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Clase de la semana: Africa

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Hey Ally, this week we get talking about Africa.
Hey, wonderful, Brent English students, this week the lesson on our platform is Africa. Now why Africa? Well, I’m proudly African myself coming from beautiful South Africa, and I think it’s a great topic to speak about. Because after all, with the FastPass learning method, the more you speak, the better you become. So let’s get speaking, D Man What’s the vocabulary? And expressions this week. And more importantly, have you been to Africa?
  • Been there?! I lived there! I lived in Gabon in Senegal Guinea-Bissau…………………. in the Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo. In the undemocratic Republic of the Congo ……………….. in South Africa. Djibouti. I’ll tell you more about it in our lesson this week. Some of the vocabulary this week. We have adjectives like «Charming» which means to be attracted to something, and «Meander» Meander is the S shape that river. Makes as it flows towards the sea.
  • Hey, Tina. What’s in the grammar? And have you ever been to Africa? Hey, D Man Yes, I’ve been to Africa. To the north, to Morocco and Egypt. It was charming for sure! Grammar this week is Model Verbs They are very useful when you’re talking about Africa because you give Recommendations, Obligations and Suggestions. Hey, Ally, have you ever been to Africa?
  • Hey, Tina. Yes, I’ve been to Cape Town and (the) Serengeti. Truly amazing indeed. So check out our platform at www.brentschool.com Enjoy the lesson and see you in class.


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Comprensión auditiva: La prueba del mes, febrero

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test week! It’s Wednesday test week, so that means we review some of the questions we had for this month. Can you remember them? Before we begin, remember to like, share, subscribe as always for more wonderful FastPass method material. Are you ready? Ally! Remind them.

  • In week 1 we looked at…. this is perhaps the most famous Carnival City of all with exotic costumes and wonderful samba music. Can you guess it? Over to you, Tina!
  • It’s Test Week! In. Week 2 we looked at… the ancient Roman God of love who has wings a Bow and Arrow. Who is it? Over to you D Man.
  • In week 3 we looked at «money» and a currency that Brent knows all about, which is called the Rand. What country is it? I think Brent still likes this question.
  • Thanks again, D Man. Well, there you have it. Send us back your answers so that we can correct them. Good luck and good tests.

 

La prueba del mes: febrero

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Yes, it is test week.
  • It’s test week and this month we had some fabulous lessons. Can you remember them? Don’t worry, your teachers will help you.
  • In week 1 it was «Carnival» We looked at some vocabulary like «Costume» and the grammar was Prepositions of place «In «at» «on» Can you remember it?
  • In week 2 we looked at the «Week of Love» and the Grammar was verbs ending in ING. Can you remember it?
  • In week 3 we learned about «Money» and the grammar was Comparative and Superlative Adjectives. Can you remember them?
  • Well, there you have it. Do the test. Get the certificate. You deserve it. Good luck!. Good luck! Good luck! Good luck!


Comprensión auditiva – El dinero

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This week, as our lesson is about «Money» using the clues given to you by the teachers, can you guess these currencies from these countries around the world? Before we begin, remember to like, share and subscribe more wonderful FastPass method material. Are you ready? Ally, get us started.
  • Thanks Brent. This currency is called the «Real» and it comes from a music loving football mad country. Can you guess it? Over to you, Tina?
  • Thanks, Ally From the land of The Rising Sun, we have the «Yen» Which country is it? Over to you D man.
  • Thanks, Tina. I’m from Brent’s country. There is a currency called the «Rand» What country is it? I think you like that question, don’t you, Brent?
  • Yes. I hope they get yours right. Well, there you have it. Send us back your answers so that we can correct them. Good luck.

 

Comparativos y superlativos en inglés: el dinero

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Wonderful students, it’s time to learn about MONEY! This week we dive into the world of «money» It’s a really important topic to learn about. What do you think, D Man?
  • That’s right, And as our objective this year is to improve our students in every aspect, learning about this important topic will help you speak better. And that is what the FastPass method is all about.
  • Did you know that the Lydians in 7th century BC created the first metal coins?
  • Wow Tina, that’s amazing. Some of the vocabulary in our platform this week is «mortgage» «withdraw» or some expressions like «to cost an arm and leg» or «Penny wise Pound Foolish»
  • Grammar this week is about comparative and superlative adjectives. They are really important when you are speaking.
  • So remember to check out our platform at brentschool.com where you’ll find loads more of wonderful content that we have created just for you.
  • That’s right, D Man. So enjoy the lesson this week and see you in class.

Comprensión auditiva – El Día de San Valentín

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This week as it’s the «Week of Love» Using the clues given to you by the teachers, can you guess these words associated with Valentine’s Day?
Before we begin, remember to like, share, and subscribe more wonderful FastPass method material.
  • Are you ready, Ally? Get us started.This is the perfect flower and it is associated with this lovely celebration of love. What is it? Over to you, Tina.
  • This is the ancient Roman God of love who carried a bow and arrow. Who is it? Over to you, D Man.
  • Thanks, Tina. Giving this dairy product as a gift on Valentine’s Day is an absolute treat, especially if you have a sweet tooth. What is it? Over to you, Brent.
  • Thanks, D Man. Well, there you have it. Remember to send us back your answers so that we can check them. Good luck. Good Love!

    El Día de San Valentín – ‘The Week of Love’

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    OK Ally, tell everyone about what’s in this week’s lesson. Tina, give me something! Oh well, this is the week of love.
    • Hey guys, this week is the week of love, and as you can see, the teachers are all busy. In this lesson we have wonderful vocabulary, like the verb a «hug» or the noun a «crush», which means to be infatuated with someone.
    • We have wonderful expressions too, like to be «lovey dovey», which means to be affectionate with someone or to be «head over heels» In love with someone, which means you can’t stop thinking about them.
    • Grammar this week is about verbs in the ING form, which we use after prepositions or after verbs, or as subjects or objects of sentence. There’s a lot more to check out on our platform, so be very lovely and check it out.
    Have a good lesson and see you in class.

    Comprensión auditiva – Carnival.

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    I mean listening. This week as we are celebrating Carnival using the clues, can you guess these three famous carnival cities? Before we begin, remember to like, share and subscribe for more wonderful FastPass method material. Ally, get us started.
    • Thanks, Brent! This is perhaps the most famous carnival city of all, with exotic costumes and wonderful samba music. Can you guess it? Over to you. Tina.
    • Thanks, Ally. This city has an equally famous carnival where people wear masks. Which city is it? Over to you, D Man!
    • Thanks, Tina! Which carnival is it? Over to you, Brent
    • Thanks, D Man, that is a tricky one. Well, there you have it. Remember to send your answers back to us so we can escape. I mean, correct them. Good luck. See you in prison.

     

    Preposiciones de lugar en inglés – Carnival Time

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    this week’s lesson?
    Ally this week! It’s a «Carnival» Atmosphere. Hey wonderful Brent English students, we are getting ready for Carnival. Carnival is celebrated by many countries around the world in preparation for Lent. And here in the northwest of Spain we celebrate by getting dressed up in our lesson and on our platform. We have some amazing content for you. D Man! Tell us what we can expect.
    • Hi guys, This week’s lesson is going to be surprising. We have some great words like «Fancy» It’s an adjective that means extravagant, which people will be. This carnival. Then we have expressions like «Paint the town Red», which means to be wild. Tina, what’s the grammar this week?
    • Hi guys. This week we are looking at prepositions of place «In-At-On» They sound Simple enough, but they are difficult indeed. We use «In» to represent being surrounded by something. For example, being «in» a city because you are surrounded by the city. Or being «in» a room because you are surrounded by walls. We use «at» for a particular place. For example @ home, @ school, we use «On» for something we have contact with. For example, the handcuffs are «on» my wrist.
    • Guys, remember to check out our platform at brentschool.com It’s «captivating» Ally, you got your fancy dress too?
    • Of course I do, enjoy the lesson and see you in class or in prison.

     

    Comprensión auditiva. prueba del mes. enero

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    can you remember you answers?

    Can you remember the questions that were given to you by the teachers? Ally, get us started again.

    • We looked at this year. I want to and I am going to the gym at least 4 times a week. What’s my New Year’s resolution? Over to you, Tina.
    • In week 2 we looked at doing yoga in Bryant Park, visiting the Rockefeller Building and eating a bagel. This is what this city is famous for. Can you remember it? Which city is it? Over to you D Man.
    • In week 3, We looked at Speak Art where I asked you about a living artist who makes priceless graffiti. Do you remember who it was over to You, Brent!
    • Thanks D Man I’m sure they remember. Send us back your answers. Get your points, get your Merch Good luck.

     

    week.
    It’s test week, that time of the month where we check your progress. We had some fantastic fabulous lesson this month, but can you remember them all? Don’t worry, your teachers will help you remember them.
    • In week 1 We looked at «New Year, New You» and the grammar was «False Friends», can you remember?
    • In week 2 we looked at «A round the world in seven ways»and Grammar was «Confusing words» like See Look and Watch» Can you remember it?
    • And in week 3 we looked at «Speak Art» where we looked at those tricky, irregular verbs in past tense. Can you remember them?
    • Well, Do the test, Get the certificate. You deserve it. Good luck. Good luck. Good luck. Good luck.

     

    La prueba del mes: Enero

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    week.
    It’s test week, that time of the month where we check your progress. We had some fantastic fabulous lesson this month, but can you remember them all? Don’t worry, your teachers will help you remember them.
    • In week 1 We looked at «New Year, New You» and the grammar was «False Friends», can you remember?
    • In week 2 we looked at «A round the world in seven ways»and Grammar was «Confusing words» like See Look and Watch» Can you remember it?
    • And in week 3 we looked at «Speak Art» where we looked at those tricky, irregular verbs in past tense. Can you remember them?
    • Well, Do the test, Get the certificate. You deserve it. Good luck. Good luck. Good luck. Good luck.

     

    Comprensión auditiva. Adivina el artista.

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    «Speaking Art” this week as our lesson is about art, using the clues given to you by the teachers. Can you guess these three famous artists? Before we begin, remember to like, share, and subscribe, for more wonderful FASTPASS method material. Are you ready,Ally? Get us started.
    • Thanks Brent! This uber famous artist painted the roof of the Sistine Chapel Who was it? Over to you, Tina.
    • Thanks,Ally! This Dutch artist famously cut off his ear. Who was it? Over to you D Man. Thanks, Tina
    • This artist is very famous, but completely unknown. You could say that his art is priceless. Graffiti, who is it over? It’s you, Brent.
    • Thanks D Man! Well, there you have it. Do you think you have them all 3? Send us back your answers so that we can correct them. Get your points, get your merch. Good luck.

    Verbos irregulares – Speak Art

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    Comprensión auditiva – Ciudades del mundo.

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    travelling around the world. This listening is about travelling around the world and guessing the cities, so using the clues from the teachers. Can you guess the city? Before we begin, remember to like, share and subscribe for more wonderful, FASTPASS method material. Are you ready? Ally! Over to you.

    • Thanks, Brent. This city is hosting the Olympic games this year. What city is it? Over to you, Tina.
    • Thanks Ally! Doing yoga in Bryant’s Park, visiting the Rockefeller building and eating a Bagel, this is what this city is famous for. What city is it? Over to your D Man!
    • Thanks, Tina. As I’m from Scotland, I’m gonna ask you about this famous city with a castle overlooking Prince’s street. What City, is it over to you, Brent?
    • Thanks, D Man We’ll get you have it. Do you think you have them all 3? Send us back your answers so that we can check and correct them if it’s correct. You get your points, you get your merch. Good luck.

    Around the world in 7 ways

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    back to another thrilling video where we give you a sneak peek into what you are going to find in this week’s lesson.
    • This week is all about the exciting theme of “Around the world in 7 ways”.
    • Get ready to pack your bags for an English adventure. We have some amazing stuff lined up for you.
    • new vocabulary that will teleport you to new corners of the Globe.
    • New vocabulary like “Sightseeing”, where you are able to discover new places around the world
    • And new words like “Wanderlust” that burning desire to explore and travel. It’s like having a passport for your soul.
    • Hold on tight because we’re tackling some tricky grammar this week.
    • Let’s clarify the distinction between, “Look, Watch, and See” We “Look” at something that is still, for example, look at a picture. We “Watch” something that is moving, for example, watch football, and we “See” means we observe what’s around us. What can you see around you?
    • And remember, while you are soaking in all these new vocabulary and expressions, remember to check out our platform where you can find so much more that we have created for you.
    • We’ve Got extra tips and exercises and tons of cool stuff waiting for you there. So enjoy the lesson and see you in class.

    Comprensión auditiva – propósitos de año nuevo.

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    you ready?

    New Year, New You we are talking about New Year’s resolutions you know the promises that you have made to yourself so that you are a better version of you. Listening to the teachers can you guess what their New Year’s resolutions are? Before we begin remember to like share and subscribe for more wonderful fast pass method content. Are you ready? Ali over to you

    • want to visit the gym at least four times a week what’s my resolution over to you Tina
    • thanks Ali I want to be able to read music and strum on this musical instrument what is my New Year’s resolution over to  you
    • thanks Tina this year I want to well let me show you what’s my New Year’s resolution? Vver to you Brent
    • thanks d man well there you have it remember send us back your answers get your points get your merch. Gluck

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