Speakings lessons from beginner to advanced level with detailed and clear explanation in each speaking situation.

Making an Invitation

Making an Invitation

How do you invite people to do something in English? How do you respond to an invitation? What can you say to accept or refuse when someone gives you an invitation? This lesson will introduce some basic ways to make and repond to invitations. 1. Do you want to dance? No thanks. I’m kind of tired right now […]

Can you give me a towel please?

Making a Request

Making a request is funtional language in English speaking. It’s important to be polite when making a request for something or some action from other people. The way you request people to do something for you is the same as when you ask for favours. 1. Give me a paper towel. Here you are. 2. Please mail this […]

Asking for favours

Asking for Favours

We should be polite when asking for favours. In your everyday English speaking situation, you probably ask your friends, your manager or your staff to do something on their kindness or generousity. How do you ask for favours? 1. Can you help me with my math? Sure. What’s the problem? 2. Could you bring me some coffee? I’d […]

Making Suggestion in English

Making Suggestion

Today we will learn about functional English, making suggestion. You give suggestion to your friends or yourself when you have an idea to do something. Suggestions are very often expressed in the form of questions. Let’s listen to the following conversations. 1. I think you should buy the blue one. That’s a good idea. 2. […]

English consonents and vowels

Consonants

There are 20 consonants in English. They are b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, z. Other consonants are ch, ng, qu, sh, th, wh and semivowel y Letters Sounds Examples b [b] baby, best, buy, bring, blind, absent, about, number, labor, robber, […]

two vowels diphthongs

Two Vowels and Diphthongs

Diphthongs are two vowels in the same syllable. When you pronounce diphthongs the tongue moves from one vowel to another. For example, when you pronounce the word “bike [baik]“, the vowel sound glides or moves from [a] to the vowel [i]. When you speak the word “bike [baik]” you will understand how the vowel sound […]

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One Vowel

English vowels are “a, e, i, o, u”. But in pronunciation, the sounds of the vowels are different. Every syllable in English must contain at least one vowel. We have short and long vowels, and of course, each syllable has one vowel only. Click on the picture, hear the sound and repeat. The short vowels […]

speaking situation - buy and sell

Buying and Selling

In this lesson, we have a look at some of the specific English words and phrases used in buying and selling. These are the situation between the sellers and the buyers.     1. May I help you? Yes, I’d like to buy these razors. Okay, that’ll be $6.85 with tax. 2. What can I do for you? I’m […]

Talking about Occupations in English

Talking about Occupations in English

Occupation is what people do as their work to earn a living. Here are some sample phrases and sentences you can use for talking about occupations in English.   1. He works in a hospital and help people who are sick. Sometimes he gets people shot or medicine. 2. She works at school and teaches […]

Describing a picture

  In this lesson, we will learn some of our top tips for describing a picture or a photo. Look at your picture carefully and take a few moments to think before you start talking. What do you see in the picture? There is a ____ There’s a ____ There are some ____ There’re some ____ Is there a ____ ? […]