VIP Class Notes (Raph)[W]
Too much / Too many: 1- more than someone can deal with.
E.g.:Â I have too many things to do today. I think I will not be able to go to the dinner party.
E.g.:Â I can’t take care of six children at my age – it’s too much.
Niece (n): 1- a daughter of your brother or sister. 2- sobrina.
E.g.: My brother and sister-in-law had to go out of town, so I’m taking care of my niece.
Nephew (n): 1- a son of your brother or sister. 2- sobrino.
E.g.: I spend the day playing with my nieces and nephews.
Uncle (n): 1- the brother of someone’s mother or father, or the husband of someone’s aunt or uncle:
E.g.:Â I have lots of uncles and aunts.
E.g.:Â We invited my Uncle Steve over.
Ankle (n): 1- the thin part of the leg just above the foot. 2- tobillo
E.g.:Â I fell over and twisted my ankle.
I need the time to pass very fast, because the next month I will go to my hometown, named Pereira, it is in Colombia, in that city I was born. 5 years ago was the last time I went there. Almost whole my family living there. Iâm very excited, however Iâm also very sad because I lost my grandma and a uncle, but that is other story, know I donât want to be sad, I want to be happy.
There my family waiting for give me a hug and many kisses and me too to they.
I need time to pass very fast, because next month I will go to my hometown, Pereira, in Colombia. The last time I went there wasÂ 5 years ago. Almost all of my family still livesÂ there, so Iâm very excited. However, Iâm also very sad, because I lost my grandma and a uncle, but that is another story, now I donât want to be sad, I want to be happy.Â My family isÂ waiting thereÂ to giveÂ and receiveÂ hugs and many kisses.
Noun = a name of a person, a thing, an animal, a place, etc.
E.g.: cup, computer, table, Shanghai, Emma, flower, umbrella, etc.
Pronoun = a word we use instead of a noun.
E.g.: I, you, he, she, it, we, they, my, mine, their, his, her, hers, yours, our, etc.
Verb = an action = anything you do.
E.g.: to do, to be, to play, to run, to go, to make, to help, to study, to speak, etc.
AdjectiveÂ = a word that describes a noun or a pronoun.
E.g.: small, smart, big, beautiful, ugly, stupid, great, good, nice, terrible, hot, cold, sunny, etc.
Adverb =Â a word that describesÂ a verb, adjective or another adverb and answers one of the following questions:
- How:Â easily, happily, loudly, quickly, well, slowly, sadly, etc..
- How often:Â never, always, every day, Â frequently, seldom, often, sometimes..
- When:Â now, after, before, early, yesterday, today, soon, since, etc..
- Where:Â here, there, home, inside, near, outside, away, everywhere, etc..