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Teacher Interview 3 | Chris Wallace – Global Teacher

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On the 3rd episode of the Teacher Interview, we talk to Chris Wallace, who has taught English all around the world!

In this interview, Chris shares his best tips and answers the following questions:

  • What are the differences teaching in various countries?
  • How do I improve my English?
  • How can I create opportunities to speak English in my hometown?
  • What does “lingua franca” mean?
  • What is your number one sightseeing tip for Tokyo?
  • and many more!

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How to ask for Permission and Respond | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 15

How to ask for Permission and Respond

Key phrases for practice:

Can I use the restroom?
Can I borrow your pen?

May I take a day off?
May I open the window?

Is it all right if I turn down the volume?
Is it all right if I park here?

Sure, go ahead.

I’m sorry, but it’s broken.
I’m sorry, but it’s not possible.

I’m afraid not, but you can turn on the air conditioner.
I’m afraid not, but you can park over there.

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How to check Spelling and Pronunciation | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 14

How to check Spelling and Pronunciation

Key phrases for practice:

How do you spell your name?
How do you spell Minnesota?

Was that “B” or “V”?
Was that “M” or “N”?

How do you pronounce that?
How do you pronounce “allergy”?

J-O-H-N
M-I-N-N-E-S-O-T-A

That’s “V” for Vietnam.
That’s “N” as in Nigeria.

It’s pronounced “allergy.”

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How to ask for Repetition and Meaning | Global English Course: Level 1 – Lesson 13

How to ask for Repetition and Meaning

Key phrases for practice:

Excuse me? Sorry?

Can you repeat that, please?
Can you speak more slowly, please?

What does “awesome” mean?
What do you mean?

Oh, I said it costs $3.80.
Oh, I said the party starts at 7:45pm.

Oh sure, let me repeat that.

It means, “great.”
I mean, I don’t like sports.

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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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