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UNIT ONE Explore (v) -> explorer (n) Major (v) -> major (n) Work in pairs What’s your full name? -> My full name’s … How old are you? -> I’m 19 years old / Are you married? -> No, I’m not Do you have (có) a boyfriend? -> No, I don’t What’s his name? -> His name’s Tan Are you a photographer? -> No, I’m not Are you an explorer? -> No, I’m not What’s your job? -> I’m a student What school you go to? -> I go to Thu Dau University What’s your major? -> My major is accounting Where are you from? -> I’m from BP How far is it from here? -> It’s about 20 kilometers Where you live now? -> I live in Thu Dau 1, Binh Duong How you go school? -> I go to school by motorbike How long does it take? -> It takes about five munities/hours Accountant (n) / auditor (n) / editor (n) Work in pairs am Be is are I am You are He She is It We You are They What’s your first name? What’s your surname? How old are you? What’s your job/occupation? -> I’m a student Where are you from? -> I’m from BD Where you live now? -> I live in TD 1, BD Whereabouts in Binh Duong? -> I live in Dau Tieng Are you married? -> Yes, I am/No, I’m not Do you have a boyfriend/girlfriend? -> No, I don’t Is your family big or small? -> My family is small How many people are there in your family? -> There are people in my family Who are they? -> They are my parents and my two sisters Do you love your family? Why you love your family? -> Because they love me very much Very + Adj She is very beautiful (a) What is Richard’s job? What is Colin’s job? Explorers Richard’s job You have 10 minutes to read the text and answer the questions about the Leakey family Is your father a farmer? -> No, he isn’t What does he do? What’s his job? -> He’s a worker Where does he work? -> He works in a rubber plantation Uncle, aunt Niece, nephew Cousins Half brother Mother-in-law Parent grandparent Step (v) -> step mother (n) I my house You your dog He his wife She her children It its +N We our parents You your apartment They their jobs Your father’s brother and sister uncle, aunt Nephew, niece My photographer’s Cousins Half brother Mother-in-law Parent Grandparents My parents are Spanish I am the boy … What’s your name? Where are you from? She is … His uncle is in the USA Our family is from Asia Their cousins are both girls My name’s Fabien () Annie’s sister is Claire Their cousins My grandparents are dead/alive Is your name Sylvain? Our niece How many people are there in your family? → there are six people in my family Who are they? -> They are my parents, two sisters, my brother and me How many people are there in your country? → There are 90 million people in my country How many people are there in the world? → there are billion people in the world Life expectancy (n) Speak (n) -> speaker (n) of English → Speakers of English as a second language → Speakers of English as a foreign language Agriculture Access (a) to Age (n) Spell (v) Key words What’s your name? What’s your full name? Can you spell (v) your name? -> G-A-I E-M Are you from England? -> No, I’m not Where are you from? -> I’m from Dak Nông Are you single or married? -> I’m single/married Do you have a boyfriend/girlfreind? -> No, I don’t Are you an explorer? -> No, I’m not What’s your job? -> I’m a student 10 What school you go to? -> I go to Thu Dau University 11 What’s your major? -> My major is pedagogy/Accounting Conduct (v) a survey (n) Interview (v) How many people are in your class? → There are 49 people in my class How many people are male and female? → people are male, 45 people are female How many people are under 30 or over 30? → 49 people are under 30 How many people use (v) the internet? Do you use (v) the internet? What you use the internet for? → I use the internet to relax, send emails, study English, play games, read newspapers, and search for information Possess (v) -> my possessions (n) What’s your surname? Who’s that? -> That’s my teacher/classmate How old are you? What’s your job? Are you married? Where are you from? UNIT TWO SINGULAR Nouns COUNTABLE NOUNS PLURAL – S/ES UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A chair (n) -> two chairs A shoe (n) -> shoes → o, ch, s, x, sh, y – es Tomatoes / watches / buses / bosses / boxes / toothbrushes / libraries → Boy (n) → boys / key (n) -> keys / zoos → -f(e) → -ves A knife → knives / a shelf → three shelves Man → men Woman → women Person → people Child → children Class (n) ← classes (n) Shelf (n) ← shelves (n) Family (n) ← families (n) Woman (n) ← Women (n) Knife (n) ← Knives (n) Child (n) ← Children (n) Boot (n) ← Boots (n) Shoe (n) ← Shoes A fish → ten fish We’re at the bottom of a mountain Are you from Scotland? -> Yes, I am A professional (a) climber (n) This is my hat It’s the first-aid-kit It’s my camera My gloves Climbing boots Advertise (v) -> advertisement (a) -> advert (n) THE SAME OR DIFFERENT There’s (is) a + Singular N There are plural noun Map (n) → maps Mobile phone (n) → mobile phones Compass (n) → compasses Hat (n) → hats Camera (n) → cameras Knife (n) → knives country (n) → countries Box (n) → boxes Work in pairs S + Be + V-ed(iii) … Make (v) made – made Do you have a map of the world? Do you have a mobile phone? What make (n) is it? → It’s a Samsung/an Iphone Where was it made? → It was made in China When was it made? → It was made in 2016 What’s your phone number? → It’s 01632820389 Do you have a compass? Do you often wear (v) a hat? Do you have a camera? What make is it? → It’s a Sony Can you take (v) photographs? → No, I can’t What you use (v) a knife for? → I use a knife for cutting or chopping How many countries are there in the world? → There are about 180 countries in the world Boxes We’re at the bottom of a mountain Are you from Scotland? -> Yes, I am Climb (v) -> climber (n) -> a professional climber (n) THIS / THAT / THESE / THOSE What’s this? → It’s a CD player/a laptop/a mobile phone/a book/a pen What is that? → It’s a projector/CD player What are these? → They’re books What are those? → They’re cameras Climbing boots (n) What’s this? -> It’s a camera What’s that? -> It’s my mobile phone What are these? -> They’re my boots What are those? -> They’re my keys Apartment (n) Do you live in a house or in an apartment? -> I live in a house How many rooms are there in your house? -> There are rooms in my house What are they? -> There’s a living-room, three bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen Do you like your house? Why? -> Because it’s beautiful and comfortable Clean (v) the floor (n) Country: the same; Apartments: the same; The number of rooms: the same; The furniture: different; 5 10 11 12 The pictures on the walls: the same There’s (is) a rug There are two pictures There isn’t a table There aren’t any beds Is there a TV? -> Yes, there is/ No, there isn’t Are there any books? -> Yes, there are s / No, there aren’t How many pictures are there? Is -> ‘s is not -> isn’t Are -> ‘re are not -> aren’t THERE IS + A/AN + SING N THERE ARE + PL N –s/es There’re 39 students in the room There’s a teacher in the room There’s a projector in the room There’s an amplifier in the room There’re two loudspeakers in the room There’re six fans in the room There’re five doors in the room There’re three windows in the room There’s a screen in the room There’s a board in the room There’re 38 desks in the room There’re six lights in the room There’s (is) … There isn’t … There are … There aren’t any beds Are there any books? - There’s a rug in room - There isn’t a table - there aren’t any beds - There’s a plant in room - There are two pictures in room - There are curtains in room - There’s a computer in room There isn’t a rug but there’s a carpet There are pictures on the wall There aren’t any curtains Is there a plant? -> Yes, there is Are there any chairs? -> No, there aren’t How many chairs are there? -> There’s one Are there any books? -> No, there aren’t Parts Do you have a boyfriend? What’s his name? Advert (n) - Desk & chair: useful (a), modern (a), white (a); - Car: red, white, blue, fast, new (a); - Rucksack: large, green, good for camping Adjectives: Old modern, new bad good Useless useful Slow fast Small medium big/large Expensive cheap Describe your house, your cell phone or your laptop I have a latop It’s new It’s fast but it’s small It’s very useful It’s expensive It’s old but it’s good It isn’t + Adj The car is old It’s an old car The computers are modern They’re modern computers The sofa is brown It’s a brown sofa The roller blades are fast They’re fast roller blades It’ s a fast new Japanese motorbike (n) Where you live? How far is it from here? How you go to school? Do you have (v) a motorbike? What make is it? -> It’s A Honda What is it like (pre.)? -> It’s new It’s very fast It’s expensive It’s small It’s economical Do you like it? Why you like it? -> I like it because it is a gift from my mother Globe (n) -> global (a) -> global objects (n) Produce (v) -> producer (n) -> product (n) Famous (a) Engine (n) Country (n) -> countries (n) Continent (n) Information (n) The seats are made in America S + Be + V-ed(III) … Bear (v) bore – born Where were you born? -> I was born in Binh Duong When were you born? -> I was born in 1996 S: Shop assistant / C: customer s Hello Can I help you? c I’d (I would) like a T-shirt, please s Large or medium? c Medium, please Are there other colors? s These ones are green and blue c How much are they? c $ (dollars) 7.50 classes -> class knives -> knife shelves -> shelf children -> child families -> family boots -> boot women -> woman shoes -> shoe this / that these / those who’s that? Is this your pen? Are those your roller blades? Are these your boots? UNIT Popular (a) Street (n) vs road (n) Lunch (n) midday (n) Mean (v) / cost (v) Journalist (n) Interview (v) Pollution is a problem in many cities because of the traffic Eight million people live in the center of London There are beautiful parks with free concerts No-car zones are popular in Tokyo Half a million people go to work by bus every morning There are lots of great shops and no cars They are in small cafes London: noisy, beautiful Tokyo: crowded, modern, popular Bogota: polluted, clean Melbourne: popular, expensive, → free → crowded → polluted → popular → great Quiet ≠ noisy cheap ≠ expensive Ugly ≠ beautiful big ≠ small Dirty ≠ clean old ≠ new/young THE SIMPLE PRESENT OF ORDINARY VERBS - S + V(inf.)–s/es → S (He/She/It/dtsi) + V-s/es … - S + don’t/doesn’t + V(inf.) … → S (He/She/It/dtsi) + doesn’t + V(inf.) … - Do/Does + S + V(inf.) …? → Does + S (He/She/It/dtsi) + V(inf.) ? → Yes, s + do/does → No, S + don’t/doesn’t Study (v) -> studies She doesn’t work She gets … and she meets … She starts … and finishes … She doesn’t finish … Dr James comes … He studies … James speaks … He has … He prefers … He doesn’t have … because he travels … He doesn’t get … Ancient (a) Pyramid (n) Over 190: countries in the world About 7,000: languages Over billion: speakers of Mandarin Chinese 380 million: native English speakers 400 million: Spanish speakers Over 300: different languages 80%: speakers of Chinese, Hindi, Spanish, English 65: islands 109: different languages 10 1: speaker Where you get tourist information? → I get tourist information in the Visitors’ Center Where you learn about history? → I learn about history at the library, children’s museum and the university Where you relax outside? → at the Coeternal Olympic Park Where you see play or a musical? Where you park your car? → in the parking areas Where you read a book? → at the library Where you meet clients and colleagues? → in Business District and Office Where you look at sea life? 11 What you do? / What’s your job? 12 Where you live? 13 Do you like shopping? 14 What time you finish school? 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 -> I finish school at 11 a.m Do you have a car? -> No, I don’t How you go to school? Do you eat in cafes at lunch time? Where you eat at lunch time? What time you eat dinner? Do you meet friends after school? Where you meet your friends? Where does a doctor work? -> A doctor works in a hospital Where does a photographer work? -> A … works in a studio Where does a pilot work? -> A pilot works on a plane Where does a sailor work? -> A doctor works Where does a student work? -> A student works in university Where does a teacher work? -> A teacher works in a classroom Where does a waiter work? -> A waiter works in a restaurant Where does an accountant work? -> An accountant works in an office Where you live? -> I live in BD Who you live with? -> I live with my family How you go to school? -> I go to school by motorbike How long does it take? -> It takes 30 minutes What time you get up? -> I get up at five a.m What you after that? -> I brush my teeth and have breakfast When you go to school? -> I go to school in the morning Where you eat lunch? -> I eat lunch in the canteen What you eat for lunch? -> I eat rice and chicken for lunch What you in the evening? -> I listen to music and watch TV What time you go to bed? -> I go to bed at 12 o’clock What you before you go to bed? → I brush my teeth What you on the weekend? -> I go home What you often in your free time? -> I my homework and play games Do you have a computer? -> No, I don’t What you use it for? 10 17 Do you like music? 18 What kind of music you like? -> I like pop ballade 19 When you listen to music? -> I listen to music in my free time 20 What TV programs you like to watch? → I like to watch game shows, movies, cartoons A doctor works in a hospital Expensive (a) Free (a) great (a) popular (a) crowded (a) quiet (a) what you do? = what’s your job? Finish (v) Where does a doctor work? → A doctor works in a hospital Where does a photographer work? → A photographer works in a studio Where does a student go to school? Study (v) -> studies Have (v) -> has Get (v) -> gets Meet (v) -> meets Start (v) -> starts Finish (v) -> finishes Live (v) -> lives About 7,000 languages Over billion speakers of Chinese and Hindi 380 million native English speakers 400 million Spanish speakers Over 300 languages on London 80% speakers of Chinese, Spanish, Hindi and English 65 islands in the Pacific Ocean 109 languages speaker Park (n) -> park (v) I can get tourist information at the visitors’ center I can learn about history the library, university and children’s museum I can relax outside at the Centennial Olympic park I can see a play or a musical at theater I can park my car in the parking I can read a book at the library I can meet clients and colleagues at Business district and offices I can look at the sea life at aquarium 11 I come … He lives … My friend speaks … We don’t … She doesn’t … What does your husband do? S + V(inf.)-s/es S + don’t/doesn’t + V(inf.) … Do/Does + S + V(inf.) …? Where you usually eat lunch? -> I usually eat lunch at home How you go to school? -> I go to school by motorbike How many brothers and sisters you have? -> I have one brother What kind of music you like? -> I like pop music Where you live? -> I live in Binh Duong Where will you work after you graduate from university? -> I will work for a company UNIT Identical (a) Do you know (v) any twins? -> Yes, I Are they 100% (percent) identical (a)? -> Yes, they are/No, they aren’t Do they have the same job? -> No, they don’t Do they have the same hobbies and interests? Activity (n) -> activities Do you go (v) walking/shopping/swimming? Where you go walking? Do you play (v) tennis? / When you play tennis? Do you (v) Tae Kwon Do? Do you play (v) computer games? Why you play computer games? → Because It’s interesting Why don’t you like computer games? → I don’t have free time/ I think it’s a waste time/useless What games you play? -> I play Talking Tom Do you watch (v) films? What kinds of films you like to watch? → I like to watch cartoons Why you like cartoons? → because they are lively and interesting 12 Do you play (v) a musical instrument? What musical instrument you play? Do you go (v) to the gym? Do you meet (v) your friends after school? Where you meet your friends? → I meet my friends at a coffee shop What you after school? -> I go home and sleep Love/like (v) + N/Pro Do you like (v) music (n)? Love/like (v) + V-ing Do you like watching (V-ing) cartoons? -> No, I don’t Do you love (v) swimming (V-ing)? Can you swim? -> No, I can’t Do you like playing badminton? -> Yes, I Can you play badminton? -> Who you play badminton with? Do you like learning English? -> No, I don’t Do you like doing Tae Kwon Do? Do you love cooking? Why you like cooking? Do you like listening to music? Do you like traveling? Do you love dancing? Do you like taking photographs? Do you have a camera? How you take (v) photographs (n)? -> … with my cell phone Does he photograph (v) people? Which of these things you when you take (v) a break at school? website (n) I+V… I send emails to my friends I don’t + V … I don’t send emails to my friends Hobby (n) / different (a) Take (v) photographs (n) Photograph (v) Does he photograph (v) people? Adverbs of frequency: Always, usually, often, sometimes, seldom, rarely, never … S + V(inf.)-s/es … S + don’t/doesn’t + V(inf.) … Do/Does + S + V(inf.) …? I usually work eight hours a day I usually go shopping at weekends I’m sometimes late for school I seldom have a long lunch at work 13 I never leave work early I sometimes travel to other countries for my holiday I sometimes work at night Play (v) baseball/basketball/boxing/cricket/football/ice-hockey/tennis Go (v) cycling/running/sailing/skiing/surfing/swimming S + can + V(inf.) … S + can’t + V(inf.) Can + S + V(inf.) …? I can cook (v) for many people I can’t use Microsoft Office Word Can you play baseball? -> no, I can’t Can you speak Chinese? -> Yes, I can/No, I can’t cook for many people? use Microsoft Office Excel? swim? run a mile? play football? write an email in English? play a musical instrument? dance? ski? play tennis? How many languages can you speak? → I can speak two languages Which languages can you speak? → I can speak Vietnamese and English Which language can you speak (well →) better? → I can speak Vietnamese better Why can you speak Vietnamese better? → Because it’s my mother tongue Offer (v) The top-three volunteer jobs (n) Take (v) a break Gap (n) year (n) Generation gap (n) Fill the gaps with the missing words Gap year volunteer work Helping lions, writing for a newspaper, teaching English How you communicate (v) with people in other places? -> I communicate by phones Is it different at work and in your free time? -> yes, it is How you communicate at work? → I communicate by emails, phones, and fax How you communicate in your free time? Different (a) 14 Are you interested (a) in seeing …? Receptionist (n) Busy (a) Fix (v) Are you good (a) at fixing photocopiers? -> Yes, I a m./ no, I am not Customer (n) Translate (v) Reply (v) Replace (v) I me You you He him She her It it We us You you They them Here him it (2) one (you/) them there (2) There It It Here Him Them There One Do you have any interesting (a) volunteer jobs? We have a job for English teachers Are you good at teaching? I don’t know I can speak English well Can you write? There’s English newspaper in Bolivia They need journalists I can’t go for 18 months I’m not very good at writing Do you like animals? We have a job Zambia Wow! That sounds interesting 15 UNIT Famous (a) for Where you come from? -> I come from BD What is your hometown famous for? -> My hometown is famous for pottery, tropical fruits, rice paper Taste (v) + N/Pro She tastes (v) the soup (n) The soup tastes (v) delicious (a) Taste (v) + Adj Grow (v) grew – grown What is it? -> It’s … What are they? -> They are … Write (v) wrote – written -> writer (n) Hear (v) heard – heard They are good for everyday shopping Food markets are great for fresh food and local dishes It is 200 years old I can buy meat and seafood The local sauce is hot There’s a great restaurant I can hear live music It’s open from Thursday to Saturday Food market (n) What’s your name? How you spell your name? Where re you from? -> I’m from BP Where you live now? Do you live in a house or an apartment? Who you live with? I like shopping for food at a supermarket I don’t like shopping from lots of different shops on high street Do you like cheese? I eat rice, but I never eat chicken I cook rice, but I never cook fish I grow pepper at home but I buy lemons at a shop I know what cheese tastes like but I don’t know what eggs taste like Local (a) Sauce (n) -> fish sauce (n) -> soy sauce (n) Tomato sauce (n) Supermarkets are good for everyday shopping Food markets are great for fresh food and local dishes St Lawrence Market is 200 years old I can buy meat and seafood 16 The local sauce is very hot There is a restaurant upstairs You can hear live music It’s open from Thursday to Saturday Countable Nouns Uncountable Nouns Cook the chicken with an onion You put some juice from a lemon on the fish I don’t use any carrots You always need some meat, onions, and tomatoes S + have/has Do you have any salt? A lot of + pl n/unc N Many + pl n Much + unc N There’s a lot of cheese (unc N) in the fridge He (have →) has a lot of CDs (pl n) They have many friends (pl n) There’s so much pepper (unc N) in the jar Region (n) / gym (n) Sweet (a) -> sweet (n) Fridge (n) Food (n) Strawberry (n) -> strawberries (n) How many + (pl n) …? How many brothers and sisters you have? -> I have two sisters, but I don’t have any brothers How many eggs are there in the fridge? -> There are ten eggs in the fridge How many close (a) friends you have? I have close friends How much + (unc N) …? How much money you have? -> I have 2,000dongs How much rice you have? -> I have ten kilos How much oil you need? -> I need one bottle of oil Grow (v) grew – grown Seed (n) vault (n) Plant (v) -> plant (n) vs tree (n) Island (n) Do you ever grow plants from seeds? Why don’t you grow plants from seeds? Do you ever grow your own food? Why? Why not? Crazy (a) → Because I’m very lazy/don’t have time 17 Why don’t plants sometimes grow? Who needs new seeds? We need some chicken Are there any onions? Please buy two kilos Chop an onion -> chopping board (n) I’d like banana, please Do we need a lemon? Prefer (v) Delicious (a) French fries (n) / garlic fries (n) = chips (n) Order (v) How many eggs you need? I need two eggs How many oranges are there in the fridge? There are 10 oranges in the fridge How much rice you want? I want ten kilos of rice How much soup would you like? I’d like a bowl of soup Many bottles of water are there on the table? There is one bottle of water on the table Order (v) Favorite (a) restaurant (n) I’m your waiter today Here is the menu Can I get you anything to drink first? Here is the menu I’d like a bottle of water One seafood special One four-cheese pizza I’d like the menu, please I’d like a bottle of water Would you like anything to drink? Would you like a cup of tea? Yes, please / no, thanks 200 degrees Celsius Heat (v) Grill (v) -> grill (n) Manual I’ll have (v) Delicious (a) I’m full/hungry Fruit (n) Garlic fries 18 Seafood special (n) Are you ready to order? Here’s your water UNIT THE PAST SIMPLE OF TO BE am S is Are S + was/were … S + wasn’t/weren’t … Was/Were + S + …? → S (I, He, She, It, dtsi) + was It is a museum It’s in Central England They can learn about local history and see archaeological objects One thousand years ago They were famous for their metal work and jewelry They were in the field near Birmingham There were 1,5oo objects Yes, they were The final value of the objects was £3,285 Artist (n) Famous (a) for Metal (n) objects (n) Interested (a) in Final (a) value (n) There’s an oven on the table in the kitchen There are five rooms in my house There was a cinema in my hometown ten years ago There were thirty guests at Mary’s party last Saturday He was born When she was eighteen, she was a student S + V-ed(ii) … S + didn’t + V(inf.) … Did + S + V(inf.) …? Live (v) -> lived Work (v) -> worked Make (v) -> made Receive (v) -> received Study (v) studied Take (v) -> took Show (v) -> showed Move (v) -> moved 19 Want (v) -> wanted Like (v) liked Spend (v) spent Role play: someone’s past life Who you like best? / Who’s your favorite person? → I like my sister How old is he/she? What’s his/her job? When was he/she born? Where was he/she born? Where did he/she spend his/her childhood? → she spent her childhood in BD Where did he/she go to primary school? → I went to NTT Primary school When did he/she go to high school? → She went to high school when she was 15 Was he/she a good student? 10 When did he/she finish high school? → She finished high school last year in 2015 11 What university did he/she go to? → she went to TD2 University 12 What did he/she major in? → She majored in English language 13 When did he/she get married? → She doesn’t get married yet/She isn’t married 14 Where does he/she work now? -ed/-ing Adjectives Bore (v) -> boring (adj.) -> bored (a) Cash (n) -> cashless (a) Pay (v) paid – paid Keep (v) kept – kept Do you usually pay for things …? 20 ... people in my country How many people are there in the world? → there are billion people in the world Life expectancy (n) Speak (n) -> speaker (n) of English → Speakers of English as a second language... Where you meet clients and colleagues? → in Business District and Office Where you look at sea life? 11 What you do? / What’s your job? 12 Where you live? 13 Do you like shopping? 14 What time... library I can meet clients and colleagues at Business district and offices I can look at the sea life at aquarium 11 I come … He lives … My friend speaks … We don’t … She doesn’t … What does your
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