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Today's English Exercise

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Don't learn single words, learn words together in phrases and collocations.
  1. Idioms, phrases or sentences and expressions you have heard related to this vocabulary. Try writing a limerick or a song using this vocabulary bite. brussels sprout
  2. Noun phrases or collocations with the word brussels sprout
  3. Give examples of ALL possible parts of speech for this word. Remember, parts of speech depend on the function of the word in the sentence. Not the word itself. Eg "estimate" Noun (Give me an estimate of the expected damage.) "Estimate" VERB (Estimate the effect on the environment.) NOTE: the pronunciation of these words is different, although the spelling is the same.
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brussels sprout
You either love them or you hate them. Describe the taste
Brussels sprout
Hint: When you say these two words, don't pause between the two words. Pronounce "S" only once as a connection. You sound more natural if you connect your words this way. audio
Listen and Repeat to your class. Write the phrase you hear. audio

Today's Grammar Question

What's the infinitive form of the verb 'CAN' ?

Quote of the day -

Leon Woodridge

Grammar is only the beginning of good English. I mean , two footballers  might both know the rules, but one of them can really play  well.

Discuss this quote. What does it mean?

Today's Quiz

Today's Warm Up Activity - Number 1

Gossip about your classmates

Ask all the others questions so that you can report back to the whole class all the interesting gossip that you have about each classmate
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