There's only about 1.5 week left for this winter break. How's everyone's progress and plan going? I miss my students so much!! As for me, well, to be honest, I have to confess that I havn't "conducted" what I should do yet because of being lazy for days. Well, I promised I'll do it tomorrow.
Not too much new for the past days, but one thing that I'm glad is that I got full points (100) for the speaking test of GEPT High-intermediate level.
I've watched the movie for 2.5 times, and I really love the leading lady character, I mean the younger one because she is really neat and beautiful. I also love her accent which is really beautiful. And that made me want to imitate her way of speaking. So today I spend pretty much time looking for the mp3 and e-book of this novel, which is famous as you know. If you are interested in this e-book, you can download it at the website:http://www.mediafire.com/?7yzvmkaiddl
You need to use the soft "net transport" or "flashget" to download it so that it'll save your time.
ps.http://librivox.org/ is also a very good website for downloading mp3 and e-text to learn English.
LibriVox Top 5 Here are the five titles most frequently
downloaded by visitors to LibriVox.org
1. Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen.
2. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, by Mark Twain.
3. Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson.
4. Call of the Wild, by Jack London.
5. Anne of Green Gables, by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
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Audio books librivox.org