A reader asked me to explain this word.  👏👏👏
So, I will make it my #1 priority today‼️

A priority is something important.

What are this guy’s top priorities?


Think about what he needs. 🤔
Prioritize the list. I think his top priorities are:

  1. Find water
  2. Make a small home, to keep warm and dry
  3. Find food

Is getting his hair cut a priority?  No!   🙄

Priorities are 1, 2, 3…  Top priority is number 1.
Top priority = High priority.

We will now ride the bus.  🚌

Why does this say “Priority Seating”?  Does it mean you should sit first?


No.  The sign says WHO is important on the bus. They have priority. They sit first.

This morning, I prioritized what lessons I would write.

What are your priorities for learning English?  Can you prioritize your ideas and tell me?

Did you see the word prioritize?
In English, we can make some nouns (things) into verbs (action) by adding

Priority is a noun.  Prioritize is a verb.  Cool!  😎

Today, I will teach you the word “will”.

Tomorrow, will you go to the store?

Yes, I will.  I will buy something, then I will come home.

Remember the word “would”?

Will” is like “would”.  “Will” means yes, YES, YES!  I will 100% do it!

What will you do tomorrow?

What? What did you say?

What’ll you do tomorrow?

I would play football ⚽️,  but it will rain.  🌧🌧🌧

I will go to a movie. The show starts at 8:00. Will you go with me?

No, I will not.  I won’t go.  I do not like movies.

what’ll = what will

won’t = will not     <<< wow!  It is not willn’t. That would be hard to say!😝

Open this post to learn more!

Please open the box.

Why should I open the box?

If you open it, you will be happy!


I see a shop.  Is it open now?

Uhhh, yes.   🙄

Will it be open at 6:00?

YES.  The sign says “OPEN 24 HOURS”.  It will be open!  🙄🙄🙄


This cat can open a door.
He opened the door yesterday.


Wow! I have never seen a door open like this  😮

If I had this door, I would open and close it 100 times each day!


We used the word “open” 2 ways.

  • To do something, like “Open the box”.
  • To talk about the store:  The store is big. The store is open.   

Do you want to learn a new word?

OK.  I will show you how to spell today’s word.

s   h   o   m

Oh no!  😮  That is wrong!  I will show you again:

s   h   o   W

Good!  👏👏👏  That is better.

Can I show you a funny video?
Someone showed me this yesterday.

Show” can also be a thing.

What is your favorite TV show? 📺

Hmm… I don’t know.  I like many shows.

I have an idea for a new show:  “English with Mr. David”.  We can all be on it!

Is that a joke?  I think not many people would watch that show. 🙄

Yes, it was a joke.  😆

This is an old song. It is old, but it is good.

You can listen and read the words. It is good to practice listening to English, and to practice reading.

That is what Thomas Edison liked to say. He worked 😅 hard. If it was not good, he tried again.

He made the first the light bulb 💡,  movie player  📽, and the music player. 🎧

Will you try to learn a new English word every day?

On Monday, I tried making a blog. I did not like my first one. I did not stop. I tried again, and I liked it.

I am trying to learn how to read Arabic.   <<< the “-ing” means I still try.  If I said “I tried to learn”, that means I stopped. 

I tried to write Arabic words. It was hard. I will keep learning, and try, try again.


If someone gave $1,000,000 to you, what would you do?

Hmmm… I don’t know what I would do.

Give me a minute.  Let me think…🤔

OK!  I know what I would do!  💡

I would like to travel. I would visit people. That would be nice.  ✈️

Please do something for me. On Monday, I gave you a book. Tomorrow, please give it to Sara. Then she will give it back to me.📔

Then I will make dinner for us, and we will talk about the book. 🍲

Here is a video from my favorite YouTube teacher, Ronnie.

She explains “to” and “for“.

Would you like to learn about these?  I want to teach you.

would like” = “want”

“I want some food” is OK, but it is nicer to say
“I would like some food”.

“Want” is a strong word.
Would” is more polite, like asking and saying “please”. It is like saying “If I had some food, I will be happy”.

Would you like a drink?

Yes, I would like some tea please.

Would you like some cake too?

I would, but I am not hungry

If something is not 100% real, you can use “would”:

If you saw a house on fire, what would you do?

I would call 911.

Would you try to stop the fire?

No, I would not.


No, I wouldn’t. I would call 911.

If your car does not start, would you call 911?

No! I would not. I would call my friend.


Yes, I’d call my friend. He would help me.


Yes, he’d help me.

I’d = I would
he’d = he would
she’d = she would
they’d = they would
you’d = you would
we’d = we would

Today, we practice the words “give” and “to”.

  • Please give your pen to me.
  • Please give your pen to Sarah.

In English, we like to make things short.  We could say:

  • Please give Sarah your pen.
  • Please give me your pen.

More sentences like “give me”, “give her”, “give us”:

  • Will your mother give us some cake?
  • Give me all your money!!!      <<< that is not nice to say!

If it happened yesterday, the word is “gave

  • Yesterday, you gave me a pen.  I will give it to you tomorrow.
  • Why do you need money? I gave you a lot of money yesterday.

It can also be used for nouns (things) you can’t really touch:

  • I will give you a job.
  • Can you give me a hand?  <<< not your real hand!  This means “Can you help me”, like, “I need some more hands.”


You will read the words “give me”, but we usually say “gimme”.
Try saying them.  It’s a lot easier to say “gimme”!

  • Can you gimme a drink?
  • Gimme Shelter” is the name of a famous song.
  • If you need to pick up a big box, you might say “Hey, gimme a hand.”
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