Practical Conversation 2 with Easy Learning English – ELE

Practical Conversation 2

Practical Conversation 2

It’s time to learn English…

Shapour Khodaparast at LELB SocietyBasic words and sentences

Easy 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 six

  • Other Practical Conversations
  • Let me introduce myself.
  • Let me introduce myself. My name’s Robert Andrews.
  • How do you do? I’m Sara Riverton.
  • Sorry, what’s your name again!?
  • It’s Sara Riverton.
  • How do you do? It’s nice to meet you.
  • It’s very nice to meet you.
  • I’m really pleased you’re here.
  • It’s nice to meet you.
  • It’s very nice to meet you.
  • It’s glad to meet you.
  • It’s very glad to meet you.
  • Nice to meet you.
  • Very nice to meet you.
  • Glad to meet you.
  • Very glad to meet you.
  • Could I have your name, please? It’s Paine, John Paine.
  • Could I have your first name? It’s Paine.
  • Can you say that slowly, please?
  • It’s Paine. My name is Paine, P – a – I – n – e.
  • May I know
  • May I know your name!?
  • May I know your name, please!?
  • May I know you!?
  • May I know you, please.!?
  • My name is Kelly and his name is Larry. We are from Liverpool in the UK.
  • Helen and Smith are teachers. They are my friends.
  • The teacher is over there. Look at him.
  • What’s his first name? What’s his last name?
  • Do you know him? Do you know his full name?
  • Good morning everyone.
  • Good morning teacher.
  • Where’s the register, Ah, here it is.
  • Who is Helen?
  • I am.
  • Who is Cris?
  • It’s me. I’m Cris.
  • So, you’re from Italy.
  • No, I’m from Spain.
  • Welcome to our English class, both of you.
  • Cris is from Spain, and she’s your sister!? —>The way you pronounce this sentence makes it a question way
  • No, no, she’s not my sister.
  • She is from Madrid and I’m not from Madrid. I’m from Valencia.
  • Oh, okay. And who are Ramon Petit and Lara Petit?
  • We are.
  • I’m sure you’re brother and sister.
  • No, we aren’t, Ramon is my husband and I’m her wife.
  • Wow, ok. You’re married. Great. You’re very young. How old are you? Twenty-three!?
  • No, no. I’m twenty-nine and Lara is twenty-eight.
  • Oh, ok. And where are you from?
  • We’re are from Paris in France.
  • Welcome to our English class, and I’m very happy to see all of you in this class.
  • Do you know the teacher’s first name?
  • Do you know the teacher’s last name?
  • Do you and a classmate have the same first name?
  • Do you and a classmate have the same last name?
  • Greeting people informally.
  • Practice greeting people informally.
  • How are you today? = how are things?
  • How are you doing?
  • How are you doing today?
  • How are things with you?
  • How is everything with you?
  • How is it going?
  • What’s up?
  • Great / good / pretty good / terrific / very well / Just fine / pretty well / fine
  • I’m your instructor today. My name’s Robert Simpson. But please, call me Bob.
  • And what’s your name? My name’s Jack Smith.
  • And how are you today, Jack? Fine, thanks.
  • So, let’s get started. Are you ready?
  • Yeah, let’s go!

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

? End of Lesson Zero – Part six

 Good Luck.

ShaPour KhodaParast

Founder of ELE (Easy Learning English)


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