VERY USEFUL Cambly English Conversation Lesson

Kate:

Hello!

AmericanoTurco:

Hi! First of all, I have a question, a kindful question. I share my Cambly lessons on my Youtube channel.

Can I share this conversation?

Kate:

On your Youtube channel?

AmericanoTurco:

Yeah! I can share my Youtube channel’s link.

Kate:

Yeah! Okay! What is your name of Youtube?

AmericanoTurco:

AmericanoTurco Just a minute! I’ll send you a link. I am İsmail from İstanbul. And you?

Kate:

Hi, my name is Kate from the UK.

AmericanoTurco:

Before I had worried about British accent. Because I thought I can’t understand them who they are from England or the United Kingdom.

But nowadays when I talk to the British people I can understand. Also, you.

I think, my English was not able to understand them.

Kate:

I think, my English was not good enough to understand British people or British accents.”

AmericanoTurco:

But I have still a bit worries about interview. If I have to attend an interview.

I prefer to talk with an American person. Because, I think, I may not understand British accent as well in an interview.

But I am not sure. Also this is why I am here.

Kate:

Can you tell me about your Youtube channel?

AmericanoTurco:

Can you give me more detail about your question?

Kate:

Sure! Could you tell me some more information?

So, what’s the purpose of your Youtube channel?

AmericanoTurco:

My purpose is to improve my English. I love to share my progress with the people who learn English, too.

This makes me satisfied. Also, maybe I can help you. Some students / people tell me:

What is your tutor’s username on Cambly. Also, they are using Cambly. It helps them.

Also, it helps me. Because, I create my community on my Youtube channel.

Also, I contact with other students. Just enjoy!

Kate:

Ok! Very Nice! You can say: I love sharing my progress with fellow English students.

AmericanoTurco:

Please, you, keep going!

Kate:

You said: I love to share my improvement. You can say ‘progress’ instead of ‘improvement’.

Other English students > Fellow English students…

AmericanoTurco:

Right now I understood exactly what you told me. “Please, challenge me”

I don’t like comfortable conversation. If you challenge me I can improve my English.

Kate:

Okay!

Kate:

What do you feel like you need to improve? (…) I feel great.

Because, I think, the purpose of life is improvement yourself.

AmericanoTurco:

In fact, self-actualization. I believe that the purpose of life is self-actualization.

Feel great. When I talk in English I feel really satisfied about my life.

Also, English is not a foreign language. Also, English is not just a language.

Just enjoy! So…

Kate:

So, the question I was asking you:

What do you feel like you need to improve at the moment about your English?

When you feel like unable to express yourself enough?

AmericanoTurco:

I understand it. English is not a language for me. English is my life. I mean…

Why do you speak English? This is my reason I try to speak English.

AmericanoTurco:

If I talk just in Turkish I can communicate only with Turkish people.

If I talk in English as well I can communicate all the people

in the world.

Kate:

True! Yeah!

Kate:

But the question I was asking you:

What about your English?

Do you feel like you need talking about particular something? Some people…

AmericanoTurco:

I can learn grammar topics on Youtube videos.

I need to improve my conversation skills.

If I speak in English it is better for me.

Just conversation.

Kate:

Ok! Sure! How many days a week do you use Cambly?

AmericanoTurco:

Since last summer. (I got this question wrong)

Kate:

Have you seen huge progress since then?

AmericanoTurco:

Absolutely! When I have started on Cambly I was just “ıı” “amm” “ıı” :))

I was afraid about talking with English speakers.

I was afraid of speaking English with English speakers.

Also, I have worried of speaking English but I don’t care my worries.

Because I have to improve – change myself.

AmericanoTurco:

This is just “permanent” time.

Kate:

Oh! It is “temporary”. It is opposite of permanent.

AmericanoTurco:

> This is just temporary time.

Also nowadays, when I speak in Turkish sometimes I am confused.

Because, my brain tries to speak in English.

It confuses my brain.

Turkish and English grammar or gramars?

Kate:

“Grammar”

AmericanoTurco:

Turkish and English grammar are completely opposite.

In Turkish We say… For example… I can’t think in Turkish

Kate:

You put the words in different order.

AmericanoTurco:

For example, In Turkish ‘verb’ is the last word.

In English it is the second place.

Many Turkish people have a big problem about (English) grammar.

I don’t know how I learned it.

Kate:

Have you ever been to any English speaking countries?

AmericanoTurco:

I haven’t ever been to an English speaking country.

Kate:

Do you plan to go to any after the pandemic finishes?

AmericanoTurco:

For visit or another purpose?

Kate:

For anything. For work. For holiday…

AmericanoTurco:

People say about the England climate: It is so cloudy.

I love sunny places. So, Yeah, England is a great country.

I want to visit it just for a short time. I am fond of sunny places.

I prefer to live in the United States for a long time.

Kate:

There are other English speaking countries as well part from England.

AmericanoTurco:

That’s so.

Also, I am a special education teacher.

The next year I’ll be a teacher.

I have been studying…

Kate:

What the special education mean?

AmericanoTurco:

Special needs education…

So, autism, disability, hearing disability, blind disability, mental retardation…

Kate:

Yeah! I understand. Okay!

So, is it for children or adults?

You’ll be working with…?

AmericanoTurco:

Both of them.

Kate:

People with special support needs.

Also, you can say “students with complex needs” is another way to say it.

Have you heard this before?

AmericanoTurco:

I haven’t heard it as complex needs.

We say difficulties, disabilities, special needs. But it is right too.

XXX Because, for example …. 😦 (I can’t understand here clearly) XXX

Kate:

Sorry! I didn’t hear that.

AmericanoTurco:

Can I share this lesson on my Cambly channel.

Kate:

Yeah! No problem! That’s fine.

AmericanoTurco:

Also, I have a bit problem with the tutors on Cambly.

When I often change my tutors it makes me unsatisfied because you have to always introduce yourself.

So, I prefer to talk with a few or just one tutor on Cambly.

Kate:

You can say: “Regular tutors”.

AmericanoTurco:

Also, I try to improve my English in American accent but I love your talking style.

I’ll call you again.

Kate:

Okay! No problem! Sure! I can send you my schedule after the lesson.

AmericanoTurco:

Do you have a schedule / program?

Kate:

Yes! I do! Of course!

I have (…) availability the next couple of weeks.

AmericanoTurco:

Take care! Okay!

Kate:

Nice to meet you!

Bye…

AmericanoTurco:

Bye…

  1. abacus :abaküs
  2. abnormal :anormal
  3. absurd :absürt
  4. acacia :akasya
  5. academic :akademik
  6. accent :aksan
  7. accessory :aksesuar
  8. acetone :aseton
  9. acid :asit
  10. acne :akne
  11. acoustic :akustik
  12. acrobat :akrobat
  13. acrobat :akrobat
  14. action :aksiyon
  15. active :aktif
  16. activitiy :aktivite
  17. activity :aktivite
  18. actor :aktör
  19. actress :aktris
  20. actual :aktüel
  21. adaptation :adaptasyon
  22. address :adres
  23. admiral :amiral
  24. advantage :avantaj
  25. aerobic :aerobik
  26. aesthetic :estetik
  27. Afghanistan :Afganistan
    america amerika
  28. Africa :Afrika
  29. agenda :ajanda
  30. agent :ajan
  31. aggressive :agresif
  32. agitation :ajitasyon
  33. alarm :alarm
  34. alcohol :alkol
  35. alcoholic :alkolik
  36. alcoholism :alkolizm
  37. allergic :alerjik
  38. allergy :alerji
  39. alluvium :alüvyon
  40. alphabet :alfabe
  41. alternative :alternatif
  42. aluminum :alüminyum
  43. amateur :amatör
  44. ambiance :ambiyans
  45. ambulance :ambulans
  46. amen :âmin
  47. ammonia :amonyak
  48. amphibian :amfibi
  49. analysis :analiz
  50. analytical :analitik

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