Unit 1 BTTA10 (äáº¡i lợi hằng nguyá»…n)

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UNIT 1: FAMILY LIFE A PHONETICS Put these words into the correct column Then pronoun the words exactly trace trendy bright break tree brick train crimp broom crime treat crown crack brain cream /tr/ /br/ /kr/ II VOCABULARY Look at the picture and write the correct phrase under each picture (There are unnecessary phrases) prepare lunch wash dish make the bed take out rubbish the heavy things mown the lawn clean the floor fold clothes the laundry cook the gardening shop for groceries Match a verb with a noun to make a phrase verb Then write your answers in the box No Verb sweep shop be responsible prepare pick up wash walk Opt A B C E F G H I Noun for groceries breakfast toys the floor the car for finance the dog the heavy things Your answer: Make a phrase with each phrase verb in 2 8 sweep the floor: _ shop for groceries: _ be responsible for finance: prepare breakfast: _ the heavy things: pick up toys: _ wash the car: _ walk the dog: II GRAMMAR I Put the verb in the correct form, present simple or present progressive Sit down! A strange dog (run) to you My mom often (buy) meat from the butcher’s My brothers (not/ drink) coffee at the moment Look! Those people (climb) the mountain so fast That girl (cry) loudly in the party now These students always (wear) warm clothes in summer What (you/ do) in the kitchen? I never (eat) potatoes The 203 bus (set off) every fifteen minutes 10 Tonight we (not/ go) aren't going are not going to our teacher’s wedding party II Put the verb in the correct form, present simple or present progressive A: What ! (you/ do)? B: I (write) to my parents I (write) to them every weekend A: Look, it (snow) B: It’s beautiful! This is the first time I’ve ever seen snow It (not snow) in my country A: Oh, that’s Adrian He’s new here B: Really? Where (he/ live)? (you/ know)? A: Yes He (live) in Milan, but now he (stay) with his aunt on Shirley Road A: What time (you/ usually/ finish) work? B: Normally I (finish) work at five o’clock, but this week I (work) until six to earn a bit more money A: How (you/ travel) to work? B: I haven’t got a car at the moment, so I (go) to work on the bus this week Usually I (drive) to work A: I think we’re going the wrong way B: I don’t think so The sun (rise) in the east, remember It’s behind us, so we (travel) west A: (you/ look) for someone? B: Yes, I (need) to speak to Neil Is he in? A: Yes, but I (think) he’s busy He (talk) to the boss at the moment A: I (want) a new computer I (save) up to buy one B: But computers (cost) so much money What’s wrong with the one we’ve got? A: It (get) out of date now A: Your new dress (look) very nice B: Thank you The trouble is it (not/ fit) properly I (not/ know) why I bought them, really 10 A: What (you/ do)? B: I (taste) the sauce It (taste) too salty III Put the verb in the correct form, present simple or present progressive It (0 be) is Sunday evening and my friends and I (1 be) at Jane's birthday party Jane (2 wear) a beautiful long dress and (3 stand) next to her boyfriend Some guests (4 drink) wine or beer in the comer of the room Some of her relatives (5 dance) in the middle of the room Most people (6 sit) on chairs, (7 enjoy) foods and (8 chat) with one another We often (9 go) to our friends' birthday parties We always (10 dress) well and (11 travel) by taxi Parties never (12 make) us bored because we like them IV Complete the sentences by using either the present simple or the present progressive of the verbs in the box bite bleed flow rain leave grow belong take seem shine wake The River Nile into the Mediterranean This book is mine That one to Pierre Look at Joan She her fingernails She must be nervous We usually vegetables in our garden Let’s go out It (not) now Every morning, the sun in my bedroom window and me up Jim is very untidy He (always) his things all over the place Ann very happy at the moment He’s a photographer He a lots of photos 10 Oh! What’s the matter with your hand? It V Complete these sentences, using the future simple or the present simple of the verbs in brackets I (phone) you when I (get) home from work I want to see Margaret before she (go) out We're going on holiday tomorrow I (tell) you all about it when we (come) back 4 Brian looks very different now When you (see) him again, you (not/ recognize) him We must something soon before it (be) too late I don’t want to go out without you I (wait) until you (be) ready Sue has applied for the job but she isn’t very well qualified for it I (be) surprised if she (get) it I’d like to play tennis tomorrow if the weather (be) nice I’m going out now If anybody (phone) me while I (be) out, can you take a message? 10 It’s raining hard We (get) wet if we (go) out As soon as it (stop) raining, we (leave) VI Write in full sentences using the given words (Use the present simple or present continuous) He/ often/ have/ breakfast/ late You/ do/ the housework/ at the moment? I/ not/ go/ to school/ on weekends John’s girlfriend/ wear/ a red T-shirt/ now They/ like/ beer or wine? What/ he/ usually/ do/ at night? The teacher/ never/ lose/ his temper Why/ you/ listen/ to music/ loudly/ now? IV READING Read the passage and choose the best answer Jean spent her first few years in Hooper and her family moved to Otsego early in her life She was only ten when her father died unexpectedly, leaving her mother to raise and support their family alone Her mother soon went to work outside the home to provide for the family, and Jean, being one of the oldest, had to help care for her younger siblings Although she had much responsibility at home, Jean thoroughly enjoyed school and was an excellent student She went on to graduate 10th in her class at Otsego High School in 1953 While still in high school, Jean met a young man named Charles "Chuck" Holly, at a dance in Alamo; and they were quite taken with each other Over the next few years, their love for each other blossomed and they were married on February 24, 1953, while Jean was still in school At the time, Chuck was serving his country in the military, and had come home on leave to marry his sweetheart Unfortunately, shortly thereafter, he was sent overseas to serve in Korea for the next fifteen months Upon his discharge, the couple settled into married life together in the Plainwell, Otsego area To help make ends meet, Jean went to work at the collection bureau in Kalamazoo for a while, before taking a job at the cheese company in Otsego In 1964, Chuck and Jean were overjoyed with the birth of their son, Chuck, who brought great joy into their lives Jean remembered how her mother was always gone so much working after her father died and she did not want that for her son, so she left her job to devote herself to the role of a mother Before Jean's father passed away, her mother used to a work outside the home b be a housewife c support the family alone d work as a secretary Which is not referred to Jean? a She was a responsible girl b She never helped her mother with household chores c She often did well at school d She went to high school Jean's husband was a a teacher b dancer c soldier d servant Jean a served in the military c lived in Korea for fifteen months c had a daughter d got married when she was a student Which is not true about Jean? a She disliked staying at home and taking care of her child b She worked outside the home before she had a child c She was very happy when she got a baby d She quit her job to look after her baby Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase      There are many reasons (41) taking regular time with our family is important: It (42) a place to listen, teach, learn, and (43) ourselves freely and safely It provides (44) to discuss family joys, issues, and problems Family members can practice skills in a non-threatening (45) Families are a (46) part of our society and the fabric of our communities – we spend (47) time together to get our feelings (48) belonging, our values, support and understanding It helps (49) family members together and feel safe in today's world where (50) can lead to family disintegration A that B why C when D which A creates B invents C develops D makes A think B show C express D say A opportunities B conditions C situations D circumstances A air B nature C space D atmosphere A attractive B real C deep D basic A a B an C the D no article A in B of C on D for A keep B keeping C kept D with keeping 10 A push B press C pressure V SPEAKING Make a list of household chores in your family D pull LIST OF HOUSEHOLD CHORES 10 Among these household chores, which you like and which you dislike? Tell the reason why you don’t like it Report you answer in oral speech and record your talk LIKE DISLIKE Name of chore Reason Name of chore Reason IV WRITING List of household chores that each of your family member is responsible for Name of chore Reason Name of chore Reason Write a short paragraph about housework sharing in your family ... another We often (9 go) to our friends' birthday parties We always (10 dress) well and (11 travel) by taxi Parties never (12 make) us bored because we like them IV Complete the sentences by using... thoroughly enjoyed school and was an excellent student She went on to graduate 10 th in her class at Otsego High School in 19 53 While still in high school, Jean met a young man named Charles "Chuck"... and problems Family members can practice skills in a non-threatening (45) Families are a (46) part of our society and the fabric of our communities – we spend (47) time together to get our feelings
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