• English Conversation Cover

Conversation for Competent Beginners

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Conversation for Competent Beginners is a collection of 26 of the best lesson handouts for English learners practicing speaking. Each sheet or lesson focuses on conversation through the use of clear, easy-to-drill examples, natural dialogue and techniques like asking follow-up questions and adding extra information in the easiest ways possible. They have been used with students who already have some familiarity with English and are ready to have short conversations.
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Pages are designed for easy printing with loads of great examples, replacement drills, and dialogues for students to review, along with, of course, lots of amazing images. You and your students are going to love it and buy purchasing you help support all the free materials elsewhere on the site.
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What’s included in the book?
Greetings – starting a conversation, introducing yourself and asking questions.
Jobs – talking about what you do and adding more information.
Coworkers – describing people’s personalities, like coworkers & family members.
Yesterday – talking about the past and adding extra information.
Have you ever been to__? – where you were born, where you grew up.
Weather – describing the weather in different places and times of year.
Sports – talking about the past and using do, go, play to describe activities.
Last – When did you ___ last? Describing past experience.
Family – brothers and sisters, yes no questions, relationships.
Neighborhood – Places to live, locations.
How long – does it take? travel and transportation.
Future – going to, probably going to, might plus negatives.
Invitations – do you want to, let’s.
Time – future times, going to, and clock time.
Likes – sports, movies, games, regular free time activities.
Pets – yes / no questions – preferences, comparisons.
Favorites – movies, actors, sports, food using because.
Feelings – feeling sick and describing it.
Last Summer – how many times, how long
Else – daily chores and activities, else, also.
What / Where / When – Wh questions and conversation.
How often – once a week, twice, every day, never
Free time – movies, novels, the internet, sports.
Tomorrow – conversation flow and follow up questions.
Last weekend – past events, using and omitting to.
Saying goodbye – ending a conversation, saying goodbye, adding more.

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