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    Unit 8. Celebrations

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    Nguồn: Cô Phan Thuỳ Trang
    Người gửi: Phan Thành Tâm
    Ngày gửi: 14h:38' 02-04-2014
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    ENGLISH 9
    Welcome to our class
    Teacher`s name: Phan Thuy Trang
    Nguyen Quoc Phu Secondary School
    School year: 2013-2014




    Game
    Ba ate a lot of
    food although
    he wasn’t very
    hungry
    Tet is a festival
    which occurs
    in late January
    or early February
    I’m the boy
    who is wearing
    a white T-shirt
    I’m the boy
    who is wearing
    a white T-shirt
    Tet is a festival
    which occurs
    in late January
    or early February
    Ba ate a lot of
    food although
    he wasn’t very
    hungry
    Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
    Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS(Cont.)
    Language Focus



    Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
    Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS
    LANGUAGE FOCUS








    Eg:This is the girl. She lives
    near my house.
    ->This is the girl who lives near
    my house.
    Join the sentences. Use relative clauses.
    RELATIVE PRONOUNS
    Relative clause

    Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
    Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS
    LANGUAGE FOCUS









    Eg:-The students are kind. They helped us.
    -> The students who helped us are kind.

    1. Join the sentences. Use relative clauses.
    RELATIVE PRONOUNS
    Relative clause
    Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
    Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS
    LANGUAGE FOCUS





    Tet is a festival. Tet occurs in late
    January or early February.
    Tet is a festival which occurs in late
    January or early February.


    1. Join the sentences. Use relative clauses.
    RELATIVE PRONOUN
    relative clause

    Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
    Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS
    LANGUAGE FOCUS






    They are the pandas. These pandas
    are very lovely.
    They are the pandas, which are
    very lovely.


    1. Join the sentences. Use relative clauses.
    RELATIVE PRONOUN
    Relative clause
    Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
    Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS
    LANGUAGE FOCUS
    Join the sentences. Use relative clauses.
    New words:
    Compose (v)
    Cultural house (n)
    Rose (n)
    Full-moon festival (n)

    compose (v)
    Cultural house (n)
    roses (n)
    Full-moon festival (n)
    = Mid-Fall Festival
    Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
    Unit 8: CELEBRATIONS
    LANGUAGE FOCUS
    Join the sentences. Use relative clauses.
    New words:
    Compose (v)
    Cultural house (n)
    Rose (n)
    Full-moon festival (n)

    Lucky Number Game

    7
    1
    2
    3
    4
    6
    8
    5
    Group A
    Group B
    9
    10
    a) Auld Lang Syne is a song. Auld Lang Syne is sung on New Year’s Eve.
    -> Auld Lang Syne is a song which is sung on New Year’s Eve.
    b) This watch is a gift. The watch was given to me by my aunt on my 14th birthday.
    ->This watch is a gift which was given to me by my aunt on my 14th birthday.
    c) My friend Tom can compose songs. Tom sings Western folk songs very well.
    ->My friend Tom , who sings Western folk songs very well, can compose songs.
    Lucky number.
    Congratulation !

    d) We often go to the town cultural house. The town cultural house always opens on public holidays.

    -> We often go to the town cultural house,
    which always opens on public holidays.
    e) I like reading books. Books tell about different peoples and their cultures.

    ->I like reading books which tell about
    different peoples and their cultures.
    f) On my mom’s birthday my dad gave her roses . The roses were very sweet and beautiful.

    ->On my mom’s birthday my dad gave
    her roses , which were very sweet
    and beautiful.
    .
    g) Judy likes the full-moon festival very much. The festival is celebrated in mid- fall.

    -> Judy likes the full-moon festival,
    which the festival is celebrated in
    mid- fall, very much.
    Lucky number.
    Congratulation !

    h) Tomorrow I will go to the airport to meet my friends. My friends comes to stay with us during Christmas.

    ->Tomorrow I will go to the airport
    to meet my friends, who comes to stay
    with us during Christmas.
    1. Join the sentences. Use relative clauses.
    Auld Lang Syne is a song which is sung on New Year’s Eve.
    This watch is a gift which was given to me by my aunt on my 14th birthday.
    My friend Tom, who sings Western folk songs very well, can compose songs.
    We often go to the town cultural house, which always opens on public holidays.
    I like reading books which tell about different people and their cultures.
    On my mom’s birthday my dad gave her roses, which were very sweet and beautiful.
    Judy likes the full-moon festival, which The festival is celebrated in mid- fall, very much.
    Tomorrow I will go to the airport to meet my friends, who comes to stay with us during Christmas.
    Describe each of the people in the pictures. Use relatives clauses.
    Ex:
    I / the boy / wear / a white T-shirt.
    I am the boy who is wearing a white T-shirt.
    My Aunt Judy / the woman / hold / Jack.
    My Aunt Judy is the woman who is holding Jack.







    My family
    My uncle’s family
    S + be + the + N /N-phrase+ who + be + V-ing (+O).
    S + be + the + N /N –phrase+ who + be + V-ing (+O).
    120
    Dad / the man / stand / behind my sister.
    Linda / the little girl / wear / a pink dress.
    Mom / the woman / sit / in an armchair.
    Grandmother / the woman / give / a gift to the baby.
    Uncle John / the man / stand / behind grandmother.
    Jack / the little boy / sit / on his mother’s lap.
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    30
    00
    S + be + the + N /N –phrase+ who + be + V-ing (+O).
    1.Dad / the man / stand / behind my sister.
    Dad is the man who is standing behind my sister.
    My family
    S + be + the + N /N –phrase+ who + be + V-ing (+O).
    2. Linda / the little girl / wear / a pink dress.
    Linda is the little girl who is wearing a pink dress.
    My family
    S + be + the + N /N –phrase+ who + be + V-ing (+O).
    3. Mom / the woman / sit / in an armchair.
    Mom is the woman who is sitting in an armchair.
    My family
    S + be + the + N /N –phrase+ who + be + V-ing (+O).
    4. Grandmother / the woman / give / a gift to the baby.
    Grandmother is the woman who is giving a gift to the baby.
    My uncle’s family
    S + be + the + N /N –phrase+ who + be + V-ing (+O).
    5. Uncle John / the man / stand / behind grandmother.
    Uncle John is the man who is standing behind grandmother.

    My uncle’s family
    S + be + the + N /N –phrase+ who + be + V-ing (+O).
    6. Jack / the little boy / sit / on his mother’s lap.
    Jack is the little boy who is sitting on his mother’s lap.

    My uncle’s family
    Join the sentences. Use the words in brackets.


    Although Nam is tired, he continues to study.
    Nam continues to study although he is tired.
    though
    even though

    - Nam is tired.
    He continues to study.
    Ex:
    Adverb clauses of concession
    Join the sentences. Use the words in brackets.
    Ex:
    Thu Ha is not satisfied with her preparations for Tet. Thu Ha has decorated her house and made plenty of cakes. (even though)
    -> Thu Ha is not satisfied with her preparations for Tet even though she has decorated her house and made plenty of cakes.
    Join the sentences. Use the words in brackets.
    We do not have a Mother’s day in Viet Nam, Dad and I have special gifts and parties for mom on 8th March every year. (although)
    -> Although we do not have a Mother’s day in Viet Nam, Dad and I have special gifts and parties for mom on 8th March every year.
    We went to Ha Noi to watch the parade on National Day. We live in Nam Dinh. (even though)
    -> We went to Ha Noi to watch the parade on National Day even though we live in Nam Dinh.
    Join the sentences. Use the words in brackets.
    Many tourists enjoy festivals in Viet Nam. Tourists do not understand Vietnamese cultures very much. (though)
    -> Many tourists enjoy festivals in Viet Nam though they do not understand Vietnamese cultures very much.
    In Australia Christmas season is in the summer, the Australians enjoy it as much as people in European countries do. (even though)
    -> Even though in Australia Christmas season is in the summer, the Australians enjoy it as much as people in European countries do.
    Jim could see the main part of the show. He came to the show late due to the traffic jam. (although)
    -> Although Jim came to the show late due to the traffic jam, he could see the main part of the show.
    Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences. Use the correct tense of the verbs and the information.
    a. help / Tuan / homework
    b. watch / TV
    c. weather bureau / predict / fine weather
    d. eat / lot / food
    e. finish /letter
    Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences. Use the correct tense of the verbs and the information.
    a. Although Mrs. Thoa was tired, / help / Tuan / homework
    -> Although Mrs. Thoa was tired, she helped Tuan with his homework.
    Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences. Use the correct tense of the verbs and the information.
    a. help / Tuan / homework
    b. watch / TV
    c. weather bureau / predict / fine weather
    d. eat / lot / food
    e. finish /letter
    Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences. Use the correct tense of the verbs and the information.
    b. Even though Liz has an exam tomorrow, /watch / TV
    -> Even though Liz has an exam tomorrow, she is still watching TV now.
    Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences. Use the correct tense of the verbs and the information.
    c. It rained yesterday although / weather bureau / predict / fine weather
    -> It rained yesterday although the weather bureau predicted the weather would be fine.
    Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences. Use the correct tense of the verbs and the information.
    d. Ba / eat / lot / food though he wasn’t hungry.
    -> Ba ate a lot of food though he wasn’t hungry.
    Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences. Use the correct tense of the verbs and the information.
    e. Even though the keyboard wasn’t working well, / finish /letter
    -> Even though the keyboard wasn’t working well, Mary tried to finish her letter.
    Mary
    Complete these sentences.
    I know a lot of people. They live in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province. (combine these two sentences, using relative clause)
    -> I know a lot of people who live in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province.

    Jane finds Vietnamese difficult. She enjoys learning it. (combine these two sentences, using “although”)
    -> Although Jane finds Vietnamese difficult, She enjoys learning it.



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    Homework
    Learn new words by heart.
    Write down the exercises in your notebook.
    Prepare new lesson Unit 9: Getting started + Listen & read
    Thank you!
    Good bye!
     
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