Presentation on theme: "SAYING THANK YOU, SORRY, PLEASE AND EXCUSE ME Thank you is given to other people which have done you some favour or give you a help. 'Thank you for."— Presentation transcript:
Thank you is given to other people which have done you some favour or give you a help. 'Thank you for lending me your pen' 'Thank you for buying me this snack' 'Thank you for riding me to home‘ Pronunciation of thank you
Sorry is given to other people when you have done some mistakes to them. 'I am sorry for breaking your bicycle' 'I am sorry I can't help you' 'I am sorry sir, I come late‘ Pronunciation of sorry
Please is given to other people when you ask them to do somethings. 'Sit down, please.' 'Could you please tell me where this address please?’ 'Please lend me your money‘ Pronunciation of please
Excuse me is given to other people when you want to interrupt them 'Excuse me, may I join this class?' 'Excuse me, may ask you something?' 'Excuse me, may I go to the bathroom?' Pronunciation of excuse me
Anna: 'Excuse me sir, do you know where the post office is? Belle: 'Yes, I do.' Anna: 'Could you please tell me how I can get there?' Belle: 'Turn left in that traffic lamp, and then turn right in the next traffic lamp. and you'll find the post office'
Anna: 'I am sorry I cant remember it, could you refresh your explanation once more?' Belle: 'All right, turn left in that traffic lamp, and then turn right in the next traffic lamp. and you'll find the post office. the building in red' Anna: 'Well. Thank you very much, sir' Belle: 'You're welcome, son. Be careful!
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Make a group of two Make a simple conversation relating to expression of saying thank you, sorry, please and excuse me You have to submit it in the next meeting Perform it in front of the class