3-22.I only wear jeans even though I have many clothes

Warm-up

Repeat after the tutor. 

  • I am thirsty even though I drank water.
  • I am strong even though I am skinny.
  • I am depressed even though I have everything.
  • I was still hungry even though I ate chicken.
  • He is weak even though he is young.
  • I like my coat even though it’s old.
  • I miss New York even though I didn’t like there.
  • She failed even though I helped her.
  • He bought a house even though he was jobless.
  • They don’t want me even though I did my best.
  • You didn’t wake up even though I called you 100 times.
  • Is it cold in Russia even though it’s July?
  • Are you happy even though tomorrow is Monday?
  • Are you scared even though I am here?
  • Did you fail even though you tried again?

Notes

Here are some grammar tips. 

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Vocabulary

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

Vocabulary/ Expressions

Expression Definition
jobless (adj) being without a job
The store closing caused 10 people to be jobless
in between jobs (adj) being currently unemployed from being fired or having quit or laid off and not yet have found a job
After he was laid off, he was in between jobs for a few months.
neighborhood (n) a section of a town or city
She lives in the neighborhood on the other side of town.
evasive (adj) not honest or direct
Not wanting to confront him, she gave an evasive answer.
keep a secret (phrasal verb) not to tell a secret
Will you keep a secret for me?
unconventional (adj) very different from the things that are used or accepted by most people
The manager had unconventional business practices.
eccentric (adj) tending to act in strange or unusual ways
His strange habits contributed to his eccentric character.
atypical (adj) not typical; not usual or normal
Stopping for coffee was atypical for his routine.
unlikely (adj) not likely – used to say that something probably will not happen or is not true
With the current forecast, snow is unlikely.
suspicious (adj) causing a feeling that something is wrong or that someone is behaving wrongly
After the break-in, she was suspicious of everything.

Exercise

Go over the following exercise with your tutors. 

  1. Make a sentence.
    1. cold / though / even / it’s / I / am / summer / .
    2. shopped / money / even / though / She / had / no / .
    3. though / even / hungry/ they / ate / They / weren’t / .
    4. you / want / to / didn’t / Did / leave / even / though / you / ?
    5. though / over / Are / even / you / happy / it’s / ?
  2. Correct the following sentences. 
    1. I wanted to be with her even though she make me angry
    2. Don’t gone to that neighborhood, even though your friend may have gone
    3. I would never eating cheese, even though my mom says it’s delicious
    4. Alice wanted to quit her job, even though her needed the money
    5. She wouldn’t stopped complaining, even though she had lost the race
  3. Answer the following questions.
    1. Have you even done something even though you knew you shouldn’t have?
    2. Is there anything you would never do, even though you hadn’t tried it?
    3. When should you 
  4. (Homework) Write a paragraph.
    1. Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
    2. Evasive action: What’s the most significant secret you’ve ever kept? Did the truth ever come out?
    3. Unconventional love: Tell us about the most unconventional love in your life.

Wrap-up

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

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