Repeat after the tutor.
- Let him run away.
- Let us help you.
- Let me ask you something.
- Don’t let them abuse you.
- I let them use my computer.
- I let her take a nap.
- She let me stay there.
- I will let you use my pen.
- I will let her come to my party.
- Did you let the dog come in?
- Let him go.
- Let her study.
- Let me follow you.
- Let them come to my party.
- I let him play.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|abuse||(v) to treat (a person or animal) in a harsh or harmful way
e.g. Don’t let him abuse that dog!
|picture||(n) a painting, drawing, or photograph of someone or something
e.g. Please don’t let him take a picture of me.
|run across||(phrasal verb) to meet (someone) or find (something) by chance
e.g. Did you let her say hi when she ran across him in the store?
|connection||(n) something that joins or connects two or more things
e.g. Let him plug in the cord so we can find a connection.
|random||(v) chosen, done, etc. without a particular plan or pattern
e.g. Why did you let him pick a random movie to watch?
|clean slate||(n) a person’s record (as from a job or school) that shows no evidence of any problems
e.g. We should let him go to a new school so he can have a clean slate.
|pretend||(v) to act as if something is true when it is not
e.g. Don’t let him pretend that this doesn’t bother him.
|candidate||(n) a person who is trying to be elected
e.g. Should we let him be a candidate in this election?
|run for||(v) an attempt to compete and win something
e.g. We decided to let her run for president of the school.
|campaign||(n) a series of activities designed to produce a particular result
e.g. Should we let her make new posters for the campaign?
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- study / let / her / .
- let / I / play / him / .
- home / me / let / he / go / .
- me / don’t / go / let / .
- ID / did / them / you / use / your / let / ?
- Correct the following sentences.
- Let him going.
- Let me followed you.
- She lets me sit here.
- Don’t let her control your.
- Did she let your eat?
- Answer the following questions.
- Should you let someone hurt an animal?
- Have you ever let someone borrow money from you?
- How often do you let your friend come over to your house?
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Take two: Run outside. Take a picture of the first thing you see. Run inside. Take a picture of the second thing you see. Write about the connection between these two random objects, people, or scenes.
- Clean slate: Explore the room you’re in as if you’re seeing it for the first time. Pretend you know nothing. What do you see? Who is the person who lives there?