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Essential Phrases - Classroom Language

Essential Phrases - Classroom Language

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Published by: Claudio Salgado Rice on May 02, 2011
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Essential phrases - Classroom language

4/30/11 5:32 PM

Classroom language - Essential phrases
The language spoken in the lessons is English. These are the most important phrases you should know, understand, or be able to use. The Magic Words Excuse me. Thank you. Appreciate. You're welcome. Pardon? Please. No, thank you. I'm sorry.

Must Know Vocabulary Verb Preposition Comma Apostrophe Adjective Pronoun Semicolon Hyphen Colon Question mark Quotations Dash Noun Adverb

abc de fgh i j k l m n opqrs t u v w x y z Greetings/Small Talk Good morning everybody. How are you today? What's up? Now, let's start today's lesson. Good afternoon everyone. Fine. Not much. See you tomorrow/ Friday/next week. Not too bad. Have a nice/good day!

Now, let's begin today's Today we will be lesson. going to (blah, blah, blah).

General Clarity English Questions I don't understand. Are you saying "blah blah blah"? Could you explain it How do you say "blah, blah, blah" in English? Can you say that again, please? What do you call "blah, blah, blah" in English? What does "blah, blah, blah" mean?

What is the meaning of What does it mean?
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Classroom language 4/30/11 5:32 PM once more. Student to Teacher Classroom English Can I come to your office? Would you pronounce the word "blah. Could you speak louder. blah. Listen carefully. Ready? Are you ready? Excellent. blah. Teacher to Student Classroom English What's the problem? Here we go.Essential phrases . When is the homework due? Can I go to the restroom? What is the difference between "a" and "b"? Just a minute/second/sec. can I talk to you for a minute? Can I change seats? http://www. please? Would you repeat that? Opposite meaning. It means the same thing. That's correct. Excuse me. One more time.de/skool/essential-phrases. . "Cold" is the opposite meaning of "hot". "blah. Please pronounce each word. That's right. Now let's go/move on to. blah"? Would you give us an example? What do you mean? I don't understand the homework. blah"? How do you spell "blah.html Página 2 de 3 How should I pronounce "blah. blah"? How do you spell that? How do you pronounce this word? What does USA stand for? Could you explain a little bit more about that? I didn't understand today's lesson. Looks good. blah.weberberg... Let's go/start. Perfect. blah blah"? Can you speak more slowly? What is the opposite meaning of " hot"? Would you mind speaking louder? What is another meaning for "big"? Can you speak more loudly? Would you read the last sentence a little more slowly? What page? "Large" is another meaning for "big". please? I can't hear you. I'm sorry I am late.

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