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  1. Nice to Meet You!

  2. I know that someone is speaking formally or informally because of • ______ the tone of the person’s voice. • ______ the speed of the person’s voice. • ______ the language the person uses.

  3. Their speech: formal or informal?

  4. Tony, I’d like you to meet Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith, this is my friend Tony. It’s pleasure to meet you, Mr. Smith. Nice to meet you, Tony.

  5. Excuse us, … . Very nice meeting you, Prof. Smith. Hey, same here. Have fun!

  6. Formal or Informal? • ______ speaking with a boss or manager at work • ______ talking to your brothers and sisters • ______ talking to your teacher for the first time • ______ speaking to an older adult • ______ speaking to classmates • ______ meeting someone for the first time F I F F I Depends

  7. Formal and Informal Introductions Listening 1

  8. Questions • What is the situation in each conversation? • What’s the relationship between/among the speakers in the conversations?

  9. 1 Informal Sam Susan

  10. 2 Formal Mr. Page

  11. Anuschka Neuwald 3 Formal John Walker

  12. 4 Guy Informal Paula

  13. 5 Mr. McCabe Formal Jorge Silva a consoler

  14. I know that someone is speaking formally or informally because of • ______ the tone of the person’s voice. • ______ the speed of the person’s voice. • ______ the language the person uses. 

  15. Formal Longer sentences Use of titles (Mr./Mrs./Ms./Prof./Doctor…) Formal words and phrases Informal Reduced sentence length Lack of titles Simpler language Characteristics of Language

  16. Formal and Informal Dialogues Listening 2: Whose speech is not appropriate?

  17. Informal At a Party Hey, George! This is Sal, my brother. It is certainly a pleasure to meet you, Sal. Nice to meet you. ______ Mark:  ______ George: ______ Sal:

  18. I’m Mr. John Macy, your grammar teacher. Yo, what’s up, Teach? Formal In the Classroom ______ Mr. Macy:  ______ Mike:

  19. Hello, Victor. I’d like you to meet a new classmate. This is Karen. Hey, Karen. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Informal In the Cafeteria  ______ Stephanie: ______ Victor: ______ Karen:

  20. Patrick, this is my mother, Mrs. Doris Bluefield. Hey, Doris. How’s it goin’? Welcome to our home, Patrick. Formal At Home ______ Paul:  ______ Patrick: ______ Mrs. Bluefield:

  21. Formal or Informal Greetings? Listening 3

  22. In the museum • In the supermarket • In the Student Union • At a holiday dinner • At the front door • In a professor’s office Formal Informal

  23. In a museum F Roy:Good evening, Dr. Jensen. Dr. Jensen:Good evening, Roy. Are you here to see the new exhibit? Roy:Yes, I am. I’m looking forward to seeing it.

  24. In a supermarket F Mr. Frank:Hello, Estella. How are you doing? Estella:Oh, hello, Mr. Frank. I’m great. How are you? Mr. Frank:Just fine, thanks.

  25. In the Student Union Infor Jeff:Hey, Lester! What’s happening? Lester:Jeff! Long time no see. What’s up? Jeff: Not much.

  26. At a Holiday Dinner Infor June:Hi, Aunt Elena. Oh, you look great! Aunt Elena:Thanks. You don’t look too bad yourself. Come here and give me a hug!

  27. At the Front Door F Mr. Escobar:Good morning, Ms. Marcel. Here’s your mail. Ms. Marcel:Good morning, Mr. Escobar. Thank you so much.

  28. In a Professor’s Office F Professor Iacco:Hello, Carmen. Carmen:Good afternoon, Professor Iacco. Professor Iacco:Can I help you? Carmen:Yes. I’m having some trouble with the homework.

  29. I know that someone is speaking formally or informally because of • ______ the tone of the person’s voice. • ______ the speed of the person’s voice. • ______ the language the person uses.    Informal speech: reduce sound

  30. How are you doing? How is it going? What is happening? How are you? How have you been? It’s nice to see you. How about you? /How ya doin’?/ /How’zit goin’?/ /What’s happ’nin’?/ /How’r ya?/ /How’v ya been?/ /It’s nice ta see ya./ /How ’bout you?/ How to sound?

  31. How to reply? • How are you? • How are you doing? • How is it going? Fine, thanks. What about yourself? Good. And you?

  32. How to reply? • How have you been? Fine. How have you been?

  33. How to reply? Nothing. What’s up (with you)? • What’s up? • What’s happening?

  34. How to reply? Not much. What about you? What’s new?

  35. See ya!