UNIT 2: RELATIONSHIPS
LANGUAGE


Vocabulary
1. Write the words or phrases given in the box next to their meanings
Words/ Expressions
Meanings
romantic relationship lend an ear be in a relationship sympathetic argument
break up (with someone) be reconciled (with someone) have got a date (with someone)
have a meeting with a boyfriend or a girlfriend
end a relationship
a relationship based on love and emotional attraction
a conversation in which people disagree
have got a date
break up (with someone)
romantic relationship
argument
Vocabulary
1. Write the words or phrases given in the box next to their meanings
Words/ Expressions
Meanings
lend an ear be in a relationship sympathetic be reconciled (with someone)
showing that you understand and care about other people’s problems.
listen to someone with sympathy.
be romantically attracted
become friends again after an argument
sympathetic
lend an ear
be in a relationship
be reconciled (with someone)
2. Complete the sentences with the words or phrases in 1
romantic relationship lend an ear be in a relationship
sympathetic argument break up (with someone)
be reconciled (with someone) have got a date (with someone)
1. Carol was willing to ___________ to John when he ___________with his girlfriend.
2. James and his father were ___________ after an argument.
3. Their close relationship turned into a ______________.
4. Ann and John are ________________ but are always having a lot of ___________.
5. I feel really excited because I ________________ with Laura tomorrow.
6. A true friend is someone who is ____________ and always willing to help.
lend an ear
broke up
reconciled
romantic relationship
in a relationship
arguments
have got a date
sympathetic
Pronunciation
Contraction
2. Listen and underline what you hear – The contraction or the full form.
1.A: Why won’t you help me with my homework?
B: I will / I’ll. I will / I’ll be with you in a minute.
2.A: You must be pleased with your test results. 
B: Yes, I am / I’m.
3.A: I thought he was in Ha Noi today. 
B: He is / He’s in Ha Noi. That’s where he is / he’s calling from.
4.A: Here we are / we’re. This is my place. 
B: I did not / didn’t know it’d take two hours to get to your house.
5.A: I have / I’ve been to Hawaii several times. 
B: Really? That is / That’s an interesting place to visit, I suppose.
3. Listen and repeat the exchanges in 2
Grammar
Linking verbs
1.A: Jane wants to reconcile with her friend.
B: That ________ good.
2.Children become more independent as they  ________  older.
3.I can’t   ________ awake any longer. I’m sleepy.
4.Turn off the air-conditioner. It’s  ________  too cold in here.
5.Getting involved in a romantic relationship does not  ________  right for you now. You are too young.
6.Jack broke up with his girlfriend, but he didn’t  ________  sad when I saw him.
sounds
grow/get
stay
getting
seem
look/seem
1. Choose the verbs in the box to complete the sentences. Make changes to the verb form if necessary.
2. Underline the correct words to complete the sentences.
1.What’s the matter with you? You look (unhappy / unhappily).
2.We greeted the visitors (warm / warmly) and made them feel welcome.
3.John (sudden / suddenly) appeared from behind the door and said hello to us.
4.Ann felt (excited / excitedly) when Alan suggested a date.
5.Who is he shouting at? He sounds very (angry / angrily).
6.He kept beeping the car horn loudly and the other drivers got (annoyed / annoyingly).
7.Last night’s leftover food in the fridge smells (awful / awfully). Don’t eat it.
8.Tomato plants will grow very (quick / quickly) in warm and sunny weather.
Grammar
Linking verbs
Grammar : CLEFT SENTENCES
My mother gave me a book yesterday.
(1) (2) (3) (4)
It was my mother that gave me a book yesterday.
It was me that my mother gave a book yesterday.
It was a book that my mother gave me yesterday.
It was yesterday that my mother gave me a book.
It +be +Focus +that + rest of clause

Notes :

1- When the focus refers to a person ,we can replace that by who or whom.
Ex : It was my mother that gave me a book yesterday.
It was my mother who gave me a book yesterday.
It was me that my mother gave a book yesterday.
It was me whom my mother gave a book yesterday.
2- We do not use which to replace that.
Ex : It was a book that my mother gave me yesterday.
It was a book which my mother gave me yesterday.
(Wrong)
1 Rewrite each sentence to emphasise the underlined part.
Example: She found learning grammar the most difficult at school.
It was learning grammar that she found the most difficult at school.
1. Her sad story made me cry.
It was her sad story that made me cry.
2. You are to blame for the damage.
It is you that are to blame for the damage.
3. We really enjoy hiking in the forest.
1. Her sad story made me cry.
It is hiking in the forest that we really enjoy.
4. You should really speak to your parents when you have problems.
It is your parents that you should really speak to when you have problems.
2. Write the answer to the questions. Use the words or phrases in brackets as the focus
1. Did you have a date with Susan? (Mary)
No. it was Mary that I had a date with.
2. Did your father give you a new bike for your birthday? (a smartphone)
No. It was a smartphone that my father gave me for my birthday.
3. Are you going to spend the holiday in Nha Trang with your family? (in Tokyo)
No. It is in Tokyo that I am going to spend the holiday with my family.
4. Do you want to become a businessman? (a lawyer)
No. It is a lawyer that I want to become.
Consolidation and homework
Thank you
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nguon VI OLET