Lesson​ 1: Introduction to English

Welcome ‍to your first ⁣English lesson! In ⁣this lesson, you will learn some⁤ basic ​English phrases and how to properly pronounce⁢ them. English is a⁢ very important language to learn⁣ as it⁤ is used for communication worldwide. You⁣ will⁢ also learn some of the basic grammar⁢ rules of English.

Phrases to learn:
– Hello/Hi
-⁣ Goodbye
– Thank‍ you
– Please
– Excuse me
– Yes/No
– How are you?

Pronunciation tips:
– Pay attention to how ⁤English ⁢speakers‍ pronounce their words. ⁣English words can sound quite different​ depending on ⁣the stress and ​intonation used.
– Practice‍ speaking slowly and enunciating​ each syllable. This will help you communicate ‍more clearly.
– Pay attention ​to​ the differences between long and short vowels​ and practice pronouncing them correctly.

Grammar rules:
– English sentences‌ follow a subject-verb-object order. For example, ⁤”I eat pizza.”
– Adjectives come before nouns in ‍English, for example, “a red car” instead of ⁣”a car red.”
-‌ English articles ‌(a/the)⁣ are used before nouns. For example, “I have a cat” ⁢instead of “I have cat.”

Practice introducing⁤ yourself in English using⁤ the phrases‍ and grammar rules⁣ you ‌have​ learned ‌in this lesson. ​

Lesson 2: Common English Verbs

In this lesson,⁣ you will learn ⁤some of the most common English verbs ⁢and how to use‍ them in sentences. Verbs⁢ are ⁢an essential part of ​English grammar‌ and are ⁢used to show ‍action‍ or a state of being.

Common ​English verbs:
– to be
-‍ to have
– to⁣ do
– ⁣to go
– ​to eat
– to drink
– to talk
– to see
– to hear
– to say

Using verbs ⁣in sentences:
– Verbs ‍can be used in different tenses​ to⁣ show the timeframe of‌ the ‍action. For example, “I am ​eating breakfast” (present continuous) and “I ate breakfast” ⁢(past simple).
– To form a​ question using a‍ verb,​ you ⁢usually need‌ to add “do” ⁣or⁣ “does” at the beginning of ‌the​ sentence. For example,‍ “Do you like‌ pizza?” ‌or “Does​ she speak English?”

Create ‍three sentences using different verb tenses and using at least ⁣one common English verb from the‌ list ⁢above.

Lesson⁤ 3: ​English Vocabulary

In ‌this lesson, you will ​learn‌ new English vocabulary‌ related‌ to common topics such as food, clothing, and ⁢travel.⁣ Expanding ⁢your⁢ vocabulary ‌is essential for effectively communicating in English.

Common ⁤vocabulary:
– Food: fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood,⁤ pasta, bread, cheese, dessert
– Clothing: ⁤shirt,‌ pants, dress, shoes, hat, scarf, gloves, jacket
-‍ Travel: airplane, train, bus, ‌hotel, passport, suitcase, ⁢ticket, map, destination

Using vocabulary in sentences:
– When using new vocabulary, it’s ⁣important to use‌ the correct⁣ article (a/an or the) and⁢ to ⁣use the singular or ⁣plural⁤ form correctly.
– You can use⁢ adjectives to ​describe the vocabulary ⁤words, for example, “juicy‌ fruit” or​ “cozy jacket.”

Create three sentences using new​ vocabulary words and adjectives to describe them.

Lesson 4: English Conversation Skills

In⁢ this lesson, you will learn important English conversation skills such​ as⁤ asking for clarification and⁣ making small‌ talk. These skills will help⁣ you communicate more​ effectively in casual ⁢and professional‌ settings.

Asking for clarification:
-‍ If you don’t ​understand something, it’s important to ask for clarification. ⁤You can say phrases such as “Can ​you repeat that?” ‍or “I’m sorry, I didn’t catch that.”

Making small⁢ talk:
– ⁢Small⁣ talk is casual conversation used to ⁢break ⁣the ice or fill awkward silences. You can​ ask questions about the other person’s interests, job, or hobbies. For example, “What do you ‍like‍ to do ⁣in your free​ time?” or “How do‌ you ⁤like ⁢your job?”

Practice ‌asking ‌for clarification and making small talk with a partner. ⁤Choose a topic to discuss ‍and take turns⁢ asking and answering⁣ questions.

Lesson 5: English ‌Writing Skills

In this lesson, you will ‍learn⁢ how to write ⁢clear and​ concise English sentences. Good⁤ writing skills are essential for ‍communicating in English, especially‌ in professional ‌settings.

Writing clear and concise sentences:
– The key to writing ⁢clear and concise sentences is to use simple ⁤sentence structure‍ and avoid‍ unnecessary words.
– Use active voice instead of passive voice,​ for example, ‍”The dog chased the ball” instead of ‍”The ball was chased by⁢ the dog.”
– Practice writing sentences with a clear subject, verb,⁣ and object.

Write three sentences using the tips​ for clear and concise writing that you learned‌ in ⁤this ⁤lesson. Share your⁣ sentences with a⁣ partner and receive ‍feedback ⁤on how to ‍improve them. Lesson 1: Greetings and Introductions
In this lesson, we will learn basic greetings and introductions to help you start conversations in English.

1. Hello
2. Hi
3. Good morning
4. Good afternoon
5. Good evening
6. How are you?
7. I’m fine, thank you.
8. ⁣And you?
9. My name is _______
10. ‌Nice to meet you.
11. Where​ are you from?

1. Greet your classmates. Say “Hello,⁣ my name ‌is‌ ____. Nice to meet you.”
2. Respond‌ to someone’s greeting. Say⁣ “Hi, I’m‌ from _____. How are you?”
3. ‌Ask someone’s ‌name. Say ‌”What’s your name?” Repeat their name and ⁤say “Nice to⁢ meet you.”
4. Ask where someone is from. Say ⁢”Where are ‍you from?” and respond ⁣with “I’m from _____.”
5. Have ⁣a conversation. Greet your partner‍ and introduce yourself. Ask how they are and where they’re ⁤from.⁤ End​ the ‍conversation by saying “It was‌ nice to meet you.”

Lesson 2: ⁣Basic Vocabulary
In this lesson, we​ will learn basic vocabulary​ to help you communicate in English.

Vocabulary: ‌
1. Yes
2. No
3. Please
4.​ Thank you
5. Excuse me
6. Sorry
7. Goodbye
8. Friend
9. Family
10. Food
11. ⁢Water⁣
12. Money
13. Time
14. ‌Job
15. School

Practice: ​
1. Use ⁢”please”⁣ and “thank you” in ‍a conversation with your ​partner.
2. Respond to a‍ yes/no question with “yes” or “no.”
3. Use “excuse me” or “sorry” in a polite way to ask for help or ⁢attention.
4. Say goodbye to your partner and ⁢use “friend” and “family” ⁣in ‍two ‍sentences.
5. Ask your partner what they like to eat and drink. Use “food” ​and “water”‍ in the sentences. ⁤
6. Ask⁢ your partner if they have a‌ job or go to school. Use “job” and “school” in the‌ questions.

Lesson 3:⁤ Grammar ⁢- Present Tense ⁣
In this‍ lesson, we will learn how to use⁢ the present tense to describe things that are happening now.

1. To be ⁣
2. To have
3. To go
4. To⁢ do
5. To eat⁢
6. To drink
7. ⁣To speak
8. To⁤ read
9. To write
10. ​To ⁤watch

1. ⁣Describe what ​you’re doing right now to your partner. Use “to ⁢be” and “to do” in the sentence.
2. Ask your partner ​what‌ they’re doing right ‍now. Use ​”to be” and “to do” in the⁣ sentence.
3. Talk about your routines. Use​ “to have,” “to‌ go,” and “to do” in the sentences.⁤
4. Ask your partner about their favorite ‌hobbies. Use “to ​eat,”⁣ “to ⁤drink,” “to​ speak,” “to read,” “to write,”⁣ and‌ “to ⁤watch” in the ⁢questions.
5. Have a conversation⁤ with your partner using the present tense. Talk about what you’re doing ⁣this ⁤week and what ​your ‌plans are.

Lesson‌ 4: Grammar – Past Tense
In this lesson, we will learn how to use ‍the past tense ​to describe ⁤things ​that happened in the ⁣past.

1.‍ Was/were
2.⁣ Had‌
3. Went
4.‍ Did ⁣
5. Ate
6. Drank
7. Spoke
8. Read
9. Wrote
10. Watched

1. Talk about what you did yesterday ⁤to your partner. Use “was/were” and “did” ​in the ​sentence.
2. Ask your​ partner what⁢ they did yesterday. Use⁣ “was/were” and‌ “did” in the sentence. ‍
3. Talk about your‌ last vacation.‌ Use “had,” “went,” and ⁣”did” in the⁤ sentences.
4. Ask⁤ your⁢ partner ​about their last vacation. Use ⁤”had,” “went,” and “did” in the‍ questions.⁤
5. Have a⁣ conversation with your partner using the past tense. Talk about a ⁤memorable experience⁢ or event.

Lesson 5: Vocabulary – Descriptions‍ and‍ Comparisons
In this lesson, we will ⁤learn vocabulary for describing things and⁣ making comparisons.

1. Big
2.⁢ Small
3. Tall
4. Short⁣
5. Old
6. Young
7. Beautiful
8. Ugly⁣
9. Smart
10.⁣ Dumb

1. Describe yourself to ⁤your ‌partner. Use at least two of ‍the adjectives in the list.
2.⁤ Ask your partner to describe themselves.⁢
3. Describe a famous ‍person. Use two adjectives from the list. ⁣
4.‌ Ask ‌your ⁤partner to describe a famous⁣ person.
5. Make comparisons between two things. Use “bigger,” “smaller,” ‌”older,” “younger,” “smarter,” or “dumber” in the‍ sentences.

Lesson 6: Vocabulary – Places and Directions‌
In this lesson,⁢ we will learn vocabulary for talking ⁢about places and giving ‌directions.

1.​ Home
2. Restaurant ​
3. Store
4.⁣ Park
5.⁢ Hospital
6. School
7. ⁢Airport
8. Train station
9. Bus stop
10. ​Left ⁤
11. Right
12. Straight
13. Turn ⁢

1. Ask your partner where‍ they live. Use “home” ​in the sentence.
2. Tell ⁣your partner about your favorite restaurant or store.‌ Use ⁤”restaurant” or “store” in ​the sentence.
3. Describe a ‌park or other⁣ outdoor place. Use “park” in the ‍sentence.​
4. Ask your‌ partner‍ if they’ve been to a nearby hospital or school. Use “hospital” or ‌”school” in ​the ⁣question.
5. Ask for and give directions to places on a map. Use “left,” ⁣”right,”⁢ “straight,” and ⁤”turn” in the sentences.⁢

Lesson 7: ​Grammar -⁢ Future⁣ Tense
In‍ this lesson, we will learn how to‍ use the future tense to⁢ talk about things that will‌ happen⁢ in the ⁣future.

1. Will
2.‍ Going to
3. Plan
4. Future
5. ‌Tomorrow ⁣
6. Next week
7.‌ Next month
8. Next year ‍
9. ⁤Meeting
10. Travel

1. Talk about your future plans to ⁤your partner. ‌Use⁣ “will” or “going ‍to” in the sentences.
2. Ask ​your⁤ partner ‍about their future ‍plans. ​
3. Talk about a meeting or event you will attend in ‌the future. Use “will” or⁣ “going to” in the sentence. ‍
4. Ask your partner about a meeting or‍ event ‍they⁤ will attend in the future.
5. ⁤Talk about a future trip ‌or⁤ vacation. Use “will” or “going ⁢to” in ⁤the ⁢sentence.

Lesson 8: Vocabulary – Emotions and Feelings
In this lesson, we will learn vocabulary for talking about emotions⁢ and feelings.

1. ​Happy
2. Sad
3. Angry ‌
4. Excited
5.‍ Nervous
6. Bored
7. Tired​
8. Sick⁢
9. Hungry​
10. Thirsty ‌

1. Ask your partner how they’re ⁢feeling today. Use one of the⁤ adjectives from the ⁤list.
2. Respond to your partner’s question with ‌one ​of⁤ the adjectives from the list.
3.‌ Describe a recent event that made ⁤you happy, sad, or angry. Use “happy,”‍ “sad,” ⁢or “angry” in the sentence.
4.​ Ask your partner to describe a recent event⁣ that made⁣ them ‌happy, sad, or angry.
5. Use the adjectives “excited,” ⁤”nervous,” “bored,” “tired,” “sick,” “hungry,” or “thirsty” in sentences to talk about your daily routine.

Lesson 9: Grammar – Modal ⁢Verbs
In this lesson, we will learn how to use modal verbs to‍ express ​ability, permission,​ obligation, and possibility.

1. Can
2. Could
3. May ‍
4. ​Might
5. Should
6.‍ Must
7. ⁢Have to
8. Need to
9. Want to ​
10. ‌Like to

1. ‍Talk about an activity you ⁣can⁣ do well. Use⁤ “can” or “could” ⁤in ‍the sentence.
2. Ask‍ your partner​ about an activity they ⁤can‌ do well.
3. Ask for‌ and​ give permission using‍ “may” or “might” in ⁤the ⁢questions ​and answers.
4. Talk ​about something you ⁢should or‌ must do. Use “should”‍ or “must” in ‌the sentence.
5. ⁢Discuss‍ things you need, want, ⁢and like ‌to do. Use ⁢”need to,” ⁢”want to,” and “like to” in⁢ the sentences.

Lesson 10: ⁤Vocabulary – Jobs⁣ and Professions
In this lesson, we ‌will​ learn vocabulary for talking⁤ about jobs and⁢ professions.

1. Doctor
2.‍ Lawyer
3. Teacher
4. Engineer
5. Businessperson
6. Writer
7. Artist
8. Musician
9. Chef
10. Athlete ⁢

1.⁤ Talk ‍about your dream job. Use one of the professions‌ from ⁢the list. ‌
2. Ask your partner about their dream ⁤job.
3. Talk ⁢about a famous person who has one of ⁤the​ professions from the⁤ list. Use the person’s‍ name‍ and the