Bài giảng môn Tiếng Anh - Unit 7: World population

 . Practise reading aloud this dialogue:

 A: Didn’t you go to the cricket club?

 B: Yes, I did go to the cricket club.

 A: Was it crowded?

 B: Quite crowded.

 A: Was Greg there?

 B: Greg was there, yes. And Robert Queen was there, too.

 A: Does Robert Queen like cricket?

 B: No, he doesn’t. He quarrelled with Greg. He

 went to the pub and drank some glasses of beer.

 A: Oh dear!

 B: Mm. Shall I take your clothes to the cleaner’s?

 

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WELCOME Look at the following pictures and name them.A clock ice-cream glass QueengrapesWORLD Unit 7E. LANGUAGE FOCUSPronunciation: /kl/- /gl/- /kr/- /gr/- /kw/2. Conditional types 1,2 and 3( revision)3. Conditional in reported speech By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:	- Distinguish the clusters /kl/, /gl/, /kr/, /gr/ and /kw/.	- Pronounce the words and dialogue containing these clusters correctly.	- Use conditional sentences (types 1; 2 and 3) and conditional sentences in reported speech appropriately.OBJECTIVESPRONUNCIATION. Listen and repeat/kl/ 	/gl/ 	/kr/ 	/gr/ /kw/clean glean crowd grow quarrelclass glass	 cranky	green quarterclaim struggle crash grouping quality quickly ugly creature ground queen . Practise reading aloud this dialogue:	A: Didn’t you go to the cricket club?	B: Yes, I did go to the cricket club.	A: Was it crowded?	B: Quite crowded.	A: Was Greg there?	B: Greg was there, yes. And Robert Queen was 	 there, too.	A: Does Robert Queen like cricket?	B: No, he doesn’t. He quarrelled with Greg. He went 	to the pub and drank some glasses of beer.	A: Oh dear!	B: Mm. Shall I take your clothes to the cleaner’s?Conditional sentencesType IF Clause Main clause1Real conditionS + V(s/es)S + will/shall + V infinitive can/ may2Present-unreal conditionS + V-2/edS + would/ could + V infinitive might3Past-unreal conditionS+ had V-3/edS + would/could + have + V-3/ed mightEXERCISE 1I (drive) to work if I had a car.Where in Vietnam would you like to live if you (can) choose?If the weather (be) good, we will have lunch outside.would drivecouldisEXERCISE 23. If you had had breakfast, you (not/ be) ________ hungry.4. If they had had enough money, they (buy) _________ that house.5. If he (study) ______ harder, he would have passed the examswouldn’t have beenwould have boughthad studiedCONDITIONAL SENTENCE IN REPORTED SPEECHE.g: “If the weather is fine this weekend, we will go for a picnic” he said.=> He said if the weather were fine that weekend, we would go for a picnic. E.g: “If I had enough money, I would buy a new motorbike” he said.=> He said if he had enough money, he would buy a new motorbike. “If she had studied her lesson, she wouldn’t have got bad mark” he said.=> He said if she had studied her lesson, she wouldn’t have got bad mark.- Simple present tense => simple past Change of tenses: Will/can/may + V(inf) => Would/could/might + V(inf) - Must/have to + V(inf) => had to + V(inf) - Is/are going to + V(inf) => was/were going to + V(inf) Change of demonstrative pronouns:- This => That- These => thoseNow => Then / at that timeToday => That dayTomorrow => The following day / the next day- Next + time => The following + time e.g: Next week => The following weekHere => there Change of adverbials of time and place: Exercise 3Examples:+> “ If I were you, I wouldn’t buy that coat,” she said.=> She said (that) if she were me, she woudn’t buy that coat.+> “I will come to see you, if I have time,” the man said to her.=> The man told her (that) he would come to see her if he had time.1. “I will come to see you if I have time,” the man said to her.=> The man told her that he would come to see her if he had time. Exercise 32. “ What would you do if someone stepped on your feet?” he asked her.=> He asked her what she would say if someone stepped on her feet.3. “If it doesn’t rain, we will go out with you,” they said to me.=> They told me that if it didn’t rain they would go out with me.4. “What would you do if you were a billionaire?” the man asked the woman.=> The man asked the woman what she would do if she were a billionaire.MORE EXERCISEI - Give the correct verb forms in the blanks:1, If I know her number, I (telephone) ..................... her.2, If I (have) .wings, I (fly) .. to the sky.3, If I (have) .. a car yesterday, I (go)  there in time.4, If I (be) .. 18 again, I (do) .. it better.will telephonehadwould flyhad hadwould have gonehad beenwould doMORE EXERCISE1, “If I were you, I would buy that car” Jim said to me.2, Tom said “Ann wouldn’t lend you money if you asked her”.3, “We wouldn’t have taken the bread if we hadn’t been hungry” her sister said.4, “If we do not get the tickets, we’ll stay at home” they said to me.Jim said to me if he was me he would buy that car. Tom said to me Ann would not lend me money if I asked her.Her sister said they would not have taken the bread if they had not been hungry. They said to me if we did not get the tickets we would stay at home. HOMEWORK At home, learn the grammar points, do exercises left in textbook, and prepare for the next lesson.Goodbye

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