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

A new educational way of learning English just based on speaking

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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 Two

 

  • Who is he?           -Antonio
  • Who is she?         -Elena
  • Who are they?    -Brett and Jenifer
  • What is it?            -A car. It is a car.
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  • Who is she?  Who is he?
  • Who is that man?    Who is this lady?
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  • Who is it?      -It's me.
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  • Who is he over there?
  • Who is she over there?
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  • Who is that man over there?
  • Who is that woman over there?
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  • Who is that lady over here?
  • Who is it over here?
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  • Who is that guy?     ⇒  Who’s that guy?
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  • What’s her name is, the lady over there?
  • What’s his name is, the man in front of you?

 

📖 Sample Conversation

  • Do you know what’s her name is?  I mean that lady over there.
  • Yeah, she is Helen.
  • What’s her full name is?
  • She is Helen Smith.
  • Do you know her?
  • Yeah, I know her well.
  • And may I know how do you know her?
  • I met her at a party. Hey, let me tell you something. She is a married woman.
  • And I’m single man too.
  • Yeah, I know. Can you see the man over there?
  • Yeah, I see.
  • That man is her husband, John Smith. Just told you, know it.
  • Oh, thank you for the information.
  • You’re welcome.

 

📖 Let's get back to the lesson. 

  • What’s “Hola” in English?     -It means Hi. “Hola” is a Spanish word.
  • What’s “Panimaeit” in English?
  • It means Understand. “Panimaeit” is a Russian word.           ⇒   понимать = to understand
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  • Do you know these words?    Television, police, taxi, camera, hotel
  • Do you know numbers 0-9?    0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
  •  
  • Do you know the English alphabet?  A, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y
  • Learn it this way Abcd, efgh, ijkl, mnop, rstu, vwxy
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  • How many letters are there in the English alphabet?
  • How many letters are there in the Farsi alphabet?
  • How many letters are there in the Arabic alphabet?
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  • Write on the blackboard, “easy”.
  • Write it with capital letters, “EASY”.
  • Write your name with capital letters on the blackboard.
  • Write your name with small letters on the blackboard.
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  • Write “key” on the color board.
  • Write “pen” on the white board.
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  • How many letters are there in this word?  "Pen"
  • There are three letters in this word.
  • How many letters are there in this word?  "Easy"
  • There are four letters in this word.
  • Can you spell it?
  • Yes, EASY, easy
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  • How many letters are there in this word?  "Learning".
  • There are eight letters in this word.
  • Can you spell it?
  • Yes, I can. L – E – A – R – N – I – N – G.
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  • What’s your name? Marry.
  • Can you spell your name? M – a – r – r -y
  • How many letters are there your name?
  • Five letters, there are five letters in it.
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  • Can you spell it?
  • Can you spell it, please?
  • Can you spell your name, please?
  • Can you spell your nickname, please?
  • Can you spell your family name, please?
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  • Can you spell the word “happy”?      H – A – P – P - Y
  • Can you spell the word “unhappy”?  U – N – H – A – P – P – Y
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  • What’s the meaning of “happy”?      It means “glad”.
  • Happy is the synonym of Glad. It means “happy” is equal to “glad”.
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  • What’s the meaning ofunhappy”?  It means “sad”.
  • Unhappy is the synonym of Sad. It means “unhappy” is equal to “sad”.
  • Unhappy is the antonym of Happy. It means “unhappy” is not equal to “happy”.
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  • What’s your last name too?
  • Can you spell your last name?
  • How many letters are there your last name?
  • Can you write your last name on the whiteboard?
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  • Can you write your full name on the paper?
  • Can you write your full name on a paper?
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  • Write your first name on a piece of paper.
  • Then write your last name on the back of the piece of paper.

 

📖 Grammar Tips

  • What’s the difference between the two sentences?
  • Can you write your full name on the paper?
  • And, can you write your full name on a paper?
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  • How do we use "a" or "the" in a sentence?
  • How to use "a" or "the" in a sentence.
  • "a" and "an" and "the" are Article.
  • "A" and "An" are the indefinite articles.
  • And "The" is a definite article.

 

         ✅ Articles

            The indefinite article

             The indefinite article is a or an.

             The form a is used before a word beginning with a consonant, 

             Or a vowel sound like a consonant:

             a man – a table – a university – a useful thing 

             The form an is used before words beginning with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u),

             Or words beginning with a mute h:

             An houran honorable manan actoran actressa tablean animal

             

             The definite article 

  The definite article is the. It is the same for singular and plural and for all genders:

   The boy – the boys – the girl – the girls – the day – the days

 

Taken from Oxford University sourceA Practical English grammar

 

📖 Word list

  1. single = not married
  2. single woman = not married woman
  3. single man = not married man, bachelor
  4. capital letters = Big letters
  5. letters = here it means the alphabet words.
  6. letter =any of the symbols of an alphabet. 
  7. color board = black board
  8. white board = black board
  9. extra examples = additional examples
  10. nickname = instead of a person’s real name
  11. lesson = unit
  12. first name = forename
  13. family name = last name, surname
  14. middle name = middle initial name
  15. mother tongue = first language

 

📖 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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