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    Nguồn: giao an anh 8
    Người gửi: Nguyễn Xuân Đình (trang riêng)
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    Period 1: REVISION
    Prepare: 6/ 9/ 2009
    Teach: 9/ 9/ 2009
    Classes: 8A, 8B
    A. Objectives.
    By the end of the lesson ss will review the following knowledge:
    1. Present simple to talk about general truths.
    We use the present simple to express general truths.
    For example.
    The earth moves around the sun.
    The moon goes round the earth.
    The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
    The bear sleeps during the winter.
    Today is Monday; tomorrow is Tuesday.
    Fish lives in the water.
    Water consists of main elements: Hydrogen and Oxygen
    2. Use of “enough”.
    Enough is put before noun and after adjective.
    For example
    She hasn’t enough money to buy a new house.
    There is not enough time to finish the test.
    There wasn’t enough room for us to sleep
    He has enough reasons to be angry.

    S + V + Enough + N + To-infinitive
    Enough + N + For + O + To-infinitive

    The rope is not long enough.
    She isn’t old enough to drive a car.
    It is not old enough for her to drive a car.
    I am fool enough to trust her.

    S + Be + ADJ + Enough + To-infinitive
    IT + Be + ADJ + Enough + For / Of + O + To-infinitive
    * Khi trong câu có very, too, quite, much, many... ta bỏ chúng đi.

    FOR CLASS 8A d) Too... to not…enough to:
    Too young = not old enough; too boring = not interesting enough; too short = not tall enough
    Ex: He is too young to be in my class. = He is not old enough to be in my class.

    B. Exercises
    I. Choose the word having the underlined letters pronounced differently.
    a. happened b. looked c. played d. smiled
    a. general b. global c. growth d. grape
    a. waited b. needed c. annoyed d. wanted
    a. bought b. thought c. ought d. hour
    II. Choose the best answer
    The school is a bit far ………..my house.
    a. from b. at c. to d. with
    They are going to invite him ……….dinner tonight.
    a. to b. for c. with d. at
    Peter doesn’t talk much in public. He’s rather …………..
    a. kind b. reserved c. sociable d. humorous
    Would you like …………..a message.
    a. to leave b. leave c. leaving d. left
    He spends most of his time………..charity work.
    a. did b. to do c. doing d. both a & c are correct.
    Don’t come in. please wait ……….for your turn.
    a. inside b. outside c. downstairs d. upstairs.
    Susan felt ……….since her boyfriend didn’t apologize for his coming late.
    a. annoying b. annoyance c. annoyed d. annoys
    I’m looking forward…….the summer vacation.
    a. at b. for c. to d. None is correct.
    Look! Nam is playing very well. He …………………..
    a. is winning b. is going to win c. will win d. wins
    Did someone help you draw the picture ? – No, I did it …………..
    a. with one b. myself c. itself d. by me
    A kitchen is not a(n) ………….place to play.
    a. unsuitable b. unsuitability c. suitable d. suitability
    III. There is a mistake in the four underlined parts of each sentence. Find the mistake and correct it.
    Tom is in such a hurry that he didn’t stop in the traffic lights.
    He worked with people who neither speak and hear.
    The wardrobe is opposite to the desk.
    Nobody likes him because he behaves bad.
    Mary bought a new cooking yesterday.
    IV. Read the following passage, then choose the letter (A, B, C or D) that best fits each of the blanks.
    Alexander Graham Bell was born in Scotland. He emigrated (1)………….Canada first and then to the USA in 1870s. In America, he worked with (2) ………………at Boston University. Soon, Bell started experimenting with
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