2-31. She might have lost my number

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Warm-up

Repeat after the tutor. 

  • I might have loved my girlfriend.
  • She might have forgotten my number.
  • We might have made a mistake.
  • You might have been lonely.
  • They might have been busy today.
  • Diane might have been happy at the party.
  • My mom might not have liked my girlfriend.
  • My dad might not have hated Alex.
  • Carrie might not have regretted her decision.
  • She might not have been made at me.
  • I might have forgotten.
  • You might have met her before.
  • She might have liked you.
  • They might have seen us.
  • I might have made a mistake.

Notes

Here are some grammar tips. 

Vocabulary

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

Vocabulary/ Expressions

Expression Definition
firefighter (n) a member of a group that works to put out fires
Call on 1 (phrasal verb) to ask (someone or something) to do something : to say that someone or something should do something — followed by to + verb
e.g. The opposition has called on/upon the governor to resign.
Call on 2 (phrasal verb) to ask for help from (someone)
e.g. Is there anyone you can call on in an emergency?
Call on 3 (phrasal verb) to use (something, such as a talent or skill)
e.g. She had to call on/upon all her reserves of strength and skill to meet the challenge.
Call on 4 (phrasal verb) to ask for a response from (someone, such as a student)
e.g. I was hoping the teacher wouldn’t call on me, because I didn’t know the answer.
Call on 5 (phrasal verb) to make a brief visit to (someone)
e.g. I’m planning to call on an old friend after I leave here.
Call on 6 (phrasal verb) to directly criticize (someone) for (something, such as bad behavior)
e.g. He’s incredibly rude, but no one ever calls him on it.
Call out 1 (phrasal verb) to speak in a loud voice
e.g. He called out to passersby for help.
Call out 2 (phrasal verb) to order or tell (a group of people, such as soldiers) to come or go somewhere
e.g. The governor has called out troops to help control the riot.
Call out 3 (phrasal verb) to order or tell (workers) to go on strike
e.g. Factory workers are expected to be called out on strike if a new contract isn’t signed by tomorrow.

Exercise

Go over the following exercise with your tutors. 

  1. Make a sentence.
    1. forgotten / might / I / have / .
    2. have / they / us / seen / might / .
    3. it / might / you / in / have / lost / taxi / the / .
    4. might / each / have / other / we / misunderstood / .
    5. his / been / different / have / idea / might / .
  2. Correct the following sentences. 
    1. You might have meet her before.
    2. She might had liked you.
    3. He might has been thirsty.
    4. It might have been difficulty.
    5. He might not have worked tomorrow.
  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. Mentor: Have you ever had a mentor? What was the greatest lesson you learned from him or her?
    3. Far from normal: Many of us think of our lives as boringly normal, while others live the high life. Take a step back, and take a look at your life as an outsider might. Now, tell us at least six unique, exciting, or just plain odd things about yourself.

Wrap-up

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

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