Mar 302018
 
likely

In this video students learn the common structures and collocations we use with likely and see how we use them in action. They’ll also learn an idiom where we always use it ironically.

And finally they’ll learn what happens to a marshmallow if you cook it in the microwave for 60 seconds. Mmmm. Irresistable!

 Posted by at 8:31 pm

  2 Responses to “Likely – a word our students are likely to need!”

  1. you are likely to suggest good english to us. i hope this was not a likely story but a real fluttery. may skip to my new sense of a likely study with you, may i. thanks a lot. it is likely to keep out of the storm, is not it? this is likely to have a microwave at home too. still what is it likely that marshmellows will taste…would you please send me a likely version of a written reply. i am probably looking back to it. bye.

  2. Hello Iva!
    Great to hear from you and thank you for writing. Yes, that snow storm was real. It looked very pretty so we decided to grab the moment and make a video about it.

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