Teacher: Mgr. Alena Chaloupková Class: 9 Date : 7 March 2013 Subject: English Topic: Requests, invitation, suggestion. Key words: Conversation everyday expression. Type of interactivity: Interactive board and worksheets. This exercise can be used for practice of everyday talking with the aim to strengthen pupils‘ communication competence. Requests, invitations, suggestions.
Complete the conversations. Choose the best answer(a, b or c). 1 Could I borrow your textbook? A Yes, go up. B Yes, I am sure. C Yes, help yourself. _______________________________________________________________________________ 2 Have a nice weekend. A I think so. B Thank you, I will. C Yes, a lot. _______________________________________________________________________________ 3 Could you pass me the sugar? A Yes, sure. B I have much. C It is going. _______________________________________________________________________________ 4 Would you mind if I left school? A No, go away. B Yes, no problem. C Oh, I can‘t do it. _______________________________________________________________________________ 5 Would you like to go to the cinema? A I am sorry I can‘t. B It is too far. C What a pity!
Complete the conversations. Choose the best answer(a, b or c). 6 Where shall we go this afternoon? A The cinema is quite far from here. B I don‘t like films. C Let‘s go to the cinema. _______________________________________________________________________________ 7 Which of the girls is your sister? A She says I am OK. B Yes, she is, isn‘t she? C That one over there. _______________________________________________________________________________ 8 What about going to the sports centre? A OK, that‘s a good idea. B Yes, you do. C I am sorry about that. _______________________________________________________________________________ 9 Why don‘t we try the new fast food restaurant? A It is the same for me. B I don‘t mind. C Of course you can. _______________________________________________________________________________ 10I am sorry I‘m late. A I‘ll clear it up. B Sorry to keep you waiting. C That‘s OK. Don‘t worry.
Key: 1C 2B 3A 4B 5A 6C 7C 8A 9B 10C
Literature: Stuart Redman: English Vocabulary in Use, Cambridge University Press, 2001, ISBN Inspired by Key English Test 5, Cambridge University Press, 2010, ISBN