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    Units 4 Our pastUnits 4 Our pastUnits 4 Our past

    Units 4 Our pastUnits 4 Our pastUnits 4 Our past
    Units 4 Our pastUnits 4 Our past

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    This is me, Nga. I used to live on a farm when I was a young girl. What was life like then? I didn’t go to school because I had to stay home and help my mom. I used to look after my younger brothers and sisters. What did Great-grandma do? She used to cook the meals, clean the house and wash the clothes. That sounds like hard Work Grandma:Nga:Grandma:Grandma:Umut 4 : Ошr pastIt was. And there wasn’t any electricity. Mom had to do everything without the help of modern equipment.What did you do in the evenings?After dinner, Mom lit the lamp and Dad used to tellus stories.Do you remember any of them?Oh, yes. The best one was The Lost Shoe. It’s an old folktale.Please tell me the tale, Grandma. Traditional stories are great.All right. Once a poor farmer . . .1. Practice the dialogue with a partner.2. Work with a partner. Ask and answer the questions.a) Where did Nga’s grandmother use to live? b) Why didn’t she go to school? c) What did Nga’s great-grandmother use to do? d) What did Nga’s great-grandmother and great-grandfather do after dinner? e) What did Nga ask her grandmother to do at the end of the conversation?3. Factor opinion? Check (/) the boxes. a) I used to live on a farm.b) There wasn’t any electricity.c) Mom had to do everything without the help of modern equipment.d) My father used to tell us stories. e) The best one was The Lost Shoe.f) Traditional stories are great.SPEAK,1. Work with a partner. Look at the pictures. Talk about the way things used to be and the way they are now.20/ܬܬܛܓܠܶܠܠܠܠܠܠܠܠܐ – s.s.\\ y z – R ר S\ ` NSNIN حصےر Unit 4: Our past 2. Now tell your partner about the things you used to do last year.S G LGLGG LLLLS G SLLLSS S LLSS S SS S L LSLS S LL S CCCC LLLL LL LLLLLG G LGLLSLSEN.S LLLLLLL L GGLLSCSCSLLLLL LL LLLLL S S LLL LL LLLLLL LLLLGL LSLLLLLLLS a) Don’t kill chickens.b) Don’t be foolish and greedy.c) Be happy with what you have.d) It’s difficult to find gold.7ർe 440 5%eOnce a poor farmer had a daughter named Little Pea. After his wife died, the farmer married again. His new wife had a daughter, Stout Nut. Unfortunately, the new wife was very cruel to Little Pea. Little Pea had to do chores all day. This made Little Pea’s father very upset. He soon died of a broken heart.Summer came and went. In the fall, the village held its harvest festival. That year, everyone was excited as the prince wanted to choose his wife from the village. Stout Nut’s mother made new clothes for her, but poor Little Pea had none. However, before the festival started, a fairy appeared and magically changed Little Pea’s rags into beautiful clothes. As Little Pearan to the festival, she dropped one of her shoes and lost it. When the prince found the shoe, he decided to marry the girl who owned it. Of course the shoe fitted Little Pea, and the prince immediately fell in love with her.41L/піI 4 . Ошr past 1. Complete the sentences with words from the story.a) Little Pea’s father was ab) Little Pea’s mother when she was young.c) Little Pea to do the housework all day after her father got marriedd) The prince wanted to a girl from Little Pea’s village.e) Stout Nut’s mother did not make for Little Pea.f) The prince found Little Pea’s shoe.2. Answer the questions. Write the answers in your exercise book. a) Who was Little Pea? b) What did Stout Nut’s mother make Little Pea do all day? c) How did Little Pea get her new clothes? d) Who did the prince decide to marry?e) Is this a true story? How do you know?WRITE.1. Complete the story. Use the verbs in the box.burned escaped went Was appearedleft it. tied was grazing said Unit 4: Our past%து 42 7:தe 2 % 5%க்குகOne day, as a farmer was in his field and his buffalo (0) was grainearby, a tiger (1) . The tiger wanted to know why the strong buffalo was the servant and the small man (2) the master. The farmer (3) he had something called wisdom, but he (4) it at home that day. He (5) to get the wisdom, but before that he (6) the tiger to a tree with a rope because he didn’t want it to eat the buffalo. When he returned, the farmer brought some straw with him. He said it was his wisdom. He (7) the straw and the fire (8) the tiger. The tiger (9) , but it still has black stripes from the burns today.. Now imagine you are the man. Use the words to write the story. Startlike this:One day as was in the field and .One day / I / fieldbuffalo / graze/tiger / come It / ask / why / strong buffalo / my servant / and Is its master 1 / tell / tiger / I / have / wisdomtiger / want / see / itI / tell / it / I / leaves wisdom / home then I / tie / tiger / tree / rope / I / didn’t / want / eat / buffalo I / go / get / straw / and / burn / tigertiger / escape / still have / black stripesLanguage Focus o Past simpleo Prepositions of time: in, on, at, after, before, betweento used to1. Write the past simple form of each verb.a) run d) go h) ride => 17:1:11 e) have i) eat b) fly f) do j) sit c) take g) be k) come 2. Complete the dialogue below. Use the past simple. a) Lan: Nga: No are noodles b) Ba: How did you get to school? Nam: c) Minh:Hoa: I was at home. d) Chi: Which subject did you have yesterday?Ba: 3. Complete the sentences. Use the prepositions in the table. in November 1997 between 7 am and 8 am Ot Monday, July 2 after pnn at 6 pm beforea) I’ll see you on Wednesday.b) I’m going to Laos January. c) We must be there 8.30 and 9.15. d) The bank closes 3 pm. If you arrive 3 pm,the bank will be closed. e) I’ll be home seven because I want to see the seven o’clock news.Look at the pictures. Complete the dialogue. Use used to and the verbs in the box. Where is this? It isn’t Ha Noi. No, it’s Hue. I (0) used to stay there. Is that you, Hoa? Yes. I (1) long hair. Who is in this photo? That is Loan. She (2) my next-door neighbor. Are they your parents? No. They’re my aunt and uncle. They (3) in Hue, too.


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