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ESL 337: The Rental Car (2)


ESL 337: The Rental Car (2)


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Ryan and Amelia traveled in the rented Buick to Tucson to attend a weekend gem and mineral show; the big national show was every April. They mostly browsed. Amelia was partial to natural, unpolished stones. One that she particularly liked was priced at $1,600. "We'll get that one as soon as we hit the lotto," Ryan promised her. She rolled her eyes.

Halfway back from Tucson, Ryan swerved into the emergency lane to avoid a ladder in the number four lane. The emergency lane itself had pieces of metal and other trash in it, but he safely evaded the ladder. Ten miles later, he saw a bumper in the fast lane and a wheel rim in the number two lane. "These freeways are turning into minefields," Ryan muttered. They returned the rental car at 9:45 p.m. Sunday.

The bill in today's mail was for $430.55, charged to Ryan's VISA card. Apparently, some metal from the emergency lane had damaged the Buick's air conditioning system. "I told you to buy their daily insurance," Amelia yelled. "When are you going to listen to me?"

Ryan said that he wasn't going to pay this bill. That Buick air conditioner had probably died last November, he thought. He dialed VISA to dispute the bill. If VISA didn't help him contest the bill, he'd talk to his own auto insurance company. Surely they would reimburse him if he had to pay this bill.

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*Vocabulary:

• apparently:
• avoid:
• browse:
• bumper:
• contest:
• dispute:
• evade:
• gem:
• ladder:
• metal:
• minefield:
• mineral:
• mutter:
• partial:
• particularly:
• polish:
• probably:
• reimburse:
• rim:
• swerve:

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*Yes/No-Questions:

• Did Ryan and Amelia attend a gem and mineral show?

• Was the big national show every other April?

• Did they buy a lot of items?

• Did he buy her the stone that she liked for $1,600?

• Did they hit the lotto?

• Did he throw a dinner roll in her eyes?

• Did he swerve to avoid a ladder?

• Was there trash in the emergency lane?

• Did he safely evade the ladder?

• Did he see a bumper in the fast lane?

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*Fill in blanks:

Ryan and Amelia traveled in the rented Buick ____ Tucson to attend a weekend gem and mineral ____ ; the big national show was every April. They ____ browsed. Amelia was partial to natural, unpolished stones. ____ that she particularly liked was priced at $1,600. “____ ’ll get that one as soon as we hit ____ lotto,” Ryan promised her. She rolled her eyes.

____ back from Tucson, Ryan swerved into the emergency ____ to avoid a ladder in the number four ____ . The emergency lane itself had pieces of metal ____ other trash in it, but he safely evaded ____ ladder. Ten miles later, he saw a bumper ____ the fast lane and a wheel rim in ____ number two lane. “These freeways are turning into ____ ,” Ryan muttered. They returned the rental car at ____ :45 p.m. Sunday.

The bill in today’s mail was ____ $430.55, charged to Ryan’s VISA card. Apparently, some ____ from the emergency lane had damaged the Buick’s ____ conditioning system. “I told you to buy their ____ insurance,” Amelia yelled. “When are you going to ____ to me?”

Ryan said that he wasn’t going____ pay this bill. That Buick air conditioner had ____ died last November, he thought. He dialed VISA ____ dispute the bill. If VISA didn’t help him ____ the bill, he’d talk to his own auto____ company. Surely they would reimburse him if he ____ to pay this bill.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:

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ESL 337: The Rental Car (2)

*Vocabulary:


• apparently: rõ ràng
• avoid: tránh
• browse: duyệt
• bumper: cái cản xe
• contest: cuộc bàn cãi
• dispute: tranh cãi
• evade: trốn tránh
• gem: đá quý
• ladder: thang
• metal: kim loại
• minefield: vùng mỏ
• mineral: khoáng chất
• mutter: lẩm bẩm
• partial: một phần
• particularly: đặc biệt
• polish: đánh bóng
• probably: có thể
• reimburse: trả lại
• rim: bánh xe
• swerve: lệch ra ngoài

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*Yes/No-Questions:

• Did Ryan and Amelia attend a gem and mineral show? Yes

• Was the big national show every other April? Yes

• Did they buy a lot of items? No

• Did he buy her the stone that she liked for $1,600? No

• Did they hit the lotto? No

• Did he throw a dinner roll in her eyes? No

• Did he swerve to avoid a ladder? Yes

• Was there trash in the emergency lane? Yes

• Did he safely evade the ladder? Yes

• Did he see a bumper in the fast lane? Yes

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*Fill in blanks:

Ryan and Amelia traveled in the rented Buick __to__ Tucson to attend a weekend gem and mineral __show__ ; the big national show was every April. They _mostly___ browsed. Amelia was partial to natural, unpolished stones. _One___ that she particularly liked was priced at $1,600. “__We__ ’ll get that one as soon as we hit __the__ lotto,” Ryan promised her. She rolled her eyes.

__Halfway__ back from Tucson, Ryan swerved into the emergency __lane__ to avoid a ladder in the number four __lane__ . The emergency lane itself had pieces of metal __and__ other trash in it, but he safely evaded __the__ ladder. Ten miles later, he saw a bumper _in___ the fast lane and a wheel rim in __the__ number two lane. “These freeways are turning into __minefields__ ,” Ryan muttered. They returned the rental car at __9__ :45 p.m. Sunday.

The bill in today’s mail was _for___ $430.55, charged to Ryan’s VISA card. Apparently, some __metal__ from the emergency lane had damaged the Buick’s __air__ conditioning system. “I told you to buy their _daily___ insurance,” Amelia yelled. “When are you going to __listen___ to me?”

Ryan said that he wasn’t going__to__ pay this bill. That Buick air conditioner had ____probably__ died last November, he thought. He dialed VISA _to___ dispute the bill. If VISA didn’t help him ____contest__ the bill, he’d talk to his own auto____insurance__ company. Surely they would reimburse him if he __had__ to pay this bill.

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*Translate into Vietnamese:

Xe thuê (2)

Ryan và Amelia đến Tucson bằng xe thuê Buick để tham gia hội chợ đá quý và khoáng cuối tuần; hội chợ quốc gia lớn mỗi tháng tư. Họ chỉ duyệt qua. Amelia thích đá quý một phần thiên nhiên, chưa mài giũa. Một viên đá quý mà cô đặc biệt thích có giá $1,600. "Chúng ta sẽ mua viên đó khi chúng ta trúng số," Ryan hứa với cô. Cô tròn mắt.

Nửa đường về từ Tucson, Ryan bẻ lái lệch vào đường khẩn cấp để tránh bậc thang trên dòng đường số bốn. Đường khẩn cấp cũng có những mảnh kim loại và vật cản trên đó, nhưng anh đã tránh được bậc thang an toàn. Mười phút sau, anh thấy cái cản xe trên đường chạy nhanh và một mâm bánh xe trên dòng đường số hai. "Đường cao tốc bây giờ thành bãi sắt thải," Ryan lẩm bẩm. Họ trả chiếc xe thuê lúc 9:45 tối chủ nhật.

Hoá đơn hôm nay $430.55, tính vào VISA card của Ryan. Rõ ràng, vài mảnh kim loại trên đường khẩn đã phá huỷ hệ thống điều hoà nhiệt độ của chiếc Buick. "Em đã nói anh mua bảo hiểm ngày của họ," Amelia hét lên. "Chừng nào anh mới nghe em?"

Ryan nói anh sẽ không trả tiền hoá đơn này. Hệ thống điều hoà của chiếc Buick có thể đã hư tháng Mười Một năm ngoái, anh nghĩ. Anh gọi nơi phát hành thẻ VISA để tranh cãi về hoá đơn. Nếu nơi cấp thẻ VISA không giúp anh tranh cãi cho hoá đơn, anh sẽ nói chuyện với công ty bảo hiểm xe. Chắc chắn là họ sẽ trả lại tiền cho anh nếu anh phải trả cho hoá đơn này.

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@lanhuongbm

Rim: Cái mâm bánh xe hơi.

Trash: Những thứ vứt bỏ (rác)

The number four lane: Hai người này đang đi trên đường cao tốc có nhiều lane cho mỗi chiều. Có lẽ người ta muốn nói lane thứ tư (tính từ lề đường ra)? Fast lane sẽ là lane ngoài cùng bên tay trái vì xe đang chạy high speed thì phải chạy ra lane ngoài cùng.

Minefield: Có lẽ nên dịch là cái "bãi sắt thải" (hoặc kim loại).

Emergency lane thì anh phamdinhphung đã giúp bạn hiểu rõ ở những bài trước rồi, tôi khỏi giải thích lại nhé.

Câu "Anh gọi VISA để tranh cãi về hoá đơn." Bạn cần dịch là:

Anh gọi cho công ty phát hành thẻ VISA của anh để tranh cãi về hoá đơn.

Như vậy người đọc mới hiểu nghĩa.

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Dạ, cám ơn anh nguoidochanh, lanhuong đã sửa lại. Không rành về đường sá và xe cộ bên Mỹ, được anh giải thích thật rõ ràng, cảm ơn anh.

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@ chị lanhuongbm:

Xin góp ý thêm với chị:

Ryan and Amelia traveled in the rented Buick to Tucson to attend a weekend gem and mineral show(1); the big national show was every April. They mostly browsed.(2) Amelia was partial(3) to natural, unpolished stones.
Ryan và Amelia đến Tucson bằng xe thuê Buick để tham gia hội chợ đá quý và khoáng cuối tuần; hội chợ quốc gia lớn mỗi tháng tư. Họ chỉ duyệt qua. Amelia thích đá quý một phần thiên nhiên, chưa mài giũa.


(1)hội chợ đá quí,(hoặc hội chợ đá và khoáng vật quí).
http://sacombank-sbj.com/tin-chuyen-mon/36-11-147.aspx

(2)xem (chỉ xem, không mua).

(3)be partial to something = thích/ rất thích cái gì đó .
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 8th edition

par • tial
BrE / pɑʃl /
NAmE / pɑrʃl /
adjective

 word origin
 thesaurus
 example bank
1 not complete or whole
It was only a partial solution to the problem.
a partial eclipse of the sun
2 [ not before noun ] ~ to sb/sth ( old-fashioned ) liking sb/sth very much
I'm not partial to mushrooms.
3 [ not usually before noun ] ~ (towards sb/sth) ( disapproving ) showing or feeling too much support for one person, team, idea, etc, in a way that is unfair
biased , impartial
© Oxford University Press, 2010


(4)
Ryan swerved into the emergency lane to avoid a ladder in the number four lane.
Ryan bẻ lái lệch vào đường khẩn cấp để tránh bậc thang trên dòng đường số bốn.


ladder = cái thang ( không phải "bậc thang", có thể làm cho người đọc lầm là đường cao tốc có bậc cấp!)

"These freeways are turning into minefields(5),"
"Đường cao tốc bây giờ thành bãi sắt thải,"


(5) minefield = bãi mìn (hoặc cái gì đó giống bãi mìn, có nhiều mối nguy hiễm cần phải xử lý rất thận trọng)

Definition of MINEFIELD
1
: an area (as of water or land) set with mines
2
: something resembling a minefield especially in having many dangers or requiring extreme caution <a political minefield>
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/minefield



(6) Đánh số lane trên đường cao tốc, mời các anh chị xem thêm:

Numbering of Freeway Lanes in California
Caltrans numbers each freeway lane from left to right. The “fast” lane is the number 1 lane. The “slow” lane (closest to freeway entrance/exits) is numbered according to the total number of lanes (anywhere from 2 to 6 in Orange County).
http://www.ocalmanac.com/Transportation/tr31.htm


Chúc chị vui, khoẻ .

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Anthonydavetruong 51
BaoLaTinhChua 1
Bluecloud 1
bongbong 3
Brianthao08 2
Brenda 8
Cachua 4
Catandpuppy 2
Chaubaoct 11
Chauongco 2

Coua 3
Crystal 4
Cuomxiu 1
cương71 2
cycydang 1
Dangcoi100 1
David85 3
Diemhanh 5
Dinhdung 1
Dinhphan 9

doanchin 72
Evangeline 2
giadinhnho 2
Granger 6
hangtesa 3
HelenLe 4
HenryWu 12
Hientohoang 7
Hoa1971 22
Hoahai 1

HoangThiQuynhNhu 298
HongAckerman 1
Hongbambi 43
Hotheart 11
huanhatran 11
jacky9999 54
Jonny 8
Kellyninhhoa 1
Kingsmen 1
Kimnguyen10288 1

lanhuongbm 355
letuyetnghi 5
Lucbinh 1
Llphi777 2
Maluita659 1
Mangthit 2
matmuathu 1
MeoMuop 1
Miah 2
Mikun 4

Minhthoaidan 2
Minhloan 3
Minion 1
mnsun 5
moka 1
Myphuong12317 4
Myvan 2
Mujor 1
nbthuan1980 1

newsky272 1
Ngoclucbao 2
Ngocminh60 4
Ngotuananh1908 93
Nguyenthoa 1
Nguyetbang 2
Nguyenthimylinh 4
nhungcongangungoc 115
Ninian 54
Oanhnt 12

Petervu007 5
phamtrang24388 3
Pholau7 3
Phuong60 10
Phuonghang 7
Quangchien65 35
syncreation 33
Thanhtrihuynh 146
Thao077 1
Tinatinh 8

Tieuphong 1
Truongthinhutruc1966 4
Tomry 6
Thuyhangthinguyen 1
Thienphuong1010 10
tuanpc 43
Tungsu 7
tuongvi1303 1
Vuonglan 1
Vuthanh1957 28

Vuthitue 2
Vha08 2
wildcat 7
Yam 1
Ylytrang 26

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Update: July 23rd, 2019.