Review of how to form “ee”: Open your mouth slightly and smile. Raise your tongue high in your mouth and press the sides of your tongue against your upper side teeth. You should feel a small groove in the middle of your tongue. As you say “ee”, keep your tongue tense.
Illustration of correct mouth and lip position Illustration of correct tongue placement
11. meet 12. team 13. seat 14. clean 15. see 16. need 17. meeting 18. we'll 19. be 20. lead
Practice the following sentences.
Eat all of your meat.
I can’t seem to sleep at night.
Pleaseread this story.
Keep your room neat.
She fell on her knees in the street.
Do you want to meet the team?
This seat is not very clean.
I don’t see the need for another computer.
Mark doesn’t think we’ll be buying that house.
Would you like to lead our next meeting?
Practice the following paragraph. My New Year's resolution this year is to eat healthy and exercise. So, last week, I started on a healthy diet consisting of eating more fruits, vegetables and protein and less carbs. I am really doing well with it and can see the difference already. I've also started a very neat exercise program using an app on my iPhone. My friend swears by this app and thinks it's a wonderful idea, so I'm going to give it a try.
Idiom: swear by something Definition: believe in something strongly
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