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  • 1. Introductions and Greetings
    By, Ikhfi Imaniah
  • 2. In this lecture…
    EXPECTATIONS:
    After completing this unit you are expected to be able to introduce yourself and say greetings in real life
    STANDARD COMPETENCE
    Understanding and expressing the meaning of functional and interpersonal text in daily life
    Base Competence
    Understanding the meaning of transactional and interpersonal text in daily life
    Indicators
    Introducing and greetings
  • 3. FORMAL GREETINGS
    Note:
    Do not say Good Day except in Australia
    Do not say Good Evening when you are leaving. Use Good Night.
  • 4. INFORMAL GREETINGS
  • 5. EVERY DAY GREETINGS
  • 6. What can you say to someone when you meet them for the first time?
  • 7. Sometimes it's not what but HOW we speak
    Eye Contact
    Tone
    Fluency
    Volume
    Speed
    Stressing Words
    Body Language
    Intonation
    Proper Pronunciation
  • 8. Adam: Hi. My name’s Adam. What’s your name?Kate: Hi, Adam. My name’s Kate.Adam: So, where are you from, Kate?Kate: I’m from Toronto. How about you?Adam: I’m from San Diego, California..
  • 9. Intonation
    Your voice is like a rollercoaster,
    it goes up and down when you talk.
    Monotone = no intonation
    UP ENDING
    DOWN ENDING
  • Nice to Meet You
    Adam: Hi. My name’s Adam. What’s your name?
    Kate: Hi, Adam. My name’s Kate.
    Adam: So, where are you from, Kate?
    Kate: I’m from Toronto.
    How about you?
    Adam: I’m from San Diego, California.
    Now you try it…
    A: Hi. Myname’s ____.
    What’s your name?
    B: Hi, ____. My name’s ____.
    A: So, where are you from, ____?
    B: I’m from ______.
    How about you?
    A: I’m from ______,________.
  • 13. John meets his Boss, Mr. Craig at the office
    John : Good morning, Mr. Craig. How is life?
    Mr. Craig : I’m fine, thanks you. How about you John?
    John : I’m fine too. How is your family?
    Mr. Craig : They are fine, thank you.
    John : Nice to hear that.
  • 14. Statements with “be”
    Possessive
    Adjectives
    my
    your
    his
    her
    our
    their
    is not = isn’t
    are not = aren’t
    I’m a student. I am = I’m
    You’re from Mexico. you are = you’re
    He’s from Korea. he is = he’s
    She’s from Canada. she is = she’s
    We’re students. we are = we’re
    They’re from the US. they are = they’re
    I’m not a teacher. I’m a student.
    He isn’t from China. He’s from the US.
    They aren’t teachers. They’re students.
  • 15. Introducing your friend
    Using the example conversations on page 5, introduce the person sitting beside you to the class.
    Your name
    Their name
    One thing interesting about you and them.
    hobby, city, favourite food, favourite singer
    Example:
    Hi. My name is Min Ho and this is my classmate, June. He is a soccer fan and I love baseball.
  • 16. Questions with “be”
    Are you a student?
    Is he a teacher?
    Is she an artist?
    Are you actors?
    Are they doctors?
    Who’s that?
    What’s your name?
    Where are you from?
    How are you?
    How old are you?
    Yes, I am. No, I’m not.
    Yes, he is. No, he isn’t.
    Yes, she is. No, she isn’t.
    Yes, we are. No, we aren’t.
    Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.
    Who is  Who’s
    What is  What’s
  • 17. Work in pair and make a dialogue of introducing yourself, then perform in front of the class!
  • 18. GOODBYE