3 Paskaita: spalio 5diena

Hello Crab (labas krabas),

Čia tik mano labai šmaikštus pasisveikinimas ir angliškai, ir lietuviškai:)

Happy Teachers’ Day – štai kokią dieną mes šventėme antradienį!!!  Mokytojų diena:) Super gera diena visiems vieni kitus prisiminti: mokiniams mokytojus, mokytojams pačius save  ir pasibūti drauge.

O mūsų susitikimai nenutrūkstamai keliauja:) Šį kartą dar kartą skaitėme įvairius pasisveikinimo būdus:

Shaking Hands – rankų paspaudimas

When meeting someone formally for the first time, we shake their hand and say “How do you do?” or “Pleased to meet you.”

“How do you do?” isn’t really a question, it just means “Hello”.

When young people meet informally they sometimes say “Give me five!” and slap their hands together (high five).
Generally we do not shake hands with people we know well.

Naturally speaking

You say hello, and I say goodbye!

Follow the dialogue.

Mr Bean meets Mrs Breuer, one of his students, and her husband in the street.

Mr Bean: Good morning, Mrs Breuer.
Mrs Breuer: Good morning, Mr Bean. How are you?
Mr Bean: I’m fine thanks, and you?
Mrs Breuer: Not too bad. Mr Bean, this is my husband Michael, Michael this is Mr Bean my English teacher.
Mr Breuer: Pleased to meet you.
Mr Bean: Pleased to meet you too. Are you from Germany, Mr Breuer?
Mr Breuer: Yes, East Germany, from Dresden. And you, are you from London?
Mr Bean: No, I’m from Derby, but I live in London now.
Mrs Breuer: Well, goodbye Mr Bean, it was nice to see you.
Mr Bean: Yes, goodbye.

Formal

Possible Greetings Possible responses
  • Hello, Mrs Hand.  It’s nice to see you again.
  • What a pleasant surprise! How are you? It’s been a while.

  • Good morning Mrs Hand.  How are you today?
  • I’m very well thank you.  And you?

  • Good afternoon, Mrs Hand.  It’s good to see you.
  • Thank you.  It’s nice to see you too.  How are you?

  • Hello Lynne.  How are you doing?
  • Fine thanks.  What’s new with you?

  • Hi, Lynne! How’s it going?
  • Not too bad, busy as ever.
  • Hi, Lynne. How are things?
  • Oh fine. You know how it is.
Informal

!Note – on first meetings say, “It’s nice to meet you“. For future meetings say, “It’s nice to see you again“.

Čia yra viskas, ką mes ėjome per paskaitą ir net dar daugiau.

Taip pat žaidėme mini žaidimą su žodžiais, kuriuos jau visi turite namuose, ir galite su jais pasimokyti žaidimo forma;) Tai yra žodyno statymas, labai geras dalykėlis;))

Laukiu nesulaukiu kitos paskaitos, kuri taip pat žada daug naujų įvykių!!!

See you on Thursday:)

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