SIMPLE ENGLISH LESSONS
Grammar of Speaking
Meaning: one who presents a counter argument.
Example: Hey Jack! You’re always playing devil’s advocate! Give it a rest and mind your own business.
>to be unstable; to rise and fall
Stock Markets can fluctuate on a daily basis, making it difficult to determine when to buy or sell one.
GRAMMAR OF SPEAKING
I plan to + (verb)
>’Plan to’ describes something that you would like to do in the near future.
Here are some examples:
“I plan to find a new apartment.”
“I plan to relax on vacation.”
“I plan to surprise my parents.”
“I plan to wash my car.”
“I plan to adopt a child.”
“I plan to impress my boss.”
“I plan to watch a movie.”
“I plan to save more money.”
“I plan to read a book.”
“I plan to learn new things.”
Check Your Tires
A: Remember to put air in your tires.
B: How often do I have to do that?
A: Once every two months.
B: That’s a lot.
A: What do you mean?
B: That’s six times a year!
A: Yes, and it takes about five minutes each time.
B: I’ll try.
A: Check your tires or you’ll get a flat.
B: Oh. That’s not good.
A: No, it isn’t. A flat costs you time and money.
B: And I don’t have either.