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Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
Week 3   Starting Conversation
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Week 3 Starting Conversation

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  1. Starting a Conversation Jacob Erlich Standout Adult English
  2. Today’s Agenda: 1. Three English Idioms 2. Discuss ‘Remembering Names’ post 3. Starting a Conversation 4. Body Language - Make a List 5. BBC Learning English
  3. Opening thoughts • Do you like to meet new people? • Does the idea of talking to strangers make you feel nervous? Why or why not? • Do you think you’re a good conversationalist? If not, how can you improve?
  4. What is an Idiom? Combined words, when put all together, mean something different then the individual words
  5. A Drop In The Bucket • I'd like to do something to change the world but whatever I do seems like a drop in the bucket.

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