For Fun - 'Bloopers'
Sometimes we do not remember what to say. Or sometimes we are laughing about a funny event. Watch the video above to see these mistakes, or "bloopers."
In this quiz, you can test your listening skills. Watch a short video and answer each question.
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Grammar focus: Modals: should; ought to
Topics: Warnings: Be careful, Watch out; Recommending products, giving advice
Learning Strategy: Cooperate
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: past tense contractions; Making recommendations using "should"
Grammar focus: modal "ought to;" irregular past tense verbs
Topics: U.S. Presidents; Americana symbols
Learning Strategy: Make Associations
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Pronouncing "ought to" in fast speech; Giving warnings with the expression "look out;" Symbols associated with American Presidents
Grammar focus: Irregular past tense verbs
Topics: Asking about health problems; giving advice for health problems
Learning Strategy: Analyze Information
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Wh-questions and Yes/No question intonation; Groups of verbs with irregular past tense forms
Grammar focus: Imperative verb forms, Past tense of BE
Topics: Giving a reason or excuse, Apologizing
Learning Strategy: Self Talk
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Imperative verbs, Extending the word "well"
Grammar focus: Review simple past and irregular past tense verbs; Using adjectives with correct adjective placement; Infinitives: to read, to be; to work
Topics: Describing physical states & emotions
Learning Strategy: Personalize
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Using adjectives; Back-channeling noises: Um-Hum, Uh-Huh
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