Welcome to the KFUPM PYP Vocabulary
Writing Review Notes
to wait for, waited for, have waited for My English class was too long and I was waiting for it to finish to go and get my things and go to Riyadh
PEOPLE are excited, not exciting. THINGS are exciting
to get, got, have got, while he was getting
to know, knew, have known,
to leave, left, have left, while he was leaving
bite, bit, have bit, while he was biting
take, took, have taken, while he was taking
to cross, crossed, have crossed, while he was crossing A dog crossed the street
die, died , have died, was dying
review page. 19 punc. --punctuation
review page 125 past continuous
review simple past p. 15
review When, while p. 130 When……., …… (no “and”)
review meaning of present perfect and past perfect p. 139
review relative pronouns, p. 148
review past perfect and present perfect p. 122-123
comparatives p. 52-53
Reported speech: In RMIT Pre-Intermediate: Remember the rule: reported speech goes one step back in the past
Direct speech: He said, “I am happy.”
Reported speech: He said that he was happy.
Don’t use connectors without knowing their meaning; For example:
We went to Al-Gormushi restaurant. It was good.
review when, while p. 132 For example:
We went to Drift Street to have fun.
“Then” is sometimes misused: “and” is sometimes misused. For an opposing thought use BUT
so means therefore. It is a connector only when you mean therefore.
We had fun. Not we
I was badly hurt see p. 155 It hurts (not “