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Konuşarak Öğren'i Ücretsiz Deneyin

Classroom Rules

  • Asking for permission 
    • Can/May I come in/go out? 
    • — Yes, you can.
    •  — Sure/Of course. 
    • — Sorry, not right now. 
  • Making simple requests 
    • Give me the book, please. 
    • — Sure/Of course. 
    • — Here you are. 
    • — Say that again, please., 
  • Telling someone what to do 
    • Be quiet, please. 
    • Clean/Look at the board, please. 
    • Go back your place, please. 
    • Open the window, please. 
    • Open/close the door, please. 
    • Please come in. 
    • The pencil, please. 
  • Naming numbers 
    • Numbers from 1 to 50. eraser,
    • -s join leave pencil case,
    •  -s pencil sharpener, 
    • -s ruler, 
    • -s stay 
    • take
    •  turn on/off


  • Identifying countries and nationalities 
    • Is s/he from Japan? — Maybe. 
    • Is s/he from Germany? — I think so. 
    • Where are you from? — I am from Turkey. 
    • Where is she from? — S/he is from Pakistan. 
    • Are you British? — No, I am not. 
    • Is s/he Russian? — Yes, s/he is. — No, s/he isn’t. — I think so. 
  • Talking about locations of cities (Making simple inquiries) 
    • Where is Samsun? — It’s in the north. 
    • Where is Antalya? — It’s in the south.
    •  Where is Van? — It’s in the east. 
    • Where is İzmir? — It’s in the west. 
    • America/American 
    • Britain/British 
    • Germany/German 
    • Iran/Iranian
    •  Iraq/Iraqi 
    • Japan/Japanese 
    • Pakistan/Pakistani 
    • Russia/Russian 
    • Turkey/Turkish 
    • north/south/east/west

Cartoon Characters

  • Expressing ability and inability 
    • Can you play the piano? 
    • Can s/he jump? —Yes, s/he can./No, s/he can’t. 
    • Can you speak English? —Yes, I can. 
    • S/he can ride a bike, but I cannot/can’t. 
    • S/he can swim. 
    • I can read books in English. 
    • My hero can/can’t … 
    • Your cartoon character can/can’t … 
  • Talking about possessions (Making simple inquiries) 
    • This is her/his/my/your guitar. 
    • These are his/her/my/your books. 
    • Is this his/her/my/your …? 
    • Are these his/her/my/your …? 
    • Whose bike is this? 
    • This is my/his/Ahmet’s bike. 
    • carry catch climb a tree dive do puzzles drive jump fly play … … 
    • the guitar/the piano, etc. ride a horse speak take pictures

Free Time

  • Expressing likes and dislikes 
    • I like reading/swimming. 
    • I dislike playing chess/ singing. 
  • Making simple inquiries 
    • Do you like dancing? — Yes, I do. 
    • Do you like watching cartoons? — No, I don’t. 
  • Asking for clarification 
    • Can you say that again, please? 
    • Pardon me? 
    • Say that again, please. 
    • Slowly, please. 
    • coloring book, -s drawing flying a kite playing … … with marbles … chess … table tennis …football reading comics riding a bike watching cartoons swimming learning English

My Day

  • Talking about daily routines 
    • I wake up in the morning. 
    • I have breakfast with my mother and brother on Sundays. 
    • I meet my friends at school.
    • I go to the playground in the afternoon.
    • I go shopping with my mom on Saturdays. 
    • I do my homework. 
    • I go to bed at night. 
  • Making simple inquiries 
    • What do you do at noon? —I have lunch at school. 
    • What do you do in the afternoon? —I watch TV at home. 
  • Telling the time and days 
    • What time is it? 
    • days of the week 
    • at noon/night 
    • in the morning/afternoon 
    • —It’s 7 o’clock/12 o’clock/3 o’clock. 
    • do homework get dressed go … … shopping … to the playground … to bed … to school have … … a shower … breakfast/lunch/dinner meet friends wake up wash

Fun with Science

  • Giving and responding to simple instructions
    •  Plant it.
    •  Water it. 
    • Cut the paper.
    •  Don’t cut it now!
    •  Fold it. 
    • Mix black and white, and you get gray. 
  • Making simple inquiries 
    • What is “science” in Turkish? 
    • What is “cover”? 
    • What is in the cup? 
  • Talking about locations Where is the brush? 
    • —It’s in front of the bottle. 
    • —Behind the box. 
    • —Near that glass. 
    • box, -es brush, -es cover, -s cup, -s cut, experiment, -s fold freeze melt mix plant, science scientist, -s shake water


  • Describing what people do and expressing what people like 
    • What is your job? —I’m a doctor. 
    • I work at a hospital. —I’m a farmer. 
    •  like animals and I work on a farm. 
    • What does s/he do?
    • What does s/he like? —She’s a teacher, and she likes teaching children. 
  • Making inquiries 
    • Where does s/he work? —at the post office. —at the police station. actor, -s /actress, -es businessman, -men chef, -s dancer, -s doctor, -s farmer, -s fireman, -men nurse, -s pilot, -s policeman, -men policewoman, -women singer, -s teacher, -s vet, -s waiter, -s writer, -s

My Clothes

  • Describing the weather (Expressing basic needs) 
    • What’s the weather like? —It’s rainy today. 
    • I need my umbrella. —It’s windy. 
    • Put on/wear your coat. 
    • What’s the weather like in Ankara in winter? —It’s cold and snowy. 
    • Put on/wear your gloves. 
  • Making simple requests 
    • Can I borrow your umbrella? 
    • —Here you are. 
    • —No. Sorry, it’s broken. 
  • Naming the seasons of the year

My Friends

  • Describing people (Making simple inquiries) 
    • Does s/he have blonde hair? 
    • What does s/he look like? 
    • She is tall and slim. 
    • He is young and thin.
    •  He has dark hair. 
    • She is short and has a blue headscarf. 
  • Talking about possessions 
    • I have brown hair. 
    • S/he has brown eyes. 
    • He has curly hair and a mustache. 
    • My/your hair is short. 
    • Her/his legs are very long

Food and Drinks

  • Making offers 
    • Do you want a sandwich? 
    • Want a sandwich?
    •  Would you like a sandwich? —No, thanks. I’m full. —Yes, please. 
    • What/How about an apple? —Not now, thanks. —No, thanks, maybe later. 
  • Expressing basic needs and feelings (Making simple inquiries) 
    • I want some milk, please. 
    • Are you hungry? —Yes, I am, and I want some 
    • …, please. —No, I’m not hungry. —Yes, I feel hungry. 
    • Is s/he thirsty? —Yes, s/he is. / No, s/he isn’t.
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