Chapter 2 (“A Long Speech—& Different People”) of the new Scenario Book One:
Beginning to Use English Grammar in Context, pages 17-36
Who It’s For: (Teachers & Helpers of) (High) Beginners
Why It’s Useful: After using (singular/plural, affirmative/negative) forms of be to name things, it’s natural to use all subject pronouns to tell about oneself and get to know others. Other basic grammar and vocabulary items help too: contractions; nouns naming people, things, places; possessive adjectives, object pronouns, and more.
What You’ll Do:
 Enjoy a continuing introductory Scenario. Demonstrate comprehension of grammatical patterns in context + explanations.
 Optimize use of colorfully illustrated exercises to get used to the structures. Use what you’ve learned in getting-acquainted games that go well beyond the material.