Beginning English Video Lessons – Week 20 Of 52

Part 1 – Watch and practice along with this Speaking Practice Video

Part 2 – Watch and practice along with this Pronunciation Practice Video

Part 3 – Listen, read, and practice along with the audio player and dialogue below.

Anna: Hi, there! Washington, D.C. is a great place to work. Many people here work in government and politics. But there are many other jobs. You can work at a hospital; a university. You can work in a coffee shop. Wait a minute, I think I see a friend of mine. Pete? Is that you?

Pete: Hi, Anna.

Anna: You look different. Your beard … is really big.

Pete: You don’t like it, do you?

Anna: No, no. You just look … different.

(To server) Thank you. So, what’s wrong? You look sad.

Pete: I don’t have a job.

Anna: Sorry, I can’t hear you.

Pete: I do not have a job!

Anna: Oh. I’m sorry to hear that, Pete.

Pete: I don’t have a skill.

Anna: Everyone has a skill. You need to find yours.

Pete: I don’t know, Anna.

Anna: Pete, I am good at asking questions. Let me ask you some.

Pete: Really, Anna? Can you help me?

Anna: Yes, I can. Let me help.

Pete: Sure, Anna. Maybe you can help.

Anna: Can you write code?

Pete: Sure, c-o-l-d. How is this going to help?

Anna: No, not “cold.” Code; you know, for making phone apps, or websites. You can make tons of money writing code.

Pete: Tons of money? But I can’t code.

Anna: Next question. Can you drive?

Pete: Do you mean drive a race car? It’s really hard to be a race car driver. First, you need a race car …

Anna: No, I mean drive a taxi or drive a bus.

Pete: No, I always fall asleep when I drive.

Anna: Oh, that’s not good. Next question. Can you teach? You can be a teacher in a school.

Pete: No, I cannot teach.

Anna: Can you cook? You can be a chef in a restaurant.

Pete: No, I can’t code! I can’t teach! I can’t cook! Anna, I can’t do anything. This is sad. I’m gonna write about my feelings in my blog.

Anna: You write a blog?

Pete: Yeah, I write a blog.

Anna: How many followers do you have?

Pete: I don’t know … 59,538.

Anna: Pete, that’s a lot of followers! You can make money writing!

Pete: Writing is easy. Everyone can write.

Anna: Not everyone can write well. You can be a writer!

Pete: I can be a writer. I can be a writer! I can be a writer! Thanks, Anna.

Marsha: Hi, Pete. Hi, Anna.

Pete: Hi, Marsha. Excuse me, I have to go.

Marsha: Where are you going?

Pete: I’m going to be a writer!

Marsha: Good luck, Pete!

(To Anna) He does know that it’s not easy to be a writer, doesn’t he? Anna: There are many different jobs you can have in Washington, D.C. Pete wants to be a writer. I wish him luck. Lots of luck. Until next time!

Part 4: Watch the “What Can You Do?” Video Lesson

Hello students! How are you today? What are some of the things that you can do? Can you sing, play a musical instrument? Can you fix cars? Can you draw? Here’s Lesson 20, “What Can You Do?”, which we expect you to study closely. Once you finish, please share what you’ve learned with the rest of us via the comments section below.

Part 5 – Take the “What Can You Do?” Lesson 20 Online Quiz

Click here: Take the “What Can You Do?” Lesson 20 Online Quiz

13 thoughts on “Beginning English Video Lessons – Week 20 Of 52

  1. Hello. I’m Danijela.
    In this lesson I improved my pronunciation.
    Very interesting lesson.
    In the quiz my score was 6/6.
    Thank you very much Maestro Sersea.

  2. Good afternoon.
    Yes, everyone have some skill to work.
    This was a good lesson.
    Thanks a lot.

  3. Hi everyone
    I’m advancing in all the required skills. Every day I understand more.

    Thank you Maestro.

  4. Hello sir, Good evening!
    I am Samir Malviya I have practiced on video and audio lessons both it was really great lessons and I was also participating in the quiz and I got 6 out of 6 I.e. 100 % thank you so much sir for this lesson 🙏

  5. Hello!
    Today, I learned a lot from the learning videos. I read out them along with the audios. I have learned pronunciations, words. I have gotten full score. Thank you very much Sir!

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