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ESL 208: Food Fight Erupted in Prison


ESL 208: Food Fight Erupted in Prison


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Inmates released two correctional officers they had held for a week in the tower at the state prison complex. The inmates captured the officers a week ago after the two officers tried to quell a food fight in the main dining room. The food fight erupted when the prisoners discovered that their candy ration had been cut in half. The candy is a popular bartering item. Inmates trade it for cigarettes, cigars, magazines, stationery, legal dictionaries, and other items. Prison officials said it was necessary to cut back on this luxury item in order to provide basic items, like soap and razors and toilet paper.

The prisoners went berserk over the reduction. They threw food, plates, and silverware at the doors, windows, and guards. Then they grabbed two guards and hauled them up to the tower. Once they had the tower door secured, they sent messages to prison officials demanding big bags of candy in exchange for sparing the guards' lives. The warden complied with their demands. After a week of negotiations, the prisoners approved a deal which restored their candy ration, but in return the administration said they would have to reduce daily soap allotments by 75 percent.

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*Vocabulary:

• administration:
• allotment:
• approve:
• barter:
• capture:
• cigar:
• cigarette:
• complex:
• comply:
• erupt:
• go berserk:
• grab:
• haul:
• inmate:
• luxury:
• negotiation:
• razor:
• ration:
• reduction:
• release:
• restore:
• secure:
• silverware:
• soap:
• spare:
• stationery:
• toilet:
• warden:

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*Yes/No Questions:

• Did the inmates release two correctional officers?

• Was there a food fight in the main dining room?

• Was the candy ration cut in half?

• Do the inmates trade candy for illegal dictionaries?

• Is soap a luxury item?

• Did the reduction make the prisoners happy?

• Did the prisoners throw baseballs at the guards?

• Did the prisoners demand little bags of candy?

• Did the negotiations last a week?

• Was the soap allotment reduced by 25 percent?

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*Fill in blanks:

Inmates released two correctional officers they had held ____ a week in the tower at the state ____ complex. The inmates captured the officers a week ____ after the two officers tried to quell a ____ fight in the main dining room. The food____ erupted when the prisoners discovered that their candy ____ had been cut in half. The candy is ____ popular bartering item. Inmates trade it for cigarettes, ____ , magazines, stationery, legal dictionaries, and other items. Prison ____ said it was necessary to cut back on ____ luxury item in order to provide basic items, ____ soap and razors and toilet paper.

The prisoners ____ berserk over the reduction. They threw food, plates, ____ silverware at the doors, windows, and guards. Then ____ grabbed two guards and hauled them up to ____ tower. Once they had the tower door secured, ____ sent messages to prison officials demanding big bags ____ candy in exchange for sparing the guards’ lives. ____ warden complied with their demands. After a week ____ negotiations, the prisoners approved a deal which restored____ candy ration, but in return the administration said____ would have to reduce daily soap allotments by ____ percent.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:

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ESL 208: Food Fight Erupted in Prison

*Vocabulary:


• administration: hành chánh
• allotment: mảnh đất được phân để cày cấy
• approve: duyệt
• barter: mua bán bằng hàng đổi hàng
• capture: bắt
• cigar: xí gà
• cigarette: thuốc lá
• complex: phức tạp
• comply: tuân theo
• erupt: nổ ra bất thình lình
• go berserk: cuồng loạn, điên cuồng
• grab: vơ lấy
• haul:lôi mạnh, kéo mạnh
• inmate: người ở cùng nơi, cùng chổ trong bệnh viện
• luxury: sang trọng
• negotiation: thương lượng
• razor: dao cạo râu
• ration:khẩu phần
• reduction: giảm
• release: phóng thích
• restore: lưu trữ
• secure:bảo vệ
• silverware: đồ bạc
• soap: xà phòng
• spare: dư
• stationery: văn phòng phẩm
• toilet: nhà vệ sinh
• warden: nhân viên giám sát

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*Yes/No Questions:

• Did the inmates release two correctional officers? Yes

• Was there a food fight in the main dining room? Yes

• Was the candy ration cut in half? Yes

• Do the inmates trade candy for illegal dictionaries? No

• Is soap a luxury item? No

• Did the reduction make the prisoners happy? No

• Did the prisoners throw baseballs at the guards? No

• Did the prisoners demand little bags of candy? No

• Did the negotiations last a week? Yes

• Was the soap allotment reduced by 25 percent? No

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*Fill in blanks:

Inmates released two correctional officers they had held _for___ a week in the tower at the state __prison__ complex. The inmates captured the officers a week _ago___ after the two officers tried to quell a __food__ fight in the main dining room. The food__fight__ erupted when the prisoners discovered that their candy __ration__ had been cut in half. The candy is __a__ popular bartering item. Inmates trade it for cigarettes, _cigars___ , magazines, stationery, legal dictionaries, and other items. Prison _officials___ said it was necessary to cut back on __this__ luxury item in order to provide basic items, _like___ soap and razors and toilet paper.

The prisoners __went__ berserk over the reduction. They threw food, plates, __and__ silverware at the doors, windows, and guards. Then _they___ grabbed two guards and hauled them up to __the__ tower. Once they had the tower door secured, __they__ sent messages to prison officials demanding big bags __of__ candy in exchange for sparing the guards’ lives. __The__ warden complied with their demands. After a week __of__ negotiations, the prisoners approved a deal which restored____their__ candy ration, but in return the administration said___they_ would have to reduce daily soap allotments by __75__ percent.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:

Cuộc đấu tranh cho thức ăn bùng nổ trong nhà tù

Các tù nhân đã thả hai nhân viên cai ngục sau khi giữ họ một tuần trong thám của nhà tù phức hợp liên bang. Các tù nhân bắt giữ nhân viên tuần trước sau khi hai nhân viên này cố gắng dẹp cuộc chiến thức ăn trong phòng ăn chính. Cuộc chiến thức ăn nổ ra khi tù nhân phát hiện ra khẩu phần kẹo của họ bị cắt giảm phân nửa. Kẹo là một món hàng trao đổi thông dụng. Các bạn tù trao đổi lấy thuốc lá, xì gà, báo chí, văn phòng phẩm, từ điển hợp pháp, và những thứ khác. Nhân viên cai ngục nói họ cần cắt giảm thứ xa xỉ để cung cấp các thứ cơ bản, như xà phòng và dao cạo râu và giấy vệ sinh.

Tù nhân khùng lên vì cắt giảm. Họ quăng thực phẩm, dĩa, và đồ bạc vào cửa, cửa sổ, và bảo vệ. Rồi họ tóm lấy hai bảo vệ và lôi họ lên tháp. Khi họ đã đóng cửa tháp, họ gửi tin nhắn đến cai ngục đòi những bọc kẹo lớn để đổi lấy sự sống của bảo vệ. Nhân viên cai ngục tuân theo yêu cầu của họ. Sau một tuần thương lượng, tù nhân đồng ý giữ nguyên khẩu phần kẹo, nhưng bộ phận hành chính nói nguợc lại họ bị giảm phần xà phòng hàng ngày xuống 75 phần trăm.

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LESSON 208:

FOOD FIGHT ERUPTED IN PRISON -
CUỘC CHIẾN VÌ THỨC ĂN BÙNG NỔ TRONG NHÀ TÙ.

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*Vocabulary:

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• administration: quản trị, ban quản trị, chính quyền.
• allotment: định phần.
• approve: chấp thuận, tán thành, bằng lòng.
• barter: hàng hoá trao đổi.
• capture: bắt giữ.
• cigar: thuốc xì-gà.
• cigarette: thuốc lá điếu.
• complex: phức hợp, liên hợp.
• comply: tuân theo, đồng ý làm theo.
• erupt: nổ ra, bùng nổ.
• go berserk: nổi cáu, cáu kỉnh, cáu tiết.
• grab: chụp, chộp.
• haul: kéo mạnh, lôi mạnh.
• inmate: bạn trong tù/trong bệnh viện.
• luxury: xa xỉ, xa hoa, xa xỉ phẩm.
• negotiation: cuộc điều đình/đàm phán.
• razor: dao cạo râu.
• ration: khẩu phần, định lượng.
• reduction: cắn giảm, thu nhỏ.
• release: phóng thích, thả tự do.
• restore: hoàn lại, trả lại.
• secure: chắc chắn, siết chặt, buột chặt.
• silverware: đồ dùng bằng bạc.
• soap: xà phòng cục.
• spare: chia sẻ.
• stationery: văn phòng phẩm.
• toilet: nhà vệ sinh.
• warden: người quản lý nhà tù, giám ngục.

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*Yes/No Questions:
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• Did the inmates release two correctional officers?
- Yes, they did.

• Was there a food fight in the main dining room?
- Yes, there were.

• Was the candy ration cut in half?
- Yes, it was.

• Do the inmates trade candy for illegal dictionaries?
- Yes, they do.

• Is soap a luxury item?
- No, it isn't.

• Did the reduction make the prisoners happy?
- No, they didn't.

• Did the prisoners throw baseballs at the guards?
- No, they didn't. They threw food, plates, and silverware at the guards.

• Did the prisoners demand little bags of candy?
- No, they didn't. The prisoners demanded big bags of candy.

• Did the negotiations last a week?
- Yes, it did.

• Was the soap allotment reduced by 25 percent?
- No, it wasn't. The soap allotment was reduced by 75 percent.

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*Fill in blanks:
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Inmates released two correctional officers they had held for a week in the tower at the state prison complex. The inmates captured the officers a week ago after the two officers tried to quell a food fight in the main dining room. The food fight erupted when the prisoners discovered that their candy ration had been cut in half. The candy is the popular bartering item. Inmates trade it for cigarettes, cigars, magazines, stationery, legal dictionaries, and other items. Prison officials said it was necessary to cut back on this luxury item in order to provide basic items, like soap and razors and toilet paper.

The prisoners went berserk over the reduction. They threw food, plates, and silverware at the doors, windows, and guards. Then they grabbed two guards and hauled them up to the tower. Once they had the tower door secured, they sent messages to prison officials demanding big bags of candy in exchange for sparing the guards’ lives. The warden complied with their demands. After a week of negotiations, the prisoners approved a deal which restored their candy ration, but in return the administration said they would have to reduce daily soap allotments by 75 percent.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:
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Các tù nhân thả hai sĩ quan quản giáo mà họ giam giữ trong một tuần ở tháp canh tại khu phức hợp của nhà tù tiểu bang. Các tù nhân bắt giữ các viên sĩ quan một tuần trước đây sau khi hai viên sĩ quan này cố dẹp yên một cuộc đấu tranh vì thức ăn ở phòng ăn chính. Cuộc đấu tranh vì thức ăn nổ ra khi các tù nhân phát hiện khẩu phầu kẹo của họ đã bị cắt đi một nửa. Kẹo là một mặt hàng trao đổi phổ biến. Các tù nhân trao đổi kẹo để lấy thuốc lá, xì-gà, tạp chí, văn phòng phẩm, từ điển pháp lý, và những mặt hàng khác. Các quan chức nhà tù cho biết cần phải cắt giảm các mặt hàng xa xỉ nhằm mục đích cung cấp các mặt hàng cơ bản, như xà phòng, dao cạo râu, và giấy vệ sinh.

Các tù nhân đã cáu tiết lên trước sự cắt giảm đó. Họ ném thức ăn, dĩa, và đồ dùng bằng bạc vào cửa đi, cửa sổ, và những người lính bảo vệ nhà tù. Rồi họ túm lấy hai người lính gác và kéo họ lên tháp canh. Ngay khi khoá chắc cửa vào toà tháp, họ gởi thông báo cho các quan chức nhà tù đòi hỏi phải có các bịch kẹo lớn để đổi lấy cuộc sống của những người lính gác. Người phụ trách nhà tù đồng ý làm theo yêu sách của họ. Sau một tuần thương lượng, các tù nhân đã đạt được thoả thuận về việc phục hồi khẩu phần kẹo của mình, nhưng để đáp lại, Ban quản trị nhà tù cho biết họ sẽ phải giảm đến 75% kinh phí dành cho xà-phòng dùng hàng ngày.

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. 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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