Class 1 and 2: Classroom Expressions

Durante tus clases de inglés no te es permitido comunicarte en español, por tanto aquí hay una lista de expresiones que puedes usar durante las clases:

Listen:  vocaroonew

How do you say _____ in English? (¿Cómo se dice —- en Inglés?)

How do you pronounce _____ in English? (¿Cómo se pronuncia—- en Inglés?)

How do you spell _____ in English ? (¿Cómo se deletrea——-?

May I speak Spanish? (¿Puedo hablar español?)

May I go to the restrooms? (¿Puedo ir a los baños?)

May I borrow your_____? (¿Puedo tomar prestado tu …..)

Can you repeat it, please? (¿Puedes repetirlo por favor?)

What does __it___ mean? (¿Qué significa ______?)

I have a question. (Tengo una pregunta)

I don’t understand. (No comprendo)

I don’t know. (No sé)

I don’t remember. (No recuerdo)

I forgot it.  (Lo olvidé)

I see. (Ya veo)

I remember. (Recuerdo)

I’ve finished. (Ya terminé)

I understand. (Entiendo)

I know. (Sé)

Please (Por favor)

Thanks / Thank you (Gracias)

You’re welcome (A la orden)

Excuse me, please (Permiso, por favor)

Sorry (Perdón)

Ready ( Listo)

Not yet ( Todavía no)

Wait, please (Espere, por favor)

Homework:

1. Read the classroom expressions and practice the pronunciation.

2, Clic on this link http://vocaroo.com/

3. Clic on the red button and record your voice while reading the classroom expressions.

4. Copy the link of your recording.

5. Paste the link in the comments of this post.

6. Write your name below your link.

 

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