Wednesday, November 21, 2012

EFL Session Four

You're sitting under a tree with your laptop. Or maybe it's an Ipad or Mobile. You stumble upon English as a Foreign Language. What a coincidence! You happen to be studying English. You will notice the teacher doesn't do much talking. I have always preferred to point the student in the direction of good activities, and I have always found people learn a lot on their own. You're probably that way. Pronunciation: Final G: the back of your tongue touches the back part of the roof of your mouth. Conversation. Exchanges 1, Page 2. Simple, short dialogues practicing the Present Tense of "Be". They are fun. Grammar: "There's and There are". Our article for today concerns the same period of time as yesterday's story about Thanksgiving. Pocahontas was a very famous Native American, a daughter of a chief. She lived near the settlement of Jamestown in what is now the state of Virginia. She converted to Christianity, married an English man, and moved to England. I'm going away for a couple of days, but I'll be back with a new session for you on Friday. Have a great Thanksgiving.

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