Review 4 grade 7 – Language
Listen to the conversation and mark the rising or falling intonation for each question. (Listen to the conversation and mark up and down for each question.)
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Guide to answer
– Rising intonation:
- Is it easy to fall?
- I suppose so, but you should take adventures, shouldn’t you?
- Can’t you imagine?
– Falling intonation:
- What is a monowheel?
- How do you ride it?
- Why do you like it?
Nick: Phong, the idea of cycling to school is interesting.
Phong: What is a unicycle?
Nick: It’s a unicycle.
Phong: A cake? How do you drive that car?
Nick: You sit inside the wheel and pedal.
Phong: Hum… Is it easy to fall?
Nick: I think it’s easy, but you should try it, shouldn’t you?
Phong: No, I’m not trying. Why do you like it?
Nick: Can you imagine? I can see people looking at me with admiration. OH!
2.1. Task 2 Review 4 grade 7
Form a suitable word from the word stem to fill the sentences. (Form a word that matches the root word to fill in the sentence)
Guide to answer
1. Have you found the solution to that problem yet?
2. Natural resources cannot provide enough energy to support this crowded world.
3. Did you know we have driverless cars? They don’t need a driver.
4. Among the inventions in the world, which invention do you like the most?
5. Playing outside is healthier than playing inside.
2.2. Task 3 Review 4 grade 7
Choose A, B, or C to complete sentences. (Choose A, B or c to complete the sentence)
Guide to answer
1. A 2. B 3. A 4. B 5. A
1. In Mongolia, manure is a type of energy. People use manure for cooking and heating.
2. To save money, we learn to reuse everyday products like coca cola bottles.
3. In the green future, vehicles will be powered by solar energy.
4. I’m dreaming of a teleportation portal that can take me to another place in seconds in any climate.
5. Clean water supplied through pipes is called piped water.
Use the verbs in brackets in the future simple active (will do) or the future simple passive (will be done) to complete the sentences. (Use the verbs in brackets in the active simple future (will do) or the passive future (will be done) to complete the sentences.)
Guide to answer
1. Children will fly to school in a jet pack.
(Children will fly to school with a mini jet engine (flying bag).)
2. Solar panels will be used to produce energy.
(Solar panels will be used to produce energy.)
3. All the slums in this areas will be demolished for new multi-storey building.
(All slums in this area will be demolished to build multi-storey buildings.)
4. We will have robots to help us with some of our housework.
(We will have a robot to help us with the housework.)
5. I hope someone will invent a machine to do homework for me.
(I hope someone will invent a housework machine for me.)
4. Everyday English
Put the sentences in the right order to form a conversation. (Put the sentences in the correct order to form a conversation.)
Guide to answer
1 – c 6 – f
2 – g 7 – h
3 – a 8 – d
4 – i 9 – j
5 – e 10 – b
1. Phong, tell me about your dream.
2. I will have a tree house.
3. On the tree?
4. That’s right, where I’m away from the noise and I can hear the birds singing.
5. And…will you go to school?
6. Sure. But not on a crowded bus. I will go to school on a unicycle.
7. Unicycles are slow.
8. Slow but can save energy. And my house is not far from the school.
9. It doesn’t sound realistic at all.
10. Maybe so. But that was my dream.
5. Practice Task 1
Write the sentences using the cues given
1. She/ hope/ that/ Mary/ come/ party/ tonight.
2. I/ finish/ my report/ 2 days.
3. If/ you/ not/ study/ hard/,/ you/ not/ pass/ final/ exam.
4. You/ look/ tired,/ so/ I/ bring/ you/ something/ eat.
5. you/ please/ give/ me/ lift/ station?
6. Practice Task 2
Use the correct form of verbs in brackets
1. They (do) ……………… it for you tomorrow.
2. My father (call) ……………… you in 5 minutes.
3. We believe that she (recover) ………………from her illness soon.
4. I promise I (return) ……………… school on time.
5. If it rains, he (stay) ……………… at home.
At the end of the lesson, students should have knowledge of:
– How to stress in three-syllable words, how to raise and lower your voice in questions, and how to stress in words
– Vocabulary in Unit 10, 11, 12
– Grammar points:
+ The future continuous (Future continuous tense) Used to talk about an action in progress at a specified time in the future.
(+) S + will + be + V-ing
(-) S + will not + be + V-ing
(?) Will + S + be + V-ing…?
Ex: We will be working on the farm this time next week. (We will be working on the farm by this time next week)
+ The future simple passive (The future simple is in the passive form)
(+) S + will be + V3/V-ed
(-) S + will not be + V3/V-ed
(?) Will + S + be + V3/V-ed…?
The passive voice is used in the following situations:
- When the subject of the sentence is not important. Ex: The classroom will be cleaned to welcome students. (Classroom will be cleaned up to welcome students)
- When the action of the performer is not known. Ex: These books will be bought. (These books will be purchased)
- If the performer is still important, we can add “by” + phrase or subject. Ex: A tree will be planted by Ba (A tree will be planted by Ba)
+ Will for future prediction (“Will” to predict the future)
- Will is used when we make predictions based on future opinions or experiences. Ex: People will not go to Jupiter before the 22nd century. (Humans won’t be able to reach Jupiter before the 22nd century.)
- Will is used when we decide to do something while speaking (intention is not planned.). Ex: I’m not busy now, so I will visit my users. (I’m not busy right now, so I’m going to visit my grandparents.)
+ Possessive pronouns (Possessive pronoun)
mine (mine, mine)
yours (yours, yours)
We use possessive pronouns instead of a phrase
Ex: That is your pen. This is mine. (mine = my pen) (That’s your pen. This is mine)
+ Comparisons of quantifiers: more, less/ fewer (Quantitative comparison: more, less/ fewer)
When comparing more quantitatively, we have the following structure:
S + V + more + cn.N + than + N/ pronoun
S + V + more + unc.N + than + N/ pronoun
Ex: Ha ha more work than me. (Ha has more work than me)
When comparing less quantitatively, we have the following structure:
S + V + fewer + cn.N + than + N/ pronoun
s + V + less + unc.N + than + N/ pronoun
Ex: There is less milk in my bottle charcoal in your. (There’s less milk in my bottle than in yours)
+ Tag questions (Tag question) is a short question used after a sentence to ask for information or to confirm the idea just asked in a sentence, this type of question is always followed by a comma (,) and ends with a question mark (?) .
- If the statement before the comma is affirmative, the question tag must be negative. Ex: Ann will be here soon, won’t she? (Soon Ann will be here, won’t she?)
- If the statement before the comma is negative, the question tag must be affirmative. Ex: Tom won’t be late, will he? (Tom won’t be late, will he?)