We are teaching the present perfect tense in this group of lessons, but we are not perfect. This week, we have a "bloopers" video for you. Bloopers are mistakes that actors make when they are saying their lines on camera. They make both the actors and the audience laugh. We make a lot of mistakes while we are filming Let's Learn English, so we have been laughing a lot in the past year. It has been fun for us to make this course for you.
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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.
Did you miss a lesson? Look back and see if you remember these grammar points and topics.
Grammar: Future continuous verb tense
Topics: Talking about upcoming events; Expressing desires to see sights or do activities on a trip
Learning Strategy: Predict
Speaking & Pronunciation: Reduced form of "will" in the future continuous verb tense
Grammar: Verbs lend, borrow, and loan
Topics: Asking for permission
Learning Strategy: Act It Out
Pronunciation: Words that end in "r" in American English
Grammar: Review of past and present continuous; review of reflexive pronouns
Topics: Offering and accepting help
Learning Strategy: Access Information Sources
Speaking & Pronunciation: Reduced form of "I will" in American English
Grammar: Present perfect verb tense
Topics: Review of making recommendations; Talking about things to do and see
Learning Strategy: Focus Attention
Speaking & Pronunciation: Past participle of BE
Grammar: Present perfect vs. present; Present perfect vs. Past tense
Topics: Reacting to information; Research for work
Learning Strategy: Find Practice Opportunities
Speaking & Pronunciation: Reduced forms of has/have in present perfect tense
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