Trắc nghiệm Kĩ năng đọc hiểu Unit 7 Tiếng Anh 12 mới

Đề bài

Câu 1 :

Read the following passage and choose among A, B, C or D the correct answer to each of the questions.

FIRST TIME IN THE AIR

When John Mills was going to fly in an aero plane for the first time, he was frightened.

He did not like the idea of being thousands of feet up in the air. "I also didn't like the fact that I wouldn't be in control," says John.

"I'm a terrible passenger in the car. When somebody else is driving, I tell them what to so. It drives everybody crazy."

However John couldn't avoid flying any longer. It was the only way he could visit his grandchildren in Canada.

"I had made up my mind that I was going to do it, I couldn't let my son, his wife and their three children travel all the way here to visit me. It would be so expensive for them and I know Tom's business isn't doing so well at the moment - it would also be tiring for the children - it's a nine-hour flight!" he says.

To get ready for the flight John did lots of reading about aero planes. When he booked his seat, he was told that he would be flying on a Boeing 747, which is better known as a jumbo jet. "I needed to know as much as possible before getting in that plane. I suppose it was a way of making myself feel better. The Boeing 747 is the largest passenger aircraft in the world at the moment. The first one flew on February 9th 1969 in the USA. It can carry up to 524 passengers and 3.400 pieces of luggage. The fuel for aero planes is kept in the wings and the 747 is wings are so big that they can carry enough fuel for an average car to be able to travel 16,000 kilometers a year for 70 years. Isn't that unbelievable? Even though I had discovered all this very interesting information about the jumbo, when I saw it for the first time, just before I was going to travel to Canada, I still couldn't believe that something so enormous was going to get up in the air and fly. I was even more impressed when I saw how big it was inside with hundreds of people!"

The biggest surprise of all for John was the flight itself. "The take-off itself was much smoother than I expected although I was still quite scared until we were in the air. In the end, I managed to relax, enjoy the food and watch one of the movies and the view from the window was spectacular. I even managed to sleep for a while! Of course," continues John, "the best reward of all was when I arrived in Canada and saw my son and his family, particularly my beautiful grandchildren. Suddenly, I felt so silly about all the years when I couldn't even think of getting on a plane. I had let my fear of living stop me from seeing the people I love most in the world. I can visit my son and family as often as I like now!"

Câu 1.1

Why did John Mills fly in an aero plane?

  • A

    He wanted to go on holiday.

  • B

    He wanted to try it.

  • C

     He wanted to see his family.

  • D

    He had to travel on business.

Câu 1.2

Why did John read about aero plane?

  • A

    He wanted to know how they work.

  • B

    It was his hobby

  • C

    It made him feel safer.

  • D

    He had found a book on them.

Câu 1.3

What happened when he saw the jumbo jet for the first time?

  • A

    He felt much safer.

  • B

    He liked the shape of it.

  • C

    He couldn't believe how big it was.

  • D

    He thought the wings were very small

Câu 1.4

What surprised John most about the flight?

  • A

    That he liked the food.

  • B

    That he was able to sleep.

  • C

    That there was a movie being shown.

  • D

    That the view was good.

Câu 1.5

How did John feel about his fears in the end?

  • A

    He thought he had wasted time being afraid.

  • B

    He realized it was okay to be afraid.

  • C

    He hoped his grandchildren weren't afraid of flying.

  • D

     He realized that being afraid kept him safe.

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Câu 2 :

Read the following passage and choose among A, B, C or D the correct answer to each of the questions.

There has been much debate over the past few decades concerning fears that nation will

lead to robots replacing human workers on a massive scale.

The increasing use of robotics, computers and artificial intelligence is a reality, but its full

implications are far from cut and dried. Some forecasts present the future in a utopian way,

claiming that robots will take over the tedious heavy work thus freeing up human time and

potential, allowing for more creativity and innovation,  the other end of spectrum are those who

foresee an employment apocalypse, predicting that almost fifty percent of all American jobs

could vanish within the next few decades. Former Microsoft chairman Bill Gates states that in 20

years robots could be in place in a number of job categories, particularly those at lower end of

the scale in terms of skills. The bottom line is that while the future is always uncertain, robots are a fixture of our society, which is not going to disappear. As with the Industrial Revolution, where machines were utilized in many tasks in place of manual laborers and social upheaval followed, the Digital Revolution is likely to place robots in various jobs. In spite of that, many of today's jobs were not in existence before the Industrial Revolution, such as those of programmers, engineers and data scientists. This leads other experts to criticize this alarmist approach of robot scare-mongering, which is invariably compared to the 19th -century "Luddites". This group was textile workers who feared being displaced by machines and resorted to violence, burning down factories and destroying industrial equipment - their rejection of inevitable progress has come to symbolize mindless ignorance.

Needless to say, exactly what new kinds of jobs might exist in the future is difficult to envision at present. Therefore, the crux of the issue is not whether jobs will be lost, but whether the creation of new vacancies will outpace the ever-increasing number of losses and what skills will be required in the future.

 

It is clearly not all doom and gloom, as demand for employees with skills in data analysis, coding, computer science, artificial intelligence and human-machine interface is rising and will continue to do so. Furthermore, the demand for skills in Jobs where humans surpass computers, such as those involving care, creativity and innovative craftmanship, are likely to increase considerably. Ultimately, the key lies in the adaptation of the workforces, through appropriate education and training, to keep pace with our world's technological progress.

Câu 2.1

What is the main concern associated with technological advances in the workplace?

  • A

    safety at work

  • B

    increased unemployment

  • C

    the use of artificial intelligence

  • D

    robots taking over the world

Câu 2.2

What do optimists predict technology will allow?

  • A

    workplaces to become more relaxing

  • B

    a greater enjoyment of life

  • C

    flexible working hours

  • D

    high- tech products

Câu 2.3

What can be inferred from the comments made by Bill Gates?

  • A

    Changes will occur for many decades.

  • B

    There will be increasing amounts of unskilled workers.

  • C

    Highly skilled workers have less to worry about.

  • D

    Technology will have a negative effect in the workplace.

Câu 2.4

Why is the example of the Industrial Revolution given?

  • A

    It was also a time of great change in the workplace.

  • B

    It had far less of an effect than the Digital Revolution.

  • C

    It leads to widespread unemployment in the world.

  • D

    It resulted in a more violent society.

Câu 2.5

5. What is the modern-day view of the Luddites?

  • A

    They managed to protect their jobs.

  • B

    Their refusing to adapt to change is seen in a negative way.

  • C

    Their adapting to new technology saved their jobs.

  • D

    Their actions are inspiring many workers today.

Câu 2.6

According to the article, which quality will technology never be able to replace?

  • A

    teamwork

  • B

     human compassion

  • C

    the desire to manufacture goods

  • D

    human intelligence

Câu 2.7

What is the main idea of this article?

  • A

    There are few negative consequences to the Digital Revolution.

  • B

     Learning about technology is a natural part of human development.

  • C

    Workers will need to adapt to technological changes.

  • D

    Unemployment will increase dramatically as technology advances.

Lời giải và đáp án

Câu 1 :

Read the following passage and choose among A, B, C or D the correct answer to each of the questions.

FIRST TIME IN THE AIR

When John Mills was going to fly in an aero plane for the first time, he was frightened.

He did not like the idea of being thousands of feet up in the air. "I also didn't like the fact that I wouldn't be in control," says John.

"I'm a terrible passenger in the car. When somebody else is driving, I tell them what to so. It drives everybody crazy."

However John couldn't avoid flying any longer. It was the only way he could visit his grandchildren in Canada.

"I had made up my mind that I was going to do it, I couldn't let my son, his wife and their three children travel all the way here to visit me. It would be so expensive for them and I know Tom's business isn't doing so well at the moment - it would also be tiring for the children - it's a nine-hour flight!" he says.

To get ready for the flight John did lots of reading about aero planes. When he booked his seat, he was told that he would be flying on a Boeing 747, which is better known as a jumbo jet. "I needed to know as much as possible before getting in that plane. I suppose it was a way of making myself feel better. The Boeing 747 is the largest passenger aircraft in the world at the moment. The first one flew on February 9th 1969 in the USA. It can carry up to 524 passengers and 3.400 pieces of luggage. The fuel for aero planes is kept in the wings and the 747 is wings are so big that they can carry enough fuel for an average car to be able to travel 16,000 kilometers a year for 70 years. Isn't that unbelievable? Even though I had discovered all this very interesting information about the jumbo, when I saw it for the first time, just before I was going to travel to Canada, I still couldn't believe that something so enormous was going to get up in the air and fly. I was even more impressed when I saw how big it was inside with hundreds of people!"

The biggest surprise of all for John was the flight itself. "The take-off itself was much smoother than I expected although I was still quite scared until we were in the air. In the end, I managed to relax, enjoy the food and watch one of the movies and the view from the window was spectacular. I even managed to sleep for a while! Of course," continues John, "the best reward of all was when I arrived in Canada and saw my son and his family, particularly my beautiful grandchildren. Suddenly, I felt so silly about all the years when I couldn't even think of getting on a plane. I had let my fear of living stop me from seeing the people I love most in the world. I can visit my son and family as often as I like now!"

Câu 1.1

Why did John Mills fly in an aero plane?

  • A

    He wanted to go on holiday.

  • B

    He wanted to try it.

  • C

     He wanted to see his family.

  • D

    He had to travel on business.

Đáp án : C

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Tại sao John Mills bay bằng máy bay hàng không?

A. Anh ấy muốn đi nghỉ.

B. Anh ấy muốn thử nó.

C. Anh ấy muốn gặp gia đình của mình.

D. Anh ấy phải đi công tác.

Thông tin: However John couldn't avoid flying any longer. It was the only way he could visit his grandchildren in Canada.

Tạm dịch: Tuy nhiên John không thể tránh bay lâu hơn nữa. Đó là cách duy nhất ông có thể đến thăm các cháu của mình ở Canada.

Câu 1.2

Why did John read about aero plane?

  • A

    He wanted to know how they work.

  • B

    It was his hobby

  • C

    It made him feel safer.

  • D

    He had found a book on them.

Đáp án : A

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Tại sao John đọc về máy bay hàng không?

A. Anh ấy muốn biết chúng hoạt động như thế nào. 

B. Đó là sở thích của anh ấy

C. Nó khiến anh ấy cảm thấy an toàn hơn. 

D. Anh ấy đã tìm thấy một cuốn sách về chúng.

Thông tin: To get ready for the flight John did lots of reading about aero planes.  "I needed to know as much as possible before getting in that plane. I suppose it was a way of making myself feel better… The fuel for aero planes is kept in the wings and the 747 is wings are so big that they can carry enough fuel for an average car to be able to travel 16,000 kilometers a year for 70 years.”

Tạm dịch: Để sẵn sàng cho chuyến bay, John đã đọc rất nhiều về máy bay hàng không. "Tôi cần biết càng nhiều càng tốt trước khi lên chiếc máy bay đó. Tôi cho rằng đó là cách khiến bản thân cảm thấy tốt hơn ... Nhiên liệu cho máy bay hàng không được giữ trong cánh và chiếc 747 có cánh lớn đến mức chúng có thể chở đủ nhiên liệu để một chiếc ô tô trung bình có thể đi được 16.000 km một năm trong 70 năm ”.

Câu 1.3

What happened when he saw the jumbo jet for the first time?

  • A

    He felt much safer.

  • B

    He liked the shape of it.

  • C

    He couldn't believe how big it was.

  • D

    He thought the wings were very small

Đáp án : C

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Điều gì đã xảy ra khi anh ấy nhìn thấy chiếc máy bay phản lực jumbo lần đầu tiên?

A. Anh ấy cảm thấy an toàn hơn nhiều. 

B. Anh ấy thích hình dạng của nó.

C. Anh ấy không thể tin được nó lớn như thế nào. 

D. Anh ấy nghĩ rằng đôi cánh rất nhỏ

Thông tin: Even though I had discovered all this very interesting information about the jumbo, when I saw it for the first time, just before I was going to travel to Canada, I still couldn't believe that something so enormous was going to get up in the air and fly. I was even more impressed when I saw how big it was inside with hundreds of people!"

Tạm dịch: Mặc dù tôi đã khám phá ra tất cả những thông tin rất thú vị về chiếc jumbo này, nhưng khi tôi nhìn thấy nó lần đầu tiên, ngay trước khi tôi chuẩn bị đi du lịch đến Canada, tôi vẫn không thể tin rằng một thứ gì đó to lớn như vậy sẽ cất cánh vào không trung và bay. Tôi thậm chí còn ấn tượng hơn khi tôi nhìn thấy nó lớn như thế nào bên trong với hàng trăm người! "

Câu 1.4

What surprised John most about the flight?

  • A

    That he liked the food.

  • B

    That he was able to sleep.

  • C

    That there was a movie being shown.

  • D

    That the view was good.

Đáp án : B

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Điều gì khiến John ngạc nhiên nhất về chuyến bay?

A. Anh ấy thích đồ ăn. 

B. Anh ấy đã có thể ngủ.

C. Việc có một bộ phim đang được chiếu. 

D. Cảnh quan rất đẹp.

Thông tin: In the end, I managed to relax, enjoy the food and watch one of the movies and the view from the window was spectacular. I even managed to sleep for a while! 

Tạm dịch: Cuối cùng, tôi đã cố gắng thư giãn, thưởng thức đồ ăn và xem một trong những bộ phim và khung cảnh từ cửa sổ thật ngoạn mục. Tôi thậm chí còn ngủ được một lúc! 

Câu 1.5

How did John feel about his fears in the end?

  • A

    He thought he had wasted time being afraid.

  • B

    He realized it was okay to be afraid.

  • C

    He hoped his grandchildren weren't afraid of flying.

  • D

     He realized that being afraid kept him safe.

Đáp án : A

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Cuối cùng thì John cảm thấy thế nào về nỗi sợ hãi của mình?

A. Anh ấy nghĩ rằng anh ấy đã lãng phí thời gian vì sợ hãi.

B. Anh ấy nhận ra rằng không sao cả khi sợ hãi.

C. Ông ấy hy vọng những đứa cháu của mình không sợ bay.

D. Anh ấy nhận ra rằng sợ hãi giúp anh ấy an toàn.

Thông tin: Suddenly, I felt so silly about all the years when I couldn't even think of getting on a plane.

Tạm dịch: Đột nhiên, tôi cảm thấy thật ngớ ngẩn về những năm tôi thậm chí không thể nghĩ đến việc lên máy bay.

Câu 2 :

Read the following passage and choose among A, B, C or D the correct answer to each of the questions.

There has been much debate over the past few decades concerning fears that nation will

lead to robots replacing human workers on a massive scale.

The increasing use of robotics, computers and artificial intelligence is a reality, but its full

implications are far from cut and dried. Some forecasts present the future in a utopian way,

claiming that robots will take over the tedious heavy work thus freeing up human time and

potential, allowing for more creativity and innovation,  the other end of spectrum are those who

foresee an employment apocalypse, predicting that almost fifty percent of all American jobs

could vanish within the next few decades. Former Microsoft chairman Bill Gates states that in 20

years robots could be in place in a number of job categories, particularly those at lower end of

the scale in terms of skills. The bottom line is that while the future is always uncertain, robots are a fixture of our society, which is not going to disappear. As with the Industrial Revolution, where machines were utilized in many tasks in place of manual laborers and social upheaval followed, the Digital Revolution is likely to place robots in various jobs. In spite of that, many of today's jobs were not in existence before the Industrial Revolution, such as those of programmers, engineers and data scientists. This leads other experts to criticize this alarmist approach of robot scare-mongering, which is invariably compared to the 19th -century "Luddites". This group was textile workers who feared being displaced by machines and resorted to violence, burning down factories and destroying industrial equipment - their rejection of inevitable progress has come to symbolize mindless ignorance.

Needless to say, exactly what new kinds of jobs might exist in the future is difficult to envision at present. Therefore, the crux of the issue is not whether jobs will be lost, but whether the creation of new vacancies will outpace the ever-increasing number of losses and what skills will be required in the future.

 

It is clearly not all doom and gloom, as demand for employees with skills in data analysis, coding, computer science, artificial intelligence and human-machine interface is rising and will continue to do so. Furthermore, the demand for skills in Jobs where humans surpass computers, such as those involving care, creativity and innovative craftmanship, are likely to increase considerably. Ultimately, the key lies in the adaptation of the workforces, through appropriate education and training, to keep pace with our world's technological progress.

Câu 2.1

What is the main concern associated with technological advances in the workplace?

  • A

    safety at work

  • B

    increased unemployment

  • C

    the use of artificial intelligence

  • D

    robots taking over the world

Đáp án : B

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Mối quan tâm chính liên quan đến những tiến bộ công nghệ tại nơi làm việc là gì?

A. an toàn tại nơi làm việc 

B. tăng thất nghiệp

C. sử dụng trí tuệ nhân tạo 

D. rô bốt tiếp quản thế giới

Thông tin: There has been much debate over the past few decades concerning fears that nation will lead to robots replacing human workers on a massive scale….predicting that almost fifty percent of all American jobs could vanish within the next few decades.

Tạm dịch: Đã có nhiều cuộc tranh luận trong vài thập kỷ qua liên quan đến lo ngại rằng quốc gia này sẽ dẫn đến việc robot thay thế nhân công trên quy mô lớn…. Dự đoán rằng gần 50% tổng số việc làm của người Mỹ có thể biến mất trong vòng vài thập kỷ tới.

Câu 2.2

What do optimists predict technology will allow?

  • A

    workplaces to become more relaxing

  • B

    a greater enjoyment of life

  • C

    flexible working hours

  • D

    high- tech products

Đáp án : D

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Những người lạc quan dự đoán công nghệ sẽ cho phép điều gì?

A. nơi làm việc trở nên thư giãn hơn 

B. cuộc sống tận hưởng hơn

C. giờ làm việc linh hoạt 

D. sản phẩm công nghệ cao

Thông tin: Some forecasts present the future in a utopian way, claiming that robots will take over the tedious heavy work thus freeing up human time and potential, allowing for more creativity and innovation….

Tạm dịch: Một số dự báo đưa ra tương lai theo cách không tưởng, tuyên bố rằng robot sẽ đảm nhận công việc nặng nhọc tẻ nhạt, do đó giải phóng thời gian và tiềm năng của con người, cho phép nhiều sáng tạo và đổi mới hơn….

Câu 2.3

What can be inferred from the comments made by Bill Gates?

  • A

    Changes will occur for many decades.

  • B

    There will be increasing amounts of unskilled workers.

  • C

    Highly skilled workers have less to worry about.

  • D

    Technology will have a negative effect in the workplace.

Đáp án : C

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Có thể rút ra điều gì từ những nhận xét của Bill Gates?

A. Những thay đổi sẽ xảy ra trong nhiều thập kỷ.

B. Số lượng lao động phổ thông ngày càng tăng.

C. Công nhân có tay nghề cao ít phải lo lắng hơn.

D. Công nghệ sẽ có ảnh hưởng tiêu cực ở nơi làm việc.

Thông tin: Former Microsoft chairman Bill Gates states that in 20 years robots could be in place in a number of job categories, particularly those at lower end of the scale in terms of skills.

Tạm dịch: Cựu chủ tịch Microsoft, Bill Gates, tuyên bố rằng trong 20 năm nữa, robot có thể có mặt trong một số hạng mục công việc, đặc biệt là những công việc ở cấp độ thấp hơn về kỹ năng.

Câu 2.4

Why is the example of the Industrial Revolution given?

  • A

    It was also a time of great change in the workplace.

  • B

    It had far less of an effect than the Digital Revolution.

  • C

    It leads to widespread unemployment in the world.

  • D

    It resulted in a more violent society.

Đáp án : A

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Tại sao lại đưa ra ví dụ về cuộc Cách mạng Công nghiệp?

A. Đó cũng là thời điểm có nhiều thay đổi ở nơi làm việc.

B. Nó có ít ảnh hưởng hơn so với Cách mạng Kỹ thuật số.

C. Dẫn đến tình trạng thất nghiệp tràn lan trên thế giới.

D. Nó dẫn đến một xã hội bạo lực hơn.

Thông tin: The bottom line is that while the future is always uncertain, robots are a fixture of our society, which is not going to disappear. As with the Industrial Revolution, where machines were utilized in many tasks in place of manual laborers and social upheaval followed, the Digital Revolution is likely to place robots in various jobs. In spite of that, many of today's jobs were not in existence before the Industrial Revolution, such as those of programmers, engineers and data scientists. 

Tạm dịch: Điểm mấu chốt là mặc dù tương lai luôn không chắc chắn, nhưng robot là một vật cố định của xã hội chúng ta, sẽ không biến mất. Cũng như cuộc Cách mạng Công nghiệp, nơi máy móc được sử dụng trong nhiều nhiệm vụ thay cho lao động chân tay và biến động xã hội kéo theo, cuộc Cách mạng Kỹ thuật số có khả năng đưa robot vào nhiều công việc khác nhau. Mặc dù vậy, nhiều công việc ngày nay không tồn tại trước Cách mạng Công nghiệp, chẳng hạn như công việc của các lập trình viên, kỹ sư và nhà khoa học dữ liệu.

Câu 2.5

5. What is the modern-day view of the Luddites?

  • A

    They managed to protect their jobs.

  • B

    Their refusing to adapt to change is seen in a negative way.

  • C

    Their adapting to new technology saved their jobs.

  • D

    Their actions are inspiring many workers today.

Đáp án : B

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Quan điểm hiện đại của Luddites là gì?

A. Họ đã quản lý để bảo vệ công việc của họ.

B. Việc họ không chịu thích nghi với sự thay đổi được nhìn nhận theo hướng tiêu cực.

C. Việc thích nghi với công nghệ mới đã tiết kiệm được công việc của họ.

D. Hành động của họ đang truyền cảm hứng cho rất nhiều người lao động ngày nay.

Thông tin: This leads other experts to criticize this alarmist approach of robot scare-mongering, which is invariably compared to the 19th -century "Luddites". This group was textile workers who feared being displaced by machines and resorted to violence, burning down factories and destroying industrial equipment - their rejection of inevitable progress has come to symbolize mindless ignorance.

Tạm dịch: Điều này khiến các chuyên gia khác chỉ trích cách tiếp cận của những người theo chủ nghĩa báo động về sự biến đổi nỗi sợ hãi của robot, luôn luôn được so sánh với "Luddites" của thế kỷ 19. Nhóm này là những công nhân dệt may, những người sợ bị máy móc di dời và dùng đến bạo lực, đốt phá nhà máy và phá hủy thiết bị công nghiệp - sự từ chối tiến bộ tất yếu của họ trở thành biểu tượng của sự ngu dốt vô tâm.

Câu 2.6

According to the article, which quality will technology never be able to replace?

  • A

    teamwork

  • B

     human compassion

  • C

    the desire to manufacture goods

  • D

    human intelligence

Đáp án : B

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Theo bài viết, chất lượng công nghệ nào sẽ không bao giờ có thể thay thế được?

A. tinh thần đồng đội B. sự nhiệt thành của con người

C. mong muốn sản xuất hàng hoá D. trí thông minh của con người

Thông tin: the demand for skills in Jobs where humans surpass computers, such as those involving care, creativity and innovative craftsmanship, are likely to increase considerably.

Tạm dịch: nhu cầu về các kỹ năng trong những công việc mà con người vượt qua máy tính, chẳng hạn như những kỹ năng liên quan đến sự tận tâm, sáng tạo và tay nghề cao, có thể sẽ tăng lên đáng kể.

Câu 2.7

What is the main idea of this article?

  • A

    There are few negative consequences to the Digital Revolution.

  • B

     Learning about technology is a natural part of human development.

  • C

    Workers will need to adapt to technological changes.

  • D

    Unemployment will increase dramatically as technology advances.

Đáp án : C

Phương pháp giải :

Kiến thức: Đọc hiểu

Lời giải chi tiết :

Ý chính của bài viết này là gì?

A. Có rất ít hậu quả tiêu cực đối với Cách mạng Kỹ thuật số.

B. Học hỏi về công nghệ là một phần tự nhiên của sự phát triển của con người.

C. Người lao động sẽ cần phải thích ứng với những thay đổi công nghệ.

D. Tỷ lệ thất nghiệp sẽ tăng mạnh khi công nghệ tiến bộ.

Ta thấy đáp án A, B, D chỉ là ý chính trong các đoạn văn ngắn trong bài đọc. Đáp án C mang ý nghĩa bao trùm, mở rộng và kết luận lại toàn bộ bài đọc

=> chọn C

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