Lesson 2: Hello, I'm Anna! | ESL Video

Lesson 2: Hello, I'm Anna!

Quiz by: rmd    

Description: VOA Let's Learn English: Anna moves to Washington, DC. She goes to her new apartment and meets a new friend.
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1. Where is Anna from?
2. Does Anna live in New York City?
3. Who lives in apartment B4?
4. Who lives in apartment C2?
5. Who is Marsha?
6. Where does Pete live?
Conversation
Jonathan: Hey, Pete! Who’s your friend?
Pete She is Anna. She is new to D.C.
Jonathan: Where are you from?
Anna: I am from a small town.
Jonathan: Well, welcome to D.C.
Anna: Thank you.
Jonathan: I am Jonathan. I am in apartment B4.
Anna: I am in apartment C2. Marsha is my roommate.
Jonathan: I know Marsha. She is nice.
Pete: And I am in Apartment D7. I have to go now.
Anna: Oh!
Pete: Remember to call Marsha at work. Tell her you’re here.
Anna: Right, thanks, Pete. Nice to meet you!
Jonathan: You too, Bye.
Anna: Apartment C2, here I come!
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small       roommate       are       new       apartment       go       friend       call       thanks       nice       too


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1.) Do you live in a big city?
2.) Do you live in an apartment?
3.) Do you have a roommate?

Anna's New Adventure: Making Friends in D.C.

Join Anna on her exciting journey as she moves to Washington, D.C. and meets new friends. This video is a great opportunity for ESL learners to practice vocabulary related to introductions and conversations.

In this video, Anna introduces herself to Jonathan and Pete, discusses her new apartment, and plans to call her roommate. It's a fun way to learn common phrases and expressions used in everyday interactions.

This video is perfect for beginning ESL learners who want to improve their speaking skills and learn more about making friends in a new city. It can be used in the classroom for speaking practice or as a discussion starter.
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Grammar

Present Simple

Keywords

new friends

conversation skills

moving to a new city

roommate introductions

making friends

Discussion Questions

1.) Do you live in a big city?
2.) Do you live in an apartment?
3.) Do you have a roommate?

Vocabulary

friend

new

apartment

roommate

meet

go

call

work

nice

here