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ESL: General Speaking Lesson (Fluency Practice

  1. 1. Speaking Practice
  2. 2. Describe the Adverb in each photo. Remember: Adverbs answer the question: • How? (suddenly, kindly) • When? (before, after) • Where? (above, below) • How Often? (always, never) They describe adjectives, verbs, or other adverbs in a group a word or phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, verb, or other adverb or a word group
  3. 3. Example: The man drove dangerously fast down the street. HOW fast? - dangerously fast (it describes the adjective)
  4. 4. Don’t __________________in your house
  5. 5. Don’t __________________________ You can’t _______________________
  6. 6. Don’t listen to music loudly in your house ….. you can’t listen to music how? loudly
  7. 7. The young student ______________________________________________
  8. 8. The young student carefully, cautiously crossed the bridge / rode his bike across the bridge. HOW did he cross? Carefully/cautiously (describes verb)
  9. 9. The candidates ________________________for their interviews.
  10. 10. The candidates waited/sat nervously/anxiously for their interviews How were they waiting? Nervously/anxiously (describes verb)
  11. 11. The young driver _______________________at the other driver.
  12. 12. The young driver shouted angrily/ aggressively at the other driver. How did she shout? angrily/aggressively
  13. 13. The school children ____________________the street.
  14. 14. The school children safely crossed the street. crossed the street safely. How did they cross? safely
  15. 15. The young girls _______________________to themselves at the library
  16. 16. The young girls read quietly /silently to themselves at the library. How did they read? quietly/silently
  17. 17. The determined runner ____________________towards the finish line.
  18. 18. The determined runner ran quickly /powerfully towards the finish line. How did he run? quickly, powerfully
  19. 19. Jill had to _________________________________.
  20. 20. Jill had to wake up early (at 6am). When did Jill wake up? Early
  21. 21. Ted _________________________________
  22. 22. Ted fell downstairs Where did Ted fall? downstairs
  23. 23. It is _________________________
  24. 24. It is raining outside Where is it raining? outside
  25. 25. Complete the following statements using adverbs Remember: You can use adverbs that describe - How - When - Where - How often
  26. 26. eat with your family How often?
  27. 27. attend fitness classes How often?
  28. 28. wake up When?
  29. 29. Get ready in the morning How?
  30. 30. Play with your children How?
  31. 31. spoke with doctors When?
  32. 32. Your house is… Where?
  33. 33. You cook When? How?
  34. 34. You drive How?
  35. 35. Speaking Fluency / Vocabulary “Spot the difference” Look at the two photos, and describe the differences
  36. 36. Share your thoughts… About the following items / places / people
  37. 37. Fast Food restaurants coming to Vietnam
  38. 38. Tips / Advice for going to a hospital in Vietnam
  39. 39. Compare places to visit in Vietam
  40. 40. Describe your typical Friday Night – how do you feel? How do you wind down?
  41. 41. Bad habits you want to break
  42. 42. What’s the question Read each statement and guess which question was asked.
  43. 43. A: “Sure, here you go.” Q:
  44. 44. A: “Sure, here you go.” Q: Can I borrow/use your pen? Could
  45. 45. A: “I had a pretty relaxing time – I just laid on my sofa, watched TV, and caught up with some work I needed to finish before Monday.” Q:
  46. 46. A: “I had a pretty relaxing time – I just laid on my sofa, watched TV, and caught up with some work I needed to finish before Monday.” Q: How was your weekend? Did you have a good weekend?
  47. 47. A: “It’s due tomorrow morning.” Q:
  48. 48. A: “It’s due tomorrow morning.” Q: When’s it due? When’s the deadline?
  49. 49. A: No thanks, I’m really trying to watch my weight. Q:
  50. 50. A: No thanks, I’m really trying to watch my weight. Q: Do you want a bite? Would you like to try my …? Will you split/share this with me?
  51. 51. A: Sorry, I was stuck in a traffic jam. Q:
  52. 52. A: Sorry, I was stuck in a traffic jam. Q: Where were you? Why were you late? Where have you been?
  53. 53. A: “It was pretty good. He took me to dinner, and I got to learn more about his job and his family. I think I’ll see him again on Friday.” Q:
  54. 54. A: “It was pretty good. He took me to dinner, and I got to learn more about his job and his family. I think I’ll see him again on Friday.” Q: So, how was your date? How did your date go? Did you have a good time?
  55. 55. A: Last week! He asked me while we were on holiday at the beach. Q:
  56. 56. A: Last week! He asked me while we were on holiday at the beach. Q: When did he propose? When did you get engaged? When did he ‘pop the question’?
  57. 57. A: “I didn’t mean to offend him! I just said that he looked really tired today, but I guess he took it the wrong way.” Q:
  58. 58. A: “I didn’t mean to offend him! I just said that he looked really tired today, but I guess he took it the wrong way.” Q: What did you say to him? Did you say something to make him upset? Why is he upset with you?
  59. 59. A: “It wasn’t difficult. It just took about an hour to bake and decorate. I’ll write down the recipe for you.” Q:
  60. 60. A: “It wasn’t difficult. It just took about an hour to bake and decorate. I’ll write down the recipe for you.” Q: How did you make this cake? How long did you spend baking this cake? Did it take you a long time to make this cake?
  61. 61. A: “He told me to tell you that he’s sorry he couldn’t come. You know John. He’s always busy with work.” Q:
  62. 62. A: “He told me to tell you that he’s sorry he couldn’t come. You know John. He’s always busy with work.” Q: Where’s John? Is John coming?
  63. 63. General Conversation Questions:
  64. 64. Do you have a favorite movie or movie genre?
  65. 65. Can you describe your favorite person at work?
  66. 66. Name 5 things you’ll probably do this weekend.
  67. 67. What chore do you hate doing?
  68. 68. Do you currently have any personal or professional goals you’re working on?
  69. 69. Do you have any work pet peeves?

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