The student gets to know the language by listening, reading and doing assignments. The text is simple and related to everyday life.
Name, address, alphabet, numbers, age, occupation, food, feelings, the body, to wash (oneself / laundry), bath, shower, etc.
Numbers: 1, 2, 3, ... . Telling time, personal identification numbers and telephone numbers.
Time: Year - month - week - day. Know the names of the months and days. Now - later - earlier - before - today - yesterday - tomorrow - in a week / month / year.
Location: Here - there - inside - outside - up - down - next - right - left - behind - before - above - below - at home - at work - in school.
Colours: Yellow - red - green - blue - black - white and more.
People (Persons): Man - woman - a teenager - boy - girl - baby - infant. Wife - husband, boyfriend - girlfriend. Mom - Dad. Grandfather - grandmother. Son - daughter. Aunt - uncle.
Clothes: Pants, skirt, shirt, sweater, dress, parka, coat, hat, shoes, boots. Accessories: bag, wallet, key, money, clock, watch, glasses. Pencil, pen, bicycle, swimming, books, newspapers, a letter, candle, car, bus, flowers, phone, ambulance.
Pronouns: I - we. You - you. He - she - it. They. Mine - Yours - Ours
Verbs: To be, to have, to want, to read, to write, to learn, to sleep, to go (out / to work / to school), to come, to drive (a car).
Adjectives: Hot - Cool. Small - Large. Fat - Thin. Long - Short. Beautiful - Ugly. Sweet - Sour. Good - Evil. Bright - Dim. Fun - Boring. Old - Young. Clean - Dirty. Empty - Full. Hard working - Lazy. Healthy - Sick.
Final objectives and skills
says his/her name and how old he/she is
says where he/she comes from and where his/her family lives
says where he/she lives
understands and tells what time it is
understands numbers and amounts
has words and names about the body
says how he/she feels