1-10. I’m leaving tomorrow

Warm-up

Repeat after the tutor. 

  • I am working in the city tomorrow.
  • I am staying here for 3 days.
  • I am coming back on Thursday.
  • They are attending the seminar tonight.
  • She is going to Italy next week.
  • I am not leaving until Sunday.
  • We are not having a meeting tomorrow.
  • Are you staying here tonight?
  • Are you coming with your neighbor?
  • Is she visiting her employees tomorrow?
  • I am graduating tomorrow.
  • I am visiting my grandmother today.
  • They are meeting next week.
  • My parents are coming back today.
  • Ellie is coming to your concert.

Notes

Here are some grammar tips. 

Vocabulary

Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.

Vocabulary/ Expressions

Expression Definition
attend (v) to go to and be present at (an event, meeting, etc.)
e.g. I am going to attend a wedding this weekend. 
touch (v) to put your hand, fingers, etc., on (someone or something); (n) the state of being touched
e.g. They are touching the statue but they are not allowed to.
use (v) to do something with (an object, machine, person, method, etc.) in order to accomplish a task, do an activity, etc.; (n) the act of being used
e.g. She is not using the new purse I bought her. 
view (v) to look at (something) carefully; (n) a vision or way of considering something
e.g. They are viewing the house today to decide if they want to buy it. 
weather (n) the temperature and other outside conditions (such as rain, cloudiness, etc.) at a particular time and place
e.g. The weather is supposed to be raining tomorrow. 
windy (adj) having a lot of wind
e.g. She told me it will be windy next week. 
brush up (idiom) to study or review something you learned before
e.g. I am brushing up on my grammar before my test next week. 
sharp (adj) having a thin edge that is able to cut things or a fine point that is able to make a hole in things
e.g. My knife is sharp so I can cut my carrots. 
easy-going (adj) relaxed and informal
e.g. She is so easy-going so she does not care which movie we see.
original (adj) made or produced first; not a copy, translation, etc.
e.g. The painting at the museum is the original

Exercise

Go over the following exercise with your tutor. 

  1. Make a sentence.
    1. graduating / I / tomorrow / am / .
    2. next / week / we / leaving / are / Maine / .
    3. is / my / battery / dying / .
    4. is / visiting / not / us / my / boss / today / .
    5. working / you / are / tomorrow / ?
  2. Correct the following sentences. 
    1. I am visit my grandmother today.
    2. They will meeting next week.
    3. Ellie is come to your concert.
    4. We are not watching a musical yesterday.
    5. Are you do something tonight?
  3. Answer the following questions.
    1. What are you doing tomorrow?
    2. When are you meeting your friends?
    3. Are you visiting the US any time soon?
  4. (Homework) Write a paragraph.
    1. Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
    2. What are you doing this summer?
    3. What is your family doing this evening?

Wrap-up

Go over any new expressions or vocabulary that you learned today.

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