3-26. I won’t care even if she is the president


Repeat after the tutor. 

  • I want to go there even if it rains.
  • They don’t care even if you quit.
  • Keep running even if you fail.
  • Don’t cry even if your life treats you hard.
  • Don’t run even if you are late.
  • Don’t move even if the bear moves.
  • Don’t give up even if it’s not easy.
  • I can get an A even if I don’t study.
  • I can do this even if you don’t agree with me.
  • You can pass this test even if you’re stupid.
  • You can’t be popular even if you try.
  • I will always be your fan even if you get old.
  • I will be here even if you don’t come back.
  • They will dance even if you laugh at them.
  • I will not study even if you teach me.


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
treat (v) to think of an act toward someone or something in a specified way
(n) something pleasant or amusing that is unusual or unexpected
(v) The employees were treated poorly.
(n) Getting ice cream was a fun treat.
laugh at (phrasal verb) to show that you are happy or that you think something is funny by smiling and making a sound from your throat
I like it when they laugh at my jokes.
leftover (n) a thing that remains after something is finished or ended
They had leftovers from the party.
cautious (adj) careful about avoiding danger or risk
When you’re in a place you’re not familiar with, make sure you’re always cautious of your surroundings.
flu shot (n) vaccine which provides immunity to a variety of influenza viruses and is updated and recommended annually
Before winter, be sure to get your flu shot to stay healthy.
private (adj) for the use of a single person or group: belonging to one person or group: not public
Take the private drive off the main road to get to her house.
celebrity (n) a person who is famous
If you see a celebrity, try to get a picture with them.
sensation (n) a particular feeling or effect that your body experiences
The lotion had a tingling sensation on my arm.
be drawn to (phrasal verb) to be attracted to someone or something
The child was drawn to the train exhibit with fascination.
helping hand (n) help or assistance
She was always willing to give a helping hand to those in need.


Go over the following exercise with your tutors. 

  1. Make a sentence.
    1. would / to / not / him / even / he / would / I / speak / if / apologized
    2. leftover / guests / if / all / even / there / be / will / food / the / eat
    3. prepared / cautious / completely / if / is / she / she / even / be / should 
    4. qualified / not / is / if / she / even / the / for / will / apply / Kate / job 
    5. tired / even / they / if / the / will / stand / people / anthem / the / for / are
  2. Correct the following sentences. 
    1. She did not want to leave the house, even if he make her.
    2. The penguins wanted to stay for the winter, even if it were cold.
    3. You should got a flu shot, even if you may not be sick yet.
    4. They would watch the actor’s movie, even if he wasn’t a good people in real life. 
    5. The lion wanted to eat his meal privately, even if there were others who wanted a bites.
  3. Answer the following questions.
    1. Is there anything you would eat even if you know that it was bad for you?
    2. Who is the one person you would like to have a coffee with, even if they are a celebrity
    3. What kind of pet would you like to have (even if it was an animal that should be a pet)
  4. (Homework) Write a paragraph.
    1. Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
    2. Feed your senses: Write down the first sight, sound, smell, and sensation you
      experienced on waking up today. Pick the one you’re most drawn to, and write. (For a bigger challenge, pick the one you’re least drawn to.)
    3. Helping hand: Tell us about the most surprising helping hand you’ve ever received.


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

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