Here is an English lesson in about 10 minutes for those students who do not have a lot of free time.
0:53-1:11 I Catch a Possum
1:12-2:03 What Does Last Straw Mean in English?
2:04-2:17 What Does The Straw That Broke The Camel’s Back Mean in English?
2:18-2:54 What Does the Term, Breezy, Mean in English?
2:55-3:13 How Do You Use “What’s Popping?” in English?
3:14-4:18 What Does “Cutting Edge” Mean in English?
4:19-4:57 What Does “Rewire Your Brain” Mean in English?
4:58-6:02 How I Handle Students Who Give Me Trouble?
6:03- 6:53 A Story About Seeing A Deer in the Road
6:54-7:59 How To Make Deer, Moose, and Mouse Plural in English
8:00-10:05 The Best Way to Learn English Phrasal Verbs
i guess all right michelle says i’m lucky not sure why i’m lucky maybe the free laptop yes so it’s not mine but i get to use it as long as i’m teaching and every five years they give me an upgrade they give me the newest version they give me the version that is cutting edge cutting edge yeah daniel that’s a great question he says what do you think the best way to learn phrasal verbs is correct way to use prepositions they’re my nightmare so i do have some videos on this channel for phrasal verbs i have a whole playlist i probably could link that somewhere and prepositions i am making videos on prepositions so of course i would like you to watch them but i think the best way to do it and it’s a hard way and i mentioned in in the preposition video lots and lots of listening to native speakers who use those prepositions perfectly almost every time and in the video i talk about these live streams where i think i use the preposition correctly 99.9 percent of the time so yeah i i understand daniel so i would say lots and lots of listening if you like a tv series like the office i’ve been making videos watch a television series that you like maybe slow it down you can always slow it down on netflix you can always slow it down on youtube and just listen to native speakers using those prepositions correctly phrasal verbs there’s so many of them and it seems as if they pop up all the time i try not to use a lot of phrasal verbs but it’s just so much a part of our language and they
like i mentioned in the blow video phrasal verbs you can understand what blow means the wind is blowing yeah i get it okay blow out your candles but when you talk about something blowing up like a building blowing up there’s very little connection between the two maybe you have more than 10 minutes to study right there is a playlist with all of the 10 minute lessons thanks for watching see you next time