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.
|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.
- Make a sentence.
- will / They / call / you / when / come / .
- can / She / when / do / it / ask / you / .
- working / He / they / came / when / was / .
- sign / when / Can / arrives / it / you / ?
- you / Will / come / when / home / be / I / ?
- Correct the following sentences.
- She was working when you will bring it.
- Can you call when get there?
- What was the price, when you went?
- They playing when it started raining.
- I was happy when saw the presents.
- Answer the following questions.
- What can you do at the same time as talking on the phone?
- What were you doing when it last rained?
- What did you think when you started this lesson?
- (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- 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.
- History of language: Write a piece of fiction describing the incident that gave rise to the phrase, “third time’s the charm.”