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ENGLISH MASTER - PART 2

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Ready to learn Basic-English-part2? Whether this is your first time learning Basic-English-part2, or if you already know some basic Basic-English-part2 and just want to improve your speech and expand your vocabulary, the SPEAKIT Online Basic-English-part2 Course will make speaking and understanding Basic-English-part2 much easier than you ever imagined!

In this video course, you'll learn basic words and common sentences, so that you'll be able to understand what people are saying to you and even chat a bit - or at least say the right thing at the right time. That's something, isn't it?

If you'd like to hear more about this SPEAKIT language-learning course, click the Play button on the left. You can also watch a few lessons for free, by clicking the on Content tab and then on a video marked "Watch Free".

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INTRO

Hello, and welcome to Part 2 of the Basic English Course! In this part of the course, you'll learn the basic parts of speech, including verb conjugations, noun forms, adjective forms, and a whole lot more. You'll also learn some very useful vocabulary. So let's get started!

Lesson 1

 

- The noun

 

- The indefinite article “a” or “an”

 

- Singular and Plural

 

- The definite article “the”

 

- Masculine, singular

 

- Feminine, singular

 

- Masculine, plural

 

- Feminine, plural

 

- Object, singular

 

- Object, plural

 

Gender in the English language

 

Lesson 2

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Subject pronouns

 

- The verb

 

- Exercise

 

Lesson 3

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Present Tense – negative form

 

- Present Tense – interrogative form

 

- Exercise

Lesson 4

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The verb “to be”

 

- Exercise

Lesson 5

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The verb “to be” – negative form

 

- The verb “to be” – interrogative form

 

- Exercise

 

- The suffix “er”

 

- The suffix “or”

 

- The suffix “ist”

 

- The suffix “ian”

 

- The suffix “ant” or “ent”

Lesson 6

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The words “this” and “that”

 

- The words “this”, “that”, “these”, and “those” - interrogative form

 

- The words “this”, “that”, “these”, and “those” - negative form

 

- The word “or”

 

- The phrases “There is” and “There are”

 

- Exercise

 

Lesson 7

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Prepositions

 

- Question words

 

- The conjunction “and”

 

- Exercise

Lesson 8

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The question word “what”

 

- The contractions “it’s” and “what’s”

 

- Exercise

Lesson 9

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Numbers

 

- The question word “how”

 

- The question phrases “how much” and “how many”

 

- Exercise

Lesson 10

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Possessive adjectives

 

- The question word “whose”

 

- Exercise

Lesson 11

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The verb “have”

 

- The words “some” and “any”

 

- Exercise

Lesson 12

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The clock

 

- The auxiliary verb “can”

 

- Exercise

Lesson 13

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Contractions

 

- Colors

 

- Exercise

Lesson 14

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Ordinal numbers

 

- The days of the week

 

- The months of the year

 

- Exercise

Lesson 15

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Present Tense

 

- Conjugations of the verb “walk” in  Present Simple

 

- Time phrases

 

- Exercise

Lesson 16

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Present Tense (continued)

 

- Conjugations of the verb “walk” in Present Progressive

 

- Conjugations of the verb “walk” in negative form

 

- Conjugations of the verb “walk” in interrogative form

 

- Object pronouns

 

- Exercise

 

Lesson 17

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Future tense

 

- Conjugations of the verb “come” in Future Tense

 

- Future Tense – negative form

 

- Conjugations of the verb “come” in negative form

 

- Interrogative form

 

- Conjugations of the verb “come” in interrogative form

 

- Exercise

Lesson 18

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Past Simple

 

- Irregular verbs

 

- Past Simple – negative form

 

- Past Simple – interrogative form

 

- The verb “to be” in Past Simple

 

- Exercise

Lesson 19

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The weather

 

- Exercise

Lesson 20

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The adjective

 

- Exercise

Lesson 21

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The adjective (continued)

 

- Exercise

 

Lesson 22

 

- Vocabulary

 

- The adjective (continued)

 

- Irregular adjectives

 

- Exercise

Lesson 23

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Possessive form

 

- Possessive pronouns

 

- Exercise

Lesson 24

 

- Vocabulary

 

- Questions and answers

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