Jan
03
2017
0

Useful Language. Writing. Email to Teacher Apologizing for Absence. All Levels (A2-C1)!

WritingFind the transcript here (path: talkingpeople.net – Enter – Skills – Writing – Letter-writing) Scroll down to Apologies. It’s 2 pdf pages, with notes I don’t read.

 

May
18
2016
0
Dec
14
2013
0
Dec
14
2013
0
Apr
24
2013
0
Apr
01
2013
2

Useful Language for Speaking Interactions 1 (Intermediate, Advanced)

Sentences for Organizing Events, Helping People and talking about Pros and Cons of Options

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Oct
16
2012
0

Useful Language. Indirect questions (2)

Read the sentences

This is the post that gave me the idea for this episode. It was to remind my students how Oral Drilling can be done at home.

 

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May
17
2012
0
May
03
2012
0

Useful Language. The Passive 01

This episode is for Upper Intermediate or Advanced students, a kind of checking you know where you are in terms of uses for the passive!

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Oct
03
2010
0

Useful Language. For Primary Teachers 01

Me!Sentences sent in by Belén (Intermediate 1, 2007-08) & completed by YT
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Feb
02
2010
3

Useful Language. Saying You’re Sorry

This audio includes “sorry” sentences you can use in conversations and in notes and letters/emails. It also includes some language comments, like the comment about the three different “that” words you can find!

Read the sentences in this episode. More: Apologies Accepted at TP and some sorry letters at the TP Writing section.

 

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Sep
06
2009
0

Useful Language. Letter-Writing. Requesting information 01

With this audio we’re pushing our section of Useful Language a bit further, to include… letter-writing!

Why record audios of that? Well, you can learn to read the language we may use in letters. In this way, you’ll remember it better. You’ll probably consolidate your speaking skills and you are likely to improve in terms of not making certain kind of grammar mistakes — those “silly mistakes” you always make and that you keep not fixing because you insist in NOT proofreading your work!!! ;D

Listen now to this sample letter of someone trying to find out some information about language courses abroad.
Read this letter here.
If you want me to read your own sample letters, just let me know!
Jul
15
2009
0

Useful Language. Saying thank you 01

Read the thank you sentenceson this Talking People link
Read the thank you notes on this Talking People link
This episode contains mostly drilling (the same structure with changes in some words), so at times I won’t be repeating each sentence twice, just once. It has two sections: first, a one-page list of useful sentences to thank people different kinds of things. Then, 6 different thank you notes or letters you could learn to be fluent in! If you wish to write Thank You Notes and Letters please, post them here for correction and subsequent publication!

 

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Jul
15
2009
3
Jun
14
2009
0

Useful Language. Giving contact information

This episode contains sentences you can use while speaking or in writing to give contact information.
Read the sentences.

 

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