2-21. I have to go to school now


Repeat after the tutor. 

  • I have to take these pills.
  • She has to leave tonight.
  • We have to break their record.
  • I had to delete the file.
  • They had to fire three employees.
  • You will have to buy a new battery.
  • He will have to find a job.
  • Do I have to report this problem?
  • Does he have to wear the uniform?
  • Do we have to choose only one person?
  • I have to do this.
  • I have to do my homework.
  • You have to do this.
  • She has to finish this today.
  • He has to go home.


Here are some grammar tips. 


Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.

Vocabulary/ Expressions

Expression Definition
pick up (phrasal verb) to go somewhere in order to get and bring back (someone or something)
e.g. I have to pick up my kids at school.
Break even (phrasal verb) to take in as much money as you spend : to operate without either a loss or a profit
e.g. After years of losing money the company is starting to break even and hopes to make a profit soon.
Break free (phrasal verb) to become able to move or escape by using force or effort
e.g. The prisoner struggled to break free.
Break from (phrasal verb) to end a relationship, connection, or agreement with (someone or something)
e.g. She recently broke from [=broke with] the organization she helped found.
Break in (phrasal verb) to enter a house, building, etc., illegally
e.g. Someone tried to break in while we were away.
Break into (phrasal verb) to enter by force
e.g. Burglars broke into my car last night.
Break loose (phrasal verb) to suddenly become loose : to suddenly stop being attached to something
e.g. One of the shutters broke loose during the storm.
Break off (phrasal verb) to become separated or cause (something) to become separated because of force or violence
e.g. The piece of plaster broke off easily.
Break open (phrasal verb) to open or to cause (something) to open suddenly
e.g. The pods broke open and the seeds scattered on the wind.
Break out (phrasal verb) to begin happening suddenly
e.g. A fire broke out in the kitchen.


Go over the following exercise with your tutors. 

  1. Make a sentence.
    1. this / do / I / to / have / .
    2. it / to / had / I / do / .
    3. they / early / up / to / wake / had / .
    4. have / I / this / do / to / do / ?
    5. to / he / there / have / does / go / ?
  2. Correct the following sentences. 
    1. She have to finish this today.
    2. He had to left China.
    3. I had to go back Korea.
    4. Do I have saving this file?
    5. Do she have to take this test?
  3. Answer the following questions.
    1. question1
    2. question2
    3. question3
  4. (Homework) Write a paragraph.
    1. Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
    2. Sliced bread: Most of us have heard the saying, “That’s the best thing since sliced bread!” What do you think is actually the best thing since sliced bread?
    3. Ode to a playground: A place from your past or childhood, one that you’re fond of, is destroyed. Write it a memorial.


Go over any new expressions or vocabulary that you learned today.

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