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English 9 – Unit 9: Natural Disasters – Lesson 5: Language Focus

English 9 – Unit 9: Natural Disasters – Lesson 5: Language Focus

1. Introduction:

 

In this lesson, you will practice with relative pronouns and relative clauses.
- By the end of the lesson, Students  will be able to further practice with pronouns: who, that, which and clearly identify defining and non–defining clauses.

Vocabulary  Pre - learn
- Horn (n): a part, often curved, pointed on the head an animal
- Snout (n): pointed front, above the mouth  
- Rhinoceros (n): (translation) con te giac
- Logo (n): (translation) bieu tuong
- Swallow  (v):  make  or  let  pass  down  one's throat   
- Chew (v): work (food etc) between teeth  
- Disaster (n) → disastrous (a)
- Ancient (a): very old
- Extensive (a): large, a lot
- Tail (n): hindmost part of an animal's  body 

Do you know?

1

  Which   city   in   Japan   was  struck by a huge earthquake?

Kobe

2

  Which  country  won  the  1998 Tiger Cup?

 Singapore

3

Which animal has one or two horns on its snout?

rhinoceros 

4

  Which   explorer    discovered America?

Christopher Columbus

5

Which planet is closest to the Earth?

 Venus

6

Which  animal  in  Viet  Nam was  chosen  to  be  the  logo  of SEA Games 2003?

buffalo

7

  Which    ASEAN    country    is divided  into  two  regions  by the sea? 

Malaysia

8

Which food you can chew but you    cannot    swallow    and which  one  you  can  swallow but you cannot chew?

 water   

 

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-  Andrew  is  flying  to  Sacramento,  which  is the capital city of California.
- It snowed in Lang Son, which is on the Ky Cung River, in the winter of 2002.
- Pompeii,  which  is  an  ancient  city  of  Italy, was completely destroyed in A.D 79 by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
- Hurricane  Andrew,  which  swept  through  southern Florida in August 1992, killed 41 people   and   made   more   than   200,000 homeless.
-  The    cyclone    of    November    1970    in Bangladesh, which is bordered by the Bay of  Bengal  on  the  south,  was  one  of  the worst natural disasters of 20th century.
-   The    most    disastrous    earthquake    in Japanese history, which occurred in 1923, damaged Tokyo and Yokohama and killed about 150.000 people.
-    The     October     1989     Loma     Prieta earthquake,  which  measured  7.1  on  the Richter scale, caused extensive damage to older   buildings   in   San   Francisco   Bay area.

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