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Unit 1 Dialogues - Introductions

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Hi, Sylvia! How are you?

I'm fine, thanks. How are you?

I'm very well!
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2.
Hi, my name's Tyler.

Nice to meet you, Tyler. My name's Sylvia.

It's nice to meet you too. Sylvia.
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3.
Hi, Tyler! How are you?

Oh, I'm OK. How about you?

I'm great, thanks.
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4.
What's your name?

My name is Tyler Saunders. What's your name?

My name's Sylvia. It's nice to meet you, Tyler.

Nice to meet you too. Where are you from?

I'm from China.

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Key Vocabulary

I
you
name
meet
thank

what
where
how
be
China

 

Grammar

1. Personal Pronouns

Personal pronouns tell which person or thing we are speaking about.
The personal pronouns in English are:

Singular

I

You

He

She

It

Plural

We

You

They

2. Verb "to be"

The verb "be" means to exist.

It is a linking verb, it links a subject and a thing connected with that subject.
The present simple forms of "to be" are as follow:

Singular

I am

You are

He is

She is

It is

Plural

We are

You are

They are

3. First Sentences

English is a Subject-Verb-Object (SVO) language - meaning that sentences are made with the subject first, then the verb, and finally the object. Using the above grammar we can now make basic English sentences, for example:
- I am a teacher
- She is happy
- They are students

Languages like French and Chinese are also SVO languages, but other languages are different. For example, Japanese, Korean and Persian are Subject-Object-Verb languages, so you wouldn't say "She is happy", you'd say "She happy is"!