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Quý vị chưa đăng nhập hoặc chưa đăng ký làm thành viên, vì vậy chưa thể tải được các tư liệu của Thư viện về máy tính của mình.
Nếu đã đăng ký rồi, quý vị có thể đăng nhập ở ngay ô bên phải.

Unit 13. Films and cinema

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Người gửi: Mai Thùy Dung
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Unit 13: Films and Cinema
Part E: Language focus
Teacher’s name: Mai Thi Thuy Dung
Group: 061E3
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Main content
Pronunciation
The consonants /f/ and /v/
Grammar
Attitudinal adjectives formed from Verbs
It was not until … that…
Articles: A/an/the
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Pronunciation
Work in group and write down words with sounds /f/ and /v/
Watch and listen to a video and see how the sounds are pronounced
Read after the speakers to practice
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Practice
/f/
fault
life
belief
fan
leaf
rifle
off
/v/
vault
live
believe
van
leave
rival
of
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Adjective forms of verbs
Example:
Form: Present participle: V-ing
Past participle: V-ed
Usage: V-ing: - having active meaning
- the subject causing the action
- describe the nature of people/things
V-ed: - having passive meaning
- the subject affected by another objects
- express people’s attitude or feelings
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Example:
Situation:
A boy is watching a film which is about a ghost’s life
- The ghost in the film makes
the boy horrified

The ghost is really horrifying
for him to watch
Horrify
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Task 1:
Match the given pictures with the suitable verbs.
Turn them into V-ing or V-ed adjectives to make two sentences; one describes the objects in the pictures, one is about the causes of the attitudes
Base on some suggestions at the back side of the pictures to make sentences
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Fascinate, surprise, amuse, embarrass, frustrate, terrify, horrify, excite, bore, depress, irritate


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It was not until … that …
Example:
I did not know how to ride bicycle
until went to high school.
It was not until I went to high school that I knew how to ride bicycle.
Form:


Usage: to emphasize the point of time in the past when some events happened
It was not until + point of time/clause + that + clause
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Task 2
Write one sentence with “until”, then transform it to the another one with structure “It was not until … that …”. Remember to use the verbs in correct forms
0. 2006/Vietnam/join the WTO
Vietnam did not join the WTO until 2006
It was not until 2006 that Vietnam joined WTO
1945/Vietnam/independent
8pm/the movie/start
When she was graduated/she/travel abroad
I was 20/I/meet my lover

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Articles: A/an/the
Definition:
Words that stand before Ns to indicate the type of reference being made by a N
A/an: Indefinite articles + singular Ns
A + Ns begin with consonants
An + Ns begin with vowels
The: definite articles + singular/plural Ns
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Usage
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Thanks for attention
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Yesterday I bought a dictionary and an English book. The dictionary is expensive and the English book is cheaper

 
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