Bài giảng Tiếng anh Lớp 8 - Unit 8, Lesson 7: Looking back and project - Năm học 2020-2021

2. Choose the best answer A, B, or C to complete the sentences.

1. Australia has the biggest . in the world.

A. natural beauty B. puzzling games C. cattle station

2. Over 1,000 sea planes come and go on the water of Lake Hood airport in Alaska. It’s really a fun to watch.

A. scene B. icon C. puzzle

3. The Maori’s language and . have had a great impact on New Zealand life. A. festivals B. dances C. culture

4. Niagara Falls is a great . on the border of the USA and Canada. Thousands of visitors come to see it every month.

A. tradition B. spectacle C. relaxation

. People in countries like the USA, Great Britain, and New Zealand use English as their . language.

A. official B. native C. foreign

6. In summer, children often take part in a local or international . A. summer camp B. game C. attraction

3. Decide if the sentences have a present meaning (P) or a future meaning (F).

1. Please phone me as soon as you arrive in Canberra.

2. There is a documentary about Oxford on TV tonight. Don’t forget to watch it.

3. Usually on New Year’s Eve, thousands of people gather in Times Square in New York to welcome the New Year.

4. When people travel, they use a map to find their way around.

5. Our holiday in Queenstown lasts six days. I feel so excited.

 

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Lesson 7: Looking back and projectUnit 8: English speaking countriesVOCABULARY1. Match the words with the definitions.WORDSDEFINITIONS1. loch2. kilt3. puzzling4. castle5. legend6. accenta. a unique way of pronunciation in an area/ countryb. a private well-protected residence c. a Scottish word for ‘lake’ d. an ancient story about a place/ a person that may or may not be truee. a male skirt which is often worn on special occasionsf. confusing or questionable1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + c e f b d a 2. Choose the best answer A, B, or C to complete the sentences.1. Australia has the biggest .. in the world. A. natural beauty B. puzzling games C. cattle station2. Over 1,000 sea planes come and go on the water of Lake Hood airport in Alaska. It’s really a fun to watch. A. scene B. icon C. puzzle3. The Maori’s language and . have had a great impact on New Zealand life. A. festivals B. dances C. culture 4. Niagara Falls is a great . on the border of the USA and Canada. Thousands of visitors come to see it every month. A. tradition B. spectacle C. relaxation 5. People in countries like the USA, Great Britain, and New Zealand use English as their .. language. A. official B. native C. foreign6. In summer, children often take part in a local or international .. A. summer camp B. game C. attraction3. Decide if the sentences have a present meaning (P) or a future meaning (F).1. Please phone me as soon as you arrive in Canberra. 2. There is a documentary about Oxford on TV tonight. Don’t forget to watch it. 3. Usually on New Year’s Eve, thousands of people gather in Times Square in New York to welcome the New Year. 4. When people travel, they use a map to find their way around. 5. Our holiday in Queenstown lasts six days. I feel so excited.FFPPF4. Complete the sentences with the appropriate present tense of the verbs in brackets.1. Alaska, a state in the USA, both the Arctic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. (face) 2. In Adelaide, south of Australia, the sun . until 9 p.m in summer. (not/ set) 3. Although England has several good football teams, it .. the World Cup only once. (win) 4. The government of New Zealand . a lot to preserve the culture of the Maori, the native people of this land. (do) 5. In Canada, the serving of coffee at the end of an evening . a signal that it is time for visitors to leave. (be) 6. In many cultures, it’s considered rude if you push through people who . to get out of a bus or a train. (try)are tryingfacesdoesn’t set has won has done isCOMMUNICATION25. Work in groups. Discuss if the ...1. The Maori in New Zealand wear kilts.   A: No, the Maori in New Zealand wear Maori Dress. I think, kilt is traditional clothing of Canada.   B: I don't think so. I think, kilts are Scottish skirts for men.2. Of English speaking countries, Canada has the biggest population.   A: It's not true. In my opinion, the United Kingdom has the biggest population. I think, that's Australia.   B: Oh, from my point of view, of English speaking countries, the USA has the biggest population.3. Disneyland is in California, a state of Australia.   A: Oh. My guess Disneyland is in California, a state of Canada.   B: That's not right. California is a state of the USA.4. Kangaroos and koalas live in New Zealand.   A: That's right. We live in New Zealand.   B: In my opinion, Kangaroos live in Australia and koalas live in New Zealand.   C: It's not absolutely! Both kangaroos and koalas live in Australia. We are symbol of this country.5. English is the only official language in Canada.   A: That's right. Canadian speak only English.   B: Oh. It's not total right. English and Franch are offical language in Canada.HOMEWORK- Revise the new words - Prepare the new lesson : UNIT 9: GETTING STARTEDTHANKS!ALTERNATIVE RESOURCES

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