insert image here (ratio 2:1 if possible)
Repeat after the tutor.
- I am able to solve this problem.
- She is able to write song.
- We are not able to attend the meeting.
- I was able to build this company.
- They were able to land the plane.
- She was not able to explain her situation.
- You will be able to participate in the meeting.
- She won’t be able to come tomorrow.
- Are you able to do this?
- Were you able to find the suspect?
- I was able to help Robin.
- I was able to run fast.
- She was able to come.
- He was able to fix this problem.
- We are able to invest more money.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|attend||(v) to go to and be present at (an event, meeting, etc.)
e.g. My husband and I will both attend the banquet.
|land||(v) to return to the ground or another surface after a flight
e.g. The plane landed on the runway.
|participate||(v) to be involved with others in doing something : to take part in an activity or event with others
e.g. Most people joined the game, but a few chose not to participate.
|suspect||(v) to think that (someone) is possibly guilty of a crime or of doing something wrong
e.g. He’s suspected in four burglaries.
|Bump into||(phrasal verb) to meet (someone) by chance : to see and usually talk to (someone you did not expect to see)
e.g. I bumped into [=ran into] a friend at the store.
|Bump off||(phrasal verb) to murder (someone)
e.g. He knew too much, so they bumped him off.
|Bump up||(phrasal verb) to move (something or someone) to a higher level, position, rank, etc.
e.g. Prices are being bumped up.
|Bundle off||(phrasal verb) to send (someone) to a place quickly or suddenly
e.g. He bundled the children off to school.
|Bundle up||(phrasal verb) to dress (yourself or someone else) warmly
e.g. Be sure to bundle up. It’s cold out there.
|Bunk off||(phrasal verb) to not go to (school, work, etc.)
e.g. We used to bunk off school as kids.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- was / she / come / to / able / .
- you / will / with / able / I / be / to / hang / out / tomorrow / .
- won’t / able / you / be / I / teach / to / .
- she / able / us / to / is / with / work / now / ?
- he / to / anything / is / able / draw / ?
- Correct the following sentences.
- I was able to ran fast.
- We are able to investing more money.
- She be not able to call us last night.
- He won’t be able to go to school yesterday.
- Are you be able to walk?
- Answer the following questions.
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Call me, maybe: Describe your relationship with your phone. Is it your lifeline, a buzzing nuisance, or something in between?
- Choose your adventure: Write a story or post with an open ending, and let your readers invent the conclusion.