In this episode we will be discussing a short true story by using the different perspectives method. This is the same method that is used to conclude each chapter of the complete courses.
Part 1 – Past tense
Part 2 – Present tense
Part 3 – Future tense
Instructions: I will tell a short true story 3 times. First, I will tell the story in past tense, then I will repeat the same story in the present tense. Finally, I will tell the story again in future tense. As always, I recommend that you just relax and try to paint a picture of the story in your mind, while you try to notice the differences in each tense.
In this episode we will be discussing the following:
Part 1 - Short true story
Part 2 – Questions and answers
Hi everyone, my name is David, and it is my goal to help you learn English faster. I hope that you all enjoyed the chapter 1 preview of the low-intermediate course. Again, if it was challenging for you, it is the correct level of difficulty because it should challenge you. If it was too easy, you are ready for the advanced-intermediate course. If you missed it, do not worry you can download chapter one from either course for free on the LearningEnglishFaster.com products page.
In this episode, we will be concluding the preview of the low-intermediate conversational English audio course called The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. This lesson will be a little different. I will tell part of the main story from 3 different perspectives: present, past, and future. As always, I recommend that you just relax and enjoy the story as you paint a picture of what is happening in your mind. Additionally, try to notice the subtle differences that change the story from one perspective to another.
In this episode we will be going over lesson 1 from the low-intermediate conversational English audio course called, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. It is strongly recommended to read through the lesson and look up any words that you do not know before listening to the lesson. Then, it is recommended to listen to the lesson as many times as it takes for you to understand most of it. When I was learning Spanish, it was not unusual for me to listen to my lessons 30 to 60 times over one to three weeks, before moving on.