After a period of operation, E-club has acquired a few permanent members, however, every E-club session welcomes new faces, and that’s really great. We can assume this is a good sign because more people are starting to take an interest in practicing their English speaking skills.

Here are a few topics that have been discussed by the E-club recently. Please take a look!

E-club took us back to childhood with the topic "Ticket to childhood". Participants had no difficulty recounting in English what they had experienced as children. With open-ended questions from the host, we took turns talking about where we grew up, the games we used to play, our childhood friends, and our vivid memories. Most of us are children raised in different regions, so it is quite interesting to hear about other people's childhoods.

In order for participants to talk a lot without limited information, the topics of E-club often revolve around life. Coming to the topic "Weather", the members reviewed the English names of some weather phenomena and some commonly used vocabulary in this field. Diving into the topic, participants discussed the relationship between weather and people. A nice weather makes us happy, and cloudy weather may make us depressed without energy. Taking turns analyzing and giving real examples, all participants unanimously agreed that mood and behavior can be affected by weather.

A topic that is also close to daily life was organized, called "Do we need a hobby?". To warm up the atmosphere, we join in a word-guessing game. Each group appoints one person to describe the words, the rest try to guess that one. After the warm-up, the members continued to tell each other about their leisure pursuits. We talked about why we started, why it became our hobby, when we started doing it, and what we think it's beneficial to do. Everyone has at least one hobby.

English is like any other language in the world, the main purpose of each language is to communicate and convey messages to others. But to be able to convey that fully, easily, and effectively, we need to practice using that language well. We can start with familiar topics revolving around daily life, such as activities, weather, hobbies, etc. Then, from there, improve with specialized vocabulary on that topic.

Join us on the journey to practice speaking English!

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