by Nitsan Shtivi11 Jun 2020
Yesterday, I sat with my father, and we spoke about music. My father used to play the guitar when he was little just like I do today. So, I thought it would be interesting to hear from him about his favorite kind of music and what made him fall in love with it in the first place. Oh, I was caught out in my story that I forgot to tell you who I am. My name is Roie. I'm 16 years old, and I live in the south of Israel. I love music because it is my greatest passion, and I have been playing the guitar since I was four years old. The first song that I learned to play was Yesterday by The Beatles. My father taught me how to play it, and I fell in love with it. My father was the reason why I started to play. He helped me discover this world. But as I've grown older, I understand that I've never asked him about himself what has drawn him into this world. So last Saturday I decided to ask him about it, and as I've said, we sat in the living room, and he told me about the gift that changed his life. When he was 15 years old, he got a special gift from his father. He got the Beatles album, and it was old and dusty because it belonged to his father, but he knew that this album was very important to him. He told me that he was so happy, this was his father's favorite band. He used to listen to this album all day every day, and when he turned 16, he bought a guitar and started to play. He played all the Beatles songs and his father's eyes were full of delight. When he saw the happiness in his father's eyes, he decided to keep this legacy, and Roie made a promise to himself that he would teach his son to play his favorite childhood tunes. After this conversation, I made a promise to myself that one day I would teach my son, my grandfather's, and my father's favorite tunes.
1)Divide the verbs to regular and irregular verbs using a table
A)Write their basic form.
B)Add 2 new verbs to each side.
Basic form Irregular verbs Regular verbs
2) Write a fan letter to one of the Beatles members from the point of view of the father. Use past simple only (you may use the table you created in question 1).