It’s been quite a while since we started our classes together. I am amazed with the consistency of your performance.
A stern reminder: Focus on your tenses: You need to be good at them if you want to become an effective communicator.
Another reminder: Keep focused when you talk. There are times when you ramble in unintelligible statements
THE GOOD NEWS: You speak very well. You are very fluent in the English language.
THE NOT SO GOOD NEWS: You tend to forget about using the right tenses and you sometimes mispronounce common words.
THE GOOD NEWS AGAIN: You can correct the oversight with constant practice.
You have acute listening ability. And you respond in lightning speed.
Pronunciation:You generally have very good pronunciation, Your pace can be slow or fast and you can still be understood; that means your enunciation is clear.
Watch out for your tenses. Remember to use past tenses when you are talking of incidents that happened in the past. We’ll start from that basic principle.