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5-7 Similar words (above-over, below-under) May 7
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INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDY

1- watch the video. 2- watch it again repeating after the teacher. 3- read the transcript (optional), see if you understand. 4- watch the video again once or more times until you learn the lesson well. 5- now try to use some objects to reproduce the dialogue (more or less) so you can practise what you just learnt. [With thanks to Hugosite]

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These are called stacks. It's a word for a pile of things. This is a stack, a stack of letters. This is a stack of money, a stack of quarters. This is a stack of CDs. This is a stack of books.
If I say, "which book would you like?, this one?", you could say, "No" (and you want this book), You can say, "no, I want the one above it".
- Is this the book you want?
- No, I want the one above it.
- Is this the book you want?
- No, I want the one above it.
- This one?
If I say, "Is this the book you want?"
You say, "No, I want the one below it"
"Above" and "Below" are very similar to "over" and "under". They're not the same, but they're similar. When things are stacked up, or higher or lower, you usually say "above, the one above" or "the one below". You could say "the one over it", but... or "the one under it". "The one under"'s ok, and "the one over" is ok, but "above" and "below" are similar to "over" and "under".

 
 

 

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