Here’s the new Word of the Day quiz for fall of 2018.

As we come to the end of the month, students studying in the Yellow Level should review what they have learned in the Yellow Level Review.

There’s a Yellow Level Test that follows the review.

Here’s a new reading exercise for the Yellow Level: Boris is thinking about quitting his job.

Today’s word of the day is "resume."

The holiday season is upon us. Read about it in this Yellow Level reading exercise.

It’s Thanksgiving Day in the United States. Click on the link to learn more about this popular national holiday.


Happy Thanksgiving!

Do you live in a city in the United States? Read and listen to your teacher.

Today’s Yellow Level lesson is on the use of adverbs.

The word of the day is "take."

Read all about it: Oscar and Angela are dating.

The word of the day is "opinion."

In this new video, I show students how to ask and answer questions in the present perfect tense:


Don’t confuse the words "part" and "apart."

The word of the day is "part."

The word of the day is "mouth." There are many different ways to use this word.

This is a mouth

He’s got a big mouth!

Have you been practicing your reading skills in the Yellow Level this month? If you’re following the reading schedule, here’s today’s reading assignment: Laura got a bike for her birthday.

Your Yellow Level lesson for today is on perfect modal verbs.

In answering a question from a student, this video explains when the present perfect tense is used.


This new video shows you how to form the present perfect tense:


The word of the day is "pity."

Students working in the Yellow Level study the past continuous tense today.

It’s the day after election day in the United States. Today’s word of the day is "victory."

Students studying in the Yellow Level this month should visit the Yellow Level Reading Room when they have a chance.

This reading assignment is about the election season, which is now over, thank God!

It’s election day in the United States, so today’s word of the day is "poll."

When someone bothers you, or when a thing causes you trouble, you can use the word "bug." This was the word of the day a few days ago, and it suddenly occurred to be me that it might be a good topic for a video.

I hated to do it, but there’s no sense in leaving a dead tree standing in my backyard.


Students who completed the Red Level may move on to the Yellow Level today.

The focus of the Yellow Level is on perfect tenses and modifiers. But if you have not yet mastered the Blue and Red Levels, I recommend you return to those levels and complete all of those lessons before moving forward.

Click on the link for the Yellow Level Checklist to monitor your progress.

Here’s a link to the first Yellow Level reading assignment: Christine is a photographer.

The word of the day is "among."

Each course level on this website has a checklist. Print out and keep the checklist next to your computer, tablet, or phone and use it to track your progress as you move through the lessons:


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