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1. I WANT CHOCOLATE AND MINT ICE CREAM.

2. WHERE`S THE POST OFFICE?

2.1. LESSON 13

2.1.1. ALSO

2.1.1.1. EXAMPLE

2.1.1.1.1. MY NAME IS SILVIA, ALSO

2.1.1.1.2. KNOWN AS SILVIA

2.1.2. TOO

2.1.2.1. EXAMPLE

2.1.2.1.1. YOUR BROTHER LOOKS TIRED AND HE MUST BE QUITE THIRSTY TOO

2.1.2.1.2. -HAVE FUN TONIGHTL

2.1.3. AS WELL

2.1.3.1. SAM PREFERS BEER, BUT HE LIKES RED

2.1.3.1.1. I`LL HAVE A BURGER PLASE

2.1.3.1.2. -YES

2.1.3.1.3. -AND I`LL HAVE THE SALAD AS WELL

3. I DIDN`T SEE ANYTHING

3.1. WOULD LIKE TO

3.2. WOULD LIKE (+NOUN)

3.2.1. I

3.2.2. YOU

3.2.3. HE

3.2.3.1. WOULD LIKE

3.2.3.1.1. A CUP OF TEA.

3.2.4. SHE

3.2.5. IT

3.2.5.1. WOULD LIKE TO

3.2.5.1.1. DRINK TEA.

3.2.6. WE

3.2.7. THEY

3.3. LESSON 12

4. THERE ARE MANY VEGETABLES.

4.1. LESSON 7

4.1.1. A/AN THE.

4.1.2. ONE OF SOMETHING.

4.1.3. THE EIFFEI TOWERTHE SUN.

4.2. JOBS

4.2.1. A STUDENT.

4.2.2. A DOCTOR.

4.2.3. AN ENGINNER.

4.2.4. A DESIGNEER.

4.3. SINGULAR NOUNS

4.3.1. AN APPLE.

4.3.2. A CAT.

4.3.3. AN UMBRELLA.

4.3.4. A NOTEBOOK.

4.3.5. A CAR.

4.4. THE PRESIDENT

4.4.1. THE MORNING.

4.4.2. THE AFTERNOON.

4.4.3. THE EVENING.

4.4.4. NAME OF CONTRIES

4.4.4.1. THE USA.

4.4.4.2. THE UK.

5. WE HAVE TO STUDY.

5.1. LESSON 8

5.1.1. HOW MANY A HOW MUCH.

5.1.1.1. HOW MANY?

5.1.1.1.1. EXAMPLE:

5.1.1.2. HOW MUCH?

5.1.1.2.1. EXAMPLE:

5.1.1.3. HOW MANYTIMES DID THE TEACHER ASK HOW MUCH HOMEWORK WAS FRINISHED?

6. HOW``S THE WEATHER?

6.1. LESSON 9

6.1.1. HOW + BE QUESTIONS.

6.1.1.1. FAMILY/ TODAY

6.1.1.2. HOW WAS YOU FAMILY TODAY?

6.1.1.3. FOOD/TEXAS

6.1.1.4. HOW WAS THE FOOD IN TEXAS?

6.1.1.5. TEST/YESTERDAY MORNING

6.1.1.6. HOW WAS THE TEST YESTERDAY MORNING?

7. I THINK IT`LL RAIN.

7.1. LESSON 10

7.1.1. I THINK IT`LL RAIN.

7.1.1.1. THIINK +(THAT)NOUN CLAUSE

7.1.1.1.1. IN QUESTIONS

7.1.1.1.2. A USEFUL WAY OF THINKING

7.1.1.1.3. NOT RIGHT OR WRONG

7.1.1.1.4. EXAMPLE 1

7.1.1.1.5. EXAMPLE 2

7.1.1.1.6. BIG IDEA:THE REASON TO THINK MORE POSITIVELY INSTEAD OF NEGATIVELY IS BECAUSE IT BENEFITS YOU.

8. HOW DID YOU GET HERE?

8.1. LESSON 11

8.1.1. HOW DID YOU GET HERE?

8.1.2. WHO

8.1.2.1. ASK ABOUT PERSON

8.1.2.2. WHO IS THAT WOMAN?

8.1.3. HOW OFTEN

8.1.3.1. ASKING ABOUT FREQUENCY

8.1.3.2. HOW OFTEN DO YOU GO SWIMMING?

8.1.4. WHO

8.1.4.1. ASKING FOR A WAY MANNER, FROM

8.1.4.2. HOW DOES IS WORK?

8.1.4.3. HOW DO YOU GO TO SCHOOL?

8.1.5. HOW MANY

8.1.5.1. ASKING ABOUT QUANTITY

8.1.5.2. USED WITH COUNTABLE NOUNS

8.1.5.3. HOW MANY PAOPLE WERE THERE?

9. WHY ARE YOU LATE?

9.1. LESSON 14

9.1.1. A CON JUNCTION IS A WORD USED TO CONNECT OTHER WORDS, PHRASES AND CLAUSES TOGETHER

9.1.1.1. AND IS USED WHEN THE STATEMENNTS ARE SIMILAR

9.1.1.2. BUT IS USED TO CONNECT TWO OPPOSITE IDEAS

9.1.1.2.1. IT`S RAINING BUT WE WILL STILL DO PE.

9.1.1.3. OR IS USED TO EXPRESS CHOICES

9.1.1.3.1. WOULD YOU LIKE MILK OR JUICE?

9.1.1.4. SO IS USED TO LINK BETWEEN CAUSE AND EFFECT

9.1.1.4.1. I WAS TIRED SO I WENT TO SLEEP.

9.1.1.5. BECAUSE IS USED TO GIVE REASONS

9.1.1.5.1. JIM WAS HAPPY BACAUSE HE WON THE RACE.