Repeat after the tutor.
- Let’s say you have a sister.
- Let’s say you know my secret.
- Let’s say we are brothers.
- Let’s say he doesn’t like me.
- Let’s say it was my fault.
- Let’s say they are not singers.
- Let’s say you were not there.
- Let’s say he didn’t steal my shoes.
- Let’s say she was sick yesterday.
- Let’s say you didn’t see Tom.
- Let’s say I like you.
- Let’s say this is your building.
- Let’s say he is your son.
- Let’s say she is your wife.
- Let’s say he knows me.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|then||(adv) used to indicate what happened or happens next
e.g. Let’s say it didn’t happen then.
|go out with somebody||(idiom) date
e.g. Let’s go out with Emily to the theatre together.
|own||(v) to have (something) as property : to legally possess (something)
e.g. Let’s own this house together.
|fault||(n) a problem or bad part that prevents something from being perfect : a flaw or defect
e.g. Let’s say that it was our brother’s fault it broke.
|clock||(n) a device that shows what time it is and that is usually placed in a room or attached to a wall
e.g. She looked at the clock and saw that it was 2:30.
|shoes||(n) a covering for the foot
e.g. Let’s say we go buy you a new pair of shoes.
|come apart||(idiom) separate
e.g. The shoes are coming apart because they are so old.
|come down with something||(idiom) become sick
e.g. She came down with the flu.
|come forward||(idiom) volunteer for a task or to give evidence
e.g. Let’s say we come forward and volunteer to help at the event.
|come from||(idiom) originate in
e.g. What country did you come from?
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- this / say / is / your / let’s / building / .
- me / say / likes / let’s / he / .
- let’s / you / say / 20 / are / .
- let’s / yesterday / they / say / helped / you / .
- she / friend / let’s / wasn’t / our / say / .
- Correct the following sentences.
- Let’s say him is your son.
- Let’s says she is your wife.
- Let’s say today was Saturday.
- Let’s say you not know my phone number.
- Let’s say she didn’t drink my coffee.
- Answer the following questions.
- What would it be like to live underwater? (use “let’s say”)
- What would it be like to live as a different gender? (use “let’s say”)
- What would it be like to be a genius? (use “let’s say”)
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- What would you do if a friend borrows things from you but never returns them?
- If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?