IT and role play

Asking for opinion. Expressing opinion. Making suggestions / offers / invitations. Asking for advice. Accepting advice. Rejecting advice. Agreeing. Disagreeing. Asking for explanation / clarification. Expressing wishes. Expressing surprise / disbelief. Expressing uncertainty. Being tentative / polite. Askind indirect questions. Checking that you‘ve understood. Checking that your friend understands. Explaining what you mean. Describing graphs / charts. Criticising / showing annoyance.

The subject of my IT is . / I’m going to speak about To start with,/ To begin with, Speaking about,/ The next issue I’d like to talk about is As for N/V-ing, I’d like to say that All in all,/ To sum up,.

Student A: How are you doing?/ Hi, how are you?/ How’s life? Student B: Fine, thanks. And you?/ And yours? Student A: Me too./ Mine too.

Could you express your opinion? What‘s your idea of...? What’s your opinion of ?

How/ what about (doing sth.)? I suggest doing sth./(that) we do / did sth. Let‘s Why don‘t you/we Shall we...? I‘d recommend to If I were you, I’d...

I don’t think that’s a good idea. I’m afraid that’s not very sensible. That’s easier said than done!

Strong agreement: I absolutely agree with you. I couldn‘t agree (with you) more. Spot on! Mild agreement: I admit you’ve got a point there. You could be right. That’s a valid point.

Strong disagreement: You’re not serious, are you? Frankly, that’s rubbish. Mild disagreement: To be honest, I don’t think that’s true. I can’t entirely agree with you. I wouldn’t say that.

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