May I go To The Bathroom? – mp3 song download

///May I go To The Bathroom? – mp3 song download

May I go To The Bathroom? – mp3 song download

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Get the single, May I Go To The Bathroom, and teach your students useful English expressions they can use in the classroom and in everyday life. This song will set the foundation for young ESL learners to learn to communicate their needs. We also have the version, Can I Go To The Bathroom, for teachers who want to teach, “Can I~?” to beginning ESL learners.

CD: BINGOBONGO Rock Vol. 2
Track: 18
Target Vocab: Man I ~?, classroom English, useful verbs

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BINGOBONGO Rock Song: May I go To The Bathroom?

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This BINGOBONGO song, May I Go To The Bathroom, teaches young English learners to ask permission a little more politely using “May I?” instead of “Can I?” when they ask. With a fun mixture of practical and silly examples, kids will learn some useful verbs to ask if they can do various things in the classroom. They’ll also learn how to answer with “Yes, you may” and “No, you may not” as well as master the important possessives “my” and “your.”

 

AGO kids ESL free worksheets and flashcards

Don’t miss out on the free BINGOBONGO flashcards and worksheets to go along with the songs for the ultimate English lessons!

 

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Song Lyrics

May I go, can I go?
May I go to the bathroom?

Yes, you may. Yes, you may.
You may go to the bathroom.

May I play, can I play?
May I play with my baseball?

No, you may not. No, you may not.
You may not play with your baseball.

May I come in, can I come in?
May I come into the classroom?

Yes, you may. Yes, you may.
You may come into the classroom.

May I have, can I have?
May I have your pencil?

No, you may not. No, you may not.
You may not have my pencil.

May I sit down, can I sit down?
May I sit down in my chair?

Yes, you may. Yes, you may.
You may sit down in your chair.

May I stand, can I stand?
May I stand on my desk?

No, you may not. No, you may not.
You may not stand on your desk.

May I go home, can I go home?
May I go home with my backpack?

yYes, you may. Yes, you may.
ou may go home with your backpack.

May I eat, can I eat?
May I eat my homework?

No, you may not. No, you may not.
You may not eat your homework.

Please do your homework!

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