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Repeat after the tutor.
- If I were you, I would hate myself.
- If you were not my sister, I would hate you.
- If I had money, I would buy a building in Gangnam.
- If I were a tiger, I could run really fast.
- If we lived in Mars, we could be free.
- If Candice were my daughter, I would be proud of her.
- If today were the last day, we would be sad.
- If you had a son, your life wouldn’t be easy.
- If she had a pink dress, she could wear it tonight.
- If I were a woman, would I be happy?
- If I were a bird, I could fly to the sky.
- If I were rich, I could buy this Ferrary.
- If I were Korean, I could speak Korean.
- If I were funny, I could become a comedian.
- If I were 21, I could drink beer.
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|Mars||(n) the planet that is fourth in order from the sun
|proud||(ad) very happy and pleased because of something you have done, something you own, someone you know or are related to, etc. : feeling pride
e.g. I was proud that I never gave in.
|tuxedo||(n) a formal suit for a man
especially : a formal black suit worn with a white shirt and a black bow tie
|Come about||(phrasal verb) to happen
e.g. Their meeting came about by accident/chance.
|Come across||(phrasal verb) to meet or find (something or someone) by chance
e.g. Researchers have come across important new evidence.
|Come after||(phrasal verb) to chase (someone) : to try to find or capture (someone you want to hurt or punish)
e.g. They’re worried that the government might be coming afterthem.
|Come again||(phrasal verb) used to ask someone to repeat something that was not heard or understood clearly
e.g. “Her name is Hermione.” “Come again? I didn’t quite hear you.” “I said her name is Hermione.”
|Come along||(phrasal verb) to go somewhere with someone
e.g. I’m going to the museum tomorrow. Would you like to come along?
|Come a long way||(phrasal verb) to rise to a much higher level of success : to become very successful
e.g. He’s come a long way from his days as a young reporter. Now he’s one of the country’s most respected journalists.
|Come and go||(phrasal verb) used to talk about time that has passed
e.g. More than a hundred years have come and gone since the day of that famous battle.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- I / 21 / if / were / , / drink / could / I / beer / .
- were / if / men / we / , / could / we / them/ understand /.
- if / skinny / were / I / , / skinny / wear / would / I / jeans / .
- you / if / tall / were / , / be / you / more / would / popular / .
- loved / if / she / you / , / you / wouldn’t / she / to / lie / .
- Correct the following sentences.
- If I am a bird, I could fly to the sky.
- If I were rich, I can buy this Ferrari.
- If I were fun, I could become a comedian.
- If I lived in France, I could visit to Paris.
- If I had money, I won’t leave San Diego.
- Answer the following questions.
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- Comfort zone: What are you more comfortable with — routine and planning, or laissez-faire spontaneity?
- Show and tell: You’ve been asked to do a five-minute presentation to a group of young schoolchildren on the topic of your choice. Describe your presentation.