Monthly Archive:: November 2015

Calling for Help in English

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

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)

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)

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

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’

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.

Classroom Objects – English Vocabulary

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

Comparative Adjectives and Superlative Adverbs Uses of comparitive adjective and superlative adverbs;

Uses of Ask with Phrasal Verbs

Uses of Ask with Phrasal Verbs Uses of ask for, ask over, ask about, ask after, ask out, ask around, ask round, ask in.

Uses of ‘Have’

Uses of ‘Have’ Have; a drink / food a shower a look wishes a moment an event a good mood a bad fall a nap a limp a lisp a problem a fit a Go!