Monthly Archive:: November 2015
Calling for Help in English Example conversation and very important notes; PETER: Hey! That car just ran a red light and hit that truck! GAIL: Is any one hurt?
Asking Directions Dialogue MARK: Excuse me. Could you tell me where the library is? NANCY: Yes,it’sthatway.You go three blocks to Washington Street, then turn right. It’s on the corner, across from the bank.
Ordering a Meal (English Dialogue) WAITER: Hello, I’ll be your waiter today. Can I start you off with something to drink?
Weather Report in English (Dialogue and Notes) JENNIFER: It’s freezing outside! What happened to the weather report? I thought this cold front was supposed to pass.
Introductions and Greeting in English Formal Greetings Dialogue; JAMES: Good morning, Professor Austin, how are you doing?
What are the Differences Between ‘Other’, ‘The other’ and ‘Another’ Other; nonspecific use with plural or uncountable noun, meaning: additional or extra; alternative; different types of something The other; specific, use with singular, plural, countable, or uncountable meaning: the second of two things or people; the remaining people or things in a group or set.
Uses of ‘Get’ with Phrasal Verbs Get together, get away, get through, get on, get over, get away with, get by, get out of. Follow the list;
Classroom Objects – English Vocabulary pencil, school bag, pencil case, stapler, puncher, compass, notebook, ballpoint, coloured pencils, magnifying glass, textbooks, drawing pins and etc. Following list;
Comparative Adjectives and Superlative Adverbs Uses of comparitive adjective and superlative adverbs;
Uses of Ask with Phrasal Verbs Uses of ask for, ask over, ask about, ask after, ask out, ask around, ask round, ask in.