Review 4 grade 9 – Language
1.1. Task 1 Review 4 grade 9
Draw rising or falling arrows to illustrate the correct tones, then listen and practise saying the sentences. (Draw up or down arrows to illustrate the correct tone, then listen and practice saying these sentences)
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Guide to answer
A: What do the astronauts do while they are aboard the ISS ↘ ?
B: They keep the station in good condition ↗, and do science experiments ↘.
A: Sounds hard ↗ !
B: Not at all ↘ !
A: They don’t have ‘weekends’ ↗ ?
B: They do ↘.
A: What do they do during their ‘weekends’ ↘?
B: They do various things like watching movies ↗, playing music ↗, reading books ↗, and talking to their families ↘.
A: What do astronauts do while on the ISS?
B: They keep the location in good condition, and do scientific experiments.
A: It sounds difficult!
B: No problem!
A: They don’t have ‘weekends’?
B: They have.
A: What do they do during the ‘weekends’?
B: They do different things like watch movies, listen to music, read books, and talk to their families.
1.2. Task 2 Review 4 grade 9
Draw arrows to show the feelings and opinions of A and B. Then listen and repeat the conversation, paying attention to the tones. (Draw arrows to show the feelings and opinions of A and B. Then listen and repeat the dialogue, paying attention to tone of voice)
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Guide to answer
A: In the near future, we will mostly learn online.
B: Incredible ↘ ! But we will still have actual classrooms, won’t we ↗ ?
A: Sure ↘. But teachers will no longer be knowledge providers ↘.
B: Really ↗ ?
A: They will be guides ↗, or facilitators ↘.
B: Superb ↘ ! What about the students’ roles ↘?
A: They’ll be more responsible for their own learning, I think.
B: Amazing ↘ ! And they will make their own decisions ↗ ?
A: Absolutely ↘ right ↘ !
A: In the near future, we will learn online.
B: Incredible! But we’re still going to have real classes, right?
A: Sure. But the teacher will no longer be the provider of knowledge.
A: They will be guides, or facilitators.
B: Great! What about the student’s role?
A: They will have more responsibility for their learning, I think.
B: Great! And will they decide for themselves?
2.1. Task 3 Review 4 grade 9
Change the form of the verbs provided to complete the sentences. (Change the form of the given verbs to complete the sentences)
Guide to answer
1. In the future, teachers will be facilitators instead of knowledge providers.
2. With the rapid development of science, people will soon be able to inhabit other planets.
3. To become a skilled mechanic you need special vocational training.
4. The launch of the spaceship this morning has been postponed.
5. He was a seasoned salesman before starting his own company.
6. We will be responsible for our own learning, teachers will not have to take attendance.
7. In the vocational training course, each trainee will be the one to self-assess their work.
8. There are more than a hundred people participating in the forum.
2.2. Task 4 Review 4 grade 9
Havecomplete each sentence with a phrase in the box. (Complete each sentence with a phrase in the box)
Guide to answer
1. work flexitime
2. sense of direction
3. make a bundle
4. burn the midnight oil
5. once in a blue moon
6. The sky’s the limit
7. sense of responsibility
8. mountains of work
1. My mother chose to work flexible shifts instead of office hours to have more time for us in the morning.
2. Without good navigation, you can be useless when completely lost on the new planet.
3. Men were once the mainstay of finance in our country, but today women also work and many earn a lot of money.
4. These students must work hard before becoming successful physicists.
5. Everything has changed! Teachers don’t take attendance often anymore.
6. There are many jobs in tourism and diplomacy for you to choose from. You can achieve infinite.
7. Students are expected to be more successful if they take more responsibility for their own learning.
8. In the modern world, women have a ton of work both at home and at work.
3.1. Task 5 Review 4 grade 9
Put the verbs in brackets into the infinitive or -ing form. (Put the verb without brackets in the V-ing or to-V form)
Guide to answer
first. What kind of food do astronauts avoid eating?
(What kind of food do astronauts avoid?)
2. Which roles are women expected to play in the future?
(What role will women play in the future? )
3. She began to work/ work as a biologist three years ago.
(She started as a biologist 3 years ago. )
4. Students tend big more responsible for their studies.
(Students tend to take more responsibility for their learning. )
5. Men no longer mind doing housework.
(Men are no longer afraid to do housework. )
6. Women have attempted to share the financial burden with their spouses.
(Women make an effort to share the financial burden with their husbands.))
7. Astronauts never forget floating around in the weightless environment.
(Astronauts have never forgotten about hovering in zero gravity. )
8. He stopped checking attendance as his students are hard-working.
(He stopped taking attendance because his students were working very hard. )
3.2. Task 6 Review 4 grade 9
Rewrite the pairs of sentences as one sentence using a defining or non-defining relative clause. (Rewrite pairs of sentences and one sentence using definite or indefinite relative clauses)
Guide to answer
first. My grandfather, who has been retired for ten years now, used to be an astronaut.
(My grandfather, who has been retired for ten years, used to be an astronaut.)
2. The spacecraft which/that took Yuri Gagarin into space is called Vostok 3KA.
(The spacecraft that sent Yuri Gagarin into space is called Vostok 3KA. )
3. She likes the career which/that her father pursues all his life.
(She liked the career that her father pursued all his life. )
4. He admires the teacher who initiated building the school library.
(He admires the teacher who started building the school library. )
5. I work for a man whose farm covers thousands of acres.
(I work for a man who has a farm of thousands of acres. )
6. Students will have to make their own learning decisions, which will be hard for many of them.
(Students will have to make their own academic decisions, which will be difficult for many of them.)
4. Everyday English
OLDhoose the most suitable expression to complete each of the short dialogues. (Choose the best expression to complete each short dialogue.)
Guide to answer
1. No worries.
2. I am not so sure about that.
3. That’s not entirely true.
5. Sounds interesting.
1. A: I’m afraid I won’t find the right career.
B: Don’t worry! Why don’t you ask your parents for advice?
2. A: Can you believe we will live on Mars in 20 years?
B: I’m not sure about that. But that is possible.
3. A: There will be online classes only.
B: That’s not entirely true. We will have real classes.
4. A: I was called for an interview.
B: Great! You will do well.
5. A: Space Adventures, an American company, has carried individuals to the international space station.
B: Sounds interesting! I might have to save money for it.
5. Practice Task 1
Complete each sentence using who/ whom/ whose/ where.
first. A cemetery is a place …. people are buried.
2. A pacifist is a person ….that all wars are wrong.
3. An orphan is a child …. parents are dead.
4. What was the name of the person to …. you spoke on the phone?
5. The place …. we spent our holidays was really beautiful.
6. Practice Task 2
Choose the best answers
first. The story was very funny. The math teacher told the story.
A.The story that the math teacher told was very funny.
B.The story which the math teacher told was very funny.
C.The story the math teacher told was very funny.
D. All are correct.
2. The girl went to the police station. Her case was stolen.
A. The girl whose case was stolen went to the police station.
B. The girl her case was stolen went to the police station.
C. The girl the case of which was stolen went to the police station.
D. The girl who’s case was stolen went to the police station.
3. Is the man your father? The man is standing at the gate.
A. Is the man whom is standing at the gate your father?
B. Is the man who is standing at the gate your father?
C. Is the man standing at the gate your father?
D. Both B and C are correct.
4. Can the students give back their books? The students are leaving tomorrow.
A. Can the students whom are leaving tomorrow give back their books?
B. Can the students who leaving tomorrow give back their books?
C. Can the students leave tomorrow give back their books?
D. Can the students whose leaving tomorrow give back their books?
5. The children were attracted by the show. It was performed by the animals.
A. The children attracted by the show which was performed by the animals.
B. The children were attracted by the show to have been performed by the animals.
C. The show performing by the animals attracted the children.
D. The children were attracted by the show performed by the animals.
At the end of the lesson, students should have knowledge of:
– Up and down tones show the speaker’s emotions.
– The vocabulary in Unit 10, 11, 12
– Grammar in Unit 10, 11, 12
+ Defining relative clauses (Defining relative clause) only the object (person, thing, etc.) is being talked about in the sentence. If the defining clause is omitted from the sentence, the meaning of the entire sentence changes dramatically.
Ex: This is the house that Jack built. (This is the house Jack built)
+ Non-defining relative clauses (Undefined relative clause) Add more information about the object mentioned in the sentence. If the indefinite clause is omitted from the sentence, the meaning of the sentence does not change.
Indefinite relative clauses are separated by commas or parentheses and do not use the relative pronoun “that”
Ex: Dalat, which I visited last summer, is very beautiful. (Da Lat, the place I visited last summer, is very beautiful.)
+ Verb + to-infinitive/ Verb + V-ing (The verb goes with the infinitive with “to” and the verb goes with the -ing verb)
Some verbs are often followed by a verb with “to”: agree, expect, manage, pretend, tend, promise, attemp, offer, refuse…
Ex: I managed to go to the party on time. (I arranged to get to the party on time)
Some verbs are usually followed by -ing verbs: finish, stop, admit, deny, avoid, discuss, keep, mention, mind…
Ex: She avoid being asked by interviewers. (She avoids being questioned by reporters.)
Some verbs can go with both forms without changing the meaning: begin, start, continue…
It begins raining. (It started to rain.)
Some verbs with the above two forms will have different meanings: remember, forget, try, stop…
Ex: I regret to inform you that the train was cancelled (I regret to inform you that the train has been cancelled.)
He regrets leaving school early. (He regrets dropping out so early.)