A Youre adorableB Youre so beautifulC Youre a cutie full of charmsD Youre a darling andE Youre exciting andF Youre a feather in my armsG You look good to meH Youre so heavenlyI Youre the one I idolizeJ Were like Jack and JillK Youre so kissableL Is the love light in your eyesM, N, O, PI could go on all dayQ, R, S, TAlphabetically speaking youre okayU Made my life completeV Means youre very sweetW, X, Y, ZIts fun to wander throughThe alphabet with youTo tell you what you mean to meThought it seems a silly thing to do.I l-o-v-e y-o-uI R in love with you.
Numbers0 Nought1 One2 Two3 Three4 Four5 Five6 Six7 Seven8 Eight9 Nine10 Ten11 Eleven12 Twelve13 Thirteen14 Fourteen15 Fifteen16 Sixteen17 Seventeen18 Eighteen19 Nineteen20 Twenty21 Twenty-one ...30 Thirty40 Forty50 Fifty60 Sixty70 Seventy80 Eighty90 Ninety100 One hundredWhole Numbers also known as Cardinal Numbers - used for counting
Ordinal Numbers - used for ranking1st the first2nd the second3rd the third4th the fourth5th the fifth6th the sixth7th the seventh8th the eighth9th the ninth10th the tenth11th the eleventh12th the twelfth13th the thirteenth14th the fourteenth15th the fifteenth16th the sixteenth17th the seventeenth18th the eighteenth19th the nineteenth20th the twentieth
One, two - buckle my shoe ,three, four - knock on the door,five, six - pick up sticks,seven, eight - close the gate,nine, ten - a big fat hen.Rhymes and SongsOne, two, three, four, five,Once I caught a fish alive.Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,Then I let it go again.
Also there are a number of ways you can say 0 in English.When we use it For example:-0 = oh after a decimal point 9.02 = "Nine point oh two."in bus or roomnumbersRooom 101 = "Room one oh one."Bus 602 = "Bus six oh two."in phone numbers9130472 = "Nine one three oh fourseven two."in years 1906 = "Nineteen oh six."0 = nought before a decimal point 0.06 = "Nought point oh six."0 = zero in temperature -10°C = "10 degrees below zero."US English for thenumber 0 = "Zero"0 = nil in footballChelsea 2 Manchester United 0 ="Chelsea two Manchester Unitednil."0 = love in tennis 20 - 0 = "Twenty love."
Other things you may find in a bathroomtoilet roll(s) /loo roll(s)toilet brush(es) /loo brush(es)hairdryer(hairdriers)toothbrush(esshaving foam razor(s)toilet seat(s) /loo seat(s)bin(s)towel(s)
Things we do in the bathroomWhat people do in the bathroomPeople have a bath inthe bathroom.People take a shower inthe bathroom.People brush theirteeth in the bathroom.People have a shave inthe bathroom.People get dressed orundressed in thebathroom.
Things we do in the kitchenWhat people do in the kitchenPeople prepare foodin the kitchen. People cook in the kitchen.People sometimes eatin the kitchenPeople make coffeeor tea in the kitchenPeople put the foodaway in the kitchencupboards.
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English Greeting ExpressionsThere are many ways of greeting people, both formal and informal.The speaker’s task is to choose the appropriate one for thesituation. It is also useful to know lots of different ones so as to notrepeat yourself when you meet a number of people at the sametime. As with any other aspect, you need to be careful about usinginformal expressions with people who you do not know well orwhose rank or status is higher than yours.
orHi."Congratulations!" or"Well done!""Get well soon."When meeting someoneformally for the firsttime, we shake theirhand and say "How doyou do?" or "Pleased tomeet you.""How do you do?" isnt really a question, itjust means "Hello".
General greetings (Formal)Hello!How are you?How are you doing?How is everything?How’s everything going?How have you been keeping?I trust that everything is well.General greetings (Informal)Hi.What’s up?Good to see you.How are things (with you)?How’s it going?How’s life been treating you?
Greeting a person you haven’t seen for a long time (Formal)It has been a long time.It’s been too long.What have you been up to all these years?It’s always a pleasure to see you.How long has it been?I’m so happy to see you again.What’s new?
Greeting a person you haven’t seen for a long time (Informal)How come I never see you?It’s been such a long time.Long time no see.Where have you been hiding?It’s been ages since we last met.It’s been ages since I’ve seen you.How’ve you been?
These greetings can be used in any informal situation. To show extraenthusiasm you can add “Hey” to the beginning of these greetings. Thefollowing greetings are not usually said by a woman.What’s up man?What’s up dude?What’s up bro?What’s up (their name)?Hey what’s up man?Hey what’s up dude?Hey what’s up bro?Hey what’s up (their name)?Good to see you.Hey Good to see you.How are things?Hey how are things with you?How are things with you?Hey how are things?How’s it going?Hey how’s it going?
The pronunciation can be shortened to “goin’.” A typical response tothis question is “It’s going good.”How’s life been treating you?What’s cracking?The pronunciation is often shortened to “crackin’.” This is highlyinformal and should only be used with people around your age. Itssimilar in use to “What’s up?”What’s good?What’s happening?The pronunciation is often shortened to “happenin’.”
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Good byeHow many ways do you know how to say “goodbye” in English? Do youabuse and overuse them? This is your chance to expand yourrepertoire of farewells with a lesson on the 26 most dynamic, fun, andessential ways to say goodbye in the English languageLet’s face it, “goodbyes” are complicated, they are full of difficult toconvey thoughts and emotions, subtle messages and pressures, andthey are often pretty important. It’s awkward in your nativetongue, but in a second language it can be painful.It’s one of the most fundamental yet underestimated aspects ofthe English language, and it’s how people remember us. This is allthe more reason to be prepared with the right expressions, and tomake them a permanent part of your repertoire.
5 Basic Goodbyes You Probably Know AlreadyGoodbye is rarely used and often as adefinitive goodbye (I will not see youagain) while bye is more relaxed andinformal.GoodbyeByeSee You LaterSee youLaterIn see you later and see you, the“you” is pronounced as ya (withthe same sound of the “u” infun)
6 Essential Goodbyes to Add to Your RepertoireIt Was Nice to See You Again is one of the most effective andimportant things you can include in your goodbye to a person youalready know. If you just met them, most everybody knows thestandard “nice to meet you,” but few English learners know howto say “It was nice to see you again.”Take Care is one of my favorites because it’s good to use in bothinformal and formal situations, with friends and strangers, andalways seems to have a sincere feel to it.Take it Easy is another one of my favorite greetings, and it iswhat I use in informal situations. While a lot of people use “Takeit easy” to say “calm down” (which is another use of it, asexemplified in the Eagles song “Take it Easy”), the goodbyecommunicates that I hope you have the chance to relax andenjoy whatever it is you do.
Have a Good One is another awesome American greeting thatbasically wishes the other person well. You can say have agood “day” or “week” or “trip” or “vacation,” but “have a goodone” communicates the general intention without focusing onthe specifics of any one event.Have a nice ___________ is another common greeting thatyou can use in many situation. Similar to the aboveexample, we’re always saying “have a nice day/ week/vacation/ meeting, etc.” It’s one of the most universal andrespectful ways to say goodbye to another person. This is agoodbye we well as a way to say good luck.Until…. This is not as common of a greeting as it used to be,but it is used when you know you’re going to see the person(until tomorrow/ until Saturday, etc).
15 Cool Slang Goodbyes You’ll Never Learn in SchoolPeace (Out) was really popular a few years back, but is stillpretty common in some circles. It comes from the universalexpression of “Peace,” has become a verb (I’m going to peaceout now. See you later!), and is often accompanied by the twofingered peace sign. This is a semi-hip-hop informal goodbye, somake sure you don’t use it in a business meeting. I still use thisone with my friends.I’m out of here (“I’m ouda here) or a simple “I’m out” is a quick and informalway to announce that you will be leaving amongst your friends. A friend ofmine from Boston used to joke around with this and say “I’m outa hair like abald man” (here sounds like hair, and “out of” also means no more- i.e. “thecar is out of gas.”).(I’ll) Catch You Later/ Catch You On The Flip Side: While Catch You Later is still inpopular use, Catch You on the Flip Side is a bit more rare. While, “Catch You Later”is pretty self-explanatory, The Flip Side basically means on the other side of things,when things come back around.
I gotta* go / I gotta* get going: See note below for explanation on “gotta.”These are both easy ways to delicately let somebody know that you needto leave and start to say goodbye. The get from “get going” means tomove toward (going). Example: “Look, Jack, I gotta get going. It was niceto see you again. Take care.”I Gotta Jet- “Jet”, which is literally a huge passenger aircraft, has been madeinto a goodbye that means that you are leaving promptly (like a jet)!I Gotta Take Off- Similar to “Jet,” take off is another word that comes fromaircraft terminology. Take off is when the plane leaves the ground, so whenyou say that you’re taking off, it means that you’re leaving.I Gotta Roll- While “roll” literally is used for things with wheels(car, skateboard), it means to make movement, so when you say “I gottaroll,” it means that you need to move.I Gotta Run- This one seems pretty self-explanatory. Although you’re notreally running, “I Need to Run” indicates more hurry in your goodbye.
I Gotta Split- “Split,” which means “divide” in many cases, here means to leavequickly, or to head in the other direction.I Gotta Make Tracks – “Tracks” are the footprints you leave on the ground, sowhen you say “make tracks,” it means to leave a trail of footprints and leave.I Gotta Hit The Road- “Hit” in this sense means to “get on” or “start” onsomething, so “Hit the Road” means to leave/ start moving on the road.0I Gotta Head (Out) – “Head”/ “Head out” is another cool way I announce mydeparture regularly. Head as a verb is to “go in the direction of.” It makes a lot ofsense because when you move directions, you always start with your head(physically and intentionally).I Gotta Bounce- “Bounce” is what a basketball does when you dribble it withyour hand, and it represents the initial conscious effort/ push you make to leave(it’s often not easy to bounce yourself away from a party).
Everyday ActivitiesFollow along with Harold’s everyday activities. Are they thesame as your activities?Every day, Harold sleeps until 6 a.m. He gets up when his alarm rings at 6.He takes a shower after he gets up.1. 2.3.
Then he gets dressed. He eats breakfast at 7 oclock.Afterbreakfast, Haroldusually reads thenewspaper.Everyday, Harold leavesfor work by 8 oclock.He gets a bus towork at 8:15.4. 188.8.131.52.
He takes the bus pastUniversity Avenue.When he gets off the bus, heusually waves to the bus driver.Harold usually gets towork by 8:30.He works all day athis desk.Harold leaves work everyday at 184.108.40.206.12. 13.
After work, he goes tothe park. At the park, Harold playsbasketball with hisfriends.He finally getshome at 6:30.At home, Harold eats dinnerat 7 oclock everyday.Harold always goes tobed by 10 oclock.220.127.116.11 18.
What to sayHow to ask about the weather.Whats the weather like?Whats the weather doing?Is it raining where you are?
The sun is shining Its drizzlingThe wind is blowing Its raining (The rain isfalling.)Its hailing Its pouring (The rain ispouring down.)Its snowing (The snow isfalling.) Its thunderingClick on the picture to here the words.
Sweltering = Itssweltering. or Its asweltering day.Freezing = Its freezing.or Its a freezing day.Warm = Its warn. orIts a warm day.Cold = Its cold. or Its acold day.Sunny = Its sunny. orIts a sunny day.Cloudy = Its cloudy. orIts a cloudy day.Clear = Its clear. orIts a clear day.Stormy = Its stormy. orIts a stormy day.Click on the picture to here the words.
Click on the picture to here the words.Misty = Its misty. or Its amisty day.Foggy = Its foggy. or Itsa foggy day.Breezy = Its breezy. orIts a breezy dayWindy = Its windy. orIts a windy day.Showery = Its showery.or Its a showery day.Rainy = Its rainy. or Itsa rainy day.Frosty = Its frosty. or Itsa frosty day.Snowy = Its snowy. orIts a snowy day.
Click on the picture to here the words.Icy = Its icy. or Its anicy day.Drizzly = Its drizzly. or Itsa drizzly day.. Dry = Its dry. or Its adry day.Wet = Its wet. or Its a wetday.sunshine lightningpuddles raindrops
Click on the picture to here the words.hailstones snowflakesfrost The weather forecastflood droughtTidal wave tornado / twister
Click on the picture to here the words.Atlantic / Eastern Pacific = a hurricaneNorthwest Pacific = a typhoonRest of the world = a cyclonehot, scorching wet, miserable, dampwarm, mild, fine, dry dull, greycool, refreshing cold, chilly
Walk. Sit down.Get up.Stand up. Point to the floor.Everyday CommandsClick on the picture to listen as you read the word(s).
Open the door. Close the door.Put the cucumber in the box.Take the cucumber out of the box. Write your name down.Click on the picture to listen as you read the word(s).
Turn off the light. Turn on the light.Kneel on the floor.Throw the cucumber inthe basket.Touch the chairClick on the picture to listen as you read the word(s).
Common School WordsThis is a pencil. This is an eraser.This is a thumbtackor pushpin.Click on the picture to listen as you read the word(s).
This is a binder.This is a ruler.This is a stapler.These are scissors.This is a book.Click on the picture to listen as you read the word(s).
Click on the picture to listen as you read the word(s).This is a pen.This is a marker.This is apaperclip.This is a blackboardor chalkboard.This is a desk.Continue toExercises
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