Saturday, January 5, 2013

Happy New Year 2013 (esl-lab.com)

I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year. May you be able to reach the goals that you set. You might enjoy my newest video activity that discusses how you can succeed in your resolutions for the new year:

http://www.esl-lab.com/seasons/newyear-video.htm

Feel free to share your own resolutions for the new year and the reasons why you want to make those changes in your life.

Best,

Randall


7 comments:

Le Truong Giang said...

Happy new year to you and your family

H.P said...

Every New Year come, everyone have wishes. About me, I wish I finish ESOL. After that, I wish I can get a nurse major because In the future I want to find a good job, good insurance for help my family

H.P said...

I am learning English. I will try to learn and finish ESOL because I want to get my a nurse major in the future.

H.P

Anonymous said...

Happy new year 2013! May your wishes come true.


H.D

Hoa Phan said...

I am learning English. I will try to learn and finish ESOL because I want to get my a nurse major.

Anonymous said...

I want to improve my English to pass the exam in May, and do more exercise a week

moris said...

Quite frequently,I see and hear about how to succeed in new year's resolutions. And it sounds pretty easy to follow the secrets given. However, when it comes to achieve English language ability, I feel lost. Not only is it difficult to set a partly segmented goal in a language learning, but it also seems to be hard to get there since it can not be tangibly verified. For instance, I set a goal to pass the test of toefl several times; sometimes partly in detail about how to study and what to study, other times generally in a long period of time. Nonetheless, it does not seem to work it as it plans quite often. It looks different from achieving of any other goals, doesn't it? Any new ideas? Please, share with me.

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