Presentation on theme: "Social expressions Social expressions are expressions/vocabulary that are used in social situations."— Presentation transcript:
1Social expressionsSocial expressions are expressions/vocabulary that are used in social situations
2ImagineYour friend comes to you and tells you that he got an A+ grade in the exams. What would you say?CongratulationsThank youSee you laterSorry
3Congratulations!You say ‘congratulations’ when you want to express your joy in the other person’s joy or success. A: I’m getting married this summer. B: That’s great news. Congratulations!
4Sorry, Wrong guess! Let’s study some useful social expressions Click here to watch a video on using ‘Excuse me’. Click here to watch a video on ‘common greetings’.
5Let’s study some useful social expressions Click here to watch a video on using ‘Excuse me’. Click here to watch a video on ‘common greetings’.
6SorryYou say ‘sorry’ when you want to express your grief. You say sorry when you say ‘no’ as an answer.A: My uncle passed away last night.B: Oh! I’m sorry to hear that.A: Can I borrow this book?B: I’m sorry, I haven’t finished reading it yet.
7Excuse meYou say ‘excuse me’ to gain attention of the other person/people. Watch this video for more uses of this expression.Click here
8See you laterYou say ‘see you later’ when you are taking leave or saying bye. A: Heyi, I got to go now. B: Ok. See you later.
9Yes, of course/No, of course not. You use ‘of course’ to stress your answer.A: Can I borrow your pen.B: Yes, of course.A: Are you going out tonight?B: No, of course not. I’ve got to study.
10Same to youYou say ‘same to you’ when you want to wish the other person the same thing. A: Our team won the best team award! B: Congratulations! A: Thank you and same to you. B: Let’s party tonight……
11Use the correct expression to fill the gap. A: Mary, I bought a new car. B: Wow! ……………………………CongratulationsThank youSee you laterSorry
18Oops Wrong answer!We say ‘see you later’ when taking leave from someone.Try again
19Oops Wrong answer!You say ‘congratulations’ when you want to express your joy in the other person’s joy or success.Try again
20Oops Wrong answer!We say ‘of course’ to stress on our answer. A: Can I use this pen? B: Yes, of course. A: Thank you.Try again
21Use the correct expression to fill the gap. A: Are you prepared for the IELTS test? B: Kind of…. A: best of luck. B: Thank you and ………………………… I hope we all get good bands.same to youexcuse mecongratulationssee you later