Tuesday, 19 July 2011

mustn't / don't have to Wednesday 19th July

It is forbidden. You ______ do that.
You ______ ask my permission. You can do what you want.
You ______ speak to the driver when the bus is moving. It's dangerous.
Help yourself to anything you want. You ______ ask.
You ______ park here. There is a double yellow line.
Pay me back when you can. You ______ do it immediately.
It's optional. We ______ to go if you don't want to.
I'll tell you a secret. You ______ tell anybody else. Promise?
Whatever you do, you ______ click with the right mouse button or the program will crash.
Be on time. You ______ be late or we will leave without you.
He's a millionaire. He ______ work but he does because he enjoys it.
I like Saturdays because I ______ go to work.
This is very important. You ______ forget what I said.
It's very informal here. You ______ wear a tie unless you want to.
The train is direct. You ______ change trains.
In boxing, you ______ hit your opponent below the belt.
I ______ wear a suit at work on Fridays. It's 'dressing down day".
In athletics, you ______ start before the gun is fired.
In bridge, you ______ look at other people's cards.
You ______ be mad to work here but it helps.

Monday, 11 July 2011

Simple past, past continuous, past perfect :-)

Run, look, see, walk, be, begin, sit, shout, have, come can, stand, scream, stare, hear, experience, feel, open, light, lie, talk (never)

Last year, my best friend Louise and I _______ __________ through the woods, when we __________ a terrifying face in the sky. It ___________ so big and it ____________ long black hair, and very sharp teeth. In that moment, we ___________ at each other, ____________ loudly and _________ to ___________ run.  Louise and I ____________ in the woods all the time that summer, and we __________ ___________ ___________ a face like that before. We ran to the edge of the forest where we felt safe, and we _________ __________ about how we would escape from this horrible situation. In that exact moment, I ____________ a noise coming from the distance, which made me stand still and listen. Louise _________ hear the noise, which made me feel scared, why only me? Suddenly, the sky ___________   up with a beautiful orange colour. We _____________ still, frozen with fear, and then just as I was ______________ at the sky, a blue light ___________ down and I couldn’t see anything but blue. I __________ __________ _____________  anything like that before in my life. Suddenly, everything went quiet and dark and I could ___________ a soft breeze blowing against my face… Where ________ ___? I ____________ my eyes and I was ___________ on a boat made of wood. I ___________ up and looked around and all I could see was ocean for miles and miles. I then ___________   a voice  ______________ in my ear. Who was this? Suddenly my eyes opened again… and my mom was in my room, telling me to wake up and get ready for school. I guess it was all a dream. 

Vocabulary Unit 3

Part of Speech
planetNounOur planet is an amazing place. 
EarthNounThe name of our planet is Earth.
geographyNounGeography was my favourite class in high school. 
backgroundNounWe give background information of a story in past continuous.
interruptVerbPlease close the door.  I don't want anyone to interrupt this meeting.
North AmericaNounNorth America has a lot of oil.
South AmericaNounMost countries in South America speak Spanish.
EuropeNounEurope has had many wars.
AsiaNounAsia grows a lot of rice.
AntarcticaNounAlmost nobody lives in Antarctica because of the weather.
OceaniaNounThe biggest country in Oceania is Australia. 
continentNounThere are five continents in the world.
explorerNounChristopher Columbus was a famous explorer. 
discoverVerbColumbus discovered America. 
The Pacific Noun, AdjectiveThe Pacific Ocean is the largest in the world.  
The Arctic OceanNoun, AdjectiveMany bears live in the arctic. 
The AtlanticNoun, AdjectiveNew York is close to the Atlantic. 
The Indian OceanAdjectiveThe Indian Ocean is warm.
The Southern Ocean / The Antarctic OceanNounSome countries call this ocean the Southern Ocean, and some countries call this the Antarctic Ocean. 
southernAdjectiveSouthern USA has a lot of delicious food.
northernAdjectiveShe is from northern Europe. 
westernAdjectiveWestern Canada has beautiful mountains. 
easternNounEastern USA has a lot of big cities. 
south ofPhraseMy home is south of the city. 
north ofPhraseCanada is north of USA. 
west ofPhraseWest of Korea is China. 
east ofPhraseEast of Toronto is Montreal. 
shipNounThere were many ships in the water.
sailVerbThey had sailed a long time when the storm came.
strait NounSailing in a strait is usually safer than the ocean. 
journey NounThe journey from my country to Canada took almost 22 hours.
coastNounIn the future, I want to live somewhere on the coast.
directionNounWhat direction is the wind blowing?
frightened AdjectiveThe animals were frightened so they ran away. 
halfNounMore than half the people in the world are women.
quarterNounA quarter hour is 15 minutes.
centuryNounCanada became a country in the 19th century.
populationNounThe population of the city is under one million.
increaseVerb Because of the war, the price of gas increased.
decreaseVerbThe population of the beach town decreases in the winter.
earthquakeNounThe earthquake shook our house.
damageNoun, VerbThe damage from the storm was too much.
causeNoun, VerbThe cause of the injury was strange. 
injureVerbHe injured his leg in the fire. 
injuryNounI have never had a serious injury.
The Richter ScaleNounThe earthquake measured 6.5 on the Richter Scale.
measureVerbYou can measure the age of a tree by counting its rings.
repairVerbI need to repair my barbecue for the summer.
waveNounThe waves were huge during the tsunami. 
groundNounThe ground shook during the earthquake. 
shakeVerbWhy is the table shaking?
occurVerbA terrible and serious tsunami occured in Thailand and Indonesia in the early 2000s.
stormNounThe storm damaged many buildings. 
naturalAdjectiveThere are many natural causes of cancer. 
natureNounI want to live close to nature. 
disasterNoun The disaster killed many people.
tsunamiNounA tsunami is a dangerous and large wave.
landslideNounA landslide damaged the highway. 
blizzardNounThe blizzard closed the schools. 
droughtNounLots of countries don't have enough rain to grow food. This is called drought. 
volcanoNounThe volcano erupted last night.
eruptVerbThe volcano erupted last night.
hurricaneNounThe hurricane destroyed many farms.
typhoonNounA typhoon is a strong wind storm.
flood NounThe rain was so strong floods started to rise.
rescueVerbThe man rescued the lost girl.

Unit 4

Listening and Speaking (Prepositions)