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Mini stairs-show
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Mini stairs-show
Mini stairs-show
Mini stairs-show
Mini stairs-show
Mini stairs-show
Mini stairs-show
Mini stairs-show
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Mini stairs-show

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  • 1. Social expressions Social expressions are expressions/vocabulary that are used in social situations Click on any one of the options. Check what I Practice know Learn
  • 2. Imagine Your friend comes to you and tells you that he got an A+ grade in the exams. What would you say? Congratulations Thank you See you later Sorry Click on any one of the options.
  • 3. You say ‘congratulations’ when you want to express your joy in the other person’s joy or success. A: I’m getting married this summer. B: That’s great news. Congratulations! Learn Practice more Click on any one of the options.
  • 4. Sorry, Wrong guess! Let’s study some useful social expressions Click here to watch a video on using ‘Excuse me’. Click here to watch a video on ‘common greetings’.
  • 5. Let’s study some useful social expressions Click here to watch a video on using ‘Excuse me’. Click here to watch a video on ‘common greetings’.
  • 6. Sorry You say ‘sorry’ when you want to express your grief. A: My uncle passed away last night. B: Oh! I’m sorry to hear that. You say sorry when you say ‘no’ as an answer. A: Can I borrow this book? B: I’m sorry, I haven’t finished reading it yet.
  • 7. Excuse me You say ‘excuse me’ to gain attention of the other person/people. Watch this video for more uses of this expression. Click here
  • 8. See you later You say ‘see you later’ when you are taking leave or saying bye. A: Heyi, I got to go now. B: Ok. See you later.
  • 9. Yes, of course/No, of course not. You use ‘of course’ to stress your answer. A: Can I borrow your pen. B: Yes, of course. A: Are you going out tonight? B: No, of course not. I’ve got to study.
  • 10. Same to you You say ‘same to you’ when you want to wish the other person the same thing. A: Our team won the best team award! B: Congratulations! A: Thank you and same to you. B: Let’s party tonight……
  • 11. Choose the correct expression to fill the gap. A: Mary, I bought a new car. B: Wow! …………………………… congratulations thank you see you later sorry Click on any one of the options.
  • 12. Correct answer NEXT

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