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Greetings (How are you?) – English Speaking Practice | Mark Kulek ESL
How are you? I’m … . KeyWords: angry, fine, good, great, happy, thirsty, hungry, not so good, sad, wonderful. Learn English with Mark Kulek ESL.View Video
Describing People and Actions | Mark Kulek – ESL
Describing People – He/ She Looks … Also – This is my… . You will practice important vocabulary – teacher, father, mother, brother, sister, grandfather, friend, me. You will also learn how to describe people – interesting, strict, funny, cheerful, happy, cool, beautiful. In the second part of this video, you will learn to describe what people are doing. These patterns are color coded so that you can see how the sentences are constructed and will be easier for you to learn. There is also reading practice in this video. This is an interactive listening and speaking video. Have fun learning how to describe people. Have fun speaking English nowView Video
Ordinal Numbers with Spelling – 1st to 12th | Mark Kulek – ESL
Ordinal Numbers – first (1st) to twelfth (12th) with spelling. Learn spelling for these ordinal numbers. In the first part of this video, you will repeat after Mark Kulek. In the second part of this video, you will practice on your own. This will help build your English speaking and fluency skills. This is an interactive listening and speaking video. Have fun learning ordinal numbers and speak English now.View Video
Colors and Shapes | Basic Vocabulary Practice | ESL
In this video, you will learn the names of colors and shapes in English. This video is for beginners. This will help learners speak and understand Basic English. This is important vocabulary practice with illustrations for better understanding. Each vocabulary item is repeated twice and then you will practice saying the word a third time yourself. This will help you learn and speak English. Have fun and speak English now.View Video
Basic Phonic Sounds – Nn Pp Qq Rr Ss | English Pronunciation Practice | ESL
You will learn these basic English phonic sounds: Nn Pp Qq Rr Ss. This is how Americans pronounce these consonants. Each word is illustrated for better understanding. You will first listen to Mark pronounce each letter, then you will practice on your own. This will help build your speaking skills. In the second part of this video, you will be asked what starts with …(Nn, Pp, Qq, Rr, Ss)? You will then give the correct answer. This will help build your English speaking skills, confidence and fluency. This is an interactive listening and speaking. Have fun and speak English now.