Thank you for attending our Smart Wars #5 quiz! We hope you’ve enjoyed it and can’t wait to see you again.
Do not think that’s all! We have prepared feedback on the speaking skills you demonstrated during the game.
We can’t help but mention that you were engaged in the discussions and willingly interacted with the host. It's really great that you are not afraid of using English in real life and take part in the activities with the native speaker.
There is one small thing you can improve on:
Try to pay attention to the word order in the sentence “I don’t know what is it an athlete.”
Let’s divide this sentence in two parts: “I don’t know” and “What is it an athlete”. The first part (“I don’t know”) sounds pretty good. But in the second part “what is it athlete” you’ve used the word order for the questions (Wh + verb + subject? e.g. What is it?). However, your sentence is not a question, it’s a positive one. Word order here should be exactly the same as in ordinary (non-question) sentences (Subject + Verb + ...) → I don’t know what