Published on April 10, 2008
New Interchange Intro Level II: New Interchange Intro Level II Unit 16 Please, Leave us a message! Unit 15. Where were you born?: Unit 15. Where were you born? Phone conversations Leaving a message Inviting someone to go out Places Where is she? She is in the shower in bed She is at the beach at school at home at work She is in the hospital in class She is on vacation on a trip. Object pronouns Me. You, him, her, it, us, you, them Verb + to +verb; would Functions/Vocabulary. Grammar Answering Machine messages: Answering Machine messages Hi, This is Jennifer. I can’t come to the phone right now. Please, leave me a message, and I’ll call you back as soon as possible. Hi, I can’t answer the phone right now. Please, leave a message after the beep. Please, leave a message and I will call you back Please, leave your name, your number and a brief message after the beep. Phone Language: Phone Language A: Hi, Nicole? It’s Michael. Is Jennifer there? B: Oh, Hi, Michael. She’s here, but she’s in bed – she is sleeping. Can she call you later? A: Yes, thanks. Please ask her to call me at my parents house. B: Sure. Just give me the number. A: It’s 555-0367 B: 555-0367. Ok A: Thanks a lot, Nicole Object pronouns: Object pronouns http://www.inglesmundial.com/B15/grammar.htm http://www.languageguide.org/english/grammar/esp/part1/did.jsp Invitation to go out…: Invitation to go out… Michael: Hello? Jenny: Hi, Michael. It’s Jenny. . I got your message. Michael: Hi, thanks for calling me back. Jenny: So, what’s up? Michael: Uh, well, do you want to have dinner with me tomorrow night? Jenny: Tomorrow night? I’m really sorry, but I can’t. I have to stay home and study. Michael: Oh, that’s too bad. How about Friday night? Jenny: Uh.. Sure. I’d love to. What time do you want to meet? Michael: How about around seven o’clock? Jenny: Great! Returning a phone call: Returning a phone call Michael: Hello? Jenny: Hi, Michael. It’s Jenny. . I got your message. Michael: Hi, thanks for calling me back. Making an invitation: refusing and accepting: Making an invitation: refusing and accepting Making an invitation Do you want to have dinner with me tomorrow night? Would you like to go to the disco? I was wondering if you’d like to go to a party with me? Refusing and making an excuse I’m really sorry, but I can’t. I have to stay home and study. Sorry, I need to stay home with my brother. Gee, I’d like to, but I want to go to bed early. Accepting Uh.. Sure. I’d love to. I’d be glad to. Thanks for inviting me. I’d be happy to. I love parties.