English course English Basic- A1- Myngle Programs
By Myngle Courses
Languages
English
Level
Basic
Lessons
30
School
None
This is a 30-lesson course which will teach you how to get by in everyday situations with more than 300 words of the English language.During this course you will learn how to introduce yourself, others and how to greet each other. You will be able to talk about your family, hobbies and the weather. You will learn how to give and understand directions, ask for help, converse on the phone and make appointments.
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In this lesson, you are going to learn: Greetings To...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: Greetings To ask how someone is  To say goodbye Pronunciation Singular and plural nouns   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To introduce...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To introduce yourself To introduce somebody else To ask for information about somebody Some country names   less
In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what...   more In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what you have learned in the previous lessons.   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To introduce...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To introduce your family and friends To use possessive pronouns Different family relations To ask people's names   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To give...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To give directions To use di!erent types of verbs To ask where something is To practice giving directions   less
In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what...   more In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what you have learned in the previous lessons.   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: On the...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: On the phone To use di!erent types of verbs To ask where something is To fill in a registration form   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: Simple present...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: Simple present tense Talk about hobbies Adverbs for time   less
In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what...   more In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what you have learned in the previous lessons.   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To use...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To use adjectives To use simple present tense Discuss weather at di!erent times of the year   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To learn about...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To learn about the present continuous tense When to use the present continuous tense  When to use the present continuous tense in the future   less
In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what...   more In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what you have learned in the previous lessons.   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To talk about...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To talk about going to other destinations  When to use the verbs ‘go’, ‘goes’ and ‘going’ To form sentences about other destinations   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: Learning the...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: Learning the days of the week The different verb forms  Using simple present and simple progressive forms   less
In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what...   more In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what you have learned in the previous lessons.   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: Learning to...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: Learning to count To give your telephone number To ask ‘how many?’ To ask ‘how old?’   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To ask and tell...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To ask and tell the time  To talk about the things you want to do To make appointments   less
In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what...   more In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what you have learned in the previous lessons.   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: How to make an...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: How to make an appointment Describe your appearance Learn some colours and clothes   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: How to use...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: How to use modal verbs Learn when to use the words ‘can’, ‘may’ and ‘must’   less
In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what...   more In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what you have learned in the previous lessons.   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: Describe...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: Describe appearance Learn some new words To learn to read comprehension   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn:  How to...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn:  How to use ‘could’, ‘would like’  How to order food  How to use ‘a’, ‘an’, ‘the’   less
In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what...   more In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what you have learned in the previous lessons.   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To be...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To be understood To explain something clearly To change adjectives into adverbs   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To have a...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To have a general conversation To use some common verbs To use personal pronouns   less
In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what...   more In this lesson you are going to practise and revise what you have learned in the previous lessons.   less
In this lesson, you are going to learn: To have a...   more In this lesson, you are going to learn: To have a general conversation To use some common verbs To use personal pronouns   less
This lesson is a conversation and exam preparation lesson.   This lesson is a conversation and exam preparation lesson.   less
Final exam   Final exam   less

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