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1st Year lessons UNIT 01 PART 04

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مُساهمة من طرف زائر الثلاثاء 24 مارس - 15:28:04

(P 14 - 15)
 
1.     Read texts 1, 2, 3 and 4 on page 15. Then write the number of the text in the table below to identify what type of message each of them is:

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Key:
Text number
Type of message
2
An informal invitation
3
An informal acceptance of invitation
1
A formal invitation
4
An informal refusal of invitation
 
 
2.     Read again text 1 on page 15 and answer these questions:

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Key:
a.       “House Warming” means the celebration of having a new house
b.      It is on Saturday 12th November 2004.
c.       It is from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
d.      “R.S.V.P.” means Répondez (se) S’il Vous plait.
 
 
3.     Look at invitations 1 and 2 again and say why they are different. In which situation would you use each of them? Discuss with your teacher:

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Key:
Invitation 1
Invitation 2
-More formal in register;
-starts with a salutation;
-uses a formulaic language (e.g., would like);
---
-public ;
----
-anonymous;
-uses a colloquial language (e.g., contractions, imperative) ;
-private;
 
 
4.      Take turns to write invitations and thank-you notes. Use texts 1, 2, 3 and  4 as models:
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Sender’s address
85 Oxford Street,
Kenton, Susاللهم اهدني
14 March, 2005 (2)
       Dear George, (3)
           I am pleased/happy/glad to learn that you have moved to a new flat .…………………………………………………………...
 …………………………………………………………….……… ……………………………………………………………..………
…………………………………………………………………….
                                                                         With best wishes (4)
                                                                             (signature) (5)
                                                                          Karim Bouhadiba
 
 
Key:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5.     Read texts 5, 6 and 7 on page 15 and identify the type of message each of them is. Write the appropriate text number in the table below:

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Key:
Text
Type of message
6
A formal letter of apology
5
A formal note to ask for school leave
7
An informal note of apology
 
6.     Read texts 5 and 6. Which is the most formal? Discus with your teacher and classmates:

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Key:
 
 
7.     Now write a letter or note to your headmaster to apologise for a mistake you have done. Use letters 5 and 6 as models:
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Key:
September 25th , 2005
Dear Sir,
    
     Please excuse me for the mistake I’ve done. I promise that I will never do it again.
Yours sincerely,
                            Elbahi Elhadi
September 25th , 2005
Dear Sir,
 
     I am writing to apologise for the mistake I’ve done.  I promise that I will never do it again.
Yours faithfully,
                                   Elbahi Elhadi
                                                                                                                                                              
 
 
 
 
 
(P 16)
 
1.     Put numbers 1-9 in the corresponding small boxes a-I below to get a coherent letter of enquiry:
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Key:      (a-3) – (b-2) – (c-Cool – (d-4) – (e-9) – (f-5) – (g-7) – (h-6) – (i-1)
 
2.     Meriem receives a letter of reply. Put numbers 1-4 in the boxes below to indicate the order in which her correspondents will…

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Key:        (a-2) – (b-1) – (c-3) – (d-4)
 
3.      Make the best use of the information above and the sentences below to write a reply to Meriem Djoual’s letter of enquiry. Begin and close the letter correctly:
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                                                                                           8, Tiddington Road,
                                                                                                                        Stratford-Upon-Avon,
                                                                                                                        Warwickshire,   
                                                                                                                         England.
 
                                                                                                                        November 15, 2007
     Meriem Djoual
     Rue Colonel Chabani,
     Laghouat, Algeria.
 
         Dear Miss. Djoual
Thank you for your enquiry about our summer courses. Please find enclosed here our latest information prospectus, which we hope will be of interest to you.
We’re permanent, we’re professional and we offer you a warm welcome here at our school.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
 
                                                                                                                   Yours sincerely,
 
 
 
Key:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 (p 17)
 
1.     1st Year lessons UNIT 01 PART 04 C:\Users\win7\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_image011Read the texts below and identify what message each of them contains. Copy the table and put text numbers 1-4 in the boxes:
 
Key:
Text number
Message
2
Message expressing sympathy
4
Obituary (a report announcing someone’s death)
1
Congratulating someone
3
Announcing a happy event
 
2.     Find which message (1 or 2) corresponds to which message (3 or 4):
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Key:   Message 1 corresponds to message 3 and message 2 corresponds to message 4.
 
 
3.     Write small messages to express sympathy and congratulations. Use the texts above as models:
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Key:                        A sample message of condolences:


 
Dear …………
       I was deeply distressed to hear of the sudden death of Mr. John Smith, who served as a headmaster in your school for so long. His loss must mean a great loss to your educational institution. We, who know him, have good cause to be grateful to him for the sound education and instruction that he gave us unreservedly.
Yours sincerely,
   ……………..
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Stop and Consider:
 
By the end of this sequence, pupils should be able to:
-use articles: definite, indefinite and zero articles.
-use: either…or… and neither…nor…
-use modal “had to” and reflexive pronouns.
 
(p 18)
 
1.     Study the sentences below. Then answer the questions and check your answers with the Reminder below:
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Key:
a.       A-To inform you that we are pleased to offer …………of  £ 2,000  a month.
     In order for us to process your personnel file,
B-In order not to lose the forthcoming game,
C-so as to arrive at school earlier than usual.
D-so as not to repeat the year,
b.     

Bold words
 


Purpose clause
 


Main clause
 
                                                                                                                                                 .
 


Bold words
 
 


Purpose clause
 
 


Main clause
 
 
                                                                                         ,                                               .
 
The words in bold express the purpose. They can be found at the beginning or in the middle.
c.        
Positive
Negative
In order to
So as to
In order not to
So as not to
 
Task: Ask questions to the underlined phrases:
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Ø  I sent him a message in order to congratulate him.
Ø  He revises his lessons to get good marks.
Key:
Ø  Why did you send him a message?     or      What did you send him a message for?
Ø  Why does he revise his lessons?         or      What does he revise his lessons for?        
 
2.      Fill in the blanks in the messages below with ‘to’, ‘in order to’, ‘so as to’, or their negatives. Several choices are sometimes possible:
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Key:           1(to-in order to-so as to) – 2(to-in order to-so as to) –
{3(to-in order to-so as to)–4(not to)}-{3(not to-in order no to-so as not to) – 4(to-in order to-so as to)}
      5(in order not to-so as no to)
 
 
 
(p 19)
 
3.     Complete each of the sentences below with the appropriate reflexive pronoun (himself, herself, itself, yourself, ourselves, themselves):
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Key:  (a-yourself) – (b-himself) – (c-herself) – (d-themselves) – (e-ourselves) – (f-itself).
 
Reminder
 
Personal pronoun (subject)
Verb
Personal pronoun (object)
I
You
He
She
We
They
help
help
helps
helps
help
help
you – him –her – them
me – him –her us them
me  - you – her – us – you – them
me – you – him – us – you – them
you – him – her – them
me – you – him – her - us
 
Personal pronoun (subject)
Verb
Reflexive pronoun
I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They
clean
clean
cleans
cleans
rotates
clean
clean
clean
myself
yourself
himself
herself
itself
ourselves
yourselves
themselves
 
Ø This is [my – your –his – her – its – our - their] classroom.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(p 20)
 
4.     Read the sentences below and answer the questions:
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Words in bold 
 


infinitive
 


Subject
 
Key:
a.                                         ( Adverb )                                                                     
b.       
Affirmative
Negative
have to
must
Do(es)n’t have to - didn’t have to –
 
 
c.       The negative form of “need” could be either ‘needn’t’ or ‘do(es)n’t need to’
   [need: externally imposed obligation(weak) but need to: internally imposed obligation (strong)]
d.      (must=  have to) – (don’t have to= needn’t-don’t need to).
e.       :
Sentence
Obligation in the past
Absence of obligation in the past
a.       must send
b.       don’t have to send
c.       needn’t write
d.      have to email
had to
 
 
had to
 
didn’t have to
didn’t need to
 
 
           Reminder
We use “must” and “have / has to” to express obligation.
We use “mustn’t” to express prohibition.
We use “needn’t” , “do(es) not need to” and “do(es) not have to” to express lack/absence of obligation.
We use “had to” to express obligation in the past.
We use “didn’t have to” and “didn’t need to” to express lack/absence of obligation in the past.
 
 
(p 21)
 
5.     1st Year lessons UNIT 01 PART 04 C:\Users\win7\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_image019Fill in the blanks with an article (a, an, the). If you don’t need an article mark the space with a zero article (Φ):
 
 
Key:  (1-the) – (2-Φ) – (3-Φ) – (4-Φ) – (5-a) – (6-the) – (7-Φ) – (8-Φ) – (9-Φ) – (10-Φ) – (11-the) – (12-Φ) – (13-Φ) – (14-Φ) – (15-Φ) – (16-an) – (17-a) – (18-a) – (19-an) – (20-Φ).




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