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PRONUNCIATION /u:/ /u/ put foot food fruit pull look June full cook schoo l tooth afternoon .

books 3. Your bookshelf is full of books. Miss Moon went to school this afternoon. Look! Look The boy is looking at your book. Miss June is looking at the Moon. 6. afternoon . 5. Both your shoes and your boots are dirty. Could you tell me where you’ve put my book? book 2. book 4.PRACTICE THESE SENTENCES 1.

He can’t find Peter has lost his keys. .Where are my keys? Peter is looking for his key.

An event in the past that has a result in the present Ex: she’s broken her arm. 3. 5. . 2. Action that started in the past and still continues: Ex: I have lived here for 5 years/ since 2008. Completed action at a time in the past which is not important or relevant. Ex: Have you ever gone to abroad? 4. Experiences in our life up to now. Action completed recently Ex: I’ve just bought a new book. Ex: I’ve read a hundred pages of this book.Present perfect is used to talk about 1.

two bottles of water are laid on the table. -Tân has tidied the house. 5. -Tân has opened the door. -Tân has cleaned the floor. -Tân has turned on the light. 4.Quang comes to Tan’s house on his invitation and Quang sees that 1.the house is tidy. -Tân has laid two bottles of water on the table.the TV is on. . 2. -Tân has turned on the TV. 6. 3.the floor is clean.the lights are on.the door is open.

. It is not important or not known. however. Use: when the focus is on the action.THE PRESENT PERFECT PASSIVE •Form S + have/has + been + P2 + O ex: A new bridge has been built across the river. who or what is performing the action. This computer has just been fixed.

1. a new hospital for children / build/ in our city A new hospital for children has been build in our city. .

another man-made satellite / send up / into space Another man-made satellite has been sent up into space. .2.

.3. More and more trees / cut down / for wood / by farmer More and more trees have been cut down for woods by farmer.

.4. thousands of animals / kill / in the forest fire Thousands of animals have been killed in the forest fire.

5. . about one hundred buildings and houses / destroy / in the earthquake About one hundred buildings and houses have been destroyed in the earthquake.

6. . more than 50 films / show / in Hanoi / since June More than 50 films have been shown in Hanoi since June.

.7. their hands / wash and dry / on a towel Their hands have been wash and dried on a towel.

. another book / read / by the students Another book has been read by the students.8.

some ink / spill / on the carpet Some ink has been spilt on the carpet. .9.

she / show / how to do it She has been shown how to do it.10. .

though a class or type of person EX: • This is a team that is going places. WHICH refers to things. WHO refers to people. WHICH THAT AND WHO and WHICH (THAT) can be used in place of noun subjects and noun objects. THAT refers mostly to things.WHO. •He’s the kind of doctor that volunteers at a clinic on his day of .

EX: This is the girl who (m) I like. . = This is the girl I like. WHICH AND THAT •When they refer to the subject. EX: This is the man who lives next my door. •When they refer to the object.WHO. they can normally be omitted. they can not normally be omitted.

A fridge is a machine which is used for keeping food fresh. April 1st is the day which is called April Fool’s Day in the West. which 8. A blind person is the one who can’t see who(m) anything.A clock is an instrument tells you the time. who 5.FILL IN THE BLANK WITH WHO. Please think of a word comes from a foreign language into Vietnamese. 2. 4. who 10. 6. 3. A teacher is a person gives lesson to who students. 7. These are the pictures my son drew when he was young. Can you help me find the man saved the girl? . which 9. A nurse is a person looks after patient. WHICH AND THAT which 1. The man you visited last month is a famous scientist.