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    • Unit 10 obsessions
    • MAIN CONTENT 1. Grammar - Present perfect continuous tense - Compound nouns - Time expressions 2. Reading and speaking: Death cigarettes 3. Speaking: The right to smoke 4. Listening and speaking: Collectors 5. Writing: Beginning and ending letters, formal and informal
    • Grammar (1): Present perfect continuous Positive & negative Question Short answer Present perfect CONTINUOUS + - Have been/ haven’t been We /I You They Working. Has been /hasn’t been He She It Yes, I have. No, she hasn’t. Have you been working all day? Has she been studying hard? we you they have been doing? he she it has What
      • An activity that began in the past and is continuing now.
      She has been learning in UNETI for 2 years. 2. An activity that has caused a present results It has been raining. Use of present perfect Continuous
    • Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous
      • A SIMPLE EXPRESSES A COMPLETE ACTION
        • I have painted the kitchen
        • I’ ve read ten chapters of this book
      • The Continuous expresses an activity over a period of time and things that happened during the activity
      • I’ ve got paint in my hair because I have been decorating
      Note: Some verbs don’t have the idea of a long time, For example find, start, buy, die, love, break, stop………………… The verbs are used in Simple. Some verbs have the idea of a long time, For example Wait, work, play, try, learn, Rain…………………. The verbs are used in continuous.
    • Practice Test your grammar: Match a line in A with a line or picture in B. What do the second sentence of each pair have in common? Verbs used in second sentence of each pair is in continuous tenses
    • Practice
      • Read and listen to the article: “Here ends the lessons”.
      • Look at the newspaper headline and the picture of Peter and answer the questions
      • What is Peter’s job?
      • He’s a vicar
      • 2. What has he passed?
      • - His driving test
      • 3. What are L-plates on a car for?
      • It shows others learners that you are learners
      • 4. What is he tearing up? Why?
      • L-plates. Because he has passed his driving lesson
      • 5. Explain the play on the words in the headline
    • Practice
      • Read and listen to the article: “Here ends the lessons”. Then answer the questions.
      • 1. Why is Peter celebrating?
      • Because he has passed his driving test
      • 2. Was it easy?
      • No, it wasn’t
      • 3. What helped him to pass his test?
      • He drove an automatic instead of a car with a manual gear change.
      • 4. What was his first accident?
      • He drove to a ten-foot hedge.
      • 5. What was his big problem with driving?
      • He confused the clutch and the brake
      • 6. What has happened to his instructors? Why?
      • Their hair has turned grey because they have been so frightened because of Peter’s driving
      • 7. Why hasn’t he seen his relatives for so long?
      • He hasn’t been able to get to them
    • Practice
      • Here are the answers to some questions. Write questions using HE.
      • 1. Seventeen years
      • How long has he been learning to drive?
      • 2. 632
      • How many driving hours has he taken?
      • 3. Eight
      • - How many instructors have helped him to learned to drive?
      • 4. Over 9000
      • - How much money has he spent on tuition?
      • 5. Five times
      • - How many times has he crashed his car?
      • 6. For over half of his life
      • - How long has he been praying for a driving?
      • 7. That he would never pass
      • - What have his instructors have been telling him?
      • 8. 56
      • How many times has he taken the driving tests?
      • 9. By visiting relatives
      • - How has he been celebrating?
    • Make sentences using the same verb about yourself. With a partner, ask and answer question with how long
      • I live in the country
      • How long have you been living in the country
      • I play tennis
      • How long have you been playing tennis
      • I know Jack well
      • How long have you known Jack?
      • I work in Prague.
      • How long have you been working in Prague?
      • I have a American car.
      • How long have you had the car?
      • Make statements
      • about yourself
      • using the same verbs.
      • In pairs, ask
      • And answer questions
      • with how long
      • 2. For each of the
      • sentences in
      • exercises 2, write
      • another questions
      • using past simple
        • Practice
      • Work in pairs and make dialogues.Listen to the example
      • Tired – what ….doing/ exhausted – getting ready to go on holiday / done everything? Packed cases been to the bank …. Haven’t booked the taxi yet
      • Covered in pain – what doing?
      • Decorating bathroom
      • Finished yet?
      • Painted the door, haven’t put the wallpaper yet
      • You look tired. What have
      • you been doing?
      • I’m exhausted. I’ve been
      • getting ready to go on
      • holiday
      • Have you done anything?
      • Well, I’ve packed the case,
      • and I’ ve been to the bank
      • but I haven’t booked the
      • taxi yet
    • Why are the sentences strange? What would be better? ‘ ve cut ‘ ve been swimming Have you been crying? crashed
    • time expressions in the morning/afternoon/evening in December in summer in 1995 in two weeks’ time ----------------------------------------------- Past simple: for, ago, during, while Present perfect: For, since Future: For, in In at six o’clock at midnight at Christmas at the weekend At on Saturday on Monday morning on Christmas Day on January 18 On today yesterday tomorrow the day after tomorrow the day before yesterday last night last week two weeks ago next month yesterday evening tomorrow evening this evening tonight No Preposition
    • Practice: look at the chart and answer questions
    • Questions and Answers
    • time expressions Two weeks Five days In nine days’ time. In Sapa I was in China I will be in Halong Bay Answers 1. How long are you in Vietnam for? 2. How long have you been in Vietnam? 3. When do you go back to Thailand? 4.When were you the day before yesterday? 5. Where were you this time last week? 6. Where will you the day after tomorrow? Questions
    • Correct mistakes
    • READING DEATH CIGARETTES? YOU MUST BE JOKING!
    • Do you know… ? Taking cocain hang-gliding Golden Gate Bridge driving motorbike ... Where are they ? Which is the riskiest? smoking Playing Russian roulette Crossing road
    • What view of smoking does each quotation express? Medical view humorous 2 1 3 Adult’s view 4 humorous 5 Cost of caring smokers when they ill
      • Have attitudes to smoking changed in Vietnam in past few years?
      • How? Do as many people smoke?
      • 2. Look at the picture of Cunningham and answer the questions.
      • How old do you think is he?
      • What do know you about his way of life?
      • What kind of man is he?
      • What nationality is he?
      • Would you like to meet him?
      • 40
      • in love with cigaretes
      • very strange
      • English - No
      Yes, they have but not much. There are still many people smoking READING
    • READING: Comprehension check a c a b a c c a a
    • Language work
      • Make questions for the answers
      • 1. Since he was 11
      • How long has he been smoking?
      • 2. Between 40 and 60
      • How many cigars does he smoke a day?
      • 3. Yes, he has. He gave up for 6 months after his lungs collapsed
      • - Has he ever tried to give up ?
      • 4. For 15 years
      • - How long has he been riding Harley/?
      • 5. About 10
      • - How many motorbikes has he had ?
      • 6. In 1991
      • - When did he start the ETC?
      • 7. About 1million pound a year
      • - How much has ETC been losing?
      • 8. 15
      • How many cigarettes did he smoke during the interview?
      • What are the words
      Vocabulary and pronunciation
      • Driving license b. driving test
      • c. wallpaper d. A press conference
      • e. a chain smoker f. a business
      • e,. Partner g. An ashtray
      A tooth b. room I. air j. tea C . traffic d. motor k. sun l. agent E. book f. fire m. paper n. man G. Card h. hair o. shopping p. book
    • Are these sentences true ( √ ) or false (X)? Correct the false sentences.
      • Alice was waiting for her husband because she wanted to kill him.
      • She was happy because it was her anniversary.
      • She didn’t know what he was going to tell her.
      • Henry said that he was in love with someone else
      • She thought for a long time about how to murder Henry.
      • She turned up the central heating because the room was cold.
      • After she murdered him, Alice was very clever in her behaviour.
      • Alice hid the murder weapon.
      Alice was waiting for her husband because she wanted to kill him. She didn’t think for very long. She wanted to melt the ice statue. It melt. Put the word in each box to form three compound nouns room traffic agent fire card shopping hair air tea sun paper
    •  
      • 1.
      Listening and speaking
    • Everyday English Making complain Counted quantity Uncounted quantity
    • Everyday English Making complain Counted quantity Uncounted quantity
    • Practice
      • Do Exercises in Workbook.
      • Do the Listening task at home
      • Translate the text “Death cigarettes”
      • Prepare Unit 11:
        • Look up new words
        • Read the reading carefully
        • Do the Comprehension check
      HOMEWORK