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Everyday Expressions – English For Communication | 1 | English Speaking Practice | ESL
Everyday Expressions – English For Communication: you will learn 16 patterns for better communication. These expressions are used in conversation form for context. These conversations are color coded and illustrated for better understanding. In the first part, you will listen to Mark Kulek and in the second part you will practice on your own. This will build your English speaking skills and fluency. This is an interactive listening and speaking video. Have fun learning these everyday expressions and speak English now. Join Mark’s Facebook Group: MarkKulek English Speaking Practice.View Video
Mark Kulek Live Stream – 12 | How to use Chopsticks – Instructions | Activity Worksheets | ESL
Today’s Live Stream, we will talk about how to use chopsticks. We will do three worksheets. We will do four activities: Activity 1 – learning the names of our fingers in English. Activity 2 – reading practice and dialogue (how to use chopsticks instructions). Activity 3 – vocabulary practice: place the correct word into the sentence. Activity 4 – what foods are easy to eat with chopsticks, what foods are hard to eat with chopsticks and what food is impossible to eat with chopsticks. The last activity is for you to complete on your own – like homework or with a group.
Mark Kulek Live Stream – 10 | Reading Activity – Fitness and Workouts | ESL
For this Live Stream, we will do a reading activity about 10 minute workouts that you can do at home. There are three worksheets: page one is preview and practice before the reading, page two is the reading and a word list that you will complete and page three is for to make a 6 day workout plan. Let’s do this! This should be fun 🙂 Thank you for joining me today.View Video
Mark Kulek Live Stream – 5 | Asking For Help – Excuse me. Does this bus go downtown?
Today’s Live Stream is: Asking For Help. Today’s practice conversation is two people at a bus stop. One person is asking another person for help. This is the conversation: Excuse me. Does this bus go downtown? No, it goes uptown. Do you know which bus goes downtown? The next bus goes downtown. Thank you. You are welcome. Key words: Excuse me, bus, downtown, uptown, no. Pattern: Does this ___ go ___? Some other places to take a bus: the airport, school, the hotel, the train station. Mark also talked about these topics: public transportation, places people need to go, how to ask for help, situations for asking for help. Here are some other ways to start a conversation for asking for help: Do you know…?, I’m looking for…, Could your tell me..? Pardon me, How do I get to…? Sorry, can you tell me…? You can see this whiteboard at Mark’s Facebook Groups page: MarkKulek English Speaking Practice
10 Very Short Conversations | Set 1 | Easy English Conversation Practice
In this video, you will learn 10 short English conversations that will help your English speaking skills. You will also be able to practice speaking on your own. You will be able to role play or do both roles by yourself. This video is ideal for both in class study or self-study. Learning these simple short conversations will transfer to many different situations to help your English fluency.