October 9th, 2018 in English for children
What kind of music do you listen to?
John: Do you listen to music?
Sophie: I listen to music every day.
John: What kind of music do you listen to?
Sophie: I listen to all sorts of music. My MP3 player is full of jazz, rock and other sorts of music. I also like to listen to country music.
John: I only listen to pop music. I’m not really interested in classical music. I find it somewhat slow.
Sophie: Well, at first I didn’t like it to, but my father was crazy about country music. When I was a kid he’d often take me to live country music concerts. And over the years I developed a taste for it. Now I make it a point to listen to live music whenever I can.
October 5th, 2018 in English for children
Here are some sample conversations about fear.
September 27th, 2018 in English for children
We can use the expression Hurry up! to encourage someone to do something more quickly.
- Hurry up! They’re all waiting for us.
September 20th, 2018 in English for children
We could do it first thing in the morning.
Janet has been replying to letters and emails for a long time. Her colleague Martin asks her if she has finished.
July 11th, 2018 in English for children
I’ve heard that + (subject + verb)
You can use this structure to tell somebody that you are aware of something that is taking place. This structure can also be used to talk about something that has already happened or something that is going to happen in the near future.
April 3rd, 2018 in English for children
Here are some sample conversations in English
Asking for direction
October 24th, 2017 in English for children
Separate the subject and the predicate in the following sentences.
1. My father and I are going to school.
2. Rahul is my best friend.