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08.11.2021

Thank you for attending Yes No Games! 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.

Congratulations on cracking the third situation! It seems to us that you are really good at solving puzzles!

While speaking:

you controlled your speech and carefully picked the words
you used simple and complex grammatical forms (Past Simple, Passive voice, Relative clauses)
you linked ideas together effectively

Our today’s recommendation is the following:

Use ‘‘there are’ when you talk about several things/people — There
is
are
some planes which …
We hope our feedback is useful for you!

18.11.2021

Thank you for attending our Personalities Game! 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.

You controlled your speech and corrected yourself if you noticed mistakes. You also used simple and complex grammar (Present Simple, Modal verbs, Past Simple).

Our today’s recommendation is the following:

Try to use ‘the’ with the countries with plural names (the Philippines), with names which names include the words ‘kingdom’, ‘state’, ‘republic’ (the United States) — Is she from
the
United States?

We hope our feedback is useful for you!

29.11.2021

Thank you for attending Yes No Games! 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.

While speaking you used grammatical forms and vocabulary correctly. Your speech was clear and fluent.

Our today’s recommendation is the following:

Try to say the ordinal numbers (seven
th
, twenty-six
th
) when you name the dates — Is his birthday on the 29
th
(twenty-nin
th
) of February?
We hope that our feedback is useful for you!

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