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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.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|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.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- forgotten / might / I / have / .
- have / they / us / seen / might / .
- it / might / you / in / have / lost / taxi / the / .
- might / each / have / other / we / misunderstood / .
- his / been / different / have / idea / might / .
- Correct the following sentences.
- You might have meet her before.
- She might had liked you.
- He might has been thirsty.
- It might have been difficulty.
- He might not have worked tomorrow.
- Answer the following questions.
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Mentor: Have you ever had a mentor? What was the greatest lesson you learned from him or her?
- 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.