December 23

The speaking test will be held on January 20, 2020.

The written test will be held on January 27, 2020 13:30 to 14:30 in room 53C.

For the written test, study the six short stories that we studied in the second semester. You can download the stories in this pdf file. For the test you will have to know the vocabulary of the stories, have good listening comprehension of the stories, and be able to write a summary of each story.
Listen to the stories again. The audio files are at these links below:



Golf Balls

Letter in a Bottle


Prison Break

December 9

The final task for the speaking test is to talk about a story that you like--a film, a novel, a manga or a television drama. In order to speak about it well, you should write a summary of the story first. Read this example of a summary about the movie Titanic, then try to write your own summary of your chosen story. It should be between 250 and 500 words.

November 25

Choose the story you are going to talk about for the third conversation topic. It can be a movie, television show, novel or manga.

On December 2, bring the papers that you were given on November 25 (the story about the unlucky ambulance rider).

The third report is due on December 23.

The speaking tests will be held during the last class on January 20, 2020.

October 28

Write 2 or 3 questions about each subtopic in the conversation about your memorable trip. In total you should have about 30 questions. Bring photos from your memorable trip, if you have them.

The next report due on November 25.

October 7

Write 2 or 3 questions about each subtopic in the conversation about high school days. In total you should have about 30 questions.

Next week, bring all the papers which were given to you on October 7.

The first report is due on October 28.

September 30

Do exercise 12 of the papers given to you in class about the grammar rules of English questions.
After you write the 25 questions in exercise 12, you can check the correct questions in this pdf file.

September 23

Read the Tests and Assignments section in order to understand what you need to do in the second semester.
Review the story Dream Jackpot and write a summary of it on the last page.