Lesson Transcript

Okay, now it's your turn.
Do you remember how to say “What are you doing?”
What are you doing?
Imagine you’re writing your goals. Do you remember how to say “my goals?”
my goals, my goals
Say “I'm writing my goals.”
I'm writing my goals.
Now answer the question saying you’re writing your dreams.
What are you doing?
I'm writing my goals.
Now imagine you’re writing your dreams. Do you remember how to say “my dreams?”
my dreams, my dreams
Say “I'm writing my dreams.”
I'm writing my dreams.
Now answer the question saying you’re writing your dreams.
What are you doing?
I'm writing my dreams.
Now imagine you’re writing a to-do list. Do you remember how to say “a to-do list?”
a to-do list, a to-do list
Say “I'm writing a to-do list.”
I'm writing a to-do list.
Now answer the question saying you’re writing a to-do list.
What are you doing?
I'm writing a to-do list.
In this lesson, you learned new vocabulary and phrases you can use to talk about what you’re writing about.
You are now able to talk about your writing like a native speaker!
See you in the next lesson!
Bye!

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