English 6 - Unit 12 - Sports and Pastimes

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Unit 12: SPORTS AND PASTIMES : 

Unit 12: SPORTS AND PASTIMES Sports Mingoville - Mission 10 - 2 catch the ball 7, 12 (Ô chữ)

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What is he doing? What is she doing? A.1 What are they doing? rope. A. 1, 3, 4, 6 B. 1, 3, 4, 5 C. 1, 2, 5, 6

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A.2 Ask and answer.

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A.3 I play soccer. I swim. I skip rope. I do aerobics. I jog. I play table tennis. Which sports do you play ?

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Động từ Tên môn thể thao Swimming Jogging Fishing Badminton Soccer Volleyball Tennis Table tennis Aerobics Music TV Movies Picnic Video games http://www.youtube.com/GoGo's 22/What's he doing? Interchange Arcade - What do you see? - Sports How to use Play, Do and Go We use the verbs play, do and go with sports and activities. Here is the information you need to know to use them correctly: Play Play is used with ball sports or competitive games where we play against another person: 'How often do you play tennis?' - tennis is a ball sport.'I play poker with my friends on Friday night.' - poker is a competitive game. We play to win.'I don't like playing computer games.' - again, computer games are competitive so we use play. Do Do is used for a recreational activity or a non-team sport that does not use a ball: 'I heard that you do karate.' - karate is a non-team activity.'I do crossword puzzles in my free time.' - crossword puzzles are not competitive. Go Go is used with activities that end -ing. We go somewhere to do something: 'I'm going fishing on Sunday.''Are you going skiing this winter?''She said she was going swimming.‘ Go Go Go Play Play Play Play Play Do Listen to Watch Go to the Have a Play

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A.4 Answer the questions: Which sports does Lan play? Does Lan play tennis? c) Which sports does Nam play? d) Does Nam play table tennis? She swims, does aerobics and plays badminton. No, she doesn’t. She doesn’t play tennis. He plays soccer, jogs and plays table tennis. Yes, he does. bơi lội – cầu lông chạy bộ - bóng bàn

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Page 126 – 4 Read Which sports does Lan play? 1 2 3 Which sports does Lan play? Does Lan play tennis? Which sports does Nam play? She , she and she . He , he and he . Does Lan play tennis? Does Nam play table tennis? 1 2 3 It's a Boy! What is Lan doing now? What is Nam doing now? 4.Listen and choose the right pictures. Then fill in the blanks.

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6. REMEMBER Which sports do you play? I play soccer. Which sports does she play? She plays badminton. What are you doing now? I’m playing soccer. What is she doing now? She’s playing badminton.

B.1&2 Free time What do you do in your free time? : 

English 6: Unit 12 – Section B: Free time Number 1: What does Phuong do in his free time? He goes to the movies. Number 2: What does Lan do in her free time? She listens to music. Number 3: What does Tuan do in his free time? He goes fishing. Number 4: What does Long do in his free time? He plays video games. Number 5: What does Nam do in his free time? He reads. Number 6: What does Ly do in her free time? She watches TV. Thank you. Wednesday, February 02, 2011 B.1&2 Free time What do you do in your free time? Pg 128 1 2 3 4 5 6 Listen and choose the correct pictures. Dung B.3 Listen and read: What do they do in their free time?

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What do you do in your free time? Go to the movies Watch television Read books Listen to music Go fishing Play video games

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B.4 Listen What do they do in their free time? Tan Minh and Nam Lien Lan and Mai

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Hung Minh and Nam Lien Lan and Dung B.4

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Adverb of frequency:  Phó từ chỉ tần suất cũng phân làm 2 loại: tần suất tuyệt đối (once a week, twice a month , ...) và tần suất tương đối (always, nearly always, usually, often, quite often, sometimes, occasionally, hardly ever, never ). Tần suất tuyệt đối được dùng giống như phó từ chỉ thời gian, thường đứng đầu câu hoặc cuối câu. Tần suất tương đối lại thường đứng giữa câu, sau chủ ngữ và trước động từ chính (nhưng sau động từ be )        Sally always gets here on time.         Fred is sometimes late for class.Các phó từ chỉ tần suất như: occasionally, sometimes, often ... có thể đứng đầu câu hoặc cuối câu:        Things get complicated sometimes .     Often I forget where I put things.

http://www.agendaweb.org/grammar/adverbs.htmlhttp://www.youtube.com/watch? : 

http://www.agendaweb.org/grammar/adverbs.htmlhttp://www.youtube.com/watch? Adverbs of Frequency * When we want to say how often something happens, it is common to use frequency adverbs. It is possible to use them when referring to the past, present or future: We often went camping when we were children. I usually go to the gym at lunchtime. I will always love you. * The following list shows the most common adverbs of frequency, with the one that refers to things that happen most often at the top, and least often at the bottom: Always 100% (percent) luôn luôn Frequently 90% thường xuyên Usually 80% thường thường Often 70% thường Sometimes 60% thỉnh thoảng Occasionally 40% đôi khi Seldom 20% ít khi Rarely 10% hiếm khi Hardly ever 5% rất hiếm khi Never 0% không bao giờ One time = Once (một lần) Two times = Twice (hai lần) Three times … ( ba lần) Free time (thời gian rảnh rỗi) Note: The adverbs seldom, rarely, never and hardly ever are considered negative. Note: The percentages here are rough estimates only. Not the absolute numbers, approximate ** Adverbs of frequency answer the question How often do you ……? I always brush my teeth before I go to bed. (=every night) I usually have toast for breakfast. (=happens most days) I frequently watch the news before dinner. (=it's common) I often go to the park with my dog. (=many times) I sometimes see him down at the shops. (=at particular occasions but not all the time) I occasionally visit the capital. (=not happening often or regularly) I rarely smoke cigars. (=it is not common) I seldom have a chance to go to the theatre. (=almost never) I hardly ever travel abroad. (=almost never) I never work on the weekend. (=not at any time or not on any occasion) *** Adverbs of frequency can occupy different positions in the sentence. With most verbs, the normal position is between the subject and the verb. With the verb "to be", the adverb normally comes after the verb: Pedro occasionally visits us on Sundays. She is often ill in winter. once every two or three days

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Mai: How often does Ly go jogging? Lien: She goes jogging once a week. Mai: How often does she listen to music? Lien: She listens to music twice a week. Mai: How often does she read? Lien: She reas three times a week.

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5 Ly’s diary C. How often?           X always usually often sometimes never 6 1 3 2 1 1 3 2 2 Frequency Adverbs

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ride bikes watch TV fly a kite read a book play video games jump rope go to the movies listen to music go fishing

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C.2 Listen and read. C.3 Ask and answer. How often do Ba and Lan go to the zoo? They sometimes go to the zoo. sometimes – 3 times/year often/park – 2 times/week sometimes picnic – not always usually/sports but sometimes/kites never camping because not a tent always walk and not late always - homework

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U12C02 Ba and Lan sometimes go They go about three a . They often go They go about a week. They sometimes have but not always. Pg 130 - 131 They usually play but sometimes they They never go They go about a week. They usually play because they don’t have They always They are never late. They always 2. Listen and repeat

5. Listen: How often do Nga and Lan do these things? : 

5. Listen: How often do Nga and Lan do these things? U12C05 Pg 132 always usually often sometimes never never often usually usually Nga and Lan never go camping. They sometimes go to the zoo. They often go to the park. They often play sports. They usually have a picnic in the park.

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CROSSWORDS VERBS NOUNS Volleyball Badminton Aerobics Table tennis Music Soccer Tennis Sports Game Movie Jogging Book ………………… ………………… ………………… ………………… ………………… ………………… ………………… ………………… ………………… ………………… ………………… ………………… Sports and Pastimes

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Bơi lội Bóng chuyền Quần vợt Bóng bàn Bóng đá Đi bộ thể dục Cử tạ Thể dục nhịp điệu Bóng chày Bóng rổ Câu cá Môn thể dục swimming volleyball tennis table tennis soccer jogging weightlifting aerobics baseball basketball fishing gymnastics

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6. Read. Then answer the questions U12C06 Minh likes walking. On the weekend, he often goes walking in the mountains. He usually goes with two friends. Minh and his friends always wear strong boots and warm clothes. They always take food and water and a camping stove. Sometimes, they camp overnight. a) What does Minh like doing? b) What do they always wear? c) When does he go? d) Who does he usually go with? e) Where does he often go? f) What do they take? Answer the questions: Minh likes walking. always wear strong boots and warm clothes. Minh likes walking. On the weekend, he often goes walking in the mountains. On the weekend, He usually goes with two friends. he often goes walking in the mountains. They always take food and water and a camping stove.

TRUNG TÂM GIA SƯ HOA THỌ145 Đỗ Bí, Phú Thạnh, Tân PhúWebsite: hoatho.notlong.com : 

TRUNG TÂM GIA SƯ HOA THỌ145 Đỗ Bí, Phú Thạnh, Tân PhúWebsite: hoatho.notlong.com http://www.agendaweb.org/verbs/present_continuous.html http://www.agendaweb.org/verbs/present_progressive.html

http://past-simple.com/Present-Progressive.htm : 

http://past-simple.com/Present-Progressive.htm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- USE 1 Now    Use the Present Progressive with Continuous Verbs to express the idea that something is happening now, at this very moment. It can also be used to show that something is not happening now.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------USE 2 Longer Actions in Progress Now In English, now can mean "this second," "today," "this month," "this year," "this century" and so on. Sometimes we use the Present Progressive to say that we are in the process of doing a longer action which is in progress; however, we might not be doing it at this exact second.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------USE 3 Near Future                    Sometimes, speakers use the Present Progressive to indicate that something will or will not happen in the near future.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------USE 4 Repetition and Irritation with "Always"The Present Progressive with words such as "always" or "constantly" expresses the idea that something irritating or shocking often happens. Notice that the meaning is like Present Simple but with negative emotion. Remember to put the words "always" or "constantly" between "be" and "verb+ing."--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACTIVE / PASSIVE Present ContinuousEXAMPLES:Right now, Noa is writing the letter. ACTIVERight now, the letter is being written by Noa. PASSIVE---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------    Present Progressive Rules                     1. Action taking place in the moment of speaking                        2. Action taking place only for a limited period of time                     3. Action arranged for the future                --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TRUNG TÂM GIA SƯ HOA THỌ145 Đỗ Bí, Phú Thạnh, Tân PhúWebsite: hoatho.notlong.com

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Play Football

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Play Baseball

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Play American Football

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Play Golf

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Play Basketball

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Play Ice Hockey

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Play Rugby

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Play Field Hockey

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Play volleyball

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Play badminton

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Play table tennis (ping pong)

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Play tennis

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