Beginning English Video Lessons – Week 3 of 52

Part 1 – Watch and practice along with this Speaking Practice Video

Part 2 – Watch and practice along with this Pronunciation Practice Video

Part 3 – Listen, read, and practice along with the audio player and dialogue below.

Anna: I am in my new apartment! Great!

I live with Marsha. We’re roommates.

I want to cook dinner. Oh! Hmmm. Is there a supermarket near here?

Marsha knows. Marsha’s work number is 555-8986.

Man: Hello.

Anna: Hello. Is this Marsha? It is Anna.

Man: I am sorry. You have the wrong number.

Anna: Oh. Is this 555-8986?

Man: No. This is 555-8689.

Anna: Oh. Excuse me!

Man: Okay. ‘Bye.

Anna: One more time. 555-8986. Please be Marsha.

Marsha: Hello. This is Marsha.

Anna: Yes, Marsha. I want to cook dinner.

Marsha: Excuse me? Anna? Is that you?

Anna: Oh, yes. I am here!

Marsha: Good. You are there.

Anna: I want to find a supermarket.

Marsha: Oh, okay. The supermarket is at 1500 Irving Street. It is near the apartment.

Anna: Great! Goodbye!

Marsha: Goodbye, Anna.

(Later) Anna: There is a big supermarket on our street. And Marsha says I am a good cook! Until next time! Bye!

Part 4: Watch the “I’m Here” Video Lesson

Here is Lesson 3, “I’m Here”, which is designed to help beginning English Learners from all over the world to increase English comprehension and communication skills. You’re encouraged to follow this video carefully and practice with it as well as leave us a comment about what you’ve learned in the comments section below.

Part 5 – Take the “I’m Here” Lesson 3 Online Quiz

Click here: Take the “I’m Here” Lesson 3 Online Quiz

31 thoughts on “Beginning English Video Lessons – Week 3 of 52”

  1. Hello teacher,
    I listened to all the lesson videos . I also practiced lesson videos .Meanwhile I registered myself then compared my recording with the lesson videos and they were the same.
    I also learned how to pronounce a few words and how to respond on phone.
    I did lesson 3 online quiz . My score is 6 of 6.
    Thank you!

  2. Hello, Maestro Sersea!
    My score is 6/6.
    And I learned 2 stable English expressions:
    – One more time!
    – Until next time!
    Thank you a lot for interesting and useful lesson!

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