AEE 453: 6 English Questions that Will Make You Think on New Year’s Eve

New Year's English questions

It’s New Year’s Eve. Tomorrow is officially 2016.

It’s time to reflect on 2015.

It’s time to look back on our year and think ahead to next year.

How do we want things to be different?

What can we change?

Today you’ll get six English questions that will make you think on New Year’s Eve.

Question #1: What was an unexpected obstacle from 2015?

“One thing I didn’t expect to run into was getting sick so much.”

 

Question #2: What was an unexpected joy in 2015?

“I was surprised and thrilled to participate in the Flags on 48 Expedition.”

 

Question #3: Use three words to describe 2015

“The three words I think of when I think of 2015 are…wedding, teaching, and learning”

 

Question #4: What was your biggest personal change from January to December?

“The thing that has changed the most about me is that I am thinking more about word choice and how that affects my confidence.”

 

Question #5: What was your single biggest time waster in 2015 and what is your plan to reduce or eliminate this?

“I spent a little too much time watching TV.”

“I wasted my time checking my email too much.”

 

Question #6: Who are the five people you spend the most time with? Is there anything you want to change about that?

“I spend a lot of time hanging out with ____”

 

Leave your responses to these questions in the comments below.

Let us know your thoughts and resolutions!

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