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English for Elementary School







Children are fast learners. They can follow English lessons taught by their teachers easily. However, children can get bored easily. So, teachers have to be creative in presenting lessons that are attractive and are interesting to them. Sometimes games, outdoor and indoor activities are used during the English lessons. Elementary school children will follow the examples which their teachers have given to them to solve other questions or puzzles.  Having absorbed the grammar rules (present of be, present progressive, simple present and simple past) and samples of sentences, they can create new ones without difficulties during the conversation exercises.

In countries where English is not the first language, English lessons that are taught in elementary school are aimed at enriching the basic vocabularies which children should know before starting to make simple statements or sentences such as alphabet, numbers, parts of the body and animals. Simple expressions are also taught to them such as greetings, how to ask for help or how to borrow something from a friend.
The basic reason why English learners must practice conversation is to increase their fluency and understanding of the English language. By answering questions below, students will be able to recognize the appropriate response of the English language. Practice of English conversation everyday so that you will be familiar with any situations. Try to find some friends around your neighborhood so that you can communicate with them in English.

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