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E- Learning English
วิชาภาษาอังกฤษเพื่อการสื่ อสาร 2
2000-1202 ปวช1
Complied
Attawit Commercial College
ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICTION II
How do you describe yourself?
What make is it?
What is it make of?
How’s the weather?
How are you doing?
What’s your favorite food?
What can I find in a newspaper?
Lesson 1
How do you describe yourself
?
Personal Features
Learn Appearance
Describing People
The Linking verbs
Pre-Test
Post-Test
Who are they?
A man on the left is
 George  Kenneth.
A man on the right is
 George  Kenneth.
Who are they?
A woman on the left is  Mary  Debbie.
A woman on the right is  Mary  Debbie.
She has long brown hair.
She has an oval face.
She has full lips.
She has big round eyes.
She has a Grecian nose.
She has thin eyebrows.
She has short curly hair.
She has a diamond face.
She has full lips.
She has big blue oriental eyes.
She has a Grecian nose.
She has thin eyebrows
He has wavy hair.
He has an A-triangular face.
He has thick lips.
He has black eyes.
He has a pug nose.
He has thick eyebrows
Describing People
A: Do you know Prachai Thipprecha?
B: Yes, of course. He is 17 years old.
A: What does he look like?
B: He has short way hair and a square face with big eyes.
A: How tall is he?
B: He is thin. He is about 170 centimeters tall.
A: What’s his weight?
B: He is about 65 kilograms
Lesson 2
What make is it?
Home Appliances
Comparision of Adjectives
Pre-Test
Post-Test
Fan
Blender
Sewing Machine
Cooker
Vacuum Cleaner
Grill &Smoker
Gas Stove
Refrigerator
Iron
Microwave Oven
Washing Machine
Mobile phone
Amplifier
Toaster
Television
Comparison of Adjectives
Comparision
Positive Degree
Comparative Degree
Superlative Degree
Rules
Pre-Test
Post-Test
Lesson 3
What is it made of ?
Clothing
Common of Adjectives
Pre-Test
Post-Test
Lesson 4
How’s the weather?
Weather Conditions
A weather forecast
Suffixes
Pre-Test
Post-Test
A weather Forecast
What’s the weather like
today?
It’s hot and sunny.
A weather Forecast
What’s the weather
in China?
It should be
cold.
No, it’s warm and
hot.
Lesson 5
How are you doing?
Illnesses
What’s the matter?
Should & Ought to
Herbal & Illness Remedy
Pre-Test
Post-Test
Asking and Responding About Health
Asking what’s wrong
What’s the matter ?
What’s the matter with you ?
What’s wrong ?
Are you all right ?
How do you feel today ?
Saying what’s wrong
I don’t feel very well.
I feel a bit sick / ill / tired
I’ve got a bad cold / headache / sore throat /
cough / temperature / .......
I’ve hurt my leg / arm.
My back hurts.
Offering help
Would you like
an aspirin / some cough syrup / ......?
to lie / sit down ?
to go home / see a doctor ?
to take some hot tea ?
Why don’t you get some rest ?
Can I give you a ..........? That will help.
Example :
A : You don’t look very well. Are you all right ?
B : Not really. I’ve got an awful toothache.
A : Would you like an aspirin ?
B : No , thanks. I’ve just taken some . I’ll be fine.
Example :
A : What’s the matter with you, Ann ?
B : I’ve got a terrible headache.
A : Let me get you some paracetamol.
B : Thank. That’s what I need.
Example :
A : How do you feel today ?
B : Sorry. I can’t talk . I have a sore throat.
A : Let me get you some lemon and honey.
That should help.
B : Thanks.
Example :
A : You look terrible. What’s the matter ?
B : I hurt myself carrying heavy bags yesterday. My
back hurts.
A : Would you like some Counterpain ? Maybe that
will help.
B : Oh yeah. Thanks. It really helps.
Requests for Advice
Requesting
Can/May I have a bottle of
cough syrup ?
Could I have something for
a sore throat ?
Responding ( giving advice )
Of course. Sure.
What do you suggest for dry
skin ?
I think I’m having a cold.
Could I have something for
a running nose ?
You should get some skin cream
/ lotion.
Try some lemon and honey tea.
I suggest some cold tablets and
a lot of vitamin C.
Example :
A : I think I have a muscular ache.
B : Try some of this ointment and a little massage.
A : That helps, Thank you.
Example :
A : I need something for my grandson.
He’s got very bad sunburn.
B : Try camomine lotion or some aloe
Vera gel. That’s very good.
A : Thank you.
Should and Ought to
1.The modal verb should is used to give advice. You
should do something = it is a good thing to do or the
right thing to do.
Example :
You look tired. You should go to bed.
When you have a cold , you should take lots of rest.
We often use should with I think / I don’t think /
Do you think ..........?
Example :
I think you should take some aspirin.
I don’t think you should work so hard.
Do you think I should take vitamin C ?
You shouldn’t do something ( negative ) = it isn’t
a good thing to do.
Example :
You shouldn’t work so hard.
2. We can use ought to instead of should in the above
sentences. Note that we say ought to do .............
( with to ).
Example :
You ought to stop smoking.
Jane ought not to go to bed late.
Note : Ought not (oughtn’t) is not as accepted as should
not ( shouldn’t ).
Counter pain
Muscle Relief
backache
cough
Cough
syrup
Deguadin
cold
Suntan
lotion
sunburn
Cut finger
Medicine
For remedy
Health
problem
Band-Aid
headache
Sore throat
Aspirin
Upset
stomach
High
temperature
(fever)
Fisherman
Friend
Eno
Tiffy
Lesson 6
What’s your favoite food?
Food Ingredents
Herbal vegetables
Vegetables
Transitive and Intransitive verbs
Pre-Test
Post-Test
Lesson 7
What can I find in a newspaper?
Classified Ads
Abbreviations
Pre-Test
Post-Test
Classified Ads