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Let’s Talk About Money!

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Many Ways to Say “I’m Happy!”

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How to talk about Your Weekend | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 12

How to talk about Your Weekend

Key phrases for practice:

It was great.
It was not too bad.

On Saturday, I went shopping.
On Saturday, I slept all day.

On Sunday, we played tennis.
On Sunday, we saw a movie.

How was your weekend?

What did you do?

Oh really? How was it?

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How to talk about Likes and Dislikes | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 11

How to talk about Likes and Dislikes

Key phrases for practice:

I like action movies.
I love snowboarding.

I don’t really like broccoli.
I don’t really like to read books.

I don’t care for fried food.
I don’t care for reggae music.

Which do you like more, soccer or baseball?
Which do you like more, camping or fishing?

What’s your favorite restaurant?
What’s your favorite kind of music?

Which actor do you like the most?
Which city do you like the most?

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How to talk about Your Daily Routine | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 10

How to talk about Your Daily Routine

Key phrases for practice:

I always eat breakfast.
I never get up before 6am.

I usually have coffee after lunch.
I rarely work overtime.

I sometimes have a drink after work.
I sometimes cook dinner.

Do you take the train to work?
Do you go out for lunch?

What time do you finish work?
What time do you go to bed?

When do you have dinner?
When do you do your laundry?

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How to describe the Weather | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 9

How to describe the Weather

Key phrases for practice:

It’s a nice day, isn’t it?
It’s cold, isn’t it?

It will rain today.
It will be 10 degrees today.

It’s really warm.
It’s a bit humid.

Yes, it’s beautiful.
Yes, it’s freezing.

What’s the weather forecast for today?

What’s the weather like in Sydney?
What’s the weather like in your hometown?

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How to talk about Travel Time | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 8

How to talk about Travel Time

Key phrases for practice:

It takes 30 minutes.
It takes 3 hours.

It takes 13 minutes by bus.
It takes 2 days by car.

About 50 minutes.
About 15 hours.

How long does it take to fly to Paris?
How long does it take to walk to the park?

How long does it take to get to Roppongi Hills?
How long does it take to get to the station?

What’s the best way to get to Osaka?
What’s the best way to get to the bookstore?

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How to ask for Things on an Airplane | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 7

How to ask for Things on an Airplane

Key phrases for practice:

I’d like red wine, please.
I’d like chicken, please.

Could I have a pillow?
Could I have some coffee?

Would it be possible to have another blanket?
Would it be possible to have a newspaper?

Would you like something to drink?
Would you like chicken or beef?

Sure. Just a moment, please.

Here you are.

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How to talk about Your Job | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 6

How to talk about Your Job

Key phrases for practice:

I work for a shipping company.
I work for Docomo.

I chose my job because the location is convenient.
I chose my job because the company is very good.

I enjoy my job because I work with great people.
I enjoy my job because the work is rewarding.

What do you do?

Why did you choose your job?

Do you enjoy your job? Why or why not?

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