22nd May 2020
Correct the mistakes
I’m happy lady
You’re a good
I feel little sleepy
I good !
Sorry I late, I were sticked in traffic
I’m a happy lady = need article ‘a/an or the’ with a noun
You’re a good man / lady / boy etc = need a noun OR no ‘a’.
I feel a little sleepy = need ‘a’ before this adjective ‘little’.
I‘m good ! = need the verb ‘am’ I am or I’m before adjective.
Sorry I’m late, I was stuck in traffic.
Would you like neither tea or coffee ?
I have 2 sibling
Mary wants to married a doctor
I am a little ill, I am over the weather under the weather
I am from Vietnam, so I am Asia
Would you like either tea or coffee ? [Either = + neither = -] either/or neither/nor (we have neither Pepsi nor Coke)
I have 2 siblings (plural)
Mary wants to marry a doctor [to +infinite verb, not past tense]
I am a little ill, I am under the weather.
I am from Vietnam, so I am Asian
I likes to singing song
She hates to watching sad films
He a man good
People from French and German are Europe
I like to sing songs OR I like singing songs
She hates watching sad films (use continuous, no ‘to’)
He is a good man = adjective + noun
People from France or Germany are European
celebrate (v) celebration (noun)
festival / festivities
costumes / masks