English Speaking Basics

Basics – Section I: 29 Units


1. Basic usage of ‘I’m’
2. Variations of ‘I’m in/at/on’
3. I’m good at
4. I’m + (verb)
5. I’m getting

Basics – Section II: 30 Units


1. I’m calling to + (verb)
2. I’m working on + (noun)
3. I’m sorry to + (verb)
4. I’m thinking of + (verb-ing)
5. I’ll help you + (verb)

Basics – Section  III: 30 Units


1. How often do you
2. Do you want me to + (verb)
3. What do you think about (verb-ing)
4. Why don’t we + (verb)
5. It’s too bad that



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‘I’m’ is an abbreviation for the word ‘I AM.’ It is used in combination with other words to tell someone about yourself or to describe something you are doing.

Here are some examples:

“I’m so tired.”
“I’m confused.”
“I’m happy.”
“I’m twenty three years old.”
“I’m hungry.”
“I’m nervous.”
“I’m excited.”
“I’m leaving work.”
“I’m thirsty.”
“I’m from Seattle.”

You can also add descriptive words with ‘I’m’ such as:

“I’m extremely tired.”
“I’m very happy.”
“I’m terribly hungry.”
“I am super excited.”
“I’m very nervous.”

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