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Unit 5. Natural wonders of the word. Lesson 3. A closer look 2

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Warm-up:
Watch the video
and write the nouns
Running games
Answer key:
donkey
car
teeth
teacher
Keith
6. cloud
7. cat
8. tree
9. church
10. doctor
11. Pat
12. park
13. swing
What are countable nouns?
What are uncountable nouns?
Grammar
Countable and uncountable nouns
1. Countable nouns
2. Uncountable nouns
B. are for the people and things we can count using numbers.
A. are for the things that we cannot count with numbers.
Grammar
Countable and uncountable nouns
- Countable nouns are for the people and things we can count using numbers. Countable nouns can be singular: a rock, an island ..., or plural: rocks, islands ...
- Uncountable nouns are for the things that we cannot count with numbers. They usually do not have a plural form: cream, chocolate ...
Is the underlined noun countable or uncountable?
Write C (countable) or U (uncountable).
1.
The children are very tired after a day of fun.
2.
3.
My mother uses real butter in the cakes she bakes.
4.
Remember to bring the necessary travel items.
5.
How about meeting in the canteen for some tea?
Sue. What time?
Be careful! The water is deep.
C
U
U
C
U
1. I want _____ apples, ______oranges and _____ bananas for my family.
some
a few
many
Example:
2. My mother always buys _____butter , ______ milk and ______ orange juice for lunch.
some
much
a little
Grammar
Countable and uncountable nouns
We use some, many, a few with countable nouns.
We use some with countable/ uncountable nouns (+).
We use any with countable/ uncountable nouns (-)/(?).
We use some, much, a little with uncountable nouns.
Choose the correct option for each sentence.
Choose the correct option for each sentence.
Fill each blank with a, any, some, much or many.
1.
How books are there in your bag?
2.
3.
How sugar do you need for your tea, Mum?
4.
We need to buy new furniture for the house.
5.
There is
There isn’t milk in the fridge.
It’s empty.
big cave in this area.
Fill each blank with a, any, some, much or many.
1.
How books are there in your bag?
2.
3.
How sugar do you need for your tea, Mum?
4.
We need to buy new furniture for the house.
5.
There is
There isn’t milk in the fridge.
It’s empty.
many
any
much
some
a
big cave in this area.
Watch the video about what you must/ mustn’t do in the museum.
Form and usage of “must / mustn’t”
Grammar
Modal verb: must / mustn’t
- We use must to say that something is very necessary or very important.
- We use mustn’t to say that doing something is not allowed.
Fill each blank with must or mustn’t.
1.
You leave the hotel room before 12 o’clock.
2.
3.
My mum says you
4.
You know you go to bed with your shoes on.
5.
I want to speak English better.
I
You make lots of noise in the museum.
always tell the truth.
practice more.
Fill each blank with must or mustn’t.
1.
You leave the hotel room before 12 o’clock.
2.
3.
My mum says you
4.
You know you go to bed with your shoes on.
5.
I want to speak English better.
I
You make lots of noise in the museum.
must
mustn’t
must
mustn’t
must
always tell the truth.
practice more.
mustn’t
Read the classroom rules below. Write some more rules for you and your classmates.
1.
We must arrive on time.
2.
3.
4.
5.
We mustn’t pick flowers in the school garden.
Work in groups and write as many classroom rules as possible.
(On Padlet)
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Consolidation
Choose the best anser (A,B,C or D) to complete the sentences:
1. You _______ do your homework after school.
A. must B. mustn’t C. are D. aren’t
2. This lake has _______ water.
A. a few B. many C. much D. any
3. There are many _______ in Ha Long bay.
A. island B. islands C. coffee D. tea
4. I have _______ new English books.
A. some D. any C. a D. much
5. You _______ make noise in the class.
A. must B. doesn’t C. aren’t D. mustn’t
6. There is _______ milk in the bottle.
A. many B. a little C. a few D. any
Choose the best anser (A,B,C or D) to complete the sentences:
1. You _______ do your homework after school.
A. must B. mustn’t C. are D. aren’t
2. This lake has _______ water.
A. a few B. many C. much D. any
3. There are many _______ in Ha Long bay.
A. island B. islands C. coffee D. tea
4. I have _______ new English books.
A. some D. any C. a D. much
5. You _______ make noise in the class.
A. must B. doesn’t D. aren’t D. mustn’t
6. There is _______ milk in the bottle.
A. many B. a little C. a few D. any
What have you learnt today?
We have learnt:
1. Countable and uncountable nouns
* The usage of “some, many, a few” with countable nouns.
“some, much, a little” with uncountable nouns.

2. Modal verbs : must / mustn’t

Homework
- Revise the form and use of countable and ucountable nouns, must and mustn’t.
Do more exercises B 4,5,6 in workbook.
Write some rules you must/mustn’t do at home on Padlet.
Prepare new lessons :
Unit 5. Communication(1,2) + Skills 1
 
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