Useful expressions (with audio)

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 It is very important for you to practice these useful expressions while you are in class interacting with your fellow students and the teacher.



Hold on!

I don`t understand.

Repeat please.

What does it mean?

What is the meaning of “avocado”? Aguacate.

How do you say “traer” in English? Bring.

How do you spell it? b-r-i-n-g

How do you spell that?

I don´t know.

Can I go to the bathroom, please?

Can you help me?

He is missing the capital “C” in “Cali” and the period.

She is missing the question mark.

I don’t know what to do.

Am I wrong?

Can I correct it?

Can you say that again please?

She is misspelling “sugar”.

Speak slowly please.

I am confused.

It is confusing.

What do I have to do?

Can I work with a partner?

Ah! Everybody makes mistakes.

Could you spell that again, please?

I wrote buy instead of bought.

She wrote bring instead of drink.

I did my homework.

What about you?

The spelling is wrong.

Correct it!

I didn’t do my homework.

Have a nice weekend.

See you on Thursday.

See you next week.

She didn’t come today.

He is not coming today because he is sick.

No way Jose!

That’s not fair.

Can I borrow an eraser? A pen? A pencil? A sharpener?

Do you have an extra marker?

It is always the same thing.

Can we work in pairs?

What are you guys doing? We are writing a paragraph.

I put a verb instead of the adjective.

Subject verb or  verb subject.

I forgot to watch the videos.

Sorry! I couldn’t take the quizzes on line.

I didn’t take the quizzes.

I couldn’t find that word.

I couldn’t find ” survey” in the dictionary.

Did you find “survey”in the dictionary?

No, I didn’t.

Yes, I did.

What is it?

I need your help.

I forgot to do my homework.

I forgot to bring my notebook.

Can I ask you a question?

I took the quizzes on the blog.

I feel better now.

What is a pictionary?