Tiếng Anh Du Lịch - Exercises 7. Đây là tài liệu hướng dẫn học tiếng Anh dành cho ngành du lịch, bạn nào yêu thích du lịch, muốn quảng bá hình ảnh quê hương mình với các du khách nước ngoài thì tham khảo tài liệu này bao gồm 26 bài học và bài tập thực hành.
English is an indispensable tool on the path of integration and development. However, there is a sad fact that many people have spent considerable time learning English and they can not communicate, communicate in English. To learn to speak better English, please learn some tricks.
Based around the themes of "Me", "My Family", "Food", "Animals", "Toys and Games" and "The Little Red Hen", ebook Fun and games in English gives the teacher of younger children (between the ages of 5 and 7) more than 40 varied language activities, with extensive teacher's notes for each one, following a graded language syllabus.
I. Listen carefully twice and write the missing words. (1.5)
My name is Kien and fishing is my (1)............................................. sport. I often fish for hours without catching (2) ............................................... But this doesn’t worry me. After spending the (3)................................................ morning on the river, I always go home with an empty bag. My (4).................................................. say: “You should give up fishing. It’s a waste of time”. But they don’t (5) .............................................
I. PRONUNCIATION AND STRESS A. Which word is stressed differently from the others? 1. A. antibiotic B. idiomatic C. verbalization D. incongruity 2. A. vaccine B. taboo C. laughter D. visual 3. A. management B. penicillin C. operation D. medication 4. A. benefit B. complement C. examine D. comical 5. A. donation B. prescription C. determine D. designate B. Which underlined part is pronounced differently? 6. A. caricature B. display C. inspiration D. degrade 7. A. occurred B. prescribed C. inspired D. liked 8. A. benefit B. complement C. brighten D. model 9. A. heal B. treat C. measles D....
A. together B. vandalism C. punishment D. gratitude 2. A. arrest B. comic C. support D. surround 3. A. figure B. prison C. jury D. apply 4. A. politician B. violation C. dissolution D. futility 5. A. orchestra B. distinguish C. banister D. syllable B. Which underlined part is pronounced differently? 6. A. armed B. punished C. wandered D. disappeared 7. A. mug B. suppose C. suspect D. suggest 8. A. banisters B. juries C. stars D. blocks 9. A. research B. pearl C. swear D. search 10.A. published B. watched C. worked D. signed II. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE...
Research has shown that you need to meet a word at least 7 times before you know it properly. Doing exercises like these, that pratise words and expressions that you have already encountered, is a useful way of helping yourself to fix the vocabulary you are working on in your long-term memory. This book provides a series of rests on different aspects of english vocabulary at upper-intermediate.
Most students find it easier to assimilate new vocabulary if the words are learned in related groups, rather
than in isolation. For example, words frequently occur in the same context as their opposites and, as such, it
makes sense to learn the pairs of opposites together (see worksheets on pages 7 and 29). Similarly, mind
maps encourage students to look for connections between words (see worksheet on page 9). The exercises
and activities in this workbook have all been grouped into sections.
Chapter 7: Expressing Ability. Basic English Grammar remains a developmental skills text for students of English as a
second or foreign language. Serving as both a reference and a workbook, it inaoduces
students to the form, meaning, and usage of basic structures in English. It provides ample
opportunities for practice through extensive and varied exercises leading to
communicative activities. Although it focuses on grammar, it promotes the development
of all language skills.
Using practical exercises, we will show you how easy it is to program in Ladder
Logic, Statement List, or Function Block Diagram with STEP 7.
Detailed instructions in the individual chapters will show you step-by-step the
many ways in which you can use STEP 7.
Creating a Program with Binary Logic
In Chapters 2 to 7, you will create a program with binary logic. Using the
programmed logic operations, you will address the inputs and outputs of your CPU
Complete the following sentences with proper prepositions:
1.We’ll buy a smaller house when the children have grown _______ and left home.
2. The computer isn’t working. It broke _________ this morning.
3. My headaches have been much better since I gave ________ drinking coffee.
4. I turned _______ their offer because they weren’t going to pay me enough money.
5. It was not a problem. We looked _______ his number in the telephone book.
6. Helen takes ________ her mother in many ways.
7. We need to set ________ early tomorrow.
8. The plane took ________ very quickly.
Exercises provide practice of one or more skills in a non-TOEFL format. TOEFL Exercises provide practice of one or more skills in a TOEFL format,TOEFL Review Exercises provide practice of all of the skills taught up to that point in a
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Vocational English Course Book
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Evan Frendo with David Bonamy
Series editor David Bonamy
Function Introductions p.4 Language Vocabulary
Introducing yourself Describing people
Getting oil to the customer p.5
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Spelling p.6 Jobs p.7
Exchanging information Describing people's jobs
Introducing yourself and others p.
1 when 2 when 3 if 4 if 5 if 6 if
2 don’t rewrite 3 What did your sister leave early for? 4 don’t rewrite 5 What did the Romans invade Britain for? 6 don’t rewrite 7 don’t rewrite 8 don’t rewrite 9 don’t rewrite 10 What are you watching the ice hockey for?
2 You’d be angry if they came home late 3 If you took more exercise, you’d feel healthier 4 Helen would pay the bill if she had any money 5 I’d phone the police if someone stole my car 6 I’d be surprised...
Make the past simple, positive, negative or question:
1. I (not / drink) any beer last night. 2. She (get on) the bus in the centre of the city. 3. What time (he / get up) yesterday? 4. Where (you / get off) the train? 5. I (not / change) trains at Victoria. 6. We (wake up) very late. 7. What (he / give) his mother for Christmas? 8.
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to do exercisex exactly and speak English fluently by using the words and structures that they had already learnt. II/ Language contents. 1, Vocabulary: Repeat all of them. 2, Structures: III/ Teaching aids. Make a plan. Prepare some pictures of exercises.
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to use the structures which they have just learnt speak fluently and do exercises exactly. II/ Language contents. 1, Vocabulary: Review all the vocabulary. 2, Structures: present simple tense, future simple tense, occupations, adjectives, prepositions. III/ Teaching aids. Make a plan. Prepare the pictures that are in the books.
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to do the exercises exactly. II/ Language contents. 1, Vocabulary: Review all the words. 2, Structures: The present simple tense and the simple past tense. III/ Teaching aids. -Make a plan. -Prepare a book, pictures in the text book. IV/ teaching produces.
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to use the phrases and structures to tell about personal hygiene. II/ Language contents. 1, Vocabulary: take moernig exercise, get up, eat candy, take care of yourself, iron your own clothes. 2, Structures: Use the past simple tense and simple tense.