HAVING A GOOD TIME
Listen and repeat.
A: Hi, Sue. Are you ready for the game on Saturday?
B: Yes, who told you about the match?
A: I read about it in the local paper. Well done, Sue.
B: Thank you very much.
A: You’re the best tennis player ever.
B: very kind of you to say that.
Expressions of gratitude
Good morning /evening
How are you?
Fine, thank you.
Hello. My name is …
Nice to meet you.
Let me introduce my friend.
I’ll see you.
See you later
Thanks a lot / a million.
You are welcome.
The same to you.
I appreciate it.
All the best
I hope you have a nice…
Have a happy ….
Practice the following dialogues. Work with a partner.
A: I’m going to Margarita for the weekend.
B: Have a good time.
A: I’m going to a party this evening.
B: Have fun!
A: I’ve finished my studies.
B: I wish you the best.
you very much.
A: I got a new job.
B: I hope it’s interesting. All the best.
Complete the dialogues.
A: I’m going to Jenny’s birthday party tomorrow.
A: Were you invited?
B: Yes, but I’m not going because I’m leaving for Peru
B: I’ll do my best. _________________________
I hope you have lots
of fun – have a great time – thank you.
A: I just finished my studies.
B: Good for you. _______________________________
A: _________________ The bad news is I now have to look for a job.
B: Bad news? Come on! You will find a job anytime. You’ll see.
Very nice of you to say
so. Thank you. – Thank you – Congratulations.
Susan, what are you doing here?
visiting my father. He’s in room 14. He’s been here for 3 days.
B: _____________________________________ The doctor
says he is, but I think he is very sick.
A: Don’t be pessimistic. ________________ Things
will get better.
B: Very kind of you to say that. __________________________________________
A: ______________________________, bye.
Thank you- Cheer up –
All the best – Thank you very much – I hope he’s feeling better.