Fun Easy English Classroom February 28
 
 
 
 

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Today


Discuss the
importance
of sex
Importance of Sex

Today in the Fun Easy English classroom we are continuing Love and Relationship Month in the with a discussion about the importance of sex. People think about and talk about this important topic. Today in the classroom you can decide if you need sex to be happy and post a comment with your thoughts.
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Importance of Sex
Hi. In the classroom today you will learn a little about sex.

Sexual intercourse is the act in which the male penis enters the female vagina.

Traditionally, intercourse has been viewed as the natural endpoint of all sexual contact between a man and a woman.

The meaning of the term intercourse includes at least three different sex acts.

Vaginal intercourse

Oral intercourse

Anal intercourse

Vaginal intercourse involves penetration of the vagina by the penis.

Oral intercourse, or oral sex, refers to sexual activities involving the use of the mouth, and may include the use of the tongue, teeth, and throat.

People may engage in oral sex as part of foreplay before sexual intercourse, or during or following intercourse.

It may also be performed for its own sake.

Cunnilingus refers to oral sex performed on a woman.

Cunnilingus is the act of using the mouth, lips, and tongue to stimulate the female genitals.

Fellatio refers to oral sex performed on a man.

Fellatio is the act of using the mouth, lips, and tongue to stimulate the male penis and genitals.

It may be performed to induce orgasm and ejaculation of semen.

It can also be used as foreplay before vaginal or anal forms of intercourse.

Anal intercourse involves insertion of the male's penis into his partner's anus.

In human sexual behavior, foreplay is a set of intimate psychological and physical acts between two or more people meant to increase sexual arousal.

Foreplay involves different acts such as kissing, touching, embracing, talking, and teasing.

Of the various forms of foreplay, the most common includes fellatio and cunnilingus.

An orgasm, or sexual climax, is often the conclusion of sexual activities.

An orgasm may be experienced by both males and females.

An orgasm is characterized by intense physical pleasure.

The importance of sex is not the same for everyone.

Some people need sex many times a day to be happy.

Others are satisfied if they only engage in sex a few times a month.

Do you need sex to be happy?

Until next time.
From YOUR Teacher: Importance of Sex

Hey there is a lot I want to say about this topic but decided not to say anything except....yes sex is very important.
Survey: Do you need sex to be happy?

People all have different thinking about sex. Some people need sex much more than others.
Decide if you need sex to be happy on the survey below
and post a comment at the bottom of this page.
 
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  • Conversation Lesson - Intermediate Level. Let's Learn English conversation lesson with a conversation video, a video script, audio listening practice, and a new words section.
Conversation Lesson 7 - Tip Your Tour Guide
(Intermediate - Conversation, Listening, Reading)

In this lesson Anna and Penelope are on a tour boat. A nice young man tells them many Fun Facts about Washington, D.C. But where are his parents?
Lesson Video

Watch the video and then read the video script.
Video Script

Anna: Penelope, the Lincoln Memorial is coming up on your left!
Boy: You’re going to love my Lincoln Memorial Fun Fact!
Anna: Oh, please tell us!
Boy: On a wall inside the memorial, the word “FUTURE” was carved wrong! They carved “EUTURE”!
Anna: Well, we all make mistakes.
Boy: Yeah, but this mistake was carved in stone!
Anna: You’re right. That is pretty bad. Here’s another dollar!
Penelope: More fun facts, please! (Crossing the river) I love riding over bridges! The water looks so pretty from here!
Anna: Penelope, this is amazing! A minute ago, we were riding along the river, and now we’re riding in the river! Awesome.
Penelope: Hey, we’re passing by the Pentagon on our right!
Anna: Penelope, you love riding over the water on a bridge. But I love riding under a bridge in a boat!
Penelope: Anna, look! An airplane is flying right over our heads!
Anna: Wow! This is the closest I’ve ever been to an airplane in flight. Well, I’ve been inside a flying airplane. But not outside of an airplane as it flies over my head!
Penelope: And now we’re driving out of the water. I still can’t believe this thing drives and sails!
Anna: I know. It’s amazing.
Boy: After we ride along these railroad tracks, you’ll see my favorite part of the tour! The U.S. Treasury where they make money!
Penelope: Look, the U.S. Capitol is coming up!
Boy: I have a great Fun Fact about the U.S. Capitol.
Penelope: What is it?
Boy: There are tunnels under the Capitol. They connect the Capitol and office buildings of lawmakers.
Anna: I bet they built them years ago for secret reasons!
Boy: No. The lawmakers did not want to walk around outside in bad weather.
Anna: Oh.
Penelope: We’re back at Union Station!
Boy: Do you want to know a creepy Fun Fact about Union Station? (he points to Union Station)
Penelope: The creepier the better!
Boy: Many years ago, inside Union Station, there was a funeral home!
Anna: A funeral home?! You mean, for dead people?!
Boy: Do you know another kind of funeral home?
Anna: No!
Boy: Well, I’ve gotta run!
Anna: Thanks for giving us the great tour!
Anna: Captain, that was awesome! And your son is a great tour guide!
Captain: What son?
Anna: Him.
Captain: I’ve never seen that boy in my life! See ya, ladies!
Professor Bot: I learned many new Fun Facts in this lesson. Did you learn about prepositions?
Here’s a list of all the prepositions used in this lesson. Wow! That’s a lot! I know, let’s not read them. Let’s sing them! Hit it, boys! Take it away singers!
Listening

Now practice listening to only the audio portion of the conversation.
since at through
aboard behind to
about by near
across for of
ahead from on
around in until
over like with
Prepositions
aboard on or into (a train, ship, etc.)
about used to indicate the object of a thought, feeling, or action
across from one side to the other side of (something)
around on all sides of (something or someone)
at used to indicate the place where someone or something is
behind in or to a place at the back of or to the rear of (someone or something)
by close to or next to (something or someone)
for used to indicate the thing that something is meant to be used with
from used to indicate the starting point of a physical movement or action
in (inside) used to indicate location or position within something
out (outside) used to indicate that a person or animal is moving from the inside of a building, room, etc., to the outside
like similar to (something or someone)
near close to (something or someone)
of belonging to, relating to, or connected with (someone or something)
on touching and being supported by the top surface of (something)
over from, to, or at a place that is higher than (someone or something)
through into one side and out the other side of (something)
to used to indicate the place, person, or thing that someone or something moves toward
until up to (a particular time) — used to indicate the time when a particular situation, activity, or period ends
with used to say that people or things are together in one place
New Words
  • carve - v. to make (something, such as a sculpture or design) by cutting off pieces of the material it is made of
  • creepy - adj. strange, scary or causing people to feel nervous and afraid
  • funeral home - n. a place where dead people are prepared for burial or cremation and where wakes and funerals are held
  • security gate - n. the area in a place (such as an airport or building) where people are checked to make sure they are not carrying weapons or other illegal materials​
  • stone - n. a hard substance that comes from the ground and is used for building or carving
  • tunnel - n. a passage that goes under the ground or through a hill
Conversation Lessons

Study all 30 English intermediate conversation lessons. Let's Learn English conversation lessons each with a conversation video, a video script, audio listening practice, and a new words section. These lessons are for intermediate students.
Conversation Lessons

Study all 52 English beginner conversation lessons. Let's Learn English conversation lessons each with a conversation video, a video script, audio listening practice, video speaking practice, video pronunciation practice, a new words section, and a writing activity. These lessons are for beginning students.
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