2-39. Who am I supposed to see?

Warm-up

Repeat after the tutor. 

  • Who am I supposed to contact?
  • What are we supposed to wear for the party?
  • Where is she supposed to see Eugene?
  • When are you supposed to leave?
  • Why am I supposed to follow you?
  • How am I supposed to save $500?
  • What are they supposed to introduce at the seminar?
  • Who was he supposed to assist?
  • Why were we supposed to pay taxes?
  • When were you supposed to renew it?
  • When are you supposed to visit Brazil?
  • Who are you supposed to see now?
  • Where are you supposed to go tomorrow?
  • How am I supposed to fix this?
  • What are you supposed to do today?

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
Choke up (phrasal verb) If you choke up or get/become (all) choked up, you are almost crying and have trouble talking because of strong emotion.
e.g. He chokes up whenever he tries to talk about the accident.
Choose sides (phrasal verb) to divide a group into two teams that will play against each other
e.g. When we chose sides in gym class, I was always the last person to be picked to be on a team.
Chop and change (phrasal verb) to keep changing your mind, your way of doing something, etc.
e.g. You have to make a decision and stick with it. You can’t chop and change all the time.
Chop down (phrasal verb) to cut (a tree, bush, etc.) at the bottom so that it falls to the ground
e.g. He chopped the tree down.
Chop up (phrasal verb) to cut (something) into small pieces
e.g. She chopped up the nuts and added them to the cookie dough.
Chop off (phrasal verb) to remove (something) by cutting
e.g. She’d had her ponytail chopped off.
Chuck out (phrasal verb) to force (someone) to leave
e.g. If they don’t pay their rent, the landlord will have to chuckthem out.
Churn out (phrasal verb) to produce (something, especially something of low quality) quickly as part of a continuous process
e.g. the latest graduates churned out by the college
Clam up (phrasal verb) to refuse to speak
e.g. When the police started asking questions, the suspect clammed up.
Clamp down on (phrasal verb) to act strictly to prevent something
e.g. The local authorities have decided to clamp down on illegal parking in handicapped parking places.

Exercise

Go over the following exercise with your tutors. 

  1. Make a sentence.
    1. go / to / where / you / supposed / are / tomorrow / ?
    2. this / am / I / how / supposed / fix / to / ?
    3. supposed / were / where / stay / to / you / ?
    4. marry / supposed / is / she / who / to / ?
    5. they / what / are / here / arrive / supposed / to / time / ?
  2. Correct the following sentences. 
    1. When are you supposed to visit to Brazil?
    2. Who are you supposed to do today?
    3. Who am I supposed to followed?
    4. What was they supposed to memorize?
    5. Where is she supposed to live in?
  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. Seven days: You wake up tomorrow morning to find all your plans have been cancelled for the next seven days and $10,000 on your dresser. Tell us about your week.
    3. Fantasy: The Tooth Fairy (or Easter Bunny, or Santa Claus . . .) : a fun and harmless fiction, or a pointless justification for lying to children?

Wrap-up

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

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