Total Conversation Program
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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.
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?
2. When was Cherry's driving test?
3. Is Joe surprised that Cherry passed her driving test?
Yes, he is.
No, he isn't.
He doesn't know.
4. What does Cherry want to eat?
An ice cream sundae
5. Who pays for Cherry's food?
They share the bill.
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.
Just a moment
Task Eight: Watch the video and answer the questions and comments.
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