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    Người gửi: Sa Li
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    UNIT 1: A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL
    1. GETTING STARTED
    Work with a partner. A foreign pen pal is coming to stay with you for a week. What activities would you do during the visit?
    2. LISTEN AND READ
    Lan`s Malaysian pen pal, Maryam, was staying with Lan last week. Maryam and Lan have been pen pals for over two years and they correspond at least once every two weeks, but this was their first meeting.
    On Jane’s first day in Ha Noi, Lan took her to Hoan Kiem Lake. Like Kuala Lumpur, Ha Noi is a busy modern city. Maryam was really impressed by the beauty of the city and by the friendliness of its people.
    Over the next few days, the girls visited Ho Chi Minh`s Mausoleum, the History Museum and the Temple of Literature, as well as many beautiful parks and lakes in Ha Noi. On Friday, Maryam wanted to visit the mosque on Hang Luoc Street. Lan used to walk past the mosque on her way to primary school. However, this was Lan`s first visit. She enjoyed the peaceful atmosphere while Maryam was praying.
    "I wish you had a longer vacation," Lan said to Maryam at the end of the week.
    "Yes, I wish I had more time to get to know your beautiful country better. Lan, would you like to come and visit me next summer?" Maryam asked.
    "That would be great! However, it seems very difficult for me to have a trip abroad. It all depends on my parents. Anyway, we`ll keep in touch."
    Choose the correct option to complete the sentences.
    1) Lan and Maryam usually write to one another every ...
    A two years. B month. C two weeks. D day.
    2) Maryam was impressed because . . . .
    A Ha Noi was big and modern. C Ha Noi was different from Kuala Lumpur.
    B Ha Noi people were friendly. D Ha Noi and Kuala Lumpur were the same.
    3) The girls went to see ...
    A famous places in Ha Noi. C a place of worship.
    B areas for recreation. D all the above.
    4) Maryam wanted to ...
    A visit Ha Noi next summer. C stay in Ha Noi.
    B invite Lan to Kuala Lumpur. D visit Ho Chi Minh City.
    3. SPEAK
    a) Nga is talking to Maryam. They are waiting for Lan outside her school. Put their dialogue in the correct order and copy it into your exercise book. Then practice with your partner. Start like this.
    Nga : Hello. You must be Maryam:
    Maryam: That`s right, I am.
    Nga: Pleased to meet you. Let me introduce myself. I`m Nga:
    Maryam: Pleased to meet you, Nga? Are you one of Lan`s classmates?
    Nga: Yes, I am. Are you enjoying your stay in Viet Nam?
    Maryam: Oh yes, very much. Vietnamese people are very friendly and Ha Noi is a very interesting city.
    Nga: Do you live in a city, too?
    Maryam: Yes, I live in Kuala Lumpur. Have you been there?
    Nga: No. Is it very different from Ha Noi?
    Maryam: The two cities are the same in some ways.
    Nga: I see. Oh! Here`s Lan. Let`s go.
    b) Now you are talking to Maryarn’s friends. Introduce yourself. Make similar dialogues. Take turns to be one of Maryam’s.friends.
    Yoko from Tokyo, Japan (a busy big capital city)
    Like Vietnamese people
    Love old cities in Viet Nam
    Paul from Liverpool, England (an industrial city, North of England)
    Love the people, the food, and the beaches in Viet Nam
    Jane from a small town in Perth, Australia (a quiet small town)
    Love the temples and churches in VietNam
    Love "ao dai”, Vietnamese food, especially "nem”
    4. LISTEN
    Tim Jones` Mexican pen pal, Carlo, is visiting the USA. Listen to their conversation and check (V) the numbers of the correct pictures. a) 1 b) 2 c) 2
    TAPE TRANSCRIPT
    Tim: Are you hungry, Carlo?
    Carlo: Yes.
    Tim: Okay. Let’s go to a restaurant downtown. If we go through the park, we can catch a bus on Ocean Drive.
    Carlo: That’s fine. I really like walking in the park. You’re lucky to have a place like this close to your home. It’s so beautiful with all the trees and flowers and a pond in the middle.
    Tim: Carlo! Be careful. You’re walking on the grass. The park keeper is growing some more – you’ll kill the new grass!
    Carlo: Oh, sorry. I didn’t see the sign.
    Tim: Come on. It’s time we caught the bus.
    Carlo: Is that our bus, Tim?
    Tim: No. That’s a 103 bus. We want the number 130.
    Carlo: Where are we going to eat?
    Tim: It’s up to you. There’s a new Mexican restaurant in town.
    Carlo: Oh, no. I can eat Mexican food at home. I love American food. I’d rather eat hamburgers.
    Tim: Okay. I know exactly where we need to go!
    5. READ
    Malaysia is one of the countries of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). It is divided into two regions, known as West Malaysia and East Malaysia. They are separated by about 640 km of the sea and together comprise an area of 329,758 sq km. Malaysia enjoys tropical climate. The Malaysian unit of currency is the ringgit, consisting of 100 sen.
    The capital of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur and it is also the largest city of the country. The population in 2001 was over 22 million. Islam is the country`s official religion. In addition, there are other religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism. The national language is Bahasa Malaysia (also known simply as Malay). English, Chinese, and Tamil are also widely spoken. The language of instruction for primary school children is Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese, or Tamil. Bahasa Malaysia is the primary language of instruction in all secondary schools, although some students may continue learning in Chinese and Tamil. And English is a compulsory second language.
    a) Fill in the table with the right information about Malaysia.
    MALAYSIA
    1. Area: 329,758 sq km 5. Capital city: Kuala Lumpur
    2. Population: over 22 million 6. Official religion: Islam
    3. Climate: tropical climate 7. National language: Bahasa Malaysia
    4. Unit of currency: the ringgit, consisting of 100 sen 8. Compulsory second language: English
    b) True or False? Check (*/) the boxes. Then correct the false statements.
    1. Malaysia is a member country of ASEAN. True
    2. There are two religions in Malaysia. (False : more than 2 )
    3. People speak only Malay in Malaysia.( False: Chinese,Tamil, and English are also widely spoken)
    4. Primary school children learn three languages at school. (False: one of the three: Chinese,Tamil, Malay )
    5. All secondary school children learn in English. (False: English is a compulsory second language, primary language of instruction )
    6. WRITE
    Imagine you are visiting your relatives or friends in another part of Viet Nam or in a different country. Write a letter to your family. Follow the outline.
    Outline
    First paragraph: -say when you arrived and who met you at the bus / train station / airport
    Second paragraph: -Talk about:
    .what you did
    .places you visited
    .people you met
    .food you tried
    .things you bought
    Third paragraph: -tell how you feel ( happy / disappointed...)
    -say what interests you most (people / places / activities... )
    -mention when you return home
    LANGUAGE FOCUS
    * The past simple. * The past simple with wish
    1) Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions about what each person did on the weekend.
    –What did Ba do on the weekend?
    – He went to see a movie called “Ghost and Monster”
    – When did he see it?
    –He saw it on Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
    Activities
    Movie - Ghosts and Monsters
    Concert - Ha Noi singers
    Camp - Y&Y (Youth and Young Pioneer Associations)
    Soccer match - Dong Thap vs The Cong
    Play - Much Ado About Nothing
    2) Lan and her friends are holding a farewell party for Maryam. Write the things they did to prepare for the party. Use the pictures and the words is the box.
    buy flowers hang colorful lamps
    bake a cake go shopping
    paint a picture of Ha Noi
    3) Work with a partner. Write wishes you want to make in these situations.
    Example: a) I wish I were taller.
    a) You are not very tall. f) You draw very badly.
    b) It`s so hot. You want to be in the pool. g) It does not rain so often in your hometown.
    c) You don`t have a computer. h) You don`t know many friends.
    d) You live very far from school. i) You don`t have your friend`s phone number.
    e) You don`t have a sister. j) There aren`t any rivers and lakes in your hometown.
    UNIT 2: CLOTHING
    1. GETTING STARTED
    Look at the dress these people are wearing. Decide where each person comes from.
    a) Japan a kimono b) VN c) Scotland a kilt
    d) India a sari e) the USA jeans scarf f) Saudi Arabia a veil
    2. LISTEN AND READ
    For centuries poets, writers and musicians have mentioned the ao dai in poems, novels and songs. The ao dai is the traditional dress of Vietnamese women. It consists of a long silk tunic that is slit on the sides and worn over loose pants. Traditionally, it was frequently worn by both men and women. The design and material used for men were different from those used for women. Nowadays, women usually wear it, especially on special occasions. However, many Vietnamese women today often prefer to wear modern clothing at work, because it is more convenient.
    Now fashion designers want to change the traditional ao dai. Some have printed lines of poetry on the ao dai, so they look modern and very fashionable. Other designers have taken inspiration from Vietnam`s ethnic minorities. They have visited villages and studied traditional designs and symbols such as suns, stars, crosses, and stripes. They have added these patterns to the ao dai, so Vietnamese women can continue to wear the unique dress, which is now both traditional and fashionable.
    a) Complete the sentences. Use the information from the passage.
    l. For a long time the ao dai has been the subject of poems, novels and songs.
    2. The ao dai is described as a long silk tunic with slits up the sides worn over loose pants.
    3. The majority of Vietnamese women prefer to wear modern clothing at work
    4. Some designers have modernized the ao dai by printing lines of poetry on it.
    5. Another alternative is to add symbols such as suns, starts, crosses and stripes.
    b) Answer the questions. `
    1. Who used to wear the ao dai by tradition?
    2. Why do the majority of Vietnamese women prefer to wear modern clothing at work these days?
    3. What have fashion designers done to modernize t
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