Дидактический материал для практических занятий по английскому языку, страница 8

Mary: Hallo, Stephen.

Stephen: Hallo. Having a good time?

Mary: Yes, it's the best party I've been to for ages.

II. Discuss the following questions:

1. Does the age of the person you are talking to have anything to \o with the forms of greetings and introductions? 2. What do you hink different forms of introduction reflect? The degree of formality? fhe degree of politeness? Friendliness? 3. What are the most common brms of greetings and introduction in Russian? 4. What forms do you >refer to use and why?

Ш. Choose the best answer:

1. When you are introduced to someone hi a formal situation
you say:

a) Hallo; b) How do you do? c) Pleased to meet you.

2. When someone says "How do you do?"you reply:
a) The same to you; b) Very well; c) How do you do?

3. If you don't know whether it's necessary to introduce two people, it is tiest to ask one of them:

a) Are you acquainted? b) Do you know Mr. Brent? c) Have you met Mr. Brent?

IV. What can you say in the following situations?

1. A man, Mr. Brown, introduces himself to you. You answer the

2.  You introduce yourself to your new neighbor.

3.  You introduce your friend to a visiting lecturer Mr. Brown. Mr.
Brown answers the introduction.

4.  At the official1 reception of the committee you are introduced by
a friend of yours to the British students who are visiting this country.

5.  Introduce yourself to a business partner you have never met be­

6.  You are meeting a group of tourists. How would you introduce

          7.        Introduce your wife (husband, brother, father, mother) to your

Unit 4. Parting

It's quite normztl when you are visiting your friends to let them know some time before you leave that you're going'tp do so: I should really be going now or I really ought Jo be making a move and then some time when you are really going -1 realty must/have to go now. It's also used to say why you are leaving: