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A Conversation Book 2: English in Everyday Life by Tina Kasloff Carver, Sandra Douglas Fotinos

By Tina Kasloff Carver, Sandra Douglas Fotinos

provides an inviting method of constructing dialog fluency. This ebook provides photo dictionary-type pages, in addition to dialog and grammar perform, that supply scholars with the vocabulary and talking talents they wish for daily life. For intermediate ESL inexperienced persons.

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Guess what the situation is. 1. You are watching a movie, and the person sitting next to you is talking to a friend. You cannot hear the movie. 2. You are on a crowded train, and your stop is next. You need to get to the door before it closes. 3. You are waiting in line at the bank during your lunch hour. Someone cuts in line in front of you. 4. A salesperson calls your home during dinner time. This is the third call from the same company this evening. Group Role Play In groups of four, choose one of the situations above.

Add more words. 1. What do these people like to eat and drink? 2. What are they talking about? 3. Which foods are spicy? sour? sweet? salty? 26 4. Which foods are crunchy? crisp? smooth? juicy? 5. Which foods are filling? light? rich? 6. Which foods look appetizing to you? Why? e See Conversation Springboards on page 204. Group Vocabulary Challenge In groups of four, list all the foods you know. • Work fast! • Which group has the longest list? • Make a class list on the board. Partner Interview Partner's Name __________ Ask a partner these questions.

Discuss these questions. • Compare cultures when possible. • Report the results of your discussion to the class. 1. How do you say "congratulations" in your language? Teach your group to say it. 2. On what special occasions do people congratulate each other in your culture? 3. On what occasions do people give presents to each other in your culture? What do they give? 11 ........... \ / 1. apologize 9. I'm sorry. 17. Pardon me. 2. Are you all right? 10. I'm sorry I'm late. 18. push 3. Are you OK?

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