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Linking words

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Linking words
By the end of this lesson you will be able to:
Understand the importance of using linking words
Make your English sound fluent
Sequencing ideas
Your coach will explain the use of these linking words, then give your own examples.
First, first of all
First, Mr. Smith got a job as a waiter in a local restaurant.
To begin with, in the beginning
In the beginning he worked as a waiter in a local restaurant.
Then, later
Then he decided to open his own fast-food restaurant.
After (preposition)
After working as a waiter he decided to open his own...
Before opening his own restaurant, he worked as a waiter.
He worked in a local restaurant, meanwhile he tried to find a place to open his own
Soon, as soon as
Soon he had saved enough money to open his own restaurant
As soon as he had saved enough money, he opened his own restaurant
At last, in the end, finally, eventually, in conclusion, to summarize
He saved enough money to open new restaurants and they finally became famous worldwide
Build up a story...
Build up a story using the linking words already checked
Adding information
To add information, you can use these expressions:
In addition
(Followed by a sentence)
She plays the piano, in addition, she sings in the choir.
(Followed by a noun)
In addition to English, she is studying French.
As well as
She is studying French as well as English.
Who are you inviting to the party besides your sister?
Adding information
To add information, you can use these expressions:
Get into couples and retell the story in your own words.

Tic, Tac, Toe
Linking Words
Linking words are used to show relationship between ideas. They can be used to join 2 or more sentences.
Linking words can be used to add ideas together, contrast them, or show the reason for something.
Make two groups (boys vs girls) to link together three squares to win as in normal tic-tac-toe.
Describe something...
Mental training
''I am super fantastic!''
''I am a champion.''
''I speakwith confidence"
Practice your mental training with your coach and repeat with confidence
Fluency diet review
Pair up and answer the questions below. Then, your coach will select some students to go to the front
What did you do last night?
What do you usually do on Saturdays?
What will you do next vacations?
Grammar review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention
Use linking words correctly
Watch video #6
Pair up and tell the process using the linking words
How do you make a pizza?
Read the following definition. Don't forget your melody
Showing cause and result
To express result, you can use these expressions::
Therefore/ Consequently
The company is expanding abroad, therefore/consequently he will have to travel quite often.
As a result
As a result of his excellent marks, he has been given a prize.
Wrap up
Yesterday I visited Guatemala,
I went to the zoo,
my mom was sleeping...
Describe in your own words what you did since you walked into E4CC until now
you need the ingredients
for the dough,
Part 2
Learn to add information and express results to your ideas and give examples
Your coach will select 1 or 2 students to go to the front and they will do a recap
Grammar Test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned
1. She ____ to work very early
a) going
b) goes
c) is going to

2. I _____ to play Call of Duty.
a) liking
b) don't like
c) doesn't

3. ______ eat chicken very often?
a) do you
b) will do
c) i am

4. Is he _______ pizza?
a) going eat
b) eat
c) eating

Choose the word
Find the mistake
1. Will we goes to the movies?

2. I won't not play basketball.

3. He wills get a new job.

4. He will going to swim.

5. I going to buy a new laptop.

6. My sister is go to the supermarket.
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