today we worked on a new subject = talking about the past. We started the lesson with studying Rob's week end.
Here is what we said (audio version):
Here is what you wrote in your copybooks:
go to the cinema
play on the computer
go to the countryside
go to the seaside
a piggy bank
1 pound = 1.49 euros -> £35 = €50
Rob didn't play last week end but he had a great week.
He didn't go to the cinema or watch TV. He visited his uncle's restaurant and worked:
he helped in the kitchen, he served food and he cleaned up.
He is happy because now he's got £35 (pounds) in his piggy bank.
Grammar: exprimer l'idée de passé
-> /ed/ -> [t] .... [d] .... [id]
Attention à la prononciation du /ed/:
-> [t] = help / work
-> [d] = serve / clean
-> [id] = visit
Utilisation de "last...":
-> Last week end, last week, last Friday, last month, last year, ...
- apprendre la leçon par coeur et savoir bien prononcer le /-ed/ final, marqueur du temps sur un verbe au prétérit (passé).