SPEAKING

DAILY ENGLISH EXPRESSIONS 3

Common Signs Entrance. Exit. No entry. No smoking. Danger. Stop! Emergencies Help! Police! Where is/are the police? Stop! Go away! Leave me alone! Look out! Come here. Would you please come here? Can you help me? What happened? What’s wrong? My wallet has been stolen. I have lost my passport and my wallet. I am […]

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DIALOGUE / PHONE STORE

Clerk: Hello sir(madam) welcome to Turkcell. How may I help you? Guest: Yes, I’m interested in buying a phone. Clerk: Sure, follow me. Clerk: Ok, here are our phones. This is the newest phone that just came out. It has the latest technology. A camera, video recorder, touch screen, it has everything anybody could possibly

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CONVERSATION PRACTICES 2

1. Make an Appointment In hospital Jake: I would like to see Dr.Brown, please ? Receptionist: Just a second, let me see. The first appointment will be Ok at 4.00 pm on Tuesday. Jake: I am afraid Tuesday is not good for me. What about Wednesday ? Receptionist: 2.00 pm on Wednesday ? Jake: Yes,

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HEALTH PROBLEMS 2

How to Describe Health Problems Let’s start by recalling some health problems: I have ………….. (This indicates that you have the mentioned illness.) For example: My stomach hurts. Actions to Take: What do you usually do when you have one of the problems above? Dialogue: Mike: Ian, I am not feeling well today. Ian: What’s

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PAST TENSE AND DIALOGUES

Past Tense Dialogues Dialogue 1 A: Hi? B: Hello. It’s Diana. I called you last night, but you weren’t at home. A: Yes, because I was at the cinema. B: Oh, really? What did you see? A: Inception. B: Was it good? A: Yes, it’s really a nice movie. The story and the acting were

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SPEAKING IN A RESTAURANT

Restaurant Types: Which one do you usually go to? I usually go to local restaurants. Common Words in Restaurants: Recommend, Service, Menu, Bill, Main course, Starter (appetizer in American English), Salad, Soup, Dessert, Steak, Beef, Chicken, Soft drink, Fizzy drink, Mineral water, Juice Describing Food in a Restaurant: Tender, A bit too salty, Excellent, Really

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SHOPS SPEAKING

What Would You Hear in the Shops? Let’s practice the names of the shops: Here are some common phrases you might hear in these shops: Clothes Shop:Do you have this in a small size? Bakery:They are fresh from our oven. Butcher’s:A kilo of lamb meat, please. Post Office:We need to send this letter to the

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