VIP Class Notes (Ally)


Make sentences using the vocabulary from today.


genuine (adv genuinely): zhen cheng de

policy-making(policy-makers):  zuo jue ding de ren

follow (followers): guan zhu

consecutive (adj): lian xu de

possessive: 占有欲强的

desire(v+n): yu wang, ke wang, wants


That room is the room which I decorated just now.
That room is the room where/in which a cat just died.

It has been a long time since I did any homework.
I haven’t done homework in a long time.


Trump is on his third term, and people are waiting to see if he will stay for his fourth consecutive term.


There’s no place like home’ This English saying has much truth in it: the best place to be is surrounded by our treasured possessions and our loved ones and with a roof over our head. And for many young adults, it’s the only affordable place to stay; somewhere where they can receive first-class service from mum and dad. But this comes at a price!

In some countries, it’s quite traditional for people in their late teens and early 20s to live at home with their parents, but in other places, flying the nest to start their own independent life is very desirable. There is no nagging, and you can come and go as you wish. But there’s been a growing trend, in the UK at least, for young people to return home to live – or not to leave home at all. According to the UK’s Office for National Statistics, about a quarter of young adults aged 20-34 live at home, and that figure has been growing.


he’s vs his
leave vs live
feel vs fill
ben vs been vs bean vs being
bad vs bed vs bid vs bead