English as a family. Phrases to practice with children

English as a family. Phrases to practice with children

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Learning English is, today, a compulsory subject in many schools. It seems essential to know him for in adult life be able to express yourself in this language, and is that in most jobs they already ask for a good level of English and also, traveling will be easier.

Many parents want or should help their children with the language, since each time children start earlier in their learning, but they do not do it for fear of making mistakes or because they have a very basic level of the language. Nevertheless, we can help our children, with small words or everyday phrases in English that they will incorporate into their vocabulary almost without realizing it and we will be favoring the learning of the language.

There are basic phrases and words that serve to answer politely, say hello or say good morning. They are not complicated and children can learn them easily. If you get into the habit of repeating them from time to time and then their meaning in Spanish, children will learn them almost without realizing it. The important thing is to practice them routinely and constantly.

- Hello: Hello
- Good bye: Goodbye
- Good morning
- Good afternoon: Good evening
- Good night: Good night
- Thank you: Thank you
- You are welcome
- Please Please
- How are you how are you?

It is not necessary to teach them very complicated phrases, only related to their day to day and everyday elements, since their English teachers are there to go deeper into the language.

- Put your troussers on: Put your pants on
- There you have your socks: There you have your socks
- Please, tie your shoes: Please, tie your shoes
- Brush your teeths: Brush your teeth
- Come on! Dinner's ready: Let's go! l dinner is ready
- Let's go to school: Let's go to school
- Hurry up, it's late: Hurry up, it's late
- What would you like for breakfast ?: What do you want for breakfast?
- Have you finished studying ?: Have you finished studying?
- Do you have homework today ?: ¿Have homework today?

Parents also have other resources such as songs in English and short stories. You don't have to have a Cambridge accent, there are plenty of such resources on the Internet for children to sing and dance to songs in English or listen to interesting stories.

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