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What is your English learning plan for 2017?

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.

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In this quiz, you can test your listening skills and review the last five lessons. Watch a short video and answer each question.

Lesson Review

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Lesson 40: The Woods Are Alive

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

Lesson 41: Teamwork Works Best With a Team

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

Lesson 42: I Was Minding My Own Business

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/

Lesson 43: Time for Plan B

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"

Lesson 44: Making Healthy Choices

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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Let's Learn English is a new course for English learners. Certified American English teachers designed the course for beginners. The course continues for 52 weeks.

Each week, there will be a new lesson with video showing the lives of young Americans. The lesson includes instruction in speaking, vocabulary and writing.

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