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The following text is a transcription of the voice associated with the Demonstration film
Hello and welcome to English from England.
English from England is a website designed by English people, to help teach English as a foreign language. It uses both film and games to enable pupils to learn English with English people.
It is based on the Cambridge syllabus for young learners but also has some extra details to make it more relevant to everyday life.
Unit 1 starts with ‘the basics’ greetings, names, numbers and ages. It uses letters in the names section to show how English words are composed of letters that work from left to right.
Unit 1 also introduces colours to show how English adjectives work.
The 26 alphabet words can combine with the colours to give learners the chance to create new language of their own.
Unit 2 models the verb ‘to be’ with the question and negative forms. It also uses singular and plural forms of nouns.
Unit 3 models the verb ‘to have’ within the context of the family.
Unit 4 lets the pupils learn about words linked to ‘the house’ including prepositions.
Units 5 and 6 deal with the vocabulary and structures around ‘School’. They build on the previous units and expand verbs.
Each unit includes Teacher Notes for every section, along with supportive worksheets. There are also other downloadable resources, pictures to make flashcards and other game activities.
English from England has been designed for young learners of English as a foreign language.
Learners are gradually introduced to English, giving them a chance to practise and revisit new language. By working through at their own pace they will develop real competence to become confident speakers of real English.
We hope you enjoy learning English with ‘English from England’.