Dessert (n.) – is something sweet we eat after a meal.
Desert (n.) – is a place that doesn’t get much rain.
Desert (v.) – to leave some place.
Desert (adj.) – a place without people. example – No one was living there. It was a deserted island.
English spelling is difficult, isn’t it!
Finish this story:
“As I approached the deserted house at the end of the road, I saw…”
We grow up, make homes of our own, have children, and no matter how hard we try, we still have more stuff than we need.
This is your chance. You only have one suitcase. What goes in it, and what doesn’t?
The only things in my bag are…
Tell us what you would put in one suitcase.
You can take anything, but it would have to fit in the suitcase.
Even if you finish school, you should never stop learning.
Especially now that there is so much information, and so many wonderful courses.
What do you really want to learn?
I really want to learn…
What do you want to learn most now?
If you can learn it well, how will it change your life?
Have you ever watched an animal for a long time?
When we go to zoos, it’s easy to imagine what an animal’s life is like there. What would it be like to be that animal?
If I was an animal at the zoo…
What animal do you want to be at the zoo? Why?
What you do all day? What do you wish for? Do you have any friends?
The older we get, the harder it is to remember a lot of details about our childhood.
But no matter how old people get, they always have some very strong memories of childhood. It’s a magical time for us all!
When I was a child…
Think back to what it felt like to be a child. What did you like doing? How did you spend long summer days?
Now, tell us about one of the memories you have that always makes you smile.
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