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Warm up for English

Shapour Khodaparast at LELB Society

Easy Learning English Series 

Article: A Basic Education Course for Adult Learners

Written by 

ShaPour KhodaParast presents you How We Can Easily Speak English.

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

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

📖 Let’s get started!

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

📖 Unit Zero – part three

  • Let’s warm up ourselves with this lesson.
  • Warm up.
  • I’m going to warm up you.
  • I’m going to warm you up.       —>    This way is being used more than the above.
  • Just warm up yourself.
  • Just warm up yourself with these easy .
  • It’s time to warm up yourself.
  • It’s time to warm up yourself for training.
  • It’s time to warm up yourself for the class.
  • It’s time to warm up yourselves with new easy words in English.
  • It’s time to begin.
  • It’s time to begin the class.
  • It’s time to begin the meeting.
  • It’s time to begin the work.
  • It’s time to .
  • It’s time to open your eyes.
  • It’s time to open the windows.
  • It’s time to go.
  • It’s time to .
  • It’s time to go school.
  • It’s time to go out.
  • Use the right word.
  • Use the right verb.
  • Use the right phrase.
  • Use the right subject.
  • Use the right book.
  • Use the right words.
  • Use the right verbs.
  • Use the right phrases.
  • Choose the right words.
  • Choose the right verbs.
  • Choose the right phrases.
  • Read the text. Choose the right words.
  • Read the text. Choose the right words and write them.
  • Read the text. Choose the right words and write them on the lines.
  • Read the text. Use the right words and write them on the board.
  • Read the book.
  • Read the newspaper.
  • Read the story.
  • the board.
  • Look at the pictures.
  • Look at the board and read the text.
  • Look at the notice board and read it.
  • Look at the newspaper and read the page one.
  • Look at the pictures and read the story.
  • Write some words about the pictures.
  • Write some words about the story.
  • Write some words about yourself.
  • Write some words about your teacher.
  • Write some words about your .
  • Write some words about your school.
  • Write some words about your friends.
  • Write some words about your parents.
  • Write some words about your kids.
  • Write some words about your children.
  • Write some words about your kids if you have.
  • Write some words about your children if you have.
  • Write some words about your city.
  • Write some words about the city you live in.
  • Write some words about your wife or husband if you have any.
  • Write some words about your life.
  • Write some words about your .
  • Look at the pictures and read the story again.
  • Write some words about the story again.
  • Write some words to complete the sentences about the story.
  • You can use 1,2 or 3 words.
  • Look at the book and read page 5.
  • Write some words about page five.
  • Write some other words, about page 5 if you can.
  • Look at the book and read lesson 4.
  • Look at page 5, line 6. What’s it is written?       —>   What’s written?

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

📖 End of Lesson Zero – Part three

 Good Luck.

ShaPour KhodaParast

Founder of ELE (Easy Learning English)

www.easylearningenglish.ir

easy.learning.english.ele@gmail.com

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