Polite ways to offer someone a drink exerciseHow to complete the exercise polite offersUsing the the 12 examples of how to offer someone a drink and try write a short polite dialogue. There is anexample of a short conversation between two people.1. Do you want a drink?2. Do you want a glass of juice?3. Would you like a drink?4. Would you like a glass of juice?5. Can I get you something to drink?6. Can I get you a glass of juice.7. Could I get you something to drink?8. Could I get you a glass of juice?9. Do you want something to drink?10. Do you want some juice?11. Would you like something to drink?12. Would you like some juice?Example if a brief conversation between 2 peopleUse the conversation below to help you. After practise the conversation with a friend.Jane Would you like something to drink?Jason Yes, thank you.Jane What would you like?Jason Water or juice would be fine, thank you.Jane Would you like orange juice, pineapple juice, or grapefruit juice?Jason Well, if its not too much trouble, grapefruit juice would be good.Jane Its not any trouble at all. Wait just a minute. Ill be right back.Jane Here you are.Jason Thank you very much.Jane If you want more, just let me know.Jason Thank you. This is really good. I was so thirsty.Jane Youre quite welcome. If you were that thirsty, you should have said something. You didnt have to wait for meto offer.Jason Thank you so much. You’re very kind.Jane Oh, think nothing of it at all. Youre quite welcome.Print the worksheet onto some paper
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