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  2. 2. English / Vietnclmese ỉ`ỊỊEĨTVì/`””ỉỆẹẩ. iĩị 5 I-K 15 Á I. LN `1 xl1”1 :fr Á I , ợ`QL» I `I IÉ ‹I ` Z/ 'Ir :Ị › Ịtưịă L' Ị”: V ` Ỷ vkl, Ir. ‹ vI` ị É* 4 ,`lẬ,@ 1íẵ1Ị:“ i_ ŕệøĩŕr'. ' 1 " K ' `, . Ậ I - K`> “I Ị" lỳ `ứO`Ả Z đẫ À ,Ỷ ự: `Ị NORMA SHAPIRO AND JAYME ADELSON-GOLDSTEIN Tronslcted by Techno-Graphics & Tronslotions, Inc. Oxford University Press
  3. 3. Oxford University Press 198 Madison Avenue, New York, NY T0016 USA Great Clarendon Street, Oxford OX2 6DP England Oxford New York Auckland CapeTown Dares Salaam Hong Kong Karachì Kuala Lumpur Madrid Melbourne Mexico City Nairobi New Delhi Shanghai Taipei Toronto With offices in Argentina Austria Brazil Chile Czech Republic France Greece Guatemala Hungary Italy Japan Poland Ponugal Singapore South Korea Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine Vietnam OXFORD is a trademark of Oxford University Press Copyright © 1998 Oxford University Press Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Shapiro, Norma. Oxford picture dictionary : English /Vietnamese l Norma Shapiro and Jayme Adelson-Goldstein; translation by Techno-Graphics and Translations. . cm. Includes bibliographical references lp. J and index. ISBN-l3: 978 0 T9 435203 l l. Picture dictionaries, Vietnamese. 2. Picture dictionaries, English. 3. Vietnamese language-Dictionaries-English. 4. English language-Dictionaries-Vietnamese. l. Adelson-Goldstein, Jayme. ll. Title. PL4378.S5 i998 423'.9592-dc2l 97-50624 No unauthorized photocopying. All rights reserved. No part of this publicaiion may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or othenNise, without the prior written permission of Oxford University Press. This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherNise, be lent, resold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publỉsheŕs consent in any form of binding or cover Other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition including this condition being imposed on the subsequent purchaser. Translation reviewed by Dr. Lee Pham and Le Manh Guong Editorial Manager: Susan Lanzano Senior Editor: Eliza Jensen Senior Production Editor: Pat O'Neill Art Director: Lynn Luchetti Senior Designer: Susan P. Brorein Art Buyer: Tracy A. Hammond Cover Design Production: Brett Sonnenschein Production Manager: Abram Hall Production Controller: Georgiann Baran Pronunciation Editor: Sharon Goldstein Production Services by: Techno-Graphics and Translations, lnc. Cover design by Silver Editions Printing(lastdigít):20 i9 18 17 161514 T312 ii Printed in China Illustrations by”: Da*id Aikins. Doug Archer, Craig Attebery, Garin Baker, Sally' Bensusen. Eliot Bergman, Mark Bischel, Dan Brown lAr`twork5 NN', Roy' Douglas Buchman, George Burgos/ Larry Dodge, Carl Cassler. .Ntary' Chandler, Robert Crawford, Jim DeLapine, Judy Francis, Graphic Chart and Map Co., Dale Gustafson, Biruta Akerbergs Hansen, Marcia Hartsock, C.M.l., David Hildebrand, The l' League of Artists, lnc./Judy Degraffenreid, The l'Ẹ League of Artists, lnc. l Tom Powers, The lvy League of Artists, lnc. John Rice, Pam Johnson, Ed Kurtzman, Narda Lebo. Scott ,*. .N1acNeill .NiACNElLL & MACINTOSH, Andy Lendxx ax Deborah 'Olie Ltd., Jeffrey Mangíat, Suzanne Mogenserì Niohamnìad .Niansoor, Tom Newsorn, Melodye Benson Rclsaies. Stace Schuett, Rob Schuster, James Seward, Larn Tauglĩer. Bill Thomson, Anna Veltfort, Nina Wallace, 4'end *.assink-.Ackison, Michael Wepplo, Don Wieland Thanks to Mike Mikos for his '“`ẵ".;=.r architectural sketches of several pieces. References Boyer, Paul S., Clifford E. Clark. J'. `.:`vseph F. Kett, Thomas L. Purvìs, Harvard Sitkoff, Nano cr lịvçc †ne Enduring Vision: A History of the American People Lex ĩgĩon, ul1assachusetts: D.C. Heath and Co., 1990. Grun, Bernard, The Timetables Oĩ`H.i.<rn.ì* Ị ,~ Horizontal Linkage of People and Events, (based on err`zer Stein's Kulturfahrplan) New York: A Touchstone Book, Simon and Schuster, 1946, T963, T975, Ĩ979. Statistical Abstract of the United States: F996, iiõth Edition, Washington, DC: US Bureau of the CensJs. 1996. Tile World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago: 'orld Book lnc., a Scott Fetzer Co., 1988 Edition. Toff, Nancy, Editor-in-Chief, The People or' .N”orth America (Series), New York: Chelsea House Publishers, Main Line Books, i988. Trager, James, The People's Chronologi; :-t tear-by-Year Record of Human Events from Prehistory to the Present, New York: Henry Holt Reference Book, 1992.
  4. 4. Acknowledgments The publisher and authors would like to thank the following people for reviewing the manuscript and/or participating in focus groups as the book Was being developed: Ana Maria Aguilera, Lubie Alatriste, Ann Albarelli, Margaret Albers, Sherry Allen, Fiona Armstrong, Ted Auerbach, Steve Austen, Jean Barlow, Sally Bates, Sharon Batson, Myra Baum, Mary Beauparlant, Gretchen Bitterlin, Margrajean Bonilla, Mike Bostwick, Shirley Brod, Lihn Brown, Trish Brys-Overeem, Lynn Bundy, Chris Bunn, Carol Carvel, Leslie Crucil, Robert Denheim, Joshua Denk, Kay Devonshire, Thomas Dougheny, Gudrun Draper, Sara Eisen, Lynda Elkins, Ed Ende, Michele Epstein, Beth Fatemi, Andra R. Fawcett, Alice Fiedler, Harríet Fisher, James Fitzgerald, Mary Fitzsimmons, Scott Ford, Barbara Gaines, Elizabeth Garcia Grenad‹›s, Maria T. Gerdes, Penny Giacalone, Elliott Glazer, Jill Gluck de la Llata, Javier Gomez, Pura Gonzales, Carole Goodman, Joyce Grabowski, Maggie Grennan, Joanie Griffin, Sally Hansen, Fotini Haritos, Alice Hartley, Fernando Herrera, Ann Hillborn, Mary Hopkins, Lori Howard, Leann Howard, Pamela Howard, Rebecca Hubner, Jan Jarrell, Vicki Johnson, Michele Kagan, Nanette Kafka, Gena Katsaros, Evelyn Kay, Greg Keech, Cliff Ker, Gwen Kerner-Mayer, Marílou Kessler, Patty King, Linda Kiperman, Joyce Klapp, Susan Knutson, Sandy Kobrine, Marinna Kolaitis, Donna Korol, Lorraine Krampe, Karen Kuser, Andrea Lang, Nancy Lebow, Tay Lesley, Gale Lichter, Sandie Linn, Rosario Lorenzano, Louise Louie, Cheryl Lucas, Ronna Magy, Juanita Maltese, Mary Marquardsen, Carmen Marques Rivera, Susan McDowell, Alma McGee, Jerry McLeroy, Kevin McLure, Joan Meier, Patsy Mills, Judy Montague, Vicki Moore, Eneida Morales, Glenn Nadelbach, Elizabeth Neblett, Kathleen Newton, Yvonne Nishio, Afra Nobay, Rosa Elena Ochoa, Jean Owensby, Jim Park, John Perkins, Jane Pers, Laura Peskin, Maria Pick, Percy Pleasant, Selma Porter, Kathy Quinones, Susan Ritter, Martha Robledo, Maureen Rooney, Jean Rose, David Ross, Julietta Ruppert, Lorraine Ruston, Susan Ryan, Frederico Salas, Leslie Salmon, Jim-Sandifer, Linda Sasser, Lisa Schreiber, Mary Segovia, Abe Shames, Debra Shaw, Stephanie Shipp, Pat Singh, Mary Sklavos, Donna Stark, Claire Cocoran Stehling, Lynn Sweeden, Joy Tesh, Sue Thomps‹)n, Christine Tierney, Laura Topete, Carmen Villanueva, Laura Webber, Renée Weíss, Beth Winningham, Cindy Wislofsky, Judy W(J0d, Paula Yerman. A special thanks to Marna Shulberg and the students of the Saticoy Branch of Van Nuys Community Adult School. We Would also like to thank the following individuals and organizations who provided their expertise: Carl Abato, Alan Goldman, Dr. Larry Falk, Caroll Gray, Henry Haskell, Susan Haskell, Los Angeles Fire Department, Malcolm Loeb, Barbara Lozano, L‹)rne Dubin, United Farm Workers. Authors' Acknowledgments Throughout our Careers as English language teachers, We have found inspiration in many places-in the classroom with our remarkable students, at schools, Conferences, and workshops with our fellow teachers, and with our colleagues at the ESL Teacher Institute. We are grateful to be part of this international C‹›mmunity. We Would like to sincerely thank and acknowledge Eliza Jensen, the project's Senior Editor. Without Eliza, this book would not have been possible. Her indomítable spirit, commitment to Clarity, and unvavering advocacy allowed us to realize the book we envisioned. Creating this dictionary was a c(›llaborative effort and it has been our privilege to work with an exceiìtionally talented group of individuals who, along with Eliza Jensen, make up the Oxf‹›rd Picture Dictionary team. We deeply appreciate the contributions of the following people: Lynn Luchetti, Art Director, whose aesthetic sense and Sensibility guided the art direction of this bo‹›k, Susan Brt›rein, Senior Designer, who carefully considered the design of each and every page, Klaus Jekelí, Production Editor, who pored over both manuscript and art to ensure consistency and accuracy, and Tracy Hammond, Art Buyer, who skillfully managed thousands of pieces of art and reference material. We also want to thank Susan Mazer, the talented artist who was by our side for the initial problem-Solving and Mary Chandler Who also lent her expertise to the project. We have learned much Working with Marjorie Fuchs, Lori Howard, and Renée Weíss, authors of the dictionary's ancillary materials. We thank them for their on-going contributions to the dictionary program. We must make special mention of Susan Lanzano, Editorial Manager, whose invaluable advice, insights, and queries were an integral part of the Writing process. This book is dedicated to my husb‹3nd, Neil Reichline, Who has encouraged me to take the road less traveled, and to my Sons, Eli and Alex, who have allowed me to Sit at their baseball games with niy yellow notepad. -NS This bt›‹›k is lovingly dedicated to my husband, Gary and my daughter, Emily R‹›Se, both of whoni hugged me tight and let me Work into the night. -/AG
  5. 5. iv A Letter to the Teacher l/ilelcome to The Oxford Pic`ture Díctionciry. This comprehensive vocabtllary resource provides you ancl your stuclents with over 3,700 words, each Clelined by engaging art and presented in a meaningful context. The OXtì›rd Picture Dictirìnary enalales your students to learn and use English in all aspects of their daily lives. The 140 key topics c‹)ver home and family, the wrìrkplace, the community, health care, and academic studies. The topics are organized into 12 thematic units that are based on the curriculum of beginning and low- intermediate level English language coursew‹ìrl<. The word lists of the dictionary include both single word entries and verb phrases. Many of the prepositions and adjectives are presented ín phrases as well, denionstrating thtằ natural use of words in conjunctíon With t›ne another. The Oxford Pic`ture Dictionary uses a variety of visual f‹ìrmats, each suited to the l0Ị)lC being represented. Where appropriate, word lists are categorized and pages are divided into Sections, allowing you to tlocus your students' 2ìttenti‹›n on one aspect of a topic at a time. Within the word lists: 0 nt›unS, adiectives, prepoSiti‹›ns, and adverbs are numbered, 0 Verbs are bolded and identified by letters, and ' targeted Ịsrepositions and adjectíves within phrases are bolrled. The dictionary inclucles a variety of exercises and self~access tools that will guide your students toward accurate and fluent use of the new words, 0 Exercises at the bottom of the pages provide vocabulary development through pattern practice, application of tho nexv langtlage to other topics, and personalization questions. 0 An alphabetical index assists students in locating all words and topics in the clictionary. 0 A phonetirỉ listing for each word in the index and a pronunciation guide give Students the key to accurate Ị)ronunciation. 0 A verb index ‹›f all the ferbs presented in the dicti‹›nary provides students with information on the present, past, and past participle forms of the Verbs. The Oxford Picture Dictionary is the core of The Oxford Pirỉture Dic`tionary Progr‹7n1 V'hiCh includes a Dictioliary Cassette, a TecĩC`her”s Book and its c‹›mpanion Focused Listening Cassette, Beginning and Intermediate VVOFl<b0()kS, Clri55lC` C lassrooln Activities (a photocopiable actirÍty book), Overhead Trcinsparencies, ancl Reç2Cl1"` -“"”',' ' “ " .` Bilingual editions of The Ox" Í , - ” ‹ì'ailable in SỊ>anish, Chinese . -.r" ' "". `ĨiT8F languagtìs. TEACHING THE X OCABL`L.-RY ”oLlr $:g.::>. Ạ :~ ` ' ‹Ệ›`.iì teaching philoSoiJh`. . ..Se Tlĩe Oxford Picture Dictíonari Ì” , , _- " Toe I`‹›lloving general guidelilìes, h‹3`.`. " . arlapt the dictionary's pages to y'oUr ị3çỀ'Ĩ Ị., " . "r students. (For topic- Specific, step-l)- -. '- .`:”cl activities for presenting ancl ij. . . . " ' Ẹẳìulary on each dictionary page see Ề": ` - `.'ỈLl.rC` Dictionary Teacher's Bool‹.J Preview the topic `“`^ 5 to talk with 'L--.“.cl' KITOW about the A good way to begin students to deternìine ha: Ĩ":. topic. Some different 'as tI` :Z: t'~.i› are: 0 Ask general questions relatec: :':“l :iĩe toiìic; Ơ Have students brainstornì a ễẫst `.(ìT(i5 they know from the topic; or 0 Ask questions about the picture › On the page. Present the vocabulary Once you've discovered which Orcls your Students already know, you are ready to focus on presenting the words they need. introducing i0-15 neN' vords in a lesson allows students to really learn the nexv words. ()n pages where the word lists are longer, and students are unfamiliar with many of the words, you iììay wish to introduce the words by categories or sections, or simply choose the words you want in the less‹›n. Here are four different presentation tetỉhniqtles. The techniques you choose will depend on the topic: being studied and the level of your students. 0 Say each new Word and des‹:ribe or define it within the ‹`ontext of the picture. s Demonstrate Verbs or verb sequences for the students, and have Volunteers demonstrate the actions as y‹›u say them. 0 Use Total Physical Response comnìands lt) lìuild comprehension of the votĩallularyỉ Put the pencil ‹)n your bo‹›k. Put it on your notelìook. Put it on Jlour dc`sk. ° Ask a series of questions to build comprehension and give students an Opportunity to say the new words:
  6. 6. V Begin with yes/no questi(›n5. ls #ĨÓ Chalk! (yes) D Progress to or questions. ls #76 Cl`l‹ĩll< or a marker? (Chalk) F Finally ask Wlĩ questions. Wh‹ĩt can l use to ivrite ‹›n this paper! (a lnarker/ Use a marker.l Check comprehension Beft›re m‹›Ving on to the practice stage, it is helịjful to be sure all students understand the target vocabulary. There are many different things you can do to check students' understanding. Here are two activities to try: Ó Tell students to Open their books and point to the items they hear you say. Call out target vocabulary at random as you walk around the room checking l() see if students are pointing to the correct pictures. Ơ Make true/false Statements about the target vocabulary. Have students lìold up two fingers for true, three fingers for false. You c`zĩn write with a marl‹er. [tw() fingers] You raise your notebook to talk to the teac`her. [three fingers] Take a moment to review any words with wlìich students are having difficulty bef‹Jre beginning the practice activities. Practice the Vocabulary Guidecl Ị7TãCllC0 activitieìs give y‹)ur students an opportunity to use the new vocabulary in meaningful conìmunication. The exercises at the bottom of the pages are one source of guided practice activities. ' Talk about... This atỉtivity gives students an opportunity to practice the target Vocabulary through Sententĩe substitutions with meaningful topics. e.g. Talk about your feelings. I feel haịgiìỵ Mlhen l sec' my friends. ° Practice... This Lìctivỉty gives stuclents ỊJTZẤCỈÍCG using the vocabulary within common conversational functions such as making introductions, ordering food, nìaking requests, etc. e.g. Practice asking for things in the dining room. Please pạĩss the Qlcĩtter. May I have tlĩe creanĩerf Could I have ị1Ạt_'‹›rl,‹, please! 0 Use the new language. This activity asks students to brainstorm words within various categories, or may ask thenì to apply Whal they' have learned to another topic in the dictionary. For exanĩple, on Colors, Ị>age T2, students are asked to look at C`lOthing I, pages 64-65, and name tl`le (Ỉ0l0I'S of the clothilìg they see. O Share your answers. These questions provide students vxlíth an opportunity to expand their use of the target vocabulary in personalized discussion. Students can ask and answer these questions in whole class discussions, pair or group work, or they can write the answers as journal entries. Further guided and communicative practice can be found in the Oxford Picture DlCfỈOIĩzĩfy Tecĩcher's Book and in CltĨS5lC Classroom Activities. The Oxf‹)rd Picture Díctíolìçìry Beginning ancl Intermediate Worl‹brJ‹Jks and Recĩd All Abotlt It l ancl 2 provide Y()Uf students with controlled and communicative reading and writing practice. We encourage you to adapt the materials to sLlit the needs of your classes, and We welc‹›me your comments and ideas. Write to us at: Oxford Ulìiversìty Press ESL Deịaartment 198 Marlison Avenue New York, NY l00l6
  7. 7. vi A Letter to the Student Dear Student Of English, Welcome to The Oxford Picture Dictionary The more than 3,700 words in this book will help you as you study English. Each page in this dictionary teaches about a specific topic. The topics are grouped together in units. All pages in a unit have the same color and symbol. For example, each page in the Food unit has this symbol: On each page you will see pictures and words. The pictures have numbers or letters that match the numbers or letters in the word lists. Verbs (action words) are identified by letters and all other words are identified by numbers. How to ñnd words in this book 0 Use the Table of Contents, pages ix-xi. Look up the general topíc you want to learn about. 0 Use the Index, pages 173-205. Look up individual words in alphabetical (A-Z) order. 0 Go topic by topic. Look through the book until you find something that interests you. How to use the Index When you look for a word in the index this is what you will see: Llle word the number gr letter) in the word list ầỵìples /lịlpfalll 5tì-`4 the pronunciation the page number If the word is on one of the maps, pages 122-l25, you will find it in the Geographical Index on pages 206 -208. How to use the Verb Guide When you want to know the past form of a verb or its past participle form, look up the verb in the verb guide. The regular Verbs and their Spelling changes are listed on pages 170-171. The simple form, past form, and past participle form of irregular Verbs are listed on page 172. Workbooks There are tIvO Workbooks to help you practice the new words: The Oxford Picture Dictionary Beginning and Intermediate Workbooks. As authors and teachers we both know how difficult English can be (and we're native speakerslì. When we wrote this book, we asked teachers and students from the U.S. and other countries for their help and ideas. We hope their ideas and ours will help you. Please write to us with your comments or questions at: Oxford University Press ESL Department 198 Madison Avenue New York, NY l00l6 We wish you success! ỷaqm ẩdtlcm-ắlardvãịμ
  8. 8. Lá thư cho học sinh Kính thưa quý Ki học sinh đang học Anh ngL7, Thành thật hoan nghênh quý vi dả đến với The Oxford Picture Dictionary. Hơn 3.700 chữ trong quyển sách này sẽ giúp quý vị trong thời gian quý vi đang học Anh ngữ. Mỗi trang trong quyển tự diển này dạy về một đề tài nhất định. Các đề tài này lại được phổi hợp vào một chủ _clề chung. Tất cả các trang nàm trong chủ đề chung đẽù có màu Sác và dẫu hiệu giống nhau. W dụ: mòi trang trong chủ đề Thực-phẩm có cùng dấu hiệu: Quý i thấy hình và từ trong mỗi trang. Các hình dều có S6 hoặc mẫu tự àn khớp với con số hoặc mẫutự năm trong bâng liệt kê chữ. Dế nhâm mục dích phân biệt, các động từ (từ ngữ mò tả hành dộng) được nhận diện bàng mẫu tụ và tăt cả các từ khác được nhận diện bàng con S6. Cách tìm từ trong quyển sách này Ơ Dùng Mục Lục, trang ix-xi. Ðể tìm một dề tài tổng quát mà quý vị muốn hiểu biết thèm. Ơ Dùng Phụ Lục, trang 173-205. Ðể tìm một từ nào đó theo thứ tự từ A đển Z. 0 Chuyển từ đề tài này qua đề tài khác. Ðể đọc qua quyến sách cho đến khi quý vị tim thấy một đề tài hứng thú. Cách dùng Phụ lục Khi tìm một từ nào đó trong bảng phụ lục, quý vị sê thẩy: Chữ S6 (hoặc mẫu trị) trong bảng liẽt kẽ chữ apples lảplalzl SÍỈX-4 phiên àm Ỉ ì Nếu từ này năm trong một bản dồ từ, trang 122-125, quý vị sẽ tìm thẩy từ đó trong bảng Phụ Lục Ðịa Lý, trang 206-208. SỔ trang Cách dủng bảng Hưởng Dẫn Ðộng Từ Khi muổn biết thì quá khứ hoặc thì quá khứ phàn từ của một động từ, quý vi hảy tìm động từ đó trong bảng hưởng dàn động từ. Các động từ thường và các hình thức thay dổi mặt chữ khi dánh vần của Các từ này dều được liệt kè trong trang 170-171. Thì hiện tại, thì quá khứ, và thì quá khứ phàn từ của các động từ bãt thường dều được liệt kẻ trong trang 172. Các Quyển Bài Tập Nhâm mục dích giúp dở quý vị thực hành Các từ mới, chúng tôi đã phát hành hai quyển bài tập: The Oxford Picture Dictionary Beginning và Intermediate Workbooks. Là tác giả và giáo chức, Chúng tòi dều trực nhận ràng Anh ngũ là một ngòn ngữ khó vò cùng (cho dù đó là tiếng mẹ dẻ của chúng tÔi!). Khì viết quyển Sách này, chúng tòi đã di hỏi các giáo chức và học sinh ở Hoa-Kỳ và các quõc gia khác để thâu nhận mọi hổ trợ và ỷ kiển. Xin hãy thư về cho chúng tôi nếu quý Vị có ý kiến hoặc thác mác ở dia chi: Oxford University Press ESL Department 198 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016 Chúc quý vi thành công! ŕaqvm Qỉøtcaμ- ẵløzdøãịμ vii
  9. 9. Contents Ĩ. Everyday Language iẳỉỹon í"~Ĩ{'ẸỤ Hậ` íìçg i`”ịjL;ỵ/ LJ 2. People A 3. Housing A Classroom I . ` 2-3 Personal Information . 4 5ChO0l Ỉỉl..-.":I"` 5 Studying ›` `, 6-7 Everyday Conversation vv 1. _ ^r 'ĨĨ . 8 The Telephone . 9 Weather . - 3 l0 Describing Things .` l = ^ ii Colors l 12 Prepositions Í `. Ệ i 3 Numbers and Measurements e ` :,` Ê , ` 14-l 5 Time Ĩ"""" ló-T7 The Calendar 1 ` 18-19 Money' ` ' 20 Shopping . `l 21 niịfLJ`o`i Age and Physical Description Í" i ' `. “1 ii i .r 22 Describing Hair Ĩ.í ít. 1- 23 Family r. T" - 24-25 Daily Routines l' I `.` ` . 26-27 Life Events lễ `ỡ.` wv.1. ~:`ỵ ~ " 28-29 Feelings .tl 30-31 / Graduation l ĩĩl :` :` 32-33 í"'iĩấ1 Ctj`: Places to Live v”` 34 Finding a Home 7,' 35 Apartments ~. :`. - 4, 36-37 A House Ii . 38 A Yard > 39 A Kitchen l'”Ẻ " :` 40 A Dining Area " .` Ị 41 A Living Room I ~ 1 'v`ị`*v 42 ABathrOom li1:,›, - 4 -ưv 43 A Bedroom l”=ĩ' " ' l`I ĩi 44 A Children's Bedroom :`Y " ilì i` " 45 Housework ' Ĩ“`i"-1 46 Cleaning Supplies 'i` ` I l ‹.` v”:.`v` 47 Household Problenìs and Repairs ” -` r Ì Í' ` Ì` Ị' 4849 4. Food 'l`lìụC PiìL.ăìì Fruit `I° . `x 50 Vegetables it ` 51 Meat and Poultry ẵ' = 52 Deli and Seafood `v1 Ì' : E ẵỈ` . ll . `i ~ ằi' Ì A 53 The Market .:~ 54-55 Containers and Packaged Foods ` ' É " ` ` = =“' ` I`l 56 Weightsand Measures Ir :t`*-' 1` `.`.`: , 57 Food Preparation :.Ị 1 '»== 58 Kitchen Utensils .,Ỉ V ' . S Ị .u 59 ix
  10. 10. ègị ị.."^lỊ3iaIIhllIllllIl,l:ỊIIị Z , , , 7 Contents A. ALJC LỤC Fast Food iivs. ẵ:i~,,-v` ~:Ĩ:μ.,. r;.ur:-1 iìịi x“xl11 Ịaw 60 A Coffee Shop Menu Tl”:L.`: DiỆ7lì CLJẤÌ O..lịìrì ẤỆẸI-i`tìŕ: ói A Restaurant i":' .ll..`.: 62-63 5. Clothing Y-Plìục Clothing l i i`-"ìL.ĩ”, 64-65 Clothing ll i` :lì 66 Clothing ill it_: lil 67 Shoes and Accessories f`. i*`i:.,› l 1 68-69 Describing Clothes "."1` .-i : `xl-:":`1L_,- 70-71 Doing the Laundry áỉìi :' lìrj 72 Sewing and Alterations .l<xi`, P t i;-:v 73 6. Health Su`C Iấlìoe The Body fíu' iẳ .. 74-75 Personal Hygiene .*~~ rọ.. l`ỉi` 76-77 Symptoms and lnjuries li! .. Cẳ1.1rì'ạ Tlitlíijlìfll TJk.l` 78 lllnesses and Medical Conditions lồvz-ỉllì l-lx`r`:s` `.r“, i `i`lĨ irréiì 1 Sai-; ŕ<iĩ:”:`.: 79 Health Care Ỹĩị “ -. lì LÌ': Í”-, “ `” ĩ r›: 80-8l Medical Emergencies xỊt..: ấĨ: .grμ z. 82 FÍTSÍ Aid (ấklki I"ì.:l:r`ĩ"l 83 Clinics `Y'l.l'll0,'lì 84 Medical and Dental Exams l'x^.“ậ'iu"›` lẵtặvlìlì `.n'çì r<lì.==.Iìì li'1ììrỊ 85 A Hospital iã tư V 86-87 7. Community Cong `ÐoIìg F City Streets fJ~Z1 `,Ị i“`^ì~".v 88-89 An Intersection tl 1,”! TL: 90-91 A Mall `i'›,."L; iltzill ldl`LiL'Il`illĂ i".Vi:.ỂI 92'-9Ệ'ẵ A Childcare Center ` ' ' “ 94-95 U.S. Mail f.:1:Li[i'- 'ìl'I:=": 96 A Bank l"›lA7.LI“x l`i`V.'fvil 97 A Library ÍỈ'=.: 98 The Legal System lil; llĨiìỉ`A'ỉ iiiì'1í› Lv.i.`xã 99 Crime lI._.: .Z ĨOO Public Safety .>`=,Yi ĨA,` :Vì Ộru'ì-'I Cvịĩ'ĩ'1 ĨOĨ Emergencies and Natural Disasters Ĩ“..` tl".ĩ1 i<:~.1'1:*l <:ạ°ìg:ì `~.A*'ạ; Tiìạtậrì Izìi 102-103 8. Transportation Gizìo Thong ` Í “'Ể Public Transportation C_`.: :ij l""c'=l-`: C-.3~*x:J CC`iĨ'Ì2 104 A Prepositions of Motion C"ịv: i.l' Ctì ỗg! `~tr'”ịài`1 Cl1Ls;r*‹Ị4^ì T05 Cars and Trucks l'l:'í; l.'.“: Xri- "lĩ;íì Ỉ.ì T06 DÍFGCỈÍOHS and Traffic Signs i'”:`ì1r.ri`ĩ l'l1l”C;-ỉĩ'ĩ "-.I':`: l'ì.iỈĩ‹ì i'lir_:xl Ltlti Ĩilit.›"ì4.__J ĨO7 Parts of a Car and Car Maintenance il .~ F-“" › :<t i“l",ll lu/'ii E-`:.=μ› Til l l"1l 108-109 An ÀÍFPOFÍ `ẫ `l"t.'ik"`x",", ĨĨO A Plane Trip '”“Ị:'.,~,` 1 l“"i lil 9. Areas of Study HOC Đu“Ò'ng Types of Schools Ll::` Tra; '*:r: ll`.jL'. 112 English Composition L ,“.g.Ịu i=`..ịr>.,z z”«.r`I1 ii.ỊỊLl` 113 U.S. History , `:`=øíĨ3.: li`:ri°l'x'ị.P 114-115 U.S. Government and Citizenship Clì 1:`›'ìroμz,'r-rì Hũzj l^ị;,‹ »*;ì lló l`,›"y `-Ỹ`~` x.., ivu ...`
  11. 11. u tục LỤC Geography tìn irL,y Mathematics iŕCÌ`=`ilì'l'Ểf}ỈÊ Science l'<l'ỉOÉll'iị.t:, Music IXĨJTẠNỂJẪỂỒ More School Subjects Ẹilị,-:1,`. Ỉviuịrì llụị: Kiìv,ĨVỆ North America and Central America iẵỊì^ị ỉatý VLÌ `irL:l1çỊ t-.ổjýl The World Tiié'Grrỵ't Energy and the Environment Neìiĩci, l.LllL`I`lì<_iJ `»i“a tưĩtịt Sllìlì The Universe `Jtl'TIti 10. Plants and Animals Thụ`C Vật và Đong Vật Trees and Plants L”:‹":`,/ Cẩỳr Flowers i40.í1 Marine Life, Amphibians, and Reptiles Tiìr.J-,J Sễilì. Cìrljlìil l.(:`Jl NLí`C>í2 lfzì G`‹3iì«l] Bil Sặìt Birds, insects, and Arachnids [Ệiĩ lil, CRÍWIĨ Tltilìçị. /`ụ`^. NlJỆ*lì Domestic Animals and Rodents TliI:_l `~.l 1`=.I:.,AỊ,: Txc›íì‹i u`~i.`Vì i `-.l.i. l- v ^Ĩ ỉĨ:vl'.I. Mammals D._.'Ĩcỉ `-.-”.jạỉ tỊ‹sv `-x'1A I, "tl"1Ỉi ỈĨ. Work LẨÁTTỈ lv/ÍQẸC Jobs and Occupations, A-H "vfiờị*(Ị t,.ũJ1l `./.“1 iií,jllK'l^ NcỊiìíc;p Jobs and Occupations, H-W "frl,ệư:: l,v'1lìì VÍ1 Ne*1lìe:E llỸỊlìll_,'D Job Skills l<y Níìlì-:Ị Lzirìì V:rịér,: Job Search iriíìì V!ỉ.ỆI: An OHÍCE ll:.ìii iJlĨỐllt,l Computers l-v'ivIìyV” Ditị›rì TL›íìtì À Hotel Klìệềẩỉlì Srin A Factory lliĨỊ-ì N'ì.ìy Job Safety ,=^x.7ì ỊlỊf)í'ìlì Tltịĩrlìri l<lìI l,:'iIĩì I/ivi~f: Farming and Ranching I”r<”›rìv1 Pier-t',~*. `/:1Ci`..”1v1 iƯLI`”:)` Construction Xriỵ,ICỊ,Ji Tools and Building Supplies f`/`,l l`.l`^jlìtỊ` .li“i `ư“;_ìt Liíỉ-LJ X;i1`y iJl.›ll`,l.]_ 12. Recreation Giéìí Tri Places to Go iJíìL'μ'lìz:Ị l.ll.”JỈ Ði Tiìzầiìì The Park and Playground CỂ›iìg Vi‹ị=rì va Sálĩ ClìƠl Outdoor Recreation Giai Trí PJ;j<>a: Tt0'l The Beach Bai BlIỊ`llì Sports Verbs Cậìc Dtịiìỉq TL`J` ilirorĩg `Ĩiìe i`lĩCăf) Team Sports C:;c r-øĩrjz: ĩ`l:é:' Tt1::ao Fìejựìq Ðọl Individual Sports C‹1`:: i`vlA.Jii llìv: il lìlĩis) Cái i"ii`IJ:li Winter Sports and Water Sports í,:r.ẽ;: l/Iluiii Ĩ“lĩr;` ^Ỉ^iìiJí› l`ViLlμi Dtiiì 1 `tr'‹`1 íị`.:': i"v.'i‹.:r"4 i`lìv. T`iìL::,l l.`.7Lí“<ịv‹ NLír;`f_` Sports Equipment iJt_.lì‹Ị CLI lýlìễỗ Ĩ^l1:10 Hobbies and Games C`lìC liìL^x Iìuẽtj i<íìịt:^rì `.IẸ1 Tl*0 Ctìo'1 Electronics and Photography Diŕgưì TL“z' /.ì Niưltấjơ Àrưlì Entertainment T`=ỊLl I^ỉiì:‹ịízì Git,ii Til Holidays CZỀLZ t»J`:i:Ẹ^ỵ' L.E`: A Party l^ìe'ị=r: l,l“'Ĩlì iễoíìrì Verb Guide iỗμilì r`lL!`L`íiìv:1 Dẫiiì Dộỉĩỉịì TLI“ Index l)iiLi Ltltĩ Geographical Index ilẽìtz l,tvlC iJỊ.ĩs l,xI Vietnamese Index Plxtz LlllỊỈ ,r',:›i í`J“ỊL1` Contents ll7 ll8 IĨ9 l20 l2l l22-T23 I24-l25 l26 l27 I28 T29 l 30-l 3l l32 T33 I34-l 35 I36-l 37 Ĩ38-l 39 l40 l4l T42-T43 l44 l45 l46 T47 I48 l49 l50~l5l l52 T53 l54 l55 i56-l57 T58 l59 T60 l 6l l62-l 63 l64-l 65 l66-l 67 l 68 l69 I 70 l 73 206 209 xi
  12. 12. A l-o“;D “` Classroom . _ , G2' , s r® Ị - Ẹ ',:4:l`."/Z Ă Ý v “Tl f _Ẫ '._- = '* -u.`_ỵ g " ,"3/`ỵ l I , xi /“ ` _/il I, L ' / I. chalkboard 3. student 5. tecìcher ° 2. screen 4. overhead projector 6. desk :ồy 7 gx `Ệ g », l ` K' ‹ l 1 ` Ê l ` ” I I ` .. ., , .ụ-:ịì 7 L -l I ,- L 7 ,,, -. I ,LL C A. Raise your hand. B. Talk to the teacher. C. Listen to a cassette. D. Stand up. Cìụì :. ' C ` ` " v Đu“Yìr' lin Ĩ F lo H j l / ` li J l I l V' L . i - , , ._ , E. Sit down. /Take a Seat. F. Point to the picture. G. Write on the board. H. Erase the board. `i v::Ỉ `:I.tẬíìrĩ Cãi , ." ĩ 'tŕ 1 XU. i ` -1 líì lilil P Ị Ex ll ll I ra I I. Open your book. l. Close your book. out your pencil. Ị Put away your pencil.r "`.Ỉ.I..ìl`v".
  13. 13. Lớp Học A Classroom Dit 8. bookcase 10. clock 12. map lý 14. bulletin board kệ sách dòng hò bản dò bảng thông cảolyět ttii 9. globe II. cassette player 13. pencil sharpener 15. computer quả địa càu máy cát-sét máy got bút Chì máy vi tinh I máy diện toán Aa BI? Cc Dơi Ee Ff Gg Hh li Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn OO Pp Qq Kr 55 Tt Uu Vv Ww XX Y y Z Z 24. binder/ notebook 28. dictionary tập sách có 3 lỏ tự dién 17. chalkboard eraser 21. pencil eraser 25. notebook paper 29. picture dictionary cái xóa bảng tấy trang giãy ttl đến hình 18. pen 22. textbook 26. spiral notebook 30. the alphabet bút sách sách có gáy lo xo chữ cái 19. marker 23. Workbook 27. ruler 3I. numbers btìt mầu sách làm bài tập ttiưởc số Use the new language. Share your answers. 1. Name three things you can open. 1. Do you like to raise your hand? 2. Name three things you can put away. 2. Do you ever listen to cassettes in class? 3. Name three things you can write with. 3. Do you ever write on the board?
  14. 14. Personal Information Lỳ Lịch ỊIYIII 555-6314 tíì HBE ĐĐ School Registration Form ĩ.”.LsLJ Đ0`n Glĩí Dalìh HỌC Ììr`› `J:1 teri 3. middle initial 4. last name V' C`lì.." ì"i ly.v`›: tỊ'iIì tviệiì -'l4lỆ"iì J' r 5. address 6. apt. # ' lỉiịn 'Lĩiìl ` 7. city 8. State 9- ZIP C0de ĩrìịllĩlì piìtìr il':ll ltỉiliỉl 4,:; `.:,.: .`.` l l ' - l0. area code ll. telephone number `I2. sex: l3. Ú male T5. Social Se‹'urity number '>.›:j ø'Liíĩ Ị .,vx; x,..t-,'ì tl`i',ì.'i` iìịniilì v_1‹ 14. El female llli Ĩ6. date of birth T7. place of birth Ịìi`jĨji_/ ịỉịirjlx lmonlhl idatel lyearl iì1”ii `›"i`,l`y IliìJii`1'1l I' 7 E'›,V'l Ilivliiìl T8. signature * apt. tt = apartment number r.':l`LJ i`l`y" Lư 7 Ị. l I Ả Ỉ A. Spell your name. B. Fill out a form. C. Print your name. D. Sign your name. Đanh van ií"-'W Ðiền lỉirìỉì Vic-lt t~irì i .E'ì=I clìỦ` ilì Ký tĩĨ 1 Talk about yourself. Share your answers. My first name is Sgĩj. 1. Do you like your first name? My last name is spelled L-A-R-S-O-N. 2. ls your last name from your mother? father? husband? I come from Ottawa. 3. What is your middle name?
  15. 15. TI'LE'Ò`ng HỌC School I. classroom 7. lockers 13. principal's office i.l`,::v'il`“=" ằỉ`Ĩl` Ế, `..Ixf,' , ii - " ` J 2. teacher 8. rest rooms I4. principal -'ìi ì”`› ”-.i›=II l“"”l,1 iỉĩiì l`,'4_ :Y'..v`:"i 3. auditorium 9. gym I5. counselor's office tl`.:i`i'“l -lỵif.i`1"] ii v.“1i"Ị] lỆiLl“Ù“I` 3 j`“1i'Jĩ:4l i‹^_:lì tl”l-` tẵ":,`:4,r g`v"".v"'z ~ị:ị` ".'-iii? 4. Cafeteria 10. bleachers 16. counselor r`llĩ<lĩìiỊ till Ếvlliỉìĩì :j'A:r ụ'.”-'Ì `."-'ì S. lunch benches ll. track I7. main office t'l'ìv"` L1:i` ‹l`^ Ii`!ẵi7` 'ịíì 'iti”:x -,iiifì xịi tẶ"ì "'ilìiì `vr`!" _:vi"r!ì ' ::l"i"ì 6. library 12. field 18. clerk tĨ'ìLl” `v'lI lì ›.ìlT ti`LI” v ," More vocabulary Share your answers. instructorz teacher I. Do you ever talk to the principal of your school? coach: gym teacher 2. ls there a place for you to eat at your school? administrator: principal Or other school supervisor 3. Does your school look the same as or different from the one in the picture?
  16. 16. Studying loc Dictionary work Diinq tụ' dien l ' ' I Ir lễ) Ì I L I VẦỊIV ' g V "“_` tx'. V ` VS ĨV ,` V . . , , .,`-u".-,, .,,,.f- L,,. ..l A. Look up a Word. B. Read the word. C. Say the word. Tini iììot it`i” Doc iL`l` =ẵ`) Doc Ít: ri:,› vvú v ii l `J.,_ấ I Ả l ,-. _ xygg i Ì D. Repeat the word. E. Spell the word. F. Copy the word. Llỉp lŕìi ĩl`. niv.; Ðĩ'lIlh vầln tLl“ Liì"› Chep ltll T.1: Work with a partner Lani việc vÓ'i ban i`_l _ rĩ" ` i I” ° ' 7 I Ll i qi if . I L J ` . I v ,°` G. Ask a question. H. Answer a question. I. Share a book. J. Help your partner. Đr:ll:vi.Ji` l Tl:: Ĩt^ì`iL`=:ilì-'I l";Ẹ -;clìL:i`g".:`, ỉì v ”iX Gíl`Eỳ>: Work in a group Lẩềiìì `.Iiμ~C ti'oi`:_cI niìorĩì ` There ore -. two windows. I il Ỉ , , rá; I J 'ax - ` ị"='~ ~vl I Ạ. K. Brainstorm a list. L. Discuss the list. M. Draw a picture. N. Dictate a sentence. Ðoỉìçị rìịìo Ịẵịjta I-. TỈ“. .I “` V' ti ' f" la' :`:,= v .i. '‹ I '› ir.: “l"”
  17. 17. i`lỌC Studying Class work Làm bài I I ii `. ơ y” ‹-ị I C l li V J I Ị O. Pass out the papers. V Ỉ P. Talk with each other. Q. Collect the papers. Plìat tịrẩli rzì Noi L`.l'.!j,v'«Ĩ:Iì xl‹"4 lìiìíikl Tiìí:Ll - l”.-`z, Follow directions Theo hu`Ó`ng dan @ íỉ Write with Sign your name ln " pencil. R. Fill in the blank, S. Circle the answer. T. Mark the answer sheet. Ðiùrì '~.I‹ìr) ciìiỗi tiŕẫỉĩlq. Kh0íinh ‹,:‹'i1.l tfrẳ iI.)l Ðíălìh ci .Ll `^' "l ^ “- ® GẨVỂ me the pencíy_ my is pencil. That U. Cross out the word. V. Underline the word. W. Put the words in order. Gzich l.vỎ fịtĩtỉ' llirjl. Cệlch du'o'i ‹.:lìi: i':.iĩ.:": X1'lp . ' ", I tlì-.Io tiìli lil ® _a. pencil ..tl booưk _.l.__C. Chair X. Match the items. Z. Correct the mistake. Fino L,lìL”l st) thich hO`p. i<iL.-nì Ĩ 1! tì.`‹.: iarlì SlÌI'.: i`)l Share your answers. I. Do you like to work in groups? 4. ls it easy for you to talk with your Classmates? 2. Do you like to share booksẽ 5. Do you always check your work? 3. Do you like to answer questions? 6. Do you cross out your mistakes or erase thenìẽ
  18. 18. Good B. begin a conversation C. end the conversation bít đu cuộc đàm thoại chỉn! dtrt cuộc dàm thoại D. introduce yourself E. make sure you understand F. introduce your friend IOI MỈỘU niinh IIÍIƠ ld cho kỹ dd DIỆU bựt G. complíment your friend H. thank your friend I. apologíze ldlon mường bạn eúlll ơn bạn IIII tôl l Practice introductions. Practice giving compliments. Hi, I'm Sam [ones and this is my friend, Pat Green. That's a great sweater mịa. Nice to meet you. I'm Tomas Garcia. Thanks gg. I like your _ịfl0_çị. Look at Clothing I, pages 64-65 for more ideas.
  19. 19. Điện Thoại The Telephone 1. telephone/phone diệiì thoat 2. receiver ỏng nghe 3. cord dáy 4. local call golgân 5. long-distance call gọi xa 6. international call gọi di nLrơC ngoài 7. Operator nhán vléỉì Yỏtĩg dai 8. divrectory assistance (411) sô 1411) giúp dở tìm díện thoại 9. emergency service (911) dỊ‹:h Vụ khán Câp 10. phone card thẻ điện lhOạl II. pay phone diện thoại Cólìg Cộng 12. Cordless phone diện thoai không giây 13. cellular phone diện thoai Cảm tay 14. answering machine may trả lơi diện thoại 15. telephone book Cuỏn niẻn giam diện thoại 16. pager _ nìay bao SỎ diện thoại A. Pick up the receiver. Nhỏc Ông Iìghe lẽn B. Listen for the dial tone. Nglìe Ỹiể'"g Iìỉa- C. Deposit coins. Bo tièn `va‹) may D. Dial the number. Băm SÓ dlèn thoại. E. Leave a message. DỒ tin nhàn lại F. Hang up the receiver. Gác may. More vocabulary Share your answers. When you get a person or place that you didn't want to 1. What kinds of calls do you make? call' we say you have the wrllng number' 2. How much does it cost to call your country? 3. Do you like to talk On the telephone?
  20. 20. 10 Weather `l`ĨìÔ"l Tìị ~. 4° 32 1. hot w-*”"”'”ŕIHiIf 30 Ể`:"fẫ›Ị 70 / 60 2 warm 20 Degrees so l“í=“ / 10 Fahrenheit 40 3 ÉQ9' 30 l ll Ì- Ị 0 zor 4 co a y 10 l lllll -10 lg_J 5. freezíng `r`:"l`ẵĨ ỈĨlỈl"`lĨ © ® ® Ị _ `^ l i `.l.ìL 7. cloudy 8. raining lĨ`Ll:l Degrees Celsius 9. snowing ":í> tt.`^ỵ'»`-Ỹ. 10. windy Ỉ3. icy 11. foggy I4. smoggy 15. heat wave 12. humid Language note: ít ís, there ís It's cloudỵ. There Ỉs a hea_t wgg. For I-14 we use, For 15-21 we use, There's lightning. 16. thu nderstorm 17. lightning 18. hailstorm μ` -E Ĩalk about the weather. Today ítấs h_(>t. It's 98 degrees. 19. hail il: 20. snowstorm t J-“I Ềti”-, Ế 21. dust storm Yesterday it was Warm. It was ịịcịgrees.
  21. 21. I. 2. 10. ll. 12. Use the new language. 1. Name three things that are thick. 2. Name three things that are soft. 3. Name three things that are heavy. little hand tay/ niìo big hand tặì'y lo'I`l . fast driver IìL]LJ“r`J“e iL.l rìlìịãniì . slow driver 'iẪiLlí_ìĨ Ỉ.'ě! Chảịjm . hard chair qlĩẫẫ Cu`ng . soft chair k`ẫl`ÍỊ`.'v nìẫầnì thick book/ fat book í“,.J`,l<`3`lì fặ‹iE`:iì dặzy . thin _book L]LljøtẸIì Ĩìlvẵ".`ll Iììolìçi . full glass l`y dềìy empty glass ly I‹hỎrìg nois children/ lou children l`Cĩ!ì Ế:v: olì L.O quiet Children l^*."'ì lll-; `,'lị`iì Ễ!r:iìỂl Share your answers. 1. Are you a slow driver or a fast driver? 2. Do you have a neat closet or a messy closet? 3. Do you like loud ‹)r quiet parties? Describing Things 13. heavy box ` ị- n .ỉ`_rW 14. light box ‹`:';" lIl`.xỊ . neat closet `_`r1on ri Zíìrl . messy closet ^t. I.) i>L`l“:: ij. I . good dog c.l`:" FCO: rì . bad dog .-Jhu . expensive .ring 'ìĨ',Z1rl(l;ỉĨtì.'I1 . cheap ìring rìÉ,è`ìvì rí- ll{?l`t . beautiful view x^,'Ì":i`: dỵ:p . ugly view cr xt'u . easy problem ` (`u.` . difñcult problem/ haurd problem ,x:IIJ ll
  22. 22. 12 J. - _ Ị gv IL; '”I` . - ~ X l `I X ` *' "` ` <v` -- 14' l i2l`x ,/” KĐ I .ỊE ,. ›~ V ` Ì. :ặ' /Sẫ`. _egg g @ ® `Il“ ~-~. W l Ề"-^Ạ' " D `“ -_`- .ìí "Ề 'íẵí L i` - I. blue 6. orange 11. brown "`. .I . 'lí .."I`*'r I`I'.,l 2. dark blue 7. purple 12. yellow Ì Ĩ`iìÌ 'y=.ìĩNIĩ 3. light blue 8. green 13. re ` - 4r tn' ằ'ì"I 3 4 ‹:.".y Cẵíẳ 4. turquoise 9. beige 14. white ' ` rĩi:`ầ `.'r2:`ìĨl l‹_`:'l Ì 5. gray 10. pữínk 15. black i"`f'ì :,Ĩ':íI Use the new language. Look at Clothing I, pages 64-65. Name the colors of the clothing you see. That's a dark bịtịtlỉt. Share your answers. I. What colors are you wearing todayt 2. What colors do you like? 3. ls there a color you don't like? What is it?
  23. 23. uç s F. x 'tv Prepositions / ,v LI Tv , › _r x- I ,f l:. '-.' x x -4 Ầ" l I llẽ`,.l Ì r` I ` Ù: ` - ,J X '-1' | V I ,, XẾ" Z II Í KXV lt V ll giề Í I1 f'mv ” Ếx- . Xy _g/ă . 'Í Ì V Ệ ^ Ĩ _~ Í. y / ŕ , / X ízợ ,` _ Ig ll lL `l“ l l li - 'W lẢ”'I'l` l / r __/í'I__ /_` vlv ,l.l". ll /gb g G_ X /l Ị. ® x U g..,`gề, jø r,y e , l 'I *Xx Ạ ` Ấ 'ụ @ V ` ,Ị I `~_- ' lỷ/ _ l X / , Ỉ vạ Ế l / I t X ý yí l v Nal J lv ll, K/ l lln Ối ll `v/I › ‹ ŕ M,... - ,ĩ . I ' l l ^` `- _ỵ%. lị Ị y dl-Ỉ” 1'/ ll Ấ_ l 1 @ .ĨỊ .ry À. Ệ Ú ___,` Ồ v 4 l váạỉỉu-Il pt -- vv l V L Ạ .. _ỊJ 1. The red box is next to the yellow box, on the left. 6. The green box is above the orange box. Hot) iììatl Lltj Ớ Sếìt b`Ỉ'n trạìi iTịzf,: ::ì.,ì;: i^lỊỊ` 'Z it. :., ` Ỉ , `. " L1 :f` I .giã :“Ẹ1,. 4"" 2. The yellow box is next to the red X, on the right. 7. The orange box is below the green box. l`”l^1_,Ả`V.l)lììụỈìl,l`v/ẮI1l"ỆlíẫỉμẫlắlljẩflìỊDlìẸ:ll`ĩỊIl"vìlỊỄil` vỉ ` " 1' :`ĩ;‹"›í "` / = 3. The turquoise box is behind the gray box. 8. The white box is on the black box. l'l-lị.tlJ Iììẵitl Olì-Tì ặĩ'ì?`l ~,.:""ì L`: pl`:l.. .vÃ1U "^"`.J `Ị"1LJ ‹ `:' `. ll . ` 4. The gray box is in front of the turquoise box. 9. The black box is under the white box. Hrịrỵì rììểìLi XL`lZIl Lịì piĩikx tru“o`C `!ì":;:l ỉì”ir! I ` ` " ` 5. The dark blue box is in the beige box. IO. The pink box is between the purple box and llộp lìlíltl xạìlìlì t,i;1riì 1.ỈJ trong lĩL“iJ lì:: .. , r , ! tho brown box. More vocabulary near: in the same area far from: not near The White box Ỉs near the black box. The red box is far from the black box.
  24. 24. Numbers and Measurements Con SỔ lulà i130 Lu`Ò'ng HOME lutiillμl ,“8“~ -ikŕ-I l'l- A " u n “' . v _ I-`^ gỉl ..ol›' lilli'-is` VISITOR l°2”y k”2“, y . Cardinals SO ThLJ'Ò`ng1 0 Zero ll eleven 21 twenty-one i0l í" `v ' ' Iìì.!fỆ›`ì iìì`:_ị1l iĩ.'1i !ì`1tJ“0“l rlìot one hundred one 1 one 12 Melve 22 Menty_MO rìiot liLìĩìì IL: IììL'_Jt V ~ĩ YììLJ<:l“` l`.'. lĩẽìị iìLl“L›`i lìẻìi l,000 2 Mo 13 thirteen 30 thirty °'ĨÊ ,ll1@“5a"d ` Iì`=.I“i`=“i tv.: tìỊ'l IììLJ“ƠI llll"l" “l“`l`ìll 3 lh,lee mnlì O lỆhlìyiììLl`Ơl One mougnd One __ ` l __ rììọt fĩịjíìlì liề rììŕặt 4 lììklllìll _ , K _ ` ten thousand 5 five T6 sixteen 60 slxty V ,,,t,›(›,, ,ỵ_ỊẤ,,, l.` ĩì..Jv..r. wílkl ì`,lLt llìtlợl 10(JI00O 6 slx 17 seventeen 70 seventy one hundred thousand 'lkl lììLJ”tìA l>.'!y' l'J=ìy' lIìLlƠi ,,,Òg t,Ãr,,,ì ,ì;_ya,ì 7 seven l8 eighteen 80 eighty 1,000,000 E, ` i' iì“.LJ'LI“1lLì:ìì l-!`ii riì.lO't one mjiijon 8 eight 19 nineteen 90 ninety IĨĨỎĨ ĨIĨẦỈỸKJ í' -'ìí iìĩLixịìl Clìxlì A.`;ĩ"v: IIì1_1'.'_ìx IIOOOIOOOIQOO 9 nine 20 twenty 100 One hundred Onẹ bllllon .,Ỉ":: Ễì.Ị ll`lLlr,r~ Iìị4._t tYv'zíìì lilỤl li/ 10 ten lIi`.l` " - Q " - ist first 8th eighth l5th fifteenth Ordinals ỤO T iìu Tu V V “ tiĩti rì“ìỊ.ìt llìtlll tiẽlìì tlìtl' Iììil'‹°)› lrilìì `_ụSỄ" ` 2nd second 9th ninth lôth sỉxteenth Ị _ 1 t!1.i“ lìlìl tiìti íilìlĩì tlìtl' iììLi`‹j"L ÉẶỊILI . ` _ 3rd third l0th tenth 17th seventeenth v Ỉlìíil` l,”`;'l llìtlll rììLJ'Ơi ĩlìLi'Iìì1rrJ`: t,a:ầy ii -g 4th fourth llth eleventh 18th eighteenth Ễlìti lll t1"›Li líĩlJ1_J“1 lìilìi ỈIÍLI I'IìilOx l:`ìlĨl 5th fifth l2th twelfth l9th nìneteenth Ỹiìty Vì Eĩìì il`ti ĩ".LJl.ì”! lìrll tlìμl' iììli'<;x ‹;lỉEI'l 6th sixth l3th thirteenth 20th twentieth lll 1' l i:!,l” ỉ':ìỉ,l“L'sr` lịvzì llìti lìĩìl lllLlOi 7th Seventh 14th fourteenth llì`:“ l” ẫÌì.l“ ỉỊi`..v“`.r“: lỊ5x',rrì Roman numerals sc) L: . "' l l = l Vll = 7 XXX = 30 Ý/ XI ŕ Ki ll = 2 Vlll = 8 XL = 40 ă, Xø l lll = 3 Ix : 9 L : 50 Ẹ: . Eg 'l IV : 4 x z IO C = 100 ẹ". ll V : 5 xv : 15 D = 500 “i't ll Vl = 6 XX = 20 M = l,000 l 14
  25. 25. Con số Xlà ĐO Lu Ò`ng Numbers and Measurements -3/4 Fractions Ptìán S0` 2/3” 1. ` E one-eighth 2. l/4 one-fourth 3. l/3 one-third _1y2 ` 'Ĩ.-:lil lỉfilìì Yì14Ỉ.›t Ị.:rằ""g`'ì fại :ĩ`i`Ệμĩ Ị`Jlìrlxlì iìct ` Ệ Ệ 1l3` -1/4 4. l/2 one-half 5. 3/4 three-fourths 6. l whole lììỘi plìỀiI'ì lìr,'.` blì pìlìẵìỉl tLi :Jil Ị,lìẨiil lììot rìLIĨì Percents Plìần Trảm . 0°/ t Iỉiỉi 7 ly ° =ịĩỊjẤgỊĩỆỆÉI'†jĨ'j*,,ể,ì,ì 80,6 --I-I ,M __IỆ! 8. 20°/o Menty percent 60% "`l lìntl IìĨll`fr'Í Ị,lì.`aII lícilìì 0 ' . Ệ Iỉiỉl 9' 59”" l'lỄYiĨe'ỂÊ'7l O, . r --I-- ` "'i"`“ """l'”' -“Jl`““'“ "'r`ill 30% . M :-EZI to. 80°/o elghty percent 10% _ (ill l.l:ìì Ii›LJ'ẨJl çllìịrlw tr:ìr”Iì 0* 1- ll. 100%; one hundred percent 1lf!Y ` I'iìr)t tỉ.:ii`.`v pẵìárì trặìiìì Dimensionsì Chiều Measurement Đo Lu`Ò`ng I 12. centimeter [cm] Xμỉ7Ĩ4:l“ll'iììíì'l Ị_ill(Iliì` . l 13. inch |in.] @Í K @ (lót ““1 _ l , , đã v`l7 Equlvalencles Tu'o`ng Đu'o'ng K“l l inch = 2.54 Centimeters l yord = .9l meters _ _ Ỉ Ỉ _ ŕ_ŕv l mile = l.ó kilometers _ i 14. height 16. length l2 lnches = l lool Í Cl”"iị'LJ CỆ^1t) ‹ịlì.1:4v.l KỊl-Ề- 3 lee* = l Y°'d_ Is. depth 17. width y lI7óo YƠFỚS = l mlle lỊl`i:`LJ ':'íLl l,Ệll`lIl`1l'l`i"Ảl More vocabulary Share your answers. measure: to find the size or amount of something 1. How many students are ín class today? count: to find the total number of something 2. Who Was the first person in class today? 3. How far is it from your home to your school? I5
  26. 26. Time `l^iìi Giò” 55 6 5 sn 1! 45 15Ị› LI 211 A 35 an 25 4. l :O0 one o'cl0ck °Ỉ`.vl_ -'ii Ịlllzl 87 65 8. 1:20 one-twenty rIìv,_`jỈ gị=Ò“ lìíìl !iìLtcJ`l twenty after one IììtỆỈ1,Ịi‹,ì“ lìěìi rììu“0“l l ĨẨ7 1 “JA l`Lr-/"oỊ, › ẫŕę Ù- μậ w ‹l.‹ 1: lìfo ,7 6 à P OỂẦẶẬỀJỂ 12. 1:40 one-forty 'IA Ix_: _- Iv ` :ỈĨi.i`:'i. twenty to two ir, ` l.,,} Iv `l" Talk about the time. .9 lề& .gŕo X 'ẵi ^x7Ịạn.,6aạoẽŕ“// 2. minute 3. hour '-- ..I`."r ' nzĩuo I-v-vá-ơáñt ll II/I I ,1 lvl '.' , .. , -1 K g ll ,-1. C_ ” `“_“' lv 'I ° I 0`^-*m"'4 5. 1:05 6. 1:10 one-oh-five One-ten rì!l;›ấ ít") iì:v':'ìì lììăịjl gìA') rIìLl`cè”l five after one ten after one ĩĩì :nl _ĩllø I'1."::ìì iììiặt ‹,_Ịir,ì“ rììLl`c›V . ll '= í l0 2 ng 3v .B _ 4. .t ạ ~. 9. 1:25 10. l:30 one twenty-five zììlẳjĩ ỵiztĩ li‹`:l illLĩIJ`ẫ i;ì!'ỉĩ twenty-five after one lììnji ‹ilẺt l`›z,il rììLi'O'i [,`:vĩì T3. l:45 one forty-five :,` ị.Ĩ i,ì:`:ì íi`...i:ì.`: .l":I a quarter to tNo ,,'k1' '« ^'Ĩ ĨÌĨ.. `l I ẾỈĨI What time is it! Its ĩ0.'00 a.m. What time do you wake up On Weekdaysẵ At 6:30 a.m. What time do you wake up on Weekendsŕ At 9:30 a.m. T6 one-thirty lììnịj'. fỉẫẽu lĨ“Lì Iĩ`L:‹:J“i half past one Iììlịt 'IỊVẦJV iLJ',ĩ. T4. i150 one-fifty ilIĩỆ›Ĩ :Ị ì iì`zl'lì i`ì.:‹,ì“l ten to txvo l`v;-ị= f.;uL`, 'rzvì-""ư IiìLi`í`ỵ"l Share your answers. A.M. P.M. 7. l :l 5 one-fifteen iiìtật Q ŕ,I' lììLl'ỄJiỉ l‹'ì:ìì a quarter after one Iiitột fi Ill” :':ìtJ4L',ỈJ i.'ĩIìì ll. l:35 one thirty-five lìì<ịJt ç}ỈỜ lựa I'IìLỉcì”l Eệìnì twenty-five to two lìũi t`,"iiI° l'xŕĨ,`llì lìệir !ììLI':.ì`i líìiìì lol l2l2 9 3 »87ó54 T5. l:55 one fifty-five ỉììt"›t r]i4ặ` rìẻìrĩì IĨĨLIƠÌ l`(ìl`li five to two lì‹Ềl g›`ỹ iñíệíìì rìrĩirìì I. How many hours a day do you study English? 2. You are meeting friends at l:00. How long will you wait for them if they are late?
  27. 27. Thì GÍÒ` Time ^`=ỉ"'i Ĩ'LiJì `!:l-=,`i1 li.)i 20. night 21. midnight ílaiĩĩìì r`.LJ'Ị'J 4.ĩilĨ:lìì fịcjiìì I'IìL;‹ỉr" ANCHORẦGE J @ EDMONTON ) VANCOUVER WINNIPEG I- . J - . , ST. l0HN's MONỈRẸẠL HALIFAX XẤXỘẾ C”'c'ẫG0.l r4 ” New YORK ` xẻjx s^N FR^”Ệ'sc0 DENYER WASHINGTON D.C.! PJ l ' °l Los ANGELES ”-- HOUSTON PAC`Iŕ`Ic` x , X MIAMI Oc`F.AN MŨ(ICO J 11 TLINTIC. clợ OCEAN SANSAtVẶDQR,l _,. MANAGUA J_ V CAitAcAs 7 ịỉỉ Tì , . L Ặĩrĩŕrý V`ầ-Ii"V7ẠỆ Ệĩĩr 7,, . , ,Ỷ, .-í. Zzl 24. Hawaii-Aleutian time 27. mountain time 30. Atlantic time 33. daylight saving time v:Ỉ`.› lrl .-Li, :`:i nị.ỉE‹',l` IiÍ*ễ.^,Iì II-.ii "Ị=‹ỊJ” Dí_t"Ĩẳĩ'y/“Cl.iL')`l`l4Ĩ,l <:;14J“ lv':.iyi ĩ`-"g'ỉf`, 25. Alaska time 28. central time 31. Newfoundland time t.ịECl“ t'íi† l^“`1^:.= lil tịíì tILiIì.Ậ] ỆZỈƠ N:'ì'~a'~ø'f0Lirìcilẽìrìíi 26. Pacific time 29. eastern time 32. standard time .;ỊỉlỈJ' Tlì.ìi-`t,:Ìíìiì-:,lLl“L^›lì"Ị '_.]ìÒ” IìlIềÍ:ii ;Ĩ<`ìIìcj :jiÒ° C'1lĩ h.'ìlì More vocabulary Share your answers. on time: not early and not late 1. When do you watch television? study? Hets ơn time_ do housework? 2. Do you come to class on time? early! late?
  28. 28. The Calendar Lịch Days of the week Ngày Trong Tulẵn . TT ”. Ỷ- ® “JI “Í” . 1_ sunday @D ClìL`J iìiìật 0 0 0 2. Monday Tlìt`l“ hệìi 3. Tuesday Tổĩtl' l,..`. 4. Wednesday Tl'ìLi ttl' 5. Thursday lhLI' rìểìtiì 6. Friday Tlì[I^ SZIU 7. Saturday Tlìặl l“)ẫÌ'y' 8. year llL`llIì 9. month iỄì‹:iirỊ I0. day nnay 11. week Í`LJỵẵl", ie T2. weekdays í"ỊẸìy (lZ.l'ìì .r'tv.i."”Ị:`y tforìịi ỈLì.ì:Ĩ 13. weekegnd CLJỆJI ltlẫìlĩ 14. date rì:J,.'l'yv'. ttìẩsrìq. rì.”:lìì 15. today iìljĩìì Iìziy” 16. tomorrow rì'ịjày nìni 17. yesterday lìòrĩì f`iLi:ĩ 18. last week ltlẩìấì lỉL:'(ỉC 19. thxis week itl'z`i"ì iìậiỵ/ 20. next week ltiẽăiì †Ủi 21. every day Iììói i7ę'];ìy llìiLiíĨ”i !`‹`“.ĩlẸ,r'ì 22. once a week "ĩLỆrỄ l`L)l'Iì I1^4‹_ị4: l."ỉ` 23. twice a week lIzv.,`1ĩ1,:.:"liìr:ă .`1.'ì 24. three times a week :I lll l "r'i l,.- Talk about the calendar. Share your answers. What's today's date? /t's March 70tI1. 1. How often do you come to School? What day Ỉ5 it? It's Tuesdaỵ. 2. HOW long have you been in this school? What day was yesterday? It was Mondaỵ. I 8
  29. 29. v 2001 Ế xix llv' nì In ĩIl@ PAPRQỀ1.. fil iti_ Iìtl IIl Ill `Ỉ tì MAY st IoN IKI skill tìlqzầllll s'r l MAR7 _ìL_ LNDẶ LI__l77 'l_ly Iìđl I I JUN sL'. l‹›Y Ill ìlrll llil III I sI` I(? I tl) Iìllμ I i L l 2 3 _T Kl II lll l." lf› 17 "Ĩ Zi 3>i _sL II`I ĩI'l t`in III ll'i lll .lll 16 27 Use the new language. lNDEP^Ei`DEliKE DAV r. CL08íli'ill`-lẫị il: Look at the ordinal numbers On page 14. Use ordinal numbers to say the date. It's [une .5th. /t's the ñfth. Talk about your birthday. Lịch The Calendar Months of the year Thậilìq Trong llám 25. January TlìíỀ:ìn'I iìì(_3! 26. February Tllểlilũ l`xr.'I. 27. March Tlì`l]lìfl l>`: 28. April TlìIa!ìv'i TL!” 29. May Tlì.!!ìr`.g Jií'-sìì 30. lune iĨi'v.!'ĩv.i `l:,t 31. July Tììịlĩilji lĨ`‹:_y' 32. August Tl r:iìcỊ ĩ.l'ì`. 34. October Tlĩặsíỉq I”.Ĩ.J“oI 35. November TÍĩậ'1ĩì:] Iì`LJ`Ò'i :ì1"Ỉ.ìi 36. December Ĩl'›'ìIì^'i i:`LI'cìl lìẬ^i Seasons Ỉ`ĨÙa 37. spring xtàẩlĩì 38. summer lì.'ì 39. I1‹ir'l`," ìilìlì Iĩlìặầl anniversary ỉV".›.`J›' ky? i'liLj::ìì 43. legal holiday i"'!.v`ì'tI Iìlịềìư 44. relígious holiday i`t..i”ì`,l ạlỉ- lỏn `:ỉiĩ=.í_ì 45. appointment l`-r FĨ 46. vacation I` 1l›` :v‹jỄì: l::': My birthday is ín the Winter. My birthday is Ỉn Ịanuarỵ. My birthday ís on Ịantlarỵ twentỵ-sixth. 19
  30. 30. Money Tiền Coins Tìểìn ẵíiilì L(ìEìi.lTiỆ'n XL! V 4 yuμựeav Ả nu V, `l. 5.0l =lC 3.5.l0=l0c 5. S.50=50(t a penny/l cent a rlime/l0 cents a half dollar ›." !ì" li-Z I ĩilillll Ỉ"L` iĩ" ì:" k. l.i. v 2. 5.05 = Stt 4. 5.25 = 25c 6. $l.()0 a níckel/5 cents quarter/25 cents a silver dollar Bills TỸ` n CiỆ”Ị" I 7. 51.00 ”` 11. $50.00 a dollar ten dollars fifty dollars Viìỵ:i4.:'1 ..i`3 "..: il J=':.',: ›1: 8. $5.00 T0. 520.00 I2. 5l00.00 five dollars twenty dollars one hundred dollars 'Ji ìi Jl,`Ệ `:r i'.- lĩr. r:`,l Ways to pay Cczciì Ỉr.ớ IĨLEB ohun Bian!! 13EuI: raxĩt I'-mm* sự ẺlỈầDUỈlI 'ẵĩ Ill 15. credit card 17. traveler's checek ĩiì- ĨxíìỈl1Ĩl'Ĩl Z `..:1 l."."` 14. personal check 16. money order More vocabulary Other ways to talk about money: borrow: to get money from someone and return Ít later a dollar bíll or a one a ten-dollar bíll or a ten lend: to give money to someone and get it back later a tiive-dollar bill or a five a twenty-dollar bíll or a pay back: to return the money that you borrowed Manly 20
  31. 31. `l'i1eSe sweơters Ore only $9.99. lim looking for some sweoters. . .LJa Sắm Shopping A. shop for E. keep nìLJệỉ gíÚ` B. sell F. return b,i2n tr"ì lặìi C. pay for/ buy G. exchange tr;`i l.= li lììuzì dòi l.`~i D. give I. price tag Clìũ llẵ IỊỊJ' 'ì More vocabulary When you use a credit card to shop, you get a bill in the mail. Bills list, in writing, the items you bought and the total you have to pay. 2. regular price ` " “E L1› -l 6. price /cost 3. sale price 7. Sales tax ` . Ầ' Z Ỉ" I i 4. bar code 8. total 5. receipt 9. change l :.'”` '“`l lllll ĩì Share your answers. 1. Name three things you pay for every month. 2. Name one thing you Will buy this week. 3. Where do you like to shop? 21
  32. 32. lSll.i`‹..lll l 22 Age and Physical Description Tuóỉ Tác iỵlà Tiìé Ci1á't I. children 4. 6-year-old boy Ỉil' :ịl'Jíì tìŕl ll‹Il 6 ĩtláẵl 2. baby 5. T0-year-old girl v`lil t:I,. btầ f_`/lưñl 10 iLl`Ỉl: 3. toddler 6. teenagers ?fe lì'l' tlì:ìIĩlì Ỉlì`=,`Li Iìlễìĩì 7. 13-Year-old boy Ỉl`ỈltS^Ll'l`ĩtLÌIĨ 13 ỈLIÔI 8. l9-year-old girl il`:›itLi›I"íỈJ“ i9t1iỐi 9. adults Iì"ìLJ'Ò“l lCJ“l`. 13. young 17. average height flz'Ệ rÍiì'lỈ,".J l^; z'1 lx't:i"Ị lĩiiĩtì 14. middle-aged 18. short ỲiLJI` i ‹'ìĩ-'l.'x'ì `^Ĩ.'v`I.IỊị: TS. elderly 19. pregnant lẠl`dlli , ... ,“, lì.`L"l“`i^iì Ẹ`.(`J 16. tall l"i1"rl «,'zf› 20. heavyset Talk about yourself and your teacher. l am ỵoung, average height, and average Weight. My teacher is a middle-cĩged, gril, _thin man. 21. average weight lịñĩì rìặ:í"_.] ỈILIIỀQ tĩìrìh 22. thin/slim A›Ỉ`:y' tlì<ìiì 23. attractive aị» t^i‹11ì 24. cute "` LI'cμ'i`-.ì Use the new language. q woman dẩtrì l,ĩ`Ệvl n man díìn Óiìq . Senior Citizen bíễáĩ giá Cấẳ . physically challenged tiìL1“ƠIìLj_1 tat . sight impaired/blind iì`.'ì.t lí'lĨì ”I`.“l`l . hearing impaired/deaf l.'l: lXt'iI! ll ễA“tI Turn to Hobbies and Games, pages 162-163. Describe each person on the page. He”S Ệeavỵsett shortt Senior Citizen.
  33. 33. Mò Tã Tóc Describing Hair rĩzị dẫ 'Trends tiair Salon ,-sờ v ,aj NOAPP¶ NECESSARY SHAMPO0 Ệ BLƠW DRW' CUT bth ° Ồ . bangs . black hair tóc che trán tóc den 2. shoulder-length hair 9. straight hair 16. blond hair A. cut hair tóc dài ngang vai tóc thắng tóc vàng cất toc 3. long hair 10. wavy hair 17. brown hair B. perrn hair tóc dài tóc gợn sóng tóc nâu với tóc 4. part 11. curly hair 18. brush C. set hair ré dường ngoi toc quan ktợc kiểu bùa chải cuộn tóc 5. mustache 12. bald 19. scissors D. color hair/dye hair ria mép hói đầu kéo nlulộm tóc 6. beard 13. gray hair 20. blow dryer ràu quai nón tóc bac máy sấy tóc 7. sideburns 14. red hair 21. rollers tóc mai tóc đỏ Ổrìg ctrộn tóc More vocabulary Talk about your hair. hair stylist: a person who cuts, sets, and perms hair My hair is long, straight, and brown. hair salon: the place where a hair stylist works I have long, straight, brown hair. When I was a child my hair was short, Curlỵ, and blond. 23
  34. 34. 24 Family Gia Đinh Tom Leeĩs Family '- ỗ'a"dPa'e"*5 2. grandmother bè hang 6. father đlí 3. grandfather Ông 4. parents CII un Rose T0 5. mother Daniel Alex 9. brother . IIIICII trai 1 2. cousln Ủlll M 7. (Min and Lu's) grandson cháu trai (Cua Min và Lu) `l Mario Ana Garcia's / . Family 13. mothervln-law 14. father-in-law mẹ vợ' bô vợ Martấ° ' .Carlos ĩĩto 20. (`lito's) wife O lL`Ủa lilli) vợ Ĩẵẵsister-in-law 16. blrothẹr-in-law 19, husvband Chị dàu anh TÊ chồng Ẩlicej Eddie Sara° ` Felix M17. niece 18. nephèw 21. daughter 22. son -_r Chau gai Chát! trai çon gái con trai More vocabulary Lily and Emily are Min and Lu's granddaughters. Daniel is Min and Lu's son-in-law. Ana is Berta and Mario's daughter-in-law. Share your answers. 1. How many brothers and sisters do you have? 2. What number son or daughter are you? 3. Do you have any children?
  35. 35. Giậa Ðinlì Family Lisa Smithĩs Family 23. married 25. single m other l V`l RiCk` 4 l,Li` gị_ l, Carol _ `ỸỈ.l o 28. stepfather David /. ~” , V .Ỹ}lẳv^ẳ^ ' ` . tịt o 14 ` ,_" A' .. J 29. half brother 30. half sister "i` More vocabulary Carol is Dan's former wife. Sue is Dan's wife. Dan is Carol's former husband. 24. divorced ì;.4 `,l - ỹ Ả ư goi ` Ệ`çg _il/A I_ x , , kl ø^zẢ'Ĩ4ề. gụ Ỳø Ấ' y ầxel v-. s ra , .:Xấu . L `.` Err i I Ầ g l ic. ”. .` l ,., 1. ll tg ,I 26. single father V“l`ỆE xl xxỉ“ ll"r.iĨ ICI”,/'fíĩì :A y 'øấa'fę `i,._`_Ị 214) Dan Ờ `°°` ` Sue , .- S Ể~~. ' X K 1'. e F-.A , 'Í /ø?^"Ĩ`”`ì r“`^i , ,K " - °.°-.i'“ Danki'="^~ .~**` g' Sue Ị L. ' ("r'N rv`” Lisa _ Ề `.Ỹ xị g , , Iirlilętlĩl Ẫflfitkiổầ/I X ạ. 'I l...L. ..z.ì.. l . XFN/ " -° 31. stepmotller xX .. , Kim `i Ì _' gg Bil] `- `ti L. 4. 4k`^ .":p ' i ,' F” ".`g Ạ! 1 .` .C ,giẵẵl ` 32. stepsister 33. stepbrother Rick is Carol's husband. Lisa is the stepdaughter of both Rick and Sue. I l i v ĩ"_ 25
  36. 36. 26 0 A.M.'-"=*ẳ` t ..`Ể""., '‹ V. Ệ'Ệ'=“ị.g^`Ãĩr::“7 . make lunch K. work l‹,lzì . . Ĩ".:`:i "' -'Ị . take the children to school L. go to the market <ỂLì`.. ` ` !`:.-V ‹ii ciì<J` C. take a shower H. take the bus to school M. leave work ẫưlrlĩl LỈỈ `: ' i " "Ĩ l'L`:`i .-= ' D. get dressed I. drive to work/ go to work ỀlTc_LC qLIỀìn:"o 'r 7' T ` -1. E. eat breakfast l. be in school :x'ìAỈ.I:`.`-Í “:Ĩ i"'7C`l‹ Ìv l`Ệ Grammar point: 3rd person singular For he and she, we add -s or -es to the verb. These Verbs are different (ìrregular): He/She Wakes up. be He/She is in school at 70:00 a.m. He/She watches TV have He/She has dinner at 6:30 p.m.
  37. 37. Công Việc Hàng Ngày Daily Routines N. clean the house R. have dinner V. read the paper quét dọn nhà iln tối đọc bao 0. pick up the children S. watch TV W. exercise don Con Ở nhà gL`ii trẻ Iem T.V. tập IM dục P. Cook dinner T. do homework X. go to bed níu Cơm tổi làm bài tập dl ngủ Q. Come home/ get home U. relax Y. go t‹› sleep VI nhà nghi ngơllxủ hơi dl ngu Talk about your daily routine. Share your answers. I take a shower in the morning. 1. Who makes dinner in your family? I go to ịcịogl ín [hẹ evening. 2. Who goes to the market? /go to bgt at ẸỊW. 3. Who goes to work? 27
  38. 38. _flv Life Events Diển Bien Trong CUỘC Sciiĩjj A. be born ìĨ.1rìlì r:. B. start school bệt dẳztl l,i l""': ' ' “L " DEPẮR a. F s C' lmmlẵrale © lh`?"7ỉdẵlẵlliTc`›òỸ I nlĩ ip Czềrìh D. graduate lol llt_ll`llỊ_`l) E. learn to drive hoc l ` F. join the army (lí llỉli 't._I.1.iI'...l.:iì G. get a job tliĩì `JỈ:.`.L: H. become a Citizen llìẩinh <'.Ể::ì l”-'.l`^1lì l. rent an apartment nìu`o“rì :ìỊ7ailrIì=_~rìl l. go to college dí l`=Ệỉv-'3 d-1Ỉlìl'JC K. fall in love y:`.›Ll nh:zLl L. get married lừịp rii.` đlỉìlì/lịíịi l`l(Jl`l Grammar point: past tense These Verbs are different (irregular): start immigrate be - was have - had learn graduate get - got buy - bought join +ed move +d become - became rent retire go - went 28 travel dle fall - fell
  39. 39. ',‹'3zvx;›.'uIý:;ữF.vF:eL=‹&›-':f.;: :.“›.t:l.`-,7:s - Ỹiç' Rtgistro lỉlnil tna angtlra hlgl slllll Ễ Ế RESlDEtJT ALlVẺll 1"“:'.`vFỆỀ""*n*›"""n”" l . Ế I - ' 4lμĩừI l^ PEREZ,MARTiN _SL oi-O5›:ẻ5 , 6013395414 ltt& dt nJt1n1lmtu manlll Ịamz 7Ệ'rI^ /:ptt F/.;/ng/,, ' 110-ze-40 -'^l'*n'Y›‹ ..-.vz.t4Ị:: flrẵ ii-w rrlllllẵdŕìl 0`ĩ›Ĩẩ ® Mì_ lũ”” CALlFORNlA ũñiV` ,, Dnl.vvEll cuss I: i - 987'65-432! Ệ .__,I l PEỀEZ, MARTN i ,Li/, , L .Ậịi @l Lo ơlrữấậpl lk ỀỸẨỸ ẵắ lịẫẵẵ `ìlilI`ỉvl`ìll'lii nl“.ll`ll†le ____,- l tĩullfurllla 5tJ[t ltlllurrslru V. . .a Rkl-(`›l=- 'Ð-'=" -Ỹ.llẵl1i.lE..;`Ll."l.l`lL'l“.L“`F" `l` - ”” ” l I-rlư`r">í`. PERFZ. MARTIN I r . . ,, Dl U . ` i.rAxìTlIi _A.l.3l`l .F'F^-“lt” v li l' Ị l y l e ụp. I tii . .' ^ . ir -': ` l -. q ra '.Ij IDPỈĨZ ll _ I, 7 ° l ROSA .MẦF l K Ấ Ố More vocabulary When a husband dies, his wife becomes a Widow. When a wife dies, her husband becomes a widower. When older people stop working, we say they retire. Talk about yourself. I Was born ín 1968. I immigrated in 7990. Ị".~" CL^ C SJ.'Ĩj M. have a baby N . travel ì O. buy a house P. move Q. have a grandchild íỆ`.',I 1 R. die g 1. birth certificate 2. diploma 3. Revsident Alien card 4. drÍver's license 5. Social Security card i 6. Certificate of Naturalízation `“ì '_μ .r;^`: 7. college degree 8. marriage license 9. passport I learned to drive ỉn 7987. Life Events 29
  40. 40. Feelings Cảm Giác I. hot lìilgilìll 2. thirsty kxĨ`Ẩl 3. sleepy l..J.”ìI`z ll'1 . 4. cold l;1iìl` 5. hungry n*J_' 6. full lìtl 7. comfortable ấi*Lĩ'ẫ` lìì Ểv 8. uncomfortable Ĩlv'“ị-I'll lllI.,i;l! Iìi-iĩ 9. disgusted ‹ĩiìt::`. '1iĩ‹Jt 10. calm Ụ lili ilĩìlì T1. nervous Lịlri l'ảlìf."r`ẫ'l iìljl l'1lỈ>i'J 12. in pain '.l.'=.l Li1“Jỉì 13. Worried I ^y 14. sick cẫrìì IS. well llì4:3', lxlĩoe lặìỉ 16. relieved lìç'-Ỷ l'ề I7. hurt Liíìti 18. lonely Ệtẫl Ỉgỉvỉằlĩ l-”= `ỉì 19. in love ','v.'t: lili.:-,Ệ 30 More vocabulary furious: very angry terrified: very scared overioyed: very happy exhausted: very tired starving: very hungry humiliated: very embarrassed Talk about your feelings. I feel hzĩggìỵ When I see my friends. I feel bgmgsick When I think about mịỮịMỵ~
  41. 41. Cãìln Ciểc Feelings sad g l..l`ỊI"n r;ì.L homesick lìlì'ĨỊ lìlì.; proud ` ìĩ“1:`..;._`:" lll`i`ư`1'l excited "`íỆ:l li'Ệ :.u li=.ì‹j l`lLl`ll»] scared " `.ì embarrassed l'::,` '‹.Ĩ= llìíglì 1'ĩLJiĩ'Ị bored ‹.l`n.'i!i CỈ“.1o"",i confused ijtẫì ifỊỂỈ frustrated tliểii 'ìĩilij angry Eìẻỉĩìrì vltiI` upset bt,i'C l.)L_`:`: 31. surprised r ` i›" "ĩl `i;i:"` 32. happy 4 .vl .Ĩ' 33. tired l.` ì il`i" Use the new language. Look at Clothing I, page 64, and answer the questions. 3. How does the woman at the bus stop feel? 1. How does the runner feel? 4. How do the teenagers feel? 2. How does the man at the bus stop feel? 5. How does the little boy feel? 31 lvl_
  42. 42. 32 AGraduation .LỆ É The Ceremony l K ,ll“'Ểl F i” . 1 l l l `; l 3 ' ` iiíị ' ' Ẹ Ĩl' ẵĨ`ẫ`ll : `.^Ĩ l 'll 1'./itb l ,J-“ii/ "ì Í l r ' êẩ _,rộ› ' Í't Lfjjị "”-ị.`ổ_'l'~Ỉ- Ị, `l l l › .r "rl' 'lil ' k, ~.lt _ i ``ì °l" "l Ấ l Ụ l ỂỊ ắt lẽ ự ,`- - " l I l`. T I '_ l Ill lll '. 1 ,. l `_,r` I I V l' 'I lẻ / -M, JIN. "..*` ,li `° fill “.J“gfĨ8 i ` lt_/`..ằT"" `Ị:~‹ ề” . I Ị Ấ g ĨÐ ịấ i"ŕl A T ." ĩẫỉl iii'-`“`‹"›`^ , ._ fl y 1 ` -_l`lỹ` .' V 4 Ị l ii kl "~ †L `Ĩ.` l H _Ỉ `:g ~` t / I L_ vl vv l illx. › .lili .` - -u-' Í , Ạ ll "` 'T Dv"llzL T r f ` G kễ~ Ố- ự" `<“^'l R I. graduating class 5. podium 9. guest speaker B. applaud / clap `: I ' , `..`r:._Ệll VĨ A"Ệ.u `v'ĨỆlì VỎ lạìy 2. gown 6. graduate IO. audience C. cry Ế "` 'l Ĩl ‹.ĩi:`iììì" l líhóc 3. cap IT. photographer D. take a picture 7. diploma ' ` 1 - `l`. `."›`.i~"t ClìLJỊJ aỉìlì 4. stage ` A. graduate E. give a speec 8. valedictorían ỈLỈỆ .v`:I`iì' ,ịẫ tioc ‹'Ĩ a.z'ì 'v/‹'::`. Talk about what the eo le in the ictures are doin . P P P 8 taking a picture. graduating. She is giving a speech. He 1.5 making a toast. They are hugging. smiling. clapping. kissing. laughing. applaudíng.
  43. 43. A Graduation I2. caterer 15. banner iì:ì.:`”l yV`..:"› Ịrl"_` Z Ị "ll`l lị r x.ĩ ` "'“i`l ill 16. dance floor 13. buffet 1 ` I4. guests lx.l`t:~É"" Share your answers. 1. Did you ever go to a graduation? whose? 2. Did you ever give a speech? Where? 3. Did you ever hear a great speaker? Where? llil" 17. D] (disc jockey) l", "lt l*Ỉ " 18. gifts H. laugh Z l í. .;I.'ồv`Ì F. kiss l. make a toast l'.,.` :"4L`.rμ: :Ỉ".`ỉ`r`.T C. hug l. dance 4. Did you ever go to a graduation party? 5. What do you like to eat at parties? 6. Do you like to dance at parties? 33
  44. 44. IV 34 Places to Live Cho O` Ol `> O l -μ".*7 Fx ^-' "ẵ,` . 1, l /I m Hiìi U yi, r ^..r ` Ilằẫ ì * › I` lv v l Ẹ .' x, " ` ` L .ẠL aị-L l ` ŕs ' `~ x " 1. the cit /an urban area 2. the Suburbs 3. a small toAIn 4. the countr /a rural area Y llì iY`lỈì t`,`“`.`." lĨi.."ii :` l `l.`. 1.1 ^:: l ì'ì _I " 4 “ ` "›` `Ị`.i"` "..Íri Ỉ"E",lỉ1 .lị .Ầ Í hy - A* `“' ..ụịf-v"-'” L, I' r - 1.l..l.`l L 5. partment building 6 house 7. townhouse 'ì=ì.'vw VV: `Ê L“.”. “- ` :.r ` :ìlì'4 `,“ì'”l '”lẵ"›.'-. :,4:`: v. `“"' ”.‹.e`L;' ể"z="Ệị-- . 8. mobile home í l:r: x“,l`“',“:“u_Ji,v‹`:ì 'ĨlLl't`i”x, Lịcựzsrcz. 7,, 9. college dormỉtory 1.`l`‹LJ"iv”i'μ`ti' rỉlll iìỉ'Jĩ`. 'ìv; lì:,l' ,I 10. Shelter lIlil‹_1flll`ll ` .. l , .Ỉ- 11. nursing home More vocabulary duplex house: a house dívíderl into two homes condominium: an apartment building Where each apartment is owned separately co-op: an apartment building owned by the residents Share your answers. I. Do you like where you live? 2. Where did you live in your country? 3. What types of housing are there near your school?
  45. 45. Renting an apartment .` .Ll`O`n lxpartrĩìont Utilities ừ Ore Included. A. look for a new apartment B. talk to the manager C. sign a rental agreement tlnì ìr›ậĩĩtiìì›,`lìl '."V:1i ĩìoi Cl`xiỵĩ:.:ì " `ì r“"`. Ị '.Ỹĩ. '.@ư1'z Ệ- 21. ›lvỷ›';F1IĨl`LI("Ĩìlìltviẳ D. move in E. unpack F. pay the rent don v:`.O iììo' tlìilĩìn tra lì,.". 117 :“l›:' iìlìĩ= Buying a house Li; ' v G. talk to th Realtor iuĩoi ChUyL.iì 'v.rLv` i`~li` `l 'ì lì' ` l.,"` ll ^lì` li.: gị .` i" H. make an offer I. get a loan 'i " IỈ:`,I Í.: " i `T" Ị L l. take ownership K. arrange the furniture L. pay the mortgage lrllìl,l="“`. l"' i,.` :'= More vocabulary Practice talking to an apartment manager. lease: a rental agreement for a SỊ)CClllC period of time How much is the rent? utilities: gas, water, and electricity for the home Are utilities included? When can I move in? 35
  46. 46. 36 A artments A-part-ment 1. first floor 6. playground 11. vacancy sign làu mot sản Chol bảng cho mướn nhà 2. second floor 7. fire escape 12. manager/ superintendent làu hai chô ttìoát khi hoa hoạn rìgưởl quán ly 3. third floor 8. intercom/speaker 13. security gate lầu ba loa truyền thanh ủng bảo vệ 4. fourth floor 9. security system 14. storage locker lầu bốn hè thông báo động kho chứa dồ 5. roof garden 10. doorman 15. parking space vươn trên mal nha người gác cứa cho dậu xe More vocabulary rec room: a short way of saying recreation room basement: the area below the street level of an apartment or a house Talk about where you live. l live in Agartment 3 near the entrance. l live in Apanment ll on the Second floor near the fire escagl.
  47. 47. A-part-ment A artments ' Ờ T 'fũ' Ồịýđửii vs' ‹-':`ẹ~ " 16. swimming pool 23. fire exit 30. doorknob hò bơi I hồ tám lõi thoát khi hoa hoạn qua nam cưa 17. balcony 24. trash chute 31. key ban-công máng dd rác Chìa khoa l8. courtyard 25. smoke detector 32. landlord sản chính (giửa khu nhà Ở) máy báo dộng khi có khoi chu nha 19. air conditioner 26. stairway 33. tenant máy diều hoà khòng khi càu thang ngươi mu'Ơn nha 20. trash bin 27. peephole 34. elevator thung rác lô nhìn thang may 21. alley 28. door chain 35. stairs dưởng hẻm dây xich cứa Câu thang 22. neighbor 29. dead-bolt lock 36. mailboxes hàng xóm Ổ khóa Chat Ché thung ttìư Grammar point: there is, there are Talk about apartments. singular: there is plural: there are My apartment has an elevator, a lobbỵ, and a rec room. There is a fire exit ín the hallway. My apartment doesn't have a_gLJl or a garage. There are mailboxes in the lobb)I. My apartment needs air Conditioning. 37
  48. 48. III, HỈẢIIIÍ I. floor plant 7. garage door T3. steps 19. gutter I họa dô kiên trúc Cú“a iìha dẻ Xe bệìc thang I'anlì máng xỏi 2. backyard 8. screen door 14. front walk 20. roof Sàlĩ Sau Cu^J.ì lU“Ởi lôi vào trưO'C Iììai Iìha 3. fence 9. porch light 15. front yard 21. chimney hàng lao den trị1'O”C lĩlêlì Sảlì tru”o'c Ỏỉìg l‹lìÓi 4. mailbox 10. doorbell 16. deck 22. TV antenna thỉlrìg llìti' Clìuỏĩìg Sảzrì, boong aỉìg-ten T.`/. 5. driveway 11. front door 17. window lỏi Xe vào Cu`a tru'O'C CL`i“a SỂJ 6. garage 12. storm door T8. shutter nlìà ‹:iẻ Xe CLiỉ“a bào vẻ (khi troi Cu'íì Clĩop giôrĩg báo) Share your answers. 1. What do you like about this house? 2. What's something you don't like about the house? 3. Describe the perfect house. More vocabulary two-story house: a house with two floors downstairs: the bottom floor upstairs: the part of a house above the bottom floor 38
  49. 49. Sản A Yard I. hedge 8. sprinkler I«,, ,," 2. hammock 9. hose `‹V'í.`l l “i 3. garbage can 10. compost pile ầ"ưur'. É ' .` .. _, ,ĩ, ll. rake - l 12. hedge clippers 4. leaf blovwer 5. pati‹› furniture l`."ì:ì 'lll' ” =`lì l " . , 6. patio 13. shovel .rZ, i",l:t :lăi 7. barbecue grill 14. trowel tl ‹›`..“4,`“`: l Talk about your yard and gardening. I like to rglant trees. I don 't like to iveed. I like/don't like to Work in the yard/garden. 15. pruning shears 22. lawn mower "`=~°l""' l`.Ị,'‹',lZx”" 16. wheelbarrow A. weed the flower bed ~ Ỉ'.ă ! Ĩ,v'.I'ìỈ'l lẩtlli li.,lì Ỉ.,.'Ệ/r"l lìl“›‹“2 17. xvatering can B. water the plants "' "` `. -L›i l`Ll`:`‹: Ìu°Ó`Í v.:t`=.v,r' 18. flowerpot C. mow the lawn Ề` S. l llvøịl iv`.`:ì.] Cậlìl :ÌL`a 19. flower D. plant a tree "`4= l trorìn L: 20. bush E. trim the hedge I ĩll tiíi !1‹`1",1 ".Ĩ,:LI 21. lawn F. rake the leaves :"'v.J`l v:.'r Ỹ'”,l"ì V t, cíìo Íặì Share your answers. 1. What flowers, trees, ‹)r plants do you see in the picture? (Look at Trees, Plants, and Flowers, pages 128-129 for help.) . Do you ever use a barbecue grill to cook? 39
  50. 50. 1. cabinet :"l 1'ì ill 2. paper towels tl` `.`ỵ' iẫlll 3. dish drainer f~`.‹ỈìIìr.I rịlìvàrì 4. dishwasher iìirịlv lLlí(*Ị u,:iì1,:I`x 5. garbage disposal Iììa`j,r' .',':y l ìĩ 6. sink ir,'l ll`. 7. toaster Iìĩvqịø rìtJỉ'lr:›”`. lí'”lĩìiì lì"i 8. shelf 9. refrigerator ill] Ĩtgỉĩìlì IO. freezer tμ`l íi^ỈIlìI': lvlĩĨ`l`i ll. coffeemaker Iìì Ey lcvc tĨnÍ`plZ" 12. blender f`l^l i`~7I “X lll/ 13. microwave oven lia ll" `:,!t:r.'.';i.”Pj 14. electric can opener iìĩ,Iìỵ rìatịv' lĩiỊ`ụ› Talk about the location of kitchen items. The toaster oven is pn the COLỊỂ near the stove. The microwave is above the stove, 15. toaster oven lrl ĩìLl‹.ì!ìVl i.›ị`:ĩ`ulì 16. pot lìlìl 17. teakettle riỂ`i Iĩr^iLl lĩu“CC 18. stove i:`i`t`› lx) 19. burner l_`ll"^ll 20. oven lua 21. broiler lc; i:.J'I,i:ì-'Ị Share your answers. 24. pan 22. counter '.l Ll vii 'yr 23. drawer ỉìq.ì:ì lxíau Cl "ì'ĨẶ' 25. electric mixer I':ì.ì~/ tiíĩỳiì 26. food processor llìvĩly' í,`lìv.`,- l^Ệ“E`,'lT v;i‹.Ị`r ếllì 27. cutting board llilíizl 1. Do you have a garbage disposal? a dishwasher? a microwave? 2. Do you eat in the kitchen?
  51. 51. 8. candlestick 1.`.“:i_,* `Ỉ'._μ”l"`] I`›V " 1.-china cabinet lL`l llLl`lĨ"l Clìlìlì tìệìt 2. set of dishes 9. vase l.rvtJ ííl:“: ỈỊvI!“.l“1 ‹`.`A"vi l" lì l1`ẩivI" “l 3. platter 10. tray li:`.`1 'r,"`: 'ặ`,v' 4. ceiling fan 11. teapot llLlx,ll lléilì l,lIìlì ll. 5. light fíxture I2. sugar bowl íiltli :Zhi lị: "”`l llllllịlvlilĩ 6. Serving dish 13. creamer ',l‹1ĩỉì Ỉir›x;:.`‹"`-'.1Itll”*-':"v` 7. candle 14. saltshaker lĨl.Vvỉ`.` l1ìl.':, :ì:.:4Ỉ7ì` Practice asking for things in the dining room. Please pass the platter. May / have the crealgẽ Could I have M, please? Ph 15. pepper shaker l`g.l i t`:: [l`V'Ll 16. dining room chair 'lll-Ị' r`.l'.`,`I,"` `l'ì 17. dining room table lr,I!ì ,íì 18. tablecloth 2‹iì."5il l.7.ì:ì T9. napkin l›«lin1ll›.iiì 20. place mat l.,`ìĩYì `:`rl 21. fork l"lt *lil Share your answers. Ong Án A Dining Area 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. coffee cup l`ì".l`I r`”E lg`lll`l` mug l,`‹“ `4“j :jLl .Il Ĩ‹.ự 1. What are the women in the picture saying? 2. ln your home, where do you eat? 3. Do you like to make dinner for your friends? 41
  52. 52. 7 Ầbh T `í ;"l, A Living Room Phòng l<háClĩ ÍĐ llllllll il Ĩ. bookcase 8. mantel 15. floor lamp 22. magazine holder tLJ Saclĩ lììật lo su'Ơi deiì San nlìa dò du'ng tạp Cl`lÍ 2. basket 9. fireplace 16. drapes 23. coffee table rỏ lo SLi'Ớl nìàn cứa bỉìrì Cả1'phè 3. track lighting _ 10. fire 17. window 24. armchair/easy chair bộ delì dl clìLlyéi“ rdUọ”c lLi'a cLi“a SÔ glìẽ dụ`a çịlìẻ bànlì 4. lightbulb 11. fire screen 18. plant 25. love seat borìg rlẻệzì ltrol Clìŕlĩì lú`a Cây giìỏ Sa-lỏng Clìo dỏi tìrìlì 5. ceiling 12. logs 19. sofa/couch llllall lràiì Iìlìà Ctii çịlìẽ Sa`lÒrĩg 26. TV (television) 6. wall 13. wall unit 20. throw pillow T'V^ tU'ỜXĩg tL`J kẹ gõi dựa 27. carpet 7. painting 14. stereo. system 21. end table llìalll tranh lìệ thong SlEl`GO balĩ Cuối μ Use the new language. Talk about your living room. Look at Colors, page 12, and describe this room. In my living room I have a sofa, two chairs and There is a graỵ sofa and a gray ịrmchair. ' l don't have a fireglace or a Wall unit. 42
  53. 53. Phòng Tám A Bathroom ` i 1. hamper Clíì CllL1”ỉz y'-phLlC lĨì.'^ly' Ir: 2. bathtub hẵñiì t'=.rìì 3. rubber mat liĨíi'ìì C:“:0`ì:LJ 4. drain LitJ“t3`Iìí] llìL.=‹3Ĩ IìLlL'3t: 5. hot water ĩìLl`O“‹: lĨC-lìμl 6. faucet 'von I`L:'O“C 7. cold water !`.Li'rjfỊ: l;ìlil`: More vocabulary l 8. towel rack ẩ,L`:`v,r' :'L:L^l kit lrì 9. tile ĨvĨ'il` ễ"."Í 10. showerhead `~.'L7Ỉ t.=iiĩì 11. (minilblinds lĨĨl'lVl ỂĨLiẪVl lĨllĨl` 12. bath towel lVxÍ:`,cì'Z †'ìIìĩ 13. hand towel ễxl'ì':"l lĩiìl lvìỵr' 14. washcloth ll: .:K ;:Ề:`.,." half bath: a bathroom without a shower or bathtub linen closet: a closet or cabinet for towels and Sheets stall shower: a shower without a bathtub l is e 15. toilet paper 22. sink <ìì'^ `ø'‹Ệ lzlì :rì T6. toilet brush 23. soap .I t`l!Ll` '.:.:.: Inịĩì-Ị'.`“ìv:Jỉì'.j ĩ(í.ì t.ìLlrì‹ị.] 17. toilet 18. mirror s' v ':,ìĩ-"J“I"`..i 25. wastebasket T9. medicine cabinet ll"ll"" l l` `Ll 'L`Ỉ'."",“: ll`Lll.z"`Ì 26, Scale 20. toothbrush " ` " l:v.:lĩ L:iì.vi :i.“s'ì" ',s",1 27. bath mat 21. toothbrush holder l Cl`5 <lLll`ư›t l 'zai .V ,Ì 1 ìll ỉ. ".,Ị Share your answers. 1. Do you turn off the water when you brush your teeth? Wash your hair? shave? 2. Does your bathroom have a bathtub or a stall shower? 43 li
  54. 54. A Bedroom Phong i`lgú dì. Ậịĩũ “..cư`‹'l».r,-rs ›~.g,x.: 22. dust ruffle i‹llĩl lll! «_l".ẵ.l ri:.l'ultì‹Ị vặìy” l.Ịr,llkl`ĨJlll`lŕl 1. mirror B. bed 15. headboard ;11”(i`iìIji ưvi `y,ll,":`y,`g 2. dresser/bureau 9. pillow 16. clock radio 23. rug l!r_ìli l!.'‹.:`v 1 ij:-giìì Fl`Jl ifí7ĩì›ì IĨVỰ llìưlllì 3. drawer 10. pillowcase 17. lamp 24. floor Iì4Ị;1!ìỈNL;r.› i *I v".Ịl ii.-ĩì .~:r'ìIĩ rĩlĩặi 18. lampshade 25. mattress :`f:ĩA rỊ,L1'ă›r'r"_i `:l'l.iị`v ‹'E›,-Ti lì”'lll 5. Curtains 12. blanket 19. light switch l!*:x:`: l':LIí= iìv. l.Ệl!‹.l`1 :.;fJĩĩV::'Ia~Ệ 4. closet 11. bedspread l"Ĩĩ^: ll1:?`Ĩ) Ỉilĩ) <`,LJ‹°1iì 'ø“" ^ 26. box spring L,l`V1'r'Ị ll'ì XCJ iì:,ìIì‹:] rìnịziĩl 6. window Shade 13. flat sheet 20. Outlet 27. bed frame iĨ”rx:` 1 l`lì':I“ lrỉz' Vil'.ỉ`l.`li”l l, l':ĩ 'i '_'lì ềxl`L1'ì`”i _.Iỉ":ìIì 7. photograph 14. fitted sheet 21. night table 'ęiìiì l`,l”lì 'rl:.L'i ll .ỉ l.,rắ"1 vk""`Ỉ ›_.Ịl`.:'';l”' 'Ị l,‹.:l l` .3 Use the new language. Share your answers. 1. What is your favorite thing in your bedroom? 2. Do you have a Clock in your bedroom? Where is it? 3. Do you have a mirror in your bedroom? Where is iti Describe this room. (See Describing Things, page 11, for help.) I see ẽ,âQft Qillow and a beautiful bedsgre-il.
  55. 55. Phỏng i°"gú Trẻ Con A Children's Bedroom 1. bunk bed 7. bumper pad L' 1ti"Lz'rì" illllr !ì!`^iìi l l `v'vl"‹ì llI`ì l 4 l r C - J 2. comforter 8. Chest of drawers C:lìc'1rì Ị')iìLJ lj1ìLl'oI`ì.'1 tL`l IỈl.llĩỆl rìfJ l:ỊLiậ'lil 3. night-light 9. baby monitor ll*1ĨilCll,V,ll`› l;lL`,-rì r`,.',L,i l`,ì..':ị,I Ỉiĩủij ".l`Ệv tzfẫ rĩlt 4. mobile 10. teddy bear 'Ịll“J ›Lĩlĩt`,=“l t:éì1'ì Iìrịựl 'c]'.`Ll Ẹìlrlì 5. wallpaper 11. smoke detector I._ỉị`Ji1`,'..iĨ1ĩiĩL:lỆ,flĩ-j.i !7'y'1,r' ii `› `!`,`ĩì-Ị l-l ‹,`<J lẫllil 6. crib I2. changing table IìíỆìi l ,zvì tlI'^Ẹ`_.' l,'E Talk about where items are in the room. The dollhouse is near the c`‹JlOring book. The teddy bear is on the chest of drawers. T3. T4. T5. T6. T7. 18. diaper pail tiitỉlĩlị ư',iL::ìr_j t.'0 :Ệl.j dollhouse r`lĩ:1cl:‹'jllJl1{v[,:=n blocks :,1"Ệ7 c`l"o`i lì! lì `hl`*.,. ball l',.ềlìl`: picture book I' " éV.:4:.:: Ỉì:'ìl: doll l.r..f> lJt': Share your answers. I. Do you think this is a good room for children? Why? 2. What toys did you play with when you were a child? 3. What children's stories do you know! 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. - Ạ cradle lìlrll coloring book S: Liĩli tui» lllưlill Crayons till Ĩ',J l"'xll l'lì'^:Ll l.`Ỉlll:l iễvl,I_ì puzzle L'lĨ'z (,l',‹,`,il l^ìỉl ti iìlĩ stuffed animals llìl.l Ellẵltl' `l,v-'Ịl,l" Ị toy Chest ỈLI ::3`.lí"i `.ẵx` lịiiìlụi 45
  56. 56. 46 Housework Việc Nhà . dust the furniture chủi bui bàn ghế . recycle the newspapers ttl dụng giãy báo cú . clean the oven chùlběplò . Wash the windows clìủl nĩa Cửa số sweep the floor qtlút nhà empty the wastebasket dd rác Talk about yourself. I Wash the dishes every day. I change the Sheets every week. I never dịỵ the dishes. C. make the bed dọn giường / làm giường . put away the toys dọndồchơr Vacuum the carpet hút bụt tlìám mop the floor chủt nhà . polish the furniture dúm bóng bản ghế Scrub the floor ctiủl sàn nhà Share your answers. . Wash the dishes nìlchén ma . dry the dishes lltll ltftò chén đĩa . wipe the counter liu I chủi quầy change the Sheets ttley tấm trải giường . take out the garbage didõrác 1. Who does the housework in your family? 2. What is your favorite cleaning job? 3. What is your least favorite cleaning job?
  57. 57. .'ậỈ Dụng Lau Chùi Cleaning Supplies 1. feather duster 9. squeegee 17. duęt mop ììfĩrlẵí lỏỉìíị x;Ĩ`:'-,I ILILI fklíìfì ‹,:fìL›i lau tìụi 2. recyclìng bin 10. brọom 18. furniture polish tf1L1rL'1 dL_l'IìíỊ IỊỈEĨJ Ểặìl Clĩsặầ CIì`:`Dz ỂỈĨLIÒIJ ‹ìì,ẵlìfì tầóiĩcì b.-ỉn çìfìe 3. oven cleaner 11. dustpan 19. Scrub brush !Ỹì`Jx`4', ‹;;ỈìL!` 'ĩĨJ .,Ễẵf` l:xỂỈf " -I: °:)x':!ì ‹:ầì.Ể ,,'v 4. rubber gloves 12. trash bags 20. bucket/pail tìJ.1!`:ç] ĩ:':> : . Lv"'.› Iĩ,ì': ỈIA. .,ỉl.,_i:`. ', lư” ì4'kLJ:`:ì 5. steel-wool soap pads 13. Vacuum cleaner 21. dìshwashing liquid 1ĩnL,!ìL: Ltíầ fjĨ:""ỵ ^.` `Ị,v /.‹' ;,› ‹lỀ.l,' fì`.ỉỆ Ì`LIi K. Ì g,`Ỉì`ì'. Ệ I*I:::.`“4`, ill : CÍ`I.'lì 6. rags 14. Vacuum Cleaner attachments 22. dísh towel f,:.'- "te! x' J' p`Ĩĩ1:ÌIJEVIlì`.'E`,lt'r‹.2Êf.ìLA= `nỈìỊì:ì fvZtLJ <,:Ìĩ,:1 `!'t:A*. 7. stepladder 15. Vacuum cleaner bag 23. cleanser Ệf" zỉxỉj ".,.L`“} ẫìl.IỈ l.ìLi‹ Ệ"L;Ĩcμ` :'lr1:ỊfIf_fỊ 8. glass cleaner 16. wet mop 24. Sponge fív.. xị, 2 .il `v4.ẵ 'J :”?.f` `.: I "Ĩl': ỉ`.ì"ỆJx-'ì `Í.(f"ắ5 Practice asking for the ítems. I want to wash the Windows. I have to SWCCQ the floor. Please hand me the sgueegce. Can you get me the broom please? __ * ` * m
  58. 58. 1. The water heater ÍS not working. `v`Ề13ị,'lìị1ù;r`tlỊ'J;ỉf`Ị `;i kị::_' "..*e yì ' 2. The power is out. Dẽnỉtỉì `I,`v; CÚỊZ. 3. The r‹›0f Ís Ieakíng. . T__he lock Ís_br0l‹en. U Ể“.fìỸỒ`ĩ tlị .'vr"'. ụ'› . The steps are broken. ẳ.v::_.C Iìfìzl 1,! ìlị . roofer . locksmíth Iỉìlji lxlìứờrl . Carpenter Ể`ìLẤỈ TììỘC . fuse box ..ìổịi :IỈì.L lx: .Ỉộỉ 1ì1_!F..:'ì!ììíL1íì:'ĩ.'l f'.v'.:ì`If)(Ĩ.i1LJ Ct`.Ệ 4. The Wall ÍS cracked. . electrícían . gas meter fỈfxIt'Jỳl`."] lì1ì'L `:'rI r.1'J“'L t"lt_› (Ì Ỉ:n Iìì‹”`l`,/ CĨD g.ĩ 5. The window is broken. ẨỆμz`.1 SỂẮ fỆ`vị I.` . repair person '.Ĩl"_^' :f.μIỆ: <;'lIJ':`: Use the new language. Look at Tools and Building Supplies, pages 150-151. Name the tools you use for household repairs. I use a hammer and nails to ñx a broken Steg. I use a wrench to repair a drỉggíng faucet. 48
  59. 59. Sila CiĩL`r”Ếa "':_.i Deĩĩĩĩĩ ”Í`l'OngĨ; .'ĨìŕÌs Household Problems and Repairs í “ ' r . ” ^”"»† 4 / F , 1 /.. ~ y ị ă dt, / 1 | `Ắl`_`_JVI: I x ầ d 9 f I_ / /V Á/ ` J - ,‹~/ Ấ ` ff 7.7 ` - . 'I f / ,`./ /n "“`› “ ?'i`”*7*-`-. / .μ`~ "x- ỵ .” / o .;i":'..ế.-.Ì=: › ' - K 11.5) ø H ' ,ex trị K29 Ì K,*f ơ I ø /P /'Ị *, / Ạ F ` l Ị i` X `_`7'*ƠẩpỊ. AGI. ~ ầ / I' "`x_ “r 'Ấ ^ ""i `flL`l “ ” - / / n'.x x` ' f XX; ' 1 ez/ x' ` “ì `:v“f v v' ` I I 'Ặ~ X //l lŕ _ r 7 I y Ị_ / tỉ_ `'v›A`jI.' X Q 4 "”~>` ” ' “"-x*t"x”,z^' y ,r _ ~ /' / e _ _ y ..L N, I / ® l ` - ."-,xit "Ỉ- M.I”Í ";y ì›::- g . l t ly Ị '.l Y ` k *XK 4 es; ,-Ịi › r I r` j Ẹ ŕ‹ t, Ị V I I- .Ạ , i i 15. The furnace is broken. 20. plumber 24. antts) L{!*lỈ1l'.rlhu` ll'‹' .›`.."'. I` =`l r›t`f " rì 16. The faucet is drìpping. 21. exterminator 25. cockroaCh(eS) :ì`.ỉ`L,`^` .' 1 rí “`=”-=i '-: I -` 17. The sink is overflowíng. Household pests 26. mice' lỸl',lì Ilμll.4`; I ` llízlì Vị1ilrlc.ĨTr'0ng?'iìi: “"l .Í 18. The toilet is stopped up. 22. tCrmÍte(s) 27. rat(5) 1"."Ĩì.ìE .›l " Ĩilìfllìấĩl ., `E i 19. The pipes are frozen. 23, fleats) ll-` "'ll'°V li í-l"ì"'ll Ủ `” °Note: one mouse, two I7TỈL`6' More vocabulary Share your answers. ñx: to repair something that is broken 1. Who docs household repairs in your home? extermínate: to kill household pests 2. What is the Worst problem a home can have? pesticide: a chemical that is used to kill household pests 3. What is the most expensive problem a home can have? ãμnự
  60. 60. Fruit Trái Cây tổi .I -. l O u 'lp Ĩfv - l _. V I TẢ. , ' ,npịĩxíầttễ μ_9I (rì`y"‹:i i , I ` ” . ,.i..iàỊ*.ẫ""` ` P _ I. grapes 9. grapefruít 17. strawberries 25. dates nho bưởi trái dâu (tày) chà-là 2. pineapples 10. Oranges 18. raspberries 26. prunes thơm (diíra) cam trái rát-be-ri mận khò 3. bananas 11. lemons 19. blueberries 27. raísins chuổi chanh (vàng) trái blu-be-rl nho khỏ 4. apples 12. limes 20. papayas 28. not rìpe táo (bom) Chanh (xanh) du dú chưa chín 5. peaches 13. tangerines 21. inangoes 29. rìpe dào quit xoài chin 6. pears 14. avocadoes 22. coconuts 30. rotten lẽ ĩơ dửa thối 7. apricots 15. cantaloupes 23. nuts mơ dưa kan-ta-lõp hạt 8. plums 16. cherries 24. watermelons mận trái che-ri dưa hấu Language note: a bunch of Share your answers. We say a bunch ofgrapes and a bunch 0t`bananaS. 1. Which fruits do you put Ín a fruit salad? 2. Which fruits are sold in your area Ỉn the summer? 3. What fruits did you have in your country? 50
  61. 61. Rau Vegetables I. lettuce 9. celery 17. scallions 25. string beans roll Xa'i:ìCh lịìiì iŕly iií`ìIìi'l SKC-il orì d.Ĩ1.J dãy' l'iz2lLJ Ỏtltì 2. Cabbage 10. parsley 18. eggplants 26. mushrooms baij Xtl bạĩrj CLi` rệ`.Ll lììUi trẩy CL] iilìì 7ìu'°!viĨĨ 3. carrots 11. spinach 19. peas 27. corn Cà-rót I.'3tl ĩ`›lỊVÍ“Iì.ĨỈỊil r'i:iaL.* II) "`Ĩì‹'› 4. Zucchini 12. Cucumbers 20. artichokes 28. onions úiLl”‹1 Xiìiìiì dtr' L LÌl`!.ỉộìt L1`.:° 1 ! sfv `Ẹ`.':-^xxr:.i`› vi"--Ệiìfì 5. radishes 13. Squash 21. potatoes 29. garlic JĨLJ r:.il r,it',`» ĩ°lLlμí l'ulĨíĨVư,EỈ i.'ly Ĩ‹^`Y 6. beets 14. turnips 22. yams v':*.l ítrìl :;L°1uỈỀi i`Ễ`.`:,r.- i`1l"l 7. sweet peppers 15. hroccoli 23. tomatoes of Iìrìot r. `l l.VlVỸ“l ỉỉv' -ỊL: ;"LJ.'ì 8. chili peppers 16. cauliflower 24. asparagus rj`l 1,:ẫ,ì"pi rĨ..Ể "`,lí,iĩY.. l`i‹_`t,Y Ế lt `-Í'. f` r`."^ ` i Ĩli".' Language note: a bunch 06 a head of ='e say a bunch of carrots, a bunch of celery, and a IJunCh Of Spinach. lC say a head Of lettuce, a head Of Cabbage, and a fĩead of cauliflower: Share your answers. 1. Which Vegetables do you eat raw? cookedẽ 2. Which Vegetables need to be ín the refrigeratorĩ 3. Which Vegetables dOn't need to be ín the refrigerator? 51
  62. 62. I ỈÌ I I i ,- ` g es aỷyắ ợŕ_ _ F-L Ị =_=;='ì”,ạp4 v rỊ”Ỉ;1_A`fẨ`. J” “ @`wi . r**".ơơ'ị-7'”s“"` `x. " Ịfμủf ` ” ` (jj i .A `“' . . ợv t` I , Ể . . ối .Ts Ấ-”"` , `='.pzw. r-~ V. v 'i' " it ! ì' Gì K. X V _ `_,øra-> Beef Bỏ Pork 'rầoo Lamb Cu`u I. roast beef 5' bẹẵf "bs 9. ham 13. lamb shanks ` ỉưỈ`:v"it:`ẳ Ễi"i=:.LJ^:V7Y.:l:r`E 2. steak 6' Vea_l`Ểutlet5 IO. pork chops 14. leg of lamb Ĩ`.` " ” ĩ.:- `:"fi~ŕ ĩ,1`ư;L,L.` 3. stewing beef 7' l'VỂr II. bacon 15. lamb chop TỈ' Ĩ`:`-`ì F`f:ỉ. "`^` T Ê `v^.`,i' tfìị: l..iyiJ I Ei i't! 8. tripe 4. ground beef I2. sausage l Htèá2,`Ui†a1'ili“i'Ề . iì' 1 _4_Ị_ -. -. I6. Chicken I9. breasts 22. drumsticks 24. raw chicken . " " ` . ` CiìL1`.. l` .L1 I7. turkey 20. wings 23. gizzards 25. cooked chicken " ` vĩ..Ll Ciìằỉì 18. duck 21. thighs More vocabulary Share your answers. 1. What kind of meat do you eat most often? 2. What kind of meat do you use in soup? 3. What part of the chicken do you like the most? vegetarian: a person who doesn't eat meat Meat and poultry without bones are called boneless. Poultry without skin is called skínless. 52
  63. 63. Tiệm Bán Đò Ắn Lùm Sẵn Và ĐỒ Biển Deli and Seafood 1. white bread 6. pastrami II. Swiss cheese bánh mi tráng thịt dõi phó-mát Thụy-sĩ 2. Wheat bread 7. roast beef 12. jack cheese bánh mì lua mạch thit bò nướng pho'-mát Jack 3. rye bread 8. corned beef 13. potato salad bánh mì lúa mạch den tlìịt bò muối xà-lách khoai lày 4. smoked turkey 9. American cheese 14. coleslaw thit gà tây xông khói phó-mát Mỹ xà“lảCh kôns-lo 3. salami _ 10. cheddar cheese 15. pasta salad xúc xich Y phó-mát vảng Xà-lách mì sợi Fish Cú Shellfish Củ có vỏ ' 16. trout 20. halibut 22. crab 26. mussels Ị cả hòi cả há+i-bịn cua nghêu xanh Ị 17. catfish 21. filet of sole 23. lobster 27. oysters Í cả két'físh lát cá SÔ lóbs-tơ ltòm hùm sò . 18. whole salmon 24. shrimp 28. clams ị cá xíu-mành nguyên con tóm nghêu so 19. salmon steak 25. scallops 29. fresh fish í cả xiu-mành cát lát ngao cá MƠI 1 30. frozen fish cá lỏng lenh Practice ordering a sandwich. I'd like roast beef and American Cheese On Lỵe bread. Tell what you want on it. Please put tomato, lettuce, onions, and mustard On ít. Share your answers. 1. Do you like to eat fish? 2. Do you buy fresh or frozen fish?
  64. 64. 54 The Market ChỌ` 1. bottle return lltl 'A/rễ r li‹: 2. meat and poultry Section k“UẫưTTh`[UỬ`ụí 24. soup `‹.Ị`J 25. tuna t7iỉ`t iLl-rìíi 26. beans KĨv': ' 27. Spaghetti ỉ`.`›`1 ' `i` ”"iề 3. Shopping cart `l:v: ẵir”`*.`y' Ir {`l 4. canned goods fiĨ”,l x`.i' I: 5. aisle i"Ệ" 'il [O Ciì`:j`} 28. rice 29. bread `Ỉịr,ẳl"ll 30. rolls tJThíhiLL" 31 . cookies .llì'› 33. 34. 35. . baked goods . shopping basket 10. . gìẤ,1ę. . cake 9. dairy section l_iễ.3 5'xI Iìtl“i^ịiìrỊ ỉ y 'rálìμì l`:-u`Ại`1 `ĨLi3“.`: 'Í I) í_ll "`,A manager "ilT` "' =:ìl,1.”`:". 1v,I 11. produce section l`l‹.ll"1il1n.l . 36. butter i~- lwI'tì .`1lv›,I ti 37. sour cream kk* `l`iĨ k`:`nLJ‹v1 yogurt i:1iỈÌ'tl4Vl V. ẫtJ'EỈ1Cỉ`tl:Ệ) eggs if LJ`iì`Ị 38. cheese !,"`-I.,ì"v.ì Ei milk 39. margarine v`1. ili-i``= "
  65. 65. Chọ' The Market 12. frozen foods 15. beverages 18. cash register 21. bagger '”i`t› rs' "`1Ị=z“ Ị i'ì:ìi: liì1l!,[`l"iĨ 1 Iiv.::,I illllì ỈAt:'ì :`nỊLl‹1“`i=x.llìv:" Ề`u`‹ìĨỆlμJri`Ẩ.l 13. baking products 16. snack foods 19. checker 22. paper bag rĨi_),'1Yì|ì`_|“i,:IiμỊ ư_Ị Ệ ; I:il xliil i't 'u Li lìfìilíìi lllìlì livịầlì t`i.'Ịrj J_;:;'ę,l 14. paper products 17. checkstanrl 20. line 23. plastic bag `v.r'TiiTì ỊJlì<)lĩ-'Ị Ịìir.il:ì`x ‹^Ị :i`:`v,' Ỉiĩì tt: :“1 >:F-f- iì‹=.':`.] Ồμitfì pl`ẵỈ'ÊỊ" _, f' Ị. l "`I L2- ` T 3' /V ĩễ*'1FịỊ~_gỆỆr c_, ,Xy . 40. potato chips 44. ice cream 48. sugar 52. soda i‹xi"".` Ìc`ì`yt':iì:l`:ìl.'1fiììl"i" _Z i Ịzì r`:'!` ỉil Licl':ì`Vr",Ị ỉì.ì”"“`: IĨ 7:'. 41. candy bar 45. flour 49. 0_il 53. bottled water tiì‹`ìl lí.'0 iĩnảr' 1i‹i! I YìL1t`›`.: íitìiì‹T1 Clilẫi 42. gum 46. Spices 50. apple juice 54. plastic Wrap kl_›lfl vị .'1o~'vtJ ir IỉL:“Ur; í.L›t t".I.ì v`ấ`y' fL›`v'ti'ii=` i`.".`:l 43. frozen Vegetables 47. cake mix 51. instant coffee 55. aluminum foil r'ẸL:` “iỂ`i`”Ị 1.*,="x“ì ivỉ.Ỉ;i i.ìiEì l";Y›*'l ,:`1i,llĩ-vi:`ì.':"`iv“ụv' Iìi`.""X`.`x `”,l4.-i iìi-:`,r
  66. 66. 56 6. box tiìtllĩg. iìộp 5. container đó dụ“Iìl:] 9. six-pack Xaclì “tiìtjrìq C(i 6 ciìíìi lnĩvn 10. loaf (3 ibarìiì) nìl 21. a six-pack of soda Iììột Xěìciì SỎ`ClỈì 6 iovì 22. a loaf of bread 17. a container of cottage cheese Iììcìt lìỘỊJ d,J`Iĩ`ị] loại pfìo-iììặìf nìẩìrìì. Co IììflLJ ltílnfl a bottle of soda Iììiắvt Ciìỉãr IìLJ“l:l: ĩìljjot 13. 14. a iar of iam I IììLỂ›l [l.› l:zịt tiịi' ‹.`:`l~,r l8. a box Of Cereal I'1ì(ìt Ế) balìiì Iĩì`l 15. a Can of soup Il"f`-lt lì(-bif" 'l`Ĩl“j fioc 23. a roll of paper towels Iììỏt Clirịn lxiìẽìrì g`;ăy 24. a tube of toothpaste lììộf Qìrĩỉị kùĩìì ái:1Iìl'x Inlìg 19. a bag of flour lììtỉìt bao téìt 20. a package of cookies Iĩìlặt Ỉịfjl t`:.'1Iĩfì l;Lìl.'!-.I Iììŕlt ion XLJỊ'ì 16. a carton of eggs Iì'lrịlt ỈWỘỊJ iILl'iìl`Ị Some foods cannot be counted, like liquids, grains, Spices, or dairy foods. For these, count Containers: one box of rice, two boxes of rice. How much rice do you need? I need two boxes. Grammar point: How much? How many? Some foods can be counted: One apple, Mo apples. How many apples do you need? I need two apples.