Repeat after the tutor.
- I might be able to attend the seminar.
- She might be able to wear these skinny jeans.
- We might be able to buy the tickets.
- They might be able to hang out with us.
- Thomas might be able to solve this quiz.
- I might not be able to move to England.
- We might not be able to get free meals.
- She might not be able to participate in our meeting.
- My sister might not be able to get married.
- My brother might not be able to go to college.
- I might be able to help you.
- I might be able to come to your party.
- She might be able to buy this ring.
- He might be able to visit you.
- They might be able to help us.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|meal||(n) the foods eaten or prepared for eating at one time
e.g. He eats/has three full meals a day.
|Carry off||(phrasal verb) to do (something difficult) successfully : to achieve or accomplish (something)
e.g. He tried to look cool but couldn’t carry it off.
|Carry on||(phrasal verb) to continue to do what you have been doing
e.g. I didn’t mean to interrupt you—please carry on.
|Carry on with||(phrasal verb) to continue doing or participating in (an activity)
e.g. Please carry on with what you were doing.
|Carry out||(phrasal verb) to do and complete (something)
e.g. We carried out several experiments to test the theory.
|Carry over||(phrasal verb) to continue to exist or be seen in another place or situation
e.g. His unhappiness at home carried over into/to his work.
|Carry through||(phrasal verb) to continue to exist or happen — usually + to
e.g. The yellow and blue theme in the kitchen carries through to the rest of the house.
|Cash in 1||(phrasal verb) to obtain money for (something that you own)
e.g. She cashed in her stocks.
|Cash in 2||(phrasal verb) to take advantage of something in order to make money
e.g. stores cashing in on Christmas
|Cash in 3||(phrasal verb) to make money from something
e.g. He is going to cash in big [=make a lot of money] when he sells his house at the beach.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- help / us / be able to / might / they / .
- might / this / understand /be able to/ Andy / .
- arrive / I / 5 / might / be able to / before / .
- might / test / be able to / the / pass / you / .
- here / might / be able to / she / study / .
- Correct the following sentences.
- Kelly might be able to teach for us.
- I might be able to answer to your question.
- I might be able to help for your sister.
- Chloe might be able to study at Japan.
- Janice might be able to pay by cash.
- Answer the following questions.
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Nightmares: Describe the last nightmare you remember having. What do you think it meant?
- A plot of earth: You’re given a plot of land and have the financial resources to do what you please. What’s the plan?