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  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    Let me introduce myself. My name is Stan Wolfe.
    What is your first name? I'm Stan.
    What is your name? What is your full name? My name is Stan Wolfe.
    What is your last (family) name? My last name is Wolfe.
    Мой только первый пост будет на русском языке, в качестве знакомства. Я начинаю учить первый уровень - Elementary как начинающий студент вместе со всеми Вами, как Премиум подписчик на этом сайте. (Premium Subscriber).
    Одна персональная особенность, я начинаю учить как начинающий студент для того чтобы в дальнейшем преподавать и обучать других Английскому языку.
    Моя методика преподавания состоит в том, что я считаю, что изучение Английского языка должно происходит на самом Английском языке, чем я и собираюсь заниматься в этой теме вместе с Вами.
    В процессе моего изучения на этом сайте, я буду приводить по темам дополнительные материалы из других источников:
    Вот некоторые из них: сайты, по изучению Английского языка:
    Busuu
    АBA English
    EFU - English For You.

    Учебный Курс Английского языка - Cambridge University Press - Face to Face - Starter.
    и ему аналогичные этого же издательства, или издательства Pearson Longman
    Cutting Edge - Starter.

    So, let's start our first lesson: Lesson 1 What's your name again?
    EFU - Nice to meet you.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/englishforyoutv

    Busuu - Hello! Greeting people and introducing ourselves - Contracted forms.
    ABA English - A Day at the Beach - Personal pronouns and the verb to be in the Simple Present.
    Face to Face (F2F) - Lesson 1A What's your name?

    Let's continue:

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    English for you: Lesson 1 Introduction Nice to meet you.

    This is my first name. This is my last name.

    Now here's a question. - What is your name? What is your first name? What is your last name?
    What is your full name?
    Introduction Possession (2:40 min)

    Singular 1 (one): My; your; his; her; its;
    Plural 2 + (two plus): our; your; their.

    Names (09:16)

    Single: Mr. Miss. Ms.
    Married: Mr. Mrs. Ms.

    Alphabet: (11:45 min) small (low case) capital. (upper case)

    Introduction Spelling. Please spell this word:

    Introduction to be: (21:45) Let's work on the verb to be.

    Student – students. Am I Stan? Yes, you are. No, you are not. You're not.
    Are we students? Yes, we are. Yes you are. No, we are not. No you're not. No, you aren't.

    Formal introductions (42:55)
    Higher status.

    Professor Smith this is Doctor Johns.

    It's nice to meet you.
    It's nice to meet you too.
    Informal introductions.

    This is.... This is somebody else.
    - Nice to meet you
    Nice to meet you too.
    Now you can also introduce yourself.
    Introducing yourself.

    - Hello, I'm Stan
    I'm Diana. Nice to meet you, Stan.
    Nice to meet you too, Diana.

    Good-bye.
    Bye.
    See you. See you soon. See you as soon as possible. See you later. See you next time. See you this evening. See you next Monday (Sunday - Saturday) See you next week. (month; year). See you tomorrow. See you the day after tomorrow. See you in a day. See you in three days.

    Review: please spell your name.
    Please spell these words: nice; meet; you. See. Student. Name. First. Last. What. Your. His; her; their. Our. Capital; small. Letter.
    Finally. Read this short story. (53.58) Read & answer.

    Practicing English.

    It's takes some time to learn me this lesson. See you later.
    to be continue.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    Unfortunately, there is no option for editing previous messages, so I have to change it in my next messages.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    So let's come back to our main lesson for this topic - Audio exercise "What's your name again?" from this site:
    Look and read new words and expressions:
    Hello; Hi; What's your name? Nice to meet you. Call me...
    My name is...
    I'm...
    This is...
    That is...
    Nice to meet you - Pleased to meet you - Glad to meet you. ( another example: good to see you etc)
    You can call me Barbie.
    Let's make another auding exercises from our main course on this site:
    Number 2 - How are you?

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    It's easy to understand, jut looking at hints in the log file.
    Nice to meet you - Glad to meet you - Pleased to meet you - Good to see you. etc.
    How are you? How's it going? How are things? How are you doing?
    Fancy a drink?
    look at the dictionary: If you fancy something, you want to have it or to do it.
    Would you want something to drink?
    Would you like something to drink?

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    Краснодарцы, кто хочет тренироваться в Английском по скайпу и при личных встречах в городе, проходя здесь уроки и закрепляя изученное в реальных диалогах при общении, подружитесь пожалуйста здесь со мной, и Вы увидите мой email в подписи моего аватара. Напишите мне на email, мы познакомимся, и подумаем вместе как можно эффективнее практиковаться в Английском языке вместе.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    It's time to learn our English, isn't it? So, let's continue. I'm learning the first grammar video lesson from ABA English. Objective of the class. Personal Pronouns and the verb to Be in the Simple Present - Affirmative.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    I'm listening and watching the movie with Fabiola. She is one of my teachers from ABA Enlglish. She is a very nice, attractive, good-looking, pretty girl. She offers me watch the video with subtitles as many times as me need. You may also watch this video as many times as you need. I will watch this video with subtitles until you're able to understand it all without the subtitles. Then I'll practice and enjoy watching it again several times understanding everything as if it were my own language.
    As it if were...As the movie were, I will have my mouse handy and make pause often to understand the examples better. If I do it like this I'll learn a lot of English.
    Today we are going to study the personal pronouns and the verb to be in affirmative form. Let's start with the personal pronouns.
    The personal pronouns are: singular: I; you; he; she; it. Plural; we; you and they.
    It's very important to remember that the "I" is always written with a capital letter.
    In English the second person is "you" in both the singular and the plural.
    They is the plural form of "he - she - it"
    He and she are used for people. He is masculine and she is feminine.
    It is used for animals and things. For example if we're talking about a race horse we would say: it is very fast. it runs very fast. And if we are talking about a beautiful car we will say: it is very beautiful.
    to be is the infinitive form and all infinitives have the particle "to"
    The verb to be is probably the most important verb in English.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    There is the most famous "quote" To be or not to be? That's the question.
    Let's learn how to conjugate the verb to be in the Simple Present.
    It's very important for us to remember that we use the pronoun "it" and the verb "to be" to talk about the weather. Look at these examples: it's cold; it's cool; it's warm. it's hot.
    And now look at this very common expression: here you are.
    We use this expression when we give something to someone.
    Well I have revised the grammar in Unit 1 of ABA complete course.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    Let's practice to improve our listening comprehension.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    Comprehension is the ability to understand something. [FORMAL]
    Comprehension is full knowledge and understanding of the meaning of something. [FORMAL]
    When pupils do comprehension, they do an exercise to find out how well they understand a piece of spoken or written language.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    Record and compare phrases to improve our speaking and learn how to write correctly.
    We will also gain fluency by interpreting roles and then we will learn the grammar and new vocabulary.
    Have fun! Bye-Bye!

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    Dear students, I wonder, you already know the alphabet? As for me, I have just revised it in lesson 1 of EFU course. Also I have learned conjugate the verb to be again, now in this course.
    Are we students? Yes we are, or Yes you are.
    Now it’s time to learn saying good-bye.
    Bye.
    See you. See you later. See you tomorrow.
    See you soon. See you as soon as possible.
    See you next time. See you next Monday (Sunday - Saturday) See you next week. (month; year).
    See you this evening.
    See you the day after tomorrow. See you in a day. See you in three days.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    New phrase for us after learning the alphabet. Please spell your name. Please spell these words. Spell it please.
    How do you spell this word?

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    EFU - Practical English Drama:
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAie3YzOYRmmstk3Cy5MwHxTSOsLNanyw

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    That's all for today. It's late and I'm very tired after learning English hard for all day long.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    See you tomorrow for next my English lesson.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    How I love Learning English. I decided to have some practice more before sleeping
    New phrases after exercise - Practical English drama.
    - Thanks for waiting for me.
    - No problem.
    - Sam, know who I met yesterday?
    - used my roommate at university.
    - Sure. I'd like to meet him too.
    -Are you ready?
    - I haven't met anyone from Greece before. (frankly speaking it's not easy sentence for beginner learners)
    - He said they were good friends at university.
    -Jack and I would like you to meet your neighbor. He lives in your building.
    -When did you come to Istanbul?
    - I came to Istanbul last week got a new job at a computer company.
    - I'd like you to meet my mother.
    ......
    -thank you for being a good friend to my son.
    -He lives in our building.
    -it's a pleasure to meet you (it's nice to meet you; pleased to meet you)
    - How do you like this building?
    - Well, it's very nice to meet all of you. But you would better get going or you will miss your tram.
    - I have a question. How do you spell your first name?
    - Well, it's pronounced Alexi. But it is spelled....
    -but most people call me....
    - How do you like in Instanbul?
    - I didn't know I would meet so many new people. You are all very nice.
    - It's a good place to live.
    - yes, I agree.
    - I feel very luck to have four new friends in only two days.
    - Come on it's starting to rain.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    It's time to continue learn our English. As always, it's a pleasure to help you in it.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    "Hi" is a slightly more casual way of saying "Hello". However, both are widely used and both can be said at any time of day.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    "I'm - I am" means the same as "My name is" It is a contraction. A contraction is when we shorten two words to form one word, with the use of an apostrophe. We use a lot of these in English, particularly in spoken English.
    Did you notice? "how's" is another contraction. This one is short for "how is"
    How is it going? - How's it going?

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    Good morning everyone! How are you today? Today, I'd like to repeat and remember previous lessons, which I have studied before. let's repeat the phrases and sentences from them.
    Thanks for the gift. You're always welcome! Excuse me? Can you help me? How do you say? I don't understand. Could you repeat it please? How was your day? Good-bye and see you soon!
    Thanks for waiting for me. He's my roommate at university. He's from Greece and his last name is....
    He lives in your building. He's waiting for me. I'd like to meet him too. Are you ready? Is he nice? I think he is nice. I'd like you to meet our neighbor. It's nice to meet you too. I'd like you to meet my mother. These are my friends. We are good friends. It's a pleasure to meet you. Pleased to meet you. How do you like this building?
    Oh, it's great. I really like it. Well, it's very nice to meet all of you. Bye, see you this evening. I have a question. How do you spell your first name? Well, it's pronounced....What about you? How do you spell it? Spell this word please. But most people call me... It's much easier. My name is the easiest... It's just...This is our new friend...They are all very nice. I glad you like the city. It's a good place to live. Yes, I agree. I feel very lucky.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    - I fine, and you?
    - So-So. I'm tired.
    - Are you sad?
    - You're nervous.
    -Yes, we're worried about her.
    -Why are you so bored?
    - They are fed up with working.
    - And they are very proud of their son.
    - Yes, but I'm angry with you.
    - What's the matter. They are very scared? You seem to be disappointed.
    - I'm confused, because I don't understand.
    - We are very ashamed.
    - I'm confident about my ability.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    - She is very surprised by the news.
    -We are very excited about your wedding.
    - I can't eat any more. I'm full.
    -Are you hungry?
    - They want a glass of water. They are thirsty.
    -That's great!
    - That's a pity.
    - Are you OK? You seem tired.
    - I am just worried about my exam.
    - Don't be scared. Be confident about your abilities.

     
     
     
     
  • Мазюк Александр больше недели назад

    You know, it's difficult to read too much text. There are many helpful lesson (video and speaking).
    Can i give some recommendation to you?
    Don't repeat typical lessons! It'll definitelly better, if you give more specific information.
    For example:
    You can collect information from different source. Interesting information you can write here. In additional to that site, I read viber public chat: http://viber.com/engru
    You can use a lot of source to collect information and more helpful info you can write here.

     
     
     
     
  • Мазюк Александр больше недели назад

    It's just my opinion of course!

     
     
     
     
  • Fellow - (krchat@gmail.com) больше недели назад

    Hello, nice to meet you, Alex! Thanks for your opinion. But as for me, I'm learning English in two sites more. these are Busuu and ABA-English. My purpose here is share information from these sites which may add to lessons, I'm studying here. For instance; I'm learning the topic How are you? on three sites - and share info from them about this subject: Pleased to meet you - Good to meet you - Happy to meet you, It's a pleasure to meet you. I'm fine. I'm OK. I'm great. I'm good. I'm not bad. I'm quite well. etc.
    Write here - I repeat all I have learnt before.

     
     
     
     
  • Stan Wolfe больше недели назад

    Dear friends, I found this amazing site:
    https://quizlet.com
    You may create your own flashcards and repeat your own vocabulary there.
    spelling; writing; listening.
    So, I'll make my own flashcard there and repeat new and last lessons which I am learning.

     
     
     
     

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