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UNIT 14 READ ENGLISH 8

ENGLISH 8

Teacher:
Group

Le Dinh Vu

English

School Year: 2016 -


MATCHING
1

2

3

a.The Great Wall
c.The Statue of Zeus


b.Taj Mahal
d.The Pyramid

e.Hanging Garden of Babylon

f. Eiffel Tower

4

5

6


UNIT 14:
NEW WORDS:

READ- P. 134

1. (to) compile

biên soạn

2. surviving (adj)

còn lại

3. (to) claim

khẳng định, tuyên bố

4. (to) honor

tôn thờ, tôn kính

5. citizen

công dân


6. Ruler (n)

người thống trị
thuộc hoàng gia

7. Royal (adj)


MATCHING
1. (to) compile

A. khẳng định

2. surviving (adj)

B. thuộc hoàng gia

3. (to) claim

C. biên soạn

4. (to) honor
5. citizen

D. công dân
E. tôn thờ, tôn kính

6. royal

F. còn lại

7. ruler

G. người thống trị


1/ Multiplea)choice
The only surviving wonder on

Centuries ago in Ancient Greece, a man by the
name of Antipater of Sidon compiled a list
of what he thought were the seven wonders
of the world. The seven included the
Hanging Garden of Babylon in present-day
Iraq, the Statue of Zeus in Greece, and the
Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. The pyramid
is only wonder you can still see today.
Many people claim that there were other
wonders, which the ancient Greeks knew
nothing about. These include the Great
Wall of China, the Taj Mahal in India and
Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Angkor Wat should really be known as a
wonder because it is the largest temple in
the world. The temple was built around the
year 1100 to honor a Hindu God, but over
the next three centuries it became a
Buddhist religious center. The area
surrounding the temple, Angkor Thom,
used to be the royal capital city.
In the early 15th century, The Khmer rulers
moved to Phnom Penh and Angkor was
quiet. It now is a famous tourist attraction.

Antipater’s list is__________.
A. the Great Wall of China
B. the Statue of Zeus
C. the Pyramid of Cheops
D. Angkor Wat
b) Angkor Wat was originally built for
___________.
A. Hindus
B. Buddhist
C. kings
D. the citizens of Phnom Penh
c) Angkor Wat ___________.
A. was a small temple
B. is one of the seven wonder of
the world
C. is a pyramid
D. was a part of a royal Khmer
city a long time ago
d) In the 1400s, the Khmer
King__________.
A. built Angkor Wat
B. chose Phnom Penh as a capital
C. turned Angkor Wat into a
Buddhist center
D. moved the temple to Phnom
Penh


2/ Answer the questions
Centuries ago in Ancient Greece, a man by the
name of Antipater of Sidon compiled a list
of what he thought were the seven wonders
of the world. The seven included the
Hanging Garden of Babylon in present-day
Iraq, the Statue of Zeus in Greece, and the
Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. The pyramid
is only wonder you can still see today.
Many people claim that there were other
wonders, which the ancient Greeks knew
nothing about. These include the Great
Wall of China, the Taj Mahal in India and
Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Angkor Wat should really be known as a
wonder because it is the largest temple in
the world. The temple was built around the
year 1100 to honor a Hindu God, but over
the next three centuries it became a
Buddhist religious center. The area
surrounding the temple, Angkor Thom,
used to be the royal capital city.
In the early 15th century, The Khmer rulers
moved to Phnom Penh and Angkor was
quiet. It now is a famous tourist attraction.

1/ Who compiled a list of seven wonders
of the world?
2/ Which is the largest temple in the
world?
3/ When was Angkor Wat built?

4/ Which place used to be the royal
capital city of Cambodia?

5/ When did the Khmer King choose
Phnom Penh as the new capital?


3/ Complete the table
Centuries ago in Ancient Greece, a man by the
name of Antipater of Sidon compiled a list
of what he thought were the seven wonders
of the world. The seven included the
Hanging Garden of Babylon in present-day
Iraq, the Statue of Zeus in Greece, and the
Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. The pyramid
is only wonder you can still see today.
Many people claim that there were other
wonders, which the ancient Greeks knew
nothing about. These include the Great
Wall of China, the Taj Mahal in India and
Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Angkor Wat should really be known as a
wonder because it is the largest temple in
the world. The temple was built around the
year 1100 to honor a Hindu God, but over
the next three centuries it became a
Buddhist religious center. The area
surrounding the temple, Angkor Thom,
used to be the royal capital city.
In the early 15th century, The Khmer rulers
moved to Phnom Penh and Angkor was
quiet. It now is a famous tourist attraction.

Place

Country

Great Wall

China

Statue of Zeus

Greece

Hanging Garden
of Babylon

Iraq

Angkor Wat

Cambodia

Pyramids of
Cheops

Egypt

Taj Mahal

India


Hanging Garden of
Babylon (Iraq – 603 BC)


Pyramids of Cheops (Egypt,
2584–2561 BC)


Statue of Zeus (Olympia –
Greece, 470 BC)


Temple of Artemis (Đền thờ
thần Artemis) (Turkey, 550 BC)


Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
(Lăng mộ của Mausolus
(Turkey, 351 BC)


Colossus of Rhodes
(Tượng thần mặt trời)
(Greece, 292-280 BC)


Lighthouse of Alexandria (Hải
đăng Alexandria) (Egypt, 280
BC)


World Heritage Sites in Viet Nam


Hue Citadel – World Heritage Site
(1993)


Ha Long Bay – World Heritage Site
(1994)


Phong Nha Cave – World Heritage
Site (2003)


Hoi An Ancient Town – World
Heritage Site (1999)


My Son Sanctuary – World Heritage
Site (1999)


 Learn new words by heart
Read the passage again
 Prepare : WRITE – P. 135
-Group 1: Cuc Phuong National Park
-Group 2: Ha Long Bay
-Group 3: Phong Nha Cave
-Group 4: Hue Citadel



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