Tiếng Anh lớp 8 - Unit 4 - B. Vocabulary & Grammar

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Label the pictures with the phrases.

A. B. C.
D. E. F.
  • taking off your shoes before going into a Japanese house
  • cleaning the house on Sundays
  • living with grandparents
  • giving present at Christmas
  • taking things from adults with both hands
  • eating mooncakes at the Mid-Autumn Festival

Complete the following expressions with the correct words.

1. It’s the  for somebody to do something.

2. There is a custom of something.

3. There's a that + clause

4. According tradition, + clause

5. Follow the tradition of  something

6. Break tradition by doing something

7. Have the of doing something

Complete the sentences with the correct form of HAVE TO or MUST. You can use the negative and interrogative form if necessary.

1. My mother always tells me that I be home by 9 p.m.

2. You be late for school.

3. She wear that costume because it's the family tradition.

4. In the past, men wear ao dai, but today they wear it.

5. Before leaving the dining table, your son ask for permission?

6. In India, you shake hands with women, especially in rural areas. It's a taboo.


There are some suitable advice or obligations for each situation. Complete the sentences with the correct form of HAVE TO, MUST and SHOULD.

1. Your friend is visiting a temple in Thailand, but he does not know how to dress. 

You: You wear shorts or tank tops.

2. You and your friends have been invited to dinner with an English family. Your friend is cutting her bread with a knife. 

You: You break the bread with your fingers.

3. It's a regulation at your school that students have to wear a uniform on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. One of your friends wants to move to your school. You share this information with him/ her.

You: You wear a uniform on Mondays, Wednesdaỵs, and Fridays.

4. Your friend has been invited to have dinner with an Indian family. She does not know which hand she should use to eat with. 

You: You use your right hand.

5. Your friend doesn't know what time is the latest she can come to visit you in the evening. 

You: You arrive before 8 p.m.

6. Your brother is running and shouting in the hospital. You see the ‘Silence’ sign. 

You: You run and shout in here.