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Unit 5. Wonders of Viet Nam. Lesson 2. A closer look 1

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Unit 5 - WONDERS OF VIET NAM
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/1
Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
Lesson 2: A Closer Look 1
1. Write the words with the correct pictures.
A. cavern B. limestone C. fortress
D. tomb E. citadel F. sculpture
1.__________________
2.__________________
3.__________________
4.__________________
5.__________________
6.__________________
limestone
tomb
cavern
citadel
fortress
sculpture
2. Fill in each blank with a suitable adjective from the box.
1. The hotel is beautifully ______________ in a quiet spot near the river.
2. It is a quiet fishing village with a ______________
harbour.
3. The original size of the Forbidden City is _______
_________________ - it`s hard to believe.
4. This book is about _____________features of Viet Nam.
5. Ha Noi is the ____________ centre of our country.
geological
located/situated
picturesque
astounding
administrative
located/situated
picturesque
astouding
geological
administrative
3a. Match the nouns in A to the definitions in B.
a general word for a building
of any kind
1. setting
2. complex
3. structure
4. measures
5. recognition
b. the place where something is and
the general environment around it
c. an acceptance that something
exists, is true, or is valuable
d. a group of connected buildings
that are designed for a particular
purpose
e. official actions that are done in
order to achieve a particular aim
A
B
3b. Now use the nouns in a to complete the sentences.
1. This has been standing since the 15th ____________
century.
2. The government must take ___________ to preserve historical sites in the area.
3. I like a hotel in a beautiful __________ of landscaped gardens.
4. The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is a __________
that consists of royal palaces and monuments.
5. There is a growing__________ that protecting natural wonders has financial benefits as well as cultural importance
1. setting
2. complex
3. structure
4. measures
5. recognition
structure
measures
setting
complex
recognition
4. Listen and repeat, paying attention to the
words in red in each pair of sentences.
1. A: This is a solution, but not the only one.
B: Attempts to find a solution have failed.

2. A: I`m fond of bananas.
B: Bananas are what I`m fond of.

3. A: It`s not trick and treat; it`s trick or treat.
B: I need Peter and Mary or John and Nick
to help me.

4. A: It`s good but expensive.
B: You shouldn`t put `but` at the end of the
sentence.
PRONUNCIATION
Stress on auxiliary verbs in sentences
4. Listen and repeat, paying attention to the
words in red in each pair of sentences.
PRONUNCIATION
Stress on auxiliary verbs in sentences
Remember!
Short words like articles (a, an, the), conjunctions (and, or), and prepositions (at, of, to) are usually unstressed or in the weak form. However, we use these short words in the strong form in the following cases:
When the short words are used at the end of sentences.
Example: What are you playing at?
Mary is the person I’m looking for.
When the short words are used for emphasis or contrast.
Example: This is the place to eat.
It’s not a solution, but the solution
When the short words are used for citation.
Example: You should put ‘and’ at the end of the sentence.
5. Read the mini-talks and underline the short words (for, the, from, and, but, at, of, to) you think use the strong form. Then listen and check.
Example:
A: Who are you looking for?
B: Peter is the person I`m looking for.

1. A: Where are you from?
B: I`m from Ha Noi.
2. A: Can you come and check this paragraph for me?
B: It`s OK but you shouldn`t use `and` at the beginning
of the paragraph.
3. A: Did you ask her to join our group?
B: I`ve asked her several times but she doesn`t want to.
4. A: Is this letter from Peter?
B: No, the letter is to him, not from him.
 
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