1. comparative of adjectives
– she is taller than me
– She is more beautiful than her sister.
2. superlatives of adjectives
– Lan is the tallest student in my class
-Ha is the most intelligent student.
3. comparatives of nouns
Mr. Jones has more days off than Mr. Tuan
Mr. Tuan has fewer days off than Mr. Jones
Mr. Jones works fewer hours than Mr. Tuan
ÑEÀ CÖÔNG OÂN TAÄP TIEÁNG ANH 7 Comparatives comparative of adjectives she is taller than me She is more beautiful than her sister. superlatives of adjectives - Lan is the tallest student in my class -Ha is the most intelligent student. comparatives of nouns Mr. Jones has more days off than Mr. Tuan Mr. Tuan has fewer days off than Mr. Jones Mr. Jones works fewer hours than Mr. Tuan Future Simple Tense She will have a lot of friend soon He will visit his friends tomorrow Adverbs: tomorrow, tonight, next week, soon Exclamations What a lovely house! What an awful day! What beautiful pictures! Prepositions: Prepositions of time, prepositions of positions On, at, in, opposite, between, next to, behind, on the left/right, in front of, near, Present progressive tense She is doing her home work now They are listening to music at the moment Adverbs: now, at this time, at the moment, at present, right now, today, (command, ) Modal: suggestions, invitations Would you like to come to my house? Will you join us? Yes, I’d love to. Yes, I’d love to, but ... Sorry, I can’t. That’s too bad. Thanks anyway. How far? How far is it from Hanoi to hue? -it’s about 680km How much? How much is it?-it’s 2000 dong How much is that altogether?-it’s 11500 dong altogether. Compound nouns: - a 3-month vacation Directions Could you show me the way to the post office? Could you tell me how to get .? Turn left/ go straight head/ take the first/second street/in front of you . On tap I, TENSES: Stt Tenses Forms Key words Positive Negative Interrogative adverbs 1 Present tense S + V / Vs-es + O S + don’t + V S + doesn’t +V Do + S + V ? Does + S + V ? every, always, often, usually, 2 Present progressive S+ am/ is/ are/ + Ving S + be not +V-ing (am, is, are) Be + S + V-ing? at present look! now at the moment 3 Future tense S + Will + V S + Will not + V Will + S +V ? next, tomorrow 4 Past tense S + (Ved/V_2) S + didn’t +V Did + S +V ? Last, ago, yesterday II, STRUCTURES: 1,Modals Can, Could, should, ought to, have to, + V 2,Love, like, enjoy, + V-ing Ex: I love reading books Ex: She enjoys watching TV 2. Why ? Because - What didn’t you go to school yesterday? Because I had a bad cold 3. too, so, either, neither - I am in class 7A. - I like banana. So am I / I am, too So do I / I do, too / I like banana, too - I don’t like pork Neither do I / I don’t either / I don’t like pork, either 4. Adjectives and adverbs of manner Adjectives Notes: Good - well Hard - hard Fast - fast Adverbs bad badly skillful skillfully happy happily dangerous dangerously - He is a skillful player. He plays soccer skillfully - He is good. He speaks English well - Luckily, we won the game 5. Modal verbs: should, ought to, must + infinitive - You should study hard - You ought to eat a little - You have to help mom - You must do your homework 6. like / prefer + to-infinitive - Like + Ving - I don’t like to watch TV - I refer to watch video - I don’t like watching sports - I refer taking part in them. 7. Invitation with :Would like...... - Would you like some coffee? - Yes, please - Would you like to come my house for lunch? Yes, I’d love to / Yes, I’d love to. But . 8. Suggestions: Let’s . - What about..? Why don’t we ? Can you ..? - Can I .? - Let’s go to the cafeteria. - What about playing games? - Why don’t we listen to music? - How about watching TV? - Can you help me? - Can I help you? 9. Indefinite quantifiers: a little, a lot of / lots of, too much - Let’s buy a little food - I have a lot of friends - We will have lots of fun - Don’t eat too much candy 10. Imperatives - Brush your teeth after meals - Please help me. - Don’t forget to write - Don’t be late 11. Sequencing: first, next, then, finally - First, she sliced the beef into thin strips. - Next, she sliced some green peppers and onions. - Then, she heated a pan. - Finally, She stir-fried the beef and vegetables. 12. Noun clause with Question words as an object : - They show what they do. - They show what music they like. 13. Everybody, everything, nobody, no one, nothing: - Everybody knows the symptoms - How is everything? - Nobody knows a cure VOCABULARY ® Describe a process: - first, second, next, then, after that ,finally ® Talk about vacation: - wonderful, delicious, friendly, gift, souvenir, poster, ® Talk about disease, symptoms and cures: - cold, flu, headache, stomachache, toothache, - a runny nose, a slight fever, coughing, sneezing, - prevent, relieve, disappear, ® Talk about kinds of food, fruits, drinks, meals and diet: - meat, pork, chicken, beef, - papaya, pineapple, durian, banana, orange, mango, grape, - potatoes, beans, peas, spinach, cucumber, green pepper, onion, - sugar, salt, vinegar, soy sauce, vegetable oil - add, mix, peel, slice, stir, stir-fry, wash, taste, cook,.. - affect, energy, moderate, balance, fatty food, dairy product, cereal, lifestyle, advantage, disadvantage, ® Talk about TV and TV programs: - news, series, detective movie, weather forecast, pop music, import, cartoon, folk music, contest, contestant, viewer, satellite, cable TV, teenager, ..
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