Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Learn Town Vocabulary! | My City | EFL | ESL | Phrases #1 | ELF Learning



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Join ELF as we talk about what we do in town. 12 places around town are presented along with simple phrases and sentences. The light, jazzy rhythm may be a bit of a challenge for some kids, but we hope that they catch on and "feel" the music over time.

Vocabulary and Phrases include:

bakery - I buy bread at the bakery.
bank - I keep my money in the bank.
bookstore - I buy books at the bookstore.
bus stop - I catch a bus at the bus stop.
cake shop - I buy cake at the cake shop.
coffee shop - Daddy drinks coffee at the coffee shop.
dentist - I go to the dentist when I have a toothache.
doctor's office - I go to the doctor's office when I'm sick. 
drug store - I buy medicine at the drug store.
flower shop - I buy flowers at the flower shop.
gas station - Mommy buys gasoline at the gas station.
hospital - I go to the hospital when I'm sick.

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