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    Free Practice Tests for learners of English
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    First Swine Flu Vaccinations Ready by September

    The World Health Organization says it expects the first anti-Swine Flu vaccines to be available in September. WHO says clinical trials to test their efficacy and safety are going on in five countries. The World Health Organizations says vaccine manufacturers are on track to develop a vaccine for the H1N1 virus, commonly known as swine flu. It says more than 400 shipments of different viruses [vaccine viruses are the starting materials that the manufacturers need to produce vaccines] have been made to all manufacturers and some of the experimental vaccines...

    8 Things in Your Home That May Be Harming You

    8 Things in Your Home That May Be Harming You Home sweet home, right? Well, sort of. You may be unaware of the potential health dangers lurking in your abode — from critters in the kitchen to bugs in the bedroom. Here’s what you need to know and what to do. By Sarah Jio v Your kitchen sponge Maybe you’ve heard about the germs on your kitchen sponge (gross news flash—there may be as many as 20 million microbes on it right now). But here’s the deal:...

    Alternative treatments for common Ailments

    Alternative Treatments for Common Ailments By: Published: Friday, 2 October 2009 From garlic to honey, to lemonade and chicken soup, there are time-honored treatments from grandma’s remedy chest to heal yourself and speed your recovery from common ailments. Just head to the kitchen next time you are feeling ill, and whip up a remedy for what ails you. Below are some of the most common and easily prepared remedies for everything from stomachache to cold and congestion to household burns. One of the best known is CHICKEN SOUP....

    When ‘Mama’s pet’ goes to school

    2121227 Fearing their small ‘princesses’ and ‘princes’ may be contaminated by their playmates, some parents supervise their children’s every hour. Often however, such protection just makes the kids lonely and peculiar, reports an article in vnMedia. Students of Kim Lien Primary School Hundreds of worries Parents always fear that their children will face risks when they are out of their sight. Some go to extremes to protect the children from danger. Nam’s mother worries constantly that her son will be injured if he plays games with friends...

    MOET dictates elementary school English

    The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) will make English a compulsory subject for elementary school students from the third grade through high school, beginning in 2019. The preparations are widespread. Primary schools predict 21,092 English classes with 581,538 students will operate during the 2009-2010 academic year. Another 28,864 classes with 750,600 students will learn English in 2010-2011. Primary school students will take four hours of English per week. From 2010-2011, MOET expects that English will be taught to some 20 percent of third grade students, with gradual, yearly...

    Could new “western teaching methods” replace old ways?

    Traditional methods are being challenged at Luong Dinh Cua Primary School in HCM City whose new teaching style is said to be more western. At the state owned school, all students, including the very youngest, are now learning in groups. Students in classes sit across from each other making it easier to exchange views. In general, there are 11 or 12 groups in every class and four children in every group. With each session the groups change. Head master Vu Thi My Hanh thinks the ever-changing small groups...

    A treat for everyone

    Banh xeo anywhere is characterized by the aroma of the rice and turmeric in the batter, and the taste of the spiced up filling The overflowing pancake known as banh xeo is as Vietnamese as it gets yet even foreigners rave about it after the first mouthful. Banh xeo is a delicious concoction that resembles an omelet at first glance but is actually a rice-flour pancake colored yellow by turmeric and filled with pork slivers, shrimp, egg, mung beans and sprouts. It’s a deceptive dish with an...

    Vietnam swine flu death toll rises to 22

    2117229 Two more people have died of the influenza A H1N1 virus, bringing Vietnam’s death toll from the swine flu to 22, the Ministry of Health announced Friday. One of them was a 19-year-old youth from the northern province of Bac Giang, who was admitted to the Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi two days after he showed symptoms of fever and coughing on October 4. He died the day after, on Wednesday. Blood tests confirmed that he had contracted the H1N1 virus, according to the ministry. The other, a 36-year-old...

    Study says schools don’t prepare students for their futures

    2117192 Many students in Vietnam are not ready to plan for their future as schools rely too much on book-smarts and fail to equip them with real-life skills, educators told a Hanoi conference Friday. The Education Research Institute at Ho Chi Minh City Education University said a study it conducted through last November found that 86 percent of the students are “optimistic and have good dreams for their future” but not all of them possess “soft skills and the ability to take risks” in order to plan for that...

    Two nuclear power plants to be built in Ninh Thuan

    Vietnam’s first two nuclear power plants with a total capacity of 4,000 megawatts will be built in the central coastal province of Ninh Thuan. The plants are expected to start commercial operations in 2020, according to the Vietnam News Agency, construction of the plants will begin in 2014. “The construction of the plants is the best and necessary option to ensure the national power security,” Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Truing Hay told a conference in the province on Thursday. The most modern and safest technologies in the world would...

    Diễn từ về Ngày tựu trường của Tổng thống Obama

    - Prepared remarks of President Obama's back to school event - Here are prepared remarks that President Obama is to deliver at noon ET Tuesday a Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia. Source: The White House - Diễn từ về Ngày tựu trường của Tổng thống Obama - Đây là diễn từ tổng thống Obama sẽ phát biểu vào buổi trưa ngày thứ ba tại trường trung học Wakefiled ở Arlington, Virginia. - Hello everyone - how's everybody doing today? I'm here with students at Wakefield High School in Arlington,...