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 some of these mistakes, or "bloopers."
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Lesson 30: Rolling on the River
Grammar focus: Comparative and superlative adjectives; Quantitatives (much/many); Count/non-count nouns
Topics: Asking for and making food recommendations; Units of measure & their abbreviations; dollar amounts expressed in numerals; credit/debit payment
Learning Strategy: Make Inferences
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Using count and noncount nouns; Abbreviations for amounts
Lesson 31: Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Grammar focus: Comparatives: faster, earlier
Topics: Making comparisons; Asking for & giving advice
Learning Strategy: Visualize
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Using comparative and superlative adjectives; Pronouncing reduced "than" in comparative sentences
Lesson 32: Welcome to the Treehouse!
Grammar focus: Direct and indirect objects; Interjections_
Topics: Requesting help or information; Talking about technology; Politely disagreeing
Learning Strategy: Monitor_ / Identify Problems
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Indirect objects; Interjections
Lesson 33: Learning America's Sport
>Grammar focus: Agent Nouns
Topics: Complimenting someone's ability; Explaining how to play a sport or activity
Learning Strategy: Sequence
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Agent Nouns; American pronunciation of "er" endings
Grammar focus: Modal verb"might"
Topics: Asking about the future; Talking about life events
Learning Strategy: Make Your Best Guess (Inferencing)
Speaking & Pronunciation Focus: Using modal verbs "will" and "might;" Patterns of intonation with modal verbs
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