................................ 74. Whatever you say, Ill never change my mind.

- For....................................................................... 75. We spent three hours getting to HO CHI MINH City. - It took 76. John has not had his hair cut for over six months - It is.. 77. A train leaves at eight oclock every morning. - There is 78. It is believed that the man was killed by terrorists. - The man .................................................................................................................... 79. Nobody does it better than you. - There isn't ................................................. 80. Congratulations! You've passed the first exam! the teacher said to me. - The teacher ......................................................... II. In many countries, teenagers have jobs while they are still students. Do you think it is a good idea? Support your opinion by using specific reasons and details. (in a passage about 150 words)

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THI CHON HC SINH GII LP 12(VNG 2) NM HC 2011-2012 ****** *** MN: TING ANH Thi gian lm bi: 180 pht Ngy thi: 10/10/2011 .......................................................................... ( Ch : Hc sinh lm bi trn t giy thi, khng lm trn thi) A. LISTENING B. PHONETICS * Choose the word that has a different stress pattern from the others in the group. 11. A. method B. invention C. intense D. effective 12. A. writer B. carefully C. compete D. origin 13. A. director B. machinery C. encourage D. excellent 14. A. intelligent B. population C. opportunity D. economics 15. A. advisable B. admirable C. reliable D. desirable C. GRAMMAR- VOCABULARY - LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS I. Choose the best option ( A,B,C or D) to complete the sentence. 16 . If my English were better, I.................a good job last week. A.could have got B.can get C.could get D. got 17. Would you like a beer? Not while Im ___________ A. in the act B. in order C. on duty D. under 30. How much do you earn, Mary? Id___________ A. rather dont say B. better not to say C. rather not say D. prefer not say 31. Some friends of mine are really fashion-conscious, while __________ are quite simple. A. some other B. some others C. anothers D. the other 32. Thanks for your help. ____________ A. With all my heart B. Its my pleasure C. Never remind me D. All it is for 33. I think women should not go to work. I __________ A. quite agree B. a little agreed C. so agree D. rather 34. Please fill in your employment history, including your___________ employer as well as any previous ones you might have had. A. private B. daily C. constant D. current 35. ___________ his advice, I would never have got a job. A. Except B. Apart from C. But for D. As for 36. Sarah is a young girl with________ and a straight nose. A. almond-shaped eyes B. almond-eyed shape C. eyes shaped almond D. almond-shape eyed

37. You shouldn't ___________ to your teacher like that. It was very rude. A. have talked B. talk C. have be talked D. talked 38. John: Do you think that we should use public transportation to protect our environment? Laura: ______ A. Theres no doubt about it. B. Well, thats very surprising. C. Of course not. You bet! D. Yes, its an absurd idea. 39. Dont worry. I have ______ tire at the back of my car. A. another B. the other C. other D. others 40. There should be an international law against ______. A. afforestation B. deforestation C. forestry D. reforestation 41. "How's your class this term?"- "Great. I have seventeen students, most of. . . . . . . . . . . . . speak English very well. " A. who B. whom C. those D. which 30. What do you think of your new bookkeeper? He works _____ his figures never need _____ A. such efficiently that / to check B. such an efficient that / to be checked C. so efficient that / checking D. so efficiently that / to be checked II. Give the correct form of the words in brackets

31. To my _____, the monkey peeled a banana and offered it to me. (AMAZE) 32. He left the room without_____. (EXPLAIN) 33. Ill always remember that journey- it was an _____ experience. ( FORGET) 34. My teacher is very _____ about the history of Vietnam. (KNOW) 35. She wanted to have her skirt _____. (LONG) 36. I am sorry about my _____, but I hate being kept waiting. (PATIENT) 37. The evening was _____ spent playing and talking. (ENJOY)
38. There are very few_________ places left on the Earth. Man has been nearly everywhere. (EXPLORE) 39. Hes quite an _________ person. He plays a lot of sport everyday. (ENERGY) 40. Traveling in big cities is becoming more_________ everyday. (TROUBLE) III. Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting. 43. Barum opened his own circus in 1871 and become the most famous showman of his time. A B C D 44. The capital city, Lome, is on the coast close with the Ghanaian border. A B C D 43. Many people agree that writing letters are a nice way of keeping in touch. A B C D 44. A galaxy, where may include billions of stars, is held together by gravitational attraction. A B C D 45. There were too many books on the shelves that I didn't know which one to choose. A B C D D. READING. I. Read the following passage and decide which option A,B,C or D best fits each space. MUSIC A UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE Music is universal it is produced by all cultures. Some scientists believe that music came before speech and (46) _________ as a development of mating calls. In fact, there is one theory that the (47) _________ languages were chanted or sung rather than spoken. Indeed, in some cultures, music is a form of (48) _________ history. The Aboriginal Australian, for example, use music as a mean to (49) _________on stories to the land and spirits to the next (50) _________. New evidence suggests that music does not just (51) _________ the feel good factor but it is also good for the brain. A study of intellectually (52) _________children showed that they could recall more information after it was gi\ven to them in a song than after it was read to them a story. Researchers also report that people (53) _________ better on a standard intelligence (54) _________after listening to mazart. The so called Mozart effect, has also been supported by findings that rats brought up

on Mozart run faster through a complex network of paths or passages, (55) _________as a maze. Overall, it seems that in most instances who suffer from any form of metal illness benefit from listening to music. 46. A. was B. swelled C. reacted D. arose 47. A. earliest B. newest C. easiest D. simplest 49. A. enjoying B. making C. recording D. stating 49. A. move B. pass C. hand D. happen 50. A. children B. people C. tribe D. generation 51. A. convince B. satisfy C. please D. prefer 52. A. disabled B. inactive C. incapable D. disordered 53. A. examine B. prepare C. score D. achieve 54. A. form B. scheme C. demonstration D. test 55. A. called B. heard C. regarded D. known III. Read the passage and then choose thecorrect anaswer Since the dawn of time, people have found ways to communicate with one another. Smoke signals and tribal drums were some of the earliest forms of communication. Letters, carried by birds or by humans on foot or on horseback, made it possible for people to communicate larger amounts of information between two places. The telegram and telephone set the stage for more modern means of communication. With the invention of the cellular phone, communication itself has become mobile. For you, a cell phone is probably just a device that you and your friends use to keep in touch with family and friends, take pictures, play games, or send text message. The definition of a cell phone is more specific: it is a hand- held wireless communication device that sends and receives signals by way of small special areas called cells. Walkie - talkies, telephones and cell phones are duplex communication devices: They make it possible for two people to talk to each other. Cell phones and walkie- talkies are different from regular phones because they can be used in many different locations. A walkie- talkie is sometimes called a half- duplex communication device because only one person can talk at a time. A cell phone is a full- duplex device because it uses both frequencies at the same time. A walkie-talkie has only one channel. A cell phone has more than a thousand channels. A walkie- talkie can transmit and receive signals across a distance of about a mile. A cell phone can transmit and receive signals over hundreds of miles. In 1973, an electronic company called Motorola hired Martin Cooper to work on wireless communication. Motorola and Bell Laboratories ( now AT& T) were in a race to invent the first portable communication device. Martin Cooper won the race and became the inventor of the cell phone. On April 3, 1973, Cooper made the first cell phone call to his opponent at AT& T while walking down the streets of New York city. People on the sidewalks gazed at cooper in amazement. Cooper's phone was called A Motorola Dyna- Tac. It weighed a whopping 2.5 pounds ( as compared to today's cell phones that weigh as little as 3 or 4 ounces) After the invention of his cell phone, Cooper began thinking of ways to make the cell phone available to the general public. After a decade, Motorola introduced the first cell phone for commercial use. The early cell phone and its service were both expensive. The cell phone itself cost about $ 3, 500. In 1977, AT & T constructed a cell phone system and tried it out in Chicago with over 2, 000 customers. In 1981, a second cellular phone system was started in the Washington, D.C and Baltimore area. It took nearly 37 years for cell phones to become available for general public use. Today, there are more than sixty million cell phone customers with cell phones producing over thirty billion dollars per years. 56. What is the main idea of the passage? A. The increasing number of people using cell phone. B. the difference between cell phones and telephones. C. the history of a cell phone D. how Cooper competed with AT& T. 57. What definition is true of a cell phone? A. The first product of two famous corporation B. A hand- held wireless communication device C. Something we use just for playing games. D. A version of walkie- talkie 58. What is wrong about a walkie- talkie? A. It has one channel B. It was first designed in 1973. C. It can be used within a distance of a mile. D. Only one person can talk at a time.

59. The word" duplex" is closest meaning to..................... A. having two parts B. quick C. modern D. having defects 60. To whom did Cooper make his first cell phone call? A. his assistant at Motorola B. a person on New York street. C. a member of Bell Laboratories. D. the director of his company 61. How heavy is the first cell phone compared to today's cell phones? A. ten times as heavy as B. as heavy as C. much lighter D. 2 pounds heavier 62. When did Motorola introduce the first cell phones for commercial use? A. in the same years when he first made a cell- phone call B. in 1981 C. in 1983 D. in the same year when AT& T constructed a cell phone system. 63. When did AT& T widely start their cellular phone system? A. in 2001 B. in 1977 C. in 1981 D. 37 years after their first design 64. What does the word" gazed" mean? A. looked with admiration B. angrily looked C. glanced D. started conversation 65.The phrase " tried it out" refers to A. made effort to sell the cell-phone B. reported on AT& T C. tested the cell-phone system D. introduced the cell-phone system III. Fill each the numbered blanks in the following passage with ONE suitable word . Food plays an important part in the development of nations. In countries where food is (1)..... ... people have to spend most of their time getting enough to eat . This usually slows down progress, because men have little time to (2)............. to science, industry, government, and art . In nations where food is plentiful and easy to get , men have more time to spend in activities that lead to progress and enjoyment of leisure . The problem of (5).............. good food for everybody has not yet been solved . Many wars have been fought for food . But it is no longer necessary to go to war for food . Nations are beginning to put scientific knowledge to work for a solution of their food problems . They work (9)............... in the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to help hungry nations (10)................more food.

E. WRITING I. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it. 71. I had only just put the phoned down when the boss rang back. - Hardly ................................................................................................................................... 72. I will marry her and I don't care how old she is. - No matter ............................................................................................................................... 73. Nick told one of the detectives that he had taken the cashbox. - Nick admitted ........................................................................................................................ 74. Whatever you say, Ill never change my mind. - For....................................................................... 75. We spent three hours getting to HO CHI MINH City. - It took 76. John has not had his hair cut for over six months - It is.. 77. A train leaves at eight oclock every morning. - There is 80. It is believed that the man was killed by terrorists. - The man .................................................................................................................... 81. Nobody does it better than you. - There isn't ................................................. 80. Congratulations! You've passed the first exam! the teacher said to me.

- The teacher ......................................................... II. In many countries, teenagers have jobs while they are still students. Do you think it is a good idea? Support your opinion by using specific reasons and details. (in a passage about 150 words)

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5. I'll hand over all my files to my assistant before I _________ A. am leaving B. leave C. will leave D. shall leave 7. _______ you try, you can never get them all right. A. How hard B. however hard C. For as hard as D. so hard as 13. Was the man ______ by the committee accept the job? A. appointing B. appointed C. was appointed D. to appointed 14. I have two horses, _________ of them run very fast. A. all B. each C. both D. one control 42. ________ a novelty in American retailing, fixed prices are now universal in sales. A. It was once B. Once it was C. That once D. Once 43. Jane will have to repeat the course because her work has been __________ A. unpleasant B. unnecessary C. unusual D. uns 44. Were going to the seaside. Can ___________? A. I come as well B. also I come C. I too come D. I as well come 45. It was a great _________ to have a doctor living near us. A. convenient B. convenience C. conveniently D. conveniences 46. Barney and friends gave children___________ pleasure. A. a great deal of B. a large quantity C. a large deal of D. a great number of

___________ the weather forecast it will rain heavily later this morning. A. On account of B. Due to C. According to D. Because of 47. They didnt find ______ in a foreign country. A. it easy to live B. it easy live C. it to live easy D. easy to live 48. Buy me a newspaper on your way back, ______? A. will you B. dont you C. cant you D. do you 19. When his daughter returned after midnight for the third time, Henry decided to _______down the laws and refused to allow her out at all. A. set B. put C. hand D. lay 75. A. badness B. hurt C. II. Choose the best answer from A, B, C or D to fill in the gap in the following passage. Around the age of sixteen, you must make one of the biggest decisions of your life. Do I stay on at school and hopefully go on to university (56)_____? Do I leave and start work or beginning a training (57)_____ ? The decision is yours, but it may be (58)_____ remembering two things: there is more unemployment (59)_____ who havent been to university, and people who have the right (60)_____ will have a big advantage in the competition for jobs. If you decide to go (61)_____ into a job, there are many opportunities for training. Getting qualifications will (62)_____ you to get on more quicky in many careers, and evening classes allow you to learn (63)_____ you earn. Starting work and taking a break to study when you are older is (64)_____ possibility . This way, you can save up money for your student days, as well as (65)_____ practical work experience. 56. A. after B. later C. then D. past 57. A. school B. class C. course D. term 58. A. worth B. necessary C. important D. useful 59. A. between B. among C. with D. through 60. A. notes B. papers C. arts D. skills 61. A. straight B. just C. direct D. rather 62. A. make B. help C. let D. give 63. A. where B. while C. when D. what 64. A. also B. again C. another D. always 65. A. getting B. making C. taking D. doing II. There are 5 blanks in the passage below. From the words given in the box, choose the most suitable word for each blank. There are more words than blanks, so you dont need all of them (5 points). A.creative B. maitaining C.sustaining D.lumber E. accumulation F. native G. endanger II.Write a passage ( 130- 150 words) about the differences between a traditional family and a modern family . ............The end................. 10. No matter how old she is, I will marry her. 5. Nick admitted having taken the cashbox 12. 70. 73 70. It is over six months since John had his hair cut 73. There is an eight oclock train every morning a train which leaves at eight oclock every morning In some countries, teenagers have jobs while they are still students. Do you think it is a good idea? Support your opinion by using specific reasons and details. (in about 150 words)