Edutainment – Bouteiller’s English Teaching in Hong Kong


Japanese sports player

Sentence Making with Adverbs

Make as many as you can to gain the highest score!! 🙂

(Please let Gloria and Suki know about the adverbs learnt and homework)

 


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Group Discussion Report
30th April,2008
Leader:(1A 9) Suki, Chui Tze Ching ( absent today)
Scribe:(1A 13) Christy, Kong Shuk Yin
Presenter:(1A 24) Christie, Lo Hau Ching
Discussant:(1A 10) Anna, Chung Sze Yuet
The first video:
1.The Japanese play table tennis dramatically.
2.The man in red plays well.
3.The man in orange plays badly.
4.The two players are friendly.

The second video:
1.The football player kicks the ball powerfully.
2.The goal keeper catches the ball strongly.
3.The goal keeper protects the goal post carefully.
4.The football player shoots the ball into the goal post powerfully, enough to make the goal keeper falls down.

The third video:
1. The karate master breaks the bricks skillfully.
2. The wood can breaks by people easily.
3. The karate master cuts the man’s body dramatically.
4. The karate master cuts off the stick powerfully.
5. The karate master breaks the bottle strongly.
6. The karate master blows the things strongly.

Comment by Christy Kong

Group leader: Donna
Scribe:Kelly
Discussion:Kitty
Presenter:Katrina

1.The footballer kicks the ball strongly.
2.The goal keeper catches the ball carefully.
3.The footballer heat the goal keeper powerfully.

The videos are really funny@@

Comment by Kelly

Group leader:Callar
Scribe:Jenny Cheung
Discussant:Wing
Presenter:Karen

1.The Karate master cut the stick easily.
2.The Karate master break the man’s arm.
3.The Karate master break the man’s neck dramatically.
4.The Karate master hit the bricks easily.
5.The goal keeper protects the goal post carefully.
6.The man kicks the ball powerfully.
7.They play football dramatically.

Comment by Jenny Cheung

Group leader: janice
Scribe:Joey
Discussion:angel
Presenter:yoyo
[table tennis]
1.The Japanese play table tennis dramatically.
2.The man who wear in red cloth plays very well.
3.The man who wear in orange cloth plays badly.
[Football]
1. The man who is football player kicks the ball strongly.
2.The goal keeper protects the goal post
very carefully.
3.They play football dramatically.
[Karate]
1.The karate master breaks the bricks strongly.
2.They play Karate dramatically.
3.The karate master cuts the sticks very well.

Comment by joey

Sentences making with adverbs
By our group:

leather: Roger Ho, 1A 12
discusser: Michael Wong, 1A 32
presenter: Danny Chu, 1A 8
scribe: Johnny Law, 1A 19

Sentences:

Video 1) 1. The players played table tennis bombastically.
2. The players sometimes played quickly and sometimes slowly.
3. The man in orange always needed to get the ball hardly.
4. The man in orange lost and cried despairingly.
5. Finally two players embraced tightly.
6. At last the two players laugh joyfully.

Video 2) 1. The footballer kicked the ball powerfully.
2. The footballer control the ball nimbly.
3. The goal keeper looked at the ball carefully.
4. The goal keeper got away amazingly.

Video 3) 1. The karate master shouted majestically.
2. The karate master’s students were hurt seriously.
3. The karate master blown out a lot of wing strongly.
4. The students were hurt inconceivably.
5. The fire burnt imperishably.
6. The hand of the karate master could go through his student’s body magically.

Comment by Johnny

Group leader:Jacky
Scribe:Brian
Discussant:Ricky Lam
Presenter:Tommy Chou
1.The man in red plays table tennis well.
2.The man in orange plays it badly.
3.They play very exciting. The game is interesting, exciting and it also funny.
4We enjoy the video very much!

Comment by Brian

Group leader:Mandy
Scribe:Alice So
Discussion:Emily Ma
Presenter:Jenny Chan
(Table tennis)
1. The two player play table tennis dramatically.
2. The man in red plays well.
3. The man in orange lose.
4. The man in orange cries because of he lose.
(Football)
1. The goal keeper catches the ball carefully and nimbly.
2. The two players play football dramatically.
3. The footballer kick the ball very powerfully.
(Karate)
1. The karate master very strong.
2. The karate master breaks a lot of bricks easily.
3. The Karate master cut away a man’s body dramatically.

Comment by Alice

It is very amazing!!!!!! I watch a lot of these things, they are quit interesting, I like to watch these films again!!!!!

Comment by Danny 1D (25)




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