English Course - Describing Places and Things (Elementary level)
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This English language course will introduce you to English vocabulary for the different types of rooms in the house and the things that you can find in those rooms. You will learn how to properly use the verb 'to be' in sentences to describe people and places in English. The course will also cover the proper use of English grammar in question and answer sentences. You will then learn how to use different prepositions in English sentences about places.
You will then learn how to use a positive and negative modal verb in English sentences describing activities in towns and cities, as well as learn how they can be used to express possibility and impossibility in English. The course will then teach you when to use certain persons and pronouns when we are describing things in English. You will also learn about different kinds of shops and talk about the things that you can buy and sell in them.
Talking about places and things is a great way of communicating with friends and new acquaintances. With the English vocabulary taught in this course, you will be one step closer to having that flawless English conversation. This course is designed for students with some basic English skills who are ready to bring their English to the next level. So, check out the course today, and keep your English studies moving forward!Start Course Now
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Name different types of rooms and things we find in people's homes.
- Use the verb 'to be' properly in sentences describing people and places.
- Demonstrate the proper use of grammar forms in question and answer sentences.
- Illustrate the use of different prepositions in sentences about places and for giving instructions. Be able to use a positive and negative modal verb in sentences describing activities in towns and cities.
- Justify why we use certain persons and pronouns when we are describing things.
- Prove how a modal verb can be used to express possibility and impossibility.
- Present different kinds of shops and the things we can buy and sell in them.
- How to choose the correct 'Wh...' word when asking questions about places.
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