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Unit 6

  1. 1. Unit 6Expressing FeelingsGiving OpinionsMaking Suggestions
  2. 2. Expressing Gratitude Expression Response  Thanks./Thank you.  You’re welcome.  Thank you for…  No problem.  Thank you (very/so)  Don’t mention it. much.  It was really nothing.  Many thanks.  With my pleasure.  Thanks a lot.  It was my pleasure.  Thanks anyway.  Any time.  That’s very kind of you.
  3. 3. Sample DialoguesOld woman: This box is so heavy.Little boy: Let me help you.Old woman: Thank you for your help.Little boy: You’re welcome.Mike: Can I borrow your bike, please?Jeffry: Why not? It’s in the garage.Mike: That’s very kind of you.Jeffry: My pleasure.
  4. 4. Expressing Apologies Expression Response Sorry./I’m sorry.  Not at all. I’m  That’s all right. (so, very, really, terribly, e  Don’t worry about it. xtremely) sorry.  No need to apologize. I’m sorry for…  It doesn’t matter. I’m sorry. It was my fault.  Let’s forget it. Please forgive me for…  I accept your apology. I (do) apologize.  It wasn’t your fault. I can’t tell you how sorry I am.
  5. 5. Samples DialoguesBoss: I think you’ve given me a wrong number.Secretary: I’m really sorry.Boss: It doesn’t matter. Please give me the right one.Secretary: It’s 022475432.Jeff: I’m sorry for being late.Nancy: It’s OK. Don’t worry about that.
  6. 6. Expressing Regret I’m sorry to hear that. I’m regret to hear that you didn’t pass the exam. I’m sorry to hear about the news. My condolences to you and your family. How terrible! I’m sorry for your loss.
  7. 7. Sample DialoguePolice: What’s wrong? You look unhappy.Tourist: I’m looking for my wallet. I think it might be dropped around here.Police: How terrible! I’ll help you find it. What does it look?Tourist: It’s a black leather wallet with the logo Gucci.
  8. 8. Congratulations Congratulations! Congratulations on……….. Congratulations to…….on…….. Congratulate……….on……… I know you can do it.
  9. 9. Sample DialogueMark: I’m going to attend John’s graduation ceremony. He just obtained the master degree.Joey: Please congratulate him for me.Sam: I just got promoted to the manager.Lucy: Congratulations! You deserve it.Sam: Thank you. It’s nice of you to say so.
  10. 10. Asking about Opinions What do you think of/about…? What do you find about…? What’s your opinion about…? What’s your point of view towards…? What is your idea about…? How do you feel about…? Do you have any ideas about…?
  11. 11. Giving Opinions Neutral Disagreement I think….  I’m afraid not. I believe/feel that…  I don’t think so. In my opinion,…  I don’t agree with that.  I don’t think…  I don’t believe that…  I don’t feel that…
  12. 12. Sample DialogueTeacher: What do you think about the internet?Student A: I think it’s a good media to access any kinds of information we really need immediately.Student B: I’m afraid not. In my opinion, it can be a chance for people with other purposes; for example, people use the internet as a tool to do illegal things.
  13. 13. Structures for suggesting had betterS + had rather + V1 (base form) ought to shouldWhy don’t + S + V1 (base form)+ C?What about + V.ing?How about + V.ing?
  14. 14. Making Suggestions You had better (You’d better)….. You had better take some medicine. He had better stop smoking. You had rather (You’d rather)….. They had rather ride the bicycles. Mike had rather eat healthy food.
  15. 15.  should/shouldn’t You should turn off the light after use. She shouldn’t wear a hat in the house. ought to/ought not to A sick person ought to go to see a doctor. We ought not to miss the great concert of the year.
  16. 16.  Why don’t you…?Why don’t you be on bed until you are fine?Why don’t you do yoga instead of walking? What about…?/How about…?What about going to the library first?How about catching the train to Bangkok?
  17. 17. Response to Suggestions Accepting Declining  I think you’re right.  I’d rather not.  I suppose I ought to.  I had better not.  Yes, I think so.  No, I suppose not.  Maybe I should.  I don’t think so.  You’re right but I  I don’t think it’s get better now. necessary.  Good idea but I’m  Well, I don’t really getting recovered want to. now.  I’m sorry. I can’t do it.
  18. 18. Sample DialoguesChrist: What happened to you? You look terrible today.Daniel: I have a bad toothache and I couldn’t sleep well.Christ: You ‘d better go to see the dentist right away.Daniel: I think you’re right. Lisa: I’m going to take a bus to Bangkok but the ticket is already sold out. Mark: Why don’t you catch a plane instead? It’s faster . Lisa: I suppose I ought to.