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Review 1. Unit 1, unit 2, unit 3. Lesson 2. Skills

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Người gửi: Nguyễn Thị Hiền
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WELCOME TO OUR CLASS
Tuesday, November 9th, 2021
REVIEW 1: Units 1-2-3
LESSON 1: LANGUAGE
I. VOCABULARY:
Activity 1. Form compound nouns with the words in the box. Then complete the sentences, using the correct ones.
housework
childcare
viewpoint
grandparents
girlfriend
care child friend girl grand
house parents point view work
1. She spent all morning doing___________________
2. There are many different_____________________
options available to mothers returning to work.
3. Parents should try to see things from a teenager’s ___________________
4. I have lived with my _______________since I was born.
5. He can’t come because he’s taking his ________________on a date.
Activity 1. Form compound nouns with the words in the box. Then complete the sentences, using the correct ones
care child friend girl grand
house parents point view work
1. She spent all morning doing (n)__________
2. There are many different (n)_________
options available to mothers returning to work.
3. Parents should try to see things from a teenager’s (n)_________
4. I have lived with my (n)_____________since I was born.
5. He can’t come because he’s taking his (n)_________ on a date.
childcare
housework
viewpoint
grandparents
girlfriend
care child friend girl grand
house parents point view work
Activity 1. Form compound nouns with the words in the box. Then complete the sentences, using the correct ones
Activity 2. Complete the sentences with correct words from the box.
Independent reconciled argument
self-reliant relationship
1. She has a close (n) ___________with her parents.
2. He broke the glass vase during a(n) (n)_________
with his cousin.
3. We were finally (adj) _________after he apologised.
4. My little cousin is becoming more (adj) __________so
my aunt has more time for herself.
5. Teaching secondary school students to be independent and (adj)__________is important for their personal development.
relationship
argument
reconciled
independent
self - reliant
II. PRONUNCIATION
Exercise 3. Listen and link (∪) the final consonants and initial vowels in the sentences. Then read them aloud. 
II. PRONUNCIATION
Exercise 3. Listen and link (∪) the final consonants and initial vowels in the sentences. Then read them aloud. 
III. GRAMMAR
Activity 4. Complete these sentences with should/ shouldn’t/ ought to / ought not to / must/ mustn’t / have to/ has to.
1. It’s a great film. You_____________ go and see it.
2. You don’t look well. You _________________ go out. It’s cold outside.
3. It’s late. I ____________go now or I will miss the last train.
4. Students _______ use mobile phones in class.
5. The government really __________ do something about unemployment.
should/ ought to
shouldn’t/ ought not to
must/ have to
mustn’t
must/ has to
1. The first Olympic Games were held in Greece.
It was…………………………………………………………….
2. Nam won the first prize in the English speaking contest.
It was…………………………………………………………….

3. I am making a chocolate cake for my best friend’s birthday party.
It is……………………………………………………………….

4. Scotland’s most famous poet Robert Burns was born in 1759.
It was…………………………………………………………….
5. Working on a computer gives me headaches.
It is……………………………………………………………….
Activity 5. Rewrite the following sentences to emphasise the underlined parts, using “It is/ was …that…”
in Greece that the first Olympic Games were held.
Nam who/that won the first prize in the English
speaking contest.
a chocolate cake that I am making for my best friend’s
birthday party.
in 1759 that Scotland’s most famous poet Robert Burns
was born.
working on a computer that gives me headaches.
1. It’s quite easy to find our school.
Our school is……………………………………
2. It’s difficult to translate the paragraph .
The paragraph…………………………………..
3. I am happy that I work for the school library
I am delighted……………………………………
4. She was amazed that she saw him at the party.
She was very surprised……………………………
5. I was sad when I heard your grandmother was ill.
I was sorry…………………………………………
Activity 6. Write new sentences with a similar meaning. Use the to – infinitive after the adjective
quite easy to find.
is difficult to translate.
to work for the school library.
to see him at the party.
to hear that your grandma was ill.
Tuesday, November 9th, 2021
REVIEW 1: Units 1-2-3
LESSON 2: SKILLS
I. READING
Activity 1. Read and complete the text with the words from the box. 
possibility unemployment practical decisions
hopefully straight advantage qualifications
decisions
hopefully
unemployment
advantage
straight
qualifications
possibility
practical
Activity 2. Read the text again and answer the questions.
Around the age of seventeen.
There is more unemployment.
Getting a job more easily.
There are many opportunities for training.
II. SPEAKING
Activity 3: Work with your partner. Make a conversation about your friend`s problem and give them advice. Use your own ideas or the suggestions below.
III. LISTENING
Activity 4. Listen to the recording about relationship problems between parents and teenage children. Decide whether the following statements arc true (T), or false (F) according to the speaker.
Audio script
During the teenage years, it is at times difficult for parents to talk to their children.! Teenagers often seem to hate being questioned. They seem unwilling to talk about their work at school. This is a normal psychological development at this age. Although it can be hard for parents to understand, it is part of becoming independent. Teenagers are trying to be adults while they are still growing up. Young people often dislike talking if they realise that parents are trying to check upon them. Parents should find ways to talk to their teenage children about school, work and future plans, but should not push them to talk if they don`t want to Parents should also watch for danger signs. For example, some teenagers in trying to be adults may experiment with alcohol, drugs or smoking.  It is necessary for parents to watch for any signs of different behaviour, which may be connected with these dangers and offer help if necessary.





During the teenage years, it is at times difficult for parents to talk to their children.! Teenagers often seem to hate being questioned.
They seem unwilling to talk about their work at school. This is a normal psychological development at this age.
Young people often dislike talking if they realise that parents are trying to check up on (kiểm tra, kiểm soát) them.
Parents should find ways to talk to their teenage children about school, work and future plans. But should not push them to talk if they don`t want to.
Parents should also watch for danger signs. For example, some teenagers in trying to be adults may experiment with alcohol, drugs or smoking.
IV. WRITING
Activity 5. Read the advertisements and choose one of the language schools you want to attend to improve your English.
Activity 6. Write a letter requesting more information about the language courses. You can ask about the starting date, course duration, teachers` experience, fees and course certificate.
Dear Ms Helen,
I saw your advertisement about the language courses on your website. I am interested in learning English, and I am writing to enquire about the English courses at your center.
I can read and write in English, but I can`t speak the language very well. If necessary. I can complete an oral test. I want to improve my pronunciation, and hope to be able to practise my English with native speakers.
I would also like to have more information about the starting date, course duration, teachers’ experience, fees and course certificate.
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Yours truly.
Thanh Mai
Hanoi, November 21st, 2021

Dear Mr. Bill Weston,
I saw your advertisement about the language courses on your website. I am interested in learning English, but my English is not good. I am writing to enquire about the English courses at your centre.
My communication skills are poor. I can`t speak English fluently. I want to attend a communication skills course to improve my pronunciation, and hope to be able to practise my English with native speakers.
I would also like to have more information about the starting date, course duration, teachers’ experience, fees and course certificate.
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Yours truly,
Mai Ha
Homework
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