Writing: For writing, first start by reviewing some of the vocabulary in this article about different features, then write a real estate property description either about the home where you currently live, or about your ideal home.
Today was our last day of group class! First off, I want to thank you for participating in this year's conversation groups, especially for your patience and continued support through the COVID crisis.
As always, your feedback is always helpful in improving my classes, so it would be great if you could fill out the online evaluation.
Next year's classes startOctober 1st. The specific conditions and protocols will be defined as the date gets closer, but I am crossing my fingers we can see each other in person again! If you would like to reserve a space for next year, please do so in the online pre-registration form.
If you are interested in keeping up your English over the summer months, get in touch. I am offering individual classes in person, online, and by telephone, available in 1 hour or 30 minute sessions.
That's all for now, folks. Thank you so much for participating this year and hope to see you all soon! Stay safe and have fun! Best, Kelly
Writing: For writing, you have two options this week. You could write an opinion article about whether or not you believe a college education is a good investment. Or, you could write a text describing the ideal college experience, considering academics, campus life, etc.
For original version, try the podcast episode from NYTimes entitled, Space Travel, Privatized. Or, for something a little more paranormal, Otherworldy. Reading: Learners should check out a story from VOA English about NASA's search for people to study isolation.
For original version, choose one of the many articles over at Longreads about Space.
Writing: For writing, you have two options this week. You could write an article about space travel (how humans have made important advances, should we invest in it, what is the future of it), or write a story about UFOs or aliens.