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Conversations 4

  1. 1. By Anna.English.Teacher.2010 <br />Conversations 4<br />anna-english-teacher <br />http://anna-english-teacher.webs.com/<br />
  2. 2. Learning Objectives<br />To know the different types of communication equipment<br />To know different language for making calls<br />To know which different services are available when calling <br />
  3. 3. Opinions<br />Asking for Opinions<br />What do you think?<br />What's your opinion?<br />What are your ideas?<br />Do you have any thoughts on that?<br />How do you feel about that?<br />Giving Opinions<br />I think we should get a new car.<br />I don't think we need one.<br />I believe (that) smoking should be outlawed.<br />I don't believe (that) it should be illegal.<br />In my opinion, Gone with the Breeze is the best movie ever made.<br />I feel that it's the right thing to do.<br />I don't feel that it's such a good idea.<br />
  4. 4. Agreeing and Disagreeing<br />Agreeing<br />I agree.<br />So do I.<br />Me too.<br />Me neither.<br />I don't either.<br />(Agreeing about a negative idea.)<br />(Agreeing about a negative idea.)<br />You're right.<br />That's right.<br />Good idea.<br />I think that's a good idea.<br />Disagreeing<br />I disagree.<br />I don't think so.<br />(No.) That's not right.<br />Yes, but...<br />(I'm sorry, but) I don't agree.<br />
  5. 5. Asking for Details? <br />Wh- Questions can be used to ask for more information:<br />What did you do over the weekend?<br />Where did you go for Spring Break?<br />How was your trip?<br />When did you get back?<br />What kind of things did you see?<br />Who did you go with?<br />How many people were there?<br />Whose car did you drive?<br />When asking for details about a particular item you are considering buying, you can say<br />Could you give me some information about this computer?<br />Can you give me more details about that CD player?<br />Could you tell me about this bookcase?<br />What can you tell me about these blenders?<br />
  6. 6. Asking Permission<br />Modals are commonly used for asking permission<br />Can I ask you a question?<br />May I have a piece of cake?<br />Could I get you to turn off the lights<br />Some other common phrases are<br />Do you mind if I smoke?<br />Would you mind if I asked you something?<br />Is it okay if I sit here?<br />Would it be all right if I borrowed your lawn mower?<br />Giving Permission<br />Sure.<br />Go ahead.<br />No problem.<br />
  7. 7. Asking for and Giving Advice <br />Asking for Advice<br />What do you think I should do?<br />What do you suggest?<br />What would you do (in this situation)?<br />Giving Advice<br />I think you should get a lawyer.<br />Maybe you should try someplace else.<br />Why don't you call the company?<br />If I were you, I would tell her.<br />
  8. 8. Speaking Hypothetically <br />What would you do if . . .<br />Suppose . . .<br />Imagine . . .<br />Present Hypothetical<br />If I were rich, I would buy a bigger house.<br />If I had a bigger house, I would invite my friends over.<br />Past Hypothetical<br />If Jack had been there, he could have prevented the incident.<br />If I had seen that movie, I would have cried.<br />Formal Hypothetical<br />Should you have any questions, feel free to contact me.<br />Had I been there, I might have been able to help.<br />
  9. 9. Contacting Anna-English-Teacher <br />I offer reasonable priced Private English Lessons via Skype .<br />Please feel free to contact me to arrange for a free trial lesson.<br />Please visit http://anna-english-teacher.webs.com and fill in the form. <br />You can also contact me via <br /> anna.english.teacher.2010@gmail.com<br />anna-english-teacher<br />

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