English Verb TO BE: master the present tense + speak quickly udemy course free download
A step by step process to English language fluency: listening, speaking + conversation drills + written exercises
What you'll learn:
English Verb To Be: Speak clearly and in the present tense
You’ll be able to appropriately employ the verb “to be” in sentences and conjugate the word in the present tense.
With the present tense of the verb “TO BE,” you will be able to create and use contractions.
You won’t have to pause or mentally interpret your words; you’ll be able to talk swiftly and accurately.
With plenty of practice tasks in both the written and spoken word, your vocabulary as well as your listening, reading, and speaking
abilities will all increase.
This course is designed for beginning English speakers who already have a basic vocabulary and a grasp of sentence structure but who wish to be able to conjugate verbs correctly while speaking fast. This course will help you stop pausing and begin using the verb TO BE in the present tense naturally, automatically, and without thinking about it—just like native English speakers do. If you are still pausing in your sentences try and think of the proper verb conjugation to use or if you are pausing and translating words in your head, this course will help you. I’ll show you how to make contractions, employ the verb in both positive and negative sentences, and conjugate the verb. I provide you with writing assignments to help you reinforce what you learn. Together, we practice utilizing the verb TO BE in the present tense in speaking exercises until it comes effortlessly to you and you are surprised by how naturally you are speaking. You’ll pick up some vocabulary that you can use in the practice exercises, but since I don’t speak your language, you’ll need to have access to an English-your-language dictionary or a translation app like Google Translate or Deepl to be able to correctly interpret and comprehend the vocabulary we use. The only additional need will be a location where you can view the movies and talk aloud. In this lesson, speaking aloud is critical. The words cannot be “thought” about when we are practicing. You must say them aloud to your favorite toy, your pet, or yourself. You are capable of doing this. I can assist you.
If you're learning English, what you want most of all is to be able to engage in a natural conversation in English, without pausing in the middle of your sentence to think about what the proper conjugation of the verb you want to use should be, right? You want to be able to say the right word quickly, without even thinking about it.
By the end of this mini-course, you will be able to QUICKLY produce the correct verb conjugation of the verb TO BE in the present tense when you speak. The lectures and practice exercises and speaking drills are designed to improve your conjugation and speaking skills so that you will not need to stop in the middle of your sentence to try and remember if you are supposed to use the word "is", "am," or "are" and you won't need to translate the conjugation in your head anymore. You will be able to immediately produce the proper from of the verb automatically, just like a native English speaker.
You will learn how to use the verb TO BE in affirmative statements and negative statements.
You will learn how to form contractions with the verb TO BE (conjugated in the present tense).
And you will practice using the verb TO BE (conjugated in the present tense) until it becomes as natural for you to use as your own language.
You might also learn some new vocabulary words as we practice using the verb TO BE in sentences.
Who this course is for:
If you're ready to stop pausing when you speak to try and think of the correct verb conjugation to use and then stumbling through your sentences unsure if you're doing it right, this is the right course for you. We focus on one verb in the present tense. This course covers the verb TO BE in the present tense and you will learn how to conjugate and use it without pausing or thinking or translating it in your head. Just like a native English speaker does.