This is the reading text we put in order last night.
We used this picture to re-tell the story after listening to the ending on the tape
We also learnt what COLLOCATIONS are:
(from Cambridge Dictionary)
Collocation is a word or phrase which is often used with another word or phrase, in a way that sounds correct to people who have spoken the language all their lives.
For example we say DO HOUSEWORK NOT
Do you remember the verbs phrases we studied last class?
Here you are
BE IN A HURRY
RUN ACROSS THE ROAD
KNOCK ON THE DOOR
PLAY A SONG
INVITE SOMEBODY TO DINNER
MEET IN A COFFEE BAR
TAKE SOMEBODY TO A RESTAURANT
TRY TO STOP
WAIT FOR SOMEBODY
Then we got a gnawing doubt: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TAKE AND BRING?LET'S SEE TOGETHER
We use TAKE when the movement is away from the speaker.
Example: It's raining. Take your umbrella with you.
Or When you go somewhere with somebody
We use BRING when the movement is toward the speaker
Example: I've brought my son with me this morning.
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