1) Ways to change the world
2) Debate on spending caps
3) Using capital letters
2. grammar skills in conversation
2) -> At the end of the semester, students choose topics and prepare for debating in Mr. Johnson’s class. It is a great opportunity to talk with friends and share information in that we usually study reading or listening materials. When you hope to make debating classes more fun, exciting, and beneficial, I recommend you to choose a topic that you are really interested in. Talking about what you love the most encourages you to find more information and organize them in a logical way. Conversation skills naturally improve if you own a strong will to participate in debating.
In addition to the debate, Mr. Johnson’s class dealt with grammar rules that are important but easy to confuse. Those grammar rules are not only important in writing, but important in speaking as well. Sentences are fluent and easy to understand when they make sense. The whole story becomes persuasive with close connections between sentences and sentences. As my dream is to become a lawyer, persuasive speaking skills are what I need. Even if three hundred years go by, important and famous address with excellent words that empathize with audience will remain and continue to give strong impression to people.