English 7 - Unit 15 - Going out

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Unit 15: GOING OUT:

Unit 15: GOING OUT A. Video games A.1 Listen English 7 - Unit 15 - A1 - page 147 Lan : Where are you going, Nam? Nam : I’m going to the amusement center. I’m going to play video games there. Lan : How often do you go? Nam : Not often. About once a week. Lan : Isn’t it expensive? Nam : Not really. I usually stay for an hour. I don’t spend much. Lan : You must be careful. Video games can be addictive. Don’t spend too much of your time in the arcade. Nam : Don’t worry, I won’t. I have a lot of homework to do tonight, so I can only play games for a short time.

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a) Where is Nam going? b) What is he going to do? c) How often does he go? d) Does he spend a lot of money? e) How long does he usually stay? f) Why must Nam be careful? g) What will Nam do later ? He’s going to the amusement center. He’s going to play video games. He goes about once a week. No, he doesn’t. He doesn’t spend much money. He usually stays for about an hour. Because video games can be addictive. He’ll do his homework later. Now answer:

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A.2 Listen and read. English 7 - Unit 15 - A - page 148 Video-games Millions of young people play video games. Some play them at home, others play them in arcades. The inventors of the games become very rich. Some of the inventors are as young as 14 or 15 . These games are good fun, but players must be careful. They should not spend much time on these games because they can become tired or dizzy. Sometimes, players spend too much time on their own because they like to play video games so much. One doctor says, " This is very bad for children . They must take part in activities with others. All children should play outdoors and develop their social skills. They should be with people of their own age. Children should spend only a small part of their free time playing video games. They mustn’t forget to do other things too. " Now answer. Complete the sentences. a. Many young people ...... video games. A. Playing B. plays C. played D. play b. Some inventors of video games ... very rich. A. become B. became C. becomes D. becoming c. The doctor thinks ......... children should take part in outdoors activities with their friends. A. more B. older C. some D. all d. The doctor says you should spend …... playing video games. A. lots of time B. little time C. all your time D. most of your time

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Video can …... very useful. Most banks and stores ......... video cameras. They protect the premises. When there .... a robbery, the police can study the video. They can often .................. the robbers in this way. Videos ….... very useful in education. Many schools ....... them as a teaching aid. You …….... take university courses at home with the help of a VCR. In the future, they .......... be even more important in education. Videos are very important in the music industry . You can now ...... VCDs (video compact discs) in many countries worldwide. They play music and ........ video images at the same time. A.3 Complete the passage. be is are will have can buy show use identify

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B In the city B.1 Listen English 7 - Unit 15 - B1 - page 150

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English 7 - Unit 15 - B3 - page 151 B.3, 5 B.3 Make a list of things Hoa does in the evening. Use the simple present tense. She visits friends. They listen to music and talk. She does her homework with her friends. She plays table tennis and plays chess with her friends. She socializes with her friends. She goes to the library and borrows books.

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B.4 Listen. Match each name to an activity. English 7 - Unit 15 - B4 - page 152 Ba Hoa Nga Nam Lan An Yesterday evening, Ba played table tennis. Nga saw a movie. Lan went to a restaurant. Hoa played chess. Nam listened to CDs. An watched soccer match.

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English 7 - Unit 15 - B*5 - page 153 B.5 Play with words. An evening out I had a terrible evening. I went to the movies, But it was boring. I had a burger. It was very nice. But I didn’t like the price. In addition to that, My bike tires were flat. And to add to my pain, It started to rain. But don’t worry – I won’t go out again in a hurry!

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Used to Used to do We use 'used to' for something that happened regularly in the past but no longer happens. I used to smoke a packet a day but I stopped two years ago. Ben used to travel a lot in his job but now, since his promotion, he doesn't. I used to drive to work but now I take the bus. We also use it for something that was true but  no longer is. There used to be a cinema in the town but now there isn't. She used to have really long hair but she's had it all cut off. I didn't use to like him but now I do. 'Used to do' is different from 'to be used to doing' and 'to get used to doing' to be used to doing We use 'to be used to doing' to say that something is normal, not unusual. I'm used to living on my own. I've done it for quite a long time. Hans has lived in England for over a year so he is used to driving on the left now. They've always lived in hot countries so they aren't used to the cold weather here. to get used to doing We use 'to get used to doing' to talk about the process of something becoming normal for us. I didn't understand the accent when I first moved here but I quickly got used to it. She has started working nights and is still getting used to sleeping during the day. I have always lived in the country but now I'm beginning to get used to living in the city. exercise 1 http://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/usedto/menu.php

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