American English Lesson 5

Listen to the example:

Complete the following sentences with “amazed.”

I will say, “I am,” and you will answer, “I am amazed.”
I am (I am amazed.) / He is (He is amazed.) / You are (You are amazed.) / We are (We are amazed.) / They are (They are amazed.)

Complete the following sentences with “confused.”
I was (I was confused.) / She was (She was confused.) / You were (You were confused.) / We were (We were confused.) / They were (They were confused.)

Complete the following sentences with “strong.
I will be (I will be strong.) / He will be (He will be strong.) / You will be (You will be strong.) / We will be (We will be strong.) / They will be (They will be strong.)


Complete the following sentences with “going to work.”
I am (I am going to work.) / He is (He is going to work.) / You are (You are going to work.) / We are (We are going to work.) / They are (They are going to work.)Complete the following sentences with “coming to help.”
I was (I was coming to help.) / She was (She was coming to help.) / You were (You were coming to help.) / We were (We were coming to help.) / They were (They were coming to help.)

 

Complete the following sentences with “coming to ask.”
I will be (I will be coming to ask.) / He will be (He will be coming to ask.) / You will be (You will be coming to ask.) / We will be (We will be coming to ask.) / They will be (They will be coming to ask.)


Complete the following sentences with “out of gas.”
I am (I am out of gas.) / He is (He is out of gas.) / You are (You are out of gas.) / We are (We are out of gas.) / They are (They are out of gas.)
Complete the following sentences with “out of petrol.”
I am (I am out of petrol.) / He is (He is out of petrol.) / You are (You are out of petrol.) / We are (We are out of petrol.) / They are (They are out of petrol.)Complete the following sentences with “out of groceries.”
I was (I was out of groceries.) / She was (She was out of groceries.) / You were (You were out of groceries.) / We were (We were out of groceries.) / They were (They were out of groceries.)

 

Complete the following sentences with “out of money.”
I will be (I will be out of money.) / He will be (He will be out of money.) / You will be (You will be out of money.) / We will be (We will be out of money.) / They will be (They will be out of money.)


Complete the following sentences with “with my husband.”
I leave (I leave with my husband.) / He leaves (He leaves with my husband.) / You leave (You leave with my husband.) / We leave (We leave with my husband.) / They leave (They leave with my husband.)Complete the following sentences with “with my wife.”
I left (I left with my wife.) / She left (She left with my wife.) / You left (You left with my wife.) / We left (We left with my wife.) / They left (They left with my wife.)

 

Complete the following sentences with “with one child.”
I will leave (I will leave with one child.) / She will leave (She will leave with one child.) / You will leave (You will leave with one child.) / We will leave (We will leave with one child.) / They will leave (They will leave with one child.)

Lesson 5A
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Listen to the example:

Complete the following sentences with “from the book.”
I teach (I teach from the book.) / He teaches (He teaches from the book.) / You teach (You teach from the book.) / We teach (We teach from the book.) / They teach (They teach from the book.)

 

Complete the following sentences with “about the hospital.”
I taught (I taught about the hospital.) / She taught (She taught about the hospital.) / You taught (You taught about the hospital.) / We taught (We taught about the hospital.) / They taught (They taught about the hospital.)

 

Complete the following sentences with “every day.”
I will teach (I will teach every day.) / She will teach (She will teach every day.) / You will teach (You will teach every day.) / We will teach (We will teach every day.) / They will teach (They will teach every day.)


Complete the following sentences with “like I (or another person) am hurt.”

I will say, “I sound.” You will answer, “I sound like I am hurt.” I will say, “He sounds.” You will answer, “He sounds like he is hurt.”
I sound (I sound like I am hurt.) / He sounds (He sounds like he is hurt.) / You sound (You sound like you are hurt.) / We sound (We sound like we are hurt.) / They sound (They sound like they are hurt.)

Complete the following sentences with, “like I (or another person) was sick.”
I sounded (I sounded like I was sick.) / She sounded (She sounded like she was sick.) / You sounded (You sounded like you were sick.) / We sounded (We sounded like we were sick.) / They sounded (They sounded like they were sick.)

 

Complete the following sentences with, “like I (or another person) am strong.”
I will sound (I will sound like I am strong.) / She will sound (She will sound like she is strong.) / You will sound (You will sound like you are strong.) / We will sound (We will sound like we are strong.) / They will sound (They will sound like they are strong.)


Complete the following sentences with “to ask them.”
I frequently forget (I frequently forget to ask them.) / She frequently forgets (She frequently forgets to ask them.) / You frequently forget (You frequently forget to ask them.) / We frequently forget (We frequently forget to ask them.) / They frequently forget (They frequently forget to ask them.)

Complete the following sentences with “to wait for the bus.”
I forgot (I forgot to wait for the bus.) / She forgot (She forgot to wait for the bus.) / You forgot (You forgot to wait for the bus.) / We forgot (We forgot to wait for the bus.) / They forgot (They forgot to wait for the bus.)

 

Complete the following sentences with “to help that older man.”
I will not forget (I will not forget to help that older man.) / She will not forget (She will not forget to help that older man.) / You will not forget (You will not forget to help that older man.) / We will not forget (We will not forget to help that older man.) / They will not forget (They will not forget to help that older man.)

Lesson 5B
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Listen to the example:

Complete the following sentences with “them here every evening.”
I always meet (I always meet them here every evening.) / He always meets (He always meets them here every evening.) / You always meet (You always meet them here every evening.) / We always meet (We always meet them here every evening.) / They always meet (They always meet them here every evening.)

Complete the following sentences with “them here after work.”
I always met (I always met them here after work.) / She always met (She always met them here after work.) / You always met (You always met them here after work.) / We always met (We always met them here after work.) / They always met (They always met them here after work.)

Complete the following sentences with “them all before evening.”
I will meet (I will meet them all before evening.) / She will meet (She will meet them all before evening.) / You will meet (You will meet them all before evening.) / We will meet (We will meet them all before evening.) / They will meet (They will meet them all before evening.)


Complete the following sentences with “first.”
I never speak (I never speak first.) / He never speaks (He never speaks first.) / You never speak (You never speak first.) / We never speak (We never speak first.) / They never speak (They never speak first.)

 

Complete the following sentences with “longer than we wanted.”
I spoke (I spoke longer than we wanted.) / She spoke (She spoke longer than we wanted.) / You spoke (You spoke longer than we wanted.) / We spoke (We spoke longer than we wanted.) / They spoke (They spoke longer than we wanted.)

Complete the following sentences with “unless we must leave.”
I will speak (I will speak unless we must leave.) / She will speak (She will speak unless we must leave.) / You will speak (You will speak unless we must leave.) / We will speak (We will speak unless we must leave.) / They will speak (They will speak unless we must leave.)

Repeat each sentence after saying, “I told you I want ____________.” I will say “to lift it.” You will answer, “I told you I want to lift it.”

to lift it

(I told you I want to lift it.) I told you I want to lift it. (I told you I want to lift it.)

 

to hide it
(I told you I want to hide it.) I told you I want to hide it. (I told you I want to hide it.)

 

to choose a place
(I told you I want to choose a place.) I told you I want to choose a place. (I told you I want to choose a

place.)

 

to tell my father
(I told you I want to tell my father.) I told you I want to tell my father. (I told you I want to tell my father.)

 

to see the bus stop
(I told you I want to see the bus stop.) I told you I want to see the bus stop. (I told you I want to see the bus stop.)

 

to find a bathroom
(I told you I want to find a bathroom.) I told you I want to find a bathroom. (I told you I want to find a bathroom.)

 

to receive some money
(I told you I want to receive some money.) I told you I want to receive some money. (I told you I want to receive some money.)

 

to call before I leave
(I told you I want to call before I leave.) I told you I want to call before I leave. (I told you I want to call before I leave.)

 

to show my personal identification
(I told you I want to show my personal identification.) I told you I want to show my personal identification. (I told you I want to show my personal identification.)

 

to prove how much insurance I have
(I told you I want to prove how much insurance I have.) I told you I want to prove how much insurance I have. (I told you I want to prove how much insurance I have.

 

to say something for each of us
(I told you I want to say something for each of us.) I told you I want to say something for each of us. (I told you I want to say something for each of us.)

Lesson 5C
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Listen to the example:

I will say, “to do my work.” You will answer, “I am doing my work.” I will say, “to stand beside his wife.” You will answer, “He is standing beside his wife.”

 

to do my work
(I am doing my work.) I am doing my work. (I am doing my work.)

 

to stand beside his wife
(He is standing beside his wife.) He is standing beside his wife. (He is standing beside his wife.)

 

to give his phone number
(He is giving his phone number.) He is giving his phone number. (He is giving his phone number.)

 

to watch her children
(She is watching her children.) She is watching her children. (She is watching her children.)

 

to find our address
(We are finding our address.) We are finding our address. (We are finding our address.)

 

to look at your car
(You are looking at your car.) You are looking at your car. (You are looking at your car.)

 

to live with his child
(He is living with his child.) He is living with his child. (He is living with his child.)

 

to ask for her health card number
(She is asking for her health card number.) She is asking for her health card number. (She is asking for

her health card number.)

Repeat each letter of the alphabet

A / a    B / b    C / c    D / d    E / e    F / f    G / g    H / h    I / i    J / j    K / k    L / l    M / m    N / n    O / o    P / p    Q / q

R / r     S / s    T / t    U / u    V / v    W / w    X / x    Y / y    Z / z

Answer the following questions with “Yes.”

 

Do you like this city?
(Yes, I like this city.) Yes, I like this city. (Yes, I like this city.)

 

Does he like this city?
(Yes, he likes this city.) Yes, he likes this city. (Yes, he likes this city.)

 

Do we like this city?
(Yes, we like this city.) Yes, we like this city. (Yes, we like this city.)

 

Do they like this city?
(Yes, they like this city.) Yes, they like this city. (Yes, they like this city.)

 

Did you have a phone
(Yes, I had a phone.) Yes, I had a phone. (Yes, I had a phone.)

 

Did she have a phone?
(Yes, she had a phone.) Yes, she had a phone. (Yes, she had a phone.)

 

Did we have a phone?
(Yes, we had a phone.) Yes, we had a phone. (Yes, we had a phone.)

 

Did they have a phone?
(Yes, they had a phone.) Yes, they had a phone. (Yes, they had a phone.)

 

Will you owe money?
(Yes, I will owe money.) Yes, I will owe money. (Yes, I will owe money.)

 

Will he owe money?
(Yes, he will owe money.) Yes, he will owe money. (Yes, he will owe money.)

 

Will we owe money?
(Yes, we will owe money.) Yes, we will owe money. (Yes, we will owe money.)

 

Will they owe money?
(Yes, they will owe money.) Yes, they will owe money. (Yes, they will owe money.)

Lesson 5D
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Listen to the example:

0 [zero]    1 [one]    2 [two]    3 [three]    4 [four]    5 [five]    6 [six]    7 [seven]    8 [eight]    9 [nine]    10 [ten] 

 

11 [eleven]   12 [twelve]   13 [thirteen]    14 [fourteen]    15 [fifteen]    16 [sixteen]    17 [seventeen] 

 

18 [eighteen]    19 nineteen]    20 [twenty]    30 [thirty]   40 [forty]    50 [fifty]    60 [sixty]    70 [seventy] 

 

80 [eighty]   90 [ninety]    100 [one hundred]    1,000 [one thousand]

 

Ask the question that the statement answers. I will say, “Yes, I like this car.” You will answer, “Do you like this car?”

 

Yes, I like this car.
(Do you like this car?) Do you like this car? (Do you like this car?)

 

Yes, he likes this car.
(Does he like this car?) Does he like this car? (Does he like this car?)

 

Yes, we like this car.
(Do we like this car?) Do we like this car? (Do we like this car?)

 

Yes, they like this car.
(Do they like this car?) Do they like this car? (Do they like this car?)

 

Yes, I gave him the work phone number.
(Did you give him the work phone number?) Did you give him the work phone number? (Did you give him the work phone number?)

 

Yes, she gave him the work phone number.
(Did she give him the work phone number?) Did she give him the work phone number? (Did she give him the work phone number?)

 

Yes, we gave him the work phone number.
(Did we give him the work phone number?) Did we give him the work phone number? (Did we give him the work phone number?)

 

Yes, they gave him the work phone number.
(Did they give him the work phone number?) Did they give him the work phone number? (Did they give him the work phone number?)

 

Yes, I will fill the car with gas.
(Will you fill the car with gas?) Will you fill the car with gas? (Will you fill the car with gas?)

 

Yes, I will fill the car with petrol.
(Will you fill the car with petrol?) Will you fill the car with petrol? (Will you fill the car with petrol?)

 

Yes, he will fill the car with gas.
(Will he fill the car with gas?) Will he fill the car with gas? (Will he fill the car with gas?)

 

Yes, he will fill the car with petrol.
(Will he fill the car with petrol?) Will he fill the car with petrol? (Will he fill the car with petrol?)

 

Yes, we will fill the car with gas.
(Will we fill the car with gas?) Will we fill the car with gas? (Will we fill the car with gas?)

 

Yes, we will fill the car with petrol.
(Will we fill the car with petrol?) Will we fill the car with petrol? (Will we fill the car with petrol?)

 

Yes, they will fill the car with gas.
(Will they fill the car with gas?) Will they fill the car with gas? (Will they fill the car with gas?)

 

Yes, they will fill the car with petrol.
(Will they fill the car with petrol?) Will they fill the car with petrol? (Will they fill the car with petrol?)

 

Repeat the sentence using the time I tell you. I will say, “I told you what he said. Today __________.” You will answer, “Today I am telling you what he said.

 

I told you what he said. Today __________.
(Today I am telling you what he said.) Today I am telling you what he said. (Today I am telling you what he said.)

 

I told you what he said. Tomorrow __________.
(Tomorrow I will tell you what he said.) Tomorrow I will tell you what he said. (Tomorrow I will tell you what he said.)

 

I know where the house is. Yesterday __________.
(Yesterday I knew where the house was.) Yesterday I knew where the house was. (Yesterday I knew where the house was.)

 

We owe him money. Tomorrow __________.
(Tomorrow we will owe him money.) Tomorrow we will owe him money. (Tomorrow we will owe him money.)

 

You will look at the sky. Yesterday __________.
(Yesterday you looked at the sky.) Yesterday you looked at the sky. (Yesterday you looked at the sky.)

 

We start to talk together at the beginning. Tomorrow __________.
(Tomorrow we will start to talk together at the beginning.) Tomorrow we will start to talk together at the beginning. (Tomorrow we will start to talk together at the beginning.)

 

The gas station office was open. Today __________.
(Today the gas station office is open.) Today the gas station office is open. (Today the gas station office is open.)

 

The petrol station office was open. Today __________.
(Today the petrol station office is open.) Today the petrol station office is open. (Today the petrol station office is open.)

 

They made fun of the man. Tomorrow __________.
(Tomorrow they will make fun of the man.) Tomorrow they will make fun of the man. (Tomorrow they will make fun of the man.)

 

The wind blows and makes a noise. Yesterday __________.
(Yesterday the wind blew and made a noise.) Yesterday the wind blew and made a noise. (Yesterday the wind blew and made a noise.)

 

We were together after asking about the address. Tomorrow __________.
(Tomorrow we will be together after asking about the address.) Tomorrow we will be together after asking about the address. (Tomorrow we will be together after asking about the address.)

Lesson 5E
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Listen to the example:

 I will ask, “Who is he talking to?” Then I will say, “Me?” You will answer, “He is talking to me.”

 

Who is he talking to? Me?
(He is talking to me.) He is talking to me. (He is talking to me.)

 

Who is he talking to? Him?
(He is talking to him.) He is talking to him. (He is talking to him.)

 

Who is he talking to? Her?
(He is talking to her.) He is talking to her. (He is talking to her.)

 

Who is he talking to? It?
(He is talking to it.) He is talking to it. (He is talking to it.)

 

Who are they talking to? You?
(They are talking to you.) They are talking to you. (They are talking to you.)

 

Who are they talking to? Us?
(They are talking to us.) They are talking to us. (They are talking to us.)

 

Who are they talking to? Them?
(They are talking to them.) They are talking to them. (They are talking to them.)

 

 I will say, “Whose credit card is this? Do you own it?” You will answer, “Yes, it’s mine.”

 

Whose credit card is this? Do you own it?
(Yes, it’s mine.) Yes, it’s mine. (Yes, it’s mine.)

 

Whose credit card is this? Does he own it?
(Yes, it’s his.) Yes, it’s his. (Yes, it’s his.)

 

Whose credit card is this? Does she own it?
(Yes, it’s hers.) Yes, it’s hers. (Yes, it’s hers.)

 

Whose credit card is this? Do I own it?
(Yes, it’s yours.) Yes, it’s yours. (Yes, it’s yours.)

 

Whose credit card is this? Do we own it?
(Yes, it’s ours.) Yes, it’s ours. (Yes, it’s ours.)

 

Whose credit card is this? Do they own it?
(Yes, it’s theirs.) Yes, it’s theirs. (Yes, it’s theirs.)

 

I will say, “Is this your book?” You will answer, “Yes, it’s my book. I’m telling you, it’s mine.”

 

Is this your book?
(Yes, it’s my book. I’m telling you, it’s mine.) Yes, it’s my book. I’m telling you, it’s mine. (Yes, it’s my book. I’m telling you, it’s mine.)

 

Is this his book?
(Yes, it’s his book. I’m telling you, it’s his.) Yes, it’s his book. I’m telling you, it’s his. (Yes, it’s his book. I’m telling you, it’s his.)

 

Is this her book?
(Yes, it’s her book. I’m telling you, it’s hers.) Yes, it’s her book. I’m telling you, it’s hers. (Yes, it’s her book. I’m telling you, it’s hers.)

 

Is this your book?
(Yes, it’s your book. I’m telling you, it’s yours.) Yes, it’s your book. I’m telling you, it’s yours. (Yes, it’s book. I’m telling you, it’s yours.)

 

Is this our book?
(Yes, it’s our book. I’m telling you, it’s ours.) Yes, it’s our book. I’m telling you, it’s ours. (Yes, it’s our book. I’m telling you, it’s ours.)

 

Is this their book?
(Yes, it’s their book. I’m telling you, it’s theirs.) Yes, it’s their book. I’m telling you, it’s theirs. (Yes, it’s their book. I’m telling you, it’s theirs.)

Lesson 5F
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Listen to the example:

Repeat each phrase. (irregular verbs).

 

TO KNOW (to know) / She promised to know. (She promised to know.)

 

Know. (Know.) / Please know. (Please know.)

 

knowing (knowing) / Knowing is believing. (Knowing is believing.)

known (known) / it is known (it is known) / it was known (it was known) / it will be known (it will be known)

 

I know (I know) / he knows (he knows) / she knows (she knows) / it knows (it knows) / you know (you know) / we know (we know) / they know (they know)

 

I knew (I knew) / he knew (he knew) / she knew (she knew) / it knew (it knew) / you knew (you knew) / we knew (we knew) / they knew (they knew)

 

I will know (I will know) / he will know (he will know) / she will know (she will know) / it will know (it will know) / you will know (you will know) / we will know (we will know) / they will know (they will know)


TO STAND (to stand) / She promised to stand. (She promised to stand.)

 

 

Stand. (Stand.) / Please stand. (Please stand.)

 

standing (standing) / He is standing. (He is standing.)

stood : It is stood is infrequently or never used.

 

I stand (I stand) / he stands (he stands) / she stands (she stands) / it stands (it stands) / you stand (you stand) / we stand (we stand) / they stand (they stand)

 

I stood (I stood) / he stood (he stood) / she stood (she stood) / it stood (it stood) / you stood (you stood) / we stood (we stood) / they stood (they stood)

 

I will stand (I will stand) / he will stand (he will stand) / she will stand (she will stand) / it will stand (it will stand) / you will stand (you will stand) / we will stand (we will stand) / they will stand (they will stand)


TO SAY (to say) / She promised to say. (She promised to say.)

 

 

Say. (Say.) / Please say. (Please say.)

 

saying (saying) / He is saying. (He is saying.)

 

said (said) / it is said (it is said) / it was said (it was said) / it will be said (it will be said)

 

I say (I say) / he says (he says) / she says (she says) / it says (it says) / you say (you say) / we say (we say) / they say (they say)

 

I said (I said) / he said (he said) / she said (she said) / it said (it said) / you said (you said) / we said (we said) / they said (they said)

 

I will say (I will say) / he will say (he will say) / she will say (she will say) / it will say (it will say) / you will say (you will say) / we will say (we will say) / they will say (they will say)


TO HIDE (to hide) / She promised to hide. (She promised to hide.)

 

 

Hide. (Hide.) / Please hide. (Please hide.)

 

hiding (hiding) / She is hiding. (She is hiding.)

 

hidden (hidden) / it is hidden (it is hidden) / it was hidden (it was hidden) / it will be hidden (it will be hidden)

 

I hide (I hide) / he hides (he hides) / she hides (she hides) / it hides (it hides) / you hide (you hide) / we hide (we hide) / they hide (they hide)

 

I hid (I hid) / he hid (he hid) / she hid (she hid) / it hid (it hid) / you hid (you hid) / we hid (we hid) / they hid (they hid)

 

I will hide (I will hide) / he will hide (he will hide) / she will hide (she will hide) / it will hide (it will hide) / you will hide (you will hide) / we will hide (we will hide) / they will hide (they will hide)

Lesson 5G
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Listen to the example:

 I will ask, “Do you have to go?” You will answer, “Yes. I have to go.” I will ask, “Does she want to leave?” You will answer, “Yes. She wants to leave.”

 

Do you have to go?
(Yes. I have to go.) Yes. I have to go. (Yes. I have to go.)

 

Does she want to leave?
(Yes. She wants to leave.) Yes. She wants to leave. (Yes. She wants to leave.)

 

Does he have to stand?
(Yes. He has to stand.) Yes. He has to stand. (Yes. He has to stand.)

 

Do they need to know?
(Yes. They need to know.) Yes. They need to know. (Yes. They need to know.)

 

Do you like to talk?
(Yes. I like to talk.) Yes. I like to talk. (Yes. I like to talk.)

 

Does it have to cost that much?
(Yes. It has to cost that much.) Yes. It has to cost that much. (Yes. It has to cost that much.)

 

Does she need to leave?
(Yes. She needs to leave.) Yes. She needs to leave. (Yes. She needs to leave.)

 

Do they want to be together?
(Yes. They want to be together.) Yes. They want to be together. (Yes. They want to be together.)

 

Do they have to promise to come?
(Yes. They have to promise to come.) Yes. They have to promise to come. (Yes. They have to promise to come.)

 

Does he like to go home?
(Yes. He likes to go home.) Yes. He likes to go home. (Yes. He likes to go home.)

 

Does it need to close this evening?
(Yes. It needs to close this evening.) Yes. It needs to close this evening. (Yes. It needs to close this evening.)

 

Does she like to work here?
(Yes. She likes to work here.) Yes. She likes to work here. (Yes. She likes to work here.)

 

Do we want to be chosen?
(Yes. We want to be chosen.) Yes. We want to be chosen. (Yes. We want to be chosen.)

 

Does he want to find work?
(Yes. He wants to find work.) Yes. He wants to find work. (Yes. He wants to find work.)

Lesson 5H
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