North Olmsted ESL
Success in English
Weeks 2 & 3
Touchstone Class audion
Academic Word List
911 Emergency Call
English & Business
Welcome to the USA
Week of February 7th
What is your neighborhood like?
Do you like your neighborhood? What do you like about it?
Have you met any of your neighbors? How did you meet?
When someone moves into a neighborhood, should they introduce themselves to their new neighbors? Why?
Do you ever help your neighbors? Do they ever help you? How?
Was there a greater sense of community between neighbors in the past? If so, what has changed?
Have you ever had a problematic neighbor? How were they annoying?
If you listen outside at night, what sounds will you hear around your home?
Does your neighborhood have all the facilities you need? What would you like to add?
Are there any regular sporting or cultural events in your neighborhood? Talk about them.
How is the transportation system where you live? Is it reliable? Affordable?
There is..... There are....
There is/There are
is a common phrase in English, used to indicate that something "exists"or is in a certain location. The main subject
the verb when
There is an apple on the table.
There are some apples on the table.
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Markets in your neighborhood
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