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Nice weather in the shade. H and I sat outside at Starbucks under an umbrella. Warm Up We chat about the past week, if anything new or different had happened. It takes considerable effort to get the story straight, which is excellent work for the student. They are invested in…

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Count and Non-Count #Nouns This lesson and the exercise use food vocabulary. Learn food vocabulary in the Level 200 Vocabulary topics. #Countable Nouns Some words take an ‘s’ when you talk about more than one. These words are called count or countable nouns. Example 1 apple   2 apples  Uncountable Nouns…

Easy Grammar Lecture Use Now

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. Verbs We reviewed the basics of what we have long been doing: (for new student) Simple present, past and future Progressive past, […]

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Sunny, breezy, and a little humid today.  Full class. Conclusion: Did not go to plan at all today.  Saved original plan to repost separately. We went through thoroughly, with each S giving examples and answering questions. Day/Dates When we say the date we use ordinal numbers, but we do not…

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Sunny, breezy, and a little humid today.  Full class. Conclusion: Did not go to plan at all today.  Saved original plan to repost separately. We went through thoroughly, with each S giving examples and answering questions. Day/Dates When we say the date we use ordinal numbers, but we do not write them: we say March…

Class 25 March, 2015 was originally published on Notes for Class

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Today it is gray and chilly.  I am pleased about the cold.  Yay!  Oh, and then it rained.  Just G and I today.  She gave me lovely gifts!  Matching necklace, earrings, and ring, and a soft, sparkly wrap.  Awesome!  I will take her to lunch, and we can eat and chat.  Wonderful. Grammar To Have […]

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