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Congratulations on a great podcast, Zee and everyone else in class last Tuesday. Listen to it here, Let's Talk! and leave a message there.
As we all know, there are many ways you can improve your English using technology like the Internet. Here is a very good website for ESL students, go there to learn more about phrasal verbs, Dave's ESL Cafe. You can answer the questions below by clicking on the letter of the alphabet for each phrasal verb:
1. What's the real meaning of this sentence?: The babysitter had a difficult time. The children acted up all evening.
a) The children were rehearsing for a theatre play
b) The children were very naughty
c) The children went upstairs to sleep
a) I can't keep up with him when he's walking. He's too fast.b) I don't have a friendly relationship with him
c) I can't be with him for a long time3. Write a sentence in your own words for each one of these phrasal verbs:
have to do with, call off, take after, wear out
- Today's forum is about racism. I though you may want to discuss this topic after it came up during our last class and also in preparation for our next podcast.
- In our ESOL wiki: our volunteers from last week should be finishing the news about Sculpture by the Sea.
- Also in our ESOL Wiki: in Agony Aunt there is a desperate person waiting for advice on a very weighty problem! Remember to revise the modals of advice in Time4English (last week's post).