3-13. You look so beautiful when you smile


Repeat after the tutor. 

  • Call me when you get there.
  • Drink coffee when you work.
  • Use my car when you pick up Ricky.
  • I was scared when I saw the zombie.
  • I was watching a movie when you called me.
  • I was exercising when you were eating pizza.
  • My sister was sleeping when I came.
  • They were playing a game when I was working.
  • I laughed when my daughter danced.
  • We screamed when we heard the good news.
  • Were you embarrassed when you fell?
  • Were you sad when you failed the test?
  • Did they drink water when they were thirsty?
  • Can you help me when I need you?
  • What did you do when they stole your idea?


Here are some grammar tips. 


Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.

Vocabulary/ Expressions

Expression Definition
satisfaction (n) a happy or pleased feeling because of something that you did or something that happened
He was excited about the satisfaction of a job well done.
incident (n) an unexpected and usually unpleasant thing that happens
The plates broke from an incident involving a baseball.
give rise to (phrasal verb) to cause or produce something
His kind behavior gave rise to people liking him.
charm (n) something that is believed to have magic powers and especially prevents bad luck: a quality that causes someone or something to be very likable
The cottage had a pleasant small-town charm.
fortune (n) a very large amount of money: something that happens by chance
He’ll make a fortune with this new project.
occasion (n) a special event or time
They celebrated the special occasion with a cake.
keep on (phrasal verb) to continue happening, doing something, working, etc.
The snow kept on during the entire day.
pay due (phrasal verb) to earn a position or respect of others by working hard and gaining necessary skills
To move up in the company, he had to pay his dues in late nights.
directory (n) a book that contains an alphabetical list of names of people, businesses, etc.
To find her phone number, look in the directory.
index (n) an alphabetical list at the end of a book that shows the page where each thing in the list can be found
Find the recipe for cookies in the index.


Go over the following exercise with your tutors. 

  1. Make a sentence.
    1. will / They / call / you / when / come / .
    2. can / She / when / do / it / ask / you / .
    3. working / He / they / came / when / was / .
    4. sign / when / Can / arrives / it / you / ?
    5. you / Will / come / when / home / be / I / ? 
  2. Correct the following sentences. 
    1. She was working when you will bring it.
    2. Can you call when get there? 
    3. What was the price, when you went? 
    4. They playing when it started raining.
    5. I was happy when saw the presents.
  3. Answer the following questions.
    1. What can you do at the same time as talking on the phone?
    2. What were you doing when it last rained?
    3. What did you think when you started this lesson?
  4. (Homework) Write a paragraph.
    1. Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
    2. The satisfaction of a list: Who doesn’t love a list? So write one! Top five slices of pizza in your town, ten reasons disco will never die, the three secrets to happiness — go silly or go deep, just go list-y.
    3. History of language: Write a piece of fiction describing the incident that gave rise to the phrase, “third time’s the charm.”


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

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