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English 4 UNIT 2 MAKE, REFUSE AND ACCEPT INVITATIONS “Language: Invitations” E.T.E. Karim Juárez Cortés Idea original y Diseño.

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1 English 4 UNIT 2 MAKE, REFUSE AND ACCEPT INVITATIONS “Language: Invitations” E.T.E. Karim Juárez Cortés Idea original y Diseño

2 Invitations

3 Formal  I was wondering if you'd like to come to dinner on Wednesday evening.  Would you be interested in coming to the cinema with me tonight?  How do you fancy going out for a meal at the weekend?  Do you fancy coming to the cinema tonight? Informal:  What are you doing next Saturday?  Would you like to come?  Are you free next Thursday?  Are you doing anything next weekend?  Would you like?  Let’s…  Shall we go?  What/How about dinner tonight? MAKING INVITATIONS Instructions: Read the next phrases that you can use to make an invitation.

4  Would you be interested in + ( verb -ING) Would you be interested in coming …. Would you be interested in going …. Would you be interested in reading …  Would you like + ( verb in infinitive)  Would you like to go …  Would you like to watch …  Would you like to drink …  Let’s + ( verb - base form)  Let’s go …  Let’s see..  Let’s dance … 

5 Formal  I'd love to, thanks.  That's very kind of you, thanks.  That sounds lovely, thanks.  What a great idea, thanks.  Thanks for your invitation. I'd be delighted to.  Thank you. I'd love to. Informal:  Yes, thanks. That would be great/wonderful.  Sounds great/like fun.  OK/All right.  Sure! ACCEPT AN INVITATION Instructions: Read the next phrases that you can use to make an invitation.

6 FORMAL  That's very kind of you, but actually I'm doing something else on Saturday.  I'm awfully/terribly sorry. I have other plans for that night.  I'd really like to, but I have an appointment that day.  Well, I'd love to, but I'm already going out to the cinema.  I'm really sorry, but I've got something else on. INFORMAL  I’d love to, but I can’t …  I´m afraid…  Sorry I can´t  Thanks for asking, but I'm afraid I'm busy.  I can't. I've got a lot of work to do.  Sorry. I'm already tied up. REFUSE AN INVITATION Instructions: Read the next phrases that you can use to refuse an invitation.

7 REFERENCES Bibliography:  C. RICHARDS Jack, ( 1997), “ New Interchange 2 ” Cambridge University Press, p 80 -85  EVANS Virginia and DOOLEY Jenny, ( 2000), “ Enterprise 2 ”, Express Publishing. USA  Evans Virginia, y Dooley Jenny (2000): Enterprise 1 Grammar Book. USA, Express Publishing  Evans Virginia y Dooley Jenny ( 2005): Upstream Beginner A1+. USA, Express Publishing.  STEMPLESKI Susan, DOUGLAS Nancy and R. MORGAN James, (2005) “World Link 1 Developing English Fluency”, USA: Thomson Learning.


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