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Unit 1. The generation gap. Lesson 2. Language

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Unit 1
The generation gap
Lesson 2: Language
There are 3 parts in this lesson.
1.VOCABULARY: COMPOUND NOUNS
2.PRONUNCIATION: STRESSED & UNSTRESSED WORDS IN SENTENCES
3.GRAMMAR: 
* SHOULD/ SHOULDN’T TO GIVE OPINIONS ABOUT SOMETHING OR ADVICE TO SOMEONE.
* MUST & HAVE TO ARE USED TO EXPRESS OBLIGATION
Vocabulary
Compound nouns
A compound noun is a noun that is made up of two or more words
In compound nouns, the stress usually falls on the first word
1. Compound noun = 1N+ 1N: football
2. Compound noun = 1Adj+ 1N: full moon/ blackboard
3. Compound noun = 1V+ 1N: washing machine/ 
4. . Compound noun = 1N + 1V: sunrise
5. Compound noun = 1V+ 1Prep: checkout
6. Compound noun = 1 N+ 1Prep phrase: mother- in- law
7. Compound noun = 1 Prep + 1N: past lives
8. Compound noun = 1 N+ 1Adj: home sick
Task 1: Match each word (1-9) with another word (a-i) to make a compound noun. Four of them are written as one word. Work in pair
1. nuclear
2. generation
3. table
4. house
5. junk
6. soft
7. hair
8. foot 
9. school
a. style
b. drinks
c. food
d. steps
e. children
f. hold
g. family
h. gap
i. manners
1__g
2__ h
3__ i
4__ f
5__ c
6__ b
7__ a
8__ d
9__e
Task 2: Complete each question with one of the compound nouns in Task 1
1. Have your parents ever complained about your _______________________?
2. Why is there a _______________between parents and children?
3. Is the ______________ the perfect type of family?
4. Why are soft drinks and __________ not good for our health?
5. Do you think _______________ should wear uniforms?
hairstyle / table manners

generation gap
nuclear family
junk food
school children
Pronunciation
Task 1: Listen and repeat these sentences. Pay attention to the stressed words with the mark (`) before the stressed syllables.
1. If you can I’dentify your `differences with your `parents, you can `have a `good re`lationship.
2. You should be re`spectful when dis`cussing any `areas of disagreement.
3. `Take `time to `listen to your `parents‘ o`pinions, and `ask them to `listen to `yours.
4. Being `rude to your `parents `won`t con`vince them you`re `right. `This can `have the `opposite ef`fect.
5.`How can `parents sup`port their children through the `bad `times?
Task 2: Are the words in bold stressed or unstressed? Listen and check. Practise reading the conversations in pairs.
1. A: When did you start to help your parents with housework?
B: I don`t remember exactly when I started to help them. Perhaps at the age of five or six.
2. A: These shoes look really cool. Would you like to try them on?
B: No, I don`t like them. I like those over there.
3. A: Do you think parents are the best teachers?
B: Yes, I do. They are more mature and experienced, so they will always give us the best advice.
Grammar
• We use should and shouldn’t to give our opinions about something or advice to someone.
Ex: I think parents should spend more time talking with their teenage children.
• Ought to and ought not to = should and shouldn`t.
Ex: I think she ought to (=should) share the housework with her mother.
• Must > should/ought to.
• Must and have to are used to express obligation or the need to do something.
Eg: You must show respect for the elderly.
I have to clean the floor and cook dinner everyday

• Must expresses obligation imposed by the speaker while have to expresses external obligation.
Ex: You must practise your English every day (a teacher telling a student)
I have to practise my English every day (a student telling his / her parents about school obligation)
Task 1: Underline the correct word to complete the sentences.
1. I think you should / shouldn’t talk to your parents about it. I’m sure they will give you the best advice.
2. I don’t think you ought / oughtn’t to do your brother’s homework. He must do it himself.
3. You must / mustn’t finish your homework before you go out with your friends.
4. At our school, we have to / don’t have to wear uniforms. It is a rule.
5. You mustn’t/ don’t have to take photographs here. This is s restricted area.
Task 2: Rewrite each sentence without changing its meaning, using the word in brackets.
1. It would be a good idea for you to talk to your parents about your problem (ought)

2. You are not allowed to use your mobile phone in the examination room. (must)

3. It is not necessary for me to type my essay (have to)

4. I`d advise you to tell the truth to your family (should)

5. It is necessary for young people to plan their future career carefully (must)
=> You ought to talk to your parents about your problem.
=> You mustn’t use your mobile phone in the examination room.
=> I don’t have to type my essay.
=> You should tell the truth to your family.
=> Young people must plan their future career carefully.
Homework
- Learn the grammar rules by heart.
- Do exercise in workbook (page 5, 6)
- Prepare new words of READING lesson (page 10)
Thanks for listening
 
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