F2F Class Notes (Joe) [w]

Today we focused on:

We focused on the differences between ‘hope’, ‘expect’ and ‘wish’.

Vocabulary

Hope – big chance (but not sure)
I hope I will get dinner at home

Wish – small chance
I wish I could dinner at home

Expect – we have a good reason to hope for something
I expect to get dinner / I expect I will get dinner at home

Peace – noun
I hope the world will have peace

Peaceful – adj
I hope the world will be peaceful

I will back home
I will go back home

Writing

I hope HK is a peace city now, all people have back to normal lives. I can foresee HK is broken after months of devastation. I think most of HK people want to have peace and development. After these months of struggle, the city actually consumed by themselves. They need a lot of time to recover. But their tax-free shopping policy can still bring them considerable economic income. I hope this city could recover fast and good. It is an important part of China. Another hand I hope this trip to HK will be very smoothly.

I expect HK will be a peaceful city. I can foresee HK will be broken after months of devastation. All of Hong Kong’s people have gone back to their normal lives. I think most of HK people want to have peace and development. After these months of struggle, the city was actually consumed by them. They need a lot of time to recover. But their tax-free shopping policy can still bring them considerable economic income. I expect this city will recover fast and well. It is an important part of China.
On the other hand I hope this trip to HK will be very smooth / will go very smoothly.

Pronunciation

Lives (noun) – laivs

Lives (verb) – livz

Devastation – de vi stay shin

Recover – ree ka vir

Trip – sounds like lip

Trap – sounds like map

Homework:

Review the linking verbs on this website.
https://www.redlinels.com/linking-verbs/

Next Class Focus

We need to focus on using linking verbs and action verbs