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Introductions and greetings

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Introductions and greetings

  1. 1. Introductions and Greetings<br />By, Ikhfi Imaniah<br />
  2. 2. In this lecture…<br />EXPECTATIONS:<br />After completing this unit you are expected to be able to introduce yourself and say greetings in real life<br />STANDARD COMPETENCE<br />Understanding and expressing the meaning of functional and interpersonal text in daily life<br />Base Competence<br />Understanding the meaning of transactional and interpersonal text in daily life<br />Indicators<br />Introducing and greetings<br />
  3. 3. FORMAL GREETINGS<br />Note:<br />Do not say Good Day except in Australia<br />Do not say Good Evening when you are leaving. Use Good Night.<br />
  4. 4. INFORMAL GREETINGS<br />
  5. 5. EVERY DAY GREETINGS<br />
  6. 6. What can you say to someone when you meet them for the first time?<br />
  7. 7. Sometimes it's not what but HOW we speak<br />Eye Contact<br />Tone<br />Fluency<br />Volume<br />Speed<br />Stressing Words<br />Body Language<br />Intonation<br />Proper Pronunciation<br />
  8. 8. Adam: Hi. My name’s Adam. What’s your name?Kate: Hi, Adam. My name’s Kate.Adam: So, where are you from, Kate?Kate: I’m from Toronto. How about you?Adam: I’m from San Diego, California..<br />
  9. 9. Intonation<br />Your voice is like a rollercoaster, <br />it goes up and down when you talk.<br />Monotone = no intonation<br />UP ENDING<br /><ul><li>excitement
  10. 10. question
  11. 11. surprise</li></ul>DOWN ENDING<br /><ul><li>fact
  12. 12. statement </li></li></ul><li>Nice to Meet You<br />Adam: Hi. My name’s Adam. What’s your name?<br />Kate: Hi, Adam. My name’s Kate.<br />Adam: So, where are you from, Kate?<br />Kate: I’m from Toronto. <br /> How about you?<br />Adam: I’m from San Diego, California.<br />Now you try it…<br />A: Hi. Myname’s ____. <br />What’s your name?<br />B: Hi, ____. My name’s ____.<br />A: So, where are you from, ____?<br />B: I’m from ______. <br /> How about you?<br />A: I’m from ______,________.<br />
  13. 13. John meets his Boss, Mr. Craig at the office<br />John : Good morning, Mr. Craig. How is life?<br />Mr. Craig : I’m fine, thanks you. How about you John?<br />John : I’m fine too. How is your family?<br />Mr. Craig : They are fine, thank you.<br />John : Nice to hear that.<br />
  14. 14. Statements with “be”<br />Possessive <br />Adjectives<br />my <br />your<br />his<br />her<br />our <br />their<br />is not = isn’t<br />are not = aren’t<br />I’m a student. I am = I’m <br />You’re from Mexico. you are = you’re<br />He’s from Korea. he is = he’s<br />She’s from Canada. she is = she’s<br />We’re students. we are = we’re<br />They’re from the US. they are = they’re<br />I’m not a teacher. I’m a student. <br />He isn’t from China. He’s from the US.<br />They aren’t teachers. They’re students.<br />
  15. 15. Introducing your friend<br />Using the example conversations on page 5, introduce the person sitting beside you to the class. <br />Your name<br />Their name<br />One thing interesting about you and them.<br />hobby, city, favourite food, favourite singer<br />Example:<br />Hi. My name is Min Ho and this is my classmate, June. He is a soccer fan and I love baseball.<br />
  16. 16. Questions with “be”<br />Are you a student?<br />Is he a teacher?<br />Is she an artist?<br />Are you actors?<br />Are they doctors?<br />Who’s that?<br />What’s your name?<br />Where are you from?<br />How are you?<br />How old are you?<br />Yes, I am. No, I’m not.<br />Yes, he is. No, he isn’t.<br />Yes, she is. No, she isn’t.<br />Yes, we are. No, we aren’t.<br />Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.<br />Who is  Who’s<br />What is  What’s<br />
  17. 17. Work in pair and make a dialogue of introducing yourself, then perform in front of the class!<br />
  18. 18. GOODBYE<br />

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