• American English News Words: Today you will watch a news vocabulary video which explains a word or term used in news stories. Try to understand the word or term discussed in this video:

  • Learning English TV: Watch this one-minute Learning English news program and try to understand what it means:

  • Identify what you learned today from this lesson. You can either explain what today’s news word means or give a short summary of the short news program you watched in the comments section below:

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5 thoughts on “Lesson 2.19.2, Year 2 American English Lessons with Maestro Sersea”
  1. Hello. I’m Danijela.
    In this lesson I learned new words like filibuster etc…
    Filibuster a legisative prosess used to delay or prevent a vote on a propposed law usualy through extended debate.
    Thank you very much Maestro Sersea.

  2. Filibuster, a trick used by opposite to confront the approval of a low by making very long speeches.
    Thanks Mr Sersea.

  3. Hello , hind from Iraq.
    Filibuster is a legislative process used to delay or prevent a vote on a proposed law usually through extended debate

  4. Hello , hind from Iraq.
    July /16/2021
    – Seven Chinese action against democracy activists in Hong Kong by United State place.

    -president Cyril in Africa said: security agencies will investigates these responsible for causing deadly riots this week in parts of country.

    -after 24 new cases of COVID -19 are reported by Australia official order people to stay home.

    -there is visiter to Nagasaki’s atomic bone memorial to mark before the traditional “Olympic Trace” the start of the Tokyo summer by the president of the international Olympic committee.

  5. Hello everyone
    In this lesson I learned some new words like filibuster, riots, truce. The first one means to make a long speech in order to delay or prevent a new law being made
    so, according to the Cambridge Dictionary, the word RIOT imply an occasion when a large number of people behave in a noisy, violent, and uncontrolled way in public, often as a protest and, TRUCE, a short interruption in a war or argument, or an agreement to stop fighting or arguing for a period of time.
    Thank you Maestro

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