The four step approach to English learning refers to the process of learning English from easy to difficult, from simple to deep, from words and phrases to simple sentences and short essays. In the process of learning, we need to listen to more recordings, follow and repeat oral and reading exercises, cultivate language sense, start English Writing on the basis of listening, speaking and reading, and finally realize the all-round development of the four skills of English listening, speaking, reading and writing, This is exactly the same as the "listening and speaking lead to learn English" that I have advocated for many years.
Today, let's learn the four steps in English: word phrase sentence passage. Let's learn Lesson 5, nice to meet you Nice to meet you.
Lesson5book1, new concept English
1. English words (new words)
1.1 good English[ ɡʊ d] Beauty[ ɡʊ d] Adj good Superior; Excellent as an adjective (adj.)
A good video camera will cost you a lot of money A good camera costs you a lot of money.
My one good suit is at the cleaner&\39; s. My fancy suit is still in the laundry.
If you train hard, you&\39; Ll make a good footballer You can be a good football player if you train hard.
Used as a noun (n.)
Claiming won&\39; T do you any good Complaining won't do you any good.
Good is rewarded with evil Good is rewarded with evil.
Adj:able, acceptable, accepted, acceptable, acceptable, clear, consider, convenient, correct, reliable, effective, enjoyable, fair, friendly, full, gracious, great, healthy, large, long, loyal, nice, noble, precious, super,
Noun:advanced, benefit, excellence, goodness, interest, merit, morality, profit, right, use, usefulness, virtual, weal, worth
Adj.: Bad, evil, poor, unsustainable, unfriendly, unkind, ill, sick, unhealthy
2. English short sentences (as good as)
Used as an adj
A good few a considerable number (of); several
As good as almost, practically
Good and Complete, complete completelygood and+adj\u002e
I won&\39; T go until i&\39; M good and ready I didn't go until I was completely ready.
She made me good and mad She charmed me.
She was good and angry She was very angry.
I was good and tired I am very tired.
He knew good and well that she had stolen his watch He knew very well that she had stolen his watch.
The mean was good and sweet The melon is very sweet.
Good for sb doing well (used when congratulating sb)
Used as a noun (n.)
Do good benefit sbThis cough medicine taxes nice but it doesn&\39; T do much good This cough medicine is not unpleasant, but it has little effect.
Do sb good
Eat more fruit, it will do you good It's good for you to eat more fruit.
Much good may it do you I hope it will be of great benefit to you.
Do good to sb
You should do good to others You should do good to others.
For good (and all)
Permanently, permanently, decisively; Finally
To the good
Used to describe sb&\39; s financial state) in credit
Up to no good
Doing sth wrong, mischievous, etc
Nice to meet you
3. English sentences
This is Miss Sophie dupont
Nice to meet you
What brand is this car?
It is a volt (Swedish) /peugeot (French) /mercedes (German) /toyota (Japanese) / Daewoo (Korean) / mini (English) / Ford (American) /fiat (Italy)
Alice is a student She isn&\39; T german She is french
This is her car It is a French car
Hans is a student He isn&\39; T french He is german
This is his car It is a German car
4. English Introduction
When the people meet together, each of them would say "good morning" or "good after" or "good even" for greeting
When introduce someone to other one, we usually say like this: "this is Han, and he is German"
But if two friends to meet for the first time or on a formal occasion, the greeting usually be "how do you do? While the answer is the same as" how do you do? "
People greet each other by saying good morning, good afternoon or good evening, depending on the time of meeting. In addition, if it is the first time to meet or on a formal occasion, it is often used: how do you do?
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Four steps for English Learning: word phrase single sentence short passage, which starts with simple words and gradually changes to phrases and single sentences. It is best to organically combine single sentences to form a short passage.
In the process of using this learning method, we should pay attention to the listening and speaking practice. We can listen to the recording repeatedly, read after it, and dictate what we hear (the text). After listening, speaking and reading, it is best to practice English writing. The content of the short passage is a rewriting of the text. Some familiar materials are added appropriately to enrich the content of the passage. If we can persist in learning new concept English with the "four steps" of "word phrase sentence essay", we believe that our four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in English will be greatly improved in a relatively short time.