[MUSIC] Okay, so let's write some of the spelling rules real quick, because you already know them. So normally, we add s right? >> Yeah. >> Yes to most verbs. What are the verbs there? Can you give me some examples? Like read. What do we add? >> About read? Reads? >> Es? >> No [INAUDIBLE] >> All right what else do we have? Right. Can you see? All right, so, to most words we add s, and remember this. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> When do we add this? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Yes, after y, but what kind of y? Study. Okay, very good. Play, play. >> Study. >> IES. >> So if there's a consonant here, remember vowels, consonants? >> Yes. >> Yeah? >> IES. >> Studies. So what happens to y? >> IES >> We don't need y anymore, right? Studies, okay. >> Miss play. >> Cry, you know cry? >> Play, play. >> Play, play is different. So keep that in mind, okay? I will ask worry. >> Cry. What about cry. >> Worry. Worry. Don't worry. >> Yeah. Worry. Cry. Okay? >> Battery. >> Battery is a noun. You remember the rules for nouns. But, these are verbs. It's the same rules but those were for nouns. These are verbs, battery is a noun yeah? Okay so, and- >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Opula says play. >> Crazy. >> How about this one? Do we drop the y? >> Just the s. >> Very good because there is a vowel here right? Okay, good job. Do you remember, this was your question, toys. Some people wrote toys. Remember, and then you remember it should be toys. Yeah because there's a vowel here, so that one was wrong. Okay, so what about ES. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> The same rules. If a word ends with these, yeah? >> Ch. >> SS, x, yeah, o, what do we add? >> Uch. >> Okay, so give examples please. What do you have, [INAUDIBLE]? >> Watch. >> Watch. >> Don't touch. >> Watch. Very good, watch. Pauses. >> So it ends with this, so we add? >> Es. >> Pause, pause. >> Box? like this? Good example, like this. So it is an x, what do we say? Boxes? Hey. [INAUDIBLE] Give me examples. You were just watching. [LAUGH] You can look at the next one I have here. >> Sunglasses. >> Sunglasses. That was for nouns. These are verbs. Why do we learn how to add s to verbs? Because we use verbs. In this town, okay. >> Who is it? >> Okay, just a second. I was going to write some, okay. I also want you to remind you this. Do, do is also a verb, okay. We will use this for questions, but it's different. The, you know, do homework, right. So I do my homework. He? >> Does. >> Does. Okay, good. So it's like that, right? ES. What about go? >> Goes. >> Okay, yeah. So, okay, good. You remember the rules. Actually, these practice. Okay? I want you to have a look at these when you go home and you need to write when you study. Okay? Because the spelling for these is important and I have little cards for you, and they have all the endings here. Some of them end in y, some of them end in x or o. Okay, so you need to practice. Please take one and give it to your friends. So this is your mini homework, okay? It's not a real homework, okay? It's not a real homework assignment. Okay, so, time expressions. Can I clean this part? >> Go ahead. >> Yeah? There are- >> Can I go now? >> No, no, no. Don't leave now. It's your homework for you to study for the quiz. I want you to study the spelling of these S endings, okay? Yeah? No, no, no. It's over. Okay. I want you to because at home you will concentrate. Okay? If you do it here, you will do it fast. Okay. So don't lose them, please. Has everybody? Okay, good. Can I delete this part? Yeah? Okay, so now I'm going to write the time expressions. So time expressions tell us when we do do these things. If you want to tell us when. If you say, I do my homework, but if you want to tell us when, right? Maybe you don't do your homework on Saturdays, right. Maybe you do your homework in the afternoon or everyday, okay? >> Yes. >> So, what time expressions can be used? Do you remember the examples? What did we used? For example, maybe you know what, this, let's write every, okay? What do we use with every? Do you remember any examples I gave you? >> For every day? >> Yeah, like that. Every day. What else can we say? Again, what else can we say? Like every day. >> Every week. >> Yes, okay, again? >> Every month. Always. >> Every week. Always. >> Thank you, Alkine. Okay, every month. Okay, yeah. You could use this with every month. >> Every. >> Every week, yeah. >> Sometimes. >> Every. >> Everyday. >> What about now? >> Everything. [CROSSTALK] >> You have >> Every minute. Okay. You have a structured class- >> Every Monday- >> Every- >> Tuesday and Thursday. >> Tuesday and Thursday. Okay. Very good. So, every morning. Do you have a class every morning? >> Yeah. >> Yeah? What time? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Yeah. You have a class every morning. During the week right, not on the weekend, okay? Every evening, yeah. So you can use it every night, every Saturday. What do you do every Saturday? >> Chug the beer. >> That's not it. [LAUGH] >> Okay. That's a funny example. I know it's not real. Okay, so, what about in? When do we use in? >> In the morning. >> In the sun. >> Like, I play pool on Thursday. >> Yeah, but you said on Thursday. What about in? I don't. >> Like time, not place. Think about the time. >> I don't drink at that time. >> Yes, but it's a place. Think about the time. >> Morning. In mornings. >> In the morning, very good, yeah. In the morning, right? You can also say, yeah, I drink coffee in the morning or in the mornings, okay? You can say that. What about month? Look February what do we use for months? >> In Feb >> Yeah, in February right? For example, I take a vacation in July. I go to my hometown every year. In July, yeah? >> Yeah. >> Okay, so you can use with months. What about seasons? >> Like February, like spring? >> Seasons. >> In summer. >> In summer. >> What do you do in summers? >> I go. >> Do you study? >> No, I go on vacation. >> Take a vacation, yeah? >> Take a vacation. >> Okay, good. Yeah, so what about on, when we use this. >> On [INAUDIBLE] >> On Monday, yeah. What do you do on Monday? >> Play football. >> Play football every Monday. You can say I play football on Monday, or Mondays, every Monday, okay. >> At night. >> At night. That's a very good example. [INAUDIBLE]. >> Yeah. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> We go to bed really late at night. At noon, noon means 12. I eat my lunch at noon, everyday. Not late. At noon. Okay. So what about time? That will start your classes in the morning. >> [INAUDIBLE] AM. >> Okay, so. [CROSSTALK] Yeah. I start my class at 7:30 or [CROSSTALK] before 7:30. You need to use this preposition, okay? >> Yeah, yeah. You can say if you want to but we know it's in the morning. >> By the way, also when you talk about your routines, you can also use this. From two. Do you know how to use this four times? >> From nine to ten. >> From nine to eleven! >> Yeah from nine to eleven, right. What do you do from nine to eleven every evening. >> Cook. >> Every evening. >> Exercise. >> Exercise. [LAUGH] Okay, maybe you study. English, right? From nine to eleven, that's it. That's perfect. Okay, all right. Good, so let's see, we talked about that. Okay, yeah. You could also use. [INAUDIBLE] every Friday. Okay, now let's have a look. Actually here this page 91. I want you to do this exercise at home, okay. Read the sentences carefully if you don't know the words. >> What pages? >> Yeah, 91. Yeah, it's written here. I'll show you an example. >> Are the right one? >> No, no, no. We have other pages, too, Abdullah. It's not that easy, we have a quiz next week. I want you to practice a lot, okay? >> This is the right one? >> Yes, one part. And if you turn the page, if you look at page 92. Look at the picture, what do you see in this picture? [SOUND] Eating. So, you will read this sentences about this people, okay? What do they do mainly everyday they eat lunch, they do hard work, okay? They explain it, okay? So I want you to also complete these. >> What about for b? B. B is? For number four. >> Yeah, b, remember? What was b? >> Bs? >> No, b is always, m is r, okay? >> Okay, okay. >> Yeah, it's also m. But that was a very good question. No B's, okay? >> No B's, yeah. >> All right, now why don't you have a look at exercise 2.3 here, okay? We have some verbs, and these sentences are about yourself, okay? What do you do? Okay, so do you know the meanings of these verbs? >> Yes. >> Do, drink- >> Eat, feel, life. >> Eat, exercise. >> Speed, spin. >> Feel, what about feel? >> Well how I'm feeling. >> How do you feel today? Tired? >> I'm excited. >> Excited, why? >> I feel [LAUGH] very good. >> Very well, okay. Who feels happy? [INAUDIBLE] >> Good. Okay, who feels sad? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> No one. Abigail? Why? Okay so she's not really sad. [LAUGH] >> Okay. Good. So spend, what about spend? >> Spend. >> [CROSSTALK] >> I haven't spend time with my class. Spend time. >> Yeah, you can say spend time. Maybe spend money. Yeah? Okay, good. Now, you know what? I'm going to give you these index cards. Okay? And I want you to write like two or three sentences. Okay? If you write fast you can write three sentences. Look at these sentences. Sentences. You could change some of them. You don't have to right the same things. For example, look at number nine. A lot of water everyday. Maybe you don't drink water. Maybe you drink cola everyday, or tea, or coffee. So, you could have a look at these. You could change them or if they are true for you, use them right. So and then I'm going to pair you up together so you can keep. So you don't need to write your sentences there. Write two or three sentences here. But write them nicely so your partners can read your handwriting, okay? Here you go. So, here you go. You can just take one and give it to your friends. And I'm going to tell you who your partners are, okay? You're welcome. There you go. You're welcome. Here, Soshiro. Here, I'm sorry. So, write something like this, okay? So mm-hm, about yourself. >> Okay. >> Okay, so I'll walk around and help you, okay? So read these sentences. For example meat. You know meat? >> Yes that like chicken, like beef. >> Like steak, uh-huh, yeah. What can you say, which verb can you use for that. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> You could say like, eat. Okay, but if you don't eat meat you can write something else vegetables, fruit, yeah? You can change. Just two sentences if you don't want to write three sentences okay? Sorry. Abdullah, yeah? Gym. Who goes to a gym? You? Do you go to a gym? Yeah, this gym here? >> No, my complex. >> In your apartment complex? Okay, why don't you write that down? You finished? Okay. [INAUDIBLE] Yeah like things you do. Maybe every day. Maybe every weekend. Yeah. For gym you can use golf. >> I talk with just me, I. >> Yes only I. >> Only I? >> Yes. No, only I. Sorry. Only I. You have three sentences. Okay yes go. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Stress means like if you have a lot of work to do, if you study a lot, you feel unhappy, stressed, like nervous. >> Miss. Miss. >> Okay? Yeah. You don't have to use that. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> No, you don't need to write that. >> Okay. >> If you want. You finished? Okay, wait for your partner okay and then you will change. >> Hey, Beck. Can you push record? I think it stopped. Thank you. It's okay. >> Okay, let me. Okay. He also used a They're usually coming. Wait for your partner, okay. Write two sentences, okay? For example, what do you eat every day? What do you drink every day? What do you do? Do you study? Do your talk to your parents on the phone every [INAUDIBLE] some people do, right? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> I think [INAUDIBLE]. Yes! Perfect. Write one more sentence. Who needs help? >> Miss? >> Yes. >> Only one sentence? >> No no no. Two sentences. At least two sentences. Okay? But look at the spelling of every here. Yeah? Ready? Yeah, try to use the time expressions okay? Yeah you could say I go a gym but when? Yeah? Maybe only on Saturdays or Sundays, in the mornings, before you come to. Of a school. Very good. Okay, so what about this. Can we say. Yeah. Okay. Yes Very good. Yeah, here. [INAUDIBLE] Drank a lot of juice. What kind of juice? Orange juice? Okay, good. Okay, so most of you have finished. Now why don't you exchange. Yeah? Swap your cards with your partners. So you are together. You're together. Read your partner's sentences. Okay?