Ideas about the past
Welcome and course preview
Regrets, wishes and assumptions about the past
Expressing past intentions
Roleplay: Get to express change
"Ever" with superlatives
Listening and writing activity
Interactive Quiz 1
Words that are often confused
"Despite" and "in spite of"
"Though" and "although"
"So" and "neither"
Roleplay: Neither ... nor
Roleplay: Polite requests
Interactive Quiz 2
Ideas about the future
Intentions, plans and preferences for the future
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The other day I realized something. The more I studied, the more I forgot things. That was very unusual, so I looked for help.
I googled this and I found the craziest stories I’ve ever read in life. We are supposed to be smarter and smarter every day, right? But, what was happening to me?
I was a bit worried, so I went to the doctor. He said that I needed to focus my attention on one thing at a time, so, in conclusion: the more I study, the more concentrated I have to be.
Meditation has also helped me with my concentration. It is actually the most relaxing thing I’ve ever done in my life, and even though things are getting more and more challenging every day at school, I feel a lot better now.
Contribución creada con aportes de: Kevin Fiorentino.