Repeat after the tutor.
- I want to buy a loaf of bread.
- We want to learn hip hop.
- I don’t want to live in Kentucky.
- She doesn’t want to work for you.
- He wanted to run away.
- They wanted to play dominos last night.
- I didn’t want to visit them.
- Do you want to come with me?
- Does he want to buy a mansion?
- Did you want to talk to me?
- I want to live in Paris.
- I don’t want to have loud neighbors.
- They want to forgive his mistake.
- He wants to drink water.
- We want to increase business significantly.
- She wants to forget about everything.
- Chris wants to work with us.
- I want to discuss my concerns.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
||(v) to be unable to think of or remember (something)
||(idiom) to stop trying to do something
||(v) to stop feeling anger toward (someone who has done something wrong); to stop blaming (someone)
||(n/v) a feeling of worry usually shared by many people
||(v) to give reasons for or against something; to say or write things in order to change someone’s opinion about what is true, what should be done, etc.
||(v) to talk over or write about, especially to explore solutions; to debate
||(adj) making or causing a lot of noise; strong and noticeable in sound
||(adv) in a way that is large enough to be noticed or have an effect
||(adj) not agreeing with the facts or truth; incorrect
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- want / Paris / I / in / live / to / .
- forget / she / to / everything / wants / about / .
- you / wanted / something / to / we / ask / .
- New York / don’t / we / leave / want / to / .
- her / did / watch / want / you / with / to / a movie / ?
- Correct the following sentences.
- He want to drink water.
- They wants to give up everything.
- I don’t want to knew.
- I didn’t want to be cry.
- Do you want to doing something?
- Answer the following questions.
- What do you want to do tomorrow? (use “want to V” form)
- What does your family want to do this weekend? (use “want to V” form)
- What do your friends want to do this year? (use “want to V” form)
- (Homework) Write a paragraph (5-10 sentences).
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Describe what you want to do this year.
- Describe what you want to do on a date.
Go over any new expressions or vocabulary that you learned today.