Some less common verbs today like ‘peck’ and ‘reach’ .
A bird pecks at its food.
A kiss on the cheek is called ‘a peck’
You must reach for the moon if you want to succeed.
I can’t reach the box because it is too high.
Getting an A* in English is within your reach.
We / they reached
Please take this letter to the Post Office for me.
Take it to the cashier.
I am going to take the dog for a walk.
You must take your turn in the queue.
I am in the play at the theatre.
Will you play a game with me?
Stop playing with your food.
He is playing football tomorrow.
I’m going for a ride on my bike.
She is riding her bicycles.
He is at the Riding Stables.
I want to go on the swings.
She is swinging very high.
It was a really cool swinging party.
The swinging 60’s
We /They swung
Present: I am playing
You/she/he. Is playing
They/we Are playing.
Narrated by native English speaker.
Using the past tense to describe a morning routine.
Follow the link below for the video lesson:
This Morning I Got Up
This morning I got up at ten minutes to six.
I drew the curtains
The sun was rising.
I lit the fire.
I boiled some eggs.
I boiled the kettle.
I toasted the bread.
Then I had my breakfast and watched the news.
Verbs: to get up,
TODAY. YESTERDAY. TOMORROW.
Using the verb, ‘to go’
This is Lesson 8 of a conversational series of lessons for beginners.
Link to LESSON EIGHT
The verb: to like.
Learn how to say what foods you like and don’t like. New vocabulary plus revision of the material covered in the previous lessons.
With Italian translation.
For the full lesson click on this link: What do you like?
The verb, ‘to have’
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LESSON FOUR. TO HAVE
For Beginners, the Verb ‘To Have’ with Italian translation.
Especially for Children the program features my toys, the JUMBLES.
You have …plural
Watch the lesson here
It’s much more fun learning and practicing English by actually making something creative.
But, you need to know how to give or understand the instructions.
Here is a video lesson to help.
This is the link to the video lesson on verbs