It’s time for learning English…

It’s time for learning English…
Basic words and sentences Part One

A new educational way of learning English just based on speaking

Posted 8 months ago by Odentall

It’s time for learning English…

Basic words and sentences

 

Easy Learning English Series

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 One

 

  • My name is ShaPour. What's your name?
  • My first name is ShaPour. What's your first name?
  • My family’s name is KhodaParast. What's your family name?
  • My last name is KhodaParast. What's your last name?
  • My family’s name is KhodaParast. What’s your family’s name?

 

family name = last name                      ⇒                     ✅ There is no difference.

family’s name = The name of the family

( = )        we say this (=)equal

 

The Family name is equal to the last name or you can say the last name is equal to a family name, there is no difference.

Even you can say this way, the last name means the family name or family name means the last name.

So, the equal words show they are synonyms.

 

( = )       ⇒   we say this sign is named "equal".

( = )       ⇒   we call it in English "equal". 

  • What do you call this in English?                  ( = )
  • What do you say about this in English?       ( = )

 

🍎 for example: (+, -)

  • What do you call this in English?              ( + )
  • What do you call that in English?             ( + )
  • What do you say that in English?             ( - )
  • What do you say about this in English?   ( - )
  • What do you say about that in English?  ( - )
  • What do you name this in English?
  • What do you name that in English?

 

  • We call it "plus" in English.     ( + )
  • We call it "minus" in English.  ( - )
  • We call it in English, plus.       ( + )
  • We call it in English, minus.    ( - )
  • We say this, Plus.
  • We say that, minus.
  • We name it, plus.
  • We name it, minus.

 

📖 Let's get back to the lesson.        ⇒   Lesson = Unit

John Fisher Smith

  • What's your first name?  My first name is John.
  • What's your last name?   My last name is Smith.
  • What's your middle name? Fisher, it’s Fisher. My middle name is Fisher.

John Smith

  • What's your first name?  My first name is John.
  • What's your last name?   My last name is Smith.
  • What's your middle name? I have no middle name. Just John Smith.
  • What’s his middle name? He has no middle name, he is John Smith, just John Smith.
  • He has first and last name and doesn’t have any middle name.
  • What's your middle name?  There is no middle name. John Smith is my full name.

 

First name + family name = Full name      ⇒    The first name plus family name equals full name.

First name + middle name + family name = Full name    

The first name plus middle name plus family name equals full name.

 

Tip: Some people have a middle name and some don't, so it is up to people's names.

           First name + family name = Full name

           First name + middle name + family name = Full name

 

  • So, he has no middle name. he has first and last name and but no middle name.
  • Does he have a middle name? No, he doesn't have a middle name.
  • Does she have a middle name? No, she doesn't have a middle name.
  • Do you have a middle name? No, I don’t have a middle name.
  • Do you have a middle name? No, I have no middle name.
  • Does your friend have a middle name? Nope, he doesn’t. He doesn’t have any middle name.
  • Does your father have a middle name? Nope, he doesn’t. He has no middle name.
  • Does your mother have a middle name? Nope, she doesn’t. She doesn’t have a middle name.

 

Nope = no         ⇒    nope means no (it's an informal way)

 

📖 As you see John Smith has no middle name. He has just first name and last name. So, it’s better to say this way, He has just first and last name without any middle name.

📖 As you see John Fisher Smith is a full name. His first name is John, and his last name is Smith and as you all know Fisher is his middle name and the middle name always comes between the first and last name.

 

🍎 Draw two simple pictures on the board, a male and a female.

     Let's so keep going and do it.     ⇒   means: let’s continue and do it.

  • My name is ShaPour and his name is John.
  • My name is ShaPour and her name is Helen.
  • What's his name? His name is John.
  • What's her name? Her name is Helen.
  • What's his name, do you know? Yes, I know. his name is John.
  • What's her name, do you know? Yes, I know. her name is Helen.

It's better to ask this way:

  • Do you know what’s his name is?
  • Do you know what’s her name is?
  • Do you know what's his first name is?
  • Do you know what's his last name is?
  • Do you know what's his middle name is?
  • Do you know what's her first name is?
  • Do you know what's her last name is?
  • Do you know what's her middle name is?
  • Do you know what's his first name is?  Yes, I know.
  • Do you know what's his first name is?  Yes, I know him.
  • Do you know what's his first name is?  Yes, His first name is John.
  • Do you know what's his first name is?  Yes, I know him. His first name is John.
  • Do you know what's his last name is? Yes, I know.
  • Do you know what's his last name is? Yes, I know it.
  • Do you know what's his last name is? Yes, His last name is Smith.
  • Do you know what's his middle name is? Yes, I know.
  • Do you know what's his middle name is? Yes, I know it.
  • Do you know what's his middle name is? Yes, I know his middle name.
  • Do you know what's his middle name is?  Yes, I know him, then I know his middle name, too.

✅  then means so      ⇒   then = so 

 

📖 Word list

  • Unit = lesson
  • Family name = surname, last name
  • First name = forename
  • Family’s name = the name of the family
  • Middle name = middle initial name
  • Nickname = something used instead of a person's real name that either makes it shorter
  • The first language = mother tongue

 

📖 Sample Conversation:

What’s your family name?        [] Bertoli

And what’s your first name?    [] Sandro

Do you have a middle name?   [] No

Do you have a nickname?         [] Nickname!? What does it mean, “nickname”.

Well, let me ask you this way, What do your friends usually call you?   

[] Oh, my friends usually call me Bob. They usually call me Bob.

So, Bob is your nickname.         [] Oh, thank you. I didn’t know it before.

What’s your first language?     [] Spanish, my mother tongue is Spanish. Do you know Spanish?

Nope, I don’t know any Spanish word.

How do you say “Hi” in Spanish?    [] Hola.

What does it mean?    [] It means Hi.

 

  • What does “nickname” mean?
  • What does “Extra examples” mean?  +It means additional examples.
  • Ten plus seven equals seventeen.
  • Five plus six equals eleven. Is that right?
  • Twenty minus twenty equals zero. Is it right?
  • Five plus nine equals fourteen. Is it correct?

 

📖 let's keep going with much more practice but not now

📖 later with the next post

 

Good Luck

ShaPour KhodaParast

Founder of ELE (Easy Learning English)

www.Myele.Org

MyeleSociety@Gmail.com

Sh_KhodaParast@Myele.Org

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Nigora 7 months ago

Everything is simple and clear. Thanks.

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