- Read=> Shadow Reading
- Review Conditional Type-2, 3
If you got a scholarship to study in any country you’d like, which country would you choose?
If you had studied for three hours every day since April, what would your last text scores be like?
If you hadn’t had any class at school today, what would you have done before you came to MEL School?
=>Blog WDT -B 1. Write your opinion if the old man in Reading 2 is a positive thinker or not.
2. Cover to Cover Unit 5 Sports Part 1 Michelle Wie
- Comprehension Strategy: Making Inferences
- Scan the text and mark USGA (amateurs), PGA (association), LPGA
=> Understand the function of each group.
- Read=> Task-A, Checking Comprehension A, B
- Read w/CD=> Check the Answers
- Vocabulary in Context
qualify to provide with proper/necessary skills, knowledge;
make competent/ready: to qualify oneself for a job
(Sports) to demonstrate the required ability in an initial or preliminary contest: He qualified in the trials.
consistently<- consistent always behaving the same way; constant, steady, dependable:
~ in the way …, ~ approach/player -> consistency: with ~, ~ of service to customers
exceptional - forming an exception/rare instance; unusual; extraordinary, uncommon:
The warm weather was ~ for January. - unusually excellent, wonderful, outstanding: an ~ violinist.