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1. RAM stands for _____

A. Random access memory

B. Read a manual

C. Really annoying machine

2. CPU stands for _____

A. Cute people united

B. Central processing unit

C. Central processed unit

3.ROM stands for _____

A. Royal Ontario Museum

B. Read Only Memory

C. Read on Monday

4. MacBook is a famous brand in the world manufactured by _____

A. Microsoft Corporation

B. Intel Corporation

C. Apple Inc

5. The first laptop computer was invented in the year of _____

A. 1975

B. 1976

C. 1977

6. Who is the father of personal computer?

3. Translate the sentences

1. Remove the mouse and the CD!

2. Clean out the ports along the side of the laptop!

3. Leave your laptop out.

4. Turn off your laptop and remove the battery.

5. Copy these documents into 50 copies!

6. Install the RAM, please!

7. Hung, repair Mai’s computer’s CPU



UNIT 4



MONEY MATTERS

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VOCABULARY

Money related

LISTENING



Bank activities

SPEAKING

At a bank

READING

Sending out a bill

WRITING

Money American coins

GRAMMAR

Questions

PRACTICE

STARTING UP

1. Do you often go to the banks?

2. What do you often do in the banks?

VOCABULARY

Money related



• Matching

1. A vendor

2. An invoice

3. A purchase order

4. Withdraw money

5. Issue a check

6. Paycheck

7. Allowance

8. Deposit money

9. Salary

10. Transfer money



a. is a bill

b. is a request to buy something from a vendor

c. is a person who sells something

d. take out some money from the bank

e. prepare it in order to pay for something

f. send money to the bank

g. the sending of money from one bank account to another

h. money that a parent gives to a child on a regular basis;

often the money is given in return for a child doing chores

i. an amount of money paid to an employee on a regular

basis for work that has been done

j. a paper document, called a check, which is given to an

employee for wages or salary



LISTENING

Bank activities



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1. Listen and repeat

Conversation 1:

A = Bank teller

B = Customer

A: What can I do for you?

B: I need to withdraw some money

A: How much would you like to take out?

B: I need to withdraw $300

A: Which account would you like to take

the money from?...



Conversation 2:

A = Bank teller

B = Customer

A: Good afternoon. How may I help you today?

B: Hi. I’d like to change 200 pounds into American money A: Can I have

your bankcard please?

B: Ok. Here you are.

A: And I’ll need some picture ID as well

B: Is my passport Ok?

A: That’ll be fine. Thanks





2. Listen two conversations again and choose the best answer to each question.

 Conversation 1:

1. What does the customer want to do?

A. To take out some money from the bank.

B. To put money into a bank account

C. To change money

 Conversation 2: (Hội thoại 2)

2. What does the customer want to do?

A. To open an account

B. To pay a bill

C. To change some money

SPEAKING

 Situations: At a bank

1. You are at a bank to deposit money. What

would you probably say? What does the

bank teller usually say?

2. You are at a bank to open an account.

What would you probably say? What does

the bank teller usually say?

READING

Sending out a bill

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• Read the text and answer the questions

SENDING OUT A BILL

Peter will prepare an invoice for a customer. He is reviewing the items and

prices on the purchase order and double –check the total amount due. After that

he will print out two copies of the invoice, he’ll staple one copy to the purchase

order and he will put it in the customer’s file. Then he will file one copy of the

invoice. He will mail the other copy of the invoice to the customer.

1. What will Peter prepare for the customer?

2. Will he seeing the iatems and prices ?

3. How many copies will he print?

4. What will he do with the other copy?

READING

American coins



• Write the correct amounts in the spaces below



1. How much is two dimes and three pennies? __________

2. How much is two quarters and two dimes? __________

3. How much is one nickel and five pennies? __________

4. How much is four dimes, three nickels and two pennies? __________

5. How much is three quarters and two dimes? __________

6. How much is one penny, two dimes, three nickels and a quarter? __________

7. How much is four nickels and eight pennies? __________

8. How much is six dimes and five pennies? __________



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GRAMMAR

• QUESTIONS

A statement is a sentence that tells you something. A question is a sentence

that asks you something. A statement does not require an answer. A question

requires an answer.

stateme

nt:



I like EnglishClub.



questio

n:



Do you like EnglishClub?



Yes



Why

do

EnglishClub?



Because...



you



like



 A written question in English always ends with a question mark: ?



Question Structure

The basic structure of a question is:

auxiliary verb

Look at these example sentences. They all have the auxiliary verb before the

subject:

auxiliary verb



subject



main verb



Do



you



like



Mary?



Are



they



playing



football?



Will



Anthony



go



to Tokyo?



Did



he



leave



early?



Why



did



he



leave



early?



When



will



he



return?

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Exception! For the main verb be in Present Simple and Past Simple, there is no

auxiliary verb. Look at these example sentences. They all have the main verb

before the subject:



Why



main verb be



subject



Am



I



wrong?



Are



they



Thai?



Was



it



hot outside?



Were



you



late?



 Question Types



There are three basic question types:









Yes/No: the answer is "yes or no"

Question-word: the answer is "information"

Choice: the answer is "in the question"



We look at these in more detail below.

 Yes/No questions



Sometimes the only answer that we need is yes or no. Look at these examples:



auxiliary verb



subject



not



Do



you



want



Can



you



drive?



Has



she



Did



they



not



answer:

yes or no



main verb

dinner?



Yes, I do.

No, I can't.



finished



her work?



Yes, she has.



go



home?



No, they didn't.



Exception! Main verb be in Present Simple and Past Simple:

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main verb be



subject



Is



Anne



French?



Was



Ram



at home?



 Question-word questions



Sometimes we want more than yes or no for an answer. When asking for

information, we usually place a question-word at the beginning of the sentence.

The question-word indicates the information that we want, for

example: where (place), when (time), why (reason), who (person). Look at these

examples:



question word

Where

When

Why

Who(m)

Who*

Who**

*When

the

question-word

is who,

it

acts

as

the

subject.

**In Present Simple and Past Simple tenses, there is no auxilary verb with who.

Exception. Main verb be in Present Simple and Past Simple:



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question word



main verb be



subject



Where



is



Bombay?



How



was



she?



 Choice questions



Sometimes we give our listener a choice. We ask them to choose between two

possible answers. So their answer is (usually) already in the question. Look at

these examples:

answer:

in question



auxiliary verb



subject



main verb



or



Do



you



Want



tea



or



coffee?



Coffee, please.



Will



we



Meet



John



or



James?



John.



PRACTICE



1. Answer the questions

1. How much money did you spend today?

2. What did you buy yesterday?

3. Which is more fun: spending money or saving money? Why?

4. What is the most expensive thing you have ever bought?

5. How can people become rich?

6. How can people become poor?

7. What did people do before there was money?

8. Do you have any credit cards? Why? / Why not?



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9. Would you like to be a bank robber? Why? / Why not?

10. Are credit cards better than money? Why? / Why not?

11. What do coins in your country look like? Describe them.

12. Can a person be rich, but not be happy? If ‘yes’, how?

13. Can a person be poor, but be happy? If ‘yes’, how?

14. What are you going to buy after this class?

15. How do you feel when you have lots of money?

16. Is money the most important thing in life? Why? / Why not?



2. Read the article below and then answer the questions.

5 WAYS TOBE COME RICH

“Money makes the world go round,” is a well-known idiom in English. It

means that if you want to buy a house, or travel round the world or study at a good

college or university, you will need money and probably lots of it. So, how can you

get more money, how can you become rich? Many people will give you lots of

different advice. Below are five things you can do to make your bank account

grow.

1. Save your money. Don’t always spend the money you make on things you

don’t really need. If you spend three dollars on a cup of coffee every day at work,

that’s $15 per week, or about $60 a month. Over a year, that will cost you about

$720, and over twenty years that will add up to $14,000.

2. Choose your friends carefully. Make friends who are rich or want to

become rich like you do. When you do this, you will learn more about how to

make money. Warren Buffett, one of the richest people in the world, gives this

advice: “It’s better to hang out with people better than you.”

3. Find out what you love to do and then focus your time and energy on that.

Steve Jobs, creator of Apple Computer, often talked about focus. You need to be so

excited about what you do that it makes you get up early in the morning while

other people are still sleeping.

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4. Don’t work. Robert Kiyosaki, the famous author of ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’,

says that perhaps you should try to start your own successful business instead of

working for someone else. Does that mean you should be the boss? No, he says,

being a boss takes too much time and hard work. Pay someone to be the company

boss for you. Very simply, you should first own a business and then make your

money do all the work.

5. Start young and keep learning from your money mistakes. You are human

and over time you will make many of them. But it’s easier to

lose ten thousand dollars when you are

1. Traveling around the world costs more than studying at a college.

(a) TRUE

say.



(b) FALSE



(c) It doesn’t



2. In the Introduction Paragraph, what does the word ‘it’ refer to?

(a) a house



(b) a good college or university



(c) money



3. Most people buy coffee at work.

(a) TRUE

say.



(b) FALSE



(c) It doesn’t



4. How can your friends help you to become rich?

(a) they can help you to be careful

money



(b) they can teach you things about



(c) you can hang out with them

5. What does the article say about becoming rich?

(a) you should get up early in the morning

(b) thinking about money makes it difficult to fall asleep

(c) you should sleep more

6. Robert Kiyosaki says that you should work hard and become a boss.

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(a) TRUE



(b) FALSE



(c) It doesn’t say.



7. What does the article say about mistakes?

(a) They can teach you more about making money.

(b) People make too many mistakes.



UNIT 5



(c) Younger people make more mistakes than older people



IN THE KITCHEN



VOCABULARY

Kitchen items & cooking verbs

LISTENING



What is she cooking?

SPEAKING

Let’s talk about food

READING

Sophie makes a cake

WRITING

My kitchen

GRAMMAR

Present continuous

PRACTICE



STARTING UP

• Discussion

1. 1. Do you like to cook? Why or why not?

2. 2. Which appliances do you have in your home?

3. 3. Tell me 3 things that can be cooked in a frying pan.

4.



4. Do you like to wash dishes by hand or with a dishwasher? Why?



5.



5.What things are on your kitchen countertop?



6.



Tell me 3 things that can be cooked in the oven?

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