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WELCOME TO MY CLASS. PLAY GAME PUT A WAY & REMEMBER. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS. 1.What school is this? 2. Which subjects can we study in this school? 3. When do the courses starts?. 1.What school is this?. It’s Foreign Language Council. 2. Which subjects can we study in this school?.

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WELCOME TO MY CLASS


PLAY GAME

PUT A WAY & REMEMBER


ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

1.What school is this?

2. Which subjects can we study in this school?

3. When do the courses starts?


1.What school is this?

It’s Foreign Language Council

2. Which subjects can we study in this school?

We can study English,French or Chinese

3. When do the courses starts?

They start on 3rd November


ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

  • Have you ever written a letter?

  • How many parts are there in a letter? What are they?

  • What about a letter of request?

    To know more about this let begin this lesson.


UNIT 4: LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

LESSON 5: WRITE

To: The Headmaster

of the school

John Robinson

From: John Robinson

25 Le DuanSt.,District 1

Ho Chi Minh City,Viet Nam


25 LeDuan St.,District 1

Ho Chi Minh City,Vietnam

April 17th 2003

Dear Sir,

I saw your school’s advertisement in today’s edition of the Viet Nam News.

I am interested in learning Vietnamese and I would like some information about your school.

I speak a little Vietnamese, but I want to learn to read and write it. Could you please send details of the courses and fees? I can complete a spoken Vietnamese test if necessary.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

John Robinson

Heading

Opening

Body of the letter

Closing


UNIT 4: LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

LESSON 5: WRITE

I/ Vocabulary:

- inquiry: (n)

Sự đề nghị cung cấp

- edition:( n)

ấn bản

- detail : (n)

Chi tiết

- fees : (n)

Học phí

- to look forward to + V-ing :(v)

Trông đợi/mong điều gì

- faithfully = sincerely: ( adv)

Chân thành


II. a/ Read the letter

25 Le Duan St., District 1

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

April 17th ,2003

Dear Sir,

I saw your school’s advertisement in today’s edition of the Viet Nam News.

I am interested in learning Vietnamese and I would like some information about your school.

I speak a little Vietnamese, but I want to learn to read and write it. Could you please send details of the courses and fees? I can complete a spoken Vietnamese test if necessary.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

John Robinson


ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:

1. Where did Mr. Robinson see the school advertisement?

He saw the advertisement in Today’s edition of Vietnam news.

2. What language does he want to learn?

He wants to learn Vietnamese.

3. What aspect of Vietnamese does he want to learn?

He wants to learn how to read and write

4.What does he want to know?

He wants to know details of the course and fees.


How many parts are there in the body of this letter?

What are they?

25 Le Duan St., District 1

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

April 17th 2003

Dear Sir,

I saw your school’s advertisement in today’s edition of the Viet Nam News.

I am interested in learning Vietnamese and I would like some information about your school.

I speak a little Vietnamese, but I want to learn to read and write it. Could you please send details of the courses and fees?

I can complete a spoken Vietnamese test if necessary.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

John Robinson

Introduction

Request

Further information

Conclusion


UNIT4: LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. Lesson 5:Write

* Notes:


b. Read the advertisements in 5. Read again. Choose one of the schools you want to attend to improve your English. Writealetter of inquiry to the institution requesting for more information about the courses and fees.


UNIT4: LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. Lesson 5:Write

I .Vocabulary

II. a/ Read the letter

b/ Write a letter of inquiry

Outline

Introduction : Say how you come to know about the Institution ( advertisement on newspaper/ watch on TV ); express your interest (want to know more information)

Request:State how good your English is; exactly what kind of information you want.

Further information: Say you are ready to supply more information about your English/ study (record of study ) if necessary.

Conclusion : End with a polite closing.


THE ANSWER

Dear Sir,

I saw your Institute’s advertisement on Today’s TV program. I am very interested in learning English and I would like some information about your Institute .

I can speak a little English, but I read it very slowly and my writing is bad. So I want to improve my reading and writing.

Could you please provide more information about the length of the courses and fees for beginners? I can supply my record of English study if necessary.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours faithfully,


THE ANSWER

Dear Sir,

I saw your institution's advertisement in today's local newspaper.

I am interested in learning English and I would like some more information about your school.

I can speak a little English, but I want to learn to speak more fluently and write well. Could you please send me the details of courses and fees?

I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely yours,


Homework and preparation:

1/ Rewrite the letter of inquiry again.

2/ Do exercises in your exercise book.

3/ Prepare Unit 4 - Language focus

(Direct and reported speech.


Thank you very much.

See you next time.


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