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English Plus is a small school located in Tamachi, Tokyo.
We're providing fun, student-centered, practical English lessons.
Today, let's learn and practice some basic English.
There are a wide variety of lessons available at English Plus, and one of the most popular lessons is "Conversation".
In this lesson, the students can learn and practice basic English vocabulary, grammar, expressions, and pronunciation for English communication.
The aim of our Conversation lessons is that students master some basic English skills, and gain confidence to communicate in English.
Through the lessons, students learn fundamental vocabulary, grammar points, and so on, and after that they have enough time to practice using what they learn during lessons.
It might take some time to master basic English skills; however, we try to support our students by offering lessons regularly and constant self-study support.
If they take lessons regularly and do self-study constantly in their free time, they can improve English skills a lot faster than we expect.
Anyway, during our Conversation lessons, our students can learn a lot of basic English grammar, and one of the most important points to master is "verbs."
We understand that beginner English learners have difficulty mastering verbs, so today, let's learn some verbs.
Now, let's check the most frequently used 25 verbs listed below, and read them out loud if possible.
1. be (am, is, are)
When you have time, let's make sentences with each verb above.
If you are a student at English Plus, we're happy to support your self-study.
Please try to make even one sentence, and show it to us when you have a lesson.
If you are interested in learning English with us, check out English Plus' Official Website.
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Verb sheet available for self-study at English Plus
今日の英語でのひとこと："Let's master one verb a day!"
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