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ESL 214: Water Under the Sink-Part 2


ESL 214: Water Under the Sink-Part 2


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Ed came home from his errands and put the groceries into the cupboard and the refrigerator. He grabbed a flathead screwdriver and a pair of pliers from his toolbox. In the kitchen, he got down on his hands and knees and turned on the flashlight. After a couple of minutes of looking, he decided what to do. He had never opened up a disposal before, but there is a first time for everything.

The cylindrical disposal was about 7 inches in diameter and had a horizontal seam dividing the top half from the bottom half. The halves were held together by three screws. Ed jiggled the bottom half of the disposal; it was loose because two of the three screws were corroded. Only one screw was still doing its duty. Ed unscrewed it.

The bottom half of the disposal was now lying on the cabinet floor. Ed thought for sure that it would be full of months-old food, but there was no food, only a hardened, torn, useless gasket. The next day Ed went to the hardware store to buy some screws and a new gasket. The employee told him that they did not carry those gaskets and suggested that he write to the manufacturer. Ed returned home. He created his own gasket by using gasket sealant that comes in a tube. He applied the sealant, screwed the two halves back together, and crossed his fingers.

The next day he turned on the water and switched on the disposal. When he saw the water pouring out of the seam, Ed knew one thing: it was time to buy a new disposal. The good thing was that new disposals started at $79. The bad thing was that it would have to be installed by a plumber. Plumber rates started at about $80 an hour. Ed decided that since the disposal used a lot of energy and the world needed to use less energy, from now on he would put his scraps into the kitchen garbage bag. He reminded himself to tell everyone at work tomorrow about how he was now helping to solve the world's energy problems.

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*Vocabulary:

• corrode:
• cylindrical:
• diameter:
• energy:
• gasket:
• grab:
• grocery:
• horizontal:
• install:
• jiggle:
• manufacturer:
• pliers:
• plumber:
• refrigerator:
• remind:
• scraps:
• screwdriver:
• seam:

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*Yes/No Questions:

• Did Ed grab a flat screwdriver?

• Were the pliers in Ed’s toolbox?

• Did Ed get down on his hands?

• Was Ed looking for a couple of minutes?

• Had Ed ever opened up a disposal before?

• Is there a first time for everything?

• Does the disposal have a cylindrical shape?

• Is the disposal about seven inches across?

• Does the disposal have a vertical seam?

• Are the halves held together by three bolts?

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*Fill in blanks:

Ed came home from his errands and put ____ groceries into the cupboard and the refrigerator. He____ a flathead screwdriver and a pair of pliers ____ his toolbox. In the kitchen, he got down____ his hands and knees and turned on the ____ . After a couple of minutes of looking, he ____ what to do. He had never opened up ____ disposal before, but there is a first time ____ everything.

The cylindrical disposal was about 7 inches ____ diameter and had a horizontal seam dividing the ____ half from the bottom half. The halves were ____ together by three screws. Ed jiggled the bottom ____ of the disposal; it was loose because two ____ the three screws were corroded. Only one screw ____ still doing its duty. Ed unscrewed it.

The____ half of the disposal was now lying on ____ cabinet floor. Ed thought for sure that it ____ be full of months-old food, but there was ____ food, only a hardened, torn, useless gasket. The ____ day Ed went to the hardware store to ____ some screws and a new gasket. The employee ____ him that they did not carry those gaskets____ suggested that he write to the manufacturer. Ed ____ home. He created his own gasket by using ____ sealant that comes in a tube. He applied ____ sealant, screwed the two halves back together, and____ his fingers.

The next day he turned on ____ water and switched on the disposal. When he ____ the water pouring out of the seam, Ed____ one thing: it was time to buy a ____ disposal. The good thing was that new disposals____ at $79. The bad thing was that it ____ have to be installed by a plumber. Plumber ____ started at about $80 an hour. Ed decided ____ since the disposal used a lot of energy____ the world needed to use less energy, from ____ on he would put his scraps into the ____ garbage bag. He reminded himself to tell everyone ____ work tomorrow about how he was now helping ____ solve the world’s energy problems.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:

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ESL 214: Water Under the Sink-Part 2

*Vocabulary:


• corrode: ăn mòn
• cylindrical: hình trụ
• diameter: đường kính
• energy: năng lượng
• gasket: miếng đệm bằng cao su
• grab: quơ lấy
• grocery: hàng thịt
• horizontal: nằm ngang
• install: cài đặt
• jiggle: lắc nhẹ
• manufacturer: sản xuất
• pliers: cái kềm
• plumber: thợ máy nước, máy sưởi
• refrigerator: tủ lạnh
• remind: nhắc
• scraps: rác thải
• screwdriver: tuộc nơ vít
• seam: vết nối, nếp nhăn

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*Yes/No Questions:

• Did Ed grab a flat screwdriver? Yes

• Were the pliers in Ed’s toolbox? Yes

• Did Ed get down on his hands? Yes

• Was Ed looking for a couple of minutes? Yes

• Had Ed ever opened up a disposal before? No

• Is there a first time for everything? Yes

• Does the disposal have a cylindrical shape? Yes

• Is the disposal about seven inches across? No

• Does the disposal have a vertical seam? No

• Are the halves held together by three bolts? No

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*Fill in blanks:

Ed came home from his errands and put _the___ groceries into the cupboard and the refrigerator. He__grabbed__ a flathead screwdriver and a pair of pliers _from___ his toolbox. In the kitchen, he got down___on_ his hands and knees and turned on the __flashlight__ . After a couple of minutes of looking, he __decided__ what to do. He had never opened up _a___ disposal before, but there is a first time _for___ everything.

The cylindrical disposal was about 7 inches __in__ diameter and had a horizontal seam dividing the ___top_ half from the bottom half. The halves were __held__ together by three screws. Ed jiggled the bottom __half__ of the disposal; it was loose because two __of__ the three screws were corroded. Only one screw __was__ still doing its duty. Ed unscrewed it.

The___bottom__ half of the disposal was now lying on ___the_ cabinet floor. Ed thought for sure that it ____would__ be full of months-old food, but there was __no__ food, only a hardened, torn, useless gasket. The __next__ day Ed went to the hardware store to __buy__ some screws and a new gasket. The employee __told__ him that they did not carry those gaskets__and__ suggested that he write to the manufacturer. Ed ____returned__ home. He created his own gasket by using __gasket___ sealant that comes in a tube. He applied _the___ sealant, screwed the two halves back together, and______crossed_ his fingers.

The next day he turned on __the__ water and switched on the disposal. When he _saw___ the water pouring out of the seam, Ed__knew__ one thing: it was time to buy a _new___ disposal. The good thing was that new disposals____started__ at $79. The bad thing was that it ____would__ have to be installed by a plumber. Plumber __rated_ started at about $80 an hour. Ed decided __that__ since the disposal used a lot of energy__and__ the world needed to use less energy, from _now___ on he would put his scraps into the ____kitchen_ garbage bag. He reminded himself to tell everyone _at___ work tomorrow about how he was now helping __to__ solve the world’s energy problems.

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Translate into Vietnamese:

Nước dưới bồn rửa - Phần 2

Ed về nhà sau khi làm xong các việc vặt và để đồ ăn vào tủ và tủ lạnh. Anh quơ lấy cái vít dẹp đầu và cái kềm trong thùng đồ nghề. Trong phòng bếp, anh chống tay quỳ xuống và bật đèn pin lên. Sau hai phút dòm, anh quyết định phải làm gì. Anh chưa bao giờ mở máy nghiền rác, nhưng mọi thứ đều phải có lần đầu tiên.

Máy nghiền hình trụ khoảng bảy inch đường kính và có một rãnh nằm ngang chia nửa trên và nửa dưới. Hai nữa dính với nhau bằng ba con ốc. Ed lắc nhẹ nửa dưới của máy nghiền rác; nó lỏng lẻo vì hai con ốc đã bị ăn mòn. Chỉ còn một con ốc dính. Ed mở ốc.

Nửa dưới của máy nghiền rác bây giờ nằm trên sàn tủ. Ed nghĩ rằng chắc phải cả tháng thức ăn trong đó, nhưng không có thức ăn, chỉ những miếng cao su lót cứng, không dùng được. Hôm sau Ed đi tiệm mua ốc và miếng lót cao su mới. Nhân viên bảo anh rằng họ không có những miếng lót đó và anh phải viết cho nơi sản xuất. Ed về nhà. Anh tự làm miếng lót cao su bằng miếng lót cao su từ ống. Anh gắn cái miếng lót, vặn ốc hai nửa lại với nhau và nghéo tay làm xong.

Hôm sau anh bật nước và mở máy nghiền rác. Khi anh thấy nước đổ ra rãnh, Ed biết một điều: Tới lúc phải mua cái nghiền rác mới. Điều tốt là giá cái nghiền bắt đầu $79. Điều tệ là cần phải có thợ ống nước lắp đặt. Thợ nước giá từ $ 80 một giờ. Ed quyết định là vì cái nghiền tốn nhiều năng lượng và thế giới cần tiết kiệm điện, từ giờ trở đi anh sẽ bỏ rác vào bao rác. Anh tự nhắc mình bảo mọi người ngày mai về việc anh đã giúp giải quyết vấn đề năng lượng của thế giới.

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LESSON 214:

WATER UNDER THE SINK-PART 2.
CÓ NƯỚC Ở DƯỚI BỒN RỬA CHÉN-PHẦN 2.

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*Vocabulary:

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• corrode: gặm mòn, ăn mòn ,
• cylindrical: hình trụ.
• diameter: đường kính.
• energy: năng lượng.
• gasket: miếng đệm.
• grab: túm lấy, chụp lấy.
• grocery: hàng tạp hoá.
• horizontal: ngang, nằm ngang.
• install: lắp đặt.
• jiggle: đẩy nhẹ, lắc lắc nhẹ.
• manufacturer: nhà sản xuất.
• pliers: cái kềm.
• plumber: thợ sửa ống nước.
• refrigerator: tủ lạnh.
• remind: nhắc nhở.
• scraps: ohe61 liệu.
• screwdriver: tuốc-nơ-vít.
• seam: mối nối, mối hàn.

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*Yes/No Questions:
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• Did Ed grab a flat screwdriver?
- Yes, he did.

• Were the pliers in Ed’s toolbox?
- Yes, they were.

• Did Ed get down on his hands?
-Yes, he did.

• Was Ed looking for a couple of minutes?
- Yes, he was.

• Had Ed ever opened up a disposal before?
- Yes, he had.

• Is there a first time for everything?
- Yes, there is.

• Does the disposal have a cylindrical shape?
- Yes, it does.

• Is the disposal about seven inches across?
- No, it isn't. The disposal is about seven inches in diameter.

• Does the disposal have a vertical seam?
- No, it doesn't. The disposal has a horizontal seam.

• Are the halves held together by three bolts?
- No, they aren't. The halves are held together by three screws.

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*Fill in blanks:
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Ed came home from his errands and put the groceries into the cupboard and the refrigerator. He grapped a flathead screwdriver and a pair of pliers in his toolbox. In the kitchen, he got down on his hands and knees and turned on the flashlight. After a couple of minutes of looking, he decided what to do. He had never opened up a disposal before, but there is a first time for everything.

The cylindrical disposal was about 7 inches in diameter and had a horizontal seam dividing the top half from the bottom half. The halves were held together by three screws. Ed jiggled the bottom half of the disposal; it was loose because two of the three screws were corroded. Only one screw was still doing its duty. Ed unscrewed it.

The bottom half of the disposal was now lying on the cabinet floor. Ed thought for sure that it would be full of months-old food, but there was no food, only a hardened, torn, useless gasket. The next day Ed went to the hardware store to buy some screws and a new gasket. The employee told him that they did not carry those gaskets and suggested that he write to the manufacturer. Ed returned home. He created his own gasket by using gasket sealant that comes in a tube. He applied the sealant, screwed the two halves back together, and crossed his fingers.

The next day he turned on the water and switched on the disposal. When he saw the water pouring out of the seam, Ed knew one thing: it was time to buy a new disposal. The good thing was that new disposals started at $79. The bad thing was that it would have to be installed by a plumber. Plumber rates started at about $80 an hour. Ed decided that since the disposal used a lot of energy and the world needed to use less energy, from on he would put his scraps into the kitchen garbage bag. He reminded himself to tell everyone in work tomorrow about how he was now helping to solve the world’s energy problems.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:
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Xong các việc lặt vặt Ed trở về nhà và để các hàng tạp hoá vào tủ bếp và tủ lạnh. Anh nắm lấy cái tua-nơ-vít đầu dẹp và cái kềm ở trong thùng dụng cụ. Trong nhà bếp anh quỳ xuống và bật đèn pin lên. Sau khi quan sát một vài phút, anh quyết định phải làm gì. Từ trước đến giờ anh chưa từng tháo một cái máy nghiền rác, nhưng chuyện gì cũng phải có lần đầu tiên cả.

Cái máy nghiền rác hình trụ có đường kính khoảng 7 inches và có một miếng nối nằm ngang chia ra nửa trên và nửa dưới. Các phần này được giữ chặt với nhau bởi ba con ốc. Ed đẩy nhẹ phần đáy của máy nghiền rác; phần đáy lỏng lẻo vì hai trong ba con ốc đã bị ăn mòn. Chỉ có một con ốc vẫn còn thực hiện nhiệm vụ của nó. Ed vặn con ốc ra.

Giờ đây, phần đáy của máy nghiền rác đang nằm trên sàn tủ. Ed đoan chắc nó sẽ chứa đầy thức ăn cũ của hàng tháng rồi, nhưng không có thức ăn, chỉ có một miếng vòng đệm cứng quèo, hư hỏng và không còn dùng được nữa. Ngày hôm sau Ed ra tiệm bán đồ gia dụng để mua mấy con ốc và miếng vòng đệm mới. Người bán hàng bảo với anh cửa hàng không còn tồn loại vòng đệm đó và đề nghị anh viết thư cho nhà sản xuất. Ed trở về nhà. Anh tự chế ra một vòng đệm bằng cách dùng keo dán nhựa ở một ống tuýp. Anh bôi keo dán nhựa, bắt vít hai phần lại với nhau, và cầu mong không có chuyện gì xảy ra.

Ngày hôm sau anh mở nước và bật công tắc máy nghiền rác lên. Khi anh trông thấy nước trào ra khỏi phần nối, Ed biết một điều: đã tới lúc mua một máy nghiền rác mới. Điều tốt là máy nghiền rác mới có giá khởi điểm 79 đô-la. Điều xấu là máy sẽ phải được người thợ ống nước lắp đặt. Giá khởi điểm của người thợ ống nước vào khoảng 80 đô-la một giờ. Vì cái máy nghiền rác sử dụng nhiều năng lượng và thế giới cần tiết kiệm năng lượng, Ed quyết định kể từ hôm nay trở đi anh sẽ bỏ rác rưởi vào túi rác nhà bếp. Anh tự nhắc nhở mình ngày mai sẽ kể cho mọi người ở sở làm về việc bây giờ anh đang giúp giải quyết vấn đề năng lượng của thế giới.

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. 248.Pier Collapses
. 249.Cameras in Police Cars
. 250.A School Girl Sues Her School


. 251.SUV Driver Sends Officer Flying
. 252.Boy Drowns in Neighbor's Pool
. 253.Woman Dies in House Fire
. 254.Plane Crashes into House
. 255.Fishing for Girls
. 256.Shot Next to Christmas Tree
. 257.Stabbed Outside Nightclub
. 258.Fishing Boat Sinks
. 259.The Mysterious Carport Stain
. 260.Lies About Winning Lottery
. 261.Victory Dance Leads to Death
. 262.Eat Your Vegetables
. 263.Honk if You're in a Hurry
. 264.The Man Who Loved Women
. 265.How to Get out of Jury Duty
. 266.The Way to a Man’s Heart
. 267.Female Seeks Mature Male
. 268.Let’s Go Fishing
. 269.Train Wreck “Frees” Cows
. 270.Valuable Guitar Found
. 271.Stepmother Kills Herself
. 272.Beautiful Teacher Smiles
. 273.Are Criminals Taking Over LA?
. 274.Police Arrest Happy Van Driver
. 275.Say Your Prayers
. 276.The Final Phone Call
. 277.Almost Perfect Children
. 278.There Goes the Neighborhood!
. 279.Let’s Go to Vegas!
. 280.Squirrel Attacks Woman
. 281.To Save His Baby
. 282.English Is Confusing
. 283.Pump Up the Tires
. 284.Don’t Go Swimming
. 285.The Park That Went to the Dogs
. 286.Can You Spare a Carburetor?
. 287.Golf Like a Girl
. 288.Take Me Out to the Ball Game
. 289.Take This Job and Shove It
. 290.Where Did That Book Go?
. 291.When You’ve Got Your Health
. 292.That ‘New Car’ Smell
. 293.Inviting Poor Student to Dinner
. 294.When I'm in the Bathroom
. 295.It Was an Old, Worthless Clock
. 296.Five-Finger Discount on Candy
. 297.Collecting Seashells
. 298.At the Store Entrance
. 299.We Will See the World
. 300.Get Me a Caffe Latte




. 301.The Slow Computer-1
. 302.The Slow Computer-2
. 303.The Careful Reader
. 304.Avoid the Flu
. 305.Magician Attracts Women
. 306.US Border Patrol
. 307.Car Shopping in California
. 308.Happy Anniversary
. 309.“Read All about It!”
. 310.A Factory Worker
. 311.Bad Pork
. 312.Don’t Eat the Meat
. 313.Copper Robbers
. 314.Weekly Driving Lessons-1
. 315.Weekly Driving Lessons-2
. 316.Laundry Day-1
. 317.Laundry Day-2
. 318.The Bargain CD Set-1
. 319.The Bargain CD Set-2
. 320.It’s All Over
. 321.The New Clothes-1
. 322.The New Clothes-2
. 323.Food as Punishment
. 324.US Passports Outsourced
. 325.The Demanding Son
. 326.A Practical Joke
. 327.The Dead Pedestrian
. 328.Bad News, Good News
. 329.The Cluster Balloonist
. 330.The Rude Clerk
. 331.The Tax Charge
. 332.The Fire in the Hills-1
. 333.The Fire in the Hills-2
. 334.The Vacuum Cleaner Filter-1
. 335.The Vacuum Cleaner Filter-2
. 336.The Rental Car-1
. 337.The Rental Car-2
. 338.The Marathon Cheater
. 339.School Bus Crashes
. 340.Don’t Take My Property
. 341.New Law for Taco Trucks
. 342.The Refund-1
. 343.The Refund-2
. 344.Shut Your Mouth
. 345.TSA’s New Policy-1
. 346.TSA’s New Policy-2
. 347.I’m Pregnant
. 348.Court Approves Same-Sex Marriage
. 349.Impolite to His Brother
. 350.Protecting the Public
. 351.Malibu to License Paparazzi
. 352.I'm Moving to NY
. 353.The Heart Attack-1
. 354.The Heart Attack-2
. 355.Let's Speak English

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