Banner-baigiang-1090_logo1
Banner-baigiang-1090_logo2

Tìm kiếm theo tiêu đề

Tìm kiếm Google

Quảng cáo

Hướng dẫn sử dụng thư viện

Hỗ trợ kĩ thuật

Liên hệ quảng cáo

  • (024) 66 745 632
  • 036 286 0000
  • contact@bachkim.vn

Unit 02. Life in the Countryside. Lesson 3. A Closer Look 2

Wait
  • Begin_button
  • Prev_button
  • Play_button
  • Stop_button
  • Next_button
  • End_button
  • 0 / 0
  • Loading_status
Tham khảo cùng nội dung: Bài giảng, Giáo án, E-learning, Bài mẫu, Sách giáo khoa, ...
Nhấn vào đây để tải về
Báo tài liệu có sai sót
Nhắn tin cho tác giả
(Tài liệu chưa được thẩm định)
Nguồn:
Người gửi: Lê Viết Phú
Ngày gửi: 20h:31' 28-08-2018
Dung lượng: 6.4 MB
Số lượt tải: 706
Số lượt thích: 2 người (Nguyễn Tấn Thuận, Hoàng Bá Dat)
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
WARM-UP:
COLLECT
WATER
HAY
MILK
WOOD
Cross out one noun which does not go with the verb.
WARM-UP:
HERD
THE SHEEP
THE CATTLE
Cross out one noun which does not go with the verb.
WARM-UP:
GROW
RICE
MEAT
GRASS
Cross out one noun which does not go with the verb.
WARM-UP:
PICK
APPLES
POST
Cross out one noun which does not go with the verb.
WILD FLOWERS
GRAMMAR
Comparative forms of adjectives: review
- Short adjectives: with one syllable
The following adjectives are considered as ‘short’.
+ Adjectives with two syllables ending in “y”:
Ex: funny, easy, pretty, happy, lazy, crazy…
+ Adjectives ending in “er”, “w”, “le”
Ex: quiet, clever, narrow, simple.
- Long adjectives: with two or more syllables
1. Short and Long Adjectives:
Ex: big, small, tall, thick, hot, warm…
Ex: useful, expensive, modern, beautiful…
Exceptions:
John is taller than Tom (is).
Ex1:
2. Comparatives:
S
Be
Adj_er
a) Short Adjectives
Ex2:
2. Comparatives:
a) Short Adjectives
Mr. Peter
Mr. Brown
Mr. Brown is bigger than Mr. Peter.
S + BE + Short ADJ_ER + THAN…
FORM:
Note: We use comparative adjectives to compare two things, people or places
2. Comparatives:
a) Short Adjectives
John is taller than Tom (is).
Ex:
Mr. Brown is bigger than Mr. Peter (is).
Notes: How to add “_ER”
* General rule: Add “_ER” to almost all short adjectives.
* Other cases:
- Adjectives with 2 syllables ending in “y”, drop “y” then add “_IER”.
Ex: happy  happier lucky  luckier
- Adjectives ending in a consonant, preceded by a vowel, double the ending consonant, then add “_ER”.
Ex: big  bigger fat  fatter
Ex: safe  safer nice  nicer
- Adjectives ending in mute “e” , drop “e” then add “_ER”.
- Adjectives ending in _w, _er, _le, add “ER”.
Ex: new  newer clever  cleverer
* Irregular Comparatives
Mini-Practice
1. The horse is…………… than the car.
2. The car is ………….. than the horse.
fast / slow
slower
faster
long / short
3. The snake is ………. than the worm. 
4. The worm is …………than the snake.
longer
shorter
Mary is more beautiful than her sister (is).
2. Comparatives:
Ex1:
b) Long Adjectives
S
Be
Long Adj
Tom is more intelligent than David (is).
Ex2:
2. Comparatives:
b) Long Adjectives
Mary is more beautiful than her sister (is).
Tom is more intelligent than David (is).
S + BE + MORE + Long ADJ + THAN
FORM:
2. Comparatives:
b) Long Adjectives
Ex:
Mini-Practice
1. Princess Silvia is ………….……….. than princess Maria.
Princess Silvia
Princess Maria
more beautiful
beautiful
2. CDs are …………………. Nobody uses floppy disks nowadays.
more modern
CDs
floppies
modern
3. I think London is ……………….…… than Tokyo.
more expensive
London
Tokyo
expensive
S + be + less + Adj + than +…
*Note: Less / Inferior Comparatives:
Ex: Peter is less fat than David.
Long Xuyen is less modern than Chicago.
S + be + Adj_er + than +…
S + be + more + Adj + than +…
(Comparatives of Adjs)
REMEMBER
- Short Adjectives:
- Long Adjectives:
S + be + less + Adj + than +…
* Less/Inferior Comparatives:
New lessons
UNIT 2 - LESSON 3
A CLOSER LOOK 2
1. Complete the passage below with a suitable comparative form of the adjectives provided.
Sometimes I hear adults around me say that it is (0. good) better for children to grow up in the city than in the countryside. They say that the city offers a child more opportunities for (1. high) _________ education, and (2. easy)________ access to (3. good) _________ facilities. Life there is (4. exciting) ____________ and (5. convenient) _______________.
They may be right, but there’s one thing they might not know. I feel (6. happy) ________ here than in a crowded and noisy city. Country folk are (7. friendly) _________ than city folk. I know every boy in my village. Life here is not as (8. fast) ______ as that in the city and I feel (9. safe) ___________. Perhaps the (10. good) __________ place to grow up is the place where you feel at home
higher
easier
happier
more exciting
more convenient
friendlier
fast
safer
best
better
* Comparative forms of adverbs
- Almost all adverbs of manner are long because they are formed by Adj_ly, so we use “more”



Ex: Mr. Pike walks more slowly than Mrs. Mary (does).
Nga works more quietly than Nam (does).
S + V + MORE + Long ADV + THAN
FORM:
* Comparative forms of Adverbs are just like the Comparative forms of Adjectives.
Note: Some irregular forms of adverbs of manner
well → better badly → worse
Ex: I believe you’ll do better in the next test.
Nam drives worse than his brother (does).
- Only these following adverbs (the same form as adjectives) are short: soon, late, early, fast, hard…






Ex: Phong gets up earlier than anyone in his family.
Nga works harder than Nam (does).
S + V + short Adv_ER + than +…
FORM:
2. Complete the sentences with suitable comparative forms of adverbs in the box.

healthily
slowly
generously
soundly
traditionally
1. Can you speak ___________ ? My English is not good.
2. After a hard working day, we usually sleep ____________.
3. Nowadays, people dress ______________, so it’s difficult to say which country they are from.
4. It’s not always true that rich people donate ______________ than poor people.
5. If you want to stay slim, you have to eat ____________.
more slowly
more soundly
less traditionally
more generously
more healthily
3. Finish the sentences below with a suitable
comparative form of hard, early, late, fast,
well and badly.
1. Your exam score is low. I am sure you can do _______.
2. We’ll be late for the fair. Can you drive ______?
3. On Sunday, we can get up ______ than usual.
4. The farmers have to work ______ at harvest time.
5. You look tired. Are you feeling ________ than you did this morning?
6. My mother has to get up ______ than us to milk the cows.
better
faster
later
harder
worse
earlier
4. Underline the correct comparative forms to
complete the sentences.
1. People in rural areas of Britain talk optimistically / more optimistically about the future than city people.
2. In India, rural areas are more popularly / popular known as the ‘countryside’.
3. A village is less densely populated / more densely populated than a city.
4. City people seem to react quickly / more quickly
to changes than country people.
5. Medical help can be less easily / more easily
obtained in a city than in the countryside.
6. A buffalo ploughs better / more well than a horse.
5. Write the answers to the questions below.
1. Which place is more peaceful, the city or the countryside?
→ ________________________________________
2. Which works faster at calculus, a computer or a human being?
→ ________________________________________
3. Which one is harder, life in a remote area or life in a modern town?
→ ________________________________________
4. Which city is more expensive, Ho Chi Minh City or Hue?
→ ________________________________________
5. Who can smell better, animals or human beings?
→ ________________________________________
Animals can smell better than human beings.
The countryside is more peaceful than the city.
A computer works faster at calculus than a human being
Life in a remote area is harder than that in a modern town
Ho Chi Minh City is more expensive than Hue.
1. Farmers collect fruit __________ others. (fast)
2. A city has _______________ activities than the countryside. (interesting)
3. The city offers more services. It`s much _____________________ the countryside.
(convenient)
4. Some people think that country folks are ____________ city people. (friendly)
5. This task can be completed __________ than that one. (easy)
CONSOLIDATION: Supply the correct form of words given in the parentheses.
faster than
more interesting
more convenient than
friendlier than
more easily
+
HOMEWORK
- Review the grammar points: Comparative forms of Adjectives and Adverbs.
- Do exercises B 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 in workbook (page 10 and 11)
- Prepare for Unit 2: Communication
Goodbye!
See you again!
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
1. Farmers collect fruit ___than others. (fast)
2. That young nomad herds his livestock _______ than his father. (well)
3. City children seem to react ______ than those in the countryside. (quickly)
4. After the summer holiday in a remote area, Jim studies ________. (hard)
5. My cousin painted his own room _______ than I did. (skillfully)
Complete the sentences with comparative forms of the adverbs in brackets
1. My mum often wakes up at 5.30 am while I often wake up at 6.30 am. (early)
=> My mum often wakes up ____________.
2. According to a survey, 70% of city teenagers use their mobiles every day. The rate in the countryside is only 30%. (frequently)
=> City teenagers use their mobiles ________.
3. Jack and Jim are both excellent at riding horses but Jim is a bit better than Jack. (excellently)
=> Jack rides _________.
4. The boys in the village can fly kites very high; I’m not that good. (high)
=> The boys in the village can fly _________.
 
Gửi ý kiến