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Personal Information In this unit, you will learn: ◊ to use the verb 'to be' ◊ to greet people ◊ to say your name and others' ◊ to say your phone number and e-mail address ◊ to use everyday expressions

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Part 1 - Greeting people

Susie: Good morning, Alfred. How are you? Alfred: Morning! How are you Susie? Susie: I'm ďŹ ne, thanks.

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A. Listen to your teacher. Repeat each line of the conversation above. Then practice the conversations. B. Can you complete the conversations below? Practice them with a partner. Use your own names.

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1. A: B: A:

Hello, there! _________________________? Hi, Glad to meet you. ________________________, too.

2. A: B: A:

Hi, Jenny. How ______ you ______________? I'm _____________, thanks. How is it _________? I'm OK, thanks.

Language Note 1 Ways to say 'How are you?' How are you doing? How is it going? How are things? What's up? (I'm) doing ďŹ ne. Going well, thanks. I'm OK. And you?


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A. Listen to your teacher. Then practice the conversations in pairs.

Katie: Dad:

Bye, dad. See you later. Bye, Katie. See you soon. Take care!

Mom: Good-bye, dear. Dad: Bye. Have a nice day! Mom: The same! Have a great day!

B. Write four expression for saying hello and good-bye. Then compare with a partner.

Hello

Now, watch a video on: * greetings * saying hello and goodbye

Good-bye

Language Note 2 Ways to say 'good-bye' Bye. Bye-bye. Good-bye. Take care! Watch your step! See you. See you later. See you tomorrow. 7

Octopus English - Unit 1 sample  

Sample of the first unit

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