In the first class, I explained to you the following: 1. Making sentences using verb to "be" (am, is, are). 2.Articles (a, an) 3. subject nouns (singular, plural, pronouns) a, noun + is + noun: singular b. noun+ are + noun: plural c. pronoun + Be + noun 4. Contractions with BE. 5. Negative with BE 6. BE + ADJECTIVES 7. Be + places 8. Yes/No question with Be. 9. Short answers to Yes/No questions. 10. Some feeling vocabulary. 11. Finally, Using Have and Has In our discussion, here, try to write one lesson that you have got from this first lecture. Try to answer this question "Have you learned anything new from this lesson? if yes, tell us what you've learned. If no, do you think this lesson isn't necessary? why do you think so? " Also, if you were me, how are you going to teach verb to "be"? Looking forward to read your responses. Cheers People must have a clear purpose in learning English. They must know why they want to learn English. The awareness of the reason for leaning gives you the right motivation and focus. English can be learned for several purposes. It would be a good idea to identify one’s reason to learn English in order to encourage oneself to continue learning English every time. Perhaps one’s purpose is more mundane, more down-to earth-concerned with daily life of a modest person. One may just want to run a supermarket selling a range of everyday products. Here too you will need to know English to deal with you mode valuable customers. Whatever the reason you have to learn English, you will never regret to have done it. English is one of the moist widely language spoken around the world as well as the most taught. Many people learn English as their foreign or second language and it is the lingua franca of business. If you learn English, you will be able to get ahead professionally. Employers usually value their employees who handle many foreign languages. The following list shows some of the main reason why learn English language is very important today
المناقشة رقم 2 Dear Students, In our second lecture, we have talked about: 1. scanning & skimming, 2. Rules of pronoun reference 3. Some structures such as verb to be (am, are, is) and their negative forms. Answer only of the following questions: 1. What's the difference between scanning and skimming? or 2. What are the rules of pronoun reference? give me two examples at least. or 3. Explain to me, the use of verbs to be. Give me examples. Scan: To look over quickly and systematically; to look over or leaf through hastily Skim: To give a quick and superficial reading, scrutiny, or consideration; glance Scanninginvolves a process of quickly searching reading materials in order to locate specific bits of information. When scanning you don't start from the beginning and read to the end. Skimming is another technique whose purpose is to gain a quick overview in order to identify the main points. When skimming, you will often skip words, sentences, and paragraphs. Skimming and scanning are very important reading techniques. In short, skimming refers to looking through material quickly to gather a general sense of the ideas, information, or topic itself. When you skim, you read through an article three to four times faster than when you read each word. Scanning refers to reading through material to find specific information. When you scan, you run your eyes over text or information to pull out specific words, phrases, or data
المناقشة رقم 3 Dear Students, The third recorded class covers four main topics: Articles, pronouns, have/has. Had, and verbs to be. Can you tell me the use of (A, An, The)? Give me examples. When we are talking about one thing in particular, we use the. When we are talking about one thing in general, we use a or an. •I was born in a town. •John had an omelette for lunch. •James Bond ordered a drink. •We want to buy an umbrella. •Have you got a pen? •The capital of France is Paris. •I have found the book that I lost. •Have you cleaned the car? •There are six eggs in the fridge. •Please switch off the TV when you finish.