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  • 1. UNIT 14: HAVE YOU EVER
  • 2.
    • Starter
    • Match the country and flag
    • Greece
    • Great Britain
    • the USA
    • Hungary
    • Australia
    • Canada
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • Spain
    • France
    • Brazil
    • Japan
  • 3. A. IN MY LIFE
    • I. Grammar: The Present Perfect Tense
    • 1 . Forms
    • 2. Uses and advs
  • 4. I. Grammar
    • 1. Forms
    • (+) Affirmative
    • Examples:
    • I have been to Ha Noi
    • She has done her homework
    S + have/has + PP (Past participle)
  • 5.
    • Notes:
    • - With the regular verbs, PP = V+ed (Rules to add “ed” after verbs => see Unit 7)
    • Eg: Work – worked
    • Plan - planned
    • - With the irregular verbs, learn by heart
  • 6. I. Grammar
    • 1. Form
    • (-) Negatives
    • Have not = haven’t Has not = hasn’t
    • Examples:
    • We haven’t visited Hue before
    • He hasn’t gone out
    S + have/has + not + PP (Past participle)
  • 7.
    • (?) Questions
    • Yes/No questions:
    • Examples:
    • Have you ever been to England? – No, I haven’t
    • Has he lived here for 5 years? – Yes, he has
    • Have/has + S + PP …? – Yes, S + have/ has
      • - No, S + haven’t / hasn’t
  • 8.
    • (?)Questions
    • - WH- questions
    • Examples:
    • How long have you learned English?
    • – For 3 years
    WH + have/has + S + PP …?
  • 9. 2. Uses and adverbs
    • - For the actions that happened in the past with indefinite past time. It normally goes with some adverbs such as: ever, never, already, lately = recently, occasionally, not…yet, yet
    • Examples:
    • I’ve already read this book.
    • She hasn’t had lunch yet.
  • 10. 2. Uses and adverbs
    • For the actions that have just happened. We use adverb “just ” in this case
    • Examples:
    • He has just gone out
    • I have just painted the door. Don’t touch it
  • 11. 2. Uses and adverbs
    • For the actions that happened in the past but last to present (or leave the result at present) and maybe, last to the future. It is used with “ for” and “since’
        • For + a period of time:
        • Since + definite time/ clause
  • 12.
        • For + a period of time:
    • Examples:
    • For a week/ months/ 2 years…
    • For ages/ a long time
    • I’ve live here for 4 years
    • # I lived here for 4 years
  • 13.
        • Since + definite time/ clause
    • Examples:
    • Since May, 2000….
    • Since I was 15 years old
    • I have learnt English since 2000/ since I was at high school.
  • 14. Textbook P 106
    • 1. Read, listen and repeat the sentences
    • I’ve been to Germany
    • I haven’t been to France
    • I’ve been to the USA
    • I’ve never been to Australia
    • I haven’t been to any of these countries
  • 15. Textbook P 106
    • 2. Practise the conversation
    • 3. Pair work, write some cities in your countries and make conversation
    • Sample conversation
    • A. Have you ever been to Ha Long Bay?
    • B. No, I haven’t
    • A. Have you ever been to Hanoi?
    • B. Yes, I have
    • A. When did you go?
    • B. Last year
    • 4. Tell the class about your partner
  • 16. II. Practice
    • 1. Past participle: Write the infinitives
    Two regular verbs: cook, stay Given – give Won – win Had – have Stayed - stay Done- do Made – make Taken – take Driven- drive Cooked – cook Bought - buy seen – see met – meet drunk – drink flown - fly
  • 17. II. Practice
    • 2. The life of Ryan
    • a. Listen to Ryan talking about his life. Tick things he has done.
    • Keys
    • Things he has done.
    • Lived in a foreign country
    • Worked for a big company
    • Flown in a jumbo jet
    • Seen a play by Shakespeare
    • b. Tell the class about Ryan
  • 18.
    • Exercises: 1,2,3,4
  • 19. B. A HONEYMOON IN LONDON
    • I. Grammar: Revise Present Perfect
    • - Yet:
    • +Use in Present Perfect tense,
    • + Use in negatives (not……yet) and questions
    • + At the end of a sentence
    • Eg: We have n’t finished the English lesson yet
    • Have you done the homework yet?
    • - Just: (see the use of the Present Perfect Tense)
  • 20. Textbook P108
    • 1. Listen and tick things Marilyn and Rod have done
    • Answers:
    • Go to Buckingham Palace
    • See the house of parliament
    • Have a boat ride on the River Thames
    • Go on the London eye
    • Travel on a double -decker bus
  • 21. Textbook P108
    • 2. Work in pairs and tell your partner what they have done and what they haven’t done
    • Answers:
    • They have been to Buckingham Palace. They have seen the house of Parliament. They have had a boat ride on the River Thames….
    • They haven’t walked in Hype Park. They haven’t gone shopping in Harrods……
    • => Listen again and check
  • 22.
    • Grammar spot
    • - Complete the sentence:
    • (1) seen (2) haven’t (3) had
    • - “yet” comes at the end of a sentence, “just” comes before the past participle
    • - We can use “yet” in positive sentences and questions
  • 23. II. Practice
    • 1. Work with your partner an make questions with yet and answers with just
    • Have you ……yet? – Yes, I have just …..
    • Example:
    • - Have you done the shopping yet? – Yes, I have just done it
  • 24. II. Practice
    • 2. Tick the correct sentence
    • (1) I saw John yesterday
    • (2) Have you ever eaten Chinese food?
    • (3) Donna won 5,000 pounds last month
    • (4) I’ve never drunk champagne
    • (5) Tom has never been to America
    • (6) Has your sister had the baby yet?
    • (7) I haven’t finished the homework yet.
    • (8) Has he just bought a new car?
  • 25.
    • Exercises 5,6, 7, 8
  • 26. C. LISTENING
    • Living on a jet plane
    • 1. Listen to the song. What was it about?
    • The singer is leaving the person he/ she loves and going to fly to another place
    • 2. Read the song and choose the best words on the right to fill in
  • 27. C. LISTENING
    • Answers:
    • (1) bags (8) tell
    • (2) door (9) hold
    • (3) hate (10) many
    • (4) waiting (11) played
    • (5) horn (12) place
    • (6) die (13) come
    • (7) smile (14) ring
    • Listen again and check
  • 28. D. EVERYDAY ENGLISH
    • At the airport
    • 1. What do you do at the airport? Put the sentences into the correct order.
    • Answer:
    • 1. You arrive at the airport
    • 2. You get a trolley for your luggage
    • 3. You check in your luggage and get a boarding pass.
    • 4. You go through passport control
    • 5. You wait in the departure lounge
    • 6. You check the departures board for your gate number
    • 7. You board your plane
  • 29. D. EVERYDAY ENGLISH
    • 2. Listen to the airport announcements and complete the chart
    Last call Delayed- 1 hour Now boarding gate 17 Now boarding gate 32 Wait in lounge 4 - 17 32 - Geneva Frankfurt Amsterdam Miami New York BA 516 SK 832 AF 472 LH 309 VS 876 Remark Gate number Destination Flight number
  • 30. D. EVERYDAY ENGLISH
    • 3. Listen to the conversations. Who are they? Where are they?
    • Answers:
    • 1. Two passengers in departure lounge
    • 2. Check -in assistant and passenger at check -in desk
    • 3. Rod and Marilyn meeting Marilyn’s sister, Judy, in the arrival hall
    • 4. Boyfriend talking to girlfriend at the departure gate
  • 31.
    • 4. Complete each conversation with a correct question
    • Answers:
    • (1)Did the announcement say gate 4 or 14?
    • (2) Have you got much hand luggage?
    • (3) Did you have a good honeymoon?
    • (4) When can we see each other again?
  • 32. Thank you for your attention!