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    Urgent!!!!!!!!

    Dear teachers,

    I'm a student and I have a homework about making short lesson plan.
    My topic is about idiom "to put up with someone".I have to make a sentence ,and a Language Focus and Functions.Please give me some idea ,i dont know how and where to start .


    Thanks

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    Re: Urgent!!!!!!!!

    You have a homework assignment.

    "To put up with someone" is to tolerate that person's behavior. Perhaps it means to be pationt with someone when you don't want to be.

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    Thanks Ron
    Do you know how can I used that for my lesson plan ,using only on Language Focus .


    Ayaka

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    Some examples of "put up with" in a sentence:

    I'm really bored with my job, but I put up with it because I need the money.

    My boyfriend smokes and I hate that cigarette smell, but I put up with it because I love him.

    All these new security restrictions at the airport really irritate me, but I put up with it because ultimately they're trying to make travel safer for all of us.


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    Thank you Quisch it helped me a lot.
    I did my homework and my lesson lesson plan,but im not sure if i did the right thing .Can you give me some suggestion .Do I have to ELICIT the full sentences.


    thanks Ayaka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayaka View Post
    Do you know how can I used that for my lesson plan ,using only on Language Focus .

    Do you know how I can use that for my lesson plan using Language Focus?
    ~R

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayaka View Post
    Thank you Quisch it helped me a lot.
    I did my homework and my lesson lesson plan,but im not sure if i did the right thing .Can you give me some suggestion .Do I have to ELICIT the full sentences.
    Thank you, Quisch! That helped me a lot. I have done my homework and my lesson plan, but I am not sure if I did it right. Can you give me some suggestions? Do I have to elicit the full sentences?
    ~R

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