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Unit 01. Leisure Activities. Lesson 3. A Closer Look 2

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Monday, May 13, 2019
WARM-UP: Name the pictures
Watching TV
Listening to music
Reading books
Going fishing
Riding bicycles
Painting
New lessons
UNIT 1 - LESSON 3
A CLOSER LOOK 2
Verbs of liking
adore
love
like, enjoy, fancy
don’t mind
dislike, don’t like
hate
detest
Degree
GRAMMAR:
VERBS OF LIKING
(kính yêu, quý mến)
(yêu thích)
(thích)
(không phiền)
(không thích)
(ghét)
(căm ghét)
She likes making models.
Examples
likes
making
Verb of liking
GERUND
They love to read Harry Potter novel.
Verb of liking
TO-INFINITIVE
love
to read
Verbs of liking + gerunds
Verbs of liking + to-infinitives
(general meaning)
(specific meaning)
Note: Verbs of liking can be used with both gerunds and to-infinitives without much change in meaning.
gERUND
on, in, into, at, onto, out, out of, under, with, of, down, up, within, without, off, beside, from, for, by…
He leaves without saying goodbye .

They earn their living by drawing pictures.
Ex:
1) After prepositions:
To BE + accustomed to (quen với), afraid of (lo sợ, e sợ về), ashamed of (xấu hổ về), capable of (có khả năng, có thể), bored with (chán với), disappointed in/with (thất vọng về), fond of (thích về), hopeful of (hy vọng về), intent on (đeo đuổi, chăm chú về), interested in (quan tâm về), opposed to (chống đối với), proud of (hãnh diện về), responsible for (có trách nhiệm về), sorry about (ân hận về), successful in (thành công trong), surprised at (ngạc nhiên về), tired from (mệt nhọc vì), tired of (chán với), worried about (lo lắng về).
To be (get) + used to / accustomed to (quen với).
To look forward to (trông mong, trông đợi).
To look after = to take care of (trông nom, chăm sóc).
2) After phrasal verbs:
- I am interested in learning English.
- Police soon get accustomed to arresting criminals.
- Are you capable of completing the work within an hour ?
- Eli Whitney is famous for inventing the cotton gin.
- The driver was intent on passing the other car.
- The treasurer is responsible for keeping the books.
Ex:
enjoy (thưởng thức), avoid (tránh), detest = hate (ghét), miss (lỡ), postpone (trì hoãn), mind (bận tâm), suggest (gợi ý), feel like (cảm thấy thích), dislike (không thích), like = love = fancy (thích), consider (xem xét), keep [on] (giữ, bắt phải, tiếp tục), finish (kết thúc), practise (luyện tập), admit (thú nhận), deny (từ chối), delay (hoãn lại), risk (liều), appreciate (đánh giá cao, coi trọng), imagine (tưởng tượng), escape (tránh / thoát khỏi), intend (dự định), neglect (xao lãng), quit (bỏ, từ bỏ), resist (chống lại), recollect (nhớ lại, hồi tưởng), endure (chịu đựng), go + activity (go swimming / bicycling / hunting…), mention (đề cập đến), propose (đề nghị), prefer (thích hơn), spend (time/money) (dành th.gian, chi tiền)…
3. After the following verbs:
I finished doing my homework.
I always avoid making noise in class.
Have you finished writing the report ?
Anne practised playing the piano at an early age.
I don’t mind doing a lot of homework.
He can’t stand working ten hours a day
Ex :
- It’s no good (không tốt, chẳng đáng).
- It’s no use = what’s the use of …? (vô ích, chẳng ích gì).
- can’t help, can’t resist (không thể không, không khỏi, không nhịn được).
- can’t bear, can’t stand (không thể chịu đựng)
4. After special phrases:
It’s no use talking to him.
I can’t stand his staying here any more.
I can’t help laughing at his jokes.
What is the use of worrying about it?
Ex :
- To be busy (bận).
- To be worth (xứng đáng)
5. After the following adjectives:
She is busy doing her homework.
This book is worth reading.
Note: thường thì
Ex :
To Be + Adj + To infinitive
Ex: Nga is happy to work with her Mr. Jones.
- To have difficulty / trouble / a hard time / problem (gặp khó khăn)…
- To have an easy time (gặp lúc thoải mái)
- To have fun (vui vẻ)….
6. After verbal phrases with “TO HAVE”:
- They have difficulty talking to each other.
- With all the traffic noise, Mr. Packard had a hard time hearing the reporters’ questions.
- I`m having a very hard time finding a job.
- I`ve been having trouble checking my e-mail.
Ex:
7. After such verbs as:
Your hair is too long. It needs cutting.
= It needs to be cut
The machines require cleaning.
= They require to be cleaned.
Ex:
But: I need you to help me with my essay.
- There + to be (có).
- There is no (không có, không còn cách gì).
- There is no point in = What’s the point of …(chẳng có lý do gì).
- There is little (có ít, hầu như không)
8. After the following expression with “there + to be”:
There is talking in the next room.
There was much debating on the subject.
There`s no cheating anymore.
There`s no point in getting angry. So I just smiled.
Ex:
- A waste of money (lãng phí tiền).
- A waste of time (lãng phí thời gian).
9. After the following noun phrases: “a waste of money / time”:
It’s a waste of time reading that book. It is rubbish.
It’s a waste of money buying things you don’t need.
Ex:
1. Read the conversation in Getting Started again. Underline verbs that are followed by a gerund.
M: Check out this book, Phuc. ‘My Mini Guide to Dog Training’.
P: Sounds great! Max’ll like it too. Last weekend we learnt some tricks. I love to watch him. It’s so much fun… Have you found your craft kit?
M: Yes, I’ve found this one. It’s got everything:
beads, stickers, wool, buttons… I don’t know, it’ll take all my savings.
P: But it’s right up your street! Nick, what’s that?
N: It’s a CD of Vietnamese folk songs. I’ll listen to it tonight.
M: And you’ll be able to improve your Vietnamese!
N: Ha ha, not sure about that. But I think I’ll enjoy listening to the melodies.
P: Look at the language website I sent you. It’ll help you learn Vietnamese more easily.
N: Yes, I liked reading Doraemon comics while I was learning Japanese.
P: Stop reading comics! I’ll bring you my favourite short story this Sunday when we play football.
M: Sorry but we have to hurry. Mum and dad are waiting. We need to buy some tools to build a new house for Max this weekend
2. Tick () the appropriate box. Then listen to check.





1. I love eating spicy food.
I love to eat spicy food.
2. Jane enjoys running.
3. Phong detests doing DIY.
4. I prefer reading poetry.
I prefer to read poetry.
5. Do you fancy watching TV?
Audio script:
3. Write the correct form of the verbs.
1. Mai enjoys ________ (make) crafts, especially bracelets.
2. People in Britain love _________________ (watch) TV in their free time.
3. Do you fancy _____________________ (skateboard) in the park this Sunday?
4. Nick likes __________________ (learn) Vietnamese.
5. Ngoc hates _____________ (sit) at the computer for too long .
making
watching / to watch
skateboarding
learning / to learn
sitting / to sit
4. Write sentences about what you like or don’t like doing in your free time, beginning with the following. Then share what you have written with your partner.
1. I adore _________________________________.
2. I love __________________________________.
3. I fancy _________________________________.
4. I don’t mind_____________________________.
5. I don’t like ______________________________.
6. I detest _________________________________.
playing badminton.
 jogging in the park.
playing computer games.
helping you do the homework.
playing football.
making bread in the free time.
Model writing
1. I adore _________________________________.
2. I love __________________________________.
3. I fancy _________________________________.
4. I don’t mind_____________________________.
5. I don’t like ______________________________.
6. I detest _________________________________.
4. Write sentences about what you like or don’t like doing in your free time, beginning with the following. Then share what you have written with your partner.
Your turn!
5. Look at the following email that Minh Duc wrote a new penfriend.
Hi, my name’s Duc.
How are you? This is what I like do in my free time. I often play video games or watch TV. Or I go to the park and play football with my friends. I enjoy do this very much! I sometimes help my parents too. If I have homework, I’ll try to finish it first before I do anything else. But I don’t like have lots of homework! I don’t mind to do homework but I hate spend all evening on it! On Saturday or Sunday, I love eat out with my family. The food is delicious!
What about you?
Best,
Duc
a) There are six grammar mistakes in his email.
Can you find and correct them?
Hi, my name’s Duc.
How are you? This is what I like do in my free time. I often play video games or watch TV. Or I go to the park and play football with my friends. I enjoy do this very much! I sometimes help my parents too. If I have homework, I’ll try to finish it first before I do anything else. But I don’t like have lots of homework! I don’t mind to do homework but I hate spend all evening on it! On Saturday or Sunday, I love eat out with my family. The food is delicious!
What about you?
Best, (Duc )
doing / to do
doing
having / to have
doing
spending / to spend
eating / to eat
Hi, my name’s Duc.
How are you? This is what I like doing (to do) in my free time. I often play video games or watch TV. Or I go to the park and play football with my friends. I enjoy doing this very much! I sometimes help my parents too. If I have homework, I’ll try to finish it first before I do anything else. But I don’t like having (to have) lots of homework! I don’t mind doing homework but I hate spending (to spend) all evening on it! On Saturday or Sunday, I love eating (to eat) out with my family. The food is delicious!
What about you?
Best,
Duc
b) Answer the questions.
How many activities does Duc mention in his email?
The activities Duc mentions in his email are: playing video games, watching TV, going to the park, playing football, helping his parents, doing homework, and eating out with his family.
2. Which two activities do you think he enjoys the most?
The two activities he enjoys the most are playing football with his friends, and eating out with his family.
6. Write a similar email to tell your friend about your free time, using the verbs of liking + gerunds or verbs of liking + to-infinitives. Swap your work with a partner and check for mistakes.
Hi Nam,
How are you? Long time not talk to you.
There is a new park in my neighbourhood so I start jogging in the park as a new leisure activity besides playing computer games, watching TV. I enjoy playing computer games most, hihi. However I also like to jog in the park. I hate to help my sister do her homework.
How about you?
Best,
Nga
Model writing
6. Write a similar email to tell your friend about your free time, using the verbs of liking + gerunds or verbs of liking + to-infinitives. Swap your work with a partner and check for mistakes.
Your turn!
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HOMEWORK
- Review the grammar structure: Gerund or to-infinitive follow verbs of liking.
- Do exercises B 1, 2, 3, 4 in workbook (page 4 and 5)
- Prepare for Unit 1: Communication
Goodbye!
See you again!
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
 
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