Repeat after the tutor.
- You’d better exercise every day.
- We’d better learn English now.
- She’d better prepare her presentation.
- They’d better pay more money.
- This test had better be easy.
- You’d better not laugh in the church.
- He’d better not cheat on the test.
- They’d better not call the police.
- I’d better not make a mistake.
- We’d better not be late.
- You’d better leave.
- You’d better give up.
- You’d better study English.
- He’d better run away.
- She’d better call me now.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|church||(n) a building that is used for religious services
e.g. We’d better go to church tomorrow morning.
|undo||(v) to open or release (something) : to change or stop the effect of (something)
e.g. You’d better try to undo your mistake.
|mistake||(n) something that is not correct : a wrong action, statement, or judgment
e.g. You’d better not make a mistake on your test.
|repercussions||(n) something usually bad or unpleasant that happens as a result of an action, statement, etc.
e.g. You’d better learn from the repercussions of your mistake.
|cast away||(phrasal verb) to leave (someone) alone somewhere (such as on an island) as a result of a storm, shipwreck, etc.
e.g. You’d better not leave me here, I’ll be a cast away.
|alternative||(n) something that can be chosen instead of something else : not usual or traditional
e.g. You’d better have an alternative option for that.
|satisfy||(v) to cause (someone) to be happy or pleased
e.g. This meal had better satisfy me.
|glorious||(adj) having or deserving glory, fame, or honor
e.g. He’d better realize how glorious his painting is.
|detail||(n) a small part of something
e.g. You’d better tell me all the details of the story.
|gourmet||(adj) often describing high-quality or exotic ingredients and skilled preparation: gourmet meals; gourmet cooking.
e.g. You’d better serve me a gourmet meal tonight.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- give / you’d / up / better / .
- study / you’d / English / better / .
- a / find / better / we’d / job / .
- better / you’d / me / hire / .
- forget / better / our / not / you’d / anniversary / .
- Correct the following sentences.
- They’d better work hardly.
- You’d better not be cry.
- He’d better not calls me again.
- She’d better not touching me.
- You’d better not stole my ring.
- Answer the following questions.
- He’d better not _____. Finish that sentence with 3 different alternatives.
- What are 3 things you’d better not forget? (use “I’d better not”)
- What are 3 things you’d better pay for? (use “I’d better”)
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Undo: If you could un-invent something, what would it be? Discuss why, potential repercussions, or a possible alternative.
- Seconds: Describe the most satisfying meal you’ve ever eaten, in glorious detail.