Week 11 (They,Ploy,Husna)
- What does “seeing someone on the side” mean?
- How do you pronounce “Ratatouille"
- What’s the difference between correct and collect
- How come happiness is the key to success in life?
- Have you ever felt that you were jinxed by someone or something? If you were, how did you solve the problem?
- In this generation, is the internet dangerous for kids? Why?
- Having a secret romantic relationship in addition to a main one.
- With /r/, the tongue is curved back, and does not touch the roof of the mouth. With /l/, the tongue touches the tooth ridge (not the teeth).
- Because happiness is you are happy with what you do. You will be interested in what you want to success incessantly and always ready for fulfilling energy, knowledge and attitude to be successful.
- I have never felt that I were jinxed because everything happens for a reason that leads us to the better steps of life.
- Yes, because now the internet is easily to reach. For the kids if you let them use while they're too young. It'll have a problem about their eyes. Some parents use their kids for social media such as post the baby on Instagram, take a video in every moment of them. It's not good for their privacy.
Week 13 (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?Answers
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.
Week 14 (Praewa,Nick,Minkmink)
1. How do you pronounce “excavator”?
2. What is the pattern of “Excuse me”?
3. What does “pedal” mean?
4. Do you think is it a good idea that in the movie the parents took a car without asking and drove away?
5. What is the difference between excavator and bobcat?
6. How do you stress “ Do you want to come”?
1. /ˈek.skə.veɪ.tər/ (UK) and /ˈek.skə.veɪ.t̬ɚ/ (US)
2. oOo (small big small)
3. Pedal /ˈped.əl/ (UK) and /ˈped.əl/ (US)
It means a small part of a machine or object that is pushed down with the foot to operate or move the machine or object:
4. It's an essential question but I think it's not a good idea for using other people's cars without asking.
5. Excavetor is a large, powerful machine with a container connected to a long arm, used for digging up the ground.
Bobcats is a heavy equipment machine used in construction to move aside or load materials.
6. It could be 'do you WANT to COME' or 'do you WANna COME'.
Week 2 (Kit)
- How do you pronounce 'Work in pairs, please'?
- Is 'again please' standard English?
- Correct any errors in this sentence:
"I'm Kit and I like to listening to music, but I'm not into clothes shopping."
- What does 'latest' mean?
- What word means the opposite of 'latest'?
- What's the difference between 'fizzy' and 'sparkling'?
- What's your happiest memory?
- Work_in pairs, please
- No! You should say "Sorry", "Excuse me", or "Pardon".
- I like
tolistening to music / I like to listen ingto music
- the most recent or newest
- They mean the same thing, but 'sparkling' is only used with water or wine.
- Your answers
Week 3 (Poomy)
1.what does 'incapacitate' mean?
2.why is linking so important for speaking
3.why is the essential questions important to ask people
4.what words means "somebody would be happier or more satisfied if they were in the particular position or did a particular thing"?
5.what would you be if you don't get asked by essential questions?
6.Pronunciation: how do you pronounce 'tourniquet'?Answers
1.to make somebody/something unable to live or work normally
2.linking is so important because most of native speakers use it while they are speaking English. you will easily and quickly understand to what they say if you use linking.
3.because essential questions make people to think wildly and differently following to their aspects about the questions
4. be better off
5.you will not have your own opinion about anything becaus
6./ˈtʊə.nɪ.keɪ/ or /ˈtɝː.nɪ.kɪt/
Week 4 (Benz, Mink, Fresh)
- What did the student get from accommodation office?
- What's the difference between /ə/ and /ɪ/?
- What word means "the language that a person has grown up speaking from early childhood"?
- How do you pronounce "lettuce"?
- Why we should pronounce correctly?
- If you can't use your tongue to pronounce the words clearly, what will you do?
- He got a map and bus requirements.
- /ə/ and /ɪ/
- mother tongue
- Pronouncing correctly can prevent the misunderstanding and also make us feel more confident when speaking English.
- Using teeth and lip to pronounce the similar sound instead or we may use our physical language as an additional explanation for the word.
Week 5 (Mild, Dream, Sup)
1. What does ‘Pulchritudinous’ mean?
2.What’s the difference between ‘A forced marriage’ and ‘An arranged marriage’?
3. What word means ‘you dislike that person or thing or you think that they are not very good’?
4. What will you do if your parents don’t like your partner?
5. What is the good point of reading both sides of ‘Love Story’?
6. How do you pronounce ‘woman’ and ‘women’?
1. A way to describe great physical beauty. For example ‘A person who is very beautiful would be described as pulchritudinous.’
2.A forced marriage: a marriage that happens without the agreement of one or either of the people getting married.
An arrange marriage : a marriage planned and agreed to by the families or guardians of the bride and groom
4. Talk to your parents and prove that both of you love each other very much.
5. You will get to know both sides of the story. And can get the point which one is right or wrong.
6. /ˈwʊm.ən/ and /ˈwɪm.ɪn/
Week 6 (Fai, Gloy)
- What's the difference between 'An extra syllable' and 'No extra syllable'?
- How do you pronounce 'needed' and 'rested'?
- Why is it important to pronounce '-ed' at the end of words in English?
- Have you ever given up on yourself and why?
- How do you improve your English listening skills?
- Do you think Thailand should have 'A hop-on, hop-off bus tour' and why do you think so?
- If verbs are an extra syllable, we will pronounce /dɪd/ or /tɪd/. If verbs are no extra syllable, we will pronounce /t/ or /d/.
- /ˈniː.dɪd/ and /ˈres.tɪd/
- Because pronounciation '-ed' can make you know that the events happened in the past or present.
- Your answer.
- You may start with listening English news, music, or radio everyday, watching English movies and do any activities by listening English as much as you can.
- Your answer.
Week 7 (Nampetch, Bell, Fanta)
- What does ‘brag about’ mean?
- How do you pronounce ‘cooked’ and ‘counted’?
- What word means ‘coverd with or full of fat or oil’?
- What’s the difference between starting a conversation with strangers and people you’re already known?
- When do you use the word ‘actually’ in a sentence?
- What would you do, if somebody try to mislead the conversation in the language that you already know?
- To talk proudly about someone or something.
- /kʊkt/ and /kaʊntɪd/
- - For strangers the topics will start with the weather, things you see around you, where you live etc. - For people you’re already known the topics will start with your problems, your health, your family etc.
- - To give new/surprising information. - To gently correct someone.
- - Disscuss with person who translated why you try to mislead the conversation. - Just ignore it.