THINK AND SPEAK IN ENGLISH | How To Talk About Your Daily Life Fluently In English

By watching this video lesson, you will learn how to finally think and speak like a native English speaker.

 

Part #1 | Morning Routine

THINK

WHO: Mike, who is 50 years old

WHAT: Works out hard

WHEN: 6 am every morning

WHERE: At a large gym not too far from his house

WHY: Learned the importance of discipline from working on a farm and the importance of staying in shape from his military background

SPEAK

[MIKE]

“I am 50 years old, but I still work out hard at 6 am every morning. I usually exercise at a large gym, not too far from my house. People always say my consistency is impressive. Honestly, I learned the importance of discipline from working on a farm and the importance of staying in shape from my time in the military.”

  • Consistency: The quality of always behaving or performing in a similar way, or of always happening in a similar way
  • Impressive: If an object or achievement is impressive, you admire or respect it, usually because it is special, important, or very large
  • Discipline: The ability to control yourself or other people, even in difficult situations

Part #2 | Afternoon Routine

THINK

WHO: My team members and I, Web Designers

WHAT: Go to a team meeting

WHEN: Around 2 pm in the afternoon

WHERE: In the big conference room down the hall from my office

WHY: To discuss how we will create all of the images, layouts, and videos for a new corporate website

SPEAK

[ME]

“I am a web designer and I work with a great team. Almost every day, we have a team meeting at around 2 pm in the afternoon. Our team meetings are in the big conference room down the hall from my office. We meet to discuss how we will create all of the images, layouts, and videos for a new corporate website.”

  • At around: Near or close to; approximately; (Usually refers to a numerical value or point in time)
  • Down the hall from: It specifies a location along the hall. It means further along the hall from a specific location
  • Corporate: Relating to a large company

Part #3 | Evening Routine

THINK

WHO: My closest friends and I, Elementary school friends

WHAT: Go out to eat

WHEN: Every Thursday at 7 pm

WHERE: Popular restaurants in our area

WHY: We are all foodies and we enjoy spending time with each other after work

SPEAK

[ME]

“My closest friends and I have known each other since elementary school. Usually, we try to hang out every Thursday at 7 pm. We go out to eat at popular restaurants in our area because we are all foodies. But, more importantly, we truly enjoy spending time with each other after work.”

  • Hang out: To spend time relaxing or socializing informally; To spend a lot of time in a place or with someone
  • Go out to eat: To eat at a restaurant or away from one’s home
  • Foodies: A person with a particular interest in food; a person who loves food and is very interested in different types of food
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Adrianagleite
Adrianagleite
10 months ago

Think teacher ????????????????????????

Last edited 10 months ago by Adrianagleite
Nur
Nur
2 months ago

Hi, I am from Bangladesh. How do you do?

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