Conversational English, Listening, Reading, Speaking

Top places to visit!


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Hi Learners and Lovers,

I will start a series of posts about great places to visit and what to do!

Since I know the best way to learn English is to find content you take an interest in, I design classes which will not only help your English but inform you about real life topics.

Ok, place number one is FLORIDA!!! Besides going to Disney World, what other famous attractions can you find there?

Watch this video many times to practice your English!

Questions:

1 How do you pronounce MIAMI? 

2 What can you do at Universal Studios?

3 How far is the Devil’s Den Natural springs from Orlando?

4 What scary creature can you find in the Florida Everglades?

5 What is the `Florida Keys´?

Speaking

You’ll create a presentation about the 5 questions above. Take a moment to prepare and choose what you’re going to say.

EXTRA PRACTICE

In some of the old lessons, I spoke about the importance of finding content connected with class. Today I found a cool Will Smith song about Miami. The lyrics are below the video. Let´s try and sing along!

Miami

Uh, uh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, uh

Miami, uh, uh

South Beach, bringing the heat, uh

Haha, can y’all feel that

Can y’all feel that

Jig it out, uh

Here I am in the place where I come let go

Miami the bass and the sunset low

Everyday like a mardi gras, everybody party all day

No work all play, okay

So we sip a little something, lay to rest the spill

Me an Charlie at the bar runnin’ up a high bill

Nothin’ less than ill, when we dress to kill

Every time the ladies pass, they be like “hi Will”

Can y’all feel me, all ages and races

Real sweet faces

Every different nation, Spanish, Hatian, Indian, Jamaican

Black, White, Cuban, and Asian

I only came for two days of playing

But every time I come I always wind up stayin’

This the type of town I could spend a few days in

Miami the city that keeps the roof blazing’

Party in the city where the heat is on

All night, on the beach till the break of dawn

“Welcome to Miami”

“Bienvenidos a Miami”

Bouncin’ in the club where the heat is on

All night, on the beach till the break of dawn

I’m goin to Miami

I know it’ll take a lot of practice for you to be able to sing as fast as Will does, but it is not impossible. Learn this song and impress everyone!
It’s a great exercise for you.

Extra Practice 2

Weather Vocabulary Activities

I hope you’ve enjoyed this lesson! What is the next place you would like me to use next?

Until next time!

Teacher Leo

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