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- 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:
9 thoughts on “Lesson 2.29.2, Year 2 American English Lessons with Maestro Sersea”
Hello. I’m Danijela.
In this lesson I learned new word “Elusive”.
Elusive discribes something or someon whu is difficult find or capture also discribes things that hard understand or rimember.
Thank you very much Maestro Sersea.
Hello , Hind from Iraq.
Describes something or someone who is difficult to find or capture , it’s also describes things that are hard to understand , defined or remember .
Hello , hind from Iraq.
-in bringing / president warns forgin forces against interfering with chine in speech marring the 100th adversary of the ruling communist party.
-In Addis Ababa the Africa union’s specialist diplomat for Covid-19 criticizes European supplied for not providing Africa with any vaccine .
-Hong Kong police ban protest on the anniversary of the former British colon’s return to chine in 1997.
-In Turkish , thousand of woman protest in Istanbul against county withdraw from an international treaty prevent violence against woman
greetings to all
what Ilearned from this lesson?
I learned some interesting words and expressions:
Elusive, which describe somethng or someones who is difficult to find or capture, it also describe things tht are hard to understand, define or remember.
I also learned the meaning of “speech marking” and the words “ruling”,” treaty” and again with compound word “withdrawal”.
Good lesson today.
Thank you Maestro
Lesson 2.29.2 Year 2
News Words: “Elusive”
As I understand the meaning of Elusive is difficult to catch, puzzling, tricky, indefinite, and slippery.
What part of speech is elusive?
No matter how often I asked myself the question, the answer remained elusive.
Lesson 2.29.2 Year 2
One-minute Learning English news program.
1) Chinese President XI Jinping, in his speech, notified foreign forces, not to interfere with their matters.
2) A Special diplomate from the African government, blamed the European vaccine suppliers, for not supplying any vaccination for COVID-19 to their people.
3) Hong Kong Police restrict protests on the anniversary of the former British colony’s return.
4) Thousands of women in Turkey, demonstrated and opposed the country’s withdrawal from an international agreement to stop violence against women.
I learned news words “elusive”.
Elusive describes something or someone who is difficult to find or capture. It also describes things that are hard to understand, define or remember.
– In Video1: I learned new word “Elusive”.
Elusive discribes something or someone is difficult find or capture. It also discribes things that hard understand or remember.
– In Video 2:
– China’s president Xi Jinping warned for using forces against interfering with china of the ruling communist party.
-The Africa union’s specialist diplomat for Covid-19 will not providing Africa with any vaccine .
-Hong Kong police ban protesters on the former British colon’s return to china in 1997.
-In Turkish, thousands of woman protest eliminating international treaty to against violence woman.