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everybody to join a couple points one I

want to mention I made a mistake in last

week's live stream a small mistake but I

want to correct it last week we talked

about half two and have got two and must

do for example and last week I talked

about this word mustn't but I put the

apostrophe in the wrong place so if you

watched last week's live stream this is

the correct spelling of the the

contracted form I watched the live

stream again later and I saw that

mistake so sorry about that okay but

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how I used last week's grammar point in

my life so I as a usual I have just a

quick picture that I used I tried to

make a tweet with whatever our grammar

point was from the previous week so this

week I shared this this tweet actually

this is about a new video

up on the YouTube channel so you can

check it out but I said ah let's see the

last line here now I have to get back to

work I have to get back to work this was

my responsibility statement so last week

we talked about using have to and must

and so on to talk about responsibilities

this is how I did it in my life do all

right

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come Anderson hello welcome back

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great and on Facebook fed goodnight good

evening maybe someone else on Facebook

sorry I can't read your name but good

afternoon hi and Ross from Thailand

great all right to move on a couple

questions I want to talk about that we

had last week one I got a question from

Dave Moby who said is it I have to call

my friend or I must call my friend the

answer here is I have to call my friend

because we as we talked about last week

we use must for formal rules for advice

so have to sound much better for your

everyday responsibilities so please say

I have to call my friend much better

let's see in my notes okay I think

that's the main question I want to talk

about and we're about four minutes in so

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okay but we have a lot to cover today so

as I said before our topic for today is

going to be talking about your schedule

but we're going to kind of review some

of the grammar points we've learned in

past live streams so the team has

actually prepared in the description for

this video

I think it's below the video on YouTube

there's a link there should be a link to

all of our past lives

there so I'll mention which number

livestream to check if you need to

review any points so if you have any

questions or you want to review anything

we talked about today please check the

link in the description on YouTube and

you can find the correct livestream to

get the information you need ok so I

think today we'll talk about things from

five live streams I'm gonna talk

specifically about things in number 4 5

7 8 and 10 alright but I want to focus

on ways to talk about your schedule for

today last week I said we would do that

so we're gonna use we're gonna make

actually four patterns use four patterns

really to talk about your schedule past

tense present tense and future tense and

some responsibilities so to begin with a

warm-up question if you've watched this

live stream before you probably know how

to answer this question but let's begin

with a past tense question so let's

begin

yeah let's use a past tense a past tense

pattern a simple question what sorry

different one we're loading up the right

the right sentence pattern here a past

tense question should be um what did you

do last weekend should be what did you

do last weekend that's the question I

want to begin with today so what did you

do last weekend we talked about how to

make the past tense with regular verbs

right with regular verbs we add edy to

the ending of verbs like I walked I

talked I spoke and so on but some verbs

are irregular so this will be our first

question for today a past tense question

to talk about your past schedule so a

nice easy warmup I think what did you do

last weekend so in my case last weekend

I watched a football game that's true I

cooked brunch for my friend also true

last weekend

I I don't know you can make anything I

walked my dog I slept in late I watched

a movie for example so what did you do

last weekend this will be our first

question our warm-up question for today

what did you do last weekend great first

person is on YouTube Nelson I went

to the zoo went yes great past tense

went to the zoo very nice

chewing on Facebook I worked last

weekend great very nice Jacobs last

weekend I grew a beard okay that seems

like something it just happens naturally

I guess Mohamed says I watched your

video video be careful of the spelling

VI de oh good

I slept longer last weekend I stayed in

my apartment because of Hurricane Nate

too please be careful

I ate pizza good I ran with my friends

nice I studied a lot of English last

weekend good I went out of town on

Facebook I watched a movie lo am i watch

oh sorry I went out with my friends good

last weekend I went to the mall I slept

all day last weekend great nice ones

okay

last weekend I went with my friends to

the cinema nice Jacob I see you were

kidding but it was funny anyway Ruben

says I cut my hair I watched an English

session last weekend I went to a u2

concert ooh nice

last weekend I washed the dishes great

great so nice work with past tense

sentences there so these are ways these

are simple past tense sentences so just

keep in mind we need to conjugate the

verbs we use to past tense so far

everybody has made a pretty nice

sentences last weekend I met my friends

or I saw my friends choose one of those

verbs I met or I saw my friends

I worked hard great nice ones

everybody's got really nice really like

correct perfect sentences great work

okay

so that's kind of a nice warm-up

question I wanted to start with today

but I want to move on to some things

that are maybe a little bit different um

so the second question I want to talk

about is how to talk about a regular

action something that you do every week

or every month or every every day for

example so please keep in mind that when

you talk about regular actions we use

the present tense we use the present

tense to talk about something that is a

fact some kind of regular thing we do

it's part of your everyday schedule for

example you can use every year for every

season

anything that you do regularly you can

use the present tense to talk about that

so please keep in mind that when the

subject of the sentence is he she or it

will conjugate the verb in the sentence

by adding s to the end of the verb but

for for this case the subject of the

sentence will be I so maybe you don't

have to worry about that today but this

will be our second our second practice

sentence for today for talking about

your schedule so question number two

what is something you do every week

something you do every week every week I

do a live stream on this channel or

every week I study something or every

week I cook something every week I go

jogging for example so what is something

that you do every week so this will be a

present tense sentence for talking about

your schedule

Foofa says every week I do homework

great okay

every week I drink beer good every wrink

I watch English videos good on Facebook

every week I take time to study I take

time to study good I always I clean my

house every week

good um I go to college every day good

so instead of every day or week someone

said every day nice every week I go

swimming at the pool I go swimming at

the pool every morning I wake up late

good every week I teach French nice

every week I watch one direction really

that's kind of funny every week I ride

my bike good okay every week I go to the

gym every week I take my son to his

something therapy okay good every week I

go to school good every week I do yoga

every week I visit my mother nice every

week I read my favorite English novel

excellent fantastic every week I wake up

early to go to work nice every week I

take a bath only once a week and maybe

every day I wonder good I play tennis

every Friday good so that person made a

sentence with a day of the week every

Friday every Saturday every weekend we

can use this grammar in the same way for

a day of the week the key point here is

the repetition using present present

tense for a repeated action

we do now in our lives every week every

day and so on great nice ones so far so

good no problems here okay uh what else

every week I take my grandchildren out

fantastic okay sounds good to me

all right let me take a look at our time

all right we have a little bit more time

so maybe we can go to should I introduce

our free stuff for the week what do you

think to you or shall I talk a little

bit more okay so as always the team has

prepared some free stuff for you this

week so this week is PDFs so I think

we've talked a little bit about some

PDFs in past live streams but I think

there may be there are new ones from

this month I'm not sure but we have PDFs

that are free to download on the website

so definitely check it out oh okay great

so team says there are new ones all the

time they're making new ones all the

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thing that the team has put together are

these free PDFs for you to download I

think you'll see them at the bottom of

the page here actually these are the

things that can help you if you have any

gaps in your vocabulary so they're kind

of made around a specific theme like

travel or business or eating that sort

of thing but some of you have said that

you like to study English when you don't

have an internet connection so these can

be useful for you if you'd like to study

away from home for example so check

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I think it's at the very bottom actually

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good stuff there okay so just a quick

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alright with that let's get back to

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our next topic the next way to talk

about your schedule then I want to talk

about how to share upcoming plans

something you're going to do in the

future so this was a grammar point we

talked about Han this was a grammar

point we talked about in live stream

number five in live stream number five

we talked about how to make the future

tense so I want to focus today on plans

you decided before the conversation

remember when you want to explain a plan

you decided before the conversation you

should use going to I'm going to he's

going to she's going to of course we can

use the negative not going to as well

but today I want to review this grammar

point and I want to review it together

with a grammar point we talked about in

live stream number eight

so in live stream eight we talked about

prepositions of location of place we

talked about for example at and in and

by so I want to make an example sentence

with you guys today that uses future

tense and that uses a preposition of

location in the same way so our next

sentence pattern I want to try is this

one that's coming up now what are you

going to do this week and where what are

you going to do this week and where so

I'm going to do something at a

place or you can use in a place so for

example I'm going to eat lunch at a

restaurant or I'm going to watch a movie

at home or I'm going to do some work in

the office for example so let's use

future tense here and a preposition of

location so this is from livestream

number five and livestream number eight

if you want to review so what are you

going to do this week and where what are

you going to do this week and we're okay

so I'm going to travel to London good ok

I'm going to travel to London is good

let's try to use a preposition to try to

use a preposition there's a nice feature

tense sentence I'm going to sleep now

because it's five o'clock in Denmark

good ok other ones nice one okay

Facebook great one lomé says I'm going

to take an exam at the University this

week nice one I'm going to take an

example I'm going to hang on we have a

different example sentence here now

we're gonna fix it I think but the

question is what are you going to do

this week and where what are you going

to do this week and where so okay good

I'm going to a bar in my city nice I'm

going to go to a meeting at my office

good yeah here we go I'm going to well

that went fast I'm going to swim in the

swimming pool good I'm going to go

shopping at an outlet in DC nice on

Facebook I'm going to play football at

AA instead of playground playground has

the nuance of like a children's like

plays structure in the park so for for

football use field I'm going to play

football at the football field or I'm

going to play soccer at the soccer field

sounds good I'm going to go shopping at

the market good I'm going to watch some

Vivica movie at the theater good I'm

going to telephone a client in my office

perfect great I'm going to watch a movie

at the theater good I'm going to go to

the gym at Fitness First

jiminee I'm going to study at the

library nice great great okay so we have

a future tense point here going to plus

our preposition of location nice work

nice work very nice I'm

to study English in my house good I'm

going to meet my sister at her house

good I'm going to a cafe with my friend

fantastic

good good good so in one sentence we can

actually share a lot of information so

we're sharing in one sentence your

future plan and we're sharing where the

plan is going to happen so try to do try

to think about this so it's gonna sound

a lot more natural than saying I'm going

to the park and or sorry I'm going

swimming I'm going swimming at the pool

like try to put all of that information

into one sentence so I think part of

sounding more natural is is combining

your ideas fluently into single single

sentences that's going to sound much

better in speaking and in writing if you

can make one sentence from your ideas so

very nice job you guys are doing great

today great sentences okay

um Wow lots of are still coming in I'm

gonna eat sushi at the mall good I'm

going to study English at the Institute

in my country good I'm going to meet a

girl at the Museum very nice singers and

I'm going to a party at my friend's home

I would say at my friend's home I'm

going to pray at a mosque maybe great

I'm going to skate at the playground

okay I'm going to go to school in a new

country on Facebook Paul I think nice

I'm going to a job interview at the

airport in Bogota Wow good luck ends oh

good luck ends on Facebook great all

right we have lots of really good

sentences you guys fantastic fantastic

so please remember the difference

between at and in we talked about this a

few weeks ago but remember we use at for

a specific location like at the office

at the supermarket for example and we

use in for a space we are enclosed by

we're surrounded by something future

tense going to is used for something

we've decided before the conversation

too fantastic you guys that sounds great

okay let's move on then to the next

point so again in the next question I've

prepared for you today

we're going to review two points to

grammar points from past live streams

we've talked about prepositions of time

before so that was in live stream number

seven we talked about prepositions of

time like at and in and on and by a

little bit that was in live stream

number seven so we talked about how we

use at for the exact time something

happens like this live stream starts at

10:00 p.m. est while I wake up at 8:00

o'clock for example remember we use in

for periods of time like seasons or

times of day in the morning in winter in

the afternoon for example and we use on

four days of the week and weekends

finally we use by to talk about

deadlines so if you need to review these

points please check out a live stream

number seven you can find the link in

the description for this video but I

want to use a preposition of time one

and I want to combine this with last

week's grammar points so last week in

live stream number 10 we talked about

have to so I began this lesson with an

example of half - yeah we use half - to

talk about responsibilities remember

have to is used for something we're

responsible for so if we don't complete

this task something negative might

happen like I have to prepare for next

week's live stream or like the crew has

to prepare too so we use have to to

explain our responsibilities and we use

a preposition of time to talk about when

something might happen or a specific

time or time frame when it will happen

so like we did in our last example

sentence I want to put these two points

together to make another sentence that

will help you explain your schedule so

our next example sentence will be what

do you have to do this week and when

what do you have to do this week so

here's have to have to do your

responsibility and when are you

responsible for that so this week I have

to do a live stream at a time so 10 p.m.

est on Wednesday night for example

so we have a lot of information here two

prepositions of time yeah a specific

time and a day so what do you have to do

this week and when this week I have to

clean my house at two o'clock on Sunday

for example it's a very specific

sentence yes but I think it's a good

idea to practice the correct way to use

these prepositions in particular so

let's try to make a sentence what do you

have to do this week and when so this

week I have to work at 3 p.m. on Friday

or this week I have to write an article

by oh by in my case by 8 p.m. on

Thursday that's true

ok so what do you have to do this week

and when okay I have to meet my

girlfriend at lunch tomorrow

good ok nice one I have to get through

my homework on Saturday morning pretty

nice good I have to practice my English

at 8 p.m. on Wednesday fantastic I have

to teach English in the at the Univ at

the University at 8 o'clock good ok I

have to work at 8 a.m. every day nice

one Stan Lee on Facebook Georgina this

week I have to go to the doctor on

Friday great also this week I have to go

to the city on Friday great I have to

clean my room on Sunday great nice one

this week I have to prepare dinner at

6:00 on Saturday fantastic everybody's

using both of these prepositions

perfectly this week I have to go to

church at 7 a.m. on Sunday great very

early nice I have to go to the cinema at

9 p.m. on Friday fantastic this week I

have to celebrate my husband's birthday

at 6 p.m. be careful have to is used

usually for some kind of responsibility

like we might not do that thing so if

it's a happy thing it might sound a

little strange to use have to for that

ok what else I have to babysit my niece

at 5 p.m. on Friday nice one Taylor this

week I have to do the laundry at 7 a.m.

on Sunday fantastic on Facebook this

week I have to go to I have to go to

remember don't forget your verb I have

to verb should go here I have to go to a

job interview at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow

yeah good luck at the airport um I have

to go to a restaurant for a date oh good

luck okay I have to take my son to the

hospital on Saturday fantastic okay uh I

have to get be careful I have to someone

wrote on Facebook I have to marriage

marriage is a noun marriage is a noun we

need to use the verb form here I have to

get married but I remember half - sounds

like a responsibility maybe something

you otherwise would not do so I have to

get married sounds kind of a little

serious I mean I don't know your

situation but still be careful I have to

pay my bills by Friday but I won't have

the money oh no good luck good luck Kahn

says this week I have to take a TOEIC

test take a TOEIC test at 9 a.m. on

Saturday very good luck very good luck

best of luck to you I have to work on

Monday good uh what else I have to do my

homework at night on Monday good lots of

people are studying fantastic fantastic

on Facebook this week I have to go to

the mosque at 11 a.m. on Friday great

great this week I have to wake up at 5

a.m. the cruise oh that's early I have

to study hard every day good good yeah

someone just mentioned on YouTube what's

the difference between must and have to

if you have a question about the

difference between must and have to we

talked about this in last week's live

stream live stream number 10 there's a

link in the description or you can check

the YouTube channel or the Facebook page

for that essentially though must is more

formal we use must for formal rules

official rules like the police airport

situations we use have to to talk about

our personal responsibilities so to give

a short example that's it but for a

longer explanation please check last

week's live stream that should help you

out ok I have to visit my family back

home next year great fantastic you guys

have done a fantastic job with the

example sentences today I think and I

think some of you have been watching all

of the live streams I recognize your

names it's really cool but again if you

have questions all of the stuff

everything we're talking about today

actually except the present tense

we have discussed this in live streams

before so if you'd like to check some

more example sentences or if you want to

get some more details please check those

past live streams and some of this

information is on the YouTube channel in

the whiteboard lessons we've been doing

recently like the difference between by

and until for example ah and this week I

shared it in my in my tweet at the

beginning of today's live stream but

this week there's also a simple past

tense video now we don't have to see it

again I don't think but I mentioned it

here this week there's a simple past

tense video up on the YouTube channel so

you can check that I linked it on my

Twitter but you can just check the

YouTube page too if you have questions

about simple past tense you can check

out that video as well great okay so you

guys have done a fantastic job with this

grammar review this is awesome awesome

and thank you for your great questions

as well you are still making fantastic

example sentences - uh Wow still a lot

of them going up up someone says I have

to go to sleep right now good night good

night alright but we only have exactly

two minutes left so I'm going to I'm

going to start wrapping up by the way

some of you asked that question to wrap

up to wrap up is like a casual way to

say finish something so the image is

like you know wrapping a present like

when we finish wrapping putting paper on

a present it's finished yeah so we say

like I'm going to wrap up this lesson

I'm going to wrap up this live stream so

today I have to wrap up the live stream

a bit thank you so much for all your

comments but I have a couple of

announcements the first one the crew is

gonna test I think today a 24-hour live

stream on the on the You Tube channel

I think that's gonna be today yeah they

say yes yes so if you want to just check

it out give it a try it won't be it

won't be me live it won't be a person

life but if you just want to check out

this idea they're gonna try they're

gonna just broadcast some videos just

for a 24-hour period so if you want to

just you know join in and listen

for a little bit or review some grammar

you can check the YouTube channel and

take a look at the live thing that

they're gonna do today so that's one

second thing is next week's topic so

next week's topic I'm going to talk

about adjective order so maybe some of

you know about this adjective order in

English can be kind of crazy like how to

know the correct order to list multiple

adjectives we're going to talk a little

bit about this and I want to make some

kind of fun example sentences so I hope

you join in there that should be fun so

next week's live stream will be October

18th Wednesday October 18th at 10 p.m.

Eastern Standard Time 10 p.m. October

18th Wednesday night Eastern Standard

Time so please join us again on youtube

or on Facebook and we're going to talk

about adjective order next week that

should be a lot of fun other things yeah

if you're just joining sorry the live is

about to be finished but you can watch

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couple of people have recommended this

if you want to watch it back in it's a

little fast for you you can use

YouTube's speed function and slow down

the video a little bit so that can be a

really good way to help you study as

well a couple what was it and if there's

something else I wanted to mention is

free PDFs you're going to see our free

PDFs when I walk away from the screen

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