1. help you with English grammar; 2. lend you a dollar; 3. show you the way to the nearest self-service cafe; 4. stay with the children;
5. help you with the shopping. 6.
meet your friend at the airport;
7. return the book he/she borrowed.
are Managing Director of Brown and Company. Ask
your secretary to do a favor for you:
1. bring the new mail; 2. buy some envelopes; 3. ty»e the letter for you; 4. bring a cup of coffee. 5. give somebody a message from you;
6. check some information; 7. make an appointment with the business
partner; 8. read something and give your opinion; 9. remind you about the seminar; 10. receive a foreign delegation.
III.Supply the missing request:
-"...." - "Here you are."
-"...."-"All right. (1 will.)"
- " ...." - "Most willingly"
-"... ."-"O'K. I won't."
IV. Reply immediately to
the following requests. Say why you
want things done for you.
1. Could you spare me a moment? 2. Will you strike out my name (from the list)? 3. Will you give me a word of advice? 4. Would you be so kind as to let me know when the chief engineer shows up? 5. Could you give me a form to fill in? 6. Give me the telephone directory, will > u? 7. Let me have a look at your equipment. Where is it?
V. Make up short conversations in the following situations with varying degrees of politeness:
1.You've borrowed a disc from a friend a month ago, and now he is ask ing you to return it.
driving your friends home. You are a bit tired and your
friends are annoying you with their singing. What will you say?
3.You've been ill for a week and want to catch up the work
you've missed. Ask one of your colleagues to give you some help.
4.4. A visitor comes to your office and asks to see your boss, but he's out. Ask the visitor to come back later.
5. You want your fellow-student to find out from someone:
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