Monday, December 01, 2008

Sad movies for the simple past tense.

This is the worksheet I've prepared to revise the lessons on the simple past of regular and irregular verbs.


SAD MOVIES (ALWAYS MAKE ME CRY)
(Words and Music by John D. Loudermilk)
Sue Thompson

Sad movies always make me cry

He _______(say) he ______(has) to work so I ________(go) to the show alone
They _______(turn) down the lights and ______(turn) the projector on
And just as the news of the world _______(start) to begin
I ______(see) my darling and my best friend walk in

Though I was sitting there they _______(not see)
And so they ______(sit) right down in front of me
When he ________(kiss) her lips I almost _______(die)
And in the middle of the color cartoon I _______(start) to cry.

Oh-oh-oh sad movies always make me cry
Oh-oh-oh sad movies always make me cry

And so I ______(get) up and slowly ______(walk) on home
And mama ______(see) the tears and ________(say) "what's wrong?"
And so to keep from telling her a lie
I just _______(say) "sad movies make me cry"

Oh-oh-oh sad movies always make me cry
Oh-oh-oh sad movies always make me cry
Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh

Sad movies make me cry


Original lyrics was from: http://lyricsplayground.com/alpha/songs/s/sadmoviesalwaysmakemecry.shtml


I just hope I would remember to remind my students not to do what the girl did - leaving her unfaithful boyfriend and her backstabbing friend right where they were. She should have confronted them right there!! They deserved a slap in their faces right in front of everybody in the cinema... he he... I'm just over-reacting, as usual.

1 comment:

Mima said...

One of my students said he didn't like the song because it's so sad. Well...