American English News from Maestro Sersea #37: 9/12/2021

Hello English Learners and thank you for registering for our American English class. On Sunday of every week, I will share news and learning activities with you.

  1. NEWS 1: Here is a list of the rest of our live sessions/webinars for 2021:

— September 19th, 10AM -11AM (Los Angeles Time) via our chatroom: https://elearningusa.myownmeeting.net/

— October 3rd, 10AM – 11AM (Los Angeles Time) via our chatroom:  https://elearningusa.myownmeeting.net/

— October 17th, 10AM – 11AM (Los Angeles Time) via our chatroom:  https://elearningusa.myownmeeting.net/

— November 7th, 10AM – 11AM (Los Angeles Time) via our chatroom:  https://elearningusa.myownmeeting.net/

— November 21st, 10AM – 11AM (Los Angeles Time) via our chatroom: https://elearningusa.myownmeeting.net/

— December 5th, 10AM – 11AM (Los Angeles Time) via our chatroom: https://elearningusa.myownmeeting.net/

— December 12th, 10AM – 11AM (Los Angeles Time) via our chatroom:  https://elearningusa.myownmeeting.net/

2. NEWS 2: We had our sixth live audio-video meeting on Sunday, August 15th, 2021, in which we practiced English and had some great conversations. I highly encourage you to watch the entire 1-hour video so you can improve your English pronunciation, comprehension, and communication. Here’s the video:

3. News 3: Students, if you wish to continue to receive free English lessons from Maestro Sersea, you need to open your emails, complete the lessons, and watch the videos each week. If you’re not working hard to improve your English skills with Maestro Sersea, then there are other motivated English Learners who wish to learn English in your place. Maestro Sersea will soon review student activity records and delete students who have not been actively learning English via our English lessons and videos. Once students are deleted, they will no longer receive email lessons and newsletters to improve their English skills.

4. Learn and communicate about countries of the world with www.WorldFacts.club — We are happy to introduce to you our newest website, World Facts Club which helps English Learners improve English listening and reading comprehension, as well as writing skills. This week, we feature the country of Argentina, as part of our World Facts Club website. Please click on the link below and share your thoughts in the comments section after learning about ARGENTINA: http://worldfacts.club/2021/09/04/argentina-world-facts-club/

5. Careers and Jobs in the USA #19: JANITORS AND BUILDING CLEANERS — We started a whole new educational section designed to help you improve your English reading and listening comprehension, as well as learn about jobs and careers in the United States of America. Please click on the link below and watch the videos to improve your English skills and your knowledge as well. Don’t forget to write a comment and suggest which American careers and jobs you’d like us to include here in the future. Click here: https://usacareers.club/2021/05/23/janitors-and-building-cleaners/

6. Each week we focus on an English Grammar topic you can study. This week we focus on WHO, THAT, and WHICH. Click here for the lesson: https://www.grammarbook.com/grammar/whoVwhVt.asp

After the lesson, don’t forget to take this quiz:

Who, Whom, That, Which Quiz 

7. English Vocabulary Word of the Day: MESS – Each week we will focus on a specific English vocabulary word from our online English Dictionary at http://dictionary.sersea.com :

  1. a (large) military dining room where service personnel eat or relax
  2. a meal eaten by service personnel
  3. soft semiliquid food; “a mess of porridge”
  4. a state of confusion and disorderliness; “the house was a mess”; “she smoothed the mussiness of the bed”
  5. make a mess of or create disorder in; “He messed up his room”
  6. eat in a mess hall
  7. informal terms for a difficult situation; “he got into a terrible fix”; “he made a muddle of his marriage”
  8. (often followed by `of”) a large number or amount or extent; “a batch of letters”; “a deal of trouble”; “a lot of money”; “he made a mint on the stock market”; “it must have cost plenty”

Thank you, students. I will send you the next American English News from Maestro Sersea on Sunday of next week. If you want to access all our previous News from Maestro Sersea, click here for the list: http://sersea.com/news-from-maestrosersea/

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