Fun Easy English March Classroom
Spring Has Arrived

Grammar this month focuses on nouns and pronouns. Pronunciation lessons continue with vowels. Learn a few new reductions.
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March Classroom Schedule
Date Main Lessons Additional Lessons
March 1 Grammar: tense The Best Barbecue
March 2 Grammar: aspect Pets Are Family, Too!
March 3 Grammar: countable nouns Visit to Peru
March 4 Reductions: hafta and hasta The Big Snow
March 5 Grammar: non-countable nouns Run! Bees!
March 6 Slang: letter C Save the Bees!
March 7 Grammar: proper nouns Made for Each Other
March 8 Vocabulary: fruits and vegetables Before and After
March 9 Reductions: oughta Find Your Joy!
March 10 Grammar: possessive nouns Flour Baby, Part 1
March 11 Slang: letter D Flour Baby, Part 2
March 12 Pronunciation: lesson 8 Movie Night
March 13 Reductions: wanna The Test Drive
March 14 Grammar: singular nouns Trash to Treasure, Part 1
March 15 Alphabet writing: letter E Trash to Treasure, Part 2
March 16 Vocabulary: word groups Rock Star
March 17 Reductions: gimme I Feel Super!
March 18 Grammar: plural nouns Only Human
March 19 Pronunciation: lesson 9 Look-alikes
March 20 Vocabulary: homonyms Fish out of Water
March 21 Pronunciation: lesson 10 For the Birds
March 22 Reductions: lemme Where There's Smoke...
March 23 Alphabet writing: letter F Dream a Little Dream
March 24 Alphabet writing: letter G Formal Greetings and Farewells
March 25 Pronunciation: lesson 11 Informal Greetings and Farewells
March 26 Grammar: demonstrative pronouns Formal Introductions
March 27 Grammar: indefinite pronouns Informal Introductions
March 28 Grammar: intensive pronouns Time
March 29 Grammar: interrogative pronouns A Telephone Call
March 30 Idioms: letter C Happiness
March 31 Idioms: letter D Ordering a Meal
Holiday Reading Comprehension Lessons

Read about some of the many holidays occurring this year. Each holiday has a reading comprehension test to check your English language reading ability. Visit the reading pages for holidays lessons and many more Fun Easy English reading lessons including conversation practice, stuff about America, interesting stories and even a little bit of science.
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