- Topic: How old are you?
- Communication Objectives: To use English phrases to ask about age and to tell someone your age.
- Language Objectives: To use English phrases to ask about age and to tell someone your age.
- Vocabulary: Numbers – one, two, three, four, five, six. Age-describing words: years, old etc.
- Sentence Structures:
- How old are you, Lisa?
- I’m five years old.
- Lisa is five years old.
- How old: Learn about the age of someone or something by using the question phrase ‘how old’
- I’m vs. I am: Use the verb ‘to be’ as a contraction in the first person singular
Bob is: In the 3rd person singular, use the verb ‘to be’.
Hello young learners! Welcome to Unit 3 of ESL/EFL where you will learn how to ask and give information about your age in English.
This exciting lesson will teach you numbers vocabulary from one to seven, and how to use the question format "How old...?" to ask for age.
But that's not all! In this unit, you will also be introduced to the third person singular of the verb "to be" with examples such as "Bob is six".
By the end of this lesson, you will be able to confidently ask and answer questions about age in English. You will expand your vocabulary and learn an essential aspect of communication.
So, are you ready to learn how to talk about age in English? Join us for Unit 3 of ESL/EFL and discover the exciting world of numbers and language.