By Anthony P. R. Howatt
This sensible instruction manual is for trainee academics who are looking to collect exact, genuine, and idiomatic lecture room language, and for knowledgeable lecturers who are looking to expand the diversity in their lecture room English.
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3. Hurry up! Get ! 4. Try to be here next week. 5. How are you 6. Please don't 7. Did you , Jill? the door like that! go to bed earlier? 8. What is 9 David today? your scarf on your peg. 10. Did you ... last Wednesday's lesson? II. Fill in the missing prepositions and adverbs, wherever necessary. I. Try to be here time ... next week. 2. What's wrong Bill today? 3. Step ... it! 4. We started ... ten minutes ago. 5. I hope you are all ready ... your lesson. 3 8. I'm waiting ... start. Bill, we're waiting ...
Encourage the use of these phrases when distributing name-c ards, exercises, tests , etc. THANKING, GIVING ~ Thank you Th ank you very much Th anks a lot Th anks for your help Thank yo u for cleaning the blackboard It was very kind of you to help . Thank you I really do apprecia te your help 2 Here you are There you ar e This is for you , Alison And here's one for you , Bill Take it. It 's for you Help yourself (to a copy) 'M . A .. R . Y! . ' Mind out means 'get out of the way'. ' WARNINGS 5 Look out!
A simple rule : only use 'first' in the classroom, or its synonyms, first of all, firstly, to start with . 'At first' always suggests a contrast with later behaviour: l At first he was kind to me, but then he became cruel I ' F irst' merely names the first action in a series of events: First we shall sing, and then we shall work I Similarly, do not use 'at last' in the classroom, but lastly or to finish with. • 3 Future tense after 'first' : First we shall try exercise 2. See Unit 9, section N4.