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    Unit 9. The post office

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    Người gửi: Mai Phuong Anh
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    WELOME TO CLASS 11 A6
    /sp/ - /st/ - /sk/
    spaceship
    spider man
    stamps
    sky
    disk
    Unit 9
    Post office
    ( Language Focus)
    PRONUNCIATION
    / sp / / st / / sk /
    Speak
    Speech
    Speedy
    Crisp
    Spacious
    Stanley
    Stand
    Stop
    Best
    Text
    Ask
    Disk
    Dusk
    Skill
    school
    / sp / / st / / sk /
    Listen and repeat
    Practice
    / sp / / st / / sk /
    Practise the dialogue, paying attention to the red words
    A: Ladies and gentlemen …
    B: Speak up, Stanley!
    A: I stand before you.
    B: Speak up, Stanley!
    A: On this School Speech Day …
    B: Do speak up!
    A: ON THIS SCHOOL SPEECH DAY
    B: Stop shouting, Stanley!
    A: And I speak for both my wife and myself, when I say …
    B: Speak up, Stanley!
    A: SPEAK UP, STANLEY!!!


    Practise the dialogue, paying attention to the red words
    Watch a video clip of music and answer the question:
    What sentence is reapted many times in this clip?
    Who let the dogs out?
    II. GRAMMAR
    Exercise 1:Explain what the words below mean, using the phrases from the box.
    steals things from the shop pays rent to live in a house or flat
    Designs building breaks into a house to steal things
    is not bave buys something from a shop
    Example: ( an architect) An architect is someone who designs building
    1. ( a burglar) ____________________________
    2. ( a customer)_____________________________
    3. ( a shoplifter)_____________________________
    4. ( a coward)_______________________________
    5. A tenant) _____________________________________
    ANSWER KEY
    1. a burglar


    2. a customer

    3. a shoplifter

    4. a coward

    5. a tenant
    is someone who breaks into the
    house to steal things.
    is someone who buys things from the shop.
    is someone who steals things from the shop.
    is someone who is not brave .
    is someone who pays rent to live in a house or a flat.
    1. Relative pronouns: who, whom, which, that, and whose.
    Eg1. The man who/ that is talking to our teacher overthere comes from Italy.
    Eg2: Do you know the girl whom/ who/ that the police want to look for?

    Eg3: The car which/ that John has just bought is worth £ 100.000.

    Eg4: They will meet the woman whose son knows some information about yesterday’s accident.
    1. __N (person) ____________V______
    who/ that
    2. __N (person) ______________S+ V___
    whom/ who/ that
    3. __N (thing) __________ V/ S+ V____
    which/ that
    4. __N _______N + V/ S+ V____
    whose
    1. A pacifist is a person ……… ........believes that all wars are wrong.

    2. An orphan is a child ………… parents are dead.

    3. I don’t know the name of the woman ……..… ..................I met yesterday.

    4. The bus ………............. you are waiting for arrives at 5.30 p.m .
    who/ that
    whose
    whom/ who/ that
    which/ that
    Exercise 2: Complete each sentence, using who, whom, which, that, whose
    Example: What’s the name of the man whose car you borrowed?
    2. Defining relative clauses ( revision)
    Eg: The student is very intelligent. You talked to him at the party yesterday.
    → The student who you talked to at the party yesterday is very intelligent.
    Defining relative clause
    →___N(P) + who/ whom/ which/ that/ whose...V/ S+V
    Defining relative clause
    NOTE:
    - Modifying the noun/ noun phrase before
    - Necessary for the meaning of the sentence
    - All relative pronouns can be used.
    - No comma ,
    Exercise 3: Join the sentences, using who,that or which.
    Example: A girl was injured in the accident. She is now in hospital.
    → A girl who was injured in the accident is now in hospital.

    1. A man answered the phone. He told me you were away.
    →.

    2. A waitress served us. She was very impolite and impatient.


    3.A building was destroyed in the fire. It has now been rebuilt.

    The man who answered the phone told me you
    were away
    The waitress who served us was very impolite
    and impatient
    The building which was destroy in the fire has now
    been rebuilt.
    Eg: Nam is very intelligent. You talked to him at the party yesterday.
    Non - defining relative clause
    Nam/ Peter/ Hanoi/ Paris
    my/ your/ his/ her/ our/ their/ its + N
    this/that/ these/ those +N
    Nam’s/ Peter’s/ Lan’s + N.
    , who/whom/which/ whose .. + V/ SV_____
    Non-defining relative clause
    NOTES:
    - that is not used in non defining relative clauses
    - A comma “,” or two commas “,.............,”
    - This clause is not necessary for the meaning of the sentence.
    → Nam, who you talked to at the party yesterday, is very intelligent.
    2. Non-defining relative clauses ( revision)

    EXERCISE 4: Join the sentences below, using who, whose or which.
    Eg: I met Jane’s father. He works at the university.
     I met Jane’s father, who works at the university.
    3. We are moving to Manchester. Manchester is in the north-west.

    4. I ‘ll be staying with Adrian. His brother is one of my closest friends

    .
    5. John Bridge is one of my oldest friends. He has just gone to live in Canada.

    We are moving to Manchester, which is in the north-west.
    I’ll be staying with Adrian, whose brother is one of my
    closet friends.
    John Bridge, who has just gone to live in Canada,
    is one of my oldest friends.
    →___N(P) + who/ whom/ which/ that/ whose...V/ S+V
    Defining relative clause
    NOTE: - Modifying the noun/ noun phrase before
    - Necessary for the meaning of the sentence
    - All relative pronouns can be used.
    - No comma ,
    1. Defining relative clause
    COMPARISON
    Nam/ Peter/ Hanoi/ Paris
    my/ your/ his/ her/ our/ their/ its + N
    this/that/ these/ those +N
    Nam’s/ Peter’s/ Lan’s + N.
    , who/whom/which/ whose .. + V/ SV___
    Non-defining relative clause
    NOTES: - that is not used in non defining relative clauses
    - A comma “,” or two commas “,.............,”
    - This clause is not necessary for the meaning of the sentence.
    2. Non-defining relative clause
    THE EXERCISE FOR CONSOLIDATION: Choose the best answer
    1. He is the man _______ car was stolen last week.
    a. whom b. that c. which
    2. They have just found their son, ___ was kidnaped last month. a. that c. which d. whose
    3. This is the book _________________________.
    a. whom my mother loves very much.
    b. who my mother loves very much.

    d. whose my mother loves very much.


    4. _____ gave valuable advice to me.
    a. John Robbins which I spoke to by telephone,
    b. John Robbins, that I spoke to by telephone,
    c. John Robbins whom I spoke to by telephone,
    d. whose
    b. who
    c. which my mother loves very much.
    d. John Robbins, whom I spoke to by telephone,
    HOMEWORK
    Remember to do your homework!
    1. Review the knowlege that you have just lerant
    Do the exercises left in your textbook
    2. Prepare the next lesson: Reading of Unit 10

    Thanks for your attention !
     
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