Repeat after the tutor.
- The more you cry, the sadder you will get.
- The faster you walk, the more fat you will burn.
- The more you call her, the angrier she will get.
- The less you sleep, the more tired you will get.
- The more money you spend, the poorer you will get.
- The harder you study, the better grade you can get.
- The more I drank, the more drunk I got.
- The more beer she drank, the sicker she got.
- The deeper I studied, the more confused I was.
- The faster I moved, the more pain I felt.
- The more you laugh, the happier you will get.
- The more you drink, the more tired you will get.
- The harder you exercise, the stronger you will get.
- The deeper you study, the smarter you will get.
- The less you eat, the hungrier you will get.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|Chance upon||(phrasal verb) to find (something) or meet (someone) by chance
e.g. She chanced upon an original copy of the book in her grandfather’s attic.
|Chase down||(phrasal verb) to follow and catch (someone or something)
e.g. Police chased down the robber in an alley.
|Chase up||(phrasal verb) to search for and find (someone or something)
e.g. Can you chase up those files for me?
|Chat up||(phrasal verb) to talk informally with (someone, such as someone you are attracted to)
e.g. He tried to chat up a girl at the dance.
|Check back||(phrasal verb) to return to a place, person, etc., in order to try something again or to get additional information
e.g. We are not hiring today, but check back next month.
|Check in||(phrasal verb) to report to someone when you arrive at a place (such as an airport or convention) to let them know you are there
e.g. Passengers must check in one hour before the flight leaves.
|Check into||(phrasal verb) to arrive at and be given a room in (a hotel, motel, etc.)
e.g. We checked into a hotel.
|Check off on||(phrasal verb) to give official approval for (something)
e.g. My boss will have to check off on [=authorize, approve] my decision.
|Check on||(phrasal verb) to look at or examine (someone or something) to see if there are any problems
e.g. The nurse checked on the patients regularly.
|Check out||(phrasal verb) to leave and pay for your room at a hotel, motel, etc.
e.g. We checked out (of the hotel) early.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- you / the harder / exercise/ , / will / the stronger / get / you / .
- study / the deeper / you / , / get / you / the smarter / will / .
- like/ the more / I / her / , / me / the less / she / liked / .
- jump/ the higher / you / , can/ you / the taller / get / .
- he / the more / people / met / , got / the more / he / popular / .
- Correct the following sentences.
- The more you laugh, the happy you will get.
- The more I eat, the fatter I got.
- The more I cried, the more sad I got.
- The more friends you have, the happier you could get.
- The faster he drove, the more gas he wastes.
- Answer the following questions.
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Back to the future: A service has been invented through which you can send messages to people in the future. To whom would you send something, and what would you write?
- Places: Beach, mountain, forest, or somewhere else entirely?