[Beginner Course]

Click on the title of each lesson below to see the lesson description and what you will learn.
Creamy Coconut 1: John & Yoko’s First Encounter F r e e
Creamy Coconut 2: The Price to Pay F r e e
Creamy Coconut 3: A Language in Common F r e e
Creamy Coconut 4: The Final Choice
Creamy Coconut 5: The Lucky Girl
Creamy Coconut 6: What to Wear to the Gala?
Creamy Coconut 7: A Lonely Child
Creamy Coconut 8: The Sleeping Problem
Creamy Coconut 9: Aren’t You Jealous?
Creamy Coconut 10: I Will
Creamy Coconut 11: The Special Guest
Creamy Coconut 12: The Bad Worker
Creamy Coconut 13: How I’ll Go to School
Creamy Coconut 14: The Lost Pieces
Creamy Coconut 15: Never Enough
Creamy Coconut 16: You’re Incredible!
Creamy Coconut 17: My Future Plan
Creamy Coconut 18: Usually Smart
Creamy Coconut 19: Where I’ve Been to
Creamy Coconut 20: Give Me A Break
Creamy Coconut 21: Give Me Back My Bookcase
Creamy Coconut 22: What We Have to Buy
Creamy Coconut 23: Shopping for the Whole Family
Creamy Coconut 24: The Most Unfortunate One
Creamy Coconut 25: An Animal Lover
Creamy Coconut 26: Unlike Father, Unlike Son
Creamy Coconut 27: A Perfect Start
Creamy Coconut 28: Accidental Revelation
Creamy Coconut 29: What I Want to Be When I Grow Up
Creamy Coconut 30: Where I’ll Stay
Creamy Coconut 31: My Dream House
Creamy Coconut 32: Nothing Serious
Creamy Coconut 33: The Ultimate Plan


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Creamy Coconut 1: John & Yoko’s First Encounter

[duration: 25:54]
Storyline: John and Yoko met for the first time. The two were getting to know each other. John was delighted to talk to her until she asked about his friend Paul.

Examples of new vocabulary: Hello, sorry, thank you, that’s fine, to like, friend, funny, a lot, more than, to have to, each other, talk to you later.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to greet someone.
How to introduce yourself.
How to say you like something.
How to say “Thank you” and “Sorry.”
How to tell someone you’re leaving.



Creamy Coconut 2: The Price to Pay
[duration: 29:31]
Storyline: Nadech tried to deceive a ticket clerk by lying about his age in order to get a discount. Let’s find out if things worked out for him in the end.

Examples of new vocabulary: zero, twenty, hundred, ticket, adult, price, how old?, how much?, age, to look, number, to have a meal.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say numbers.
How to ask someone’s age.
How to say how old you are.
How to say what you don’t like.
How to ask someone’s phone number.
How to ask someone out for dinner.



Creamy Coconut 3: A Language in Common
[duration: 29:40]
Storyline: Olivier and Pei Fang have just started to learn Thai and are struggling to communicate with each other in Thai. As they learned more about each other’s diverse backgrounds, they tried to find another language they could speak in common. Could they find one?

Examples of new vocabulary: France, China, mother, husband, aunt, language, a little, to study, not…anymore, to be born, nobody, dictionary.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say when you did something.
How to invite someone to do something.
How to ask and talk about someone’s nationality.
How to say what you know or don’t know how to do.
How to ask and say what languages someone speaks.
How to say where you were born and where you moved to.



Creamy Coconut 4: The Final Choice
[duration: 32:43]
Storyline:Storyline: Bai-mon and Kao-fang went to a restaurant for a late night meal. They had a hard time deciding what dish to get. Why? What did they decide to have in the end?

Examples of new vocabulary: Chicken, beef, vegetable, rice, noodles, coffee, juice, how many, to order, to eat, a lot, to be full.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to give a suggestion.
How to ask for suggestions.
How to say what you’re afraid of.
How to say what you have just done.
How to say what you don’t want to do.
How to say names of meats and beverages.
How to ask if someone has ever done something.



Creamy Coconut 5: The Lucky Girl
[duration: 31:18]
Storyline: Gunn went to a flower shop and ordered 7 bouquets of roses to be sent to someone for each day of the week. Who was the lucky girl that would receive the flowers from this hopelessly romantic guy?

Examples of new vocabulary: Pink, brown, Sunday, weekend, flower, rose, per, to give, to be lucky, to be happy, to receive, every day.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to list things.
How to say what you are happy for.
How to estimate someone’s reaction.
How to say something is up to someone.
How to ask the price per unit of something.
How to ask questions expecting multiple answers.
How to say the names of colors and days of the week.



Creamy Coconut 6: What to Wear to the Gala?
[duration: 26:29]
Storyline: An insecure girl, Noi-na, asked her boyfriend for advice on what dress to wear to a gala. He was trying to be supportive and help her select the dress that made her look best. But he changed his mind at the last minute. What happened?

Examples of new vocabulary: Tall, fat, new, difficult, beautiful, to wear, dress, to choose, but, how, should, of course, to stay.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to state your opinion.
How to say someone should do something.
How to say it’s difficult to do something.
How to ask for confirmation about something.
How to ask which is the better of two options.
How to suggest that someone had better do something.
How to ask if it’s better for you to do something else.
How to describe attributes and qualities of something or someone.



Creamy Coconut 7: A Lonely Child
[duration: 27:11]
Storyline: Pattie asked her father to play Lego with her but he refused. Then she saw that her mother had just returned home, and hurried to ask her instead. But her mother also came up with excuses. Why were her parents so reluctant to play with her?

Examples of new vocabulary: To cook, to work, to play, to write, to sit, to work out, why, to be free, now, to spend time, instead.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to describe simple actions
How to state what you want to do.
How to suggest a different option.
How to refuse someone’s invitation.
How to tell someone to go do something.
How to ask someone what they are doing.
How to ask someone to do something with you.
How to say you’re going to do something before or after doing something else.



Creamy Coconut 8: The Sleeping Problem
[duration: 31:25]
Storyline: Lukbua went to see the doctor. After the first appointment, the doctor asked Lukbua when she was available to see him again for the next session, but they couldn’t agree on a time. What did the doctor suggest she do in order to recover from her illness?

Examples of new vocabulary: 1am, 7pm, midnight, what time, next, convenient, usually, appointment, patient, another, to change.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to talk about time.
How to ask about a different option.
How to recommend someone do something.
How to state what times you do something.
How to ask someone about their availability
How to ask if a certain time works for someone.
How to express what time you usually do something.
How to say someone no longer needs to do something.



Creamy Coconut 9: Aren’t You Jealous?
[duration: 35:59]
Storyline: Narin told her friend, Alisa, about her wonderful trip to Chiang Mai. Instead of being excited for her friend, Alisa boasted about the better experiences she had in her past trips abroad. But Narin didn’t seem to be bothered at all, why?

Examples of new vocabulary: Happy, lonely, hurt, excited, boring, jealous, to go on a trip, at first, strange, to be worth it, everyone.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to state a reason.
How to express your feelings or emotions.
How to compare two things with each other.
How to tell someone what you got to see or do.
How to say that it’s a shame something happened.
How to talk about where you went or what you did.
How to express that you want to do something again.
How to talk about a certain point of time in the past.



Creamy Coconut 10: I Will
[duration: 35:19]
Storyline: Pasta told her parents about her boyfriend’s recent marriage proposal. They were worried about her decision as her boyfriend had not been good to her. But Pasta seemed to lean toward saying “yes.” Could her parents stop her from making a mistake?

Examples of new vocabulary: Yesterday, every two weeks, in the past three years, recently, to get married, to quit, cigarettes.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask what time it is.
How to tell someone not to worry.
How to say when something happened.
How to state what someone told you.
How to persuade someone to do something.
How to state how long something occurred.
How to say when you’re going to do something.
How to ask for confirmation using question tags.
How to say something happens more often than before.



Creamy Coconut 11: The Special Guest
[duration: 36:42]
Storyline: Luuk-taan arrived at Tuay-fuu’s house only to find out that her friend wasn’t at home. But Tuay-fuu was kind enough to tell her friend to go ahead inside her house first. She even left the key for her. However, the key was nowhere to be found. Where was it?

Examples of new vocabulary: There, that way, above, behind, around, between, key, trash can, to forget, temple, the most.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say what you forgot to do.
How to ask someone to do something.
How to ask where something or someone is.
How to ask how someone is going to do something.
How to tell someone to go ahead and do something before you do.
How to describe where something or someone is using prepositions.
How to ask for confirmation when you’re uncertain if you should do something.
How to tell someone not to feel shy about doing something that could cause you trouble.

 



Creamy Coconut 12: The Bad Worker
[duration: 43:42]
Storyline: After Luuk-sawn’s boss scolded her for coming in late, she tried to persuade him that she was doing her best to come in on time, but he wouldn’t listen. So she tried to distract him by telling him about another employee’s misbehavior. How did the boss end up punishing both employees.

Examples of new vocabulary: To take a shower, to get dressed, to go to work, meeting, boss, newspaper, accident, urgently.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say what you never do.
How to wish someone good luck.
How to say someone often does something.
How to say that you need to do either x or y.
How to state the names of things in an office.
How to state the names of every day activities.
How to emphasize who or what you’re referring to
How to tell someone to wait until something happens.

 



Creamy Coconut 13: How I’ll Go to School
[duration: 41:18]
Storyline: Mom and Dad told Yee-waa about the car accident they had the previous night. The three discussed how Yee-waa would go to the university now that the car was under repair. Yee-waa objected to every idea her parents suggested. What did she want to do in the end?

Examples of new vocabulary: Bus, train, bicycle, to get on, to pick up, to turn, to be safe, anyway, line, seat, long time.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to describe what happened.
How to list excuses or complaints.
How to say what you’re about to do.
How to change the topic of conversation.
How to ask how you’re going to do something.
How to talk about getting public transportation.
How to say what would be happening had something else happened.
How to state the names of various vehicles and public transportations.

 



Creamy Coconut 14: The Lost Pieces
[duration: 33:59]
Storyline: Yada found out that her brother cooked fried tofu. Despite his lack of cooking skills, she was excited to try his creation. But before she could do it, someone else entered the kitchen. What happened after that?

Examples of new vocabulary: Soft, salty, spicy, sugar, ketchup, dry, to deep fry, to drop, to dip, to spread, to smell, floor.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask what it is you smell.
How to say the names of condiments.
How to suggest someone try something.
How to say what you’ve just finished doing.
How to describe food’s textures and flavors.
How to say what something should usually be.
How to complain that something is excessive.
How to exclaim that it’s a shame something happened.

 



Creamy Coconut 15: Never Enough
[duration: 39:20]
Storyline: Leighya and her boyfriend went on a date together. He tried to act romantic towards her throughout the date, but Leighya only acted annoyed with him. Could he make her become more sensitive and appreciate his effort to be romantic in the end?

Examples of new vocabulary: Rain, snow, wind, the moon, star, temperature, summer, all year round, foreign country, building, birthday.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to exclaim things.
How to ask what someone wants.
How to say the names of the seasons.
How to specify how you want something to be.
How to ask someone how something is possible.
How to say terms to refer to weather conditions.
How to point out what’s implied by some conditions.
How to ask someone if they want do something with you .
How to counter someone’s opinion by pointing out a fact.

 



Creamy Coconut 16: You’re Incredible!
[duration: 44:36]
Storyline: Saifon asked her friend, Mawk, about what he did in his free time and found out that he was great at many things. Not only that, after learning that she doesn’t have many skills or abilities like he did, he did something that impressed her even more. What did he do?

Examples of new vocabulary: To listen to music, to hike, to surf the internet, free time, things like that, sport, to suck at something.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to decline a compliment.
How to suggest someone do something.
How to tell someone about your hobbies.
How to say what you’re good and bad at.
How to offer to do something for someone.
How to say the names of hobbies and sports.
How to ask a question expecting multiple answers.
How to express your reaction to what someone tells you.
How to say that you can do something to a certain extent.
How to ask someone what they like to do in their free time.

 



Creamy Coconut 17: My Future Plan
[duration: 39:05]
Storyline: Gyoza had recently been heartbroken over a breakup with her boyfriend due to her weight gain. She consulted her best friend, Jelly, about what to do to next. Let’s find out what she decided to do.

Examples of new vocabulary: Breakfast, egg noodles, to stir-fry, to boil, weight, meal, type, question, to avoid, how long?, crazy.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to state what is the best option.
How to express how something sounds.
How to ask someone what you should do.
How to refer to various methods of cooking.
How to express something in a passive voice.
How to ask how long you should do something.
How to refer to types of rice, noodles, eggs and nuts.
How to express frustration when you hear something absurd.

 



Creamy Coconut 18: Usually Smart
[duration: 37:37]
Storyline: Jay asked a girl he liked out on a date. Then he let his nerves get the best of him and acted foolish around her. He tried to act smart and impress her later, but could he successfully rebuild his image?

Examples of new vocabulary: To push, exit, to close, dangerous, smart, door, to be nervous, to go down, escalator, downstairs, garbage.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to give directions.
How to ask where someone is going.
How to state the way something usually is.
How to ask if someone remembers something.
How to tell someone where you’ll meet them.
How to say expressions often written in signs.
How to express that you’re sure what something is.
How to say how long you have been doing something.
How to begin asking someone a question in a polite way.

 



Creamy Coconut 19: Where I’ve Been to
[duration: 41:54]
Storyline: Saichon asked his friend about her recent vacation to France. Upon hearing about the places she visited, he was very envious of her. But he himself had just been on a trip to the United States. Why wasn’t he satisfied?

Examples of new vocabulary: Shopping mall, school, bank, museum, bookstore, airport, what’s up?, news, location, photo, the truth.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say the names of places.
How to informally greet someone.
How to exclaim that you envy someone.
How to say you’ve only done something.
How to state what someone didn’t have to do.
How to ask what kind of places someone went to.
How to ask to make sure someone really didn’t do something.
How to tell someone that you’re going to tell them the truth.

 



Creamy Coconut 20: Give Me A Break
[duration: 36:57]
Storyline: Malisa asked her husband to finish fixing things around the house as quickly as possible so they could leave home to shop. As Thanu was feeling overwhelmed by the things he had to do, and reluctant to go buy the things his wife wanted, his daughter approached and asked him to take her on yet another shopping trip. What did these people want from him?

Examples of new vocabulary: Room, table, picture, window, washing machine, air conditioner, pencil, paper, to start, to fix, I’m joking, artwork.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say you’re only joking.
How to assert a point or argue.
How to informally ask someone to help you.
How to convince someone something won’t happen.
How to get someone to hurry up and do something.
How to ask someone what they’re going to use something for.
How to tell someone you’ll do one thing before doing something else.
How to say the names of things around the house and stationery items.

 



Creamy Coconut 21: Give Me Back My Bookcase
[duration: 40:36]
Storyline: Vegas was looking for his bookcase. It turned out that his sister, Penguin, had put it in the family bathroom to create more space for their toiletries. Vegas tried to get it back but Penguin insisted that it couldn’t be moved. Could they find a solution to this problem?

Examples of new vocabulary: Closet, bookcase, bed, pillow, faucet, toothbrush, perfume, other things, this much, Good point!, otherwise.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to suggest a solution.
How to exclaim that you have an idea.
How to state that someone made a good point.
How to say something is already in a certain state.
How to sarcastically ask someone what they want you to do.
How to say names of things in the bathroom and the bedroom.
How to state what would happen had something else happened.
How to ask someone if they’ve seen something you’re looking for.

 



Creamy Coconut 22: What We Have to Buy
[duration: 33:39]
Storyline: A newly-wed couple went to a shopping mall to buy things for their new house. In the kitchen appliance department, the wife tried to convince her husband to buy a number of items she considered essential but he always said “no.” However, there was one thing he thought was essential and wanted to buy. What was it? Did his wife approve?

Examples of new vocabulary: Refrigerator, coffee maker, fork, knife, glass, pot, pan, necessary, to wash, important, in vain, to waste money.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say what you already have.
How to say what is easy to find to buy.
How to state what you cannot do yourself.
How to say what you have to do no matter what.
How to state what you think would be a good idea.
How to suggest an alternative way to do something.
How to say the names of silverware, kitchenware and kitchen appliances.

 



Creamy Coconut 23: Shopping for the Whole Family
[duration: 37:17]
Storyline: Anakin went to a clothes shop and bought a lot of clothing items for his whole family. Before he left, the sales clerk persuaded him to get something for himself. His answer surprised her. What did he say?

Examples of new vocabulary: T-shirt, skirt, shorts, raincoat, jacket, pajamas, design, every, this one, body, background, inch, oneself.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say the names of clothing items.
How to say who you’re buying something for.
How to ask someone if they want anything else.
How to ask and state what’s the biggest size there is.
How to ask for the options available for a particular item.
How to ask if a store carries something you’re looking to buy.
How to persuade someone to do something in the form of a question.
How to remind someone of something they forgot about or didn’t realize.

 


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Creamy Coconut 24:The Most Unfortunate One
[duration: 40:58]
Storyline: Jack, an American guy, asked his Thai coworker, Sali about their company’s holidays. While Sali was educating Jack about Thai holidays, they found out that they both hated their birthdays. Why? However, neither of them had the most unfortunate birthday. Who did and why?

Examples of new vocabulary: Monday, Friday, weekday, public holiday, New Year’s day, birthday, anniversary, to complain, festival, to celebrate.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say that you weren’t asking.
How to ask when someone’s birthday is.
How to say the names of the months and holidays.
How to say how long you have to wait to do something.
How to state from what day to what day something lasts.
How to say that something is better than something else.
How to express your impatience in the form of a question.

 



Creamy Coconut 25: An Animal Lover
[duration: 35:29]
Storyline: Sherman invited her friend, Chai, to go feed ducks at the park near their school. On the way there, the two friends start having conversations about pets and animals. When posed a question of what animal he would like to have, Chai talked about his fantasies in a boastful manner. But it wasn’t convincing. Why?

Examples of new vocabulary: Dog, cat, monkey, butterfly, lion, dolphin, to feed, stupid, to be mean, to relax, to hug, stuffed animal.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say you’re only joking.
How to say the names of animals.
How to refer to someone’s childhood.
How to state that something seems fun.
How to say you want A but don’t mind B either.
How to tell someone to watch out for something.
How to invite someone to do something with you.
How to ask if someone has a pet and what kind of animal they have.

 



Creamy Coconut 26: Unlike Father, Unlike Son
[duration: 36:08]
Storyline: A nurse brought Lalita’s newborn son to her for breastfeeding. Lalita was overjoyed while appreciating her baby son for the first time. But after a while, she noticed that he looked nothing like her and her husband. Why?

Examples of new vocabulary: Head, face, eye, hair, symptom, to feel pain, it’s time to…, to be ready, cute, baby, to be born.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask if someone is ready.
How to say the names of body parts.
How to assume the reason for something.
How to ask someone about their symptoms.
How to state that it’s time to do something.
How to give someone words of encouragement.
How to exclaim that you’ve forgotten about something.
How to say that something is different from something else.

 



Creamy Coconut 27: A Perfect Start
[duration: 39:25]
Storyline: Panya had been experiencing some disturbing symptoms recently, so she went to see the doctor. The doctor diagnosed that she suffered from vitamin C deficiency and recommended that she eat more fruit and vegetables rich in vitamin C. Unfortunately, she hates fruit and vegetables. How will she change her eating habits?

Examples of new vocabulary: Fruit, banana, coconut, potato, tomato, mushroom, cabbage, blood, other things, health, to care.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to express an exception.
How to ask for a list of examples.
How to say that you expected something.
How to say the names of fruits and vegetables.
How to ask someone to reconfirm what he said.
How to ask if someone does something regularly.
How to say what someone needs to do in particular.
How to ask if there’s anything else besides what was stated.

 



Creamy Coconut 28: Accidental Revelation
[duration: 35:57]
Storyline: Mayom and her husband were trying to look for things that they rarely use to get rid of while organizing the house, but they always decided to keep everything. Finally, not only could they not find anything to throw away, the husband accidentally revealed a shocking secret. What was it?

Examples of new vocabulary: Glasses, watch, sandals, plastic bag, wallet, rarely, to throw away, to be messy, to be out of order.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say whose fault it is.
How to say what you’ll keep something for.
How to state that you agree with someone’s idea.
How to ask for confirmation that you can do something.
How to change the focus of attention to something else.
How to suggest an idea that you and someone do something.
How to say the names of accessories and different kinds of shoes and bags.

 



Creamy Coconut 29: What I Want to Be When I Grow Up
[duration: 40:01]
Storyline: A teacher asked her elementary student, Nutshell, what she wanted to be in the future. She named a lot of impressive occupations, but all for disappointing reasons. The teacher pointed out a disadvantage of each occupation and told her the secret of being successful in any career. What did the student decide she wanted to be in the end?

Examples of new vocabulary: Teacher, doctor, artist, entrepreneur, pilot, owner, to develop, without, occupation, to be famous, to succeed.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to reject someone’s suggestion.
How to ask what someone wants to be.
How to state the names of occupations.
How to say something applies to all cases.
How to suggest that something else should work better.
How to state an alternative, in case the first choice isn’t possible.
How to say that something is necessary to make something else happen.

 


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Creamy Coconut 30: Where I’ll Stay
[duration: 39:10]
Storyline: Kawngkwan her parents for opinions on where she should live, on or off campus. Her parents had different points of view but it didn’t matter because she already had an answer in mind. What was her plan?

Examples of new vocabulary: Safety, convenience, love, knowledge, lazy, stingy, dormitory, to rent, to feel cramped, back and forth.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask someone for their opinion.
How to emphasize what is the problem.
How to say that you’re too lazy to do something.
How to say that A is much better compared to B.
How to exclaim that someone made a good point.
How to describe someone’s personality using the prefix “ขี้”.
How to say that there’s no need for someone to do something.
How to express abstract nouns such as cleanliness, love, happiness.

 


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Creamy Coconut 31: My Dream House
[duration: 41:42]
Storyline: Baicha and Gaafae talked about their dream houses. Baicha wanted to live in the forest while Gaafae preferred next to the beach. Gaafae tried to convince his sister that living in the forest wasn’t a good idea. Why and could he change her mind?

Examples of new vocabulary: North, East, ocean, beach, paradise, angel, flood, waterfall, as if, in time, to protect, possibility, to hike.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to exclaim your suspicion.
How to say what you would do.
How to compare things using simile
How to say that it’s time for something.
How to say that there’s a chance of something happening.
How to state terms used for the geographical features of nature.
How to state terms used for various supernatural beings as well as natural phenomena

 


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Creamy Coconut 32: Nothing Serious
[duration: 41:30]
Storyline: Pizza asked Pasta where she was since he didn’t see her at school the day before. Pasta told him that she had been having a stomachache and went to the doctor but she said that it wasn’t something serious. However, what she had was actually cancer. Why did she say it wasn’t something serious?

Examples of new vocabulary: heart, brain, stomach, to have a headache, to cough, saliva, tear, urine, to skip school, cancer, surgery.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say what you have to do.
How to say that something isn’t serious.
How to ask someone where they have been.
How to say the names of common symptoms and aches.
How to say the names of internal organs and body waste.
How to correct someone’s misunderstanding of your question.
How to say what happened immediately after something else happened.

 


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Creamy Coconut 33: The Ultimate Plan
[duration: 38.59]
Storyline: A teacher found out that one of his students was not taking many classes, nor did she like the ones she was taking. When he asked her why, the student told him that it was because she wouldn’t need them for the entrance exams. Despite her seeming lack of enthusiasm in her studies, she was actually determined at what she wanted to become. What is it?

Examples of new vocabulary: Line, paragraph, space, mathematics, science, music, history, psychology, politics, grammar, pronunciation.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to state what you plan to do.
How to tell someone what they can do instead.
How to ask if something is the reason for something else.
How to say the names of academic subjects and fields of study.
How to express that at least something isn’t the worst case scenario.
How to say that A is still better than B, though they’re both not preferable.

 

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