Presentation on theme: "Unit 1. Part A 1. Emma and Dylan are talking about __________. A. the weather B. the party C. the apartment 2. Emma and Jay are ______. A. meeting for."— Presentation transcript:
Part A 1. Emma and Dylan are talking about __________. A. the weather B. the party C. the apartment 2. Emma and Jay are ______. A. meeting for the first time B. school friends C. neighbors VideoTranscript
Part B 1. What does Jay say to greet Emma? A. Hey, how's it going? B. Hello. C. What's up? 2. What does Emma say to introduce herself? A. Hi, I'm Emma. B. It's a nice place, isn't it? C. Emma. Nice to meet you. VideoTranscript
Heath is talking to three people he meets during the day. Part B beautiful hurry fun delicious sounds later out way good Audioscript
Part C Listen again to Heath's conversations with the three people he meets. We know the weather is fine because Heath says it’s __________________. Heath is in a hurry because it’s _____________. Heath is looking forward to _______________. Heath is going to _________ a new place to eat. Heath thinks the sandwich specials_____________. Heath’s friend tells him to ___________. Heath says he is __________________. Heath is out __________. Heath always walks ___________________. a beautiful day a busy week the weekend check out sound good take care on his way home at night through the park Audioscript
Part A What would you say to start a conversation in these situations? 1 A. Are you having fun? B. Busy today, isn’t it? C. How long have you been waiting? 2 A. Great party, isn’t it? B. How long have you been waiting? C. How about this weather? 3 A. Nice place, isn’t it? B. Are you having a good time? C. Too bad it started raining.
Part A What would you say to start a conversation in these situations? 4 A. Are you having fun? B. Too bad it started raining. C. The food is delicious. 5 A. How long have you been waiting? B. Too bad it started raining. C. Nice place, isn’t it? 6 A. How long have you been waiting? B. Great party, isn’t it? C. Too bad it started raining.
Nice place, isn’t it? Great party, isn’t it? The music sounds great, doesn’t it? The food smells good, doesn’t it? Busy, isn’t it? The food is delicious, isn’t it? Read the sentences to your partner. Part B
1. You might say _____________________ to a waiter or waitress. 2. You could say _________________________ to the person cutting your hair. 3. You could start a conversation at a party by asking _____________________ 4. People often say things like ______________________ when they meet new people in their neighborhood. Listen to a short talk. Part C Busy today, isn’t it? How about this weather? Are you having fun? Do you live near here? Audioscript
the weekend the weather a busy day the season 1 23 4 Audioscript
work Gotspecial suremind timeyear this weather wants Looking forward Busy today How about Audioscript
hey Speakers often use hey to get someone's attention. In informal conversation, Hey, how’s it going? has the same meaning as Hello.
just Just is an adverb with several meanings. When Heath says "I'm just on my way home," he means that he is only on his way home and not out for walk. So in this case, just means only or at this moment.