Repeat after the tutor.
- I don’t have to pay the rent.
- You don’t have to quit your job.
- She doesn’t have to drink.
- We don’t have to hide the truth.
- Sara doesn’t have to move to Indiana.
- I didn’t have to explain.
- She didn’t have to pass the interview.
- They didn’t have to yell at me.
- Tasha didn’t have to do anything.
- You didn’t have to cook for me.
- I don’t have to work today.
- I don’t have to go to school tomorrow.
- I don’t have to leave now.
- You don’t have to do this.
- You don’t have to study with me.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|submit||(v) to give (a document, proposal, piece of writing, etc.) to someone so that it can be considered or approved
e.g. Submit your application no later than January 31st.
|Break through||(phrasal verb) to use force to get through (something, such as a barrier)
e.g. The enemy attacked our defenses but they weren’t able to break through.
|Break up 1||(phrasal verb) to separate into parts or pieces or cause (something) to separate into parts or pieces
e.g. Enzymes help break up protein molecules.
|Break up 2||(phrasal verb) to end or cause (something) to end
e.g. The demonstration broke up when the police arrived.
|Break up 3||(phrasal verb) to end a romantic relationship, marriage, etc.
e.g. They dated for years but recently broke up.
|Break with||(phrasal verb) to end a relationship, connection, or agreement with (someone or something)
e.g. He broke with his former friends and colleagues when he decided to support the conservative candidate.
|Brick up||(phrasal verb) to cover or block (something) with bricks
e.g. They bricked up the windows.
|Bring about||(phrasal verb) to cause (something)
e.g. “What brought about the crisis?” “It was brought about by many factors.”
|Bring before||(phrasal verb) to cause (someone or something) to come to (someone or something) for an official decision or judgment
e.g. He was brought (up) before the judge on a charge of obstructing justice.
|Bring down||(phrasal verb) to cause (someone or something) to fall down onto the ground
e.g. The deer was brought down by a single shot.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- have/ school / don’t / to / I / go / tomorrow / to / .
- have /anything / doesn’t / she / pay / to / .
- e-mail / have / to / didn’t / write / the / I / .
- to / he / up / didn’t / give / have / .
- photo / you / have / to / didn’t / submit / your / .
- Correct the following sentences.
- I don’t have to leave yesterday.
- He doesn’t have to help for me.
- They don’t have to ask to me.
- He don’t have to stay here.
- You didn’t had to do this.
- Answer the following questions.
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Through the window: Go to the nearest window. Look out for a full minute. Write about what you saw.
- Burning down the house: Your home is on fire. Grab five items (assume all people and animals are safe). What did you grab?