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  • 1. HOW TOINTRODUCE YOURSELF
  • 2. Name:My name is Tarek Nationality:Manzur Henao I come from ColombiaME Place of Birth: I was born in Pereira
  • 3. WH Questions• What • Aux:• Where + o Do/Does o To be• Who• How
  • 4. When two friends meet they say ‚Hi‛ They often ask a general question such as: Greetings Answers• How are you? • Fine thanks, and you ?• How are things? • Fine thanks, what about• How is life? yourself?• How is it going? • Very well, thank you.• Are you ok? • Not too bad, thanks.
  • 5. How to Introduce someone?• Paul, this is my friend • Pleased to meet you, Peter. Peter.• Paul, have you met my • Hello Peter, nice to partner Peter? meet you.• Paul, I’d like you to meet • It’s a pleasure meeting my colleague John you.
  • 6. Likes Dislikes• I like… • I don’t like…• I love... • I dislike...• I adore… • I hate…• I ‘m crazy • I can’t stand… about… • I detest...• I enjoy…
  • 7. • We use the present simple to talk about things we like and people we like: oI like to eat pizza oDiego likes to play with dogs
  • 8. • We also use the present continuous to talk about things we like and people we like: oI like eating pizza oDiego likes playing with dogs
  • 9. Dislikes• When we talk about dislikes, we must use the auxiliary “do” in negative form: oDon’t / doesn’t oI don’t like to read books. oI don’t like reading books. oCarmen doesn’t like to watch TV. oCarmen doesn’t like watching TV.