Repeat after the tutor.
- Let’s see if he wins.
- Ask your sister if she is busy tomorrow.
- Ask him if he knows the answer.
- I asked her if she was American.
- I am not sure if she sold her book.
- I am not sure if my parents agree with me.
- I don’t know if he ate my cake.
- I don’t know if this cake is sweet.
- I don’t remember if I locked the door.
- Do you know if this is new?
- Do you know if he is an actor or not?
- Do you remember if you turned off the light?
- Do you know if this is a limited edition?
- Does she know if this is true or not?
- Can you find out if this is his computer?
Here are some grammar tips.
Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.
|limited edition||(n) a special book, picture, medal, etc. for which only a small number of copies are produced and sold
The limited edition sneakers were around for only a short while.
|belong||(v) used to say that someone or something should be in a particular place or situation
She put the groceries where they belong.
|legal||(adj) of or relating to the law
Her paper was on the country’s legal system.
|allergy||(n) a medical condition that causes someone to become sick after eating, touching or breathing something that is harmless to most people
Let the teacher know if you have a food allergy.
|behave||(v) to act in an acceptable way: to act properly
Please behave in the restaurant.
|attempt||(v) to try to do something: to try to accomplish or complete something
His first attempt at a novel was weak.
|guarantee||(n) a promise that something will happen or be done, that something is true or real
The salesman will guarantee it will be the best mattress ever.
|unknown||(adj) not known, not well-known, not famous
Her illness came from an unknown source.
|uncertain||(adj) not exactly known or decided: not definite or fixed
Their time of departure was still uncertain.
|with a grain of salt||(idiom) to view something with skepticism or not to interpret something literally
Not knowing if it was real, he read the research with a grain of salt.
Go over the following exercise with your tutors.
- Make a sentence.
- you / remember / he / do / if /us / take /skiing / promised / he (?)
- one / the / know / do / you / if / is / she (?)
- you / find / if / this / to / not / or / him / can / out / belongs (?)
- that / if / is / I / not / am / good / sure / idea / a
- is / I / if / will / out / find / legal / that
2. Correct the following sentences.
- I am not sure if she decide to go
- Will you found out if he has an allergy to peanuts?
- I can’t speak to her if she is going to behaves that way
- There is no question that if Nellie wants to leave, she will not be come back.
- I wouldn’t be surprise if he ate all of the cake.
3. Answer the following questions.
- Do you know if you have finished all your tasks for the day?
- Do you know if there are any important holidays coming up for you?
- What do you think would happen if we found out that aliens were real?
4. (Homework) Write a paragraph.
- Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
- If Only: Include 5 ‘if’ statements, such as ‘If I do A, then B will happen”
- Too big to fail: Tell us about something you would attempt if you were guaranteed not to fail (and tell us why you haven’t tried it yet).