Day 55 #1
- Review the rule you think is the most effective to market a new product in 4~5 sentences.
Try using; “to do” to explain the purpose, “because” for reason, “tend to,” adverbs of frequency.
☆ Use “a” to introduce a new sth. Introduce the rule specifically, not just the number. =>
- Read aloud by Section to learn words/expressions
[Intro] L1 task a piece of work to be done, especially one done regularly, unwillingly, or with difficulty; job, duty, assignment, work : take on/fulfil/perform/assign ~, challenging/time-consuming/easy/simple ~, no easy ~
L6 catchy slogan; likely to attract interest/attention, pleasing, easily remembered; addictive, memorable: ~ title
L6 clever (-er/-est, more/most ~) quick at learning/understanding things; intelligent, bright: a ~ child/idea/plan
[Rule 1-4] L16 invoke -> Corpus/p.45 to mention sb/a theory/example to support an opinion/ideas or as a reason; call upon, appeal to
L18 easy to pronounce -> pronunciation L21 consultant L21 syllables a single unit of speech-> pro-nounce, com-fort-able, im-pos-sible <- more/most for usually three or more syllables
L26 tend to be likely to happen or to have a particular characteristic or effect: We ~ to eat more in the winter. The gym ~s to get very busy in the evening. I tend not to talk about religion-> tendency: She has a ~ to work late.
L 31 appropriate correct/right/acceptable/suitable for a particular situation/occasion: ~ clothes/test/action/time
<->inappropriate L32 represent present image; show
-> Read aloud Par.4 =>
Unit 10 Reading 1 Flu FAQ
- Review Writing Some people worry a lot about catching the flu from others, and some people are not very concerned. How concerned are you, on a scale from 1, not concerned at all, and 10, (on a scale of one to ten) extremely concerned? your answer in five to eight sentences.
☆ Not explained why you are concerned on the scale mentioned. => Check the model=> =>
- Vocabulary/Exp (par.1) a virus that passes (par.2) fatigue extreme tiredness: She was suffering from ~. exposure to virus (par.3) respiratory [rɛspərətɔri] runny or stuffy nose (par.4) immunity – immune to sth, ~ from prosecution (par.6) infect-> infection-> infectious disease (par.7) result in sth to have a particular effect/result, to make sth happen: The accident ~ed in 24 deaths. (par.8) vaccine [væksin] vaccinate-vaccination
The Trolley Problem=> which worker you would try to save.
=> If the five were senior citizens and the one was a little child, which would you try to save?