We make suggestions when deciding what to do with our friends, or giving them advice on what they might do in a certain situations.
There are many different ways of making suggestions in English. Here are some examples.
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Let's go to the zoo.
Why don't we go to the library?
How about going to the shop?
What about going to the park?
We often make suggestions using let's.
Let's chant with Wordies!
Let's go, let's stay,
Let's sing, let's play.
Let's learn, let's count, let's say
Hooray, hooray, hooray!
Let's go swimming now.
I can't. I don't know how.
I can teach you how.
Let's go swimming now!
Let's play the ABC game! It works well at home, in the classroom, or with a team. You could also use it on birthday parties :-)
Here is how to play it.
Let's start! A, B, C, ..., M.
Banano, name an animal that starts with the letter M.
M... M is for Monkey!
Now it's my turn. A, B. Name a toy that starts with B.
Check out other resources on the topic! This unit includes both online and printable materials that can help kids learn and practise basic English expressions in a fun way.