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Asking about words and usage

1. What does this word mean?
2. How do you pronounce this word?
3. Would you say that again, please?
4. Is this the right spelling of ?
5. I’m not sure if I have spelt QUEUE correctly. Can you check it for me, please?

A : Is it correct to say “at the comer of the room”?
B : No. You should say “in the comer the room”.
C : Oh, I see. Thank you.

Asking about activities

1. Will you lend me your calculator?
2. Can you lend me your calculator?
3. Could you lend me your calculator?
4. Could you lend me your calculator?
5. Can I borrow your ruler, please?
6. Could I borrow your ruler, please?
7. Would you repeat the instructions, please?
8. Could you repeat the instructions, please?
9. Would you repeat that, please?
10. Could you repeat that, please?

Your teacher may ask you to do things like the following.

1. Look up these words in your dictionary.
2. Work in pairs of five.
3. Work in groups of five.
4. Look up these words in your dictionary.
5. Work in pairs of five.
6. Work in groups of five.
7. Work with your partner.
8. Repeat the words after me.
9. Repeat the sentences after me.
10. Open your books at page 47.
11. David, will you swap places with Anil?
12. Hand in your homework.

Swap places = exchange places



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