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Each lesson contains useful everyday phrases related to a specific topic. You’ll learn the language in context, not just isolated words. All material is translated and spoken by native speakers.
Lesson 19: What's the weather like?
In this lesson, you'll learn the following phrases: What is the weather like today? / It is cold. / Is it raining? / No, it is not raining. / Today the weather is bad. / It's been raining for an hour.
Lesson 13: Do you have children?
In this lesson, you'll learn the following phrases: Do you have children? / I have a son. / I have a daughter. / How many children do you have? / I have two children. / They have two children.
Lesson 48: Describing people
In this lesson, you'll learn the following phrases: What is she like? / She is nice and friendly. / What does he look like? / He is quite tall. / He has got brown hair and blue eyes. / Does he look like his mother or his father? / He looks like his father.
Lesson 42: What are you scared of?
In this lesson, you'll learn the following phrases: What are you scared of? / I'm scared of the dark. / Frankly speaking / Frankly speaking, I'm scared of flying. / As you already know / As you already know, she is scared of spiders. / I'm not scared of flying. / They are scared of clowns. / I was scared of telling him the truth.
Lesson 36: Daily activities pt. 2
In this lesson, you'll learn the following phrases: I always eat lunch at twelve o'clock. / I often eat fish for lunch. / I return home at quarter past six. / When do you go to bed? / I go to bed at 11 o'clock at night. / I never get up early in the morning. / They get up early in the morning.
Lesson 28: How was your week?
In this lesson, you'll learn the following sentences: How was your week? / It was good. / My friends arrived on Monday. / I worked in the office. / My sister visited on Thursday. / I walked my dog every day. / I bought a new phone a few days ago.