Hello, students. You now can learn about Nichole, an American teenager, as part of “American Teens Talk!” book. I suggest you read and listen to this section several times so you can improve your American English reading and listening comprehension skills. Don’t forget to respond to the prompts in the comments section below so that you can improve your writing skills as well.

Directions: Please read about the section about Nichole two or more times.

Directions: Please listen to the section about Nichole two or more times.

Directions: Please respond to one of the prompts below in the comments section at the bottom of this page.

  1. Has someone special in your life died?
    How do you remember or honor this
    person?
  2. Nichole says that we should think positive
    things about other people in the world.
    Do you agree? Why or why not?

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3 thoughts on “2.19.3: Year 2 American English Lessons with Maestro Sersea”
  1. Hello everyone,
    Each year, I remember my father’s died day. I didn’t how discribe that sad day. I can’t attend his funeral because I worked in a little far country where we find any phone or a form of communication to telling me about that event.

  2. Hello , hind from Iraq.
    I have a special honor in my live while she died ,who my cousin and she died by cancer, but have many honor to her , she lived to help poor people and given them any service she could , she had a big angel heart all last time I prouder and learned from her . I hope she was in heaven , Ameen.

  3. Hello everybody
    1. Has someone special in your life died? How do you remember or honor this person?
    Yes, my father. He died thirty year ago And all of us; sons, daugther and widow remember him and visit his tomb frequently.
    2. Nichole says that we should think positive things about other people in the world. Do you agree? Why or why not?
    Yes, looking at our fellow men like this is doing it in a positive and considerate way. It is good to remember what our Lord Jesus Christ told us: love your neighbor as yourself.
    Thank you Maestro

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