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EXPRESSIONS. MAKING AN APPOINMENT I’d like to make an appointment with Dr. Jones. I want to make an appointment to see Dr. Jones I’d like to make an appointment to see Dr. Jones I’d like to come and see Andi. Can I come and see you?. ACCEPTING AN APPOINTMENT. All right, see you there .
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EXPRESSIONS • MAKING AN APPOINMENT • I’d like to make an appointment with Dr. Jones. • I want to make an appointment to see Dr. Jones • I’d like to make an appointment to see Dr. Jones • I’d like to come and see Andi. • Can I come and see you?
ACCEPTING AN APPOINTMENT • All right, see you there. • No problem. I’m free on Friday. • Be there on time. • I’ll wait for you there. • It’s a deal.
CANCELLING AN APPOINTMENT • I’M SORRY. I’M VERY BUSY. • I’M TERRIBLE SORRY I HAVE TO PUT MY APPOINTMENT. • I’M AFRAID I HAVE TO POSTPONE MY APPOINTMENT WITH DR. JONES TOMORROW MORNING.
CHANGING AN APPOINMENT • What about Thursday at 4 pm? • Is that OK, if we meet at 10 tomorrow morning? • Do you have another time this afternoon? • Could we change the day (time) of the meeting? • Would you mind if we change the day (time) of the meeting?
PERFORM THE DIALOGS WITH YOUR PARTNER After school Rosa :Vita, I have a serious problem. I need to talk to you. Could we meet today? Vita : What time? Rosa :After we have a course. Vita :O.K. I'll be there. Vita : Hello, Dad. Could you pick me up at 5? Mr. Candra :Vita, I'm sorry. Perhaps I can't pick you up on time. I will have a meeting. Maybe 5.15 or 5.30. Wait until I come, right. Vita :O.K. Dad. Thank you.
GIVING INSTRUCTIONS • Open your book. • Close your book. • Don't open the window. • Be quiet, will you? • Move the chair here. • Open the door, please. • Don't do that. • Sit down, will you? • Draw a circle.
Perform the dialogs with your friend. A. • Vita :Rosa, come here, please. • Rosa :O.K. What's up? • Vita :Help me move the box, please. • Rosa :Sure. B. • Vita :O.K., now...let's do the task. • Putri :O.K. Let's do it. • Vita :Sit down here, please. • Putri :Thank you. • Vita :Read the text and underline the noun phrases. • Putri :Sure. And then? • Vita :Then we match them with the pictures. • Putri :O. K. I got it.
Look at the following expressions.Certain verbs go together with certain nouns. • Collocation is the relationship between two words or group of words that often go together and form a common expression. Examples: • 1. break the ice • 2. miss an appointment
Here are some other examples: Verbs Nouns • beat the egg • boil the water • stir the soup • mix the butter and flour • slice the garlic • peel the potatoes
1.slice 2.pass 3.pour 4.sprinkle 5.fry 6.mixe 7.stir 8.melt the ketchup the salt the flour the chicken the meat the mixture the butter the egg and lemon juice Match the verbs and nouns to make collocations.
Make sentences using collocations above Example: Mother sliced the meat into thin slices. Your sentences: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.