F2F Class Notes (Nemo) [S]

Vocabulary

take care of someone-to be responsible for someone or something:
E.g.: I have to take care of my little sister this afternoon.

take care of something-to deal with something
E.g.: All the travel arrangements have been taken care of.
E.g.: No, you paid for dinner last time, let me take care of (= pay for) it.

named after-to give someone or something the same name as another person or thing:
E.g.: Paul was named after his grandfather.
E.g.: My son was named after the poet Gustavo Adolfo Becker

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monthly
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Speaking

I have a son his name is Gustavo Adolfo, he is named after the poet Gustavo Adolfo Becker. This month is his birthday and I won’t be with him because  he live in Spain and I can’t travel there, but I will buy some gifts for him and I will give the present in December. Now I’m a little sad because he had a knee injury and I can’t care him. Still, we talk every week we usually talk about our daily lives.

I have a son, his name is Gustavo Adolfo, he is named after the poet Gustavo Adolfo Becker. This month is his birthday and I won’t be with him because  he lives in Spain and I can’t travel to him at this moment, but I will buy some gifts for him and I will give the present in December. Now I’m a little sad because he had a knee injury and I can’t take care of him. Still, we talk every week we usually talk about our daily lives.

This month he’s celebrating his 29th birthday
This month he will be celebrating his 29th birthday

At the end of this month he will be celebrating his 29th birthday
on the 25th of this month is his birthday