- Sports Words & Sentences
- Vocabulary: running,volleyball, soccer, long jump, table tennis, badminton, baseball,
- Grammar: This lesson focuses on compound words, using the word ‘like’ and adjectives that are followed by prepositions.
- 1- Compound Words
( A compound word is a word that is formed by two other words)
- base + ball = baseball
- volley + ball = volleyball
- table + tennis = table tennis
2- Verb ‘to like’ - present simple
(“To like” is a verb that describes a situation, state, or condition. It only changes during the 3rd person singular. )
- I like baseball. (1st person singular)
- You like baseball. (2nd person singular)
- She likes baseball. (3rd person singular)
- Sally likes baseball. (3rd person singular)
- We like baseball. (1st person plural)
- You(many) like baseball. (2nd person plural)
- They like baseball. (3rd person plural)
3- Adjectives followed by prepositions
(Sometimes, adjectives are followed by a preposition. We do this a lot when we talk about our abilities and we use the adjective ‘good’ or ‘bad’ followed by the preposition ‘at’)
- I am good at math.
- He is good at playing basketball.
- I’m bad at playing soccer.
- Are you good at playing soccer?
- What sports are you good at?
- I am good at volleyball.