Recording 8: small talk & there is/are

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Recording 7: ordinal numbers & months

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Ordinal numbers

first – 1st
second – 2nd
third – 3rd
fourth – 4th
fifth – 5th
sixth – 6th
seventh – 7th
eighth – 8th
ninth – 9th
tenth – 10th
eleventh – 11th
twelfth – 12th
thirteenth – 13th
fourteenth – 14th
fifteenth – 15th
sixteenth -16th
seventeenth – 17th
eighteenth – 18th
nineteenth – 19th
twentieth – 20th
twenty-first – 21st

thirtieth – 30th
fortieth – 40th
fiftieth – 50th

one hundredth – 100th

The 21st century

What day is it today? – (It’s) Monday.
When‘s the football match? – (It’s) on Saturday.

What date is it today? – (It’s) the 12th of April
When‘s your birthday? – It’s on the 29th of October.

Month

January – February – March – April – May – June

July – August – September – October – November – December

When is Ramadan this year? -( It’s) in August.
When’s your birthday? – (It’s) in March. 

Here is an exercise.

Recording 6: Times of the day

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today -> tomorrow -> in two/three days -> in a week/month/year -> next Sunday/week/month/year
last Monday/week/month/year <- one year/three/one day(s) ago <- yesterday <- today

 

in the morning/afternoon/eveningat noon/night

 

 

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What time is it? – It’s …
(It’s) one/three/nine o’clock.(It’s) a quarter past one.
(It’s) half past one. (It’s) a quarter to on/five/two.
OR: (It’s) one fifteen (1:15) / (It’s) one thirty (1:30) / (It’s) twelve forty-five (12:45). (It’s) one forty-five (1:45).

 

 

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When’s the English lesson? – (It’s) at three (o’clock). (It’s) at half past three./ (It’s) at three thirty.
When’s the football match? -(It’s) at…
When do you start work? – At seven o‘clock.
When do you finish work? – At …
When do you have lunch? – At noon. At twelve (o’clock).
When do you have breakfast? – At 7 (o’clock).
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Click on this link to do a time quiz: http://www.manythings.org/mq/m6-9995.html

 

Recording 5: How much is it? – Could you …?

Taxi Drivers – How Much Is It? – Could You …? by Nergiz Kern

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The fare

 

$ 1.45 – one dollar (and) forty-five (cents)
€ 4.68 – four euros (and) sixty-eight (cents)
TL 12.36 – twelve liras thirty-six
TL 7.54 – seven liras fifty-four
TL 49 – forty-nine liras

 

How much is it? – It’s 13 (thirteen) liras.
How much is the fare? – It’s 25 (twenty-five) liras.

 

How far is it to the city centre? – It’s 10 (ten) kilometres.
How much is it to the city centre? – It’s 30 (thirty) liras.

 

Taxi driver: The fare is 18 (eighteen) liras.
Passenger: Here are 20 (twenty). Keep the change.
T: Thank you (very much)!

 

 

Could you …?

 

Could you give me your phone number, please?
Could you say that again, please?
Could you write that for me, please?
Could you help me, please?

 

Can I help you?

 

Here’s my phone number.

 

a rule, a traffic rule

 

 

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The days of the week

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

> Click the words to go to the dictionary page and listen to the pronunciation.

(Günleri tikladiginizda bir sözlük sayfasi açilacak. Orada kirmizi operlör resmini tiklayinca, kelimenin telaffuzunu duyacaksiniz.)

Word search puzzle:

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Click the first letter and the last letter of a word to select it.

(Kelimelerin birini yukardaki kutuda bulunca, ilk ve son harfi tiklayarak isaretliyoruz. Eger dogru ise, asagidaki kutuda o kelimenin üstü çiziliyor ve renk degistiriyor.)

Recording 4: numbers 1

The Numbers 
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0 – zero
1 – one
2 – two
3 – three
4 – four
5 – five
6 – six
7 – seven
8 – eight
9 – nine
10 – ten
11 – eleven
12 – twelve
13 – thirteen
14 – fourteen
15 – fifteen
16 – sixteen
17 – seventeen
18 – eighteen
19 – nineteen
20 – twenty

 

30 – thirty
40 – forty
50 – fifty
60 – sixty
70 – seventy
80 – eighty
90 – ninety

 

100 – one hundred

 

13 – 30, 14 – 40, 15 -50, 16 – 60, 17 – 70, 18 – 80, 19 – 90

 

45, 87, 29, 12, 34, 15, 90, 50, 19, 13, 30

 

How far is (it to) the city centre? – It’s 20 km (kilometres)
How far is (it to) the Kervansaray Hotel? – It’s 10 km.
How far is (it) … ?

 

How far is (it to) Uluday?/ … Yenisehir? / … Mudanya?
It’s 25 km.

 

Telephone numbers

 

What’s your telephone number?
It’s 250 45 67.

 

country code – Turkey’s country code 90 (nine oh).
area code – Bursa’s area code is 224 (double two four).
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Recording 3: small talk – weather & work

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The sun is shining.

It’s not raining.
It’s cloudy but it’s not cold.

 

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 , sun
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, rain
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Work

 

Did you work this morning?
How many hours do you work?
When do you start work?

 

At seven o’clock. / At seven.

 

Do you like work?
Yes, I like my work. / No, I don’t like my work.

Recording 2 – countries & nationalities

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I’m from Germany. I’m German.
Where are you from? (Where’re you from?)
I’m from Turkey. I’m Turkish.

 

China – Chinese
Japan – Japanese
Papua New Guinea – Papua New Guinean
The Netherlands – Dutch
UK (United Kingdom) – British
England – English
America – American*
Italy – Italian
France – French
Egypt – Egyptian

 

*The US or USA (United States of America) – American
> America is the continent (kıta) not a country

 

Turkish carpets
Turkish hospitality
American fast food
Italian pizza
French bread
Egyptian food
Arabic language

Recording 1: saying hello, saying your name & the alphabet

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Saying hello and saying your name

 

Hi! My name’s Nergiz. / Hello! My name’s Nergiz.
What’s your name?
Nice to meet you. / Pleased to meet you.
Nice to meet you, too. / Pleased to meet you, too.

 

The English alphabet
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP QRST UVW XYZ

 

A: What’s your name?
B: My name’s Nergiz.
A: Could you spell that, please?
B: That’s N-E-R-G-I-Z.
A: Thank you!