Education is The action or process of teaching someone, especially in a school, college, or university- The knowledge, skill, and understanding you get from attending a school, college, or university.
- Classroom· Dormitory
- Boarding school
- Sports fields
- Multimedia room
- Islamic studies
- Physical education
- Foreign languages
- Civic education
- Scientific experiments
- Homework -assignment
- Break time
- Oral presentations
- Extra activities
- Open days
- Field trips
- Desks and tables
- Cd Roms
- Maps and posters
- Overhead projectors
- Video and DVD players
- Audio cassette player
- TV set
- Laptops and desktops
- Internet connection
Functions/Communication Skills: Giving and Asking for Advice
Asking for Advice
- What do you advise me to do?
- What do you suggest/recommend we do this evening?
- What should I do when I’m in Marrakech?
- Could you recommend a good restaurant near here?
- Could you suggest somewhere to go for a drink?
- Do you have any advice on visiting the British Museum?
- Could you advise me on the best way to get to Tangiers?
- What’s your advice on playing hockey?
- What would you do if you were me?
- You should do some exercise.
- You ought to eat more fruit and vegetables.
- Why don’t you go jogging?
- How about eating less sugary food? I suggest taking a holiday.
- I suggest (that) you take a holiday. I recommend going to bed earlier.
- I recommend (that) you go to bed earlier. If I were you, I would revise my lessons every day.
Grammar: Past Simple Vs. Past Continuous (Progressive)
- Affirmative: Was/ were + verb(ing)
They were studying English yesterday at 14h30
- Negative: Was/ were not + verb(ing)
I wasn’t playing tennis
- Interrogative: Was/were + subject+ verb(ing)
Was she helping her mother?
1- Temporary action in progress in the past
Ex: It was raining all-day
2- Action that was in progress when another action happened
Ex: while I was having dinner, the bell rang
I was having dinner when the bell rang
3- With a specific time in the past
Ex: They were studying English yesterday at 14h30
Used to: Past Habit
We use used to express:
- An activity that we did regularly in the past (which we don’t do anymore in the present)
Ex: I used to play football. (it means that I don’t play football anymore now)
- Affirmative: I used to play sports.
- Negative: I did not use to play sports.
- Where did you use to play sports?
- Did you use to play sports?