English Lesson 101 How to start a conversation. English Lesson 101 How to start a conversation 1.The greeting 問候語 2.Feelings 感覺 3.Introducing 介紹 4.Say

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English Lesson 101 The Greeting Hello Good Morning (until 12am) Good Afternoon (12am 17~19pm) Good Evening

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English Lesson 101 How to start a conversation English Lesson 101 How to start a conversation 1.The greeting 2.Feelings 3.Introducing 4.Say Goodbye English Lesson 101 The Greeting Hello Good Morning (until 12am) Good Afternoon (12am 17~19pm) Good Evening English Lesson 101 Feelings How are you? Im fine, and you? Im fine, too. English Lesson 101 Introducing Whats your name? I am Peter, and you? I am Sue. Have we met before? 1. No, I dont think we have. 2. I don't think we have met before. Nice to meet you Nice to meet you, too 1. Yes, I think we have. 2. I think we have already met. Nice to see you again. Thank you. English Lesson 101 Introducing Where are you from? I am from Beijing, China Are you Chinese? Yes, I am. No, I am a Taiwanese. And where are you from? I am from London, England. Are you British? Yes, I am. No, I am Irish. English Lesson 101 Say Goodbye Goodbye See you See ya Cya See you tomorrow Good night (going to sleep) English Lesson 101 How to continue a conversation English Lesson 101 How to continue a conversation 5.The numbers 6.Age 7.Work 8.Hobby English Lesson 101 The numbers 0 Zero 1 One 2 Two 3 Three 4 Four 5 Five 6 Six 7 Seven 8 Eight 9 Nine 10 Ten 11 Eleven 12 Twelve 13 Thirteen 14 Fourteen 15 Fifteen 16 Sixteen 17 Seventeen 18 Eighteen 19 Nineteen 20 Twenty 21 Twentyone 22 Twentytwo 23 Twentythree 30 Thirty 40 Fourty 50 Fifty 90 Ninety 100 One Hundred 1000 One Thousand English Lesson 101 The numbers 1st First 2nd Second 3rd Third 4th Fourth 5th Fifth 6th Sixth 7th Seventh 8th Eighth 9th Ninth 10th Tenth 20th Twentieth 21st Twenty-first 22nd Twenty-second 23rd Twenty-third 30th Thirtieth 40th Fortieth 50th fiftieth 100th Hundredth Today is the 12th (of) august(,) Today is August (the) 12th (USA) English Lesson 101 The numbers Example 4572 Four thousand five hundred seventy-two Sixty-three thousand nine hundred forty 132 One hundred thirty-two English Lesson 101 Age Peter: How old are you? Sue: Im twenty-nice years old, and you? Peter: Im twenty-three years old. English Lesson 101 Work Where do you work? I am working at Century Galaxy. Where is your workplace? It is in Beijing, China. What are you doing there? I am an * office manager. I am a * English teacher * a vs. an How long did you work there? I am working since two years. English Lesson 101 Work English Lesson 101 Work English Lesson 101 Hobby What are your hobbies? What do you do in your spare time? My hobbies consist of golfing, reading books, and watching movies. I like to play computer games in my free time. I like to read magazines. During my spare time, I like to cook. I love every type of sports. I need to find a hobby. I have nothing to do all day. English Lesson 101 A vs. AN = indefinite article A AN= A vs. An (= indefinite article) USE 8 In English, some nouns are considered uncountable such as: information, air, advice, salt and fun. Examples: She gives a good advice. Not Correct She gives good advice. Correct A + consonant He is a teacher. I am working as a receptionist AN + Vowels (a, e, i, o, u) I am working as an actor. You get an invitation. A(AN) means "one" or "a single" I saw a bears at the Park. Not Correct I saw bears at the Park. Correct Exceptions A + Vowels with a Y sounds She has a euro. S OUNDS LIKE " YU - RO ". That number is a one. " WON " This is a university. " YOO - NIVERSITY Y Exceptions 2 AN + Consonant with a V. sounds I have an hour for lunch. S OUNDS LIKE " AU - ER ". It is an "F"? S OUNDS LIKE " EFF ".