Today's English Exercise
Daily work is most beneficial
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Don't learn single words,
learn words together in phrases and collocations.
- Idioms, phrases or sentences and expressions you have heard related to this vocabulary.
Try writing a limerick or a song using this vocabulary bite.
- Noun phrases or collocations with the word
Give examples of ALL possible
parts of speech
for this word. Remember,
parts of speech depend on the
function of the word in the sentence.
Not the word itself.
Eg "estimate" Noun
(Give me an estimate of the expected damage.)
"Estimate" VERB (Estimate the effect on
the pronunciation of these words is different,
although the spelling is
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Listen and Repeat to your class.
Write the phrase you hear.
Today's Grammar Question
Something is not quite right about "That's utterly kind of you.". What can you say about this sentence?
Quote of the day -
Grammar is only the beginning of good English. I mean , two footballers might both know the rules, but one of them can really play well.
Discuss this quote. What does it mean?
Which one of these is the
odd one out?
- I've got two
- I've got to
- I've got too
What is the difference
in meaning between the other two sentences?
Today's Warm Up Activity - Number 1
Various forms of the word "Law"
Make a list of all words that are forms of the word "law".
You can include various nouns, adjectives and opposites.
The list with the most words will be declared the winner.
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