Unit 15 N.I. Would You Like To Leave A Message

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Published on March 12, 2009

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Leaving telephone messages using ask and tell.

Telephone messages Messages with tell and ask By Profr. José Ma. Jaramillo Salazar. March, 2009

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Hello, May I speak with Mary? Sorry, she is not here right now. Hello, Is Peter there? Yes, but he’s in the restroom. Oh, this is Monica, how can I help you? Hello, Who’s calling? This is Mark, who do you need to talk with?

Yes please, tell him I will call later No, thanks, I will call later. Do you want to leave a message? No in this moment, he’s at school. Hi, Mark I need to talk with your brother is he there? Hello, Is Laura there? Yes, hold on.

Do you want to leave a message?

Hi, Mark I need to talk with your brother is he there?

Hello, Is Laura there?

When you want to leave a message talking by phone, you can use TELL is used when the message is only an information. e.g. Statement Messages with a statement The class starts at 5:00 Please tell Luis (that) the class starts at 5:00 We have a party tomorrow. Could you tell Luis (that) we have a party The teacher is not comming. Would you tell Luis (that) the teacher is not comming? Javier had an accident yesterday. Please tell Luis (that) Javier had an accident The meeting is next week. Could you tell Luis (that) the meeting is next week.

TELL is used when the message is only an information.

e.g.

Statement Messages with a statement

The class starts at 5:00 Please tell Luis (that) the class starts at 5:00

We have a party tomorrow. Could you tell Luis (that) we have a party

The teacher is not comming. Would you tell Luis (that) the teacher is not comming?

Javier had an accident yesterday. Please tell Luis (that) Javier had an accident

The meeting is next week. Could you tell Luis (that) the meeting is next week.

ASK is used when the message is a request. e.g. Request Messages with a request Bring the sodas for the party Please ask Luis to bring the sodas. Pick up my stuffs from the school. Could you ask Luis to pick up the things from the school? Call me tonight around 8:00. Would you ask Luis to call me tonight around 8:00? Close the windows when he leave Please ask Luis to close the windows when he leave. Give the class for me. Would you ask Luis to give the class for me? Buy the pizzas for the meeting. Could you ask Luis to buy the pizzas?

ASK is used when the message is a request.

e.g.

Request Messages with a request

Bring the sodas for the party Please ask Luis to bring the sodas.

Pick up my stuffs from the school. Could you ask Luis to pick up the things from the school?

Call me tonight around 8:00. Would you ask Luis to call me tonight around 8:00?

Close the windows when he leave Please ask Luis to close the windows when he leave.

Give the class for me. Would you ask Luis to give the class for me?

Buy the pizzas for the meeting. Could you ask Luis to buy the pizzas?

Look at these messages. Can you write them using the grammar? Laura: The concert is today at 7:00 p.m. Tom: Bring your CD’s for the barbacue. Tina: Pick me up at Marcos’ house. Mom: Call Dad to his office, he is working. Mike: The soccer game is canceled. Karla: The homework is ready. Nora: Bring your notes to study. Monika: Today we practice volleyball. Mery: Call Jason tomorrow.

_______Yes, My name is Marcos, please ask him to call at my house at 9 p.m. is very important. 2. Hi, good morning! Who’s calling? 3. Sorry, she’s gone. Would you like to leave a message? _____ It’s Jason. How may I help you? _____ You’re welcome. ______ Don’t worry I’ll give him the message. 1. Ok. No problem. I’ll call her later. Thank you very much. _______. ______ Yes, please. Could you tell her that I need to talk with her? 4. Please, Can you ask him to bring me the videos at my school? 5. Yes, he is, but he’s in a meeting right now. Can I take you message? I. JOIN WRITING THE NUMBER ON THE LINES.

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