For Pre-intermediate level up to Intermediate level

For Pre-intermediate level up to Intermediate level
Learning new words and sentences - Part Two

Practical exercise for pre-intermediate and intermediate level

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For pre-intermediate level up to intermediate level

Learning new words and sentences - Part Two

 

Easy Learning English Series 

Article: A Basic Education Course for adult learners

Written by ShaPour KhodaParast

ShaPour KhodaParast presents you How We Can Easily Talk in English.

 

This course of study is designed for adult learners with basic knowledge of English.

This series of the basic course is useful for learning and speaking English as a foreign language.
 

πŸ“– Let's get started!

πŸ“–  Basic words and sentences by using the text of a weblog

πŸ“– Learning new words and sentences - Part Two

 

πŸ“– For pre-intermediate level up to intermediate level

πŸ“˜πŸ“š Get back to the lesson we were talking in part One, and It was about using a little, a bit, a little bit and a little bit of - Do you remember? So, let's have a quick review of the sentences we've read before. 

a little    /    a bit    /    a little bit    /    a little bit of

 

  • I felt sad.  β‡’  I felt a little sad.  β‡’  I felt a little bit sad.
  • I felt a little bit sad.  β‡’  I’ve felt a little bit sad.
  •  
  • I felt cold.  β‡’  I felt a little cold.  β‡’  I felt a little bit cold.
  • I felt a little bit cold.  β‡’  I've felt a little bit cold.
  •  
  • I felt anxious.  β‡’  I felt a little anxious.  β‡’  I felt a little bit anxious.
  • I felt a little bit anxious.  β‡’  I've felt a little bit anxious.
  •  
  • I felt angry.  β‡’  I felt a little angry.  β‡’  I felt a little bit angry.
  • I felt a little bit angry.  β‡’  I've felt a little bit angry.
  •  
  • I felt dizzy.  β‡’  I felt a little dizzy.  β‡’  I felt a little bit dizzy.
  • I felt a little bit dizzy.  β‡’  I've felt a little bit dizzy.
  •  
  • I felt crazy.  β‡’  I felt a little crazy.  β‡’  I felt a little bit crazy.
  • I felt a little bit crazy.  β‡’  I've felt a little bit crazy.
  •  
  • I felt of confusion.  β‡’  I felt a little of confusion.  β‡’  I felt a little bit of confusion.     πŸ“˜πŸ“š
  • I felt a little bit of confusion.  β‡’  I've felt a little bit of confusion.    πŸ“˜πŸ“š

 

πŸ“– In the continue

  • Confused (adj)(v)        β‡’  to feel confuse
  • I felt confused.  β‡’  I felt a little confused.  β‡’  I felt a little bit confused.
  • I felt a little bit confused.  /  I've felt a little bit confused.

 

  • Confusion (n)
  • I felt of confusion.  β‡’  I felt a little of confusion.  β‡’  I felt a little bit of confusion.
  • I felt a little bit of confusion.  /  I've felt a little bit of confusion.

 

  • Worried (adj)          β‡’  to feel worried
  • I felt worried.  β‡’  I felt a little worried.  β‡’  I felt a little bit worried.
  • I felt a little bit worried.   I've felt a little bit worried.

 

  • Worry (v, n)
  • I felt worry.        β‡’ I felt to worry.
  • I felt of worry.                          β‡’ I felt worried.
  • I felt a little of the worry.      β‡’ I felt a little worried.
  • I felt a little of a worry.          β‡’ I felt a little worried.
  • I felt a little bit of worry.       β‡’ I felt a little bit worried.
  • I've felt a little bit of worry.  β‡’ I've felt a little bit worried.

 

  • Bad (adj)
  • I felt bad.  β‡’  I felt a little bad.  β‡’  I felt a little bit bad.
  • I felt a little bit bad.  /  I've felt a little bit bad.

 

  • Sick (n, adj)
  • I felt sick.  β‡’  I felt a little sick.  β‡’  I felt a little bit sick.
  • I felt a little bit sick.  /  I've felt a little bit sick.

 

  • Embarrassment (n)
  • I felt embarrassment.  β‡’  I felt a little embarrassment.  β‡’  I felt a little bit of embarrassment.
  • I felt a little bit of embarrassment.  /  I've felt a little bit of embarrassment.

 

  • Sadness (n)  -  sad (adj)
  • I felt sadness.                          β‡’ I felt sad.
  • I felt a little sadness.               β‡’ I felt a little sad.
  • I felt a little bit of sadness.     β‡’ I felt a little bit sad.
  • I've felt a little bit of sadness. β‡’ I've felt a little bit sad.

 

πŸ“– Which one of the following sentences is correct and why?

  • For the past few days, I felt a little bit sad.
  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit sad.
  •  
  • For the past few days, I felt a little bit of sadness.
  • For the past few days, I've felt a little bit of sadness.

 

πŸ“˜πŸ“š Examples with substitution drills technique:

  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit sad.
  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit cold.
  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit anxious.
  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit angry.
  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit dizzy.
  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit crazy.
  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit confused.
  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit worried.
  • For the past few days, I've felt a little bit sick.
  • For the past few days, I've felt a little bit of embarrassment.

 

πŸ“˜πŸ“š An interesting text from a blog

For the past few days I’ve felt a little bit sad. There’s not really a particular reason for it, but I have been spending more time on my own which is unusual for me. Most nights I go to events, see friends or do an activity, which is great because I love being around people. But lately I’ve felt a bit more reclusive and introverted, so I’ve been staying at home more. What I noticed is that all these sneaky little negative thoughts have been creeping into my head. They try to make me believe that I’m not doing enough, my life is boring, I’m lonely and other silly things that just aren’t true.

 

  • For the past few days I’ve felt a little bit sad.
  • But lately I’ve felt a bit more reclusive and introverted.
  •  
  • Reclusive = Seeking or preferring seclusion or isolation.
  • introverted
  • more reclusive and introverted

 

  • For the past few days, I’ve felt a little bit sad. There’s not really a particular reason for it, but I have been spending more time on my own which is unusual for me. 
  • Most nights I go to events, see friends or do an activity, which is great because I love being around people. 
  • But lately, I’ve felt a bit more reclusive and introverted, so I’ve been staying at home more. What I noticed is that all these sneaky little negative thoughts have been creeping into my head. 
  •  
  • negative thoughts
  • negative(adj)
  • thoughts(n)
  • little negative thoughts
  • little(adj)
  • negative(adj)
  • thoughts(n)
  •  
  • sneaky little negative thoughts
  • sneaky(adj)
  • creeping
  • creep
  • all these sneaky little negative thoughts

 

  • They try to make me believe that I’m not doing enough, my life is boring, I’m lonely and other silly things that just aren’t true.
  •  
  • They try to make me believe...
  • I try to make you believe.
  • I try to make him believe.
  • I try to make her believe.
  • They try to make you believe but I know they can't believe you.
  • I try to make you believe but I know It's impossible.
  • How can I make you believe?
  •  
  • They try to make me believe that I’m not a good person.
  • They try to make me believe that I can't do that.
  • They try to make me believe that I can't win the competition.
  • They try to make me believe that I’m not doing enough.
  •  
  • my life is boring
  • I’m lonely
  • and other silly things
  •  
  • other silly things
  • other(adj)
  • silly(adj)
  • things(n)

 

πŸ“˜πŸ“š I hope all of the readers would have been enjoyed the lessons and thank you for the time you spent.

 

Good Luck.

ShaPour KhodaParast

Easy Learning English E.L.E

Myelesociety@Gmail.com

Sh_KhodaParast@Myele.Org

 

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