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Learning basic English words lesson

What will I learn from the lesson learning some easy basic English words?

During this lesson you will learn some basics in the English language learning how to greet and introduce yourself.  You, They, We, He, She, It are some of the most common words in the English language there are examples if how to use each one. When to use the word a or an is very important we will show how to understand when to use a or an.

Basic English greeting and introductions 

Basic greeting in English shaking hands

My name is John Smith

Good Morning My name is John Smith

Good afternoon My name is John Smith

Good evening My name is John Smith

Hello John how are you?  Am good thanks

Singular = 1  (only one)

I + am - can.

  1. I am called John
  2. I can learn English
  3. I can cook a cake
  4. I am happy
  5. I am sad  

You + are / will. 

  1. You are called John 
  2. you will learn English
  3. you will walk the dog
  4. you are a super teacher

He + is  ( he = male / man / boy   /   she = female / lady / girl )

John is from Bangkok he is my friend.

He is happy 

She = is. (  she = female / lady / girl /  he = male / man / boy   /  )

She is hungry.

Sally is from Paris she is my friend.

It + is.

It is hot today.

Plural = 1+ (Means there is more than 1,2,3...)

You + are. 

You are all super students.

We + are . 

We are going to the park .

They + are .

They are good students.

When to use a or an? All words that begin with the following letters all should have a before the word

a = b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z

a bag, a cat, a goat, a hat, a leg, a nail, a rat

All words that begin with the following letters all should have an before the word

an = a, e, i, o, u

an ant, an egg, an igloo, an orange, an university

Click here learning the English Alphabet - words images vowels constants lesson

Full form is written / Short form  is when spoken 

Full form         short form
I am     =   I'm 
You are          =   You're    
He is    =   He's
She is    =   She's 
It is    =   It's 
Are not    =   Aren't 
Is not    =   Isn't 








I. You, They, We, He, She and it are all subjects.   


Subjects followed by a verb                              

in singular form 

Subjects with a verb using

s form

I like chicken She makes cakes
You Smell lovely He makes cars
She drank water It takes courage
I arrived at their house  The cat loves milk

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