Where to find things in this blog

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English For Me, Too
( english4me2.com )
includes a variety of materials for learning to read and speak in basic English.

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Most of the photo and vocabulary pages are in the top “headline” area of this blog.
Below is a photo of that top area, with photos of what is in some of the sections.
(click on image to make it bigger )

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English 4 me too home page top headline area

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Put the mouse cursor over the topic you are interested in.
A “scroll down menu” will appear.
Click on the topic that you are interested in.

You can also get to those pages by clicking on the “links” below:


Below:
there are some newer sections of this site that contain very basic English materials, for students who are just beginning to learn English.

You can get to these pages by clicking on any of the “links” below.

Links to some of the updated very beginning materials that are in the top “tabs” labeled:

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Links to   “English Consonant sounds”

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Links to “EnglishVowels Sounds”
” Short Vowel Sounds”
“Long Vowel Sounds”

Links to Basic English Verbs:
“Very Basic Verbs 1 “ 
(photos, words and short, simple sentences)


“Very Basic Verbs 2” 
   (photos, words and short, simple sentences)

“Morning Activity Verbs: Group 1,”    (Photos, words, sentences with varied pronouns: I, you, he, she, we, you, they )


“Morning Activity Verbs: Group 2”
(Photos, words, sentences with varied pronouns: I, you, he, she, we, you, they )
Verbs for everyday activities: call, cook, drive, eat, play etc.  (Photos, words, sentences with varied pronouns )
Classroom direction Verbs: stand up, walk to the board, write your name etc  (Photos, words, sentences with varied pronouns )

Kitchen/cooking verbs  (Photos, words, sentences and questions, using varied pronouns and verb tenses )
Household chore verbs and house repair verbs   (Photos, words, sentences and questions using varied pronouns and verb tenses )

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Links to names of “People”
” People in the Home”
“Helpers in the Community”

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Links to Kitchen:
“Cooking verbs”  
(Photos, words, sentences and questions, using varied pronouns and verb tenses )

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“Foods and Subway Sandwich menu”   

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“Household Chores”    
  (Photos, words, sentences and questions, using varied pronouns and verb tenses )

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“Food Containers”

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When?  Basic calendar words:
Names,in English,  of the 12 months of the year and the 7 days of the week

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Math:
Counting numbers: ones, tens, hundreds, thousands etc

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Teaching goals:  (these charts and lists can be used by friends, family members or other people, helping students learn to read and speak beginning English words, phrases and sentences )
Lists of  important words and phrases that beginning English students can learn

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Translations of letters, words and phrases, from English to other languages:


tibetan english alphabet  English for Tibetans: links to many good websites with basic English and Tibetan words and phrases for English Language Learners

   english tigrinia numbers      English for English Language Learners from Eritrea and Ethiopia who speak Tigrinya and Amharic: links several good websites with  Tigrinya and Amharic words and phrases in those languages and English

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Links to English translations of words and phrases, from other languages:

(Tibetan,  Eritrean/Tigrinya,  and Ethiopian/Amharic  )
English for Tibetans
Tigrinya- English Picture Dictionaries and phrases
Amharic-English phrases

English 4 me too home page for blog explanation

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