THINK AND SPEAK ENGLISH | HOW TO ANSWER ANY QUESTION LIKE A NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKER

By watching this video lesson, you will learn how to finally think and speak like a native English speaker.

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Part #1 | What did he do?

THINK

Who: John

What: Bought a car

When: Yesterday

Where: A dealership in the downtown area

Why: To commute to work

SPEAK

“John made a significant investment yesterday when he bought a car. He purchased the car from a dealership downtown because he is going to start commuting to work.”

Significant: sufficiently great or important to be worthy of attention; noteworthy

Commute: travel some distance between one’s home and place of work on a regular basis

Part #2 | What did she do last night?

THINK

Who: Sarah

What: Cooked a scrumptious dinner

When: Last night

Where: At home

Why: To celebrate her anniversary

SPEAK

“Last night, Sarah cooked a scrumptious dinner at home for her husband. She decided to cook because she wanted to celebrate their anniversary.”

Scrumptious: (of food) extremely tasty; delicious

Part #3 | Where did Peter go?

THINK

Who: Peter

What: Attended a concert

When: Last weekend

Where: At the stadium

Why: Because he is a huge fan of the band

SPEAK

“Last weekend, Peter attended a concert. The concert was held at the stadium and he had an amazing experience. He had been anticipating the concert for weeks because he is a huge fan of the band that was playing.”

Anticipate: expect or predict

Huge fan: used to emphasize that you are a really big fan of someone or something

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Obirieze
Obirieze
5 months ago

This is a simple platform to help me express myself easy

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