New Pattern of Practice – Easy Learning English (ELE)

New Pattern of Practice

New Pattern of Practice

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Shapour Khodaparast at LELB SocietyEasy Learning English Series   

Article: A Basic Education Course for adult learners

Written by ShaPour KhodaParast

ShaPour KhodaParast presents you How We Can Easily Talk in English.

This course of study is designed for adult learners with basic knowledge of English.

This series of the basic course is useful for learning and speaking English as a foreign language.

? Let’s get started!

? Basic words and sentences that we need to know in our class.

? Unit Zero – Part seven

  • New Pattern of Practice
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  • It’s your turn.
  • Your turn to talk.
  • It’s your turn to start.
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  • Write your first name on a card.
  • On the back of the card write your last name.
  • Work in groups. Show your partners the back of your card.
  • And ask her/him to guess what your first name is.
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  • Could I have your name?
  • May I have your name?
  • Would you tell me your name?
  • Could you tell me your name?
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  • Could I have your name again?
  • May I have your name again?
  • Would you tell me your name again?
  • Could you tell me your name again?
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  • Could I have your address?
  • May I have your address?
  • Would you tell me your address?
  • Could you tell me your address?
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  • Could I have your email, please?
  • May I have your email, please?
  • Would you tell me your email, please?
  • Could you tell me your email, please?
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  • Could I have your telephone number?
  • May I have your telephone number?
  • Would you tell me your telephone number?
  • Could you tell me your telephone number?
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  • Could I have your dad’s name and address?
  • May I have your dad’s name?
  • Would you tell me your dad’s name?
  • Could you tell me your dad’s name?
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  • Could you tell me the truth?
  • Could you tell me clearly?
  • Could you tell me your real full name?
  • Could you tell me your full name, clearly?
  • Could you clearly tell me your full name?
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  • May I know your real name?
  • May I know what your real name is?
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  • Would you tell me your real name?
  • Would you tell me your real age?
  • Would you tell me what your real age is?
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  • Would you do me a favor and just tell me the truth?
  • Would you do me a favor and tell me your full name, please?
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  • Would you do me a favor and tell me who you really are?
  • Would you do me a favor and tell me who are you really?
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  • Do me a favor and tell me your name loudly.
  • Do me a favor and tell me your full name loudly, please.
  • Please, do me a favor and tell me your nickname loudly.
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  • Can you raise your voice?
  • Can you raise a bit of your voice?
  • Can you raise your voice, please?
  • Can you raise a bit of your voice, please?
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  • Can you raise your voice?
  • Can you raise your voice up?
  • Can you up your voice?
  • Can you raise a bit of your voice, please?
  • Can you raise a bit of your voice up, please?
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  • You see there is a lot of noise and I can’t hear your voice well.
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  • Would you raise your voice up, please?
  • Would you tell me your name, please?
  • Would you tell me your name loudly, please?
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  • Would you do me a favor to finish the class now, please?
  • With my pleasure. ?

? let’s keep going with much more practice in the next post

? End of Lesson Zero – Part seven

Good Luck.

ShaPour KhodaParast

Founder of ELE (Easy Learning English)

www.myele.org

easy.learning.english.ele@gmail.com

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