A: Why did she make him wait?
B: Because she wanted him to help her.
A: Didn't you do it yourself?
B: No, I asked someone else to do it.
A: Are you going out tonight or not?
B: I can't. Someone wants me to do sonething,
A: Neither you nor I want to grade these papers.
B: Right. Let's get a student to do it.
A: You haven't seen Mr. Shin, have you?
B: Yeah. I saw him going to the theater.
After practicing and discussing the sentences in the Comprehensive Reading that are similar to the ones in the box above, complete the following:
A. Make sentences out of the following sets of words:
ex. my wife/at home more often
My wife wants me to stay at home more often.
- the vice-principal/extra work
- my students/interesting lessons
- my children/to the movies
- my students' parents/less homework
- an old friend/in a tearoom
B. If you were a student in class, write three that things you woulddoing, doing, and doing. As a result of these ideas, write three things that you would the teacher to do, the teacher to do, and the teacher to do.
[Students expect teachers to discover the] meaning of living: the exchange of time for experience.
Fred is marching. He is not really ill but he wants the sergeant to think he is.
"Let me sit here for a minute, sergeant. I feel terrible!" he says.
Unfortunately the sergeant does not believe him. He is going to make him march with the others.