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Review of Lessons 30 - 34

Review Lesson 5 - Bloopers
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Review Lesson 5 - Bloopers

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

Lesson 34: What Will I Do?

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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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.

There are also printable worksheets, assessments and lesson plans for individual learners and English teachers. We encourage you to follow the weekly lessons and share your progress with us through comments and email.