50min 1,600 Points
I created a new lesson based on the renowned book, "The Guinness Book of World Records 2018". By reading the brief English descriptions, you will try to guess what new records were recently broken by answering the multiple-choice questions.
Although I think this exercise will be fun and informative for everyone, I recommend this lesson for intermediate and advanced English students. Why not challenge yourself to my new "Guinness Book of World Records 2018" lesson? I think you will be pleasantly surprised with the information that you'll learn during the lesson. Let's learn and practice English the fun and exciting way!
Thank you for reading my lesson description. I hope you find the above lesson intriguing. Why not challenge your mind to a fun brain teaser? Hope to see you sometime soon!
PS: The above answer is b.) freefall. Did you get it right?
(Patricia Ayame Thomson)
Hello! My name is Patricia Ayame Thomson but you can call me Lady Ayame. [Introduction:] ~ I was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan until I was 18 yrs old. While in Japan, I was a campaign model for S...
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