Tiếng Anh Lớp 5 Unit 1 Lesson 1

Tiếng Anh Lớp 5 Unit 1 Lesson 1

Unit 1 – Lesson 1: Greetings
In this lesson, we will learn about greetings in English. Greetings are words or phrases that we use to say hello or to welcome someone. They are an important part of communication and help us to show politeness and respect towards others.
1. Hello/Hi
The most common greeting in English is “Hello” or “Hi”. We use these words to say hello to someone we know or to start a conversation with someone new. “Hello” is a more formal greeting, while “Hi” is more casual and friendly.
Example:
– Hello, my name is Sarah.
– Hi, nice to meet you.
2. Good morning/Good afternoon/Good evening
We use these greetings to say hello at different times of the day. “Good morning” is used in the morning, “Good afternoon” is used in the afternoon, and “Good evening” is used in the evening. These greetings are more formal and can be used with people we know or with strangers.
Example:
– Good morning, how are you today?
– Good evening, may I take your order?
3. How are you?
We use this greeting to ask about someone’s well-being. It is a polite way to start a conversation and shows that we care about the other person. We can respond to this question with “I’m good, thank you” or “I’m fine, thanks”.
Example:
– Hi, how are you?
– I’m good, thank you. How about you?
4. What’s up?
This is a more casual greeting that is commonly used among friends and peers. It is a way to ask someone how they are doing or what they have been up to. We can respond to this question with “Nothing much” or “Just hanging out”.
Example:
– Hey, what’s up?
– Nothing much, just studying for our English test.
5. Nice to meet you
We use this greeting when we meet someone for the first time. It is a polite way to introduce ourselves and to show that we are happy to meet the other person. We can respond to this greeting with “Nice to meet you too”.
Example:
– Hello, I’m Tom. Nice to meet you.
– Hi Tom, I’m Lily. Nice to meet you too.
6. Goodbye/Bye
These are common ways to say goodbye to someone. “Goodbye” is more formal, while “Bye” is more casual. We use these words when we are leaving or ending a conversation. We can also add “see you” before “later” or “tomorrow” to indicate when we will see the person again.
Example:
– Goodbye, have a nice day.
– Bye, see you tomorrow.
Now, let’s practice!
1. Match the greetings with their meanings.
– Hello: a. a polite way to say goodbye
– Good morning: b. a way to ask about someone’s well-being
– How are you?: c. a more casual way to say goodbye
– Nice to meet you: d. a polite way to say hello to someone new
– Goodbye: e. a common greeting to start a conversation
2. Fill in the blanks with the correct greetings.
– __________, I’m Lisa. Nice to meet you.
– __________, how are you doing?
– __________, see you later.
– __________, have a good day.
– __________, what have you been up to?
Answers:
1. a. e, b. a, c. b, d. d, e. c
2. Hello, What’s up, Bye, Goodbye, How are you?
Now you know some common English greetings! Practice using them in your daily conversations and remember to always be polite and respectful when greeting others. See you in the next lesson!

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