Time: Improve your vocabulary with our Super Sentences method.

EXPRESSIONS EVERY DAY, FROM TIME TO TIME, IN TIME, ON TIME, ONCE A DAY, ONCE A MONTH, ONCE A WEEK, ONCE IN A BLUE MOON, ON AND ON, OVER AND OVER, TWICE A DAY, TWICE A MONTH, TWICE A WEEK
ADVERBS ALMOST, ALWAYS, AS, BARELY, BEFORE, DAILY, DURING, EACH, EVER, EVERY, FOR, HARDLY, JUST, LATELY, MONTHLY, NEARLY, NEVER, NORMALLY, OFTEN, RARELY, RECENTLY, SINCE, SOMETIMES, STILL, TODAY, TOMORROW, USUALLY, WEEKLY, WHEN, WHILE, WHILST, YEARLY, YET
NOUNS CENTURY, CLOCK, DAY, DECADE, DURATION, FORTNIGHT, HOUR, LAP, LEAP YEAR, MINUTE, MONTH, O´CLOCK, ROUND, SECOND, TIME, TIME TRAVEL, WATCH, YEAR
VERBS ARRANGE, DELAY, ENDURE, KILL, KNOW, LAST, LENGTHEN, LOSE, MANAGE, MEASURE, ORGANISE, PASS, PLAN, POSTPONE, SHORTEN, SLOW, SPEED, SPEND, TAKE, TELL, TIME, USE, WASTE
PHRASAL VERBS BRING UP – RAISE SOMEONE

CALL OFF – CANCEL

CARRY ON – CONTINUE

CATCH UP WITH – REACH THE SAME POINT

CLOCK IN – START WORK

CLOCK OUT – FINISH WORK

FALL BEHIND – NOT CONTINUE AT THE SAME SPEED

GIVE UP – STOP DOING

GROW UP – GET OLDER

HOLD UP – DELAY

KEEP UP WITH – CONTINUE AT THE SAME SPEED

PUT OFF – POSTPONE

ADJECTIVES ADVANCED, BEFOREHAND, BUSY, EVERYDAY, LATE, LAZY, LONG, LOST, SHORT, TIME-CONSUMING, USUAL, SOON, WASTED,

 

USEFUL QUESTIONS:

WHAT TIME IS IT?

WHAT´S THE TIME?

HOW LONG DOES IT LAST?

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN (…ING)?

WHEN DID YOU START (…ING)?

HOW OFTEN DO YOU…?

HOW LONG DO YOU SPEND (…ING)?

 

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