This course will teach complete beginners to Learn to Speak English.
It will cover the basic English language that they need to for day to day life and communications in an English speaking country, or when communicating with people in English.
The course will provide speaking, listening, reading and writing activities to develop these important skills.
The main vocabulary and grammar areas covered in the course include:
Completion of this course will provide students with the skills that they need to progress on to Part 2 to further enhance their English ability.
This lecture will teach you how to greet others and introduce yourself, as well as being able to use the English Alphabet to spell your name.
In this lecture you will learn the words pen, pencil, book, chair and table, including how to pronounce and spell these words. You will also learn some basic grammar structures.
this lecture tells you what you need to print or download for this lesson.
This lecture will review the letters of the English Alphabet covered in lesson 1 and will focus on how to use the letters to spell names.
This lecture will teach you numbers 0, and 6 to 9. It will also teach you how to read, write and say telephone numbers, as well as asking questions such as what is your name? and 'what is your telephone number?'.
This lecture will review the vocabulary learnt in earlier lessons as well as introducing the new words - man, woman, boy and girl.
This lecture will tell you what materials you need for the lesson. It will also teach you how to speak to people to introduce yourself when meeting others, and to make use of the question 'how are you?'.
This part of the lesson teaches you how to correctly use grammar with regards to singular and plural phrases.
This part of the lesson will teach you the numbers 10 up to 20.
This first part of the lesson will tell you what materials you will be needing for the activities in the lesson. It will also introduce addresses and postcodes.
This part of the lesson will introduce different countries around the world and how to say and spell them in English. It will also teach you how to tell people where you are from.
This part of the lesson will introduce you to the new words - tea, coffee, milk and water.
This part of the lesson will review the uppercase letters of the alphabet that you have been used to so far, and will then introduce lowercase letters of the alphabet.
This part of the lesson will ensure that you have the materials that you will need for the activities that you will be completing. It will also continue to build on your ability to use uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
This part of the lesson will engage you with listening exercises based around numbers and telephone numbers.
This part of the lesson will introduce you to gender related vocabulary such as he/she, him/her, his/hers. It will also enable you to ask and answer questions such as what's his/her name? Where does he/she come from?
This part of the lesson will review the vocabulary that you have covered in previous lessons so far.
This last part of the lesson will introduce you to the new words - apple, banana, biscuit and sandwich.
This first part of the lesson will ensure that you have all the materials that you will need to complete the activities throughout the section. It will also review letters of the alphabet and spellings that you have learnt so far.
This lecture will introduce the concept of money, introducing British coins and the pound. Money will be used to help you learn the numbers 20 through to 30. You will also be able to use the question 'how much is it?' to find out the price of items.
This part of the lesson will teach you how to establish information about others such as his/her name, where he/she is from, his/her telephone number. You will also be able to tell others information about yourself such as your name, telephone number and where you are from.
This first part of the lesson will ensure you know what materials you need.
This part of the lesson will review food and drink that you have already learnt in previous lessons as well as introducing many more food and drink items.
This part of the lesson will engage you in listening exercises related to food and drink items. It will also teach you how to use the questions 'can I have?' and 'how much is it?'
This final part of the lesson will introduce you to the days of the week in English.
This first part of the lesson will ensure that you have all of the materials needed.
This part of the lesson will review the days of the week that you covered in the previous lesson, as well as introducing you to the use of the vocabulary today, tomorrow and yesterday.
This part of the lesson will introduce you to vocabulary related to family members such as husband and wife, son and daughter, mother and father, and brother and sister.
This part of the lesson will review the vocabulary that you have covered so far related to food and drink. You will then use this vocabulary to describe your likes and dislikes with regards to food and drink.
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