Beginning English Video Lessons – Week 5 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: Hello, everyone! Today my friend Marsha is at her friend’s house. She says it is beautiful. I want to see this house! Here we are!
Anna: Marsha, I am in the kitchen! It is a beautiful kitchen!
Marsha: It is beautiful. We cook in the kitchen.
Anna: I eat in the kitchen.
Marsha: We relax in the living room.
Anna: I relax in the living room. Marsha, let’s go upstairs!
Marsha: Anna? Where are you?
Anna: Marsha, I am in the bathroom! I wash in the bathroom.
Marsha: I am in the bedroom. We sleep in the bedroom.
Anna: I sleep in the bedroom!

Part 4: Watch the “Where are you?” Video Lesson

Here is Lesson 5, “Where are you?”, designed to help beginning English Learners from all over the world to improve basic English communication and comprehension skills. You’re invited to carefully watch the video below and practice with it. When you finish, you’re asked to share what you learned in the comments section below.

Part 5 – Take the “Where are You” Lesson 5 Online Quiz

Click here: Take the “Where are You” Lesson 5 Online Quiz

26 thoughts on “Beginning English Video Lessons – Week 5 of 52”

  1. Hello, this is Wilber from Nicaragua.
    I learned that some locations does not need a preposition, for example “I am upstairs”
    I learned the pronounciation difference between “soap” and “soup”.
    New words:
    bathtub
    swallow
    In the quiz I got 6 correct answers.
    Thank you for your job.

  2. Hello.
    In this lesson i learned a few words,how to do a question and that some
    locations like “upstairs” have no preposition.
    In the quiz my score was 6/6.
    Thank you very much.

  3. Week 5
    I listened and watched all audio and video and attempted the quiz. I learned a lot and scored 6/6.
    Thanks

  4. This lesson brought me a doubt. I’ve learned along the years to ask a question like the one that came up in the dialogue “You are in the kitchen ?” was to be done like “Are you in the kitchen ? Has the English grammar changed ?

  5. Hello sir. These videos are awesome. It improves our pronunciation, vocabulary and listening skill. I really always enjoy these videos. Thank you sir.
    My result is 100℅.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *