He rolls heavy barrels down a ramp.
ramp - slope surface
I am not confident.
I don't have confidence.
At any rate I will go to the school.
I'll buy this one at any rate.
At Jane's disposal we will go to the party.
I couldn't go to school at fault.
I couldn't go to school because of the car at fault.
At last, I can distinguish L and R.
I'm very sorry for your loss.
Henry is at a lost when he first met his wife.
The changing of the prime minister had something behind the scene.
irrelevant - not so important
Taking a nap or not taking a nap is beside the point of thinking.
A. MATERIAL/S USED:
Listening Exercises with L and R (Review)
and Idioms that Starts with Prepositions (Continue on the Preposition By)
B. ENGLISH PROFICIENCY
(5= Excellent, 4= Very satisfactory, 3= Satisfactory, 2= Needs Improvement, 1= Poor)
1. GRAMMAR (Rate: 5 )
2. SPEAKING (Rate: 4 )
3. LISTENING COMPREHENSION (Rate: 4 )
4. VOCABULARY (Rate: 4)
5. COHERENCE (Rate: 5)
a. Device used: Personal Computer
b. Video: Good
c. Audio: Good
d. Internet Connection: Good
e. Student Behavior: creative, very honest, open-minded, eager to learn and lively
f. Setting: At home
1. STUDENT’S REQUEST AND SUGGESTION: None
2. TEACHER’S COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS:
Thank you so much for this afternoon, Mr.Keiichi! Your L and R pronunciation and listening is improving little by little.
You also did really good in our idioms today.
I hope it will be at your disposal (available for one's use) for everyday conversations.
Hopefully we can have more practice in listening along the way and prefixes for vocabulary.
Thank you for choosing me as your teacher here in Davao Cafe.
We hope to learn with you and be a part of your improvement.:)
- Teacher Neza