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Lesson

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Dialogue Vocabulary Grammar Writing Excercices

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Informal
Conversation
○ Anna: Tom, what's up?
Tom: Hi Anna. Nothing much. I'm just
hanging out. What's up with you?
Anna: It's a good day. I'm feeling fine.
Tom: How is your sister?
Anna: Oh, fine. Not much has changed.
Tom: Well, I have to go. Nice seeing you!
Anna: Later!

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Formal Conversation
○ John: Good morning.
Alan: Good morning. How are you?
John: I'm very well thank you. And you?
Alan: I'm fine. Thank you for asking.
John: Do you have a meeting this
morning?
Alan: Yes, I do. Do you have a meeting
as well?
John: Yes. Well. It was a pleasure seeing
you.
Alan: Goodbye. 4
Formal Greetings:
Arriving
○ Good morning / afternoon / evening.
○ Hello (name), how are you?
○ Good day Sir / Madam (very formal)
○ Respond to a formal greeting with another formal
greeting.
○ Good morning Mr. Smith.
○ Hello Ms. Anderson. How are you today?

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Informal Greetings:
Arriving
○ Hi / Hello
○ How are you?
○ How are you doing?
○ What's up? (very informal)

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Formal Greetings:
Departing
○ Use these greetings when you say
goodbye at the end of the day.
These greetings are appropriate for
work and other formal situations.
○ Good morning / afternoon / evening.
○ It was a pleasure seeing you.
○ Goodbye.
○ Goodnight. (Note: Use after 8 p.m.)
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Informal Greetings:
Departing
○ Nice seeing you!
○ Goodbye / Bye
○ See you later
○ Later (very informal)

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Personal Pronouns
Subject Object
I me
You you
He him
It it
She her
We us
You you
They them 9
We use
subject I like your dress.
You are late.

pronouns He is my friend.
It is raining.

as the
She is on holiday.
We live in England.
They come from
subject of a London.

verb
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Be careful!
English clauses always have a subject.
His father has just retired. > He was a teacher. (NOT Was a teacher.)
I'm waiting for my wife. > She is late. (NOT Is late.)

The imperative, which is used for orders, invitations and requests, is an


exception:
Stop!
Go away.
Please come to dinner tomorrow.
Play it again, please.
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We use
object
Can you help me,
please?
I can see you.
pronouns She doesn't like him.
I saw her in town

as the today.
We saw them in

object of a town yesterday, but


they didn't see us.

verb
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And after
prepositions: She is waiting for me.
I'll get it for you.
Give it to him.
Why are you looking
at her?
Don't take it from us.
I'll speak to them.

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Any questions?
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