How was 2017?
English learners who are using Let’s Learn English enjoy writing to tell us about their lives. At this time of year, we are looking back on the year and thinking about what we learned and what we want to do in the coming year.
Do you want to practice your writing in English? Write a note telling us about your year. Were there any big changes in your life? What did you learn? How did you learn it? What is your goal for 2018? We really want to get to know you better. You can write in the comments section below this article or send us an email using this link.
In this quiz, you can test your listening skills and review the last five lessons. Watch a short video and answer each question.
Did you miss a lesson? Look back and see if you remember these grammar points and topics.
Grammar focus: Partitives (measure words); Count/Non-count Nouns (review)
Topics: Giving reasons for concern
Learning Strategy: Cooperate
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Reduced “of” before consonants and vowels (in partitives)
Grammar focus: Prepositions of location
Topics: Asking the location of items; Names of locations in the kitchen
Learning Strategy: Substitute
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Intonation patterns of compound nouns
Grammar focus: Possessive Pronouns (mine, ours, their, theirs, her/hers, his/his)
Topics: Exchanging Opinions; Agreement & disagreement; Comparing things, places, & people
Learning Strategy: Personalize
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Giving a reason for your opinion; Pronouncing possessive pronouns
Grammar focus: Superlative Adjectives
Topics: Describing people, places, & things; Reporting details; Identifying positive & negative personal qualities
Learning Strategy: Evaluating
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Stressing superlative adjectives
Grammar focus: Adjectives with negative preﬁxes (in-, un-, dis-, im-)
Topics: Shopping online, Interpreting factual statements; Critical thinking about advertisements
Learning Strategy: Ask questions to clarify or get more information
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Using negative prefixes with adjectives; Pronouncing “comfortable” and “uncomfortable.”
Want to sing carols or just practice singing in English? Here’s a cute video you can sing along with.
And here’s another especially for kids:
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