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L5T1H - Everyday expressions
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to use some everyday expressions in conversatons.
Task One: Watch the video and practise saying the words.
Task Two: Write the correct word or words under each picture.
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Task Three: This is Joe and Cherry. They have been friends for many years, but they haven't seen each other for a few months. Today they are meeting in a cafe to share their news. We're going to listen to their conversation.
Task Four: Listen to Joe and Cherry's conversation.
Task Five: Choose the best answers to the questions.
1. Does Cherry want Joe to sit with her?
Clear selection
2. When was Cherry's driving test?
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3. Is Joe surprised that Cherry passed her driving test?
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4. What does Cherry want to eat?
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5. Who pays for Cherry's food?
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Task Six: Listen and repeat the key phrases.
Task Seven: Choose the best words to complete the conversation between Cherry and Joe from the video.
Joe: Hi Cherry!
Cherry: Oh, hi Joe. How's it (1)_____?
Joe: Pretty good, thanks. Do you mind if I (2)_____ you?
Cherry: No, (3)_____ at all.
Joe: Thanks. So, what’s new?
Cherry: Well, I passed my driving test last week.
Joe: (4)_____! I knew you'd pass. You're a really good driver.
Cherry: Oh, it’s (5)_____ of you to say so.
Joe: I'm going to order some food. Can I (6)_____ you anything?
Cherry: Would you (7)_____ getting me an ice cream sundae?
Joe: No, of (8)_____ not. What flavour would you like?
Cherry: Chocolate, please.
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Task Eight: Watch the video and answer the questions and comments.
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