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How to Make your New Year's Resolution in English

  
  
  

new years resolution in EnglishTomorrow is the first day of 2012 and that means that many people are making their new year's resolutions. Do you have a new year's resolution to make? Would you like to learn how to make your new year's resolution in English using common expressions and phrasal verbs? In today's lesson, we have a video quiz with some of the most common verbs and vocabulary words that are used when we talk about resolutions in English. Take the video quiz and learn how to talk about your goals for 2012 in English!

 

 

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New Years resolutions are a time where we can imagine how we would like ourselves to be, then, aim to achieve that, and then give up a few weeks later. There is a reason that almost all New Years resolutions fail, but this year I will show you how to make them stick.
Posted @ Tuesday, January 03, 2012 11:55 AM by Business English Teacher
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