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Unit 5 - How You Come Across (pg 54)

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on 13 February 2017

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Unit 5 - How You Come Across (pg 54)
Asking people to do things
Asking people to do things
Asking people to do things
Let's talk
What is one of your favorite TV shows?
Why do you like it?
When is it on?
Do your friends like it, too?
Do you like ___? (Insert the name of a TV show.)
Do you think it is good for children to watch TV?
Do you think there is too much violence on TV?
If you could design a new television show to boost ratings, what kind of show would it be?
What kind of TV shows do you not like? Why?
Heads Up!
Would you mind giving us oil?
We would be willing to pay you, of course.
I hope you don't mind me insisting on this, but I do need your help.
If you haven't already done so, could you please return my book?
I request your help.
Could you give us an answer at the earliest opportunity?
Cheers!
We could meet later if you are up for it.
Could you help me out?
as soon as possible (asap)
I'd like you to do this for me because I have no time to do it myself.
How often do you ask people for favors (like lending you some money or helping you with a school paper)?
Have you ever had to ask people you've never talked before to do something?
Have you ever refused to do something for a friend or a family member? Why?
Do you have any strategies whenever you're asking someone for something (like when you're asking your father something)?
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