Hello, students. You now can learn about Landry, 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 Landry two or more times.
Directions: Please listen to the section about Landry two or more times.
Directions: Please respond to one of the prompts below in the comments section at the bottom of this page.
- In the U.S., getting a driver’s license is a
very important and exciting event for
young people. It means that they are
beginning to be adults and that they
can have a little more freedom and
independence than children have. Are
there special events in a teenager’s life in
your culture that show you are becoming
an adult? What are they?
- In the U.S., girls often stay all night at
the home of their girlfriends on Friday or
Saturday night. Their mothers supervise
them. Where do young people in your
country get together to talk with their
friends? Who supervises them? (Supervise
means watch and be sure nothing bad