I’m not feeling well.

I have a rash. (ผื่น)I have the flu. (ไข้หวัด)I have a pink eye. (ตาแดง)I have a bruise. (รอยฟกช้ำ)
I have a cold. (เป็นหวัด)I have a sore throat. (เจ็บคอ)I have a headache (ปวดหัว)I twisted my ankle. (ข้อเท้าบิด)
I have a food poisoning (อาหารเป็นพิษ)I feel dizzy. (วิงเวียน)I feel sick. (ป่วย)I have a nosebleed. (กำเดาไหล)

– Language Focus: Asking, giving suggestion and wishing someone well.

1. Asking how someone feels2. Saying hoe you feel
How are you?I’m not feeing well.
How have you been?I don’t feel so good.
How is it going?I feel awful.
3. Asking about sympton4. Describing problem
Waht’s wrong?I have …
What are your symptoms?I feel …
What’s the problem?
5. Giving advice6. Wishing someone well
You should/shouldn’t …Take it easy.
Why don’t you …?Get well soon.
If I were you, I would …I hope you feel better.

Breakfast Lunch and Dinner

– Vocabulary: Groups of food

yogurt (โยเกิร์ต)potato (มันฝรั่ง)grape (องุ่น)pork (เนื้อหมู)bun (ซาบาเปา)pasta (พาสต้า)poultry (สัตว์ปีก)
sheimp (กุ้ง)rambutan (เงาะ)bean (ถั่ว)butter (เนย)scrambled egg (ไข่ข้น)lettuce (ผักกาดหอม)guava (ฝรั่ง)
cereal (ซีเรียล)beef (เนื้อวัว)noodles (ก๋วยเตี๋ยว)watermelon (แตงโม)squid (หมึก)brown rice (ข้าวกล้อง)condensed milk (นมข้น)
dairyvegetablefruitsmeat and proteingrains/ carbohydrates
condensed milk (นมข้น)
yogurt (โยเกิร์ต)
butter (เนย)
potato (มันฝรั่ง)
bean (ถั่ว)
lettuce (ผักกาดหอม)
grape (องุ่น)
rambutan (เงาะ)
guava (ฝรั่ง)
watermelon (แตงโม)
pork (เนื้อหมู)
sheimp (กุ้ง)
poultry (สัตว์ปีก)
scrambled egg (ไข่ข้น)
beef (เนื้อวัว)
bun (ซาบาเปา)
pasta (พาสต้า)
cereal (ซีเรียล)
noodles (ก๋วยเตี๋ยว)
brown rice (ข้าวกล้อง)

– Language Focus: Some & Any

Count nounsNoncount nouns
an apple, a tomato, apples, tomatosmilk, cereal
Do you have any apples?
Yes, I have some apples.
No, I don’t have any apples.
Do you have any milk?
Yes, I have some milk.
No, I don’t have any milk.

– Practice:

  1. I don’t have any eggs left at home.
  2. My mom usually has some buns and coffee for breakfast.
  3. I bring some fruits to work every day.
  4. Do you plan to buy any wine for your birthday party?
  5. They don’t want any water right now.
  6. I made some sanwiches for breakfast.
  7. Do you have any sugar at home?
  8. I’ll buy some salad and apples before I go home.
  9. Jim wants to have some ice cream after dinner.
  10. My little brother doesn’t have any milk with hit cereal. But he has some soymilk instead.


– Family member Vocabulary

mother-in-law (แม่บุญธรรม)grandchild (หบาน)aunt (ป้า)grandson (หลานชาย)son (ลูกชาย)cousin (ลูกพี่ลูกน้อง)
daughter (ลูกสาว)relative (ญาติ)sister (พี่สาว,น้องสาว)grandparents (ปู่ย่าตายาย)sibling (พี่น้อง)father-in-law (พ่อบุญธรรม)
uncle (ลุง)granddaughter (หลานสาว)only child (ลูกคนเดียว)parents (พ่อแม่)twin (แฝด)brother (พี่ชาย,น้องชาย)

– Language Focus: Possessives -‘s

Singular nounsPlural nouns
add ‘s to a singlar noun:
– Jack is my aunt’s son.
– Amy is my uncle’s daughter.
– My mom’s favorite food is Pizza.
– My brother’s favorite sport is football.
-What is your sister’s favorite actor?
add [ ‘ ] to a plural noun:
– Rob is the girls’ father.
– My parents’ car is black.
– My cousins’ favorite food is noodles.
– The boys’ favorite subject is English.
-What is your brothers’ favorite sport?

– Practice: Translate the sentences into English

  1. รถของแม่ฉันสีแดง My mom’s car is red.
  2. เครื่องดื่มสุดโปรดของโรเบิร์ตคือกาแฟ Robirt’s favorite drink is coffee.
  3. หนังสุดโปรดของญาติๆฉันคือไททานิค My relatives’ favorite movie is Titanic.
  4. นักร้องคนโปรดของหลานสาวฉันคือพี่ตูน My granddaugther’s favorite single is P TOON
  5. ร้านอาหารสุดโปรดของเพื่อน ๆ ฉันคือร้านชาบู My friends’ favorite resteruant is Shablu.

He’s talkative and friendly

– Personallity Vocabulary

flexible (ยืดหยุ่น)shy (อาย)friendly (เป็นมิตร)generous (ใจกว้าง)
messy (ยุ่ง)diligent (ขยัน)serious (จริงจัง)talkative (ช่างพูด)
lively (มีชีวิตชีวา)sociable (เข้ากับคนง่าย)introvert (เก็บตัว)confident (มั่นใจ)

– Language Focus: Asking and talking about personality

What are you like?What is she like?What are they like?
I am talkative and friendly.She is shy but friendly.They are diligent.
I am a friendly and talkative person.She is shy but friendly girl.They are diligent students.

– Practice: Translate the Thai sentences into English.

  1. เพื่อนสนิทของคุณเป็นคนอย่างไร What are your best friend like?
  2. เจ้านายของฉันเป็นคนมีน้ำใจแต่เป็นคนขยัน My Boss is generous and diligent.
  3. คุณเป็นคนยังไง What are you like?
  4. ฉันเป็นคนชอบเข้าสังคม ร่าเริงและคุยเก่ง I am socialable lively and talkative.

I’m interested in fashion

– Vocabulary

Literature (วรรณกรรม)Fashion (แฟชั่น)Cuisine (อาหาร)
Environmental Issues (ประเด็นสภาพแวดล้อม)Online content (เนื้อหาออนไลน์)International affairs (กิจกรรมระหว่างประเทศ)
Sport & Exercise (กีฬา และออกกำลังกาย)Technology and gadgets (เทคโลโลยีและส่วนเสริม)Travelling (การเดินทาง)
Photography (การถ่ายภาพ)Current events and trends (เหตุการณ์ปัจจุบันและแนวโน้ม)

– Language Focus: Tamlking about interests

– Are you interested in ….?Yes, I’m interested in …
Yes, I think … is interesting/adj-ing
No, I’m not interested in ….
Not, really
No, … is not my cup of tea.
No, … is not my thing.
– Are you into….?Yes, I’m into …
No, I’m not into…
Not, really
– Do you enjoy … ?Yes, I enjoy…
No, I don’t enjoy…
Not, really
– Wh-words is your favorite ….?
– Ex. Who/what/where/when
My favorite … is …
I don’t have favorite … [noun]
I don’t like any … in particular.
Not, really

– Practice: sentence building

  1. คุณสนใจเกี่ยวกับความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างประเทศหรือเปล่า
    Are you interested in international affairs?
  2. ไม่ค่อย กีฬาไม่ใช่เรื่องที่ฉันสนใจ
    Not really sport is not my cup of tea.
  3. ใครคือนักร้องคนโปรดของคุณ
    Who is you favorite single?
  4. ฉันไม่มีหนังที่ชอบเป็นพิเศษ
    I don’t have specific movies.
  5. วรรณกรรมโปรดของคุณคือเรื่องอะไร
    What is your favorite literature?

Can I Speak To …

– Vocabulary

be on vacationbe on sick leavebe on another linebe in a cinema
be in an important eventbe in the middle of workbe at lunchbe running an errand
be on the way to…be with a customerbe preparing a mealbe in an elevator

– Language Focus: Telephone Phrases

Receiver: Hello. / Good moring. Good afternoon/ Good evening Name of the company/ department /receiver

Caller: Can I speak to [name]? / ………………………

Receiver: Who is this. please?

Caller: This is … [name of caller] / It’s…[name of caller]

Receiver: Just a moment, please. / Just a ……………………….., please.

Caller: Alright. / Okay.

Receiver: I’m sorry. He/ She … [reason].Would you like to leave a message?

Caller: Yes. please. Can you tell… [name] that…[message], please?

Receiver: Of course. May I have your number, please?

Caller: Sure. It’s…[phone number] or [email]

Receiver: Thank you. Have a good day.

Caller: You. too. Good-bye.

That hat is too small

– Vocabulary


– Language Focus: Enough and too

Enough before nounsEnough after adjectivesToo before adjectives
I have enough time.The jacket is big enough.The jacket to too small.
I don’t have enough moneyThe pants aren’t long enough.The pants aren’t too long.

– Practice Complete the sentences with the correct words. Use too and enough. Then compare with a partner.

  1. How do these pants look? Do you think they’re long enough ?
  2. These shoes look nice, but they’re too uncomfortable. I can’t walk at all.
  3. Oh, on! I don’t have enough money. The belt of 300 bath, and I only have 200 bath.
  4. The shirt I ordered online is big enough. It fits very well.

Breathe Deeply

– Vocabulary

watch feel good movies (ดูหนังอารมณ์ดี)take a sip of hot drinks (จิบเครื่องดื่มร้อน)stay offine (งดเล่นออนไลน์)listen to your friend’s advice (ฟังคำแนะนำเพื่อน)
take a long walk (เดินไกล)practice yoga (ฝึกโยคะ)meditate (นั่งสมาธิ)make a to-do list (ทำสิ่งที่ต้องทำ)
take some time out (หมดเวลาพักแล้ว)travel to natural places (ไปเที่ยวที่ธรรมชาติ)read self-help booksget a massage (รับนวด)

– Language Focus: Adverbs of Manner


These Days

– Vocabulary: Match the activities with the meaning

see someone (คบหาดูใจ)look for a job (หางาน)be crazy about something (อินกับบางอย่างมากๆ)plan a trip(วางแผนไปเที่ยว)
read a fiction (อ่านนิยาย)learn to cook (เรียนทำอาหาร)cut down on sugary drinks (ลดเครื่องดื่มหวาน ๆ)spend a lot of money on clothes (ใช้เงินไปกับเสื้อผ้าเยอะ)
save up for something (เก็บเงินเพื่อบางอย่าง)lead a healthy lifestyle (ใช้ชีวิตเพื่อสุขภาพที่ดี)keep up with news (ติดตามข่าวสาร)take some time ouy from work/school (พักจากงานหรือเรียน)

– Language Focus: Present Continuous for temporary situations

Subject + verbs to be + v.ing + …
I am listening to hip hop a lot these days.
She is learning to drive lately.
Verbs to be + subject + v.ing + …?
Are you looking for a job these days?
Is she learning to drive lately?
Wh word + verb to be + subject + v.ing?
Why are you taking some time out these days?
Where is she learning to drive lately?

– Practice Complete the sentences with the present continuous form of verbs.

  1. ฉันเรียนขับรถอยู่ช่วงนี้
    I am learning to drive lately.
  2. ช่วงนี้แอนกำลังคบหาดูใจกับบางคนอยู่
    Ann is seeing someone recently.
  3. ช่วงนี้เพื่อนๆของฉันอ่านนิยายกัน
    My friends are reading a fiction these days.
  4. ในสัปดาห์นี้ ฉันกำลังวางแผนเที่ยวกับเพื่อนอยู่
    This week I am plaining a trip with up friends.
  5. ช่วงนี้แม่ใช้เงินไปกับเสื้อผ้าเยอะ
    My Mom is spending a lot of money on clothes these days.

Getting Around

– Vocabulary: Fill the verbs into the matching sentences

drive (ขับรถ)on foot (ด้วยเท้า)take (รับ)commute by (เดินทางโดย)
ride (ขี่)get to …. by (ไปถึงโดย)fly to (บินไป)get around by (ไปไหน มาไหน)
  1. My father likes to ride motorcycle to the mall. He can get there quickly in traffic.
  2. I usually go to school on foot because my school is close to my house, less than 10-minute walk.
  3. We will travel to Japan next week. We will fly to Haneda airport.
  4. It is better to commute by BTS to the office during rush hours.
  5. Jane doesn’t know how to drive a car but she knows how to ride a bicycle.
  6. I get to the post office by bus because it is cheap.
  7. My friends live in a big city. They get around by different transportation such as subway and taxi.
  8. We have to take the next train to Huahin.

– Language Focus: Simple present statements

Present SimpleSingularPlural
AffirmativeHe/ She/ Jane drives to work
Most verbs add –
Some verbs add -es: s, sh, ch, x, 0
Verbs ending in -y change to ies
Some verbs change – have -> has
I/ You/ We/ They drive to work
NegativeHe/ She/ Jane doesn’t drive to workI/ You/ We/ They don’t drive to work
Yes/No- QuestionDoes he/ she /Jane drive to work?Do I/ you/ We/ They drive to work?
Wh-QuestionWhen does he/ she/ Jane drive to work?When do I/ you/ We /They drive to work?

– Practice: Complete the sentences using present simple form

  1. I take [take] the cus to school. I don’t walk [not/walk].
  2. Jonathan has [have] a car. He drives [drive] to work.
  3. Anne doesn’t walk [not/walk] to school because the weather is too hot.
  4. Do you ride [ride] a bicycle on the weekend?
  5. My parents take [take] the train to work. They go [go] to the city.
  6. Jennie usually flies [fly] to Australia. Her mom lives [live] there.
  7. My neighbor rides [ride] a motorcycle to work. He doesn’t have [not/have] a car.
  8. When do you commute [commute] to work?
  9. My family an I don’t like [not/like] to fly. We normally drive [drive] a car.
  10. Jane doesn’t take [not/take] the bus. She usually takes [take] a subway.
  11. Does your sister get [get] to university van?
  12. My friends and I go [go] Huahin once a year. We normally take [take] a train there.

What does she do?

– Vocabulary: Occupations

an accountant (บัญชี)a company employ (พนักงานบริษัท)a flight attendant (พนักงานตอนรับบทเครื่องบิน)a receptionist (พนักงานต้อนรับ)
a server (พนักงานเสริฟ)a handyman (ช่างซ่อมบำรุง)a sales clerk (พนักงานขาย)a business owner (ธุรกิจส่วนตัว)
a dentist (หมอฟัน)an interpreter (ล่าม)a bank teller (พนักงานธนาคาร)a tour guide (มัคุเทศน์)

– Language Focus: Present Simple with WH

WH-word + do/does + subject + verb?

– “You and plural subject”

What do you do?I work as a sales clerk./ I am a sales clerk.
When do you work?I work from Monday-Friday.
I work from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
How do you go to work?I take a sky train to work
Where do your friends work?They work in Chidlorm.
What company do Mark and Rob work work for?They work for Star company.

– “Thirs person singular subject”

What does your sister do?My sister us a flight attendant.
My sister works as a flight attendant.
When does Jane work?Jane works from Wednesday to Sunday. She works from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Why does Henry go to work?He takes the bus to work
Why does your friends want to be a doctor?My friend wants to help people.
What company does Paul work for?Paul works for Walts company.

– Practice: Make questions from the given answer.

  1. Q: Where does he work?
    A: Make works in the hospital in upcountry.
  2. Q: What company do your friends work for?
    A: My friends work for PP company.
  3. Q: How does your MOM go to work?
    A: My mother usually takes a taxi to work. She somethimes drives.
  4. Q: When do you work?
    A: I work on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  5. Q: Why do you work as an interpreter?
    A: I’m an interpreter because I love to learn new languages and I can speak English and Japanese.

It’s pretty safe

– Vocabulary: Districts

downtown (ตัวเมือง)the suburbs (ชาญเมือง)a shopping district (ย่าน ช๊อปปิ้ง)
a college campus (วิทยาเขตวิทยาลัย)a recreational area (พื้นที่ สันธนาการ)a nighspot (สถานบันเทิงยามค่ำคืน)
countryside (ชนบท)a residential area (ย่านที่อยู่อาศัย)a tourist attraction (แหล่งท่องเที่ยว)

_ Language Focus: Quantifiers

Countable nounsUncountable nouns
Are there many restaurants?
– Yes, there are a lot.
– Yes, there are a few.
– No, there aren’t any.
Is there much crime?
– Yes, there’s a lot.
– Yes, there’s a little.
– No, there isn’t any.
How many restaurants are there?
– There are ten or twelve.
How much crime is there?
– There’s a lot of street crime.

– Practice: Translate the sentences into English.

  1. มีร้านอาหารหลายร้านแถวบ้านฉัน แต่มีโรงเรียนสองสามที่
    There are a lot of restaurants in my neighborhood but there are a few shools.
  2. แถวบ้านของฉันมีร้านกาแฟเยอะมากแต่ไม่มีร้านสะดวกซื้อเลย
    There are a lot of coffee shop in my neighborhood but there isn’t any convenience stores.
  3. แถวบ้านคุณมีสถานที่พักผ่อนหลายแห่งมั้ย
    Are there a lot of/many recreational areas in your neighborhood?
  4. แถวบ้านคุณมีเสียงดังมากมั้ย
    Is there mush noise in your neighborhood?
  5. แถวบ้านคุณมีที่เที่ยวกลางคืนกี่แห่ง
    Are there a lot of nightspot in your neighborhood?

I Always Hang Up My Clothes

– Vocabulary: Chores Phrasal verb

stock up the frige (ตุนของในตู้เย็น)cook up a meal (ปรุงอาหาร)pick up the magazines (เก็บนิตยสาร)sweep up the floor (กวาดพื้น)
clean up the yard (ทำความสะอาดพื้นที่)hang up the clothes (แขวนเสื้อผ้า)put away the dishes (เก็บจาน)wash up the dishes (ล้างจาน)
wipe off the counter (เช็คเคาร์เตอร์)clean out the cabinet (ทำความสพอาดตู้, เคลีย์ตู้)freshen up the room (ทำให้ห้องสดชื่น)take out the garbage (เก็บขยะ)

– Language Focus: Separable Phrasal Verb

– I take out the garbage.
– I take the garbage out.
– I take it out.
– Could you hang up your clothes?
– Could you hang your clothes up?
– Cloud you hang them up?
– I wash up the dishes.
– I wash the dishes up.
– I wash them up.
– You need to wipe off the counter.
– You need to wipe the conter off.
– You need to wipe it off.

– Practice: Complete the sentences with the correct verbs. Use “it” or “them”

clean outfreshen uppick uptake out
clean up hang upput awaywipe off
  1. A living room is a mess. Let ‘s clean it up before mon and dad come back.
  2. Why are your clothes on the chair? Can you hang them up in the closet?
  3. The garbage is full. Could you clean it out right away, please?
  4. This closet is full of old clothes and bage. Let’s put them away .
  5. The dishes are in the dishwasher. Would you take them out for me?
  6. This table isn’t clean. Can you wipe it off before dinner, please?
  7. Why is the house smell so bad? Could you freshen it up before the party?
  8. Your books and magazine are all over the floor. Would you pick them up, please?

Work and free time activities

– Vocabulary: daily routine

take a class (เข้าเรียน)attend a meeting (เข้าร่วมประชุม)sleep in (ตื่นสาย)make an appoinment (ทำการนัดหมาย)
follow up with work (ติดตามผลงาน)discuss work (คุยงาน)start work / finish work (เริ่มงาน /เสร็จงาน)leave home (ออกจากบ้าน)
go on social mediago grocery shopping (ไปซื้อของชำ)chill out (ชิล)cook a meal (ทำอาหาร)
arrive at work (มาถึงที่ทำงาน)catch up with work (ทำงานให้ทัน)stay up late (นอนดึก)do chores (ทำงานบ้าน)

– Language Focus: Talking about time and activities

– Asking and talking about time and activities

What time do you + (verb unfibitive) ?What time is + [noun]?
What time do you attend the meeting?What time is the meeting?
What time do you study English?What time is the class?

– Prepsition of time

ใช้กับ ช่วงเวลา เดือน ฤดู หรือปีใช้กับ วันที่ และวันใช้กับ เวลา (ชม. / นาที)
I usually go abroad in January.I work out an Saturdays.I get up at 7 o’clock
The river is dry in summer.I get paid on the 20 every month.My English class starts at noon.

Rules of the workplace

– Vocabulary: Put pharses into the correct category.

arrive at work on time (มาทำงานตรงเวลา)smoke in the car park (สูบบุหรี่ที่จอดรถ)were casual clothes (ใส่เสื้อผ้าไม่เป็นทางการ)bring pet (เลี้ยงสัตว์)
use Facebook in working hours (ใช้งาน FB ในเวลาทำงาน)have a neat appearance (ดูลักษณะเรียบร้อย)got to work late (ไปทำงานสาย)gossip other co-workers (คุยเล่นกับเพื่อนร่วมงาน)
eat smelly food (กินอาหารที่เหม็น)talk quietly (คุยเงียบ ๆ)keep the table tidyknock the door (เคาะประตู)
keep a healthy relationship (รักษาความสัมพันธ์ที่ดี)chitchat on the phone (คุยนินทาในโทรศัพท์)offer help (ให้ความช่วยเหลือ)chew gum in a meeting (เคี้ยวหมากฝรั่งในห้องประชุม)

– Language Focus: Modal verbs for rules

Modal VerbsExamples
Can/ CannotYou can use your phone. / You can’t use your phone.
May/ May notYou may smoke in the car park. / You may not smoke in the car park.
Must / Must notYou must have a neat appearance. / You must not wear flip-flops to work.
be permitted / be not permittedYou are permitted to bring pet. / You are not permitted to bring pet.

– Asking abount rules and for permission

Modals verbs + subject + V.1 ?Can I eat smelly food here?
Am I permitted to bring pet here?

– Practice: Translate the sentences into English.

  1. คุณห้ามใส่ชุดลำลองไปทำงาน [be not permitted]
  2. ทุกคนสามารถนำสัตว์มาเลี้ยงมาที่ทำงานได้ในวันศุกร์ [may]
  3. ฉันสามารถทานอาหารที่มีกลิ่นในนี้ได้ไหม [can]
  4. คุณห้ามเคี้ยวหมากฝรั่งในที่ประชุมเด็ดขาด [must]
  5. พนักงานสามารถเล่นเฟสบุค 2 ชั่วโมงในเวลาทำงานได้ [be permitted]