Repeat after the tutor.
- I was Hailey eat your pizza.
- I heard you say something.
- She saw Yessica kiss Chris.
- He didn’t see me follow him.
- They didn’t hear Eminem rap.
- We didn’t see David come to work.
- I don’t want to hear you cry.
- Did you see the rabbit disappear?
- Can you hear me talk?
- Did you see us move?
- I saw you cry.
- I heard you cry.
- I saw them steal it.
- I heard him laugh.
- I was Steve run away.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|disappear||(v) to stop being visible : to pass out of sight
e.g. The two men disappeared around the corner.
|steal||(v) to take (something that does not belong to you) in a way that is wrong or illegal
e.g. Someone stole my bicycle.
|yawn||(v) to open your mouth wide while taking in breath usually because you are tired or bored
e.g. Students were yawning in class.
|whisper||(v) to speak very softly or quietly
e.g. He whispered in/into my ear.
|Blow off||(phrasal verb) to refuse to notice or deal with (someone) : to ignore (someone)
e.g. I tried to say hello to him, but he just blew me off.
|Blow out||(phrasal verb) to go out or to cause (something, such as a candle) to go out by blowing
e.g. There was a sudden gust of wind and the candles blew out.
|Blow over||(phrasal verb) to come to an end
e.g. The storm eventually blew over.
|Blow up||(phrasal verb) to fill (something) with air or gas
e.g. blow up a balloon
|Boil down||(phrasal verb) to become reduced in amount by boiling
e.g. Let the sauce boil down and thicken.
|Boil down to||(phrasal verb) to have (something) as the main or basic part
e.g. Their objections all boil down to one thing: cost.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- laugh / I / him / heard / .
- we / touch / saw / bag / your / her / .
- saw / I / yawn / you / .
- you / did / whisper / me / hear / ?
- you / me / they / did / drink / see / with / ?
- Correct the following sentences.
- I saw you crying.
- I saw Steve ran away.
- He heard me screamed.
- They saw I hug her.
- Did her hear you rap?
- Answer the following questions.
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Ripped from the headlines: Head to your favorite online news source. Pick an article with a headline that grabs you. Now, write a short story based on the article.
- Polite company: “It’s never a good idea to discuss religion or politics with people you don’t really know.” Agree or disagree?