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Hello Ms. Lilian! Well for todays class, you were really so confident.

You really did your best to express well yourself.


Most importantly, you tried your best to let me understand well your stories. Wow, its really a cool class. I really
love it a lot. Just continue to be more expressive and please learn more vocabulary as preparation for more
advanced topics in the future.
word 1. license NOUN /lsns/ (DOCUMENT)
[C] an official document that gives you permission to own, do, or use something:
a fishing/export/drivers license
word 2. influence VERB /nfluns/ /nflu-/ to cause someone to change a behavior, belief, or opinion, or to cause
something to be changed:
Businesses make large contributions to members of Congress, hoping to influence their votes on key issues.
She was influenced by the common-sense views of her grandparents.
That speech influenced the course of American history.
word 3. overtime NOUN /ovrtm/ time worked in addition to your usual job hours:
Approval must be granted for overtime before the work has been performed.
word 4. agony NOUN /ni/ extreme physical or mental pain or suffering, or a period of such suffering:
[U] They put her on painkillers, but they didnt do enough, and she was in agony.
word 5. sacred ADJECTIVE /sekrd/ holy and deserving respect:
sacred writings/music
fig. Art was sacred to her (= extremely important and deserving respect).
word 6. polygamous ADJECTIVE being married to more than one person at the same time
word 7. possession NOUN /pzen/ something that you own, or the condition of owning something:
[U] She couldnt take possession of the house until the current occupants moved out.
[C] Meanwhile, all her possessions were in storage.
Pronunciation Corrections
1. cruel /krul/
2. studious /studis/
3. right /rt/
Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: I stay at home the whole day yesterday. (past tense)
correct: I STAYED at home the whole day yesterday.
2. incorrect: They AFFECTED me.
correct: They INFLUENCED me.
3. incorrect: Where is daddy go?
correct: Where DID daddy go?
4. incorrect: Some COMPANY will help them to release their album.
correct: Some COMPANIES will help them to release their album.
5. incorrect: The boy IS belong to his family.
correct: The boy BELONGS to his family.

Hello sir! Well for todays class, you were more expressive. You always ensure that you are using appropriate words
in expressing your answers. Also, you always show me how you try your best to be very consistent with your
grammar. Its really great! For improvement, just continue to expose yourself with the language and continue to
learn more vocabulary. Youre doing great sir, keep it up!
word 1. destination NOUN /destnen/ the place where someone is going or where something is being sent or
taken:
The Virgin Islands are a popular tourist destination.
word 2. culture NOUN /kltr/ (WAY OF LIFE)
social studies [C/U] the way of life of a particular people, esp. as shown in their ordinary behavior and habits, their
attitudes toward each other, and their moral and religious beliefs:
[U] He studied the culture of the Sioux Indians.
(ARTS)
[U] the arts of describing, showing, or performing that represent the traditions or the way of life of a particular
people or group; literature, art, music, dance, theater, etc.
(ARTIFICIAL GROWTH)
biology [C] the growing of a group of microorganisms (= very small organisms) or other cells in an artificial
environment for scientific purposes, or a group of organisms so grown
word 3. hospitable ADJECTIVE /hspt bl, hsptbl/ friendly and welcoming to guests or visitors:
a hospitable host
She retired to a more hospitable climate (= a more comfortable place).
word 4. conservative ADJECTIVE /knsrvtv/ (SOCIAL)

tending to emphasize the importance of preserving traditional cultural and religious values, and to oppose change,
esp. sudden change
If you are conservative in your appearance, you wear clothes in traditional colors and styles:
He wore a conservative business suit for his interview.
word 5. ancestor NOUN /nsestr, -ss-/ any member of your family from long ago, for example, the grandparents
of your grandparents:
He returned to Ecuador, where his mothers ancestors lived.
word 6. tribe NOUN /trb/ a group of people, often of related families, who live in the same area and share the
same language, culture, and history:
She has studied Native American tribes from Mexico to Maine.
word 7. isolated ADJECTIVE /sletd/ being separated from other things, or to keep something separate: Only a
few isolated cases of measles have been reported.
word 8. talkative ADJECTIVE /tktv/ talking a lot:
Cynthia is lively and talkative.
Pronunciation Corrections
1. feature /fitr/
2. anime /n..me/ /n..m/
3. destination /destnen/
Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: There are many country come to China in 19th century.
correct: There WERE many COUNTRIES that came to China in 19th century.
2. incorrect: I think Japanese are politeness.
correct: I think Japanese are polite.
3. incorrect: He born in 1924.
correct: He WAS born in 1924.
Hello Frank! You are always very vocal to your opinions and ideas. I dont have any problem on how you clearly
express yourself but I would encourage you to practice talking about a specific topic as a preparation for your IELTS
exam especially the SPEAKING TEST PART 2. In this exam, you really need to have a well-organized response so
please keep trying to be more expressive to some topics that is related to your family, hometown and etc. I know
youre good but improve more on how you can precisely express yourself in 2 minutes.
word 1. remote ADJECTIVE /rmot/ far away in distance, time, or relation; not close:
Ben grew up in a remote part of Montana.
It happened in the remote past.
There is a remote possibility (= slight chance) that we wont be able to make the trip.
Someone whose behavior is remote is not friendly or interested in others.
word 2. construction NOUN /knstrkn/ [U] the act or result of putting different things together:
A new hotel is now under construction (= being built).
[C] fml your understanding of the meaning of something in a particular way:
The construction you are putting on my clients statement is unfair.
word 3. prosper VERB /prspr/ to be successful, esp. financially:
As the company prospered, we prospered.
word 4. pharmacy NOUN /frmsi/ a store or a part of a store where medicines are prepared and sold
Pronunciation Corrections
1. era /r, er/
2. fake /fek/
3. fluctuate /flktuet/
4. strategy /strtdi/
5. species /spiiz, -siz/
Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: The younger people PREFERS to go to the cinema.
correct: The younger people PREFER to go to the cinema.
2. incorrect: Older people don't like it because it's noise.
correct: Older people don't like it because it's noisy.
3. incorrect: He is success.
correct: He is successful.

Hello Aeris! For todays class, you were more confident and more expressive. I really believe that your exposure to
various speaking activities everyday will help you develop faster your speaking skill. Speaking more in our class will
let you apply all the vocabulary that you know and you will be able to apply also the grammar rules that you
learned on your previous classes. I really hope that you will continue with this kind of exposure.
word 1. celebration NOUN /selbren/ an important occasion by taking part in an activity that makes it special: a
Fourth of July celebration
word 2. roast NOUN /rost/ a large piece of meat cooked in an oven :
a beef roast
A roast is also an outside event at which food is cooked over a fire:
a lobster roast
word 3. appetizer NOUN /ptzr/ a small amount of food eaten before a meal or as the first part of it
Pronunciation Corrections
1. continental /kntnentl, -tnen-/
2. wedding /wed/
3. baked /bekt/
4. tasty /testi/
5. excellent /ekslnt/
6. anniversary /nvrsri/
7. explain /ksplen/
8. law /l/
Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: The special occasion is celebration of their anniversary.
correct: The special occasion is THE celebration of their anniversary.
2. incorrect: Sherman ATE a glass of tomato juice.
correct: Sherman DRANK a glass of tomato juice.
3. incorrect: They ALWAYS BOUGHT a chicken or a duck.
correct: They ALWAYS BUY a chicken or a duck.
4. incorrect: I WILL BOUGHT a loaf of white bread.
correct: I WILL BUY a loaf of white bread.

Hello Ivy! Well for tonight's class, you were very expressive as always. You responded to my questions so well and
you always take the initiative to give some more details to your answers. You are very confident and very
interactive and I really like this side of you. This is one of the main reasons why you easily improved on your
speaking. Thank you really for doing it so great. Just continue for the good things you've started.
word 1. grade NOUN /red/ a measure of the quality of a students performance, usually represented by the letters
A (the best) through F (the worst):
She always gets good grades.
word 2. assign VERB /sn/ to give to someone a job or responsibility, or to decide on a person for a particular job
or responsibility:
We assigned Alberto the task of watching the children.
Someone who is assigned to a place is sent there to do a job:
Judith was assigned to the office in Washington, D.C.
If you assign things to people, you give them out in an organized way:

Were assigning seats on a first-come, first-serve basis.


word 3. delegate VERB /delet/ (GIVE)
[I/T] to give a job or responsibility to someone in a lower position instead of doing it yourself:
[T] Personnel matters made him uncomfortable, and he increasingly delegated them to others.
Pronunciation Corrections
1. leadership /lidrp/
2. represent /reprzent/
3. delegate /delet/
Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: There are some people are collaborate with others.
correct: There are some people WHO CAN collaborate with others.
2. incorrect: It contains eight members.
correct: It is composed of eight members.
3. incorrect: Whenever the teacher GIVE us the chance to talk, I just don't know how to do it.
correct: Whenever the teacher GIVES us the chance to talk, I just don't know how to do it.

Hello Pitbull!
word 1. doubtful ADJECTIVE /dtfl/ uncertain or unlikely:
[+ (that) clause] It was doubtful (that) the money would ever be found.
She gave me a long, doubtful look (= look full of doubt) and told me to wait.
word 2. distinct ADJECTIVE /dstkt/ (DIFFERENT)
clearly separate and different:
The two languages are quite distinct from each other.
The dogs are of distinct breeds.
word 3. ancient ADJECTIVE /ennt/ of or from a very long time ago:
Archaeologists study the remains of ancient civilizations.
infml Something that is ancient is very old:
This computer is ancient Ive got to get a new one.
Pronunciation Corrections
1. cake /kek/
2. helped /helpt/
3. custom /kstm/
4. professor /prfesr/
5. failed /feld/
Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: It's my student's birthday party.
correct: It's my CLASSMATE'S birthday party.
2. incorrect: I usually celebrate my birthday IN my home.
correct: I usually celebrate my birthday AT my home.
3. incorrect: That all HAPPENS on my birthday.
correct: That all HAPPEN on my birthday.
4. incorrect: These are BROUGHT in small stores.
correct: These are SOLD in small stores.

Hello Ms. Aling! As an English learner, I know your skill in learning the English Language is really impressive. You
never failed to learn our lessons easily and though you still lack some words that would describe your ideas I hope
that you wont consider it as a problem to stop yourself from talking confidently about your views to any kind of
topics. I will always try to encourage you to expose more yourself to various speaking activities for you to be more
confident on how you express yourself. Just continue to improve your vocabulary so that we can talk more in the
future.
word 1. ceiling NOUN /sil/ the upper surface of a room that you see when you look above you:
The kitchen ceiling needs painting.
A ceiling is also an upper limit put on something that varies:
There is a 10% ceiling on rent increases.
word 2. article NOUN /rtkl/ (SMALL WORD) grammar any of the English words "a," "an," and "the," or words in
other languages that are used in a similar way as these
word 3. flight NOUN
Pronunciation Corrections
1. at /t, t/
2. time /tm/
3. during /dr/
4. country /kntri/
5. behind /bhnd/
6. clouds /kldz/
Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: I live IN Oxford Street during my stay IN the City of Westminster.
correct: I live ON Oxford Street during my stay IN the City of Westminster.
2. incorrect: My house is IN the Tongshi Street.
correct: My house is ON the Tongshi Street.
3. incorrect: There are SOME BOOKSHELVE in front of the office.
correct: There are SOME BOOKSHELVES in front of the office.
4. incorrect: The Woodbridge over the river.
correct: There is a Woodbridge over the river.

Hello Owen! For todays class, you were really trying your best to be more consistent on your grammar and on your
pronunciation. Moreover, you are no longer using some technical words when you express yourself. You talk more
casual now and I really better understand everything that you say in the class now. I hope that everything will be
improved smoothly.
word 1. vegan NOUN /vi.n/ a person who does not eat or use any animal products, such as meat, fish, eggs,
cheese, or leather:
Vegans get all the protein they need from nuts, seeds, and cereals.
word 2. mayonnaise NOUN /menez/ a thick, creamy, cold sauce that is added to foods and is made from oil,
vinegar, and the yellow part of eggs
word 3. appetizer NOUN /ptzr/ a small amount of food eaten before a meal or as the first part of it
word 4. postpone VERB /postpon/ to delay an event or arrange for it to take place at a later time:
The trip has been postponed twice.
Pronunciation Corrections
1. fur /fr/
2. leather /ler/
3. mayonnaise /menez/
Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: I don't know WHAT she is now.
correct: I don't know WHO she is now.
2. incorrect: I just treat me some good food.
correct: I just treat MYSELF with some good food.
3. incorrect: I HAVE SEND five papers through e-mail.
correct: I HAVE SENT five papers through e-mail.
4. incorrect: He always REVIEW all my papers.
correct: He always REVIEWS all my papers.
5. incorrect: It CHARGE an expensive service fee.
correct: It CHARGES an expensive service fee.

Hello Gewen! I'm really glad to have you in my class for the first time. You were very confident and very interactive
in our first class. You also initiated a lot of questions during our class and I really like it much. This is actually one of
the best ways for you to improve faster on your speaking skill. Anyway, You rarely commit grammatical mistakes
and your pronunciation is already good you just need to learn how to pronounce some more basic words. Lastly,
please practice more and expose more yourself to various speaking activities to at least develop your speed of
speaking into a little faster.
word 1. childhood NOUN /tldhd/ the time when a person is a child:
[C] She spent most of her childhood on a farm in Texas.
word 2. pond NOUN /pnd/ a still area of water smaller than a lake, often artificially made
word 3. boating NOUN /bot/ the activity of traveling in a boat, esp. as a hobby or for pleasure:
Lake of the Ozarks is a popular boating and fishing mecca for Midwesterners.
word 4. lake NOUN /lek/ a large area of water that is not salty and is surrounded by land:
Lake Michigan

word 5. around PREPOSITION /rnd/ in a position or direction surrounding, along the outside of, or from one part
of to another:
We sat around the table.
Go around to the back of the house and come in through the kitchen.
We drove around town for a while, looking for a place to park.
She turned around (= so that she was facing in the opposite direction) and waved goodbye.
fig. He built his story around the theme of spiritual loneliness.
Pronunciation Corrections
1. future /fjutr/
2. months /mns/
3. ducks /dks/
4. flour /flr/
Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: I like my school in the hometown.
correct: I like my school in MY hometown.
2. incorrect: Watch movies.
correct: I watch movies.
3. incorrect: It HAVE many people.
correct: It HAS many people.
4. incorrect: In my childhood, my grandpa OFTEN TOOK me to the park TO PLAY and TO TAKE some photos.
correct: In my childhood, my grandpa OFTEN TAKES me to the park TO PLAY and TO TAKE some photos.
5. incorrect: They MAKES me happy.
correct: They MAKE me happy.

Hello Jenny! I'm glad to have you in my class for the first time. As to your performance tonight, you really talked
spontaneously. You actually gave details to your responses but just be very careful on the content. You must ensure
that you should always give reasonable arguments on your responses. I think this is the part that you should always
be consistent with. I don't have any problem when it comes to your pronunciation and the way you express yourself
so I suggest the only thing that you have to improve on is the consistency of your grammar and the way you give
stronger reasons for your preferred answers.
word 1. saute VERB /ste/ to fry food in a little oil or fat, usually until it is brown
word 2. awful ADJECTIVE /fl/ very bad, unpleasant, or of low quality:
The weather was awful the whole time cold and wet.
Fox TV has canceled the truly awful sitcom "Monty" after a short tryout.
Awful also means very great or large:
We're spending an awful amount of money!
word 3. shape NOUN /ep/ (APPEARANCE)
[C/U] the particular way something looks as a whole:
[U] Our table is oval in shape.
[C] The birthday cake for Luis was in the shape of a heart.
[U] These old sweatpants are all stretched out of shape (= changed from their original form).
word 4. potato NOUN /pteto, -t / a white vegetable with a brown or reddish skin which grows underground and is
used for food, or the plant on which this grows:
[C] a baked potato
[U] mashed potato
word 5. bitter ADJECTIVE /btr/ (TASTE)
having a slightly stinging, strong taste, not salty or sweet:
The coffee was bitter.
Pronunciation Corrections
1. vegetable /vedtbl, vedt -/
2. tomato /tmeto/
3. fruit /frut/

Grammatical Corrections
1. incorrect: I know but I didn't well.
correct: I cannot cook well.
2. incorrect: My family LIKE it.
correct: My family LIKES it.