F2F Class Notes (Li)[S]

Speaking

I have a daughter which is now four years old. She don’t like eat normal food. She likes candy, chocolate, biscuits. She doesn’t like sleep. She only sleep less than 8 hours a day. Every day, before she go to sleep, we have a lot of time to accompany her. Sometimes we play game with her, and sometimes we tell her stories. My daughter likes to speak, from her wake up and sleep. She wants to talk to everyone without one minute stop. Every day she spends more than two hours on her Ipad. Now, she can play some Ipad games by herself.

Revised: 

I have a daughter which who is now four years old. She don’t doesn’t like to eat normal food. She likes candy, chocolate, biscuits. She doesn’t like to sleep. She only sleeps for less than 8 hours a day. Every day, before she goes to sleep, we have need to/must spend a lot of time to accompany her. Sometimes we play a game with her, and sometimes we tell her stories. My daughter likes to speak, from her   the time when she is awake to the time when she goes to sleep. She wants to talk to everyone without taking a break one minute stop. Every day she spends more than two hours on her Ipad. Now, she can play some Ipad games by herself/on her own.

Vocabulary

grip: to grab or hold (something) tightly

eg. The little boy gripped his mother’s hand tightly.

eg. I gripped the door handle and pulled as hard I could.

harness (n): a set of straps that are placed on an animal so that it can pull something heavy 系带

a set of straps that are used to connect a person to something (such as a seat)

eg. a safety harness

harness (v): to put a harness on

Grammar

her power of the hand is not enough to take the pencil – her grip strength is not strong enough 

when the kindergarten off- when the kindergarten finishes/closes 

treat – trick 

has been bankrupt – has become bankrupt 

Pronunciation

trick – tri (short sound) -kk