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1 What’s this? It’s a pan

2 Is this a board? No, it isn’t. It’s a pen

3 Unit 3: PEOPLE’S BACKGROUND Part E : LANGUAGE FOCUS

4 Pronunciation 1. men 2. bed 3. said 4. pen 5. met 6. send 1. man 2. bad 3. sad 4. pan 5. mat 6. sand /æ/ /e/ AB

5 This handbag will be sent to Helen. Sue told me apples were very expensive then. There are ten pans on the shelf. Ben sat on a bench with a yellow cat. Peter never gets bad marks in French.

6 10:05 a.m 10:10 a.m The boy had done homework before he played games Past perfectSimple past

7 Form of past perfect: (+) S + had PP (_) S + had not + PP (?) Had + S + PP? Usage: - Hành động đã xảy ra và kết thúc trước một thời điểm trong quá khứ hoặc trước một hành động khác trong quá khứ Ex: We had lived in Hanoi before My friend had already left when I got there - Hành động đã xảy ra và kéo dài đến một thời điểm nào đó trong quá khứ. Ex: By the time he met her, he had worked in that company for four years. - Lưu ý: Hai hành động xảy ra trong quá khứ, hành động xảy ra trước chia thì quá khứ hoàn thành, hành động xảy ra sau chia thì quá khứ đơn Recognized words: when, as, as soon as, before, after, by the time Simple past: (see unit 1) had not = hadn’t

8 1.Why did Tom’s mother get angry with him? Because he (break) her favorite vase. 2. When did you watch TV last night? When I (do) all my homework. 3. Did you first see them at my last birthday party? No, I (meet) them before. 4. Why did she return home? She suddenly remembered she (not turn off) the gas stove. 5 How did they like our city? They said it was the loveliest city they ever (see). 6. It rained yesterday after it (be) dry for months. 7. By the time he arrived, all his classmates (leave). 8. We didn’t have their new phone number because they (move) to the South. 9. When they met again, they (not see) each other for 10 years. 10. When I came, the room was in a terrible mess because someone (break in). Exercise 1: Use the verbs in brackets in the past perfect:

9 1. Why did Tom’s mother get angry with him? Because he (break) her favorite vase. had broken

10 2. When did you watch TV last night? - When I (do) all my homework. had done

11 3. Did you first see them at my last birthday party? - No, I (meet) them before. had met

12 4. Why did she return home? - She suddenly remembered she (not turn off) the gas stove. hadn’t turned off

13 5 How did they like our city? - They said it was the loveliest city they ever (see). had ever seen

14 6. It rained yesterday after it (be) dry for months. had been

15 7. By the time he arrived, all his classmates (leave). had left

16 8. We didn’t have their new phone number because they (move) to the South. had moved

17 9. When they met again, they (not see) each other for 10 years. had not seen

18 10. When I came, the room was in a terrible mess because someone (break in). had broken in

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20 We just (finish) dinner when they (come) had just finished came Give the correct tense of verb, simple past or past perfect:

21 He seldom (travel) by bicycle before he (go) to Vietnam. had seldom traveled went Give the correct tense of verb, simple past or past perfect:

22 Ann (go) to get the carpet for the room but someone already (take) it. went had already taken it Give the correct tense of verb, simple past or past perfect:

23 You (manage) to see the Director, or he (go) out by the time you (get) there? Did you manage had he gone got Give the correct tense of verb, simple past or past perfect:

24 He just (get) home when you (phone). He (be) in New York. had just got had been phoned Give the correct tense of verb, simple past or past perfect:

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27 While George was reading in bed, two thieves had climbed into his kitchen. When they had entered the house, they went into the dinning room. It was very dark, so they had turned on the torch. Suddenly, they heard a voice behind them. “What’s up? What’s up?” a voice had called out. Then thieves drop the torch and ran away as quickly as they could. climbed turned called out There are five mistakes in the use of tenses in the following story. Find and correct them

28 George had heard a noise and came downstairs quickly. He turned on the light but he couldn’t see anybody. The thieves already went. But the George’s parrot, Henry, was still there. “What’s up?” he called. “Nothing, Henry,” George said and smiled. “Go back to sleep.” heard had already gone

29 While George was reading in bed, two thieves climbed into his kitchen. When they had entered the house, they went into the dinning room. It was very dark, so they turned on the torch. Suddenly, they heard a voice behind them. “What’s up? What’s up?” a voice called out. Then thieves drop the torch and ran away as quickly as they could. George heard a noise and came downstairs quickly. He turned on the light but he couldn’t see anybody. The thieves had already gone. But the George’s parrot, Henry, was still there. “What’s up?” he called. “Nothing, Henry,” George said and smiled. “Go back to sleep.”

30 Hi, nice to meet you, Lan. Where did you lived? Which school did you study? Did you take part in any club in your hometown? Oh, It sounds great. It’s nice to talk with you. Goodbye. Hello, nice to meet you,Huy. I had lived in Hai Phong city before coming this city. I had studied at Nguyen Hien primary school for many years. I had taken part in an English club for 3 years. Thank you. Goodbye. See you tomorrow. HuyLan

31 - Review the lesson at home. - Prepare the new one.


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