How do you do?
My name is Ivana. How do you do?
I am an English teacher. I teach English.
What is your name?
What is your name? – My name is ____________ .
HOW DO YOU DO? – HOW DO YOU DO?
HOW DO YOU DO? – NICE TO MEET YOU.
When you meet someone for the first time, it is important to know what you’re going to say.
My name is Ivana.
How do you do?
Or you may say:
My name is Mary.
Nice to meet you.
When you meet someone for the first time it is important to decide whether you want to be
FORMAL or INFORMAL.
If you want to be formal, you can say:
It’s nice to see you.
How are you?
Or if you want to be informal, you can say:
How it’s going? / How are you doing?
IF you want to ask about someone’s name, you can say:
WHAT IS YOUR NAME?
The English Alphabet
A a B b C c D d E e F f G g
H h I i J j K k L l M m N n
O o P p Q q R r S s T t U u
V v W w X x Y y Z z
There are 26 letters in the English Alphabet. 5 are vowels. 21 are consonants.
Vowels: A a E e I i O o U u
Consonants: B b C c D d F f G g H h J j K k L l M m
N n P p Q q R r S s T t V v W w X x Y y Z z
There are LARGE letters (A, B, C, ..) and there are small letters (a, b, c, ..). Large letters are also called capital letters, and small letters are called lower-case letters.
When you know the Alphabet, you can SPELL. This means that now you can name the letters in a word in the correct sequence.
|A, c, F, P, I, o, Q, B, m, n,…… = letters
Name, alpabet, large, vowe, ….= words
LET’S SPELL TOGETHER:
ZERO YES VET WATER SALAD UMBRELLA
(umbrella: u m b r e l l a /// double l)
And here are some more words for you:
NAME THERE NOW LETTER WORD
Can you spell words above?
|He, she, it||They|
|NOTE that YOU can refer to 1 person or persons the speaker addresses.
You are John. (You = John = 1)
You are Mary and Michael. (You = Mary and Michael = 2)
You are Sue, Margaret and Tom. (You = Sue, Margaret and Tom =3)
TO BE – THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE (affirmative)
|I AM||We ARE|
|You ARE||You ARE|
She is happy. (=She’s happy.)
It is a cat. (=It’s a cat.)
He is a boy. (=He’s a boy.)
They are in the office. (=They’re in the office.)
TEST:[iframevideo] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4IMEXtaF5A [/iframevideo]