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Espero que todos se encuentren muy bien. In today’s class we discussed directions. Here they are, please look at them and review them. We will try and integrate them in our later classes. Here are also the numbers in tens (10,20, 30 and so on)
1. Aujourd’hui on a commencé avec une dialogue qu’on a fait le semaine passé: Dans un restaurant:
(Today we started with a dialogue that we did last week: In a restaurant): BUILD French 3.9.12 At the restaurant
2. Puis, on a revisé/pratiqué les chiffres 1 à 60, afin de dire l’heure):
(Then we reviewed/practiced the numbers 1 to 60, to be able to tell time):
3. On a practiqué l’heure avec l’horaire de vol, attaché ici):
(We practiced telling time with the airline schedule, attached here): BUILD French 3.16.12 chiffres
4. Enfin, on a commencé avec les mots de vocabulaire: Dans une aéroporte, basé sur ce vidéo:
(Finally, we started learning vocabulary: In an airport, based on this video):
We won’t have class next week, because of Spring Break, but we’ll see you on Friday, March 30!
A la prochaine!
This week in Turkish class we learned a lot of verbs for daily activities, and we learned how to use those verbs in the first person simple present. Useful stuff, right? If you want to see what we’ve been working on, you can visit the Turkish blog at https://sites.google.com/site/buildturkish/home.
Next week is Spring Break, and we will also take the week after Spring Break off, so the next Turkish class will be on April 3rd.
Iyi Ilkbahar Tatili, herkese!
Hola, Buenos días
Today we discussed family members:
Today we went over the names of clothes and another small conversation please take a look, click on them to make them bigger
Sawaddee kha everyone,
Our lesson 4 this week is the continued lesson from last time. We talked about how to say something in simple sentences. This week we talked about the verb /len/ ‘to play’ and /bpai/ ‘to go’. We also played a word game, so that everyone could get more practice.
We will upload more vocabulary on our website . Feel free to check it out at
See you next week! แล้วเจอกันค่ะ /laew jer gun kha/
Hi all, in our last lesson we had 2 new students. It’s nice to have all 4 motivated students. We talked about how to form simple sentences in Thai, starting with the verb /gin/ ‘to eat’ such as
/chan chaawp gin khao phad/ = I like to eat fried rice.
The students showed their interest in food terms, so we talked more about different kinds of food and ingredients.
We then talked about adding ‘not’ into the sentence
/chan mai chaawp gin khao phad/ = I don’t like to eat friend rice.
I will post a separate handout of the whole list of food terms with an appropriate tone mark.