Read the following passage on climate change, and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions:

One day in 1924, five men who were camping in the Cascade Mountains of Washington saw a group of huge apelike creatures coming out of the woods. They hurried back to their cabin and locked themselves inside. While they were in, the creatures attacked them by throwing rocks against the walls of the cabin.After several hours, these strange hairy giants went back into the woods.

After this incident the men returned to the town and told the people of their adventure. However, only a few people accepted their story. These were the people who remembered hearing tales about footprints of an animal that walked like a human being.

The five men, however, were not the first people to have seen these creatures called Bigfoot. Long before their experience, local Native Americans were certain that a race of apelike animals had been living in the neighboring mountain for centuries. They called these creatures Sasquatch.

In 1958, workmen, who were building a road through the jungles of Northern California often found huge footprints in the earth around their camp.

Then in 1967, Roger Patterson, a man who was interested in finding Bigfoot went into the Northern California jungles with a friend. While riding, they were suddenly thrown off from their horses. Patterson saw a tall apelike animal standing not far away. He managed to shoot seven rolls of film of the hairy creature before the animal disappeared in the hushes. when Patterson's film was shown to the public, not many people believed his story. In another incident, Richard Brown, a music teacher and also an experienced hunter spotted a similar creature. He saw the animal clearly through the telescopic lens of his rifle. He said the creature looked more like a human than an animal.

Later many other people also found deep footprints in the same area. In spite of regular reports of sightings and footprints, most experts still do not believe that Bigfoot really exists.

Question: Did the town people believe the story of the five men about their meeting with Bigfoot?         


A. No, not everyone believed their story.         


B. All the people believed what they said.         


C. Some said the five men were making up their own story.         


D. Only those who had heard the same tale the second time believed them.  

Đáp án và lời giải
Đáp án:D
Lời giải:

Đáp án D

Người trong thị trấn có tin câu chuyện của năm người đàn ông về cuộc gặp gỡ của họ với Bigfoot không?

A. Không, không phải ai cũng tin câu chuyện của họ.

B. Tất cả mọi người đều tin vào những gì họ nói.

C. Một số người cho biết năm người đàn ông đã tự tạo ra câu chuyện của mình.

D. Chỉ những người nghe câu chuyện tương tự lần thứ hai mới tin tưởng vào chúng.

Dẫn chứng: These were the people who remembered hearing tales about footprints of an animal that walked like a human being.    

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