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Feelings

My name is Bob.
I’m happy.

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This… that… yesterday.

This is the car that I drove yesterday.

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I (don’t) enjoy ~ing?

I don’t enjoy using a computer.

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What time _?

What time is it in France?

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Vocabulary words

Visas for 6000 lives.

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Vocabulary words

Visas for 6000 lives.

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We call it…

It’s a Japanese temple.
We call it Kinkakuji.

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____ to reason

I go to school to study English.

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Must / Mustn’t

You must turn left.

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Vocab with meanings

Handsome or good-looking. Beautiful.

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He looks…

He looks hot/tall/happy.

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What’s this?

What’s this?
It’s a/an…

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I need _ which _

I need a camera which has a big lens.

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Have you ever… ?

Have you ever eaten tonkotsu ramen?

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Will

Will you study English with me tomorrow?
Yes, I will. / No, I won’t.

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Halloween

Halloween

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When is..? It’s…

When is Andy’s birthday?
It’s July 15th.

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Live in / like / play / have

Do you live in the park?
Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

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Halloween

Halloween

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Do you like studying English?

Do you like studying English?

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I’m afraid / I’m sure

I’m sure I’ll be able to play tennis with you.
Sorry. I’m afraid I have to meet Andy.

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Are you from…?

Are you from France?

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Are you… ?

Are you strict?

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_ was happy to _.

Andy was happy to meet Atsuko.

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Can you _?

Can you speak Chinese?

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How was/is the weather in…?

How is the weather in Spain?
It’s rainy.

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Want vs Need

I want to play soccer with you on Monday afternoon.
Sorry. I need to study English.

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_ was happy to _.

Bob was excited to play video games.

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What did you do yesterday?

What did you do yesterday?
I ate sushi.

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Past Tense Verbs

Who ate the cake? Bill ate the cake.

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I’m… I live in… I like…

I’m Chopper. I like bananas.

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They look happy.

They look happy.