English Speaking Practice (3 steps): Topic: Meet your Friends

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Are you looking to improve your English speaking skills in a fun and interactive way? Welcome to “Speak English Daily,” a video series designed to help learners like you enhance your speaking proficiency through daily topics and practical conversation exercises.

There are 3 steps in the video to help you practice speaking skills:

  • Step 1: Listening Conversation
  • Step 2: Listen and Repeat
  • Step 3: Practice with the Conversation

Let’s get started!

Carol: Hi Hank! Wow, it’s nice to see you again! I’ve been good, thanks. How about you?

Hank: I’ve been okay. School at Harvard has been busy, but I’m managing. How’s your school going?

Carol: It’s been hard, but I’m doing my best. The work is tough. What are you studying?

Hank: I’m learning about computers. It’s interesting to learn how they work and how to make programs. What about you?

New words and phrases 

  1. Busy: Having a lot of things to do or being occupied with various tasks.
    • Example: “School at Harvard has been busy, but I’m managing.”
  2. Managing: Handling or dealing with a situation, especially despite difficulties.
    • Example: “I’m managing to keep up with my studies despite the workload.”
  3. Psychology: The scientific study of the mind and behavior.
    • Example: “I’m studying psychology to understand human behavior better.”
  4. Active: Engaging in physical activity or participating actively in events or tasks.
    • Example: “You used to be really active in high school.”
  5. Exercise: Physical activity done to maintain or improve health and fitness.
    • Example: “I try to exercise between classes to stay healthy.”
  6. Following one’s dreams: Pursuing one’s goals or ambitions, especially in a career or personal endeavor.
    • Example: “They’re happy I’m following my dreams of studying at Harvard.”
  7. Catch up: To converse and exchange news or information with someone after a period of separation.
    • Example: “It’s been nice catching up, Hank.”
  8. Take care: An expression used to wish someone well or to express concern for their well-being.
    • Example: “Take care, and good luck with your studies!”
  9. Proud: Feeling pleased or satisfied with one’s achievements or the achievements of others.
    • Example: “They’re proud of me for going to Harvard.”

Other topics: 101 English Conversations

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