Learn English Make a Sentence and Pronunciation Lesson 15: Skiiers
26 сентября 2013

Learn English Make a Sentence and Pronunciation Lesson 15: Skiiers

Learn English Make a Sentence and Pronunciation Lesson 15: Skiiers
This new series of lessons has real-time "make a sentence" with a view of how to move the mouth. The students are encouraged to make their own sentences as well. The video has one page to keep it simple. The English is American accent English with slow speaking. Learn English with these new videos from Teacher Phil. All free English learning lessons are available on www.teacherphil.com and you can download lesson PPT PowerPoint files as well.
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#1 написал: bonghamlife JO (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
This class has good subscribes too. Thank? you.
#2 написал: Vietnameyes (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
Many other channel produce lesson with complex animation and visual effects, but in fact, it's not really practical, I mean, the content, learners need something simple but contained knowledge, and things that textbooks can not provide. In English teaching,? Phil's videos go far in distance. Congratulation : )
#3 написал: TeacherPhilEnglish (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
outfit is singular. example --> The man is wearing green pants. The woman? is wearing a red shirt.
#4 написал: MuhammadEgypt (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
Hi, In? the first sentences you said " the man is wearing a green outfit and that the woman is wearing a red outfit. my question is why do you used the article (a) before the adjectives? Why can't we say the man is wearing red outfit?
#5 написал: indalondon2011 (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
hey you are great? 100000 THANKSSSS
#6 написал: MyArtSchool (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
Thanks Phil for the info,? btw, i just remember what my teacher at school told me that .. (thing/person) + and + (Thing/person) = plural
#7 написал: Tyler Branson (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
@teacher Phil English: I do not think "there is SINGULAR NOUN? + AND + SINGULAR NOUN" is the right combination. Check the Grammar in Use of Raymond Murphy and ... yah, THERE ARE is a right choice :)
#8 написал: TeacherPhilEnglish (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
Not really. Only for plural words .Man is singular , woman is singular. So you can say? "There is a man and a woman standing next to the mountain" or "There are two people standing next to the mountain". I'm not sure if there's a rule. I am making sentences based on how we talk.
#9 написал: MyArtSchool (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
Shouldn't it be " There are a man and a woman." ? (? in line 4 )
#10 написал: TeacherPhilEnglish (28 сентября 2013 11:12)
After posting? blackboard, screen capture and monkey videos it seemed best to combine all into a new series
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