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Review of Level 2 Lessons 16 - 20

Review of Level 2 Lessons 16-20

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You're already more than halfway through Let's Learn English Level 2. Good job! Now, let's review lessons 16-20.

Watch each video and then take the review quiz below. And, don't forget to let us know what you've learned and enjoyed so far in Level 2!

Review of Lessons 16 - 20

Lesson 16: Find Your Joy!

Grammar focus: Past habitual with used to and would

Topics: Discussing recreation preferences

Lesson 17: Flour Baby, Part 1

Grammar focus: Reflexive pronouns

Topics: Interpreting information and advice; giving instructions

Lesson 18: Flour Baby, Part 2

Grammar focus: Reflexive pronouns

Topics: Following instructions; describing an accident​

Lesson 19: Movie Night

Grammar focus: Indirect questions​

Topics: ​Politely correcting someone's behavior; asking for something politely

Lesson 20: The Test Drive

Grammar focus: Reported speech

Topics: Discussing opinions; describing similarities and differences​

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Quiz - Review of Lessons 16-20

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Let's Learn English - Level 2 is a new course for English learners. Certified American English teachers designed the course for intermediate learners.

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