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Feedback for Mariia M

06.08.2021

Thank you for attending our Smart Wars#4 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.

You helped your team with the word ‘coffin’ that isn’t widely used. It means that your vocabulary covers a broad range of topics.
One small thing to improve is the tenses. If your team already has an answer to the questions it’s better say “Our team said” or “Our team has said”. The answer “Our team say” is incorrect because it means that your team does it regularly.

Win both in games and in language learning!

11.08.2021

Thank you for attending Mafia with Gary! 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.
It was really pleasant to listen to your answers. Your speech is well organised and sounds natural.

Here is some advice that will help you to master your English:

Use Past Simple (V2/Ved) to talk about the finished actions in the past → I try tried to stay calm and go went to sleep.

We hope that our advice is useful for you!

20.08.2021

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 are happy to meet the students who speak English as willingly as you do!

We’ve noticed that you find the word ‘devour’ a bit complicated. And we agree that this word is really tricky. We hope that our explanation will help you

To devour /dɪˈvaʊə(r)/ means to eat something quickly in large amounts, so that nothing lefts.

For example, Gary is really hungry. He’s devoured all my pancakes!

We also can say it about a person who reads or watches something with a great interest.

For example, Maria devours one English book after another.

Win both in games and in language learning!

27.08.2021

Thank you for attending our Smart Wars #7 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.

As usual we observe how broadminded and helpful you are!

We have an idea how to say that you have no idea :)

When you want to say that you don’t have the answer to the question you can use the phrase “I have no idea”.

Win both in games and in language learning!

01.09.2021

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.

Thank you for your interesting questions which helped to find out the answers!

While speaking:

you mostly used accurate grammar structures
you linked ideas together effectively

Just one thing to improve on:

Try not to use the Past Simple form of the verb (V2/ed) in the questions with didDid the chicken destructed them?

We hope that our feedback is useful for you!

16.09.2021

Thank you for attending our Personalities Game! We hope you’ve enjoyed it.

Do not think that’s all! We have prepared feedback on the speaking skills you demonstrated during the game.

Many thanks for your active participation in the game! Your interesting questions helped to find out the personalities.

While speaking:

you used a wide range of appropriate vocabulary
you used various grammar structures
you expressed your ideas clearly

We can’t wait to see you again!

22.09.2021

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.

You used appropriate grammatical forms and produced the questions with the correct word order. Your speech was relevant and well organised.
We hope that our feedback is useful for you!

28.09.2021

Thank you for attending Yes No Games with Gary! 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 various grammatical forms
you combined complex grammar structures easily
you always used appropriate vocabulary
you linked ideas together effectively

Just one thing to improve on:

Try to use the indefinite article a/an when you talk about one member of a group or category — Is Roger an insect?
We hope that our feedback is useful for you!

04.10.2021

Thank you for attending Yes No Games with Gary! We hope you’ve enjoyed them 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 various grammatical forms
you always used appropriate vocabulary
you linked ideas together effectively

Our today’s recommendation is the following:

Try not to use the articles with the diseases and some health conditions — a memory loss

We hope that our feedback is useful for you!

11.10.2021

Thank you for attending Yes No Games with Gary! We hope you’ve enjoyed them 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 various vocabulary
you linked your ideas and made them clear for the listeners
you used complex grammar forms

We hope that our feedback is useful for you!

04.11.2021

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.

Congratulations on guessing right on the first person!

While speaking you used simple and complex grammatical forms with ease and some advanced vocabulary (real estate, influential etc.) Keep it that way and continue improving your language skills!

We hope our feedback is useful for you!

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