QualityTime-ESL

Your English 58 Being Polite (2)

Level: A2 to B2

This is the 2nd podcast to help you be more polite when speaking English. We work on using "please," "would," "could," "do you mind," and "would you mind." There is much oral practice with questions that are "requests," i.e., you ask people to do something for you. Interactive exercises train you to master these structures and use them spontaneously. The target level is A2 to C1.

In most elementary to intermediate ESL courses, students are asked to repeat what the teacher says or react to a stimulus given by a teacher. When working in a group, this can be tiring for both the teacher and the students. Here learners have their private tutor, who will repeat as many times as they wish! So take advantage of this opportunity to have your very own personal language trainer! That is the big plus with podcasts.

Best,

Marianne

Your English 58 "Being Polite 2"

Recording:

MP3 - 11.5 Mb
Your English 58 Being Polite 2

PDF files for mobile devices & Zip files for teachers

We now have PDF files with scripts for mobile devices that you can download directly onto tablets or smartphones. There are also Zip files for teachers with scripts and worksheets in PDF and DOC formats. Visit our store or Products Available at our Store for more information.

You may also wish to purchase QualityTime-ESL: The Digital Resource Book 2.0 as a download for numerous additional pairwork exercises.

For advice about the use of scripts for pairwork in class, see Your English No.1 and the sample script.

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N.B. Our podcasts (all three series) provide excellent practice for ESL, EFL, ELT learners wanting to improve listening and speaking skills in English and are good training for international exams such as TOEIC, TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, etc.


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