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Use the simple past, form questions and use negative sentences.
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How do we make the Past Simple Tense? There are two basic structures for the Past Simple tense: 1. Positive sentences subject + main verb Past Simple 2. Negative and […]
This is an out line of what we covered. I had more details, we worked on many examples and other things as they came up.
I asked about Monday’s class. What they did.
We reviewed the basics of what we have long been doing: (for new student)
We continued Comparative and Superlative.
(New student brought this up. Excellent!). Noted that most long, multi-syllable, words do not follow this format. Instead they use words like:
The subject controls the verb/action/does something, something/someone receives the action.
Objects of Prepositions
They liked this class a lot.
He had finally made it to New York City. They call it “the city that never sleeps.” He had always wanted to live there. He had quit his job in Florida. He loved his new neighborhood. He loved his new apartment. He had used half of his savings to pay for one year in advance. But the apartment was so expensive. How could he afford it next year? He had to get rich this year. “How are you going to get rich in just one year?” asked his sister. That was a good question. He didn’t even have a job. But an ordinary job wouldn’t pay his rent next year. An ordinary job wouldn’t allow him to stay in his nice apartment. He didn’t want to move into a cheap apartment. How can I get rich fast, he wondered. He went across the street and bought a lottery ticket.
Answer questions and activities with this story in the series: Get Rich
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