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UNIT 1 Students : Phạm Khánh Minh – K34.701.042 Nguyễn Phan Đài Trang – K34.701.076 Class : 3B08 Instructor : Dr. Nguyễn Ngọc Vũ
E. LANGUAGE FOCUS Pronunciation : The pronunciation of the ending “s”Pronunciation : The pronunciation of the ending “s” Grammar : Tense revision : past simple, past progressive and present perfect.Grammar : Tense revision : past simple, past progressive and present perfect. Further practice Further practice
Practice reading 1.I saw some bats flying from the bags. 2.He often speaks at different speeds. 3.She tore the photographs into halves. 4.I always have dates on rainy days. 5.The kids are playing with their toy kits.
GRAMMAR TENSE REVISION : Past simple, Past Progressive and Present Perfect. Review : 1.I (lose) my key, I (not / find) it yet. 2.I (walk) home when I (see) my friend – Lan. losthaven’t found was walking saw
PAST SIMPLE I lost my key yesterday. S + V-ed/V2 She didn’t live in Nha Trang for 5 years. S + auxi V + not + V bare Did he go swimming yesterday ? Auxi V + S + V bare ?
USAGES 1. to describe an action completed at some definite time in the past. Ex : I lost my key yesterday. 2.to describe an action happening avor a period of time in the past. Ex : She lived in Nha Trang for 5 years.
3.to describe an action happening at the same time as (or after) another action in the past. Ex : I was watching TV when he came.
Note Note : Some phrases indicating definite period of time/point of time in the past such as : last, ago, yesterday, in + year, from year to year, for + 2 days/ 2 months...
PAST PROGRESSIVE I was studying English at this time last night. S + was/were + present participle I was not playing tennis at that time yesterday. S + was/were + not + present participle Were you studying in your room last night between 7 p.m and 9 p.m ? Was/were + S + present participle ?
USAGES 1.For an action going on at a given moment in the past. Ex : This morning, at half past six, it was raining heavily. 2.For an action going on between two points of time in the past. Ex : He was staying with us all last week. (from Monday to Friday)
PRESENT PERFECT I have seen him in the park. S + have/has + past participle She hasn’t finished her composition yet. S + have/has + not + past participle Have they moved in ? Have/has + S + past participle ?
USAGES to express the idea that sth happened or never happened before now. Ex : I have already read that story. Note : used with for, since, express a situation that began in the past and continues to the present.
Exercise 1 Underline the most suitable tense in each sentence. 1.Did you see / Have you seen my bag anywhere? I can’t find it. 2.Hello Peter, are you back from the match ? Did you enjoy / Have you enjoyed it ? 3.This is the photo of my great grandfather. He was married / has been married six times.
4. Have you given / Did you give Helen my message when you have seen / saw her ? 5. Sorry, could you say that again ? I didn’t listen / haven’t listened to you. 6. Did you two meet / Have you met before ? Laura, this is Peter. 7. Did you meet / Have you met anyone interesting at the party ?
Exercise 2 Decide which answer (A, B, C or D) best fits each space.
Dear Linda, I’m sorry I (1) …. to you for so long, but I (2)…. very busy lately. All last month I (3) …. exams, and I (4) …. anything else but study for ages. Anyway, I (5) …. studying now, and I (6) … for my exam results. As you can see from this letter, I (7) … my address and (8) … in Corydon now. I (9) … that I wanted a change from central London because it (10) … so expensive. A friend (11) … me about this flat and I (12) … here about 2 months ago.
When you (13) … to England this summer, please visit me. I (14) … here until the middle of August. Then I (15) … on holiday to Scotland. Please write soon, Margaret.
FURTHER PRACTICE Rewrite each sentence below without changing the original meaning : 1.It’s a long time since our last conversation. => We 2.How long have you studied English ? => When haven’t talked to each other for a long time. did you start studying English ?
3. The last time I came here was in 2006. => I haven’t 4. She was having a bath when the phone rang. => The phone 5. He didn’t get married until he was 30. => It’s was come here since 2006. rang while she was having a bath. until 30 did he get married.