5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- You gaw nay mmm lay yut tong.
- You gaw nay cheem yut neen hup yurt
- You Gaw
- a used in a phrase for "is" "to be"
ignore in phrase when using adjective (This is very cheap-Nee gaw ho pang)
If "is not" must use
- b If
- c Need (negative - don't need "mmm sigh" or question "sigh mmm sigh")
- d "If you sign a 1 year contract"
- e "If you miss a class"
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Can you come back on Sunday? You Sunday can or can't come back?
- Yes as a response. Do I need to... Yes "You"
(No - mmm sigh)
- Completed teaching (add la to the end of the phrase)
- will be
- Finished teaching
5 True/False Questions
Yup Lai → Drop in - Come in
Nay gay see lay yau duck. → "You can come anytime"
You → want "gnaw you"
joe sun → good morning
Yur Yut → Appointment