Thuy is talking to her grandmother: Thuy: Grandma, it’s the weather forecast on TV. Grandma: Can you turn up the volume, Thuy? Thuy: Yes, Grandma. Weatherman: Here is tomorrows weather forecast. Ha Noi and areas to the north Will be sunny. Ha Noi will have temperatures between 23°C and 27°C. It will be raining along the coast o Thanh Hoa. The south-central coast can expect thunderstorms. Hue will experience temperatures between 25°C and 30°C. There will also be thunderstorms over the central highlands. Unit 9 Natural dThuy: Grandma: Thuy:Grandma:Areas around the Cuu Long Delta can expect clouds during the day. Ho Chi Minh City’s temperatures will be between 27°C and 35°C.That’s all, Grandma.Thank you, dear. What are you doing? I’m preparing for a picnic with some old friends of mine. We haven’t met since we left school. We’re going to a park on the other side of the river. Don’t forget to bring along a raincoat. But Grandma, the forecast says it’ll be sunny. I never trust weather forecasts. You don’t miss a single one on TV, do you? But I like watching them, dear. Alright Grandma, I’ll bring a raincoat just in case. I hope my friends won’t laugh at me.a) Practice the dialogue in a group of three.b) Fill in each blank with one word or phrase from the dialogue.1. Thuy’s grandmother wants her to the volume on TV because she wants to listen to the75 2. It will be along the coast of Thanh Hoa.3. The will experience thunderstorms. 4. Ho Chi Minh City will between 27°C and 35°C. 5. Although Thuy’s grandmother doesn’t trust , she likes 3. SPEARa) Check (/) what preparations you think should be made for a typhoon.Buying some canned food Painting the house Buying a dog Buying candles Buying matches Hiring some video movies Filling all buckets with water Buying a ladder Washing your blankets Fixing the leak in the roof Tying the roof to the ground with pegs and ropesInviting some friends over for a dinnerChecking all the window and door latchesb) Now work with a partner Talk about what you think you want to buy and do to prepare for a typhoon, explain why. The ideas in the box may help you.The market will be closed and no food will be available. There may be a power cut. The water pipes may be damaged by the typhoon. There must be strong wind blowing. Big trees may fall down.It will be raining hard.Unit 9. Natural disastersI think we should buy some canned food before a typhoon.Yes, I think so too/ I agree with you. The market will be closed and no food will be available,_ I think we should buy a ladder. D _- C What for?/ Why? DJust in case we need to fix the roof. Because there must be strong wind blowing.e4. LISTENAn expert is giving a talk on how to live with earthquakes. Listen to the talk, then complete the table.Living with earthquakesHeavy fixtures, furniture, and appliances:Place heavy books on the (1)o Block the rollers on your (2) and (3) . Flying glass:Check the (4) -Don’t put your bed near (5) Earthquakes drill:Stay (6) .Sit (7) or (8)Stand in the (9) Earthquakes: Ninety percent of earthquakes occur around the Pacific Rim, which is known as the “Ring of Fire’. In 1995, a huge earthquake struck the cityof Kobe in Japan. A large number of people were killed when homes, office blocks and highways collapsed. Tidal waves: Tidal waves are the result of an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the Earth. In the 1960s, a huge tidal wave hit Anchorage, Alaska. The tidal wave traveled from Alaska to California Typhoons: When atropical storm reaches 120 kilometers per hour, it is called a hurricane in North and South America, a cyclone in Australia, and a typhoon in Asia. The word typhoon comes from Chinese: tai means ‘big’ and feng means ‘wind’, so the word ‘typhoon’ means ‘big wind’. Volcanoes: We can usually predict when a volcano will erupt. Mount Pinatubo, which is a volcano in the Philippines, erupted in 1991. It was the world’s largest volcanic eruption in more than 50 years. Hundreds of people died, but thousands were saved because scientists had warned them about the eruption. Tornadoes: Tornadoes are funnel-shaped storms which pass overland below a thunderstorm. They can suck up anything Unit 9: Natural disastersthat is in their path. In Italy in 1981, a tornado lifted a baby, who was asleep in its baby carriage, into the air and put it down safely 100 meters away! a) True or False? Check (/) the boxes.. Most of the earthquakes in the world occur in the Ring of Fire. The earthquake in Kobe in 1995 caused severe damage.. A huge tidal wave traveled from California to Alaska and hit Anchorage in the 1960s.4.Typhoon, hurricane and tropical storm are different words for the same natural disaster.5.The eruption of Mount Pinatubo is the world’s largest evervolcanic eruption.6. A tornado looks like a funnel.b) Complete the sentences. 1. The majority of earthquakes … . 2. During the earthquake in Kobe, many … . 3. A tidal wave can only occur when … . 4. In Australia, a tropical storm is known as … . 5. The Chinese language gave us … . 6. A tornado is a type of storm that… .6. WRITEUse the pictures and the words in the box to write a story. You can makechanges or add more details to the story. Its beautiful day – Mrs. Quyen gather family, tells they Sun/shine; sky / blue; weather/perfect. find / shelter in the home. Lan / outside / play / her dog / Skippy, a Suddenly / sky / become / very dark. All of a sudden / dog/behave strangely. Storms comes withstrong winds/heavyShe / keep / run around / in circles. an. Land run / home / with / dog / tell / o Mrs. Quyen / family / scared. mother / what Skippy / do. But soon/storm finish.Lan’s mother – Mrs. Quyen / tell Lan / o Everyone / glad. shes hear / on TV / there / be / o Whats clever / dog/Skippy! She/save/ typhoon coming. Lan / from / catch/in/typhoon.79LANGUAGE FOCUSRelative pronouns: who, that, whichRelative clauses (continued) Unit 9. Natural disastersS C C L L L L CCC L L L L L SS SL SL L L L S S S S L S L CC C CC LL LL CC CCCCCC LLLL L LLL CCC L L L CSExample: a) The city which was struck by a huge earthquake in 1995 in Japan is Kobe,a) Which city in Japan was struck by a huge earthquake in 1995? e city … b) Which country won the 1998 Tiger Cup? The country. c) Which animal has one or two horns on its snout? The animal… d) Which explorer discovered America? The explorer e) Which planet is closest to the Earth? The planet. f) Which animal in VietNam was chosen to be the logo of SEA Games 2003? The animal… g). Which ASEAN country is divided into two regions by the sea? The ASEAN country. h) Which food you can chew but you cannot swallow and which one you can swallow but you cannot chew? The food…Now ask and answer each other similar questions about the world and Viet Nam,2. Match each of the sentences in column A with a related sentence in column B. Then use a suitable relative pronoun to join the two sentences,Example: 1. Andrew is flying to Sacramento. e. Sacramento is the capital city of California. – Andrew is flying to Sacramento, which is the capital cito of California.Column. A Column B1. Andrew is flying to Sacramento. a) Hurricane Andrew swept through southern Florida in August 1992. 2. It Snowed in Lang Son in the winter I b) The Loma Prieta earthquake of 2002. measured 7.1 on the Richter scale.1. 6-TAGST)-A 8Viet Nam, which is in South-east Asia, exports rice. Kangaroos which come from Australia have long tails. Ba who lives on Trang Tien Street likes playing the guitar. The novel that you gave me on my birthday has been lost. Neil Armstrong who first walked on the moon lived in the USA. The chair that I bought yesterday is broken. Miss Lien who sings very well is my English teacher.