Talk about the party

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  • Bộ sưu tập bao gồm những giáo án của unit 2 A party giúp bạn giúp bạn tổng hợp các kiến thức để cung cấp cho học sinh và đạt mục tiêu chương trình dạy đề ra. Các giáo án trong bộ sưu tập này được một số giáo viên biên soạn một cách kỹ lưỡng nhất, giúp học sinh nắm được nội dung chính của bài. Đồng thời giáo viên còn giúp học sinh có ý thức học tập tốt nhất, tạo cho học sinh có sự yêu thích môn học và rèn một số kĩ năng Tiếng Anh cần thiết để sau này có thể vận dụng.

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  • Tổng hợp những những bài giảng của chương trình Tiếng Anh lớp 11 unit 3 A party có nội dung hay và đẹp mắt về hình thức, mời các bạn đọc cùng tham khảo. Với những bài giảng đã được chúng tôi tuyển chọn, các giáo viên có thể an tâm về mặt chất lượng để có nhiều thời gian giúp học sinh hiểu vai trò và cách sử dụng các Infinitive, Gerund, Passive infinitive, qua đó có thể sử dụng chúng trong câu một cách chính xác nhất. Hy vọng rằng với những bài giảng này, thầy và trò sẽ cùng nhau xây dựng những tiết học tốt nhất.

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  • We had attended a party at Diamond Head; and after dinner, comfortable on hikiee and easy-chairs on the lanai, we fell to talking about the legends and superstitions of the ancient Hawaiians. There were a number of old-timers there, several with a mixture of Hawaiian and American blood, and we were the only malihinis-happy to be there, and happy to listen. Most Hawaiian legends are rather childish, though often amusing; but many of their superstitions are grim and sinister-and they are not confined to ancient Hawaiians, either.

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  • Present Continuous For Future Use Talking about the future in English Many students use only will or going to in order to talk about the future. However, it’s very common to use the present continuous to talk about the future, in the case of arrangements that are planned: + I’m having dinner with friends tonight. + She’s meeting David at the train station tomorrow. - He isn’t coming to the party. - We aren’t seeing our family this weekend.

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  • talk about something which is in progress at the moment of speaking "Where are the children?" "They're playing in the garden." "What are you doing at the moment?" "I'm writing a letter." You can switch off the TV. I'm not watching it. Look, there's Sally. Who is she talking to? "Where is Margaret?" "She's having a bath." Let's go out now. It isn't raining any more, (at a party) Hello, Ann. Are you enjoying the party? — talk about something which is in progress around the present, but not necessarily at the moment of speaking...

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  • (BQ)This is includes units: First day; all about you; at the internet cafe; let's go; what time is it; describing yourself; how will i know you; what's on TV; planning your day; free time; let's eat; at home; sunny or sloudy; on the block; downtown; let's celebrate.

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  • 12 You can’t be serious! In this unit you will learn how to: • • • • talk about what you and others have to do say that you’re not sure about something talk about possibilities and probabilities use the TO-FORM after different types of word Dialogue 1 Tim and Paul are getting ready to go to Henry’s birthday party. TIM: PAUL: TIM: PAUL: TIM: Can we stop at the shop on the way, Tim? Do we have to? We’ve got to get there by eight, and it’s a quarter to already. I have to get him a present – a bottle of...

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  • 25 Will and be going to A Introduction Emma: Aunt Joan: Emma: Aunt Joan: WILL It's my birthday soon. I'll be twenty next Friday. Oh, really? Are you going to have a party? I'm going to have a meal in a restaurant with a few friends. That'll be nice. BE GOING TO Will has a neutral meaning. We use it to talk about facts in the future. I'll be twenty next Friday. The spacecraft will come down in the Pacific Ocean tomorrow morning. We use be going to for an intention, something we have already decided to do. We're going to have a meal. Tom is going...

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  • The if-clause usually comes first, but it can come after the main clause. And a comma between the clauses is more likely when the if-clause comes first. Ex: If I hear any news, I’ll tell you. / I’ll tell you if I hear any news. In the if-clause of the first conditional, we can use: The present continuous to talk about an action going on now Ex: If they’re having a party, it’ll be noisy. (Now, they may be having a party or not.)

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  • The guidance contains recommendations about the conduct of the audit committee’s relationship with the board, with the executive management and internal and external auditors. However, the most important features of this relationship cannot be put into a code of practice: a frank, open working relationship and a high level of mutual respect are essential, particularly between the audit committee chairman and the board chairman, the chief executive and the finance director.

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