Lesson Transcript

Okay, now it's your turn.
Do you remember how to say “How's your mother?”
How's your mother?
Imagine she’s great. Do you remember how to say “great?”
great, great
Say “She’s great.”
She's great.
Now answer the question saying she’s great.
How's your mother?
She's great.
Now imagine she’s so-so. Do you remember how to say “so-so?”
so-so, so-so
Say “She’s so-so.”
She's so-so.
Now answer the question saying she’s so-so.
How's your mother?
She's so-so.
Now imagine she’s not good. Do you remember how to say “not good?”
not good, not good
Say “She’s not good.”
She's not good.
Now answer the question saying she’s not good.
How's your mother?
She's not good.
In this lesson, you learned new vocabulary and phrases you can use in your everyday life to talk about well-being.
You are now able to talk about how someone is feeling like a native speaker!
See you in the next lesson!
Bye!

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Wednesday at 06:30 PM
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Can you tell us how your mother is in English?

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Friday at 05:35 PM
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Hello Gary,


Great job there Gary!


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Gary
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How’s your mother?


She’s great.

She’s so-so.

She’s not good.