This English video challenge is different: you’re going to TEACH something! Make a short video teaching an American English idiom. Upload as public or unlisted to YouTube, then send the link to the email address in the video. Send in your video by April 6, 2018! I will put everyone’s videos in the Results video, and everyone can learn more idioms!
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It’s your turn to make a video in this American English pronunciation video challenge.
I’m trying something new with the video challenge this time around. Rather than just having your practice your English, let’s see what happens when you try to teach something. This is just an experiment. Maybe none of you will do it! But I hope some of you will. The challenge is to teach an American English idiom. What’s one that you’ve learned, that you think is interesting? Make a video saying what the idiom is, what it means, and make up an example sentence, or tell us about the context where you first heard this idiom.
Some people might make a video about the same idiom, that’s okay. More sample sentences to learn from. I’ll put them in order from shortest to longest. For the challenge results video. To submit your video to be included in the challenge results video, upload it to Youtube as either public or unlisted, and email me the link. Email this address by this date. Then we can all learn more idioms. I can’t wait to see what you come up with! For inspiration, please see this playlist of past video challenge results videos. It’s really fun to watch others in this community making videos.
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