Lesson 10: Let's and Don't
These are REAL lessons. No actors. No scripts. A real learning experience. Do you know a friend or family member who needs to learn English? Tell them they can learn along with Natasha as I teach her the basics of the English language.
I will not be posting captions (subtitles) on these early lessons. I want beginners to develop their listening skills. I will write all important information on the board. Happy Studies to all!
TEACHERS: Related posts are on my WordPress blog. http://englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com/2012/01/05/where-do-we-begin-to-teach-beginners/
Please post comments and questions on my main channel page or my website. www.englishwithjennifer.com
"Smart, Easy Listening"
Artist: Enrique Plazaola
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For more by this artist, visit http://www.enrique-plazaola.com/
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