In my senior year, he gave me such a good reference, I was able to get into a master's program.
Eventually, I became a grad student and a TA.
Let's see which words you heard.
Okay. So, "advisor", nope. Let's go through this... We have the word "registrar", check.
We have the word "enroll". Did we put that there? Okay, nope.
Okay, we have the word "undergrad", check. We have the word "hit the books".
"Ace the test", do we have that? Yes, we do. Perfect.
"Cram", "pull an all-nighter", I said that. We have the word "instructor" again.
Do we have the word "instructor" here? Yes. Perfect. We have the word "marks".
I said the word "dean", "senior", in my senior year.
We have the word "master's", but it's not here. Okay, and we have the word "TA" and "grad student".
So, hopefully you were able to hear all of those words.
This is, again, very good practice, if you are taking the TOEFL, the IELTS, or you are going to be in university,
because you are going to hear conversations that use all of these words very frequently.
So you can come visit our website atwww.engvid.com.
There, you can actually take a quiz to see how many of these words you know,
and you can really, like, see them again, see their definitions, and it can really help you with this.
So, until next time, take care.