Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Do you really want to delete this prezi?
Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
Make your likes visible on Facebook?
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.
Transcript of Fun English
'Bride' буюу Сүйт бүсгүй гэдэг үг нь эртний англи хэлний 'Хоол хийгч' гэсэн үгнээс гаралтай
Queue /дараалал/ гэдэг үгийн сүүлийн 4 үсгийг арилгасан ч 'Q' гэж дуудагддаг
Англи хэлэнд "-gry" гэсэн 3 үсгээр төгөссөн 2 л үг байдаг. Тэр нь 'Angry '/уурлах/ болон 'Hungry'/өлсөх/
Дэлхий дээрх интернет мэдээлэлийн 80% нь Англи хэл дээр хадгалагдсан байдаг
Англи хэлний хамгийн богино өгүүлбэр бол 'Go' буюу яв гэсэн өгүүлбэр юм
How are you?
How are you doing?
How ya doing? (Informal)
Fine. How about you?
1. I'm Ganaa.
I'm Tulgaa. (Use first name in informal situations)
2. I'm John Kennedy / I'm Gantugs
I'm Jackie O'Neill / I'm Battulga (Use full name in business and formal situations)
3. (It's) nice to meet you.
(It's) nice meeting you.
(It's) good to meet you.
4. Nice to meet you too.
Англи хэлний сонирхолтой баримтууд
Хичээлээ эхлэхэд бэлэн үү
Lets learn English
This is my friend, Jack. Hi Jack. I'm Linda
my brother, Bob.
my sister, Cindy.
my father, Mr. Harris.
my mother, Mrs. Harris.
my teacher, Ms. Watson.
my student, Carrie.
my friend, Mary Jones.
my boss, Mr. Ritter.
my co-worker, Penny Pitcher.
Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too.
This is Minnie Rivers.
That is Mr. Lewis.
1. What is your name? My name is Robert.
You can call me Bob
2. What is it? That's a pencil.
What is that? It's a desk.
3. How do you say it in English? Eraser.
How do you spell it? E-R-A-S-E-R
Please say it again. All right.
Please speak more slowly. OK. Listen carefully.
I don't understand. Let me explain.
I'm sorry. That's okay.
4. What are these?These are pencils.
What are those?Those are books.
5. Where is Mr. King?He is over there.
Where is Ms. Knight?She's (right) here.
Where's Johnny? He's in the house.
6. When's the movie?It's at 9:00.
When's lunch?Lunch is at noon.
7. How is the food? It's delicious.
Are you from Canada? Yes, I am.
Is he a doctor? No, he isn't.
Is this free? Yes, it is.
Do you like apples? Yes, I do.
Does she live in New Orleans? No, she doesn't
Is she going to the dance? Yes, she is.
Are they flying home? No, they're taking the bus.
Are you coming to the party? No, I have other plans.
What do you do (as an occupation)? I'm a computer programmer.
What do you do on the weekends? I usually stay home and watch television.
Where are you from? I'm from Ontario, California.
Where do you live? I live in Arizona.
This is my mother/mom.
This is my father/dad.
(These are my parents)
This is my wife.
This is my husband.
There are five people in my family.
(My mother, my father, my older brother, my older sister, me, my younger brother.)
I have two brothers.
One is older.
One brother is older (than me).
One is younger.
I have one sister.
I'm number three.
How many brothers and sisters do you have?
What number are you?
He's the oldest (of five children).
She's the youngest.
Cindy doesn't have any brothers or sisters.
Jared is an only child.
How many children do you have?
We have two. One son and one daughter.
Do you have any kids?
No, I'm not married.
Asking about family
Two - 2
Four - 4
Five - 5
Seven - 7
Nine - 9
Ten - 10
Eleven - 11
Twelve - 12
Thirteen - 13
Fourteen - 14
Fifteen - 15
Sixteen - 16
Seventeen - 17
Eighteen - 18
Nineteen - 19
Twenty - 20
Thirty - 30
Forty - 40
Fifty - 50
Sixty - 60
Seventy - 70
Eighty - 80
Ninety - 90
One hundred - 100
One thousand - 1,000
One hundred thousand - 100,000
One million - 1,000,000
One trillion - 1,000,000,000
Questions related to numbers
How much is this mirror?
How much does this cost?
How much are these?
They're $4.00 each.
What size? Medium or Large?
Here's $17.50. Keep the change.
Okay. I'll take it.
How about this one?
That's too expensive.
Your change is $3.41
First - 1st
Second - 2nd
Third - 3rd
Forth - 4Th
Fifth - 5Th
Sixth - 6Th
Seventh - 7Th
Eighth - 8Th
Ninth - 9Th
Tenth - 10Th
One third - 3/1
Two forth - 4/2
Three tenth - 10/3
Minus - --
Divide - /
Equals - =
Day after tomorrow
Day before yesterday
Jan 20 - Feb 18 Aquarius
Feb 19 - March 20 Pisces
March 21 - April 19 Aries
April 20 - May 20 Taurus
May 21 - June 20 Gemini
June 21 - July 22 Cancer
July 23 - August 22 Leo
August 23 - Sept 22 Virgo
Sept 23 - Oct 22 Libra
Oct 23 - Nov 21 Scorpio
Nov 22 - Dec 21 Sagittarius
Dec 22 - Jan 19 Capricorn
When is your birthday?
What is your zodiac sign?
Which months are the summer months?
An end table
A coffee table
An entertainment center
A picture frame
A waste basket/ trash
meat clever, chopper
A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea.
For the plural form of most nouns, add s.
• bottle – bottles
• cup – cups
• pencil – pencils
• desk – desks
• sticker – stickers
• window – windows
For nouns that end in ch, x, s, or s sounds, add es.
• box – boxes
• watch – watches
• moss – mosses
• bus – buses
For nouns ending in f or fe, change f to v and add es.
• wolf – wolves
• wife – wives
• leaf – leaves
• life – lives
Singular & Plural Nouns
Some nouns have different plural forms.
• child – children
• woman – women
• man – men
• mouse – mice
• goose – geese
Nouns ending in vowels like y or o do not have definite rules.
• baby – babies
• toy – toys
• kidney – kidneys
• potato – potatoes
• memo – memos
• stereo – stereos
A few nouns have the same singular and plural forms.
• sheep – sheep
• deer – deer
• series – series
• species – species
Choose the correct form of the noun in each sentence.
1)I have three (child, children).
2)There are five (man, men) and one (woman, women).
3)(Baby, Babies) play with bottles as toys.
4)I put two big (potato, potatoes) in the lunch box.
5)A few men wear (watch, watches).
6)I put a (memo, memos) on the desk.
7)I saw a (mouse, mice) running by.
8)There are few (bus, buses) on the road today.
Cannot be counted. They usually express a group or a type.
• water, wood, ice, air, oxygen, English, Spanish, traffic, furniture, milk, wine, sugar, rice, meat, flour, soccer, sunshine, etc.
Generally cannot be pluralized.
Work both with and without an article (a, an, or the), depending on the context of the sentence.
• Sugar is sweet.
• The sunshine is beautiful.
• I drink milk.
• He eats rice.
• We watch soccer together.
• The wood is burning.
Work with expressions such as (some, any, enough, this, that, and much).
• We ate some rice and milk.
• I hope to see some sunshine today.
• This meat is good.
• She does not speak much Spanish.
• Do you see any traffic on the road?
• That wine is very old.
Do NOT work with expressions such as (these, those, every, each, either, or neither).
Choose all of the non-count nouns in the following list:
wine, student, pen, water, wind, milk, computer, furniture, cup, rice, box, watch, potato, wood
Possessive nouns are used to indicate ownership.
Possessive nouns usually are formed by adding an apostrophe (') and s.
• John's book
• Kerry's car
• Grandma's mirror
When a noun is plural and ends in s, just add an apostrophe (').
• The kids' toys
• My parents' house
• The teachers' lounge
If two people own one thing, add the apostrophe and s to the second person only.
• John and Mary's new house
• David and Sue's wedding
• Tom and Doug's car
If two people own separate things, add the apostrophe and s for each person.
• Susan's and Beth's books
• Jean's and Dan's pants
• Ben's and Jim's offices
Which of the following is not correct?
1)Dr. Hunts has a new computer.
2)Dr. Hunts's new computer is working well.
3)Dr. Hunts' computer is new.
Personal pronouns refer to a person:
• I go to school.
• You are a student.
• They are Koreans.
• He works here.
• We gave her food.
The word ‘it' refers to an object:
• I drank it.
• It is big.
• They cut it into halves.
Write the correct pronoun in each blank.
1)I ate an apple____was delicious.
2)You look tired____should rest.
3)She is a teacher. I gave____a book.
4)They are my friends. I like____very much.
5)He saw the movie. ____was fun.
Action verbs express action and are the most common verbs.
Action verbs need s at the end with third-person, singular subjects.
• He eats bread.
• She walks to the station.
• It floats on the sea.
Negative sentences need do not, does not, or did not.
• I do not eat bread.
• He does not eat bread.
• You did not walk to the station.
• It does not float on the sea.
Interrogative sentences begin with do, does, or did.
• Do you eat bread?
• Does he eat bread?
• Does she walk to the station?
• Did they finish it?
Do not can be shortened to don't, does not to doesn't, and did not to didn't.
• I don't eat bread.
• She doesn't walk to the station.
• It doesn't float on the sea.
• They didn't finish it.
Correct the verb errors in the sentences below. Some sentences may be correct as is.
1)I runs a marathon.
2)You look sleepy.
3)She do not dance.
4)Does you leave today?
5)We don't stay here.
6)It come with rice.
Verb tense tells you when the action happens. There are three main verb tenses: present, past, and future. Each main tense is divided into simple, progressive, perfect, and perfect progressive tenses.
Things to remember about simple tense:
a. Present tense is the original verb form. b. Past tense has a few patterns. c. Future tense needs will (shall) + verb.
• I run a marathon twice a year. (present)
• I ran a marathon last year. (past)
• I will run a marathon next year. (future)
• I eat lunch in my office.
• I ate lunch an hour ago.
• I will eat lunch in one hour.
• I see a movie once a week.
• I saw a movie yesterday.
• I will see a movie tomorrow.
• I know it.
• I knew it the day before yesterday.
• I will know it by tomorrow.
• I learn English.
• I learned English the last two years.
• I will learn English next year.
• I cook my supper every night.
• I cooked our dinner already.
• I will cook breakfast tomorrow.
Fill in the blanks with appropriate verb forms.
1)I_____a song at the concert yesterday.
2)He____a letter to his girlfriend tomorrow.
3)I_____to the library to borrow some books this weekend.