I hope you have all had a great week and are ready for a little English.
Today’s article is about
- the difference between: Have you cut your hair? and Have you had your hair cut?
- talking about services you have done for you.
- a quiz on the used structure
- the answers to last week’s crossword
The more difficult vocabulary is identified with an asterisk * and a definition is in brackets ( ).
Have you cut your hair? OR Have you had your hair cut?
Watch my YouTube video for a complete explanation I hope you like my little odd * (strange) drawings. Watch until the end to see my favourite part, the “unless” part!
Here is the most important information from the video:
Other possible services we could talk about having done.
We can use this structure to talk about:
- the dentist’s
- an optician’s
- a dry cleaner’s* (the shop where they professionally clean clothes)
- a photographer
- a tailor* (a person who makes clothes)
- a decorator
- a gardener
- a beauty salon
- a hairdresser’s
- a car mechanic
- a hospital
Or other places where they do a service for us.
This week’s quiz
Write a sentence for the images,
eg, He needs to have his tree decorated, or He needs to decorate his tree?
- He needs….. (decorate/the tree)
2) She is … (do/her make up)
3) They … (clean/house)
4) She needs to… (cut/her nails)
5) She… (repair/her glasses)
Write down your answers and I’ll put the correct answers in next week’s article.
Last week’s crossword key
If you would like to read the article and try the crossword before seeing the key (answers) click here!
How did you do? Did you get them all correct?
Have a fun week and I’ll see you next weekend!
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