Lesson 1: English Sentences

Lesson 1A
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Listen to the example.

Hello. (Hello.)

How are you? (How are you?)

Fine. (Fine.)

Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.)

Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.)

Good morning. (Good morning.)

Good afternoon. (Good afternoon.)

Good evening. (Good evening.)

Excuse me. (Excuse me.)

What time is it? (What time is it?)

It is 2 o’clock. (It is 2 o’clock.)

Thank you. (Thank you.)

My name is John. (My name is John.)

What is your name? (What is your name?)

Do you live here? (Do you live here?)

Yes, I live here. (Yes, I live here.)

Do you speak English? (Do you speak English?)

I speak a little English. (I speak a little English.)

Have you lived here long? (Have you lived here long?)

I have lived here two years. (I have lived here two years.)

Thank you. (Thank you.)

Goodbye. (Goodbye.)

1.1 Repeat each sentence.

1.1a Hello. (Hello.)

1.1b How are you? (How are you?)

1.1c Fine. (Fine.)

1.1d Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.)

1.1e Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.)

1.1f Good morning. (Good morning.)

1.1g Good afternoon. (Good afternoon.)

1.1h Good evening. (Good evening.)

1.1i Excuse me. (Excuse me.)

1.1j What time is it? (What time is it?)

1.1k It is 2 o’clock. (It is 2 o’clock.)

1.1l Thank you. (Thank you.)

1.1m My name is John. (My name is John.)

1.1n What is your name? (What is your name?)

1.1o Do you live here? (Do you live here?)

1.1p Yes, I live here. (Yes, I live here.)

1.1q Do you speak English? (Do you speak English?)

1.1r I speak a little English. (I speak a little English.)

1.1s Have you lived here long? (Have you lived here long?)

1.1t I have lived here two years. (I have lived here two years.)

1.1u Thank you. (Thank you.)

1.1v Goodbye. (Goodbye.)

Listen to the example:

Hello, how are you? (Hello, how are you?)
Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.)
Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.)
Are you sick? (Are you sick?)
No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm. (No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm.)
Is your child sick? (Is your child sick?)
No, my child is not sick. (No, my child is not sick.)
Do you live here in the city? (Do you live here in the city?)
Yes, I live here. (Yes, I live here.)

1.2 Repeat each sentence.

1.2a Hello, how are you? (Hello, how are you?)
1.2b Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.)
1.2c Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.)
1.2d Are you sick? (Are you sick?)
1.2e No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm. (No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm.)
1.2f Is your child sick? (Is your child sick?)
1.2g No, my child is not sick. (No, my child is not sick.)
1.2h Do you live here in the city? (Do you live here in the city?)
1.2i Yes, I live here. (Yes, I live here.)
1.2j What kind of work do you do? (What kind of work do you do?)
1.2k I work in a store. (I work in a store.)
1.2l Do you have a phone? (Do you have a phone?)
1.2m Yes, I have a phone. (Yes, I have a phone.)
1.2n May I call you? (May I call you?)
1.2o Yes, you may call me. (Yes, you may call me.)
1.2p Thank you. Goodbye. (Thank you. Goodbye.)
1.2q Goodbye. (Goodbye.)

Listen to the Example.

Hello, how are you? (Hello, how are you?) / Hi, how are you? (Hi, how are you?) / Hello. (Hello.) / Hi. (Hi.)
Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.) / Fine, thanks. (Fine, thanks.) / Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.) / Okay. (Okay.)
How are you? (How are you?) / Fine, thanks. And you? (Fine, thanks. And you?)
Do you live here? (Do you live here?) / Do you live here in the city? (Do you live here in the city?) / Are you from this city? (Are you from this city?)
Where do you work? (Where do you work?) / What kind of work do you do? (What kind of work do you do?) / What do you do? (What do you do?)

1.3 Repeat each sentence.

1.3a Hello, how are you? (Hello, how are you?) / Hi, how are you? (Hi, how are you?) / Hello. (Hello.) / Hi. (Hi.)
1.3b Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.) / Fine, thanks. (Fine, thanks.) / Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.) / Okay. (Okay.)
1.3c How are you? (How are you?) / Fine, thanks. And you? (Fine, thanks. And you?)
1.3d Do you live here? (Do you live here?) / Do you live here in the city? (Do you live here in the city?) / Are you from this city? (Are you from this city?)
1.3e Where do you work? (Where do you work?) / What kind of work do you do? (What kind of work do you do?) / What do you do? (What do you do?)
1.3f Where do you live? (Where do you live?)
1.3g What is your address? (What is your address?)
1.3h Is this your current address? (Is this your current address?)
1.3i Do you have a phone? (Do you have a phone?) / May I call you? (May I call you?) / Can I reach you by phone? (Can I reach you by phone?)
1.3j May I see your driver’s license? (May I see your driver’s license?) / Do you have any ID? (Do you have any ID?) / May I see some personal identification? (May I see some personal identification?)

Lesson 1B
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Listen to the example:

1.4 Say your name after each sentence.

1.4a My name is ________________. (My name is ________________.)
1.4b Hello, my name is ________________. (Hello, my name is ________________.)
1.4c Hi, my name is ________________. (Hi, my name is ________________.)
1.4d I’m glad to know you. My name is ________________. (I’m glad to know you. My name is ________________.)

1.5 Repeat each number.

0 [zero] (0)
1 [one] (1)
2 [two] (2)
3 [three] (3)
4 [four] (4)
5 [five] (5)
6 [six] (6)
7 [seven] (7)
8 [eight] (8)
9 [nine] (9)
10 [ten] (10)
11 [eleven] (11)
12 [twelve] (12)
13 [thirteen] (13)
14 [fourteen] (14)
15 [fifteen] (15)
16 [sixteen] (16)
17 [seventeen] (17)
18 [eighteen] (18)
19 nineteen] (19)
20 [twenty] (20)
30 [thirty] (30)
40 [forty] (40)
50 [fifty] (50)
60 [sixty] (60)
70 [seventy] (70)
80 [eighty] (80)
90 [ninety] (90)
100 [one hundred] (100)
1,000 [one thousand] (1,000)

1.6 Repeat each sentence.

1.6a Is this an emergency? (Is this an emergency?)
1.6b This is an emergency. (This is an emergency.) / This is not an emergency. (This is not an emergency.)
1.6c This is a medical emergency. (This is a medical emergency.) / This is not a medical emergency. (This is not a medical emergency.)
1.6d Please call 911. (Please call 911.) / Please call 999. (Please call 999.) / Call the police. (Call the police.) / Call an ambulance. (Call an ambulance.) / Call the fire department. (Call the fire department.)
1.6e Please help me. (Please help me.) / Help me. (Help me.) / Help. (Help.)
1.6f I am hurt. (I am hurt.) / I’m hurt. (I’m hurt.) / I’m not hurt. (I’m not hurt.)
1.6g My car will not start. (My car will not start.) / My car won’t start. (My car won’t start.) / My car is out of gas. (My car is out of gas.) / My car is out of petrol. (My car is out of petrol.) / Where is the closest gas station? (Where is the closest gas station?) / Where is the closest petrol station? (Where is the closest petrol station?)
1.6h What is your license number? (What is your license number?)
1.6i My child is sick. (My child is sick.) / My arm is hurt. (My arm is hurt.) / My wife is sick. (My wife is sick.) / My husband is hurt. (My husband is hurt.)
1.6j Which hospital do you want to go to? (What hospital do you want to go to?)
1.6k Do you have insurance? (Do you have insurance?) / What is your health card number? (What is your health card number?)
1.6l How do you want to pay? (How do you want to pay?) / Will you pay with cash? (Will you pay with cash?) / Will you pay by check? (Will you pay by check?) / Will you pay with a credit card? (Will you pay with a credit card?)
1.6m How much will this cost? (How much will this cost?) / I do not have that much money. (I do not have that much money.)
1.6n Which bus do I take? (Which bus do I take?) / Is this the right bus stop? (Is this the right bus stop?) / Where is the closest bus stop? (Where is the closest bus stop?)
1.6o Where can I find . . . ? (Where can I find . . . ?) / You will find it there. (You will find it there.)
1.6p Is the office open? (Is the office open?) / No, the office is closed. (No, the office is closed.) / When will the office open?
(When will the office open?) / It will open at 8:30. (It will open at 8:30.)

Lesson 1C
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Listen to the example:

1.7 Say 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

1.8 Repeat each sentence.

1.8a Can you tell me where the store is? (Can you tell me where the store is?)
1.8b Can you tell me where the bathroom is? (Can you tell me where the bathroom is?)
1.8b Can you tell me where the toilet is? (Can you tell me where the toilet is?)
1.8c Can you tell me where to find groceries? (Can you tell me where to find groceries?)
1.8d How much does it cost? (How much does it cost?)
1.8e How much do I owe you? (How much do I owe you?)
1.8f What time is it? (What time is it?)

Listen to the example.

Can you tell me where the store is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the store is?)
Excuse me. Can you tell me where the store is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the store is?)
Can you tell me where the bathroom is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the bathroom is?)
Excuse me. Can you tell me where the bathroom is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the bathroom is?)
Can you tell me where to find groceries? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where to find groceries?)
Excuse me. Can you tell me where to find groceries? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where to find groceries?)
How much does it cost? (Excuse me. How much does it cost?)
Excuse me. How much does it cost? (Excuse me. How much does it cost?)

1.9 Repeat each sentence after saying, “Excuse me.”

1.9a Can you tell me where the store is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the store is?)
Excuse me. Can you tell me where the store is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the store is?)
1.9b Can you tell me where the bathroom is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the bathroom is?)
Excuse me. Can you tell me where the bathroom is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the bathroom is?)
1.9b Can you tell me where the toilet is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the toilet is?)
Excuse me. Can you tell me where the toilet is? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where the toilet is?)
1.9c Can you tell me where to find groceries? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where to find groceries?)
Excuse me. Can you tell me where to find groceries? (Excuse me. Can you tell me where to find groceries?)
1.9d How much does it cost? (Excuse me. How much does it cost?)
Excuse me. How much does it cost? (Excuse me. How much does it cost?)
1.9e How much do I owe you? (Excuse me. How much do I owe you?)
Excuse me. How much do I owe you? (Excuse me. How much do I owe you?)
1.9f What time is it? (Excuse me. What time is it?)
Excuse me. What time is it? (Excuse me. What time is it?)
1.9g Is this an emergency? (Excuse me. Is this an emergency?)
Excuse me. Is this an emergency? (Excuse me. Is this an emergency?)
1.9h Do you have a driver’s license? (Excuse me. Do you have a driver’s license?) Excuse me. Do you have a driver’s license? (Excuse me. Do you have a driver’s license?)
1.9i Is your arm hurt? (Excuse me. Is your arm hurt?)
Excuse me. Is your arm hurt? (Excuse me. Is your arm hurt?)
1.9j Where is the closest bus stop? (Excuse me. Where is the closest bus stop?)
Excuse me. Where is the closest bus stop? (Excuse me. Where is the closest bus stop?)

ls1d
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Listen to the example:

  • 1.10 Answer each question.

  • 1.10a What is your name? (My name is ______________.)
    1.10b Where do you live? (I live in [city] ______________.)
    1.10c What is your address? (My address is ______________.)
    1.10d What is your phone number? (My phone number is [area code] ______________.)
    1.10e Where do you work? (I work at ______________.)
    1.10f What kind of work do you do? (I’m a[n] ______________.)
    1.10g What is your work phone number? (My work phone number is [area code] ______________.)
    1.10h What is your license number? (My license number is ______________.)

Lesson 1E
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Lesson 1 Table 1

 

 

Lesson 1  Table 2


USING “A” OR “AN”

a  +  a word beginning with  

 

a  =   an ambulance

e  =   an emergency

i  =   an identification card

o  =   an office

u  =   an unknown child

 a  +  a word beginning with all other letters    

=   a bus stop

=   a car

=   a father

=   a man

=   a wife

=   a Phone

In the office:       an office     a large office

At the emergency:       an emergency       a medical emergency

With the ambulance:       an ambulance       a licensed ambulance

The card:       a card       an identification card

The number:       a number       an insurance number

The day at work:       a work day       an emergency work day

Lesson 1 Vocabulary

LESSON 1 VOCABULARY

Exercise 1.1 Vocabulary

a (an)
afternoon
are (to be)
do (to do)
each
English
evening (an)
example
excuse me
fine (good)
good
good afternoon
good evening
good morning
goodbye
have (to have)
hello (hi)
here
how
I
is (to be)
it
lesson
listen (to listen)
little, littler, littlest
live (to live)
long, longer, longest
morning
my
name
o’clock
okay (OK)
repeat (to repeat)
sentence
speak (to speak)
thank you (thanks)
time
two
what
year
yes
you, your

Exercise 1.2 and 1.3 Vocabulary

address (an)
any, anything
arm (an)
but
call (to call)
can
child, children
city
current, currently
driver’s license
from
hi (hello)
hurt (to hurt)
I am, (to be) sick
ID
in
kind
may
not
of
personal identification
phone
reach (to reach)
see (to see)>
sick (to be sick)
store
thanks (thank you)
the
this
where
work (to work)

Lesson 1 Vocabulary

a (an)
address (an)
after
afternoon
alphabet
am (to be)
ambulance (an)
and
any, anything
are (to be)
area code (an)
arm (an)
at
bathroom
bus
bus stop
but
by
call (to call)
can
car
card
cash
check
child, children
city
close, closer, closest, closely
cost
credit card
current, currently
day
dictionary
do (to do)
does (to do)
driver’s license
each
emergency (an)
English
evening (an)
example
excuse me
fine (good)
fire
fire department
for
from
gas (gasoline)
gas station
glad, gladly
good
good afternoon
good evening
good morning
goodbye
groceries
have (to have)
health
health card (number)
hello (hi)
help (to help)
here
hi (hello)
holiday
hospital
how
how much
hurt (to hurt)
husband
I
I am (I’m) (to be)
ID
identification
in
insurance
is (to be)
it
kind
large
lesson
letter
license
license (number)
listen (to listen)
little, littler, littlest
live (to live)
long, longer, longest
may
me
medical
month
money
morning
much
my
name
no, not
number
o’clock
of
office (an)
okay (OK)
open, openly
out
personal identification
petrol
petrol station
phone (number) (telephone)
please
police
question
reach (to reach)
repeat (to repeat)
right
see (to see)
sentence
should
sick, sicker, sickest
some, something
speak (to speak)
station
stop (to stop)
store
thank you (thanks)
thanks (thank you)
the
there
this
time
to
to answer
to be (am, is, are, was, were)
to be closed
to be glad
to be hurt
to be open
to be out of
to be sick
to begin
to call
to cost
to do
to find
to go
to have
to help
to know
to listen
to live
to open
to owe
to pay
to question
to reach
to repeat
to say (saying)
to see
to speak
to start
to stop
to take
to tell
to use
to want
to will
to work
toilet
two
unknown
vocabulary
was (to be)
week
were (to be)
what
when
where
which
wife
will not (won’t) (to will)
with
word
work (to work)
year
yes
you, your
911 = The medical, fire and police emergency phone number for any city in the U.S.A
999 = The medical, fire and police emergency phone number for any city in the U.K.

 

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