20 October WEDNESDAY


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A monosyllabic word has just one syllable. And while plenty of monosyllabic words exist, the longest ones all happen to start with the letter “s” according to Guinness World Records. At 10 letters, “scraunched” and “strengthed” are the longest monosyllabic words in the English language. “Screeched,” “scrounged,” “squelched,” “straights,” and “strengths” come in second place with nine letters each.

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I CAN’T SPEAK, I CAN SPEAK, I CAN SPEAK FLUENTLY: How do you study English? What do you do to learn new words? Do you know any interesting words, phrases or idioms?


LEARN

The Japanese proverb is “Nana korobi, ya oki” which means “Fall down seven times, stand up eight.” It means choosing to never give up hope, and to always strive for more

LEARN/SPEAK 
I CAN’T SPEAK, I CAN SPEAK, I CAN SPEAK FLUENTLY: Do you agree with the phrase above? When you are in hard situations can you solve them easily? Have you ever had very hard times and got over your problems?


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 CAN’T SPEAK


Leisure recently
-tell us about the most enjoyable time you had recently? what did you do?
-did you start any new TV series recently? did you like it?
-which movies did you watch recently? which one was the best?
-did you do anything for fun recently?
-did you go anywhere interesting recently?
-recently did you go to a restaurant? what did you eat and did you like it?
Grammar1, Grammar2

I CAN SPEAK


Collections
-do you have any collections?
-have you ever collected any items in your life?
-what were they?
-if you started collecting items what would you collect?

I CAN SPEAK FLUENTLY


Our Shopping Habits
-What do we buy apart from basic needs?
-What are our favorite shopping stores?
-On what do we spend most of our money?
-do you buy things online?
-what’s the last thing you bought online?

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