Useful sentences in the classroom

Useful sentences in english classroom


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USEFUL SENTENCES IN THE CLASSROOM
AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CLASS 
Go in.
Come in.
Stand up. / Sit down.
Stand in a line.
What day is it today?
Who’s missing today?
Sarah’s missing. She is sick.
I’m sorry.
Sorry about that.
Sorry I’m late.
AT THE END OT THE CLASS 
It’s time to finish. Let’s stop now.
Don’t forget to bring your exercise book tomorrow.
Have you finished?
Pack up your books.
Stop now! I’m collecting your work.
THE TEACHER’S QUESTIONS 
Are you ready?
Any questions?
Are you OK so far?
Are you with me? / Do you follow me?
Can you hear me?
Can you say that in English?
Do you understand?
What’s the matter with you?
What’s wrong with you?
Who’s next?
ASKING FOR SOMETHING
Am I right or wrong?
Can you help me, please?
Excuse me. I can’t hear you.
Can I / May I draw the curtains?
Can I go to the toilet, please?
Can I have a pencil, please?
Could you lend me your pen, please?
Can I borrow your book, please?
Is this right or wrong?
I don’t know. I don’t understand.
What is ___ in English?
What does “___” mean?
How do you say ___ in English?
How do you How do you pronounce this word?
THE TEACHER’S INSTRUCTIONS
Open your books at page…
Answer the question.
Ask a question.
Be careful!
Be quiet! / Hush!
Can you repeat, please?
Come to the blackboard.
Lets check the answers.
Listen to this.
Look at question 5.
One at a time, please!
One more time, please.
Pay attention, everybody.
Put your hands up.
Repeat after me.
Speak up! / Speak louder!
Stop talking.
Take a sheet of paper.
Today, we’ll learn how to…
Turn to page… / Go to page…
Wake up!
You have five minutes to do this.
THE TEACHER’S ENCOURAGEMENT
Try again!
Good! Very good!
That’s right. That’s correct!
OK! /I agree with you.
That’s better! Much better!
Well done! / Good job! You’re a champion!
Very good! / Great! / Lovely! / Super!
Brilliant! / Excellent! / Fantastic!
That’s right! / That’s it!
Correct! / Perfect!
WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS
Pick out the word which means…
Circle the right word.
Complete the prompts.
Fill in the blanks (with words from the text).
Find the clues.
Find the opposite of…
Match the words to the definitions.
Right or wrong? / True or false?
Sum up in one sentence.
Tick the right answer.
Underline the word(s) that correspond(s) to…

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