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Unit 1. Friendship

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Người gửi: Vũ Thanh Tùng (trang riêng)
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Read the text about Pippa Wilson & answer some questions
Pippa Wilson is studying marketing at university. She enjoys travelling and would probably like to work for a tour company. “I’m not sure yet exactly what I want to do. After university, I’m going to have a year off and I’m going round the world with another girl. We hope to find work on the way.”
1. What is P.W doing?
2. What does she enjoy doing?
3. What does she plan to do after university?
She .
She to have a year off and go round the

world with another girl.
+ V-ing
Note: " To " in these expressions is a preposition.

* be accustomed to
= be used to = get used to
* be committed to: cam kết, hứa làm gì
* be devoted to: hết lòng, tận tuỵ với
* be opposed to: phản đối
* look forward to: trông mong, mong đợi
* in addition to: ngoài ... ra
* object to: phản đối
* be resigned to : cam chịu
Ex: Thank you for helping carry the packages to the post office.
: quen làm gì
Ex: Thank you for helping carry the packages to the post office.
* Prefer + (v-ing) TO + (v+ing) = prefer to do St than (do) St: thích làm gì hơn làm gì
* would prefer + to inf. = would rather + bare inf.
Ex: Well, I’d prefer to go by car.

* would prefer + to inf. + rather than + bare inf.
Ex: I’d prefer to stay at home tonight rather than go to the cinema.
(= Well, I’d rather go by car.)
+ V-ing

But: busy
worth (đáng làm gì)
Ex: I was surprised to see Tim at the party.
This book is worth reading.
3. Some SPECIAL EXPRESSIONS followed by Gerund (V-ing)

Ex: go swimming, go shopping, go skiing, go fishing...

Ex: I can`t help worrying about it.
Ex: It’s no good trying to persuade me. You won’t succeed.
There’s no point in buying a car if you never use it.

Ex: I had difficulty finding a place to live.
We had fun playing volleyball.

Ex: Sam spends most of his time studying.
She wastes a lot of time watching TV.
Note: a waste of time / money + V-ing

Ex: I stood there wondering what to do next.
He is lying in bed reading a novel.

Ex: When I walked into my office, I found George using my telephone.

Ex: I need to borrow some money.
The house needs painting / to be painted.
Ex: Mrs Lee made her son clean his room.
My father let me drive his car.
Ex: Jane had the waiter bring her some tea.
I had my watch repaired by someone.
Ex: I saw my friend run / running down the street.
I heard the rain fall / falling on the roof.
5. Some verbs are followed by either to infinitives or V-ing with no difference in meaning
Ex: It began to rain / raining.
But It was beginning to rain.
6. Some verbs followed by either to infinitives or V-ing with a difference in meaning

remember to do St
remember doing St
Ex: Judy always remembers to lock the door before she leaves home.
It began to get cold and he regretted not wearing his coat.
Note: regret to say / to tell / to inform you that ...
Ex: We regret to inform you that we cannot offer you the job.
Ex: I`m trying to learn English.
The room was hot. I tried opening the window, but that didn`t help, so I tried turning on the fan, but I was still hot. Finally, I turned on the air conditioner.

Ex: I stopped to ask the way to the airport.
He stopped smoking 3 months ago.
I can`t stop him talking to the press.
Excersises: Put the verbs into the correct form
1. I was very tired. I tried ........................ my eyes open but I couldn’t.
2. She told him ............................... the door. (lock)
3. My father allowed me .............................. his camera. (use)
4. I want ................................ the truth. (know)
5. When I was tired, I enjoy ......................television. It’s relaxing.(watch)
6. It was a nice day, so we decided ........................... for a picnic. (go)
7. I’m not in a hurry. I don’t mind .............................. (wait)
8. We were hungry, so I suggested ............................ dinner early.
to keep
to lock
to use
to know
to go
Exercise 1: Put the words in the correct order :
She has a train to catch.
- train / catch / she / a / have
- lot / of / a / housework / there / be / do
There is a lot of housework to do.
Exercise 1: Put the words in the correct order :
Who wants something to eat?
1. who / something / eat / want
2. letters / I / write / some / have
I have some letters to write. / I have to write some letters.
3. delighted / hear / I / be / the news.
I am / was delighted to hear the news.
4. my / shopping / some / mother / do / have
My mother has some shopping to do.
Exercise 1: Put the words in the correct order :
You always have too much to talk about.
5. always / much / talk / have / you / too / about.
6. lovely / see / it / again / you / be.
It’s lovely to see you again.
7. out / cold / it / go / too / be.
It is/was too cold to go out.
8. passed / exams / know / happy / I / be / that / you / have / the.
I’m happy to hear that you have passed the exam.
Exercise 2: Rewrite the sentences, using the words
given in brackets:
He saw them arrive home late.
- They arrived home late. (He saw)
She didn’t want to stay there for the weekend.
(They made her)
They made her stay there for the weekend.

The police watched them get out of the car.
1. They got out of the car. (The police watched)
2. They allowed him to write a letter to his wife. (They let)
They let him write a letter to his wife.
3. They talked in the next room. (I heard)
I heard them talk in the next room.
4. The customs officer told him to open the briefcase. (The customs officer made)
The customs officer made him open the briefcase.
Exercise 2: Rewrite the sentences, using the words
given in brackets:
The boy saw the cat jump through the window.
6. Maybe the company will ask him to pay some extra money. (Do you think the company will make)
Do you think the company will make him pay some extra money?
7. The animal moved towards me, I felt it. (I felt)
I felt the animal move towards me.
8. She wants to go for a picnic. (Do you think her parents will let)
5. The cat jumped through the window. (The boy saw)
Do you think her parents will let her go for a picnic?

Exercise 3: textbook, p.81
Exercise 4: Workbook, p.44-45)



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