VIP Class Notes (Li) [S]

Vocabulary

shake hands: to action you do to greet other people

pour: 倒(水)

Speaking

I get up at 6 o’clock and I brushed my teeth. Then, I have breakfast. I had bread, milk and eggs. I go to school at seven o’clock. I study Chinese, English, Math, Music and PE. I enjoy Chinese class. I didn’t play with my friends today.

Revised: 

I get got up at 6 o’clock and I brushed my teeth. Then, I have had breakfast. I had/ate bread, milk and eggs. I went to school at seven o’clock. I studied Chinese, English, Math, Music and PE. I enjoyed Chinese class. I didn’t play with my friends today.

I get up at 8 o’clock. I have breakfast. I had egg, milk and bread. I study English, Chinese and Maths for one hour. I play video games with my father. I go to flute class and I go to English class. I have  For dinner, I have rice, meat, vegetables and soup. I love to eat rice.


Mr Bean’s home didn’t have food. He wanted to buy some food. He go to a supermarket. He buy hot sauce, and fish. But he didn’t have lots of money. Then he try to eat pie but he didn’t win. He put the hot sauce inside the other man’s pie. The other man very hot, he didn’t eat the pie. Mr Bean win. Then he go home. He fight with himself in the kitchen. He did not want to cook. He poured the hot sauce on himself. Then grandma give him pie for dinner.

Revised: 

Mr Bean’s home didn’t have food. He wanted to buy some food. He went to a supermarket. He bought hot sauce, and fish. But he didn’t have lots of money. Then he tried to eat pie but he didn’t win. He put/poured the hot sauce inside the other man’s pie. The other man was very hot so he didn’t eat the pie. Mr Bean won the game. Then he went home. He fought with himself in the kitchen. He did not want to cook. He poured the hot sauce on himself. Then grandma gave him pie for dinner.

Grammar

regular past tense (normal)

play – played

travel – travelled

irregular past tense (not normal)

run – ran          drive  – drove

sing – sang      read – read

go – went         shake – shook

preposition exercise