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Introduction and opening conversation gambits – Situational Dialogues – How to say

Introduction and opening conversation gambits – Situational Dialogues – How to say

1.

A Wendy, I’d like you to meet my brother, Sam.
B How do you do?
A How do you do?
B What do you think of life in England?
A I’m still feeling pretty homesick.
B It’s bound to be strange at first.

2.

A Mrs. Hughes, this is Peter Brown.
B How do you do?
A How do you do?
B How do you find things over here?
A If it wasn’t for the climate, I’d like it very much.
B It won’t take you long to settle down.

3.

A Mother, this is Joe’s brother, David.
B How do you do?
A How do you do?
B How do you like London?
A It’s quite different from what I expected.
B Don’t worry, you’ll soon get used to it.
4.

A Mrs. Stacey, I’d like to introduce my Greek friend, Milos.
B How do you do?
A How do you do?
B What are your first impressions of England?
A Of course, it’s much colder here than it is at home.
B Never mind, you’ll be all right in a week or two.

 

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