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(1) GRAMMAR

 

 

VERB:to be

 

 

 

I am (I'm)

 

He is (He's)

 

You are (You're)

 

 

 

She is (She's)

 

We are (We're)

 

 

 

It is (It's)

 

They are (They're)

 

 

 

example

 

Hello. My name is (name's) Friend Lee.

 

Nice to meet you, Mr. Robb.

 

How are you doing?

 

Nice to meet you, too.

 

 

 

Karen, this is Brad.

 

 

 

What is (What's) your name?

 

 

 

How are you?

 

I am(I'm) fine,thanks.

 

Where are you from?

 

I am (I'm) from Korea.

 

Where is Hajin from?

 

She is (She's) from Korea.

 

 

 

Possessive Adjectives

 

 

I                       My

 

You                   Your

 

He                    His

 

She                  Her

 

It                     Its

 

We                   Our

 

They                 Their

 

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

A)Please call me Friend Lee.

 

I am Friend Lee.

 

My second name is Lee.

 

B)Mr.Lee

 

A)How about Korea?

 

What's your name?

 

Where are you from?

 

How about you?

 

 

 

 

(2) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

VERB:to be(negative)

 

 

 

 

                                          It is not (isn't)        You are not (aren't)

 

I am not (I'm not)             He is not (isn't)       We are not (aren't)

 

                                         She is not (isn't)      They are not(aren't)

 

 

 

YES/NO QUESTIONS

 

 

Are you from Korea?        Yes, I am.

 

                                        No, I'm not. I'm from Japan.

 

Is he from Korea?            Yes, he is.

 

                                         No, he isn't. He's from Japan.

 

Are they from Korea?      Yes, they are.

 

                                         No, they aren't. They're from Japan.

 

 

 

Asking about jobs

 

 

 

 

                                 do you do?                 I'm a teacher.

 

What                        does she / he do?      She / He's an English Teacher.

 

                                do they do?                They're computer programmer.

 

 

 

Example

 

 

A)What are you doing for living?

 

B)I study Real Estate.

 

My father has a Real Estate and these kinds of jobs

 

I study

 

 

 

(3) GRAMMAR

 

YES/NO QUESTIONS

 

 

Is/Are-----adjective?

 

Is/Are-----from Country?

 

 

 

 

 

Is he weak?                               Yes, he is. / No, he isn't.

 

Is Karen pretty?                       Yes, she is. / No, she isn't.

 

Are Robb and April Canadian?   Yes, they are. / No, they aren't.

 

Are they from Canada?            Yes, they are. / No, they aren't.

 

 

 

Country             Nationality             Country           Nationality

 

 

Korea                Korean                    Japan              Japanese

 

China                Chinese                    France            French

 

Canada             Canadian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(4) GRAMMAR

 

SIMPLE PRESENT

 

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

 

 

I

 

You

 

                       eat breakfast at 9:00 a.m.

 

We

 

They

 

 

 

 

 

She

 

                      eats breakfastat at 8:00 a.m.

 

He

 

 

 

NAGATIVE STATEMENTS

 

 

 

I

 

 

You

 

                               don't eat breakfast at 9:00 a.m.

 

We

 

They

 

 

 

 

 

She

 

                               doesn't eat breakfast at 8:00 a.m.

 

He

 

 

 

YES/NO QUESTIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

                      you                                                                  Yes, I do.

 

Do                 we                          work on Sunday?

 

                     they                                                                 No, I don't.                        

 

      

                     he                                                                    Yes, she / he does.

 

Does             she                        work on Sunday?

 

                     it                                                                     No, she / he doesn't.

 

 

WH-QUESTIONS

 

 

 

 

                              I                                                                         he

 

When do                you        go to bed?          When does                  she     go to bed?

 

                             we                                                                                  

 

                             they                                                                      it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                    at night?                                                      on Sunday night?

 

What do you do           in the evening?        What does she do         on Friday night?

 

                                    in the afternoon?                                         on Monday?   

 

                                    in the morning?        What do they do          at 12:00?

 

 

(5) GRAMMAR

 

Go and Play

 

Do you go chatting?

 

Yes, I do. / No, I don't.

 

Does he play baseball?

 

Yes, he does. / No, he doesn't.

 

 

 

She goes bowling.                                     He plays badminton.

 

               dancing.                                                   volleyball.

 

               hiking.                                                      baseball.

 

               shopping.                                                  basketball.

 

               skating.                                                    ping-pong.

 

               skiing.                                                      tennis.

 

               golf.                                                         soccer.

 

               swimming.                                                the piano.

 

                                                                               the guitar.

 

 

(6) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

VERB : to have

 

He

 

She       has

 

It

 

You                      

 

We        have       

 

They

 

Do you have any brothers or sisters? Yes, I have one sister and two brothers.

 

 

No, I don't.

 

Does he have any children? Yes, he has one son and one daughter.

 

 

No, he doesn't

Useful Expression

 

Is that wrong? How many people do you have in your family?

 

How many brothers and sisters do you have?

 

(7) GRAMMAR

 

What does she look like?

 

to be + adjective to have + adjective + noun

 

I am thin. He has blue eyes.

 

He is young. She has brown hair.

 

She is short. You have black beard.

 

They are tall. We have small ears.

 

Is he old? Yes, he is. Does she have curly hair?

 

Yes, she does.

 

No, he isn't

 

 

No, she doesn't.

 

Are We tall? Yes, We are. Do you have blue eyes?

 

Yes, I do.

 

No, We aren't.

 

No, I don't.

 

(8) GRAMMAR

 

Don't like

 

Hate Doesn't like like love

 

|--------|----------------|-----------|

 

|                                                   |

 

0%                                            100%

 

hate                                          hate

 

like (noun)                                 like to +(verb)

 

love                                           love

 

Do you hate Brad?                     Do you hate to play the guitar?

 

Yes, I do./No, I don't                Yes, I do./No, I don't.

 

 

 

 

What do you hate/like/love?      What do you hate /like/love to do?

 

I hate/like/love chocolate.         I hate / like /love to watch TV.

 

 

 

 

What does he hate to do?          What does she hate?

 

He hates to go bowling.              She hates dogs.

 

He loves to play the piano.         She loves cats.

 

(9) GRAMMAR

DETERMINERS

 

That is a picture. Those are pictures.

 

This is a picture. These are pictures.

 

Use a/an... Use no Article...

 

1.With one general thing.                    1.With many general things.

 

He closes a door.                                Subways are fast.

 

(any door is okay)

 

2.With one of many                            2.With some common expressions.

 

A dog have four legs.                         at home, at school, from work, at night, in bed, etc.

 

 

3.After the verb to be, except for    3.With continents,countries, counties, states, towns,

 

 

plural and specific things.                   streets and people's names

 

He's a student.                                   I live in Seongnam city near Seoul in Korea .

 

 

(10) GRAMMAR

ADJECTIVES

 

What's it made of? It's made of paper.

 

What's it feel like? It's soft and light.

 

What's it look like? It's red and round.

Is your purse black? Yes, it's black and leather.

 

You look like healthy Yes, I am healthy.

 

(11) GRAMMAR

 

Is there a television? Yes, there is. No, there isn't.

 

Are there any chairs? Yes, there are. No, there aren't.

 

Is there a song 'Lord's prayer' in America?

 

PREPOSITIONS

 

above behind between in in front of next to on under

 

 

Where is the coffee table?         It's next to the bookcase.

 

Where are the flowers?             They're on the coffee table.

Useful Expressions

We have the same pictures.        I have it my picture.

 

I will paste the board on the wall.

 

 

(12) GRAMMAR

PREPOSITIONS

 

across from between

 

 

Is there a police office here?        Are there any librarys in this city?

 

Yes, there is. Yes, there are.

 

No, there isn't. No, there aren't.

 

Where is the police office?

 

 

It's across from | It's between the police and ELS.

 

near | the ELS. It's on the corner of Main street and Second Street.

 

 

next to |

 

(13) GRAMMAR

 

<----- Turn left ------>Turn right <---------Go straight

 

 

| |

Asking for giving directions

 

Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the tax Office?

 

Of course. It's first block away./No, I'm sorry, I don't know.

 

Pardon me, do you know how to get to the tax Office?

 

Of course. Turn left at the corner.

 

Excuse me. do you know where the police is?

 

Yes. Go straight for four blocks.

 

(14) GRAMMAR

 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

 

NOW

 

<---------------------|------------------------>

 

                   To Be (Verb) + ing

 

 

 

 

Who are they talking to? They're talking to Friend Lee.

 

What are you doing? I'm playing the piano.

 

Where is he working? He's working at ELS.

 

He isn't working. He's reading a book.

 

Is she drinking cola? Yes, she is.

 

No, she isn't. she's drinking coffee.

 

(15) GRAMMAR

 

Describing Clothes

 

What's he wearing? He's wearing a jean.

 

What size is it? It's small.

 

What color is it? It's white.

 

What pattern does it have? It's checked.

 

How much is it? It's 7500.

 

____________________________________________________________________________

 

| pattan                          | checked, polka dot, print, solid, striped                                                           |

 

|____________________________________________________________________________|

 

| size                              | extra-large, large, medium, small                                                                     |

 

|____________________________________________________________________________|

 

(16) GRAMMAR

PRESENT SIMPLE

 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

What do you do every day?          What do you do?              What are you doing now?

 

 

I read a book.                               I'm a comedian.                I'm reading a book.

 

 

What does he do every day?         What does he do?            What's he doing now?

 

 

She teaches English.                     She's a teacher.               She's teaching elementary student.

 

 

 

Part2

 

(1) GRAMMAR

 

Exchanging Personal Information

 

WH-and YES/NO QUESTIONS

 

Where are you from? I'm from Korea.

 

What do you do? I'm a teacher.

 

When do you go to bed? I go to bed at 9:00 p.m.

 

 

Who is your best friend? My best friend is Amy.

 

 

How are you? I'm so bad.

 

Do you have any brothers and sisters? Yes, I have an older brother.

 

 

Introductions

 

Hello, my name is Friend Lee.

 

A:Karen, this is Brad. Brad, this is Karen.

 

B:Nice to meet, Miss Karen.

 

Useful Expressions

 

It was nice meeting you.

 

How do you spell that?

 

Again, please.

 

Slower, please.

 

ex)

 

A)Hi

 

B)Do you like music and video?

 

A)I don't like music

 

B)How about video?

 

Last Sunday. he said, "If you smoke, you will go early at heaven."

 

(2) GRAMMAR

 

Requests

 

Open your mind. Can I help you? You will not have a membership fee.

 

 

What can I do for you?

 

Open the door. Would you open the door? Certainly.

 

Ask for help. Could you help me? Sure./I'm sorry. I'm busy now.

 

 

Borrow a pencil. Could I borrow a pencil, please? Sure. Here you are./I'm sorry

 

 

I don't have one.

 

Useful Expressions

 

A:Thank you very much. A:Thank you.

 

B:My pleasure. B:You're welcome.

 

(3) GRAMMAR

 

NOUNS

 

Countable Uncountable

 

singular plural singular plural

 

 

1 Banana 2 Bananas Bread Bread

 

1 Egg 2 Eggs Cheese Cheese

 

1 Tomato 2 Tomatoes Milk Milk

 

 

Do you have any____________?

 

 

Countable Uncountable

 

 

Yes, I have a lot of bananas. Yes, I have a lot of bread.

 

Yes, I have some bananas. Yes, I have some bread.

 

Yes, I have a few bananas. Yes, I have a little bread.

 

No, I don't have any bananas. No,I don't have any bread.

 

You have many money.

 

(4) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

Asking and Talking About Quantities

 

Do you like this kind of bread? Yes, I need a loaf of cake.

 

How much tea do you want? How much bread do you need?

 

I want one box of tea, please. I need one loaf of bread, please.

 

I want two boxes of tea, please. I need two loaves of bread, please.

 

 

How many boxes of tea do you need? How many loaves of bread do you want?

 

 

I need one box of tea, please. I want one loaf of bread, please.

 

I need two boxes of tea, please. I want two loaves of bread, please.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

How much are two cans of tuna? They are 4,000.

 

How much is one jar of jam? It's 3,000\

 

(5) GRAMMAR

 

 

Ordering in a Restaurant

 

Are you ready to order? Yes, I am./No,I'm not.

 

What would you like? I would (I'd)like sandwich and cola, please.

 

 

What kind of coffee would you like? I'd like milk,please.

 

Anything else? Yes, I'd like_______./No, thank you.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

Would you like something to drink?

 

I'll have a cup of cola.

 

Would you like dessert?

 

I'd like ice cream.

 

 

 

She goes   bowling.                                   He plays badminton.

 

                dancing.                                                  volleyball.

 

                hiking.                                                     baseball.

 

                shopping.                                                 basketball.

 

                skating.                                                   ping-pong.

 

                skiing.                                                     tennis.

 

                golf.                                                        soccer.

 

                swimming.                                                the piano.

 

                                                                               the guitar.

 

 

 

 

(6) GRAMMAR

VERB : to have

 

I                                               he

 

You                                          She has

 

We have                                   It

 

They

 

Do you have any brothers or sisters? Yes, I have one sister and two brothers.

 

 

                                                           No, I don't.

 

Does he have any children? Yes, he has one son and one daughter.

 

 

                                           No, he doesn't.

 

Useful Expression

Is that wrong? How many people do you have in your family?

 

How many brothers and sisters do you have?

(7) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

What does she look like?

to be + adjective to have + adjective + noun

 

 

I am thin. He has blue eyes.

 

He is young. She has brown hair.

 

She is short. You have black beard.

 

They are tall. We have small ears.

 

 

 

 

Is he old? Yes, he is. Does she have curly hair?

 

Yes, she does.

 

No, he isn't

 

 

No, she doesn't.

 

 

Are We tall? Yes, We are. Do you have blue eyes?

 

Yes, I do.

 

No, We aren't.

 

No, I don't.

 

(8) GRAMMAR

 

Don't like

 

Hate Doesn't like like love

 

|--------|----------------|-----------|

 

|                                                    |

 

0%                                              100%

 

hate                                             hate

 

like (noun)                                    like to +(verb)

 

love                                              love

 

 

 

 

Do you hate Brad? Do you hate to play the guitar?

 

Yes, I do./No, I don't Yes, I do./No, I don't.

 

What do you hate/like/love? What do you hate /like/love to do?

 

I hate/like/love chocolate. I hate / like /love to watch TV.

 

What does he hate to do? What does she hate?

 

He hates to go bowling. She hates dogs.

 

He loves to play the piano. She loves cats.

 

(9) GRAMMAR

DETERMINERS

 

That is a picture. Those are pictures.

 

This is a picture. These are pictures.

 

Use a/an... Use no Article...

 

1.With one general thing.               1.With many general things.

 

He closes a door.                            Subways are fast.

 

(any door is okay)

 

2.With one of many                       2.With some common expressions.

 

A dog have four legs.                    at home, at school, from work, at night, in bed, etc.

 

 

3.After the verb to be, except for 3.With continents,countries, counties, states, towns,

 

 

plural and specific things.                  streets and people's names

 

He's a student.                                  I live in Seongnam city near Seoul in Korea .

 

 

(10) GRAMMAR

ADJECTIVES

 

What's it made of? It's made of paper.

 

What's it feel like? It's soft and light.

 

What's it look like? It's red and round.

 

Is your purse black? Yes, it's black and leather.

 

You look like healthy Yes, I am healthy.

 

(11) GRAMMAR

 

Is there a television? Yes, there is. No, there isn't.

 

Are there any chairs? Yes, there are. No, there aren't.

 

Is there a song 'Lord's prayer' in America?

 

PREPOSITIONS

 

above behind between in in front of next to on under

 

 

Where is the coffee table? It's next to the bookcase.

 

Where are the flowers? They're on the coffee table.

 

Useful Expressions

We have the same pictures. I have it my picture.

I will paste the board on the wall.

 

(12) GRAMMAR

PREPOSITION

 

across from between

 

 

Is there a police office here? Are there any librarys in this city?

 

Yes, there is. Yes, there are.

 

No, there isn't. No, there aren't.

 

Where is the police office?

 

 

 

It's across from | It's between the police and ELS.

 

near | the ELS. It's on the corner of Main street and Second Street.

 

 

next to |

 

(13) GRAMMAR

 

<----- Turn left ------>Turn right <---------Go straight

 

 

| |

Asking for giving directions

 

Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the tax Office?

 

Of course. It's first block away./No, I'm sorry, I don't know.

 

 

 

 

Pardon me, do you know how to get to the tax Office?

 

Of course. Turn left at the corner.

 

Excuse me. do you know where the police is?

 

Yes. Go straight for four blocks.

 

(14) GRAMMAR

 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

NOW

 

<---------------------|------------------------>

 

To Be (Verb) + ing

Who are they talking to? They're talking to Friend Lee.

 

What are you doing? I'm playing the piano.

 

Where is he working? He's working at ELS.

 

He isn't working. He's reading a book.

 

 

Is she drinking cola? Yes, she is.

 

No, she isn't. she's drinking coffee.

 

(15) GRAMMAR

Describing Clothes

What's he wearing? He's wearing a jean.

 

What size is it? It's small.

 

What color is it? It's white.

 

What pattern does it have? It's checked.

 

How much is it? It's 7500\.

____________________________________________________________________________

 

| pattan | checked, polka dot, print, solid, striped |

 

|____________________________________________________________________________|

 

| size | extra-large, large, medium, small |

 

|____________________________________________________________________________|

 

 

(16) GRAMMAR

 

PRESENT SIMPLE

 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

What do you do every day? What do you do? What are you doing now?

 

 

I read a book. I'm a comedian. I'm reading a book.

 

 

What does he do every day? What does he do? What's he doing now?

 

 

She teaches English. She's a teacher. She's teaching elementary student.

 

 

Part2

(1) GRAMMAR

 

Exchanging Personal Information

 

WH-and YES/NO QUESTIONS

 

Where are you from? I'm from Korea.

 

What do you do? I'm a teacher.

 

When do you go to bed? I go to bed at 9:00 p.m.

 

 

Who is your best friend? My best friend is Amy.

 

 

How are you? I'm so bad.

 

Do you have any brothers and sisters? Yes, I have an older brother.

 

 

Introductions

Hello, my name is Friend Lee.

 

A:Karen, this is Brad. Brad, this is Karen.

 

B:Nice to meet, Miss Karen.

 

Useful Expressions

 

It was nice meeting you.

 

How do you spell that?

 

Again, please.

 

Slower, please.

 

ex)

 

A)Hi

 

B)Do you like music and video?

 

A)I don't like music

 

B)How about video?

 

Last Sunday. he said, "If you smoke, you will go early at heaven."

 

(2) GRAMMAR

 

Requests

 

Open your mind. Can I help you? You will not have a membership fee.

 

 

What can I do for you?

 

Open the door. Would you open the door? Certainly.

 

Ask for help. Could you help me? Sure./I'm sorry. I'm busy now.

 

 

Borrow a pencil. Could I borrow a pencil, please? Sure. Here you are./I'm sorry

 

 

I don't have one.

 

Useful Expressions

 

A:Thank you very much. A:Thank you.

 

B:My pleasure. B:You're welcome.

 

(3) GRAMMAR

 

NOUNS

 

Countable Uncountable

 

singular plural singular plural

 

 

 

 

1 Banana 2 Bananas Bread Bread

 

1 Egg 2 Eggs Cheese Cheese

 

1 Tomato 2 Tomatoes Milk Milk

 

Do you have any____________?

 

Countable Uncountable

 

Yes, I have a lot of bananas. Yes, I have a lot of bread.

 

Yes, I have some bananas. Yes, I have some bread.

 

Yes, I have a few bananas. Yes, I have a little bread.

 

No, I don't have any bananas. No,I don't have any bread.

 

You have many money.

 

(4) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

Asking and Talking About Quantities

 

 

 

Do you like this kind of bread? Yes, I need a loaf of cake.

 

How much tea do you want? How much bread do you need?

 

I want one box of tea, please. I need one loaf of bread, please.

 

I want two boxes of tea, please. I need two loaves of bread, please.

 

 

How many boxes of tea do you need? How many loaves of bread do you want?

 

 

I need one box of tea, please. I want one loaf of bread, please.

 

I need two boxes of tea, please. I want two loaves of bread, please.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

How much are two cans of tuna? They are 4,000\.

 

How much is one jar of jam? It's 3,000\.

 

(5) GRAMMAR

 

Ordering in a Restaurant

 

Are you ready to order? Yes, I am./No,I'm not.

 

What would you like? I would (I'd)like sandwich and cola, please.

 

 

What kind of coffee would you like? I'd like milk,please.

 

Anything else? Yes, I'd like_______./No, thank you.

 

 

 

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

Would you like something to drink?

 

I'll have a cup of cola.

 

Would you like dessert?

 

I'd like ice cream.

 

 

 

She goes bowling.

 

He plays badminton.

 

 

 

(6) GRAMMAR

VERB : to have

I he

 

You She has

 

We have It

 

They

 

 

 

Do you have any brothers or sisters? Yes, I have one sister and two brothers.

 

 

No, I don't.

Does he have any children? Yes, he has one son and one daughter.

 

 

No, he doesn't.

Useful Expression

 

Is that wrong? How many people do you have in your family?

 

How many brothers and sisters do you have?

 

(7) GRAMMAR

 

 

What does she look like?

to be + adjective to have + adjective + noun

 

 

I am thin. He has blue eyes.

 

He is young. She has brown hair.

 

She is short. You have black beard.

 

They are tall. We have small ears.

 

 

 

 

Is he old? Yes, he is. Does she have curly hair?

 

Yes, she does.

 

No, he isn't

 

 

No, she doesn't.

 

 

 

 

Are We tall? Yes, We are. Do you have blue eyes?

 

Yes, I do.

 

No, We aren't.

 

No, I don't.

 

(8) GRAMMAR

 

Don't like

 

Hate Doesn't like like love

 

|--------|----------------|-----------|

 

|                                                   |

 

0%                                            100%

 

hate                                          hate

 

like (noun)                                 like to +(verb)

 

love                                            love

 

 

 

 

Do you hate Brad? Do you hate to play the guitar?

 

Yes, I do./No, I don't Yes, I do./No, I don't.

 

 

 

 

What do you hate/like/love? What do you hate /like/love to do?

 

I hate/like/love chocolate. I hate / like /love to watch TV.

 

 

 

 

What does he hate to do? What does she hate?

 

He hates to go bowling. She hates dogs.

 

He loves to play the piano. She loves cats.

 

(9) GRAMMAR

 

DETERMINERS

That is a picture. Those are pictures.

 

This is a picture. These are pictures.

 

Use a/an... Use no Article...

 

1.With one general thing. 1.With many general things.

 

He closes a door. Subways are fast.

 

(any door is okay)

 

2.With one of many 2.With some common expressions.

 

A dog have four legs. at home, at school, from work, at night, in bed, etc.

 

 

3.After the verb to be, except for 3.With continents,countries, counties, states, towns,

 

 

plural and specific things. streets and people's names

 

He's a student. I live in Seongnam city near Seoul in Korea .

 

 

(10) GRAMMAR

ADJECTIVES

 

What's it made of? It's made of paper.

 

What's it feel like? It's soft and light.

 

What's it look like? It's red and round.

 

Is your purse black? Yes, it's black and leather.

 

You look like healthy Yes, I am healthy.

 

(11) GRAMMAR

 

Is there a television? Yes, there is. No, there isn't.

 

Are there any chairs? Yes, there are. No, there aren't.

 

Is there a song 'Lord's prayer' in America?

 

PREPOSITIONS

 

above behind between in in front of next to on under

 

 

 

Where is the coffee table? It's next to the bookcase.

 

Where are the flowers? They're on the coffee table.

 

Useful Expressions

 

We have the same pictures. I have it my picture.

 

 

I will paste the board on the wall.

 

 

(12) GRAMMAR

 

PREPOSITIONS

 

 

 

across from between

 

 

Is there a police office here? Are there any librarys in this city?

 

Yes, there is. Yes, there are.

 

No, there isn't. No, there aren't.

 

Where is the police office?

 

 

 

It's across from | It's between the police and ELS.

 

near | the ELS. It's on the corner of Main street and Second Street.

 

 

next to |

 

(13) GRAMMAR

 

<----- Turn left ------>Turn right <---------Go straight

 

 

| |

Asking for giving directions

 

Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the tax Office?

 

Of course. It's first block away./No, I'm sorry, I don't know.

 

Pardon me, do you know how to get to the tax Office?

 

Of course. Turn left at the corner.

 

Excuse me. do you know where the police is?

 

Yes. Go straight for four blocks.

 

(14) GRAMMAR

 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

NOW

 

<---------------------|------------------------>

 

 

 

 

 

 

To Be (Verb) + ing

 

 

 

 

Who are they talking to? They're talking to Friend Lee.

 

What are you doing? I'm playing the piano.

 

 

 

 

Where is he working? He's working at ELS.

 

He isn't working. He's reading a book.

 

 

 

 

Is she drinking cola? Yes, she is.

 

No, she isn't. she's drinking coffee.

 

(15) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

 

Describing Clothes

 

What's he wearing? He's wearing a jean.

 

What size is it? It's small.

 

What color is it? It's white.

 

What pattern does it have? It's checked.

 

How much is it? It's 7500.

 

____________________________________________________________________________

 

| pattan                              | checked, polka dot, print, solid, striped                                                      |

 

|____________________________________________________________________________|

 

| size                                 | extra-large, large, medium, small                                                                 |

 

|____________________________________________________________________________|

 

 

(16) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

 

PRESENT SIMPLE

 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

 

 

 

What do you do every day? What do you do? What are you doing now?

 

 

I read a book. I'm a comedian. I'm reading a book.

 

 

 

 

 

What does he do every day? What does he do? What's he doing now?

 

 

She teaches English. She's a teacher. She's teaching elementary student.

 

Part2

 

(1) GRAMMAR

 

Exchanging Personal Information

 

WH-and YES/NO QUESTIONS

Where are you from? I'm from Korea.

 

What do you do? I'm a teacher.

 

When do you go to bed? I go to bed at 9:00 p.m.

 

 

Who is your best friend? My best friend is Amy.

 

 

How are you? I'm so bad.

 

Do you have any brothers and sisters? Yes, I have an older brother.

 

 

Introductions

 

Hello, my name is Friend Lee.

 

A:Karen, this is Brad. Brad, this is Karen.

 

B:Nice to meet, Miss Karen.

 

Useful Expressions

 

It was nice meeting you.

 

How do you spell that?

 

Again, please.

 

Slower, please.

 

ex)

 

A)Hi

 

B)Do you like music and video?

 

A)I don't like music

 

B)How about video?

 

Last Sunday. he said, "If you smoke, you will go early at heaven."

 

(2) GRAMMAR

 

 

Requests

 

Open your mind. Can I help you? You will not have a membership fee.

 

 

What can I do for you?

 

Open the door. Would you open the door? Certainly.

 

Ask for help. Could you help me? Sure./I'm sorry. I'm busy now.

 

 

Borrow a pencil. Could I borrow a pencil, please? Sure. Here you are./I'm sorry

 

 

I don't have one.

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

A:Thank you very much. A:Thank you.

 

B:My pleasure. B:You're welcome.

 

(3) GRAMMAR

 

 

NOUNS

 

Countable Uncountable

 

singular plural singular plural

 

 

1 Banana 2 Bananas Bread Bread

 

1 Egg 2 Eggs Cheese Cheese

 

1 Tomato 2 Tomatoes Milk Milk

 

 

Do you have any____________?

 

 

Countable Uncountable

 

 

Yes, I have a lot of bananas. Yes, I have a lot of bread.

 

Yes, I have some bananas. Yes, I have some bread.

 

Yes, I have a few bananas. Yes, I have a little bread.

 

No, I don't have any bananas. No,I don't have any bread.

 

You have many money.

 

 

(4) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

Asking and Talking About Quantities

 

Do you like this kind of bread? Yes, I need a loaf of cake.

 

How much tea do you want? How much bread do you need?

 

I want one box of tea, please. I need one loaf of bread, please.

 

I want two boxes of tea, please. I need two loaves of bread, please.

 

 

 

How many boxes of tea do you need? How many loaves of bread do you want?

 

 

I need one box of tea, please. I want one loaf of bread, please.

 

I need two boxes of tea, please. I want two loaves of bread, please.

 

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

How much are two cans of tuna? They are 4,000\.

 

How much is one jar of jam? It's 3,000\.

 

 

(5) GRAMMAR

 

 

Ordering in a Restaurant

 

Are you ready to order? Yes, I am./No,I'm not.

 

What would you like? I would (I'd)like sandwich and cola, please.

 

 

What kind of coffee would you like? I'd like milk,please.

 

Anything else? Yes, I'd like_______./No, thank you.

 

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

Would you like something to drink?

 

I'll have a cup of cola.

 

Would you like dessert?

 

I'd like ice cream.

 

(6) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

 

VERB : to have

 

 

 

 

I he

 

You She has

 

We have It

 

They

 

 

 

Do you have any brothers or sisters? Yes, I have one sister and two brothers.

 

 

No, I don't.

 

 

 

 

Does he have any children? Yes, he has one son and one daughter.

 

 

No, he doesn't.

 

 

 

 

Useful Expression

 

 

 

 

Is that wrong? How many people do you have in your family?

 

 

How many brothers and sisters do you have?

 

 

 

(7) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

What does she look like?

 

 

to be + adjective to have + adjective + noun

 

 

 

I am thin. He has blue eyes.

 

He is young. She has brown hair.

 

She is short. You have black beard.

 

They are tall. We have small ears.

 

 

 

 

Is he old? Yes, he is. Does she have curly hair?

 

Yes, she does.

 

No, he isn't

 

 

No, she doesn't.

 

 

 

 

Are We tall? Yes, We are. Do you have blue eyes?

 

Yes, I do.

 

No, We aren't.

 

No, I don't.

 

(8) GRAMMAR

 

Don't like

 

Hate Doesn't like like love

 

|--------|----------------|-----------|

 

|                                                    |

 

0%                                            100%

 

hate                                           hate

 

like (noun)                                   like to +(verb)

 

love                                             love

 

 

 

 

Do you hate Brad? Do you hate to play the guitar?

 

Yes, I do./No, I don't Yes, I do./No, I don't.

 

 

 

 

What do you hate/like/love? What do you hate /like/love to do?

 

I hate/like/love chocolate. I hate / like /love to watch TV.

 

 

 

 

What does he hate to do? What does she hate?

 

He hates to go bowling. She hates dogs.

 

He loves to play the piano. She loves cats.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(9) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

 

DETERMINERS

 

 

 

 

That is a picture. Those are pictures.

 

This is a picture. These are pictures.

 

 

 

 

Use a/an... Use no Article...

 

1.With one general thing. 1.With many general things.

 

He closes a door. Subways are fast.

 

(any door is okay)

 

2.With one of many 2.With some common expressions.

 

A dog have four legs. at home, at school, from work, at night, in bed, etc.

 

 

3.After the verb to be, except for 3.With continents,countries, counties, states, towns,

 

 

plural and specific things. streets and people's names

 

 

He's a student. I live in Seongnam city near Seoul in Korea .

 

 

 

(10) GRAMMAR

 

ADJECTIVES

 

What's it made of? It's made of paper.

 

What's it feel like? It's soft and light.

 

What's it look like? It's red and round.

 

 

Is your purse black? Yes, it's black and leather.

 

You look like healthy Yes, I am healthy.

 

(11) GRAMMAR

 

 

Is there a television? Yes, there is. No, there isn't.

 

Are there any chairs? Yes, there are. No, there aren't.

 

Is there a song 'Lord's prayer' in America?

 

PREPOSITIONS

 

 

above behind between in in front of next to on under

 

 

 

Where is the coffee table? It's next to the bookcase.

 

Where are the flowers? They're on the coffee table.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

We have the same pictures. I have it my picture.

 

 

I will paste the board on the wall.

 

 

(12) GRAMMAR

 

 

PREPOSITIONS

 

 

 

across from between

 

 

Is there a police office here? Are there any librarys in this city?

 

Yes, there is. Yes, there are.

 

No, there isn't. No, there aren't.

 

 

 

 

Where is the police office?

 

 

 

It's across from | It's between the police and ELS.

 

near | the ELS. It's on the corner of Main street and Second Street.

 

 

next to |

 

 

(13) GRAMMAR

 

<----- Turn left ------>Turn right <---------Go straight

 

 

| |

 

Asking for giving directions

 

 

Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the tax Office?

 

Of course. It's first block away./No, I'm sorry, I don't know.

 

 

Pardon me, do you know how to get to the tax Office?

 

Of course. Turn left at the corner.

 

 

Excuse me. do you know where the police is?

 

Yes. Go straight for four blocks.

 

(14) GRAMMAR

 

 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

 

NOW

 

<---------------------|------------------------>

 

 

 

To Be (Verb) + ing

 

 

Who are they talking to? They're talking to Friend Lee.

 

What are you doing? I'm playing the piano.

 

 

Where is he working? He's working at ELS.

 

He isn't working. He's reading a book.

 

 

Is she drinking cola? Yes, she is.

 

No, she isn't. she's drinking coffee.

 

 

(15) GRAMMAR

 

 

Describing Clothes

 

 

What's he wearing? He's wearing a jean.

 

What size is it? It's small.

 

What color is it? It's white.

 

What pattern does it have? It's checked.

 

How much is it? It's 7500\.

 

 

____________________________________________________________________________

 

 

| pattan                                        | checked, polka dot, print, solid, striped                                            |

 

 

|____________________________________________________________________________|

 

 

| size                                             | extra-large, large, medium, small                                                     |

 

 

|____________________________________________________________________________|

 

 

 

(16) GRAMMAR

 

 

PRESENT SIMPLE

 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

 

What do you do every day? What do you do? What are you doing now?

 

 

I read a book. I'm a comedian. I'm reading a book.

 

 

 

 

 

What does he do every day? What does he do? What's he doing now?

 

 

She teaches English. She's a teacher. She's teaching elementary student.

 

 

 

Part2

 

 

(1) GRAMMAR

 

 

Exchanging Personal Information

 

WH-and YES/NO QUESTIONS

 

 

Where are you from? I'm from Korea.

 

What do you do? I'm a teacher.

 

When do you go to bed? I go to bed at 9:00 p.m.

 

 

Who is your best friend? My best friend is Amy.

 

 

How are you? I'm so bad.

 

Do you have any brothers and sisters? Yes, I have an older brother.

 

 

 

Introductions

 

 

Hello, my name is Friend Lee.

 

A:Karen, this is Brad. Brad, this is Karen.

 

B:Nice to meet, Miss Karen.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

It was nice meeting you.

 

 

How do you spell that?

 

Again, please.

 

Slower, please.

 

ex)

 

A)Hi

 

B)Do you like music and video?

 

A)I don't like music

 

B)How about video?

 

Last Sunday. he said, "If you smoke, you will go early at heaven."

 

 

(2) GRAMMAR

 

 

Requests

 

Open your mind. Can I help you? You will not have a membership fee.

 

 

What can I do for you?

 

Open the door. Would you open the door? Certainly.

 

Ask for help. Could you help me? Sure./I'm sorry. I'm busy now.

 

 

Borrow a pencil. Could I borrow a pencil, please? Sure. Here you are./I'm sorry

 

 

I don't have one.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

A:Thank you very much. A:Thank you.

 

B:My pleasure. B:You're welcome.

 

(3) GRAMMAR

 

 

NOUNS

 

 

Countable Uncountable

 

singular plural singular plural

 

 

1 Banana 2 Bananas Bread Bread

 

1 Egg 2 Eggs Cheese Cheese

 

1 Tomato 2 Tomatoes Milk Milk

 

 

Do you have any____________?

 

 

 

Countable Uncountable

 

 

Yes, I have a lot of bananas. Yes, I have a lot of bread.

 

Yes, I have some bananas. Yes, I have some bread.

 

Yes, I have a few bananas. Yes, I have a little bread.

 

No, I don't have any bananas. No,I don't have any bread.

 

 

You have many money.

 

 

(4) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

Asking and Talking About Quantities

 

 

 

Do you like this kind of bread? Yes, I need a loaf of cake.

 

How much tea do you want? How much bread do you need?

 

 

I want one box of tea, please. I need one loaf of bread, please.

 

 

I want two boxes of tea, please. I need two loaves of bread, please.

 

 

 

How many boxes of tea do you need? How many loaves of bread do you want?

 

 

I need one box of tea, please. I want one loaf of bread, please.

 

 

I need two boxes of tea, please. I want two loaves of bread, please.

 

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

How much are two cans of tuna? They are 4,000\.

 

How much is one jar of jam? It's 3,000\.

 

(5) GRAMMAR

 

 

Ordering in a Restaurant

 

 

Are you ready to order? Yes, I am./No,I'm not.

 

What would you like? I would (I'd)like sandwich and cola, please.

 

 

What kind of coffee would you like? I'd like milk,please.

 

Anything else? Yes, I'd like_______./No, thank you.

 

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

Would you like something to drink?

 

I'll have a cup of cola.

 

 

 

 

Would you like dessert?

 

I'd like ice cream.

 

(6) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

 

Abilities

 

 

Can you use a computer? No, I can't.

 

Can you play the guitar? Yes, I can.

 

What language can you speak? I can speak English and French.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

How well can you play the guitar?

 

 

I can't play the guitar. I can play the guitar a little.

 

 

(7) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

ADVERBS of FREQUENCY

 

 

How often do you drink a cup of cola? I usually drink cola.

 

I sometimes drink cola.

 

I rarely drink cola.

 

 

What do you usually do in the morning? I always sweep the floor.

 

 

 

What do you usually eat at night? I never eat.

 

 

 

******** ******-- ****---- **------ --------

 

always usually sometimes rarely never

 

 

(8) GRAMMAR

 

ADJECTIVES

 

 

What's your sister like? What are you like?

 

She's serious. I'm shy.

 

 

Are your parents outgoing or shy?

 

|

 

My father is shy.<----------------------------->My mother is outgoing.

 

 

My mother and my father are outgoing. Both my parents are outgoing.

 

 

Are your friends funny or serious?

 

|

 

My friend is serious<-------------------------->My friend is funny.

 

 

My friend is serious, but my girlfriend is funny.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

A:She's really dishonest.

 

B:What do you mean?

 

C:She rarely tell the truth.

 

(9) GRAMMAR

 

Describing Physical Appearance Describing Clothing

 

What does she look like? What is she wearing?

 

She's short but beautiful. She's weating jeans and a yellow jacket.

 

 

she has long straight black hair and red eyes.

 

Is she wearing jeans and a yellow jacket?

 

How old is she? Yes, she is.

 

She's in her twenties. No, she isn't.She isn't wearing a jacket.

 

 

 

teens/twenties/thirties

 

13-19/20-29/30-39 years old

 

 

Is she tall and slim?

 

Yes. She's tall and cozy.

 

 

Useful Expression

 

What color is her hair?

 

It's black.

 

 

(10) GRAMMAR

 

 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

 

Are you busy now?

 

Yes, I am. I'm reading a book. No, I'm not.

 

 

Are you still working Academy.

 

Yes, I am. No, I'm not. I'm studying English.

 

 

 

 

 

What are you doing these days?

 

I'm looking for a house. Nothing special.

 

 

Useful Expression

 

A:Hello.

 

B:Hello, this is Hazin. Could I speak to Friend Lee? or May I speak to Friend Lee?

 

 

A:Just a minute, please. or This is Friend Lee. or I'm sorry. You have the wrong number. or He's not here.

 

 

 

(11) GRAMMAR

 

 

Talking About the Weather

 

 

How's the weather today? It's cloudy and raining.

 

clear dry hot humid smoggy snowing sunny windy

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENT SIMPLE vs. PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

 

 

 

Routines Now

 

I usually take the bus to ELS. Today, I'm walking to home because it's sunny.

 

 

I usually wear business shirt. Today, I'm wearing a t-shirt because it's hot.

 

 

 

 

 

Useful Expression

 

What's the temperature today? It's 20 degrees Celsius.

 

 

 

(12) GRAMMAR

 

SIMPLE PAST :verb + ed/d/y(x)ied

 

I | I |

 

 

You | You |

 

He | worked | He | didn't work |

 

 

She | exercised | on the weekend. She | didn't exercise | on the weekend.

 

 

We | studied | We | didn't study |

 

 

They | They |

 

What did you do last weekend? I watched videos on Sunday. and

 

I visted my friends on Sunday.

 

Did you watch a video yesterday? Yes, I did./No, I didn't. I watched TV.

 

 

 

TO BE:was/were

 

 

How was your weekend? It was great!

 

How were the books? They were interesting.

 

(13) GRAMMAR

 

 

IRREGULAR PAST TENSE VERBS

 

 

Did you play the guitar yesterday? Yes, I did.

 

No,I didn't. I went bowling.

 

Where did you go? We went to Japan.

 

What did you do at the beach? I walked my dog a lot and ate great food.

 

 

When did they meet? They met the day before yesterday.

 

 

Who did you meet? I met Robb's classmate.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

What did you do on Monday night?

 

What happend?

 

(14) GRAMMAR

 

 

LAST and AGO

 

 

When did you meet? We met two months ago.

 

We met last week.

 

We met two days ago.

 

When did you get married? We got married a week ago.

 

We got married last July.

 

When did you last play the guitar? I played the guitar two years ago.

 

 

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

 

 

When did you last go to the school? I can't remember.

 

 

(15) GRAMMAR

 

 

 

Asking and Talking about Emotions

 

 

How do you feel?

 

 

Yes, I do. So so.

 

 

How do you feel? I'm excited.

 

 

angry happy hungry thirsty bored confused excited sad scared sick tired worried

 

 

 

Giving Reasons

 

 

How did you feel yesterday?

 

I was happy.

 

Why did you feel happy?

 

I was happy because I went to swimming pool.

 

(16) GRAMMAR

 

 

PRESENT PAST

 

 

Can you speak English? Could you speak english two months ago?

 

 

Yes, I can. No, I cannot. Yes, I could. NO, I could not.

 

 

Can she play guitar? Could she play the guitar one month ago?

 

 

Yes, she can. No, she can't. Yes, she could. No, she couldn't.

 

 

Useful Expressions

 

 

Could you do english when you were five years old?

 

He couldn't use a computer when he was a child, but now he can.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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