ENGLISH LEARNING

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ENGLISH LEARNING

NAME:LEE YI LAM , CHONG RUI WEN CLASS: 5 ARIF

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VOCABULARY

VIVACIOUS Meaning: attractively lively and animated

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ERRANT Meaning:  deviating from the regular or proper course

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CORDIAL Meaning:  warm and friendly

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AUSTERE Meaning:  severe or strict in manner or attitude

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SUBORDINATE Meaning: placement in a lower class, rank, or position

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IDIOMS

Getting a taste of your own medicine Meaning: someone should have the same unpleasant experience that they themselves have given to someone, to show them how bad it is

Stealing someone's thunder Meaning:  to prevent someone from having success or getting attention, praise, etc., by doing or saying whatever that person was planning to do or say

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GRAMMAR

In English grammar, the simple future is a form of the verb that refers to an action or event that has not yet begun.The simple future is also used to make a prediction or to show ability, intention, or determination. Also called the future simple. • for decisions made at the time of speaking                                                                                   -Those people are very hungry. I’ll give them some food. • for predictions with no evidence -Lots of people will join our conservation group. • after verbs like think, believe, be sure, expect, etc  and with adverbs like probably,maybe , etc -I think there’ll be another earthquake in the area soon.

• to talk about future facts -They will plant their crops in June. • for promises, threats, warnings, offers andrequests -She’ll start buying eco-friendly products; she promised. -Stop having fires in the forest, otherwise I’ll call the police. -I’ll help you start a conservation group at school. -Will you pick up all your rubbish when you finish, please?