4.7.2: Lesson 7 — The Presidents of the U.S.A.

This lesson will include information about the presidents of the United States of America in chronological order.  While this topic is informative in itself, these lessons will help build American English listening and reading skills as well.  Please make sure to pay close attention to the following materials and don’t forget to share your insights and what you’ve learned in the comments section below.

Directions: Listen to the audio and read the text below one or more times.


Directions: Watch the video and take the quiz below to check your understanding. After you finish, please share your insights and what you’ve learned in the comments section below.

Click here to take test: https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/3780301/p1.html?isEmbedded=True

2 thoughts on “4.7.2: Lesson 7 — The Presidents of the U.S.A.

  1. 4.7.2: Lesson 7
    The Presidents of U.S.A
    ” John Quincy Adams: Stubborn.
    In the quiz of this lesson, I got 60%, again which is not a good score. Will try best in future.

  2. 4.7.2: Lesson 7- The Presidents of United States.
    ” John Quincy Adams”
    john Quincy Adam was the sixth president of united states, serving from 1825 to 1829. john Quincy was the son of the second president of united states, John Adams. Her mother specially raised her son to serve his country. John Quincy Adam did not disappoint his mother. He learned to speak at least four languages and read Greek and Latin. Stories confirm that Quincy Adam was a brilliant boy and young man, but did not want to compromise his ideas, he was poor politician and excellent diplomate. He was a lawyer, diplomate, senator and secretary state before becoming president. He was known for his strong support of American expansionism and the development of infrastructure. he signed the Tarif of 1828, which protected American industries but was unpopular in the south. His popularity declined as a result of his lenient approach towards Native Americans, when he supported against the demands of West world settlers. John Quincy Adam died on February 23,1848, in Washington, D.C. John Quincy Adam was a complex figure with a significant impact on American history.

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