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Kim Thanh Upper Secondary
Welcome to our class!
Unit 1: Home Life
Language Focus
I. Pronunciation
Activity 1: Arrange the words into three groups according to the pronunciation of the -S ending sound: bags, bats, kits, kids, halves, dates, days, speeds, speaks, photographs, buses, boxes, watches, dishes, lamps, shoes, months, ties, houses, potatoes.
I. Pronunciation
Activity 1: Arrange the words into two groups according to the pronunciation of the -S ending sound ( Answer keys)
I. Pronunciation
Activity 2: Draw out the conclusion of pronouncing –S/ – ES ending sound.
We add –s or –es to a noun to make it a plural one. It is pronounced /s/, /z/ or /iz/.
a) We pronounce the –s ending sound /s/ when the word ends with the sounds /f/, /k/, /p/, /t/ / th/.
b) We pronounce the –es ending sound /iz/ when the word ends with the sounds /s/, /∫/, / t∫/, / dʒ/, /z/.
c) W pronounce the –s ending sound /z/ when the words end with all sounds except those in (a) and (b).

I. Pronunciation
Activity 3: Practise reading these sentences.
I saw some bats flying from the bags.
He often speaks at different speeds.
She tore the photographs into halves.
I always have the dates on rainy days.
The kids are playing with their toy kits.

Tense Revision
Past Simple
Present Perfect
Past Progressive
II. Grammar
Activity 1: The Simple Past
Formation: S + Past Form + O.
Past Form: - Regular verbs: V-ed ( worked/ started..)
- Irregular Verbs: saw/ met/ drove…
3) Uses:
- to express an action completed at a definite time in the past.
Adv: yesterday, ago, last + N
Ex: - I saw her this morning.
- Yesterday he flew to New York.
- Five years ago they lived in a small house in this area.
- Last week we paid an interesting visit to the Historic Museum.
II. Grammar
Activity 2: The Past Progressive
Formation: S + was / were + v - ing + O.
2) Uses:
a) to express an action that was happening and continuing at a definite time in the past. ( using: at 5p.m yesterday/ last…; at the/ this time yesterday..)
Ex: - At 7 p.m. last night we were having our dinner.
b) to express two actions happening at the same time in the past. ( using : While)
Ex: - Last night, while Peter was playing badminton, Mary was reading books.
c) to express an action that was happening in the past then another action happened and interrupted it. ( using: When)
Ex: - I was sleeping when the phone rang.
II. Grammar
Activity 3: The Present Perfect
Formation: S + have / has + Past Participle.
2) Uses:
a) to express an action that happened in the past without definite time. (Adv: ever, never, already, yet)
Ex: - Have you ever been to London?
- He has already finished his homework.
b) to express a recent event. (Adv: just, recently, nowadays, lately )
Ex: - Peter has recently bought a new house.
c) to express an action happening in the past and continuing to the present time. (Prep: For + period of time; Since + point of time; Adv: So far, up to now)
Ex: - we have lived in Hue for 10 years.
- She has studied English since she was 7 years old
II. Grammar
Activity 4: Doing Exercises
Exercise1: Underline the most suitable tense form in each sentence.
1) Did you see / Have you seen my bag anywhere? I can’t find it.
2) Hello Peter, are you back from the match? Did you enjoy / Have you enjoyed it?
3) This is the photo of my great grandfather. He was / has been married six times.
4) Have you given / Did you give Helen my message when you have seen/ saw her?
5) Sorry, could you say that again? I didn’t listen / haven’t listened to you.
6) Did you two meet / Have you two met before? Laura, this is Peter.
7) Did you meet / Have you met anyone interesting at the party?
Exercise2: Decide which answer (A, B or C) best fits each space.
Dear Linda,
I’m sorry I (1)_______________(write) to you for so long, but I (2)____________(be) very busy lately. All last month I (3)________(have) exams, and I (4)______________(do) anything else but study for ages. Anyway, I (5)______________(stop) studying now, and I (6)__________(wait) for my exam results.
As you can see from this letter, I (7)_____________(change) my address and (8)____________(live) in Corydon now. I (9)_____________ (decide) that I wanted a change from central London because it (10)_____________(become) so expensive. A friend (11)______(tell) me about this flat, and I (12)______ (move) here about two months ago.
When you (13)_______(come) to England this summer, please visit me. I (14)____________(stay) here until the middle of August. Then I (15)__________ ( go) on holiday to Scotland.
Please write soon,
haven’t written
am waiting
haven’t done
have stopped
have been
have changed
have lived
have decided
am staying
am going
has become
Learn by heart all the knowledge about the uses of those tenses reviewed.
Make five sentences for each tense.
Prepare Unit 2 – Reading in advance
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