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Ba: Hello, Nga. Ba: ,Nga.

Nga: Hi, Ba. Nice to see you again. Nga: Hi, Ba. Nice you again.
Ba: Nice to see you, too. Ba: , too.
Nga: This is our new classmate. Nga: This is
Her name is Hoa. Her name¶s Hoa.
Ba: Nice to meet you, Hoa. Ba: Nice you, Hoa.
to meet
Hoa: Nice  
you, too. Hoa:

Good morning. My name¶s Hoa. Hoa: Good morning.

Nam: Nice to meet you, Hoa. My name¶s Nam.
Nice to meet you,Hoa. My name¶s Nam.
Are you a new student? Are you ?
Yes. I¶m in class 7A. Hoa: Yes. I¶m 7A.
Oh, so am I. Nam: Oh, I.



Hello. / Hi. How are you?

Good morning. (before 12 o'clock) How are you today?
Good afternoon.(after 12 o'clock) Fine, thank you/thanks.
Good evening Not too bad.
(It¶s) Nice to see you (again). Very well.
I'm okay / all right.
#$` %$
Not too well, actually.
What's wrong with you?
Good bye. What's the matter with you?
Bye. / See you. Are you all right?
See you later. I'm tired.
See you soon. I'm exhausted.
See you tomorrow. I've got a cold.
See you next week.
Good night.
@  is used with uncountable nouns. @ is used with plural countable nouns.
       - I don't have much money. - I don't have many apples.
         - Do you have much time? - Do you have many friends?
        - She eats too much candy. - There are too many students here.
Π         - I have a lot of / lots of friends.
 - I have a lot of / lots of time.

  /ski:m/ (lưӧc đӗ)


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a) Where is Hoa from? She is from ««« .
b) Who is Hoa staying with? She is staying with «««««« .
c) Does she have a lot of friends in Ha Noi? ««, she ««« .
d) How is her new school different from her old school? It is ««« .
e) Why is Hoa unhappy? Because she misses her ««« and her ««« .
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Nga: Good morning, Mr.Tan.

Mr.Tan: Good morning, Nga. How are you?
Nga: I¶m very well, thank you. And you?
Mr.Tan: I¶m fine, thanks.
Goodbye. See you later.
Nga: Goodbye.



How are you today Just fine. So am I.

How are you Not bad Me, too.
How is everything ˜retty good.
How about you O.K

a) Mr.Tan: Hello, Lien. ««««««««.?

Miss Lien: «««««, thank you. ««««««.., Tan?
Mr.Tan: «««««, but I¶m very busy.
Miss Lien: ««««««««. .

b) Nam: Good afternoon, Nga. «««««««««.?

Nga: ««««. , thanks. ««««««««.., Nam?
Nam: ««««.., thanks.
Nga: I¶m going to the lunch room.
Nam: Yes, «««««««««.. .
A. Listen. Write the letters of the dialogues in order.

Good morning, Miss Lien.

Good morning. Nice to see you again, Nga.
Good afternoon, Ba. Nice to see you, too.
Good afternoon. How are you, Nga? Class will begin soon. You must hurry.
I am fine, thanks. How about you? O.K.
Not bad.

Good evening, Mr.Tan.

Good evening, Ba. How are you?
Fine, thanks.
Are you going home now?

Yes. My dinner will be ready.
Good morning, Tan.
 Good morning, Lien.
Do you have the time, please?
Yes. It¶s 6.30.
Thank you.
B. Names and Addresses

What¶s your family name, Hoa?

It¶s ˜ham. My middle name¶s Thi. How old are you?

I¶m 13. Where do you live?

12 Tran Hung Dao Street. Thank you, Hoa.

B. Names and addresses
III. Read the dialogue B1 (˜1A).
Then answer the questions:

a. Hoa is talking to Miss Lien.

b. Her family name is ˜ham
c. Her middle name is Thi
d. She lives at 12 Tran Hung Dao street.





In the United States, the Vietnamese family name is used as the last name.
However, in Vietnamese, the family name is the first in order of the name series
(ie, family name - middle name - personal name). 

generally consist of
three parts: family name, a middle name, and a given name, used in that order.

A $ 
is a type of surname and part of a person's name indicating the
family to which
the person belongs. Because the family name is normally given last in English-speaking
societies, the term
is commonly used for   .

Family names are most often used to refer to a stranger or in a formal setting, and are often
used with a title or honorific such as Mr., Mrs.,Ms., Miss, Dr., and so on. Generally the given
name, Christian name, first name, forename, or personal name is the one used by friends,
family, and other intimates to address an individual. It may also be used by someone who is
in some way senior to the person being addressed.
Who How When Where Why What
Who How Where Where What
Nga: «««is that?
Lan: That¶s Nam.
Nga: No, «««is the girl talking to meet Lien?
Lan: Her name¶s Hoa. She¶s a new student.
Nga: «««class is she in?
Lan: She¶s in out class 7A
Nga: «««does she live?
Lan: She lives on Tran Hung Dao Street
with her aunt and uncle.
Nga: «««do her parents live?
Lan: They live in Hue.
Nga: She¶s tall. «««old is she?
Lan: She¶s 13.


Where do you live, Hoa?

I live at 12 Tran Hung Dao Street.
How far is it from your house to school?
It¶s not far ± about one kilometer.
How do you go to school?
I go to school by bike.

* bike = bicycle
 Listen and write. '  ( Write the four distances

  @$    %)   


 '       01 .


 (   +,  

  +, %  


 +   '   

300m   +, 



3 km

-  .

*  (
 02 @$ 

  $ -)

  +,     $ 


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  0 $

 700m   %  ' )

 2 km
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‡ Greet people and ask how people are: ‡ Question words:
± Hello = Hi = Good morning/afternoon/evening ± What (gì/cái gì) Where (đâu/ӣ đâu)
± Good-bye = Bye-bye = Good night ± Who (ai) Why (tҥi sao/vì sao)
± (It¶s) Nice to meet/see you (again). ± How (thӃ nào/ bҵng cách nào) How + adj ?
± When (khi nào/lúc nào) Which (cái nào)
‡ Identify oneself:
‡ Ask about transportation and distances
± My name¶s Hoa. = I¶m Hoa.
‡ Ask for and give personal information
‡ Introduce others:
± This is our new classmate. Her name¶s Hoa.
‡ Agree with others: Name: Nguyen Xuan Mai
± He is tall. ´ Yor are, too. = So are you. Age: 13
´ You are tall, too. Grade: 7C
‡ Adverb of time: still School: Le Loi
± Her parents still live in Da Lat. She is still there.
Home address: 149 Tran Hung Dao, Ward A,
‡ Indefinite quantifier + countable nouns: Distric 1, HCM city
± many/a lot of/lots of > some > (a) few > any
Distance from home to school: 876 m
± (-/?) (+) (+) (-/?)
Means of transportation to school: bike
‡ Comparatives: (short adjectives)
± Adj + er ... than = tall ´ taller
a) What / name (full / first / family / middle)
Except: large ´ larger ; fat ´ fatter b) How / old
± Two-Syllable Adjective Ending with -er, -le, -ow c) Which / class - grade
± clever, gentle, friendly, quiet, simple (-er or more) d) What / school / learn at ± go to ± be in
‡ Compound noun: N + N e) Where / live
± Classmate ˜ost office Bus stop f) What / address
g) How far/ house to school
h) How / go to school