What is your English learning plan for 2018?
It's a new year. It has been one year since we started Let's Learn English. Have you studied with us all year? Do you have any new plans for learning English in the coming year? Will you use the English that you know in a new way? We love to hear from our audience! 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: Adverbs (loudly, quietly, slowly); Comparatives of adverbs (more seriously); Review agent nouns (actor, director)
Topics: New Year resolutions; Describing people’s actions
Learning Strategy: Self-Evaluate
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Asking for & giving feedback ; Projecting when public speaking
Grammar: Future Real Conditional (If clauses)
Topics: Asking for & giving feedback about job performance; Identifying ways to improve performance at work or school; Interpreting advice
Learning Strategy: Use Selective Attention
Speaking & Pronunciation: Pronouncing contrastive stress
Grammar: Reﬂexive pronouns; While-clauses; Past Continuous Tense,
Topics: Describing ongoing past activities; Asking about & giving information about past events; Describing a sequence of events; Expressing concern about someone; Reacting to bad news; Expressing sympathy
Learning Strategy: Read Between the Lines
Speaking & Pronunciation: Reﬂexive pronouns; Pronouncing /didjə/
Grammar: Could; Would; Be able to; Have got to; Too + adjective
Topics: Asking and telling about ability to do things; Review of Giving an Excuse; Expressing past & future ability or obligation
Learning Strategy: Personalize
Speaking & Pronunciation: Using modal verbs to make polite requests; Informal pronunciation of "what are you & would you"
Grammar: Mustn’t vs. Don’t have to, Must vs. Should
Topics: Expressing concern, Nutrition; Types of foods; Complimenting about food choices
Learning Strategy: Classify
Pronunciation: Pronouncing must & mustn’t
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