Who are you talking about?
This 30-minute lesson focuses on teaching and practicing reflexive pronouns exclusively.
The lesson starts with a few questions, all of which have the same answer (a reflexive pronoun).
Grammar: reflexive pronouns
In this part, regular pronouns (I, we, they, etc.) and reflexive pronouns are compared.
After that, the student matches regular pronouns with the corresponding reflexive pronouns.
Video time: John Cusack in 1408
The student watches a segment from the movie 1408 and observes Cusack’s actions in the scene. Then, they fill in the gaps using reflexive pronouns.
By + reflexive pronouns/Prepositions of place
The meaning of reflexive pronouns changes slightly after by is added. The student learns when we cannot use reflexive pronouns.
This is a brief overview of the lesson.
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