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PostSubject: Classroom language : Greetings   3rd December 2015, 12:32 am

Use these words when you begin the class.


“Okay everyone, stand up please. Jimmy, that means you too. Right.
Good morning everyone/ Good morning class/ Good morning boys and girls/ Good morning children…
Okay, just ‘good morning’ is right too, but I want you to say ‘Good morning class.
Good morning teacher.’ like we practiced last week.
Can you do that? Okay, one, two, three.
Much better, but remember that the ‘or’ in ‘morning’ is a long sound, oooooooooor” [gesture something very long coming out of your mouth with your right hand] “Oooooor…
Good. Moooooorning…. Okay, (that was) maybe a little too long, ha ha! Morning…
Great. So, let’s do the whole thing one more time from the start.
Good morning class… Much much better.
Okay, sit down please”
“(Good) morning/ afternoon/ evening”/ “Hello/ Hi”
“Merry Christmas”
“Happy New Year”


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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : Greetings   3rd December 2015, 1:26 am

Yes, greeting is the first sentence
that we have to speak with the students.
Thank you Diw.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : Greetings   3rd December 2015, 2:36 am

When I was high school,
the conversation between our class and the teacher before being class always :
Teacher : Good morning students.
Students : Good morning teacher.
Teacher : How are you?
Students : I am find, thank you. And you?
Teacher : I am good, sit down please.
Students : Thank you teacher!

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : Greetings   3rd December 2015, 3:12 am

Oh, Dew I've used It all the time.
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-----Okay everyone, stand up please. Jimmy, that means you too. Right.
Good morning everyone/ Good morning class/ Good morning boys and girls/ Good morning children…
Okay, just ‘good morning’ is right too, but I want you to say ‘Good morning class.
Good morning teacher.’ like we practiced last week.
Can you do that? Okay, one, two, three.
Much better, but remember that the ‘or’ in ‘morning’ is a long sound, oooooooooor” [gesture something very long coming out of your mouth with your right hand] “Oooooor…
Good. Moooooorning…. Okay, (that was) maybe a little too long, ha ha! Morning…
Great. So, let’s do the whole thing one more time from the start.
Good morning class… Much much better.
Okay, sit down please”
“(Good) morning/ afternoon/ evening”/ “Hello/ Hi”
“Merry Christmas”
“Happy New Year”

That's really good I'll keep using it.

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom language : Greetings   3rd December 2015, 3:58 pm

• Good morning
• Good morning, everybody.
• Good afternoon, everybody.
• Hello, everyone.
• Hello there, James.
• How are you?
• How are you today?
• How are you getting on?
• How's life?
• How are things with you?
• Are you feeling better today, Bill?

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