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Nội dung Text: ĐỀ CƯƠNG ÔN TẬP TIẾNG ANH 7
- ÑEÀ CÖÔNG OÂN TAÄP TIEÁNG ANH 7 I- Comparatives 1. comparative of adjectives - sheis taller than me - Sheis more beautiful than hersister. 2. superlatives of adjectives - Lan is the tallest studentin myclass -Ha is the most intelligentstudent. 3. comparatives of nouns Mr. Joneshasmoredaysoff thanMr. Tuan Mr. Tuanhasfewerdaysoff thanMr. Jones Mr. JonesworksfewerhoursthanMr. Tuan II- Future Simple Tense Shewill havea lot of friendsoon He will visit his friendstomorrow Adverbs: tomorrow, tonight, next week, soon … III- Exclamations Whata lovely house! Whatanawful day! Whatbeautiful pictures! IV- Prepositions: Prepositions of time, prepositions of positions On, at, in, opposite, between, next to, behind, on the left/right, in front of, near, V- Present progressive tense Sheis doingherhomework now Theyarelisteningto musicatthemoment Adverbs: now, at this time, at the moment, at present, right now, today, (command, ) VI- Modal: suggestions, invitations Would you like to come to my house? Will you join us? - Yes, I’d loveto. - Sorry,I can’t. - Yes, I’d loveto, - That’stoobad. but... - Thanksanyway. VII- How far…? How far is it fromHanoi to hue? -it’s about680km VIII- How much? How muchis it?-it’s 2000dong How muchis thataltogether?-t’s 11500dongaltogether. i IX- Compound nouns: - a 3-monthvacation X- Directions Couldyoushowmethewayto thepostoffice? Couldyoutell mehowto get……….? Turnleft/ go straighthead/takethefirst/secondstreet/in frontof 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 Do + S + V ? every, always, S + doesn’t +V Does + S + V ? often, usually,… 2 Present S+ am/ is/ are/ + at present progressive Ving S + be not +V- Be + S + V-ing? look! now ing at the moment (am, is, are) 3 Future tense S + Will + V S + Will not + Will + S +V ? next, tomorrow V 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 Adverbs Notes: bad badly Good - well skillful skillfully Hard - hard happy happily Fast - fast 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, …..