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Unit 13. Films and cinema

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UNIT 13:
FILMS AND CINEMA
Part E: LANGUAGE FOCUS
Main content
Pronunciation
The consonants /f/ and /v/
Grammar
Attitudinal adjectives formed from Verbs
It was not until … that…
Articles: A/an/the
What can you see in the picture?
flowers
vase
leaf
I. Pronunciation
/f/: voiceless sound /v/: voiced sound
1. Listen and repeat
/f/ /v/
fan fiction van vote
first photograph vine Stephen
form enough view leave
2. Practice reading the sentences.
1. He feels happy enough.
2. I want a photograph for my self and my wife.
3. Would you prefer a full photograph or a profile?
4. Stephen is driving a van full of vines.
5. We used to live in a village in the valley.
6. They arrived in the village on a van.
1. 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
- express people’s attitude or feelings
II. Grammar and vocabulary
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
Ex1. Write the adjectival forms of the verbs below.
Ex: interest interesting

fascinate 6. bore
2. excite 7. surprise
3. terrify 8. amuse
4. irritate 9. embarrass
5. horrify 10. frustrate
exciting
terrifying
irritating
horrifying
boring
surprising
fascinating
amusing
frustrating
embarrassing
Ex2. Use an adjective ending –ing or –ed form of the verb in brackets to complete each sentence.
(Exercise 2 on page 140)
Key:
a. The weather is depressing.
b. This weather makes me depressed.
2. a. Tan is interested in astronomy.
b. He finds astronomy very interesting.
3. a. The program was boring.
b. I was bored with the program.
4. a. Lan is really excited about going to Singapore.
b. It will be an exciting experience for her.
5. a. Huong often finds her job exhausting.
b. At the end of the day’s work she is often exhausted.
Ex3. Choose the best answer:
She doesn’t like her job. It is so (boring/ bored).
2. I seldom visit art galleries. I’m not very (interesting/ interested) in art.
3. He’s starting a new job next week. He’s quite (excited/ exciting) about it.
4. We went for a very long walk. It was very (tiring/ tired).
5. Everyone was (surprised/ surprising) that he passed the exam.
2. It was not until + time in past + that …
(Maõi cho ñeán naêm naøo ñoù caùi gì ñoù môùi xaûy ra.)

=>It was not until 1915 that the cinema really became an industry.
Ex: The cinema did not become an industry until 1915.
* Rewrite the following sentences, using 
‘It was not until... that...’.

1. She didn’t become a teacher until 1990.
2. He didn’t know how to swim until he was 30.
3. They didn’t begin to learn English until 1980.
Key:

1. It was not until 1990 that she became a teacher.
2. It was not until he was 30 that he knew how to swim.
3. It was not until 1980 that they began to learn English.
3. Articles:
Ex: I have a dog. The dog is clever.
* A/an: Indefinite articles + singular N
( m¹o tõ kh«ng x¸c ®Þnh víi danh tõ sè Ýt)
A+ N begin with consonants ( phô ©m)
An + N begin with vowels ( nguyªn ©m)

* The: definite articles + singular/plural N
( m¹o tõ x® víi danh tõ sè it, sè nhiÒu)

Key:
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The
the
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an
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the
The
the
HOMEWORK
* Redo exercise 3,4 in textbook.
* Prepares the next lesson
unit14 – Reading
 
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