Have you ever been to IKEA? Can you name all the furniture they have in English. Well, we're going to give it a try.
In this lesson, we wander the massive aisles of IKEA and show you some of the different items they have. Watch and see if you can name everything in the lesson.
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IKEA is a good market to buying more parts for home , so I visited it before because we have many branches here in our country , really I like bookshelf, it's fit to keep the great books and I like swivel chair it was amazing when my teacher playing on it . Thanks for your cooperative.
Thanks for the suggestion. We'll keep that in mind as we make more speaking practice lessons. Those were actually some of the first lessons we created. Looking back on them, there are definitely some adjustments we'd like to make. But your suggestion is a great idea. 😃 👍
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