Repeat after the tutor.
- Make sure you sleep early.
- Make sure you arrive on time.
- Make sure he follows you.
- I made sure your daughter was safe.
- I made sure he understood your message.
- He made sure his client was happy.
- Did you make sure he went to school?
- Did you make sure it was the right address?
- Did you make sure he was okay?
- I want to make sure you understood this rule.
- Make sure you wake up early.
- Make sure you send this application.
- Make sure you visit your mother.
- Make sure you check your schedule.
- Make sure you exercise every day.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|client||(n) a person who pays a professional person or organization for services
e.g. Make sure to speak to your client after the appointment.
|application||(n) a formal and usually written request for something (such as a job, admission to a school, a loan, etc.)
e.g. Please make sure to fill out your application before tomorrow.
|schedule||(n) a plan of things that will be done and the times when they will be done
e.g. Please make sure to give me your schedule.
|address||(n) the words and numbers that are used to describe the location of a building
e.g. Did you make sure to get his address?
|association||(n) an organized group of people who have the same interest, job, etc.
e.g. Make sure to ask them if they want to join the association.
|come easily to||(phrasal verb) to be easy for somebody to do
e.g. I want to make sure this math question comes easily to you.
|bounce back||(phrasal verb) to return quickly to a normal condition after a difficult situation or event
e.g. I want to make sure she bounces back from the surgery.
|carry||(v) to move (something) while holding and supporting it
e.g. Please make sure you’re being careful when you carry those boxes.
|carry away||(v) to have a high or often excessive degree of enthusiasm and emotion
e.g. I need to make sure he doesn’t get too carried away.
|deaf||(adj) to not be able to hear
e.g. Did you make sure to find out if he was deaf first?
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- you / sure / check / your / make / schedule / .
- make / chapter / she / sure / his / studies / .
- make / to / school / Ryan / goes / sure / .
- I / was / happy / sure / my / client / made / .
- résumé / did / you / perfect / sure / your / was / make / ?
- Correct the following sentences.
- Make sure you would visit your mother.
- Make sure he come here.
- I made sure your car fixed.
- I made sure they were safely.
- Did you make sue he is not angry?
- Answer the following questions.
- Is it important to make sure you do your homework?
- Should you make sure you arrive on time to events?
- What are some things you should make sure you do? (use “make sure”)
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Free association: Write down the first words that comes to mind when we
say . . . home. . . soil. . . rain. Use those words in the title of your post.
- Apply yourself: Describe your last attempt to learn something that did not
come easily to you.