In Spanish and Catalan we usually use ‘cita’ for when we have arranged to meet somebody for professional advice and for when we when we have arranged to meet somebody for leisure. However, these two words are very different in English.
Appointment is the word we should use for professional advice like when we go to the doctor for health reasons.
Date is the word we should use for reasons related to meeting somebody for fun or leisure (even if it ends in an argument 😉 )
Look at these examples and after do the quiz.
A – How do you feel today?
B- Very happy because I have a date with Mick and he’s the so gorgeous!
A- How do you feel today?
B- Quite bad. I have a very bad backache and I have to get an appointment with my doctor.
Hello! Here are two graded activities for the use of these tenses when they appear together. One is for Basic levels and the second activity is for Intermediate.
Right! Time to test some of the English sounds
/æ/ /ʌ/ /ə/ /ɑː/
Hello, here’s a grammar activity on infinitives without ‘to’, to infinitives and -ing forms.
First see the presentation created with Genial·ly and after see how this little quiz goes 😉