Some very basic verbs: Page 1
sit, stand, look, walk, read, talk, listen, think
Be sure to say all of these words and sentences out loud.
This is very helpful for learning to talk in English!
Look at each picture
Do what is in each picture (sit down, stand up etc)
Say each word out loud
Practice saying each word, again and again and again
Say the names of the letters in each word
Say sounds for the consonants in each word
(sounds are in these mouth pictures below= how the lips and mouth look and feel when saying each sound)
Try to remember each word
Try to remember the word that goes with each picture
Say each word out loud.
Say each word again and again and again
Look above, if you can’t remember a word
Read basic verbs, out loud, three times each.
Practice saying the names of each letter in each word
Practice saying the sounds of each letter in each word
Practice saying words, 3 times each
You can practice writing each word, too
Basic verbs in simple sentences
Practice reading sentences out loud, again and again.
Practice saying each sentence out loud, again and again
Do action for each sentence: sit down, stand up, etc
I can sit.
I can stand.
I can walk.
I can look.
I can listen.
I can talk.
I can think.
I = me
Look at each picture, word and sentence
Read and say each word and sentence out loud.
Practice saying these sentences out loud, again and again and again
I = me
You = you
Read the sentence: I can sit.
Then ask the question: Can you sit?
Read each sentence and question out loud.
Practice reading and saying each sentence and question out loud, again and again
Read sentences out loud, with and to another person.
Practice asking the questions and answering the questions.
Example: “Can you sit?” “Yes, I can sit.” or “No, I cannot sit.”