Archive for the ‘Speaking’ Category

What Can You See?

TweetThis post is for our What Say You speaking practice and at the same time in What’s in the Picture writing practice.  What can you see in this optical illusion image? Let’s practice your speaking skill and/or writing skill by giving description on what you see in the image. Ready?  Do you see a young […]

What Say You? If You Bumped Your Car

TweetHere’s our next “What Say You?” speaking (or writing?) exercise. All you need to do is record your answer to the question. There is no right or wrong answer here, so feel free to express yourself. Let’s start, here’s the question:  If you bumped your car into another car, but nobody saw you do it, […]

What Say You? If I won in a Lottery

TweetFor our speaking exercises, let’s start with “What Say You?“. This question, though sound incorrect but not, is usually asked to demand an answer. So, for this speaking exercise, all you need to do is record your answer to the question. There is no right or wrong answer here, so feel free to express yourself. […]

What’s In the Picture? In Israel

TweetFor our second What’s In the Picture exercise, let’s have this picture: Just like in the first What’s In the Picture exercise, you just need to write or say several sentences describing the picture above. To write, use the comment box; to record your voice, go to the comment section below this post and click […]

What’s In the Picture?

TweetI like using pictures to fiddle one’s imagination and at the same time, improve his English. Most of my lessons have picture description drills and I am always amazed on the variety of interpretations my students would give me. Some give serious take and others in humorous way. So, I decided to also entice my […]