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Unit 2 : SCHOOL TALKS LESSON:SPEAKING. List some sentences to start and close the conversation. Task 1. These expressions are commonly used when people are chatting. Place them under the appropriate heading (starting the conversation or closing a conversation). Then practise with a partner.

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Task 1. These expressions are commonly used when people are chatting. Place them under the appropriate heading (starting the conversation or closing a conversation). Then practise with a partner.

  • Good morning./ Hi.
  • Sorry, I’ve got to go. Talk to you later.
  • Well, it’s been nice meeting you.
  • How’s everything at school?
  • Goodbye. See you later
  • Great. I’ll see you tomorrow.
  • Hello. How are you?
  • Hello. What are you doing?
  • Catch you later.
  • Hi. How is school?
answers for task 1
Starting a conversation

Good morning./ Hi.

Hello. How are you?

Hello. What are you doing?

Hi. How is school?

Closing a conversation

Sorry, I’ve got to go. Talk to you later.

Well, it’s been nice meeting you.

Goodbye. See you later

Great. I’ll see you tomorrow.

Catch you later.

Answers for task 1
task 2 rearrange the following sentences to make a conversation and then practise it with a partner
Task 2. Rearrange the following sentences to make a conversation and then practise it with a partner.
  • Bye. See you later.
  • What did you do?
  • Where are you going now?
  • Hi, Minh. Did you have a nice weekend?
  • Oh, I stayed at home and did my homework. Nothing special.
  • Hello, Quan. Yes, I did. It’s great.
  • I’m going to the library to borrow some books. Sorry, I’ve got to go. Talk to you later.
  • I went to Lan’s birthday party. The food was good and the people were interesting. What did you do, Quan?
answers for task 2
Answers for task 2

1. D. Hi, Minh. Did you have a nice weekend?

2. F. Hello, Quan. Yes, I did. It’s great.

3. B. What did you do?

4. H. I went to Lan’s birthday party. The food was good and the people were interesting. What did you do, Quan?

5. E. Oh, I stayed at home and did my homework. Nothing special.

6. C. Where are you going now?

7. G. I’m going to the library to borrow some books. Sorry, I’ve got to go. Talk to you later.

8. A. Bye. See you later.

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Task 3. Complete the following conversation with suitable words, phrases or sentences in the box and then practise it with a partner.

what’s the matter with you (1)

awful/ tired/ sick/cold (2)

a headache/ a cold/ backache/ toothache (3)

you should/ you’d better go home and have a rest (4)

A: Hello, Hoa. You don’t look very happy. ________?

B: Hi, Nam. I feel ______. I’ve got ________.

A: Sorry to hear that. ___________.

B: Yes. That’s a great idea. Goodbye, Nam.

A: See you later.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

task 4 make small talks on the following topics using the starting and ending of a conversation
Task 4: make small talks on the following topics , using the starting and ending of a conversation

- The weather

  • Last night’s TV programs
  • Football
  • Plans for the next weekend
model text
Model text
  • A: Hi. How are you?.
  • B. I’m fine. Thank you. Did you watch football match last night?
  • A: No, I did not. I had to finish my homework .Is there anything interesting?
  • B:yes. Ronaldo play very well and score a goal.
  • A: Oh, it’s a pity!.
  • B:You can be able to watch the repeated broadcast at 7a.m
  • A:That’s a good idea. I got to go now. See you later.
  • B: Bye.
home work
Home work

Writing a conversation about 100 words.