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Beginning English - Lesson 1 - Greetings
This page: Learn the names of the lessons, possessive adjectives, phrases for greeting people, and other vocabulary.
Pages in this lesson: Vocabulary - Grammar - Listening - Dialogue - Reading - Pronunciation - Dictation - Game

 

Vocabulary

Instructions

  1. Print the vocabulary list.
  2. Translate the words. (Google Translation - http://translate.google.com/)
    - or -
    Look up the English definition. (Longman Dictionary - http://www.ldoceonline.com/)
  3. Do the exercises below. Click on a word to hear the pronunciation.

English Lesson Names

Vocabulary
Grammar
Listening
Dialogue
Reading
Pronunciation
Dictation
Game

Practice
Select the name of the lesson in English.

1.   

   Chess game

 

2.   

   Ear

 

3.   

   JOE - Hi. My name is Joe.
   SUE - Hi. My name is Sue.
   JOE - Nice to meet you.
   SUE - Nice to meet you, too.

 

4.   

   Hi = Hello

 

5.   

   Mouth

 

6.   

   Reading

 

7.   

   Dictation

 

8.   

   I am
      in negative is
   I'm not

 

 

Possessive Adjectives in English

my
your
his
her
its
our
their

Practice
Select the English possessive adjective that agrees
with the subject of the sentence.

example:   I read  book.

1.  She reads book. 

 

2.  He reads  book. 

 

3.  They read  books. 

 

4.  You read  books. 

 

5.  We read  book. 

 

6.  I read  book. 

 

7.  Fred reads  book. 

 

8.  Karen and I read  books. 

 

9.  Susan reads  book. 

 

10. Janet and Mary read  books. 

 

Phrases for greeting people in English

My name's _______. 
What's your name?
Nice to meet you.
too
Hello
Hi

Practice
Put the parts of the conversation in order.
Write numbers in the textboxes to indicate the order.
Click on CHECK when you are finished.

Hi. My name's Janet.  What's your name?

My name's Sarah.  Nice to meet you.

Hello.

Nice to meet you, too.

  

 

Other Vocabulary from this Lesson

woman
man
name
from
have
listen
new
Spain
housewife
husband
two
children

Practice
Click on an image and then click on the word in English.

Click on
an image
Then click
on a word
Man
Woman
Ear
Spanish flag
Husband & wife
Children

 

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The verb "to have"

 

Beginning English - Lesson 1 - Greetings
Vocabulary - Grammar - Listening - Dialogue - Reading - Pronunciation - Dictation - Game

 

 

 

 

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