2018.10.13 Saturday Pronunciation Master; Free Talking (F3)

Pronunciation Master 17:00~17:50 (3 students); Free Talking 18:00~18:50 (3 students); Free Talking 19:00~19:50 (6 students)

Tonight in Pronunciation class we practiced a variety of digraphs and also tried to complete a crossword. The students needed to “exercise their mouth muscles” to strengthen their L and R pronunciation

In Free Talking tonight, we discussed foods and products which originated in one country, but due to another place popularising them, became assossiated with that place instead. For example, Kiwifruit is famously “from New Zealand” but originated in China.

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2018.9.29 Saturday Pronunciation Master; Free Talking

Pronunciation Master 17:00~17:50 (3 students); Free Talking 18:00~18:50 (4 students); Free Talking 19:00~19:50 (4 students)

Tonight in Pronunciation class we played pronunciation しりとり and practiced our [l].

 

2018.9.22 Saturday Pronunciation Master; Free Talking

Pronunciation Master 17:00~17:50 (2 students); Free Talking 18:00~18:50 (3 students); Free Talking 19:00~19:50 (4 students)

Tonight in Pronunciation class we practiced our [f] and [v].

Next week is Game Night! You are welcome to bring  board or card game, but we will play in English. I have a new game to show everyone and play test. It’ll be fun!

2018.9.15 Saturday Pronunciation Master; Free Talking

Tonight in Pronunciation class we practiced lists of vocabulary contrasting digraphs including L and R. Part 3/3.

2018.9.8 Saturday Pronunciation Master; Free Talking

Tonight in Pronunciation class we practiced lists of vocabulary contrasting digraphs including L and R.

2018.8.25 Saturday Pronunciation Master; Free Talking

2018.8.18 Saturday Pronunciation Master; Free Talking

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2018.7.14 Saturday Pronunciation Master; Free Talking

 

2018.7.7 Saturday Pronunciation Master; Free Talking

 

Tonight in Pronunciation class, with the assistance of Mariko sensei, we practiced prounciation of 148 common English words, and then practiced easily mistaken L and R vocabulary.

In Free Talking tonight we talked about cheesy and tacky prizes in competitions, and whether “can coffee” is any good.