2-34. You might as well buy two

Warm-up

Repeat after the tutor. 

  • I might as well live in Gangnam.
  • We might as well order two boxes.
  • They might as well stay one more week.
  • She might as well by a necklace, too.
  • He might as well invite his cousin, too.
  • Judy might as well break up with Brian.
  • You might as well sleep early tonight.
  • I might as well go with you.
  • Bailey might as well marry her fiance.
  • We might as well finish everything by today.
  • I might as well work tonight.
  • You might as well leave now.
  • He might as well sell his watch.
  • She might as well move to America.
  • They might as well work for me.

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
Catch at (phrasal verb) to reach for and try to hold (something)
e.g. The baby caught at my dress as I walked past.
Catch fire (phrasal verb) to begin to burn
e.g. Newspaper catches fire [=ignites] easily.
Catch it (phrasal verb) to be punished or scolded
e.g. He’s really going to catch it from his boss if he comes in late again!
Catch on 1 (phrasal verb) to become popular
e.g. This trend is catching on with/among college students.
Catch on 2 (phrasal verb) to learn or understand something
e.g. Once you start playing the game, the kids will catch onpretty quickly.
Catch out (phrasal verb) to show that (someone) does not know something or is doing something bad
e.g. She loved catching teachers out by asking tough questions.
Catch up 1 (phrasal verb) to move fast enough to join someone or something that is in front of you
e.g. They went so fast we couldn’t catch up.
Catch up 2 (phrasal verb) to learn about recent events
e.g. We haven’t seen each other in such a long time; we’ve got lots of catching up to do!
Catch up on (phrasal verb) to do (something) that you could have done earlier
e.g. She has to catch up on her homework.
Catch up with (phrasal verb) to begin to affect (someone) usually in a bad way
e.g. All those late nights are really starting to catch up withme!

Exercise

Go over the following exercise with your tutors. 

  1. Make a sentence.
    1. she / try / as / well / might / again / .
    2. vegetables / might / as / I / eat / well / .
    3. you / as / tomorrow / well / might / come / .
    4. well / might / as / us / stay / she / with / .
    5. I / start / now / as / well / this / might / project / .
  2. Correct the following sentences. 
    1. I might as well working tonight.
    2. He might as well sold his watch.
    3. She might as well moves to America.
    4. He might as well buy a two shirts.
    5. He might as well start to his business.
  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. B+: Write about what you did last weekend as though you’re a music critic reviewing a new album.
    3. Buffalo nickel: Dig through your couch cushions, your purse, or the floor of your car and look at the year printed on the first coin you find. What were you doing that year?

Wrap-up

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

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