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level 2-1.6 Role playing

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on 7 March 2014

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Transcript of level 2-1.6 Role playing

This is a very special verb. It Never changes when it´s conjugated in present!
To act out or assume a particular role
Scene 1
Scene 2
Meeting someone at the hotel bar
Verb Can
Where do you want to go?
Different ways to use ¨get¨
For this class we will be doing some role playing exercises. Try to practice the dialogues with a partner, if this isn't possible, act out both roles yourself switching characters.
Good luck!
Making movie reservations
RECEPTIONIST: Good, afternoon. Cineplex. This is Caroline speaking. How may I help you?
MARIA: Hi. I would like to make a movie reservation for two people for the movie Man of Steel. at 8:00 pm.
RECEPTIONIST: Can I get your names please?
MARIA: Yes. Maria Smith and Max Channing.
RECEPTIONIST: I have seats E14 and E15 available. They are in the middle of the theater. Is that OK for you?
MARIA: Yes, those are fine.
How much are the tickets?
RECEPTIONIST: Tickets are 8 dollars each. So your total would be 16 dollars.
RECEPTIONIST: Please arrive 30 minutes before the movie. Is there anything else I can help you with today?
MARIA: That is all for now. Thank you very much. Bye-bye.
RECEPTIONIST: Have a nice day. Bye.
Great job !
JOSH: Hi, are you waiting for someone?
SAMANTHA: Yes, I´m waiting for my friend. I guess he is running late.
SAMANTHA: My name is Samantha.
20 minutes later...
JOSH: My name is Josh. What´s your name?
JOSH: Nice to meet you Samantha. Can I buy you a drink?
SAMANTHA: I guess our friends aren´t coming.
JOSH: That´s ok. It was nice meeting you instead.
Very good!
Indicates - possibility or ability.
Can you please close the door?
I can play the piano
He can play the piano
I want to get in the...
I want to get out of the...
Where do you want to go?
Different ways to use ¨get¨
I want to get on the...
I want to get off the...
The end
What can you do? / What can´t you do?
For negative statements we use can´t
I can´t play the piano
Pronunciation is really important
I can go on vacation.
She can visit her family.
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