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    LEST CELEBRATE!!

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    VOCABULARY LESSON A

    Advice: An opinion offered to someone about what to do.

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    Baby Shower: A party for a soon-to-be mother.

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    Bachelor Party:A party for a soon-to-be groom.

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    Barbecue: A party at which meat and other foods arecooked on a metal grill over an open fire.

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    Block Party: A neighborhood gathering.

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    Celebrate: To do something special to mark anoccasion such as having a party.

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    Colorful: Having bright colors.

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    Come Alive:To bring to life, to become more exciting

    or interesting.

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    Costume: Clothes worn to look like someone or somethingelse or to celebrate a particular style.

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    GRAMMAR LESSON A

    Inviting using infinitive and the ing form

    Use Do you want; Would you like; or How would you like. With

    the infinite form of verbs to extend and invitation:

    Examples:

    Do you want to see a movie?

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    Would you like to come to my party?

    How would you like to join for dinner tonight?

    Note: you can also use would you be interested in. With

    the ING form of the verb to extend an invitation.

    Example:

    Would you be interested in seeing a movie?

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    Family Reunion: A party held for all members of a particularfamily.

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    Float: A colorful display often mounted on wheels andincluded in a parade.

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    Housewarming Party: A party given for new owners or tenantsof a house.

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    Parade: An orderly movement of people in fanciful or formaldress or uniforms usually to show pride or honor a

    special day or event.

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    Sightseer: A tourist visiting speciallandmarks.

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    Slumber Party: A party in which a number of people spendthe night at another person's house.

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    Surprise party: An unexpected party, a party given withoutthe knowledge of the guest or guests of honor.

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    Well-known: Famous, celebrated.

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    GRAMMAR LESSON B

    Times clauses with before, after and when.

    Time clauses are formed with time words like before, after and

    when. Informal witten english , a time clause usually doesnt

    extend alone. It is conneted to main clauses.

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    Examples:

    (Time clause) (Main clause)

    When I told him the message, he looked upset.

    Use before in time clause to show that the event in the main

    clause happened at an earlier time:

    Before i left home, i kissed the kids goodbye.

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    Use after in a time clause to show that the event in the main

    clause happening at a later time:

    After hi sang Chrismas carols, he went to bed.

    Use when in a time clause to show that the events happened at

    the same time or one inmediately after the other:

    When you see a friend you sayhello.

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    Time clause can come before or after the main clause.

    Notice the use of the comma:

    After they arrive home, they eat special rice cakes.

    They eat special rice cakes after they arrive home.

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