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Yes? What is it?
I have a question.
How do you say…?
How do you spell…?
I don’t understand. Could you repeat?
More slowly, please.
Do you know what… means?
No, I don’t know.
Yes, it means…
Raise your hand.
Close your books.
Pass the homework/the papers to the front
We are on page…
Stand up, please.
Look at the board.
Sit down, please.
Open your books to page…
Take out a sheet of paper.
Repeat after me.
El segundo dia espanol 1 El 27 de agosto.
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Classroom language 1. You want to know the English word for 2. You don’t know how to pronounce a word. 3. You don’t know how to spell a word. 4. You don’t.
How do we make the lunchroom a pleasant place to enjoy our lunch?
Where is the bank? It’s next to the cinema.. Where is the bank? It’s next to the cinema.
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Are the Meanies really mean? Chapter 2, Book 2B Longman Welcome to English.
Basic Spanish Phrases for Survival Por Señora Lunger.
(Class Room Commands). I have one question. How do you say… ?
Common Classroom Phrases Please use these phrases whenever you can!
Introduction Language is a means of communication which may take an oral or a written form. We communicate for various reasons: to exchange ideas,
Classroom language & Giving instructions
Don’t Be a Rude Dude (or Dudette)! Good Manners and Being Polite.
Welcome back to English Conversation 2 Attendance Please raise your hand and say “HERE!”
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