Questions With HOW How many, how old, how well, how far, how fast, how often and etc… Follow the visual expressions;
WH Questions Who, what, where, which, when, how, whom, why and etc… Follow the list for detailed examples;
10 Ways to Say How You Are I’m fine, thanks. How about you?, Pretty good, not bad, great, couldn’t be better, can’t complain and etc. Follow the list for othes;
Other Ways to Say ‘Delicious’ Synonmys about delicious; Yummy, tasty, mouthwatering, distinctive, enjoyable, savory, spicy, sweet, dainty, delish, pleasant, divine and etc.. Follow the list;
Product and Process Approach to English Writing Product approach Model texts are read and features of the type of writing are highlighted (eg. use of linkers in an essay, or use of narrative tenses in a story).
English Speaking – At the Doctor’s What are your symptoms?, I‘ve got a temperature / sore throat headache / rash., I’ve been feeling sick., I‘ve been having headaches. , I’m very congested., My joints are aching., I‘ve got diarrhoea. and etc. Please follow the list;
English Classroom Language – How Do We Speak English in Classrom? Good morning, good afternoon, open your book / workbooks on page…, What does … mean our language?, Can I help you?, Have you all finished?, Be quite please and etc…
How To Improve Your Pronunciation Pronouncing every word correctly leads to poor pronunciation! Good pronunciation comes from stressing the right words – this is because English is a time-stressed language. Here’s How: Learn the following rules concerning pronunciation. English is considered a stressed language while many other languages areconsidered syllabic. In other languages, such as French
Verbs Related to The Eyes – see –> I can see the sun. – watch –> The teacher likes to watch the children play. – wink –> When someone wink they close one eye.
English Commonly Confused Words and Explanations classic – classical a classic performance (great, memorable) – classical music (e.g. Bach, Mozart)