Repeat after the tutor.
- You make me want you.
- She makes me feel happy.
- I made them read this book.
- She made me realize it.
- Make me understand.
- Don’t make me kiss you.
- I can make this plan work.
- We can make a miracle happen.
- Did you make her steal the diamond?
- Did he make you feel lonely?
- Make him do it.
- Make her study.
- Make me believe you.
- Make them come to my party.
- I made him follow me.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|realize||(v) to understand or become aware of (something)
e.g. He finally realized the scope of the problem.
|miracle||(n) a very amazing or unusual event, thing, or achievement
e.g. It would take a miracle for this team to win.
|lonely||(ad) sad from being apart from other people
e.g. She was a lonely child with few friends.
|convince||(v) to cause (someone) to believe that something is true
e.g. He convinced me that the story was true.
|Boil over||(phrasal verb) to flow over the side of a container while boiling
e.g. The water in the pot is boiling over.
|Boil up||(phrasal verb) to grow toward a dangerous level
e.g. He could feel the anger boiling up inside him.
|Bone up||(phrasal verb) to try to learn a lot of information quickly for a test, exam, etc
e.g. She boned up [=crammed] for the exam.
|Book in||(phrasal verb) to arrive at and be given a room in a hotel, an inn, etc.
e.g. We booked in [=checked in] shortly after noon.
|Book into (something)||(phrasal verb) to arrive at and be given a room in a hotel, an inn, etc.
e.g. We booked into [=checked into] our hotel shortly after noon.
|on the books||(idiom) part of the set of official laws
e.g. It’s an outdated law that’s still on the books.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- study / make / her / .
- speak / her / made / I / English / .
- make / cry / her / don’t / .
- don’t / back / her / come / make / .
- again / did / you / smile / make / she / ?
- Correct the following sentences.
- She made I give her up.
- We made him convinced Kate.
- Don’t make him go school.
- Did you make Janice standing outside?
- Did he make your stay there?
- Answer the following questions.
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Polite company: “It’s never a good idea to discuss religion or politics with people you don’t really know.” Agree or disagree?
- In a crisis: Honestly evaluate the way you respond to crisis situations. Are you happy with the way you react?