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