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600 Từ vựng TOEIC– Lesson 34: Cooking as a Career
Words in Context 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 34: Cooking as a Career
Read the following passage and write the words in the blanks below.
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When people start thinking about careers, they may be looking for an (1) _____ for their creativity. Many people are (2) _____ to cooking as a career and see it as a (3) _____, not merely a trade. The restaurant business is (4) _____ and needs a constant (5) _____ of new talent.
Chefs (6) _____ ingredients and (7) _____ of cooking from around the world into successful menus. Most chefs offer meals that are variations on standard (8) _____. They will try to stretch their patrons’ range of food tastes by taking food that is still recognized as traditional and infusing it with something new, like a rare spice or seasoning. People (9) _____ to certain tastes and textures aren’t going to (10) _____ their preferences immediately.
Chefs attend (11) _____ school or train in restaurants with experienced chefs, in an (12) _____. For those of you who like hands-on creativity, being a chef might be a good choice.
Word Families 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 34: Cooking as a Career
Word Practice 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 34: Cooking as a Career
Part 1 Photo
Look at the picture and listen to the sentences. Choose the sentence that best describes the picture.
Đáp án: A
Part 2 Question—Response
Listen to the question and the three responses, Choose the response that best answers the question.
Part 3 Conversation
Listen to the dialogue. Then read each question and choose the best answer.
4. According to the conversation, what do good chefs do?
(A) Demand a lot from their assistants
(B) Manage their restaurants well.
(C) Attract customers.
(D) Influence new chefs.
5. What does the woman think of cooking as a career?
(A) It pays well.
(B) It’s hard to manage.
(C) It’s not worth the effort.
(D) It’s very demanding.
6. What does the man plan to do?
(A) Take more rests.
(B) Eat at restaurants more often.
(C) Become a chef.
(D) Practice cooking
Part 4 Talk
Listen to the talk. Then read each question and choose the best answer.
7. Who is this talk for?
(A) Cooking instructors.
(B) People who work in the culinary arts.
(C) People looking for a profession.
(D) Career counsellors.
8. What kind of people are attracted to the cooking profession?
9. What does the speaker recommend to become a professional chef?
(A) Becoming an apprentice.
(B) Heading cookbooks.
(C) Visiting restaurants around the world.
(D) Attending a culinary school.
Part 5 Incomplete Sentences
Choose the word that best completes the sentence.
10. Susannah is having a hard time becoming _____ to the long hours of her job at the restaurant.
(C) accustoms to
(D) accustomed to
11. The student accepted a six-month _____ with a famous chef.
12. The patrons at this restaurant are often _____, but they usually tip well.
13. I love this chef’s cooking style, which _____ so many different tastes.
14. The experienced chef was _____ about the way he prepared his award-winning dish.
15. The _____ attitude of the staff is one of the keys to a restaurant’s success.
Part 6 Text Completion
More and more people are choosing to become professional chefs. The number of students enrolled in culinary schools is growing every year. People choose this career for different reasons. Some _____ (16) to a cooking career because of a love of food. Others find that cooking is the perfect _____ (17) for their creativity. People traditionally think of Paris as the city where professional chefs are trained. However, tine culinary schools can be found all over the world. The _____ (18) of a cooking career are great, but there are also many rewards.
(B) are drawn
(C) have drawn
(D) are drawing
Part 7 Reading Comprehension
Welcome to the National Institute of the Culinary Arts. You have chosen to enter a highly rewarding profession. People are drawn to this career for many different reasons, but You all have something in common – an appreciation of ﬁne food. At the institute you will have the opportunity to study with some of the most highly skilled chefs in the world. In order to take the best advantage of this opportunity, you need to approach it with an open mind. Be ready to relinquish your old ideas about cooking and take in new ideas about the most artistic methods of preparing food. While at the institute, you will become accustomed to long hours, hard work, and also wonderful results. By the time you have ﬁnished with your coursework and are ready to start your apprenticeship, you will feel that you have accomplished much more than you ever expected to here at the institute. Please take the time to look over the following pages carefully as they contain all the information you need about course requirements, textbooks apprenticeship opportunities, and the instructors at the institute.
19. Who is the audience for this article?
(C) Working chefs.
(D) Restaurant patrons.
20. What kind of place is the institute?
(A) A restaurant.
(B) A bookstore.
(C) An art school.
(D) A cooking school.
21. What does the writer ask the readers to do?
(A) Start cooking.
(B) Order more courses.
(C) Keep reading
(D) Enjoy fine food.
22. The word relinquish in line 10 is closest in meaning to
(A) Iet go
(B) add to
23. The words accustomed to in line 13 are closest in meaning to
(A) interested in
(B) tired from
(C) bored by
(D) used to
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