Are you one of those parents who spends their time speaking English with their children to get fluent with the language from a young age? That’s a great idea! Since as you well know, the brain in its former is able to absorb much more information and more easily than more easily. The time is now!
There are many English phrases for daily use, which you are not sure you are translating correctly, and as usual, you want to make sure that what you are teaching your little ones is correct.
Well, here are 30 daily English phrases that you can use with your young children, so that they gradually develop their skills in the Anglo-Saxon language and are at a better starting point by the time they start studying it at school. (Or reinforce it, if they’re already starting to teach it.)
30 daily English phrases to teach your young children
- That’s a very interesting question, honey. – That’s a very interesting question sweetheart.
- Get off the chair. – Get down from that chair.
- Look where you’re going. – Mind your step.
- It’s your turn. – It’s your turn.
- All right, stop it. – Ok that’s enough.
- Let’s go to school! – Let’s go to school!
- You’re grounded, go to your room. – You’re grounded, go to your room.
- Pick up the toys. – Put your toys away.
- This room is like a dump. – You room looks like a pigsty.
- Sort your room. – Tidy up your room.
- Can you help me set the table? – Can you help me set the table?
- It’s time for dinner – It’s dinner time.
- Let’s eat! – Lunch’s ready!
- Let’s have dinner! – Dinner time!
- Chew carefully. – Chew your food up well.
- Don’t talk with your mouth full. – Don’t speak with a mouth full.
- Do you have homework for today? – Do you have homework today?
- Have you finished your homework yet? – Have you finished your homework yet?
- Have you studied for the test? – Have you studied for the exam?
- Wake up, it’s time to get up! – Wake up! Time to get up!
- What would you like to play? – What would you like to play?
- What would you like for breakfast?
- Wash your teeth. – Brush your teeth.
- Fasten your buttons. – Do your buttons up.
- Zip up – Do your zip up.
- Tie your shoelaces. – Tie your laces.
- Go get the backpack. – Go and get your backpack.
- Did you do your homework? – Have you done your homework?
- Hurry up or we’ll be late for school! – Hurry up or we’ll be late for school!
- Get in the car. – Get in the car.