Episode 3 – How to use the word “HAVE” and more

Episode 3 - How to use the word “HAVE” and more

Episode 03

Episode 3 – How to use the word “HAVE” and more (English in Sinhala)

Topics discussed in this episode:​​

Part 01 – In this part, we are talking about a particular word and how to use it in a sentence or conversation.

How to use HAVE properly in day to day use?

HAVE – 

1) This can indicate sometimes that someone owns something.

They have beautiful bikes.

He had an apartment.(past tense)

2) Use when eating.

I had my breakfast

Shall we have dinner

3) Use with experiences

I had a bad time in the party

Let’s have a bath

4) we can see this word in conversations

I had an argument with my best friend

5)use when indicating travelling

Have a safe flight.

6)When describing accidents

The boy had an accident and injured his leg.

Part 02 – This part will Explain a conversation using a Podcast, TV series, or a Film.

Learn English in Sinhala with Harry Potter. Brainy hunt Podcast Episode 03
Learn English in Sinhala with Harry Potter. Brainy hunt Podcast Episode 03

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  • Welcome to Hogwarts.
  • Shortly, you’ll pass through these doors and join your classmates.
  • But before you take your seats,you must be sorted into your houses.
  • They are Gryffindor, Hufflepuff…
  • …Ravenclaw and Slytherin.
  • While you’re here, your house will be like your family.
  • Your triumphs will earn you points.
  • Any rule-breaking and you will lose points.
  • At the end of the year, the house with the most points wins the house cup.

Part 03 – In this part, we suggest you listen to a song while paying attention to its lyrics.

Episode 3 – How to use the word “HAVE” and more (English in Sinhala)

Kind of hard one to understand. 

Memories – Maroon 5 

“Memories” reflect on a variety of aspects of life that we try to hold close and dear to us forever. Our first kiss, the first crush, that one specific birthday, one embarrassing moment, graduation, drinking with friends, and the list goes on and on. We live and survive on these memories.

Part 04 – This part is for the Q and A session. Here I will tell you a story and ask you questions, and you will have to listen carefully and answer those questions.

One day John went to the supermarket. When he was at the supermarket, no one seemed to be there. He was confused. The supermarket door was already open, but no one was inside. He looked around. But still, he couldn’t see anyone. Anyway, he continued shopping. Suddenly a security guy appeared from somewhere, and he said, “Sir, we are closed, how did you come inside?” John said, “the door is already open. That’s how I got inside.” Then the security guy went to the door, checked it, and came back. He said, “Oh! Sir, I’m so sorry. It is my fault, I have forgotten to close the door, but today we are closed.” 

  1. Who went to the supermarket?
  2. While he was in the supermarket, Who else was with him?
  3. What happened suddenly?
  4. Who was that guy?
  5. What did the guy say?
  6. Why did that guy go to the door?
  7. What did he say after checking the door?

Part 05 – In this part, I will give ten or five new words to your vocabulary and will tell you how to use these words in a sentence.

Episode 3 – How to use the word “HAVE” and more (English in Sinhala)

Coast (noun)- the shore of a sea(the land next to the sea) ,to sail along

  • The accident happened three miles off the coast

Constitute (verb) – to compose or represent

  •  Women constitute about ten percent of Parliament.

Render (verb) – to cause someone or something to be in a particular state

  • His rudeness rendered me speechless.

Appeal (verb) – a request made to a court of law or to someone in authority to change a previous decision

  • The case went to the court of appeal/the appeal court.

Labor(noun,verb) US spelling of labour – practical work, esp. work that involves physical effort

  • The car parts themselves are not expensive – it’s the labor that costs so much.

Resources for the above parts :

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 Part 02 –

 Part 03 –

 Part 04 –

 Part 05 –

Timestamps

  • Part 01 – 04.11, Part 02 – 13.11, Part 03 – 21.14, Part 04 – 23.20, Part 05 – 28.50

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