(Miss Wang is holding a class meeting on how to learn English. She asks two students to report the results of their discussion.)
I’m very glad to share our group’s opinions with you. Kangkang said that he previewed the day’s lesson before class, took notes in class and reviewed them after class. Lin Ping said, “Read a passage. Then try to retell it yourself.” Yu Zhen thought studying grammar was important when learning English. I myself prefer watching English movies, though sometimes I can’t understand them exactly. These are our opinions. Thank you for listening!
It’s an honor to talk with all of you here. Our group agrees with some of Group One’s opinions. However, we have some other ideas. Xu Duoduo said that joining an English club was the best way to improve her English. Cheng Le advised us to read a good English newspaper. But she said, “We shouldn’t translate every word when we arc reading.” Shu Yan told us we should speak English with our teachers, classmates and even with foreigners as often as possible. That’s all. Thanks.
Good job! You two have told us many good methods. Each of us can use one or more of them. But remember to choose the ones that suit you best. I’m sure that you will make great progress as long as you stick to them. And I think keeping a diary in English is a good way to improve your writing. Also, the chants, songs and riddles in our textbooks are helpful.