lesson 61

English Course Online 61

Today’s Focus:

  • Vocabulary related to
  • Grammar point: Prepositions after verbs, adjectives after nouns.

1/ Vocabulary Practice

  • prepositions after verbs
  • adjectives after nouns.
  • Everybody
  • laughed at me
  • a quiet holiday.
  • half empty
  • hardly anyone
  • in the pool
  • to have to deal
  • do not have to worry about
  • a Chiringuito
  •  a three-course meal
  • for the price of
  • a  takeaway
  • the waiter
  • seems not
  • to be concentrating on
  • job.
  • He hasn’t seen us.
  • to be used to
  • hurrying.
  • It is better that way.
  • to come over
  • to apologize
  • to be a bit tired
  • only just finished
  • eating their lunch
  • to start to come out
  • for dinner.
  • wine,
  • grazie.
  • darling.
  • gracias.
  • to remind someone of
  • on the television
  • Rodney Trotter.
  • to be right about
  • meant to be
  • multilingual.
  • to be angry with someone
  • to be keen on
  • fried food
  • to go for
  • a salad
  • as a starter.
  • in German.
  • out of practice
  • All is well that ends well.

2/ Grammar Practice

3/ Sentence Practice

Prepositions after verbs, adjectives after nouns.

Everybody laughed at me when I said I was going to Spain for a quiet holiday.

The hotels were half empty and there was hardly anyone in the pool. We don’t have to deal with taxis.

We don’t have to worry about money.

Look we’ve found this Chiringuito with a three-course menu for the price of a bad takeaway in England.

The waiter seems not to be concentrating on his job. He hasn’t seen them.

He is not used to hurrying. It is better that way.

He came over to apologize for not seeing them. I am a bit tired

The Spanish have only just finished eating their lunch and the English are starting to come out for dinner.

What wine would you like? I prefer water to wine, grazie.

That’s Italian darling. In Spain, they say gracias.

You remind me of someone on the television, Rodney Trotter.

You’re right about that. I’m not sure I was meant to be multilingual.

You are not angry with me, are you?

No, I’m not keen on fried food. I think I will go for the salad as a starter.

They have given me the menu in German. I am a touch out of practice with German.

That was a nice meal.

All is well that ends well.

4/ Practice Quiz

Complete the quizzes below.

  1. Today’s comprehension interactive video: 
  2. Today’s sentences drag and drop: 
  3. Today’s grammar fill in the right words: 

 

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