Working together in English – Easy Learning English (ELE)

Working together in English

Working together in English
Basic words and sentences
It’s time for learning English…
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 basic courses are 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 Eight
  • Introductions working together
  • A new situation for conversation.
  • This is an English class and the teacher get start to asking from the new students.
  • Hello everybody! My name’s ShaPour and I’m your tutor.
  • So, Say your names, please.
  • Stand up in alphabetical order and say your names.
  • Hello, My name’s Adrian.
  • Hi everyone, My name’s Bob.
  • Hey, My name’s Cherry.
  • Hi everybody, MY name’s Rosa.
  • Where are you from, Adrian? I’m come from Italy.
  • So, you’re an Italian. Nice to meet you Adrian.
  • Is it your nickname Bob, or it’s your real first name?
  • Oh my gosh, how did you get it? Yeah, it’s my nickname.
  • So, what’s your real name?
  • It’s Nicolasiouvich, it’s long and hard to pronounce, so all of my friends call me Bob.
  • It’s easy this way to pronounce and remember.
  • Glad to meet you, Bob.
  • So, where are you from?
  • I think so, you must be Russian.
  • Yeah right, I’m from Russia. I’m happy to be here for learning English.
  • You’re welcome.
  • And where are you from, Cherry?
  • I’m from Germany.
  • Nice to see you here Cherry and welcome too.
  • It’s a nice name, Rosa, where are you from?
  • I’m from China and Rosa is also my nickname because of my chinse name is long, we usually choose a nickname to be use easy for the other people to remember.
  • That’s pretty good and thank you for you’re being here at the class.
  • Welcome to all of you, nice to meet you all.
  • So, let’s get to start our first lesson with a practical practice at the class.
  • Can you write a brief conversation about greetings on a paper?
  • please do that and write me down on a page.
  • You can use from these sentences that I write on the board.
  • Try to make a short story and create a new situation like you’re acting on stage.
  • where are you from?
  • where is he from?           –>  Where’s he from?
  • where is she from?         –>  Where’s she from?
  • where is your father from?
  • Where are your family from?
  • where is your friend from?
  • where is your wife from?
  • where is your husband from?
  • Where are these guys from?
  • You can also add up,
  • Ask and answer questions with a partner about the students in your class.
  • Introduce your partner to the class and get start to talk.
  • She’s from Taiwan.
  • He’s from Brazil.
  • They’re from Italy.
  • For example, I make you now a brief conversation with a different situation.
  • Hello, Marry.
  • I’m fine, thanks. And you?
  • Pretty good, thanks.
  • It’s Jane.
  • Hi, Marry. How are you?
  • just fine. OH, It’s you.
  • I know you well. I saw you before at a party.
  • How are you children?  —  How are the children?
  • They’re fine. sorry can’t remember you.
  • Okay, doesn’t matter.
  • Anyhow nice to meet you.
  • Nice to meet you again.
  • How do you know her, Mary?
  • Exactly I don’t know where but I think it was at a party!
  • Okay, 20 minutes for each one of you to make a scene with a brief greetings conversation. Get start, please.
  • Okay, It’s over. The time is over, put away your pens, hand in your papers, please.
  • So, it’s time to start another practical practice with use of simple question answers.
  • Write the names of people in your family.
  • And start to ask and answer questions with a partner.
  • I mean, work in pair.
  • Help each other and make an interesting conversation in a new situation.
  • You can ask and use these simple questions too
  • What’s your mother’s name?
  • What’s your sister’s name?
  • And so on.
  • Show each other a picture of your families if you have.
  • And get start to ask about it.
  • Who’s that? who’s he? how’s she?
  • What’s his name? what’s his name again, please?
  • Where are your mom from?
  • where are your dad from?
  • How many brothers and sisters do you have?
  • How many siblings do you have?
  • Don’t worry about make mistakes.
  • Try to ask slowly and clearly first so after a while you see you’re asking so fast and it would be easy for all of you.
  • So just practice with your partner and follow the rules.
  • And our rules are so simple.
  • Just use the words and sentences that we’ve learned till now.
  • Ok, start please.
  • And for you who are reading our lessons by net.
  • Make a new topic about greetings, Please.
  • And write some useful sentences and phrases you know.
  • And leave like a comment at the bottom of the page.
  • Good Luck & With Best Wishes for all of you
? let’s keep going with much more practice in the next post
? End of Lesson Zero – Part eight
Good Luck.
ShaPour KhodaParast
Founder of ELE (Easy Learning English)

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