One of my students is always late to class. What should I do? Learn different ways to give advice with this #AmericanEnglish graphic!
What's the best thing to do after you get a cut? Admin puts a Band-Aid on the cut. (A Band-Aid is a small bandage.) What do you do? #AmericanEnglish #vocabulary
Have you been learning our daily "illness" vocabulary? Try this short quiz to test your understanding! We'll post the answers tomorrow. #AmericanEnglish #vocabulary
I have a problem. What should I do? Learn other ways to ask for advice with this #AmericanEnglish graphic! And check out the video we posted earlier today to review giving advice in English.
Are you good at giving advice to your friends and family? Learn more about giving advice in English with this #AmericanEnglish #video!
When you get a splinter, what do you do? Does it make a difference if the splinter is wood or glass? #AmericanEnglish #vocabulary
How do you respond to the question such as, "May I sit here?" Learn different ways to give or refuse permission with this #AmericanEnglish graphic!
Sorry for the typo on this graphic that we posted earlier in the week! Here's the corrected version!
What is one of the most popular sports in the U.S.? Baseball! Learn new vocabulary while learning about baseball with this VOA Learning English lesson. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Lesson 33: Learning America's Sport

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I have a bruise. What can I do to help it heal faster? #AmericanEnglish #vocabulary
How do you ask for permission? Learn different ways with this #AmericanEnglish graphic! And check out our videos about asking for permission. You can find these and other videos about modal verbs on our YouTube channel here > [ Bit.ly Link ]
Let's go to New York! In this video, we visit the Statue of Liberty and a museum. You will learn how to ask for permission using the modal verb "could" and how to respond correctly. Have you been to New York? Do you want to go? #AmericanEnglish #ModalVerbs #video
“What are you doing for others?” Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day . “What are you doing for others?” Martin Luther King Jr. was a minister and activist who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. Learn more about this day on the #AmericanEnglish website here > [ Bit.ly Link ].
Have you ever been stung by a bee? Today's #AmericanEnglish word-of-the-day: sting.
"Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education." Today (January 16) is Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the U.S. was a minister and activist who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. Do you agree with Martin Luther King Jr. Do you think the goal of education is intelligence and character? #AmericanEnglish #MLKday
Are you interested in a career in journalism? Do you want to improve your English? Sign up for our free "English for Journalism" MOOC. (A MOOC is a massive open online course.) Learn more and register here > [ Coursera.org Link ]. The next facilitated course starts February 20.
Have you ever sprained your ankle? To sprain means to hurt a joint (wrist, ankle, etc.) by twisting it in a sudden and painful way. What do you do when you sprain an ankle? #AmericanEnglish #vocabulary
When was the last time you had the flu, chills, or a backache? Review the #AmericanEnglish illness vocabulary from last week with this graphic!
“I have a dream..." Tomorrow (January 16) is Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the U.S. Watch this video to hear Martin Luther King Jr. give part of the "I have a dream" speech. #MLKday
What's an interjection? An interjection is a spoken word, phrase, or sound that expresses sudden or strong feeling. Some examples are: aw, man, oops, shh, & woo-hoo! Learn the meanings of these interjections in this VOA Learning English lesson. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Lesson 32: Welcome to the Treehouse!

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