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Topic of the Previous Session
Idiom of the Day

Activity 01

Who is the messiest person you know?

What is the best and worst purchases you’ve ever made?

What’s the worst commercial you’ve recently seen? Why is it so bad?

What quote or saying do people spout but is complete nonsense?

 If you could know the absolute and total truth to one question, what question would you ask?

If you were given a one-minute advertisement slot during the World Cup Final what would you fill it with?

Pronunciation Tip

  • Weak Forms
    There are a large number of words in English which can have a “full” form and a “weak” form. We tend to swallow non-essential words. Thus, conjunctions, pronouns, prepositions, auxiliaries and articles are often lost. Some examples of words which have weak forms are;
    • And
      fish and chips (fish´n chips)
      a chair and a table (a chair ´n a table)
    • Can
      She can speak Spanish better than I can (The first “can” is the weak form, the second the full form.)
    • Of
      A pint of beer
      That´s the last of the wine!
    • Have
      Have you finished? (weak)
      Yes, I have. (full)
    • Should
      Well, you should have told me. (Both “should” and “have” are weak here)

Activity 02

What aspects of humans have made us a successful species?

Topic for the Next Session

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