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UNIT 01 English 9 A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL UNIT 01 English 9 A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part A. Vocabulary & Pronunciation Part B. Grammar Review Part C. Structures & Expressions A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part A. Vocabulary & Pronunciation BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part A. Vocabulary & Pronunciation A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part A. Vocabulary & Pronunciation BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part A. Vocabulary & Pronunciation BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part A. Vocabulary & Pronunciation BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part B. Grammar Review • PAST SIMPLE • PAST SIMPLE WITH “WISH” BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part B. Grammar Review • PAST SIMPLE: + FORM + USAGE BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part B. Grammar Review • PAST SIMPLE AFFIRMATIVE QUESTION NEGATIVE BACK TO MENU FORM S + V (past) Regular verbs (-d/ed) Irregular verbs S + did not/ didn’t +V (bare infinitive) Did + S +V (bare infinitive)? E.g.: want  wanted  did not want  Did…want? stop stopped  did not stop  Did…stop? tell  told  did not tell  Did…tell? go  went  did not go  Did…go? A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part B. Grammar Review • PAST SIMPLE For a completed action/event in the past For a permanent/long-term situation in the past For a repeated action/event in the past BACK TO MENU USAGE E.g.: We had an exam yesterday. E.g.: He lived in Hanoi from 2004 to 2007. E.g.: I often went swimming every Sunday last year. [...]... A PEN PAL Review Part B Grammar • PAST SIMPLE WITH “WISH” V (past simple) Wish + S + ‘to be”  “were” after I/she/he/it To express dissatisfaction with a present situation or repeated habitual activity E.g.: I wish I had enough time to finish my research They wish they didn’t have to go the class today We wish you could stay here with us longer BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part C Structures... Writing a personal letter • Others BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part C Structures & Expressions Making and responding to introduction • You must be…(name of a person) • That’s alright, I am • Pleased to meet you • Let me introduce myself • I see • Nice to meet you • Here is…(name of a person) BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part C Structures & Expressions Writing a personal letter • Dear…, (beginning... the letter) • Love, (ending the letter) • I arrived in…(big place) • I met… • Someone met at… • I have been to… • I feel + Adjective +… • I will leave… • Pick sb up BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part C Structures & Expressions Others • to take sb to somewhere E.g.: He took me to a famous park in Malaysia • …as well as… E.g.: I visited Hoan Kiem Lake and the History Museum as well as many beautiful... Hanoi • It + to be/seem + Adjective + for sb + to do sth E.g.: It seems difficult for me to have a trip abroad • to keep in touch E.g.: Anyway, we’ll keep in touch BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part C Structures & Expressions Others • once/twice…every week/ two weeks E.g.: We corresponded at least once every two weeks • Would you like to do sth? E.g.: Would you like to come and visit me next . UNIT 01 English 9 A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL UNIT 01 English 9 A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part A. Vocabulary & Pronunciation Part B. Grammar Review Part. PEN PAL Part A. Vocabulary & Pronunciation BACK TO MENU A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part A. Vocabulary & Pronunciation A VISIT FROM A PEN PAL Part A.
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