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Enghlish 11 unit 7 phuong

Wednesday, February 7th, 201


Period: 2 LANGUAGE

Teacher: LE THI THU PHUONG
Nguyen Chi Thanh Upper Secondary School
Quang Dien, Hue


I.
Vocabulary
Warm-up : School education system in
Vietnam.


TASK 1( textbook):
Complete the following simplified diagram of Viet Nam’s education
system with the appropriate words from the box.

Kindergarten


College
University
(5)……………….and
(6)……………….
3 years or more

College
University
Lower secondary
education
Primary education
Kindergarten

Upper secondary
(4)……………………….
education
3 years
Lower secondary
(3)……………………
education
4 years
Primary education
(2)……………………..
5 years

Kindergarten
(1)…………………………….
3 years


II. Pronunciation
Intonation on questions
Do you know…?
-Using rising intonation at the end of yes-no questions to
check whether the information is correct or not.
- Using falling intonation at the end of wh-questions to ask
for information
Ex:



III. Grammar

THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINOUS
FORM: S+ HAS/HAVE+ (NOT)+ BEEN +V-ING
HAVE/HAS+ S+ BEEN + V-ING….?
USAGE:
1.actions that started in the past and continue in the present.
She has been waiting for you all day.( and she’s still waiting now)
2. Actions that have just finished, but we are interested in the
results.
I am very tired now because I have been working hard for 12 hours.

She has been cooking for
40 minutes


III. Grammar

THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINOUS
FORM: S+ HAS/HAVE+ (NOT)+ BEEN +V-ING
HAVE/HAS+ S+ BEEN + V-ING….?
USAGE:
1.actions that started in the past and continue in the present.
She has been waiting for you all day.( and she’s still waiting now)
2. Actions that have just finished, and we can see the results in the
present.
I am very tired now because I have been working hard for 12 hours.

Ho Ngoc Ha is thirsty. She has
been running


Task 1 : Making sentence to describe one of
six pictures below. Using The present
perfect continuous


The present perfect

The present perfect continuous

- Focus on the result of the action, and it
is finished
I’ve read the book you recommend.( I’ve
finished it).
-how much/many have been completed.

- Focus on the action itself and it is
unfinished
I’ve been reading the book you
recommend.( I’ve not finished it).
-How long something has been
happening
She’s has been writing emails all
afternoon.
-Can’t
Not Mark has been having his car for
five years
-all day long, all the
morning/afternoon

She’s written 10 emails this afternoon
-Used with stative verbs( have, know,
be, feel, hear, see, believe, think….)
Mark has had his car for five years
-clue words: never, before, once,
twice, three times, superlative form

The similariites: Used with certain verbs without changing the
meanings: hope, learn, lie, live, look, rain, sleep, sit, snow,
stand, stay, study, teach, wait, work
-Clue words: lately, recently, how long, for, since
Example:
I have live in New York since 2002
Or I have been living in New York since 2002


Task 2 :Give the correct form of the verbs.
1.We( travel)……………………… around France for 7 days
2. I( read)……………………. the novel, you can have it back
3. He ( win/)…………………………. the national
championship four times
4. He (play)……………………….. tennis since he was ten
5. They (make)…………………… films since they left
college
6. A friends of yours is saving money to go on holiday.
You ask: How long……you (save)…………….? How much
money………….you (save)…………?
Keys:
1. Have been traveling
2. Have read
3. Has won
4. Have been playing
5. Have been making
6. Have you been saving/ have you saved


Task 3 : Tell a short story or make a conversation ,
using the present perfect continuous

Jane : Hey Ryan. I know that you and your girlfriend were
broke up. I’m so sorry.
Tom: Ohm. I don’t know what to say. I’m waiting for her. I
have been waiting for her since 2 o’clock.
Jane : Really? You have been waiting for her for 3 hours
and she hasn’t came
Tom : Not yet.
Jane: Don’t be silly, Ryan. I know “love is blind” but…not
you…. a strong man
Tom:  You don’t understand. I really love her. And we were
broke up because of me.
Jane: Oh come on. You know, I just say it. Okay. What do you
want doing right now?
Tom: I don’t know. Let me alone. I need to thinking.
Jane: Okay. Good luck, my friend. Goodbye.


Homework
1. Do exercises in the workbook
2. Review the present perfect continuous tense




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