Online Class Notes (Li)[S]
yesterday: the day before today
actor/actress – male/female
sit -> sat (past tense)
helpless:Â unable to do anything by yourself æ å©ç
eg. I felt helpless when I saw the thief at the house.
eg. The baby looks so helpless because his mother is nowhere to be seen.
she is coming fromÂ
She comes from Canada – use the present tense to talk about where someone is from
I’m not really understand what she sayÂ
I don’t really understand what she said
It is more easierÂ
easy – er adjectiveÂ
easier – comparative
A is easier than B.
there is/are – singular/plural
there is a man.
there are two men.
The room is dark, without light and have scary music so I don’t thinking anymore. I just sat on a chair and I can’t move. I lose my thoughts. My friends is not scary. Yes, because the room is so dark and have scary music. The room is a locked room so I lose my thinking. When I got into the room, I felt I can’t understand it so I tell the workers, I can’t go on so I cancelled the game and I go out. My friends is the the same with me.
The room was dark, without lighting and hadÂ scary music so I couldn’tÂ think anymore. I just sat on a chair and I couldn’tÂ move. I lost my thoughts/my ability to think. My friends areÂ not scared. Yes, because the room wasÂ so dark and had scary music. The room is a locked room so I lost my ability to think. When I got into the room, I felt uncomfortable/that I couldn’tÂ stand it so I told the workers thatÂ Â I couldn’tÂ go on so I cancelled the game and I wentÂ outside. My friendsÂ left withÂ me.
scared – scare-aired