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Hi, this is One Word English. You are going to learn one word and many ways of using it.

Let’s consider the word Time. What’s the time?

The girl is planning her weekend. She calls her friend and says:

Can you make time for me this weekend?

But you’ll take me to a gallery again; I don’t want to waste my time on that!

Oh come on! This time we’re gonna go to a reggae gig, that’ll be fun of your lifetime!

OK, see you then, but please be on time!

Ok, now let me explain what the word time means in these sentences.

The first phrase “Can you make time for me” means “Can you spend time with me”.

“I don’t want to waste my time” means “I don’t want to do something useless”.

The next phrase “This time we’ll go to a reggae gig” means “At that occasion we’ll go to a reggae concert”.

And finally “Please be on time” means “Please come at the moment we arranged for the meeting”.

Let’s repeat these sentences together.

Can you make time for me this weekend?

But you’ll take me to a gallery again; I don’t want to waste my time on that!

No, this time we’re gonna go to a reggae gig, that’ll be fun of your lifetime!

OK, see you then, but please be on time!

Now you are ready to answer my questions:

Where does the girl suggest them to go this time?

What does she want her friend to do?

Why doesn’t her friend want to go out with her?

When does her friend ask the girl to come?

Look at the following situations and check out how we can use the word time.

She is wasting her time in a hotel.

He’s done the job at last, and now he can fly back home and make time for his family.

This time she’ll be safe in the water.

Some hurry to be on time, some sit in peace and take their time.

We need the word Time all the time. Just look around and find situations where you can say it. As usual – don’t be shy to talk to yourself!

You’ve been watching “One Word” English. See you soon.



Your tutor is Alisher, a Cambridge CELTA graduate with over 5 years of international EFL teaching experience. He’s designing these programs to suite various levels from Elementary to
Intermediate. Watch this video a few times, repeating model phrases and answering questions, then find similar situations around to practice until a new episode of "One Word English" comes out.
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