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Everyday English[1]
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EVERYDAY ENGLISH …

EVERYDAY ENGLISH
By: María Fernanda Morales

Social Expressions
Match the expressions and responses. When do we use these esxpressions?

1. How are you?.........fine thanks.
2. Hello. Jane……....hi peter!
3. See you tomorrow!....bye! See you then
4. Good nigth!………...sleep well
5. Good morning!……good morning
6. Hello, I’m Elaine Paul..nice to meet you, Elaine

Social Expressions
Match the expressions and responses. When do we use these esxpressions?

7. Cheers!........................cheers!
8. Excuse me………yes, can i help you?
9. Make yourself at home….thank you. That’s very nice
10. Have a good weekend!.....you’re welcome
11. Thank you very much…….of you
12. Bless you!......................same to you
Making Conversation
Match a line in A a reply in B and further comment in C.

1. What a nice day it is today!....yes it’s beautiful, isn’t it?
2. How are you today?.....fine, thanks. How about you?
3. Did you have a nice weekend?....yes, we had a great time. We went to the beach and did some shopping.
4. How do you like living in Texas?.....I’m enjoying it. It was kind of strange at first, but I’m getting used to it.

Making Conversation
5. Did you have a good flight?...yes, no problems the plane was a little bit late, but it didn’t matter.
6. Did you watch the soccer game yesterday?... No, I missed it. What was the score?
7. What a beautiful coat you’re wearing!...thank you. I got it in san Francisco last year.

IT ALL WENT WRONG
LET´S GO SHOPPING!
PRICES AND SHOPING

1. A: a book of stamps please.
B:that’ll be six dollar
2. A: how much is this sweater?
B: twenty – eight fifty
3. A: A loaf of sourdough bread and tree rolls, please
B: that’ll be two dollars and eighty – two cents.

LET´S GO SHOPPING!
PRICES AND SHOPING
4. A:just this book, please.
B: All right. Let’s see… where’s the price?
Ah! That’s five ninety – five.
5. A: How much was your car?
B: fifteen thousand dollars.
6. A: how much was the check for?
B: A hundred and sixty pounds

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO?
• “I feel nervous. I have a test today”. Good luck! “Do your best”
• “I don’t feel very well. I think. I’m getting the flu”. Why don’t you go home and go to bed?”
• “ I’m feeling a lot better, thanks. I have a lot more energy.” “that’s good. I’m glad to hear it”
• “ I’m really excited. I’m going on vacation to Bangkok tomorrow.” “that’s, great. Have a good time.”

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO?
5. “I’m sick of this weather. It’s so wet and miserable.” “I know. We really need some sun.”
6. “ I’m really tired. I didn’t sleep very well last night.” “That happens to me sometimes. I just read in bed”
7. “I’m kind of worried. My grandfather’s going into the hospital for test.” “I’m sorry to hear that, but I’m sure he’ll be all right.”
8. I feel really depressed right now. Nothing’s going right in my life.” “cheer up! Things can’t be that bad!”

THE BEST IN THE WORLD
You go down the path, past the pond, over the bridge, and through the gate. Then you go across the road. Take the path trough the park and into the woods, when you come out of the woods, just follow the path up the steps and into the museum. It takes about five minutes or less

FAME
1. Do you learning English Ana? yes.
Do you learning English Ana? Yes I do. I love it. It’s the language of Shakespeare.
2. Are those new jeans you’re wearing? No.
Are those new jeans you’re wearing? No they aren’t. I’ve had them for ages.
3. Do you know what time it is? No.
Do you know what time it is? No I don’t. I’m sorry.
4. Can you play any musical instruments? Yes.
Can you play any musical instruments? Yes, I can as a matter of fact. I can play the violin.

DOS AND DON´TS
ILLNESSES
1. I have a cold.
2. I have the flu.
3. I twisted my ankle.
4. I have

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  • 1. at on in No preposition At six On in the last night o´clock Saturday evening At On Monday In two weeks midnaigth morning December ago At chrismas On In the Last week chrismas summer day On January In 1995 18 On the weekend
  • 2. 1. A: a book of stamps please. B:that’ll be six dollar 2. A: how much is this sweater? B: twenty – eight fifty 3. A: A loaf of sourdough bread and tree rolls, please B: that’ll be two dollars and eighty – two cents.
  • 3. 4. A:just this book, please. B: All right. Let’s see… where’s the price? Ah! That’s five ninety – five. 5. A: How much was your car? B: fifteen thousand dollars. 6. A: how much was the check for? B: A hundred and sixty pounds
  • 4. “I feel nervous. I have a test today”. Good 1. luck! “Do your best” 2. “I don’t feel very well. I think. I’m getting the flu”. Why don’t you go home and go to bed?” 3. “ I’m feeling a lot better, thanks. I have a lot more energy.” “that’s good. I’m glad to hear it” 4. “ I’m really excited. I’m going on vacation to Bangkok tomorrow.” “that’s, great. Have a good time.”
  • 5. 5. “I’m sick of this weather. It’s so wet and miserable.” “I know. We really need some sun.” 6. “ I’m really tired. I didn’t sleep very well last night.” “That happens to me sometimes. I just read in bed” 7. “I’m kind of worried. My grandfather’s going into the hospital for test.” “I’m sorry to hear that, but I’m sure he’ll be all right.” 8. I feel really depressed right now. Nothing’s going right in my life.” “cheer up! Things can’t be that bad!”
  • 6. You go down the path, past the pond, over the bridge, and through the gate. Then you go across the road. Take the path trough the park and into the woods, when you come out of the woods, just follow the path up the steps and into the museum. It takes about five minutes or less
  • 7. 1. Do you learning English Ana? yes. Do you learning English Ana? Yes I do. I love it. It’s the language of Shakespeare. 2. Are those new jeans you’re wearing? No. Are those new jeans you’re wearing? No they aren’t. I’ve had them for ages. 3. Do you know what time it is? No. Do you know what time it is? No I don’t. I’m sorry. 4. Can you play any musical instruments? Yes. Can you play any musical instruments? Yes, I can as a matter of fact. I can play the violin.
  • 8. SYMPTOMS  1. I can’t stop sneezing, 1. I have a cold. and my nose is runny. 2. I have the flu. 2. I have a temperatur, 3. I twisted my ankle. my whole body aches, 4. I have diarrhea. and I feel awful. 5. I have a sore throat. 3. it hurts when I walk on it 6. I have food poising. 4. I keep going to the bathroom. 5. My glands are swollen, and it hurts when I swallow 6. I keep throwing up, and I have diarrhea.
  • 9. Thank you for calling the Molokai grand hotel, Cathy speaking. How can I help you? I’d like to make a reservation. For what dates? It’s for two nights. The thirteenth and the fourteenth of this month. And do you want a single or a double room. A single. Non- smoking if it’s available. Ok, yes, that’s fine. I have a room for you. And your name is? Robert Palmer. Can you tell me what the rate is? Yes. That’s $150 a night. Would you like to guarantee your reservation with a credit card. Yes, sure. It’s a visa. 4929-7983-0621-8849. thank you. And could I have a telephone number please. Uh-huh. It’s(954) 915-0970. you’re all set, Mr. palmer. We look forward to seeing you on the thirteen. Bye-bye. Thanks a lot. Good bye
  • 10. A B Their house is such a mess! I don’t know how they can live in it There were so many people at There was now here to dance the party! I’m so hungry! I could eat a horse Jane and Pete are such nice But I can’t stand their kids people! I spent so much money this I don’t know where it all went weekend! A present! for me that’s so You really didn’t have to. sweet! We had such a good time! Thank you so much for inviting us. Princess is such a smart dog! She understands every word I say

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