- Review Questions
- Review Questions for next class: Minkmink, Nick, Praewa
- Pronunciation: Sentence Stress Phrasebook
- Personal Picture
- Media Project
- Exam Preparation
- ฮุสนา, Best
- เต้ย, Dream
- Poommy, Benz (M)
- เตอร์, มาย
- กระต่าย, มิ้งค์ๆ
- มิ้ง, Nick
- Fanta, ซุป
- Life experience
- ส้มลิ้ม, Mean
- พงษ์, Fresh
- Bell, Nampetch
- ฝ้าย, ดิว
- แพรวา, พลอย
- กลอย, ปิ่น
Sample Topic: Education
- How are education priorities today different from those in the past?
- What is your opinion on the way languages are taught in schools?
- How can the type of school you go to affect career success?
- What changes do you think will happen in the classroom in the near future?
- Look-up IELTS Part 3 speaking topics, and have daily discussions with friends. Take turns asking each other questions about current events and develop your ability to speak about various topics, using varied sentence structure and vocabulary.
- Don’t try to memorise a script. (It needs to be natural!)
- Here is some emergency language
- Check out Aj. Sam’s videos
Review Questions for Week 13
Review Questions for Week 13By Dew, Best, Somlim
1.How do you stress “do that again”?
2. According to rules on page 83, how do you pronounce “We don’t want to go to work at night.” ?
3. You have already prepared for today’s quiz, haven’t you?
4. You didn’t went to Prasanmitr last week, did you ?
5. How do you pronounce “Sterile” ?
6. What is the purpose for taking barbiturates?
1.This can be pronounced in different ways.
- do that a.GAIN
-I won’t do THAT a.gain (for negative way)
2.We don’t want to go to work at night.
3.The question is POSITIVE, so the answer would be …
1) For agreement: Yes, (I have). I’ve prepared for a month.
2) For disagreement: No/Actually, …
4.The question is NEGATIVE, so the answer would be …
1) For agreement: No, ...
2) For disagreement: Actually, …
6.Barbiturates are used primarily for mild sedation, general anesthesia, and as a treatment for some types of epilepsy. Or some of the barbiturates may be used before surgery to relieve anxiety or tension.