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1 Say Sorry. Say Sorry Read the dialogue, and practice with a partner. A: Sorry I didn't call last night. B: That's okay. A: I got busy cleaning the house. B: That's understandable. You had a busy week. A: Yes. Thanks for understanding. B: I went to sleep early anyway.. Say Sorry Complete the dialogue, and practice with a partner.. I m So Sorry Change the information in bold to another situation. Practice again. A: Why didn't you call last night? B:. I forgot. A: Forgot! I waited all night for your call. B: I. Please forgive me. A: Okay, but please don't forget again. B: I won't. I promise. I'm so. A: I'm so sorry I "forgot your birthday". B: You always "forget my birthday." A: I know. I apologize. How can I make it up to you? B: "Take me out for dinner" tonight. A: I'm sorry. I'm "working" tonight. B: No problem. "Take me out" some other time. Other ways to say sorry I apologize!!! I feel really bad!!! I didn't mean to Oopsie (informal, childish)!!! My bad (slang)!!! That was my fault Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

2 Type to enter text Say Sorry. Pronunciation Practice Listen to your teacher say these words and phrases. Mark the syllables with slashes. Mark the stressed sounds with a circle. Sorry It's okay. No problem. Oopsie I didn't mean to.. Responding to an apology It's okay. That's okay. No worries. No problem. I understand. I'm okay with that. I'm partly to blame. It was just an accident. Don't worry about it. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

3 Say Sorry 6. Choose the Best Response Circle the best response in each question. Sorry I ate the last chocolate. I feel really bad that I hit your car. a) That s okay. a) I m sorry about that. b) Dark chocolate. b) Feel better soon. c) It s tasty. c) It was just an accident. You didn t call me this morning. I didn t mean to hurt your feelings. a) This morning. a) No worries. I m fine now. b) I will call you. b) I m okay with her. c) Sorry, I forgot. c) Thank you for coming. I apologize for my mistake. a) That s okay. We all make mistakes. b) Sometimes. c) They are no problem. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

4 Type to enter text Say Sorry Answers. Say Sorry Complete the dialogue, and practice with a partner.. Pronunciation Practice Listen to your teacher say these words and phrases. Mark the syllables with slashes. A: Why didn't you call last night? B: Sorry. I forgot. A: Forgot! I waited all night for your call. B: I apologize. Please forgive me. A: Okay, but please don't forget again. B: I won't. I promise. I'm so sorry. S0/rry It's/ O/kay. No/ PRO/blem. OOP/sie I /did/n't /MEAN/ to. 6. Choose the Best Response Circle the best response in each question. Sorry I ate the last chocolate. I feel really bad that I hit your car. a) That s okay. c) It was just an accident. You didn t call me this morning. I didn t mean to hurt your feelings. c) Sorry, I forgot. a) No worries. I m fine now. I apologize for my mistake. a) That s okay. We all make mistakes. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

5 Paying. Ask how much something costs Read the dialogue, and practice with a partner. A: Excuse me, how much is this table? B: It's one hundred and twenty-nine dollars. A: Oh, that's a great deal. B: Yes, it's on sale this week. A: I'll take it. B: Do you need the chairs too? A: Yes, do they come with the table? B: No, the chairs are twenty-five dollars each. A: Oh, that's too expensive. I'll keep looking, thanks. Words to describe the price of things: expensive cheap a good deal too much fair twenty percent off half price. Practice asking about prices Complete the dialogue, and practice with a partner. A: Excuse me, is this table? B: $0.99. A: Oh, cheap. B: Yes, it's twenty off this month. A: I'll it. B: Great. Do you chairs as well? A: How are the chairs? B: The chairs are fifty dollars. A: Oh, that's too. I'll shopping.. Buy something different Complete the dialogue with a partner. Practice and present your dialogue to your class. A: Excuse me, how much is this? B: It's. A: Oh, that's. B:. Do you need! as well? A: Yes. How much the!? B:. A: Oh, that's. I'll!. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

6 Paying. Different ways to pay A: How will you be paying today? B: By credit card. Student A: Work with a partner. Practice asking and answering the clerk's question above. Change the word "today" to the following phrases: for your groceries for your dress for your tickets for you bill (at a restaurant) Student B: Work with a partner. Practice responding to your partner's questions. Change the response to these phrases. Then switch roles. with cash by credit card with a check/cheque with points. Pronunciation Practice Listen to your teacher say one of the words from each word pair. Circle the word you hear. Then try it with a partner. sell / sale deal / deer much / match cheer / chair shop / chop Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

7 Paying 6. Choose the best response How much is the table? a) It doesn't come with the chairs. b) It's on sale for two hundred dollars. c) No, it's half price. How will you be paying today? a) By debit card. b) That's too expensive. c) I'll keep looking.. It's on sale for twenty dollars. a) How much is it? b) Oh, that's a great deal. c) With a check.. Excuse me, are the eggs on sale today? a) Thanks for shopping here. b) We don't take credit cards. c) Yes, they are fifty percent off.. Is this coat half price today? a) No, it's only twenty percent off. b) With cash or debit card. c) That's still too expensive. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

8 Paying Answer Key Exercise A: Excuse me, how much is this table? B: It's $0.99. A: Oh, that's cheap. B: Yes, it's twenty percent off this month. A: I'll take/buy it. B: Great. Do you want/need chairs as well? A: How much are the chairs? B: The chairs are fifty dollars each. A: Oh, that's too much/expensive. I'll keep shopping. Exercise Answers will vary. Exercise 6. How much is the table? b) It's on sale for two hundred dollars.. How will you be paying today? a) By debit card.. It's on sale for twenty dollars. b) Oh, that's a great deal.. Excuse me, are the eggs on sale today? c) Yes, they are fifty percent off.. Is this coat half price today? a) No, it's only twenty percent off. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

9 I Don t Understand. Ask someone to repeat something Read the exchanges, and practice with a partner. A: How do I pay for my parking? B: Pay at the machine in the lobby before you exit. It s on level L. A: I m sorry. Could you say that again? B: The ticket machine is in the lobby. Level L. Pay there. A: Can I pay at the exit? B: No. Show your receipt from the machine at the exit. A: I apologize. English is not my first language. Could you repeat that slowly? B: Pay at the machine. Level L. Show your receipt at the exit.. English phrases to use. Practice asking for clarification Complete the exchanges, and practice with a partner. Could you repeat that? Could you say that again? I m sorry. I don t understand. Would you mind repeating that? English is not my first language. I didn t catch that. (I didn t hear what you said.) I don t get it. (I don t understand.) Please excuse my English. Sorry for the confusion. I see. (I understand.) A: Can you tell me where to find the spaghetti sauce? B: It's three rows down. Head all the way to the end. The sauces are next to the dried pastas. A: I m. I didn t that. B: Aisle. (points) At the very end of the row. Beside the dried pasta. A: Thank you. Aisle. Beside the...pesto? B: Pasta. A: Oh, pasta! Sorry, English is not my language. B: No problem. That s what I m here for. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

10 I Don t Understand. Sorry for the confusion Fill in the blanks with words from the list. Practice the new dialogues with a partner. explain / confused / John / get A: I thought the washrooms were downstairs. I m. B: No, I said upstairs. A: Nice to meet you, Shaun. B: It s John, with a J. A: Oh, pardon me. Hi. A: Did you sign the form? B: No. I don t get it. Can you this part to me? A: Didn t you read the sign? B: Sorry, I don t the sign. B: You can take pictures before or after the show. A: Oh, I see. No photography during the show. Sorry for the confusion.. Think about the situation When would you hear someone say this? Write down one possible situation or setting.. Can you please repeat that? Taking down a telephone number.. I m sorry, I didn t understand you.. I don t get it.. I apologize for the confusion.. I didn t catch what you said. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

11 I Don t Understand 6. Word Forms Look at the different sentences. What is the difference? What word forms are used adjectives, adverbs, nouns, or verbs? Write down the word form of the word in bold. I am confused. adjective She is confused. You seem confused. This is confusing. Sorry for the confusion. 7. Matching Find the matching sentences. I get it.!!!!! I apologize for my poor English. I m confused.!!!! I understand. Sorry for the mix up.!!! I did not understand a word. Sorry about my English.!! I apologize for the confusion.! I didn t catch any of it.!! I don t get it.!!! a b c d e Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

12 I Don t Understand Answer Key Exercise. Answers may vary. A: Can you tell me where to find the spaghetti sauce? B: It's three rows down. Head all the way to the end. The sauces are next to the dried pastas. A: I m sorry. I didn t catch that. B: Aisle. (points) At the very end of the row. Beside the dried pasta. A: Thank you. Aisle. Beside the...pesto? B: Pasta. A: Oh, pasta! Sorry, English is not my first language. B: No problem. That s what I m here for. Exercise. Answers will vary. Exercise A: I thought the washrooms were downstairs. I m confused. B: No, I said upstairs. A: Nice to meet you, Shaun. B: It s John, with a J. A: Oh, pardon me. Hi John. A: Did you sign the form? B: No. I don t get it. Can you explain this part to me? A: Didn t you read the sign? B: Sorry, I don t get the sign. B: You can take pictures before or after the show. A: Oh, I see. No photography during the show. Sorry for the confusion. Exercise 6. I am confused. adjective She is confused. adjective You seem confused. adjective This is confusing. adjective Exercise 7.. b!!!. e!. d!. a!. c! Sorry for the confusion. noun Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

13 Asking for Help. Ask for help Read the dialogue, and practice with a partner. A: Would you mind lending me a hand? B: Sure. What can I do for you? A: Could you hold the door open for me? B: No problem. Is there anything else? A: Actually, there s a door downstairs, too. Could you get that one as well? B: Of course.. Offer to help Complete the dialogue, and practice with a partner.. Lend a hand Change the information in bold to create a new dialogue. Practice again. A: Is there anything I can do to help? B: Not at the moment, thank you. A: Really? You look so busy. B: There is one thing you could do. A: Just say the word. B: Would you mind closing the windows? A: Of course not. A: Those boxes looks heavy. Can I give you a hand? B: I m okay. You could hold the door for me, though. A: No problem. Can I take something for you? B: That s okay. They aren t as heavy as they look. A: Is there anything else I can do? B: Sure. You could open the trunk of my car. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

14 Asking for Help. Sentence Building Choose the correct word to complete the requests. (Do/Can) I ask you a favor? Could you (to lend/lend) me a hand? I wonder if you could (help/to help) me. (Can/Do) you have a spare moment? I could (use/to use) your help for a second.!! favor = American spelling Tip!! favour = British/Canadian spelling Can I ask a favor?!! Can you do me a favor?!! I have a favor to ask you. Sometimes people will say: I need a big favor. For Example: A: I have a big favor to ask you. B: Okay. What is it? A: Could you mow our lawn while we re away? Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

15 Asking for Help Type to enter text. Speaking Practice Take turns asking for help with these tasks. Type to enter text Y Move boxes Make dinner Read my writing Look after my dog Pick up my mail 6. Sorry I can t help There are different expressions to use when you can t help a person. You can choose whether or not to add a reason. Sorry For Example: A: I m sorry. I m working right now. (reason) OR A: I wish I could, but I can t. (no specific reason) I wish I could, but I can t. (Add a reason if you want to.) I m sorry. I m busy right now. (Use this for an immediate request.) I m sorry. I m not available. (Use this for a request in the future. ) My Life Change the dialogue to a request you made recently. Try your dialogue with a partner. A: Can I ask you a big favor? B: Sure, what is it? A: I need to borrow twenty dollars. B: Oh, I m sorry. I m broke. Note: to be broke = to have no money Me: I have a favor to ask you. : What can I do for you? Me: I need you to. : I wish I could help, but. Me: Oh, that s okay. Don t worry about it. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

16 Type to enter text Asking for Help Answer Key Exercise Can I ask you a favor? Could you lend me a hand? I wonder if you could help me. Do you have a spare moment? I could use your help for a second. Spelling Note: The text and tasks show the American spelling of the words Practice and Favor. Most other English-speaking countries spell these words this way: Practise, Favour. Make it a challenge for your students to find these words in the lesson and see if they know the alternate spellings. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

17 Preferences. Describe your preferences Read the dialogue, and practice with a partner. A: Do you like the white shirt or the blue shirt? B: I prefer the blue one. A: Really? I like the white one better. B: I think the blue one looks better with your beige pants. A: Maybe, but I still prefer the white one.. Describe your preference Complete the dialogue, and practice with a partner.. About Us Change the information in bold to true information about you and your partner. Practice again. A: Which do you like, chicken or beef? B: I beef. A: Okay, I ll make hamburgers. B: Do you chicken burgers better? A: No. I have a preference. B: Okay. Let s have then. A: Sounds good. A: Which do you like better, chicken or beef. B: I prefer beef. A: Okay, I ll make hamburgers. B: Do you like chicken burgers better? A: No. I don t have a preference. B: Okay, let s have hamburgers then. A: Sounds good. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

18 Preferences. Sentence Building Choose the correct word to complete the sentences. (Which/Why) do you prefer, movies or television? (Do/Which) you like pink better than orange? I like books better (than/then) magazines. Yumi (prefer/prefers) chicken to beef. I don t have a (preference/prefer). Tip prefer = like better Do not say or write I prefer better. I prefer milk.!!! I like milk better.!!! I prefer better milk. Word Forms prefer = verb I prefer apples to oranges. preference = noun I don t have a preference. preferable = adjective Sunshine is preferable. preferably = adverb (if possible) We d like a big bed. (King size, preferably) Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

19 Preferences Type to enter text. Speaking Practice Talk about these subjects with a partner. Describe your preferences. Type to enter text Y Colors Entertainment Food Vehicles Fashion For Example: A: I prefer red to blue. How about you? B: I like green better than red. 6. Asking about preferences Use the topics above to practice asking questions to your partner about his or her preferences. Rather For Example: A: Which do you prefer, movies or TV shows? OR A: Which do you like better, apples or oranges? You can also use would + rather to indicate a preference. Shorten I would to I d. I would rather have eggs than cereal. I would rather have milk than cream. I d rather run than take a car. A: Which would you rather have chicken or beef? B: I d rather have beef. A: Okay, I ll make hamburgers. B: Would you rather have chicken burgers? A: No. I don t have a preference. B: Okay. Let s have hamburgers then. A: Sounds good. About Us Change the dialogue to information about you and your partner. A: Which would you rather have,? B: I d rather. A: Okay, I ll make. B: Would you rather have? A: No. I don t have a preference. B: Okay. Let s have then. A: Sounds great. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

20 Type to enter text Preferences Answers Questions Which do you prefer, movies or television? Do you like pink better than orange? I like books better than magazines. Yumi prefers chicken to beef. I don t have a preference. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

21 Personal Information. Provide Personal Information Read the dialogue, and practice with a partner. A: Can I have your phone number, please? B: Sure. It's -- A: Do you have an address? B: Yes. It's A: Is that j-a-z-z-y-b-e-e? B: No, jazzyb as in the letter b. A: Okay. What's your postal code? B: N as in Nancy, 8C H B as in Bob 7 A: N8C HB7 B: Right. A: Thank you. We will call you soon. NOTE: Most English speaking countries say ʻpostal codeʼ or ʻpost codeʼ However, in the USA, they use the term: ʻzip codeʼ. Provide Personal Information Complete the dialogue, and practice with a partner.. About Us Change the information to true or made-up information about you and your partner. Practice again. A: Can I have your phone, please? A: Can I have your phone number, please? B: Sure B: Sure. It's. A: Do you have an ? A: Do you have an address? B: Yes. B: Yes. It's. A: Is j-a-z-z-y-b-e-e? A: Is that? B: No, jazzyb as in the letter b. (spell it out incorrectly) A: Okay. What's your postal B: No,. code? (or, What is your zip code?) A: Okay.. B: N8C HB7 What's your postal code? (or, What is your zip code?) A: That's N as in Nancy, 8C H B as in Bob 7, right? B:. B: That's. A: That's, A: Thank you. We will call you soon. right? (confirm the letters) B: That's right. A: Thank you. We will call you soon. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

22 Personal Information. Sentence Building Answer or write the questions or responses. Use complete sentences. What is his postal code? What is her address? What's their phone number? Do you use ? What's your cell phone number? 6 What's your postal code? (or, What is your zip code.) 7 Is that B as in Bob? 8? Itʼs NV 6M7. 9? It's 0? No, not N. M as in Mom. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

23 Type to enter text Personal Information. Pronunciation Practice Listen to your teacher read the word pairs. Circle the word you hear: a) whatʼs " " b) what is a) phone " " b) fun a) B" " " b) P a) M" " " b) N a) zip " " " b) slip 6. Pronunciation Practice Now work with a partner. Take turns reading one word from each pair. Point to the word you hear. 7. Contractions A contraction shortens two words into one. The apostrophe replaces a letter. Practice saying these two forms. What is = Whatʼs" " " It is = Itʼs" " " That is = Thatʼs 8. Contractions Use contractions to rewrite the dialogue. A: Can I have your phone number, please? B: Sure. It is A: Do you have an address? B: Yes. It is A: Is that j-a-z-z-y-b-e-e? B: No, jazzyb as in the letter b. A: Okay. What is your postal code? (or, zip code) B: N8C HB7. A: That is N as in Nancy, 8C H B as in Bob 7, right? B: That is right. A: Thank you. We will call you soon. A: Can I have your phone number, please? B: Sure A: Do you have an address? B: Yes. A: Is that j-a-z-z-y-b-e-e? B: No, jazzyb as in the letter b. A: Okay. your postal code? (or, zip code) B: N8C HB7. A: N as in Nancy, 8C H B as in Bob 7, right? B: right. A: Thank you. We will call you soon. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

24 Type to enter text Personal Information Answers. Sentence Building Answer or write the questions or responses. Use complete sentences. What is his postal code? His postal code is N8C HB7. What is her address? Her address is What's their phone number? Her phone number is Do you use ? Yes, I do use . or No, I do not use . What's your cell phone number? My cell phone number is... 6 What's your postal code? My postal code is... (Or, My zip code is...) 7 Is that B as in Bob? Yes. or No, V as in Victor. 8? What is your postal code? Itʼs NV 6M7. 9? What is your address? It's 0? Is that N as in Norway? No, not N. M as in Mom. Copyright 0, Red River Press Inc. For use by members of ESL-library.com in accordance with membership terms.

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