III. - Write one time idioms 81 to 101
Idiom 81: LOOSE YOUR COOL
Meaning: become upset.|
Idiom 82: IN A TIGHT CORNER
Meaning: without any good options
Idiom 83: A COUCH POTATO
Meaning: a lazy person
Idiom 84: TAKE ITS COURSE
Meaning: a situation develops naturally
Idiom 85: UP THE CREEK
Meaning: in trouble
Idiom 86: CROCODILE TEARS
Meaning: exaggerated of faked sympathy
Idiom 87: WHEN IT COMES TO THE CRUNCH
Meaning: when there are no more possibilities
Idiom 88: A FAR CRY FROM
Meaning: very different from
Idiom 89: OFF-THE-CUFF
Meaning: without research, planning or considering
Idiom 90: CAN'T CUT IT
Meaning: cannot do it
Idiom 91: IN THE DARK
Idiom 92: A SHOT IN THE DARK
Meaning: a guess
Idiom 93: CALL IT A DAY
Idiom 94: LATE IN THE DAY
Meaning: too late or almost too late
Idiom 95: IN BROAD DAYLIGHT
Meaning: without trying to hide
Idiom 96: MAKE SOMEONE'S DAY
Meaning: make someone happy
Idiom 97: WOULDN'T BE CAUGHT DEAD
Meaning: would never
Idiom 98: GET A RAW DEAL
Meaning: receives less than what is deserved
Idiom 99: RUNS DEEP
Meaning: entrenched or ingrained
Idiom 100: OUT OF YOUR DEPTH
Meaning: beyond your existing knowledge or ability
Idiom 101: ALL GOOD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END
Meaning: regretfully, we are finished
IV. – Reading
• Kenny Roberts
• Water Woman
Vocabulary write 2 times the word and meaning
• dazed: confused or shocked because of a heavy blow.
• cocky: too sure of oneself
• courses: tracks on which races are held
• spleen: an organ in the human body
• pushy: too bold
• Meters: units of measure.
• strokes: moves the arms and legs to swim
• awkward: clumsy
• depressed: unhappy, sad
• cast: to throw something
• contract: agreement, deal
• retire: stop working
V. - write a Yes/No question and information question.
Copy the questions one time.
1. –We have to buy a present.
Yes/No. Do we have to buy a present?
IQ. What do we have o buy?
2.-She should tell a teacher.
Yes/No. Should she tell a teacher?
IQ. Who should she tell?
3.-We have to stay for an hour.
Yes/No. Do we have to stay for an hour?
IQ. How long do we have to stay?
4.- You´ve got to the problem.
Yes/No. Have you got to solve the problem?
IQ. What have you got to solve?
5.-He has to tell her soon.
Yes/No. Does he have to tell her soon?
IQ. When does he have to tell her?
MODALS OF ADVICE, NECESSITY OR PROHIBITION.
Choose the best answer to complete each statement.
1. You (couldn’t/shouldn’t) let the baby put that in his mouth.
2. What kind of gift (ought I/should I) get for my girlfriend?
3. We (doesn’t have to/don’t have to) get up early tomorrow.
4. When do you (have to/must) be at the airport?
5. You (had better/ought to) eat more vegetables.
6. (I must/I’ve got) to call my parents.
SAY IT RIGHT!
May I can repart the papers?
May I give out the papers?
I don’t was talking.
I wasn’t talking.
We are going to copy this?
Are we going to copy this?
I yes told you the situation.
I did tell you the situation.
We presented the Spanish exam last Monday.
We took the Spanish exam last Monday.