In response to the STAG request from Ed of the Otsu school, below are 4 paragraphs to be used with the phrase cards whose numbers are shown. For a great explanation of how to use these, check out Ed’s post at the link below:
Phrase cards lesson plan explained
001-005 (Take turns, Wear out, Throw away, See about, Get rid of)
I really want to the old typewriter since it is pretty but it’s difficult to because it is a a little bit nostalgic. Next week I will giving it to a museum. I think it might be a welcome addition to their collection of antiquated things. Then all the older people can looking at it and remembering the past.
146-150 (Come along, Let off, Mess with, Patch up, Rust away)
My house has a large veranda that is just about to if I don’t do something soon. I don’t really want to, but I really need to soon. Oh look! A taxi just my wife in front of the house. She is waving to me from the street. I hope this is a sign that our my attempt to our relationship by sending flowers was successful.
181-185 (Flick through, Look forward to, Pile up, Stay up, Be bound to/for)
He was so busy that his work just and he only had time to the documents on his desk instead of reading them in depth. And often he to watch a DVD before going to bed just to help him relax after a hard day at work. He was beginning to really his vacation in August. He had already booked a trip on a ship Alaska and was basically counting the days until he would leave.
186-190 (pass out, cry out, fork out, dryp off, look through)
Today while I was waiting for my hair to and some old photo albums, I heard someone for help. In front of the house someone had and we had to call an ambulance. Thank goodness it’s not the US where the person would have to a lot of money for the ambulance.
Thanks for the sentences…I’m sure they’ll come in handy. I’ll do my best to put up some of my ideas.