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    Basic sentence patterns (1) (oral drill, elementary level 1)

    Basic sentence patterns (1)
    (oral drill, elementary level 1)
    Read out the following sentences as many times as possible.
    (The point here is to practice reading and saying each part of this worksheet very many times, then saying sentences like these on your own, without looking at the text. Please keep the speed of normal, relatively fast speech, and avoid thinking and making up sentences in your mother tongue.)
    1
    Are you a footballer?
    Yes, I am.
    Are you a doctor?
    Yes, I am.
    Are you a policeman?
    Yes, I am.
    Are you a taxi-driver?
    Yes, I am.
    Are you a film star?
    Yes, I am.
    Are you an actor?
    No, I'm not.
    Are you a student?
    No, I'm not.
    Are you a bank manager?
    No, I'm not.
    Are you a receptionist?
    No, I'm not.
    Are you a secretary?
    No, I'm not.
    2
    Is she a waitress?
    Yes, she is.
    Is she a cleaner?
    Yes, she is.
    Is she a singer?
    Yes, she is.
    Is she happy?
    Yes, she is.
    Is she English?
    Yes, she is.
    Is she from Germany?
    No, she isn't.
    Is she Russian?
    No, she isn't.
    Is she a hotel manager?
    No, she isn't.
    Is she at home?
    No, she isn't.
    Is she in the room?
    No, she isn't.



    http://english.specialist.hu/a3/xws/a1a.htm

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    Re: Basic sentence patterns (1) (oral drill, elementary level 1)

    Short conversations
    1
    Who are you?
    I'm Peter.
    Where are you from?
    I'm from England.
    Are you a student?
    No, I'm not.
    What's your job?
    I'm a bank manager.

    Who is she?
    She's Jane.
    Where is she from?
    She's from France.
    Is she a student?
    No, she isn't.
    What's her job?
    She's a secretary.
    Who is he?
    He's Bob.
    Where is he from?
    He's from Canada.
    Is he a student?
    No, he isn't.
    What's his job?
    He's a taxi-driver.

    2
    Who is this man?
    He's my friend.
    What's his name?
    It's Miguel.
    Is he from England?
    No, he isn't.
    Where's he from?
    He's from Mexico.
    How old is he?
    He isn't very old. He's forty.
    Who is this woman?
    She's my teacher.
    What's her name?
    It's Judith.
    Is she from Germany?
    No, she isn't.
    Where's she from?
    She's from Denmark.
    How old is she?
    She's only twenty-five.

    3
    How old are you?
    I'm nineteen.
    What do you do?
    I'm a computer operator.
    Where do you live?
    I live in Birmingham.
    What's your address?
    I live at 57 Nelson Road.
    What's your telephone number?
    It's 47692814.
    How old is your brother?
    He's twenty-three.
    What does he do?
    He's a postman.
    Where does he live?
    He lives in Chelsea.
    What's his address?
    It's 13 King Street.
    What's his phone number?
    It's 83761902.

    4
    Do you like cats?
    No, I don't.
    What animals do you like?
    I like dogs.
    Have you got a dog?
    Yes, I have. It's a bobtail.
    Oh, I love bobtails.
    Does your brother like dogs?
    No, he doesn't.
    What animals does he like?
    He likes horses.
    Does he ride a horse?
    Yes, he does. He's a jockey.
    I like horses, too.

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    This / that / these / those
    What's this?
    It's a book.
    What's this?
    It's a bag.
    What's this?
    It's an orange.
    What's this?
    It's a stamp.
    What's this?
    It's a key.
    What are these?
    They're cars.
    What are these?
    They're postcards.
    What are these?
    They're houses.
    What are these?
    They're newspapers.
    What are these?
    They're bananas.


    What's that?
    It's a pen.
    What's that?
    It's an apple.
    What's that?
    It's a desk.
    What's that?
    It's a lamp.
    What's that?
    It's an umbrella.
    What are those?
    They're windows.
    What are those?
    They're pictures.
    What are those?
    They're stamps.
    What are those?
    They're telephones.
    What are those?
    They're policemen.


    Is this a pen?
    Yes, it is.
    Is this a book?
    No, it isn't.
    Is this an umbrella?
    Yes, it is.
    Is this a magazine?
    No, it isn't.
    Is this a photo?
    Yes, it is.
    Are these children?
    Yes, they are.
    Are these dogs?
    No, they aren't.
    Are these chairs?
    Yes, they are.
    Are these boxes?
    No, they aren't.
    Are these radios?
    Yes, they are.


    Is that an armchair?
    Yes, it is.
    Is that a sofa?
    No, it isn't.
    Is that an architect?
    Yes, it is.
    Is that a fireplace?
    No, it isn't.
    Is that a journalist?
    Yes, it is.
    Are those people?
    Yes, they are.
    Are those buses?
    No, they aren't.
    Are those trains?
    Yes, they are.
    Are those ski-lifts?
    No, they aren't.
    Are those helicopters?
    Yes, they are.

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    There is / there are
    There is a table in the room.
    There are chairs around the table.
    There is a box on the table.
    There are pens in the box.
    There is a telephone on the table.
    There is a calendar beside the telephone.

    There is a bed in the corner.
    There is a cupboard near the bed.
    There is a chair in front of the bed.
    There is a shelf above the bed.
    There are books on the shelf.
    There is a window near the bed.

    There is a chair between the bed and the table.
    There is a cat on the chair.
    There is a dog under the table.
    There is a mouse under the bed.
    There is a carpet in the middle of the room.
    There are flowers in the window.

    Is there a table in the room?
    Yes, there is.
    Is there a cupboard near the bed?
    No, there isn't.
    Is there a shelf near the window?
    Yes, there is.
    Are there books on the shelf?
    Yes, there are.
    Are there pens in the box?
    No, there aren't.
    Are there flowers in the window?
    Yes, there are.

    There isn't a radio on the shelf.
    There isn't a chair beside the bed.
    There aren't books in the cupboard.
    There aren't chairs in the corner.
    There aren't pens on the table.

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    Re: Basic sentence patterns (1) (oral drill, elementary level 1)

    Can
    I can see a clock on the shelf.
    I can see a telephone on the table.
    I can see flowers in the window.
    I can't see apples on the table.
    We can't see girls in the picture.

    Can you see cars in the street?
    Yes, I can.
    Can you see books on the shelf?
    No, I can't.
    Can you see a cupboard in the corner?
    Yes, I can.
    Can you see trees in the garden?
    No, I can't.
    Can you see a policeman in the street?
    Yes, I can.
    Can you see cars in the street?
    No, I can't.

    I can't see a taxi in front of the house.
    I can't see flowers in the garden.
    I can't see books on the shelf.

    I can see some bananas in the fridge, but I can't see any oranges.
    Can you see any tomatoes?
    There is some milk in the kitchen, but there isn't any lemon juice.
    Is there any bread on the table?

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    Picture description
    There is a living-room in the picture. There is small table in the middle of the room. There is a red telephone and a newspaper on the table.
    There's a bookshelf in the corner, and there are some books on the shelf. I can see a cupboard next to the shelf. There is a TV on the cupboard.

    There is an armchair in front of the small table, and there's a sofa next to it. There aren't any pictures on the wall above the sofa, but there are some photos in the cupboard.
    There is a door next to the cupboard, on the right, but we can't see it.


    Is there a video recorder in the room?
    No, there isn't.
    Are there any chairs?
    No, there aren't.
    Are there any books on the shelf?
    Yes, there are some. There are a lot of books on the shelf.
    Are there any bananas on the table?
    No, there aren't any, but there're some in the kitchen.
    Are there any people in the room?
    Yes, there is a man on the sofa.

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    Re: Basic sentence patterns (1) (oral drill, elementary level 1)

    Useful expressions
    "How do you do?"
    "How do you do?"

    "How do you do?"
    "Nice to meet you."

    "How are you?"
    "Fine, thanks."

    "How are you?"
    "I'm O.K."

    "How are the children?"
    "They're fine, thanks."

    "Hi, Jane!"
    "Hello, Peter."

    "See you tomorrow."
    "Bye."

    "Can I help you?"
    "A fish and chips, please."
    "Anything else?"
    "No, thanks."

    "A sandwich?"
    "Yes, please."

    "Can I have a cup of coffee, please?"
    "Black or white?"
    "Black, please."

    "Is this your bag here?"
    "Oh no, that's my bag over there."

    "I'm sorry I'm late."
    "Don't worry, it's all right."

    "It's very hot in here. Can I open the window?"
    "Of course."

    "Let's have a drink."
    "Why not?"

    "Excuse me."
    "Yes?"
    "Is there a post office near here?"
    "Sorry, I don't know. I'm a tourist."

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    Re: Basic sentence patterns (1) (oral drill, elementary level 1)

    Jobs
    What does a taxi-driver do?
    He drives a taxi.
    What does a bus-driver do?
    He drives a bus.
    What does a student do?
    She studies at school.
    What does a teacher do?
    She teaches students.
    What does a typist do?
    She types letters.

    What does a barman do?
    He serves drinks in a bar.
    What does a postman do?
    He delivers letters.
    What does a shopkeeper do?
    He sells things in a shop.
    What does a cleaner do?
    She cleans rooms.
    What does an accountant do?
    She does the book-keeping.

    What does a pilot do?
    He flies planes.
    What does a journalist do?
    She writes for a newspaper.
    What does a nurse do?
    She helps doctors.
    What does a doctor do?
    He helps sick people.
    What does an architect do?
    He designs buildings.

    What does an interpreter do?
    She translates speech.
    What does a translator do?
    He translates texts.
    What does a receptionist do?
    She works in a hotel.
    What does a secretary do?
    She answers the phone.
    What does a farmer do?
    He works in the country.

    A dancer dances in a club.
    A footballer plays football.
    An architect designs buildings.
    An air-hostess serves drinks and meals.
    A policeman controls the traffic.

    Singers sing at concerts.
    Pilots fly planes.
    Lorry-drivers drive lorries.
    Postmen walk a lot.
    Clerks work in offices.

    What do you do?
    I'm a footballer. I play football.
    I'm a teacher. I teach English in a school.
    I'm a typist. I type letters.
    I'm a doctor. I work in a hospital.
    I'm a popstar. I play with a rock group.

    Where do you work?
    I work in a factory. I'm a factory worker.
    I work in a hotel. I'm a receptionist.
    I don't work. I'm a student. I study chemistry.
    I'm an agent. I work for a computer company.

    How do you go to work?
    I take a bus.
    I go by car.
    I walk.
    I take a tram.
    I usually go by bus.
    We sometimes take a taxi.
    I never walk.
    I don't go to work.

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    Re: Basic sentence patterns (1) (oral drill, elementary level 1)

    Often / sometimes / usually / never
    Do you ever go to the cinema?
    Yes, I often do.
    Do you ever play golf?
    Yes, I sometimes do.
    Do you ever read a newspaper?
    No, I never do.
    Do you ever listen to music?
    Yes, I always do.
    Do you ever work in the garden?
    No, I never do.

    Does he ever drink beer?
    Yes, he often does.
    Does he ever go skiing?
    No, he never does.
    Does she ever make fish soup?
    Yes, she sometimes does.
    Does she ever meet friends?
    Yes, she often does.
    Does he ever come to work late?
    No, he never does.

    What do you always do on Sundays?
    I always walk in the park and I sometimes go to the cinema.
    What do you never do?
    I never smoke and I never drink wine.

    What does your brother do in the morning?
    He always has fish for breakfast.
    Where does mother go at weekends?
    She often visits her sister in Manhattan.

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    Re: Basic sentence patterns (1) (oral drill, elementary level 1)

    Time
    What's the time? (9.00)
    It's nine o'clock.
    What's the time? (9.15)
    It's quarter past nine.
    What's the time? (9.30)
    It's half past nine.
    What's the time? (9.45)
    It's quarter to ten.
    What time is it? (7.05)
    It's five past seven.
    What time is it? (7.55)
    It's five to eight.
    What time is it? (5.35)
    It's twenty-five to six.
    What time is it? (5.25)
    It's twenty-five past six.

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