Smoking is not as common in American as in many other countries. Generally, Americans smoke less than Europeans and much less than Asians. It is a practice that is becoming less and less socially acceptable. Smoking is prohibited in many places. It is not allowed in any public buildings, on any public transportation (including airplane flights within the United State), in shops, in movies theaters, schools, and office buildings. The general rule is if you are indoors, then you probably are not allowed to smoke. The exceptions are bars, nightclubs, and some restaurants. If a restaurant does allow smoking, it will only be in an area that is designated for smokers. If you are with someone, even outdoors, it is polite to ask if they mind before you start smoking. [designate: select/ indicate] The legal smoking age in America is 18. If you are buying cigarettes (or another tobacco product) and you look young, the store clerk is required by law to ask you for proof of legal age. You should be prepared to provide identification. The main idea of the passage is _________.
A. Smoking is becoming less and less socially acceptable.
B. Smoking is becoming more and more socially acceptable
C. Smoking is good for your health
D. Smoking is allowed everywhere
Câu 37 : The legal smoking age in America is _________.
Câu 38 : It is _________to ask before you start smoking.
Câu 39 : You are NOT allowed to smoke in.
C. some restaurants
D. public buildings
Câu 40 : The people in __________ are NOT mentioned in the passage.