VIP Class Notes (Li)[S]


family members – people related to you eg. father, mother, daughter etc.

allocate – to divide and give out (something) for a special reason or to particular people, companies, etc.

eg.  I try to allocate time for my family.

Primary school: First grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, sixth grade

or/ year 1, year 2, year 3, year 4….


just learning in my school – just learnt it at school

will told them directly – will tell them directly

when I ask for advice I more time – when I ask for advice I go to my friends more 

that is a general way to find answer – that is the general way to find answers

we wouldn’t know which correct – we wouldn’t know which one is correct

improve body shape – to improve your mind, body and soul 

but I didn’t have enough time – but I don’t have enough time

I try to give enough time to my family – I try to spend more time with my family

in this phase – at the moment/at this time

treats me friend – treats me like a friend

Conjunctions – connecting sentences together

coordinating conjunctions: and, or, but, so

correlative conjunctions: either…or ,   neither…nor  (one or the other), both (two)

subordinating conjunctions: connect individual sentences together

also, even though, because, whenever, if

eg. Whenever there is a public holiday, there will be a lot of people at the city centre.

eg. I will be going to the museum if my friends are free to go today.

conjunctive adverbs: shows contrast, comparison, cause – effect

therefore, furthermore, similarly, however, instead, then

eg. He felt better once it was turned in; his action was important, furthermore, in getting his fellow citizens involved.


colleague – co-llea(long sound)-gue (silent)

analyse – a-na-lise