This course is for people studying English as a Second Language (ESL).
Learn English – Lessons for Beginners
This course is for people studying English as a Second Language (ESL) or English as a Foreign Language (EFL). Even though the primary focus is for ESL, native English speakers may also find some interesting things on this site.
First of all, you need to learn common structures and sentence patterns, common expressions, common phrases and idioms that are much used in daily life.
Next, you should learn daily conversations in English for speaking. Focus on every ESL conversation topic until you can speak English automatically and fluently on that topic before moving to the next one.
The following lessons cover 65 topics that you will face very often in your daily life. Each lesson is designed in form of ESL conversation questions and answers, which will definitely benefit your English conversation practice.
What Will I Learn?
- Speak English with more confidence and clarity
- Understand the areas of English that must be mastered to become more fluent
- Use the target English with precision
- Have deeper knowledge of English and how it works
65 Complete English Lesson Videos for Beginner by Mrs Jennifer who was giving English lessons to Natasha (Russian Women), a good start to be able to speak English, so let’s listened to the videos:
- Lesson 1 – Greetings
- Lesson 2 – More Greetings
- Lesson 3 – Greetings Throughout the Day
- Lesson 4 – Useful Expressions
- Lesson 5 – More Useful Expressions
- Lesson 6 – Introducing Yourself
- Lesson 7 – The Alphabet
- Lesson 8 – Writing the Alphabet
- Lesson 9 – Spelling
- Lesson 10 – Let’s and Don’t
- Lesson 11 – Do and Don’t
- Lesson 12 – Counting from 0 to 10
- Lesson 13 – How many?
- Lesson 14 – Counting from 10 to 20
- Lesson 15 – Counting from 10 to 100
- Lesson 16 – Hundred, Thousand and Million
- Lesson 17 – Present forms of BE (am, is, are)
- Lesson 18 – Subject Pronouns (I, you, he, she, it, we, they)
- Lesson 19 – Forming Sentences with BE
- Lesson 20 – Negative Forms of BE and Questions
- Lesson 21 – Review of BE and Saying Good-bye
- Lesson 22 – The Weather
- Lesson 23 – Fruits
- Lesson 24 – What’s this?
- Lesson 25 – Articles (a, an, the)
- Lesson 26 – What are these?
- Lesson 27 – That, Those
- Lesson 28 – Colors
- Lesson 29 – Do you have…?
- Lesson 30 – Plural Nouns
- Lesson 31 – Irregular Plural Nouns
- Lesson 32 – Forms of HAVE
- Lesson 33- Negative Forms of HAVE
- Lesson 34 – Family
- Lesson 35 – How old are you?
- Lesson 36 – Months and Birthdays
- Lesson 37 – Seasons
- Lesson 38 – Leap Year
- Lesson 39 – Ordinal Numbers
- Lesson 40 – Dates
- Lesson 41 – Days of the Week
- Lesson 42 – Weekday and Weekend
- Lesson 43 – Questions About the Calendar
- Lesson 44 – Whose? (my, your…)
- Lesson 45 – Past Forms of BE (was, were)
- Lesson 46 – Questions with WAS/ WERE
- Lesson 47 – Possessive Nouns
- Lesson 48 – Rooms in the House
- Lesson 49 – Verbs in the Simple Present
- Lesson 50 – Yes-No Questions in the Simple Present
- Lesson 51 – Question Words
- Lesson 52 – Information (Wh-) Questions
- Lesson 53 – The Kitchen
- Lesson 54 – In the Kitchen
- Lesson 55 – The Living Room
- Lesson 56 – Pronunciation of THE
- Lesson 57 – Possessive Pronouns (mine, yours…)
- Lesson 58 – Telling Time
- Lesson 59 – Daily Routine
- Lesson 60 – Present Progressive (affirmative)
- Lesson 61 – Present Progressive (negative)
- Lesson 62 – Present Progressive (questions)
- Lesson 63 – Would you like…? (polite requests and invitations)
- Lesson 64 – Review of Questions
- Lesson 65 – Object Pronouns
10 Fun & Easy Ways to Learn English Faster
We’ve all heard a thousand times that the only way to really learn English is to be totally immersed in the language, completely surrounded by it everywhere you go. But we wanted to go deeper than that and find quick and easy ways to start getting immersed. So our research team put together 10 steps that you can follow, in this order, to make learning English faster and a whole lot more fun.
#1: Find some English radio stations and podcasts in iTunes
There are tons of podcasts about all topics imaginable these days: entertainment, politics, news. A good way to find one is to look for a podcast from a TV channel you usually watch in your cable TV. Look for one that interests you and listen to it in your car while driving. You’ll train your ear that way!
#2: Check out the Top Videos on YouTube and watch for at least a few minutes
Most of them are hilarious! It will be so worth it. Try looking at the comments to pick up some words and sentences you aren’t familiar with, but be careful there is all kinds of bizarre stuff in YouTube comments.
#3: Talk and sing to yourself in English
When you are alone at home, or of course in the shower, start talking! Sing a song in English the way it sounds to you, talk about the weather or any other topic. Do this frequently and your pronunciation will drastically improve – guaranteed!
4#: Do you have an English-speaking idol? Go to YouTube and watch all of his/her interviews in English
You can spend hours doing that listening to interviews and it sure won’t feel like studying. But it is! It helps you a great deal.
5#: Sit near people who are speaking English on the bus or in the park. Listen in…
Okay now don’t be a creepy eavesdropper! But, see what words you can pick up and listen to the flow of the conversation. How much did you understand? What general topic were they talking about? Did you hear an interesting word you might want to look up after?
#6: Pay attention to billboards, signs, advertisements, magazine stands and establishment names
Look and think about what these ads mean. How many words do you recognize? Did you see that same word elsewhere? Make up sentences about what you’re seeing.
#7: Love music? Try figuring out the words/lyrics of your favorite songs
Watch video clips with lyrics on YouTube and sing along. Read the translation and build up your vocabulary. Listen to “clean” versions of songs and try to figure out what dirty words were taken out. It’s fun!
#8: Watch TV clips, episodes or soap operas in English
It doesn’t matter if you don’t understand what they’re saying, watch anyway! Try to understand why something is funny or sad . If the joke is related to the word itself, then maybe that is why the joke does not make sense in your native language. What would be the best translation into your language then?
#9: Engage in a conversation on Facebook with friends who post in English
When you have English speakers in your timeline, you see their posts daily and get inside information about news and viral videos in English. Your friends can be your teachers! Their timeline basically sort out the best material for you to study.
#10: Produce, produce, produce. No matter how shy you are or how much you don’t “get” English, force yourself to speak
Help out a tourist who looks lost. They won’t mind you struggling with the language while you’re doing them a favor! After class, talk to your teacher about how things are going and what you need help with in English. When traveling, ask around for directions in English, even if you don’t need them! Try purchasing things online and by phone, or using customer support in English.
It does not matter if you talk slowly, you are learning, that’s only natural!
10 Reasons to Learn English
There are many reasons to learn English, but because it is one of the most difficult languages to learn it is important to focus on exactly why it is you want to learn English. Here we will look at ten great reasons why English is so important. Post this list somewhere you can see it and it will motivate you to keep going even when you are tired of trying to figure out which witch is which!
- English is the most commonly used language among foreign language speakers. Throughout the world, when people with different languages come together they commonly use English to communicate.
- Why learn English when it is so difficult? Well, knowing English will make you bilingual and more employable in every country in the world.
- Despite China, the United States is still a leader in technical innovation and economic development. English is used in the United States and in each of these fields.
- English is commonly spoken throughout much of the world due to Great Britian’s expansion during the colonial age. People in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, parts of Africa, India, and many smaller island nations speak English. English is the commonly adopted second language in Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands. Speaking English opens these countries and cultures up to you.
- Another reason why English is so important is that it is the language of science. To excel in science you need to know English.
- English is based on an alphabet and, compared to Chinese, it can be learned fairly quickly.
- English is also the language of the Film Industry and English means you no longer have to rely on subtitles.
- In the United States, speaking English immediately opens up opportunities regardless of your ethnicity, color, or background.
- Learn English and you can then teach your children English — or if they are already learning, you can now communicate with them in English.
- English speakers in the United States earn more money than non-English speakers. Learning English will open your job prospects and increase your standard of living.