English conversation course

English conversation course

English conversation course
... English Conversation course contents ( 16 levels ) divided into stages Elementary stage (4 levels) • We will ... simple everyday English social expressions you can use for making simple conversation while shopping, on the telephone, at the airport and checking into a hotel etc … • You will watch English- subtitled ... topics Upper Intermediate stage (4 levels) • You will be on the way to become a confident user of English At this level, you will begin to express much more complex thoughts than before and pronounce...
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Facilitating English Conversation Development in Large Classrooms

Facilitating English Conversation Development in Large Classrooms
... systematic, L2 input • Enhanced L2 input saliency of subtle L2 features • Feedback and negative input In what follows, I will suggest methods of effectively facilitating SLA through interactive and conversation ... Leaders Arranging the students in groups of four or five at the beginning of each class is the first step towards developing students' conversation abilities and effectively managing large classes ... lines that indicate that you read their e-mail and that you are aware of the content of their message Conclusion For EFL instructors teaching English conversation we need to continuously remind ourselves...
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A complete English language course part 1

A complete English language course part 1
... Portuguese and Spanish 11 11 10 11 12 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 4 211 Colloquial English A Complete English Language Course Gareth King First ... 36 37 38 39 40 41 4 211 I dedicate this book to the memory of my dear friend Buzz Burrell 19 56–2003 who loved the English language always 11 11 10 11 12 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 ... 0-203-67024-8 (Adobe eReader Format) ISBN 0– 415 –29953–5 (pbk) 0– 415 –29952–7 (CD) 0– 415 –29950–0 (Cassette) 0– 415 –299 51 9 (Pack) 11 11 10 11 12 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32...
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A complete English language course part 2

A complete English language course part 2
... adverb which has a special meaning: blow up, turn off, take off xv 1111 10 11 121 1 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 421 1 possessive adjective ... regular verb – a verb that forms its past simple tense by adding -ed relative clause – a clause that adds information about the main clause in a complex sentence: The man we saw yesterday is ... in TAG RESPONSES – see next Language point.) So, for the present tense of be we have short forms for all persons: 1111 10 11 121 1 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33...
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A complete English language course part 3

A complete English language course part 3
... 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 4211 SHAMIRA: KATH: SHAMIRA: KATH: SHAMIRA: KATH: SHAMIRA: Do you know the people in our office? I know their faces, but I don’t know all ... ADRIAN: GERRY: ADRIAN: GERRY: ADRIAN: GERRY: ADRIAN: GERRY: ADRIAN: GERRY: ADRIAN: Just answer yes or no, OK Adrian? OK Do you like vanilla ice cream? Yes What about strawberry? Yes What about ... 1211 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 4211 Language point – personal pronouns When we looked at the verb be earlier in this unit we saw the...
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A complete English language course part 4

A complete English language course part 4
... conjunction with another verb, as in the last example above) Dialogue 12 Now Ann introduces Marian to Rosemary ANN: ROSEMARY: MARIAN: ROSEMARY: MARIAN: ROSEMARY: Rosemary, this is Marian – she’s from ... Marian – what you for a job? I’m a teacher So am I! Where you teach? In the college here What about you? I teach in a primary school Language point – a /‘an’ and ‘the’ In Dialogue 9, Rosemary ... More than a billion people speak Chinese – Really? – Really? – Really? – Really? Stuart adds Like me! to say that what Rosemary has just told him is true of Stuart as well He could also have said...
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A complete English language course part 5

A complete English language course part 5
... identify a place an owner a time a person a choice a thing a reason a way/method Language point 16 – mine and yours In Dialogue 7, Fred says That’s mine, meaning That’s my latte Look at these ... they are given special emphasis, and a more common WEAK PRONUNCIATION otherwise Here are some that we have had already – if you have the cassettes/ CDs, listen again to the Dialogues we have had ... things are ask the way to places in town talk about things that are happening now give and understand instructions tell people not to something Dialogue Jac stops a passer-by to ask the way JAC: PASSER-BY:...
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A complete English language course part 6

A complete English language course part 6
... simply have to learn that turn up is a single idea that means arrive Another characteristic of phrasal verbs is that many of them have more than one meaning For example, set off can mean ‘start (a ... 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 4211 Language point 20 – phrasal verbs A PHRASAL VERB is a VERB + ADVERB which together have a special meaning For example, carry on in Dialogue means continue – it has nothing ... thing about phrasal verbs is that they often (though not always) have a meaning that is different from the separate meanings of the verb and adverb For example, turn up means arrive – it has nothing...
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A complete English language course part 7

A complete English language course part 7
... ‘Unfortunately you’re right’ or ‘Unfortunately what you say is correct’ Language point 24 – ‘did’ auxiliary We have already seen as an (Language point 12): but Do you speak Italian? I don’t speak Italian ... the same way, we can talk about the past: Did you get any milk? I didn’t get any teabags BASE- (past simple question) (past simple negative) But in ordinary statements (in just the same way as ... More examples: I need some eggs I need some milk Has Sandra got any children? Has Sandra got any food in the house? We don’t want any biscuits We don’t want any cake Exercise Candace has made shopping...
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A complete English language course part 8

A complete English language course part 8
... say sorry about that Language point 26 – ‘two coffees’ We saw in Language point 23 that words such as coffee are UNCOUNTABLE (UC), and that this means that they: • can’t have plurals • can’t be ... 38 39 40 41 4211 Dialogue Su is at the supermarket checkout, where the checkout assistant asks her if she has a card C/ASSISTANT: SU : C/ASSISTANT: SU : C/ASSISTANT: SU : C/ASSISTANT: SU : C/ASSISTANT: ... But in Dialogue the waiter says: Did you have two coffees? We also saw that UC nouns can’t be used with a/ an, but Dave says: I didn’t have a mineral water These examples seem to break the rules,...
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A complete English language course part 9

A complete English language course part 9
... cinema café? Perfect See you later Bye 66 Idiom • Hang on a moment means ‘Wait a moment’ Dialogue Later, Andy, Bob and Nina arrive at the cinema There’s a huge queue! BOB: ANDY: BOB: ANDY: NINA: ... They can try out Indian food, and we can get a taxi back home I’ll go and ask them what they think Dialogue Andy phones Bob, whose wife Nina is Danish, with a suggestion ANDY: BOB: ANDY: BOB: ANDY: ... Mike and Sandra have got some friends from Belgium, Koen and Kim, staying with them MIKE: SANDRA: MIKE: SANDRA: MIKE: SANDRA: What shall we with Koen and Kim this evening? How about eating out?...
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English conversation practice

English conversation practice
... DO YOU SPEAK ENGLISH? / CONVERSATIONS Conversation A S1 Do you speak English? S2 Only a little, and not very well S3 Do you know many words? S4 No, I don’t Only the important words Conversation ... speaks French Conversation D S1 What's the matter? S2 I don't speak English S3 Do you need some kind of help? S4 Yes, but I can't explain it in English Conversation E S1 Do you think English is ... and B4 / Do you speak English? fluently rapidly very well correctly Do you speak English fluently? Do you speak English rapidly? Do you speak English very well? Do you speak English correctly? Exercise...
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Tài liệu A complete English language course part 10 doc

Tài liệu A complete English language course part 10 doc
... restaurant and eating there takeaway – a meal bought at a restaurant and taken home to eat; also means the shop option – choice chips – potatoes cut up and cooked in oil order ahead – use the ... number Ah – I’m sorry Quite all right 83 1111 Idiom • by that name means ‘with that name’ Language point 35 – phone language Speaking on the phone in English is easy once you have learnt a 10 few ... small towns you probably 10 find examples of these: 11 a fish-and-chip shop 1211 an Indian restaurant 13 a Chinese restaurant 14 a pizza house 15 a kebab house 16 17 If you want something typically...
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Tài liệu A complete English language course part 11 docx

Tài liệu A complete English language course part 11 docx
... In Dialogue you will see that the newsagent asks Damian Are you prepared to work on Sundays? – meaning ‘every Sunday’ If he had said Are you prepared to work on Sunday? this would have meant only ... 37 38 39 40 41 4 211 James suggests that he and Fiona watch TV James offers to the washing-up James suggests that Fiona should switch channels James suggests that he and Fiona ask some friends ... you’re leaving’ Learn the phrase as soon as possible You will often hear people use the abbreviation as well: a. s .a. p (or asap) /ε εs ε `pi:/ both in writing and when speaking: Can you get back...
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