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ESL Intro for Teachers: Formal/ Informal introductions

ESL Intro for Teachers: Formal/ Informal introductions

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Tutorial

Instructions.

Step 1: Watch YouTube video titled "How to Introduce Yourself -- American English Pronunciation"

Step 2: After the video is over. Review worksheet.

Step 3: Fill out quiz.

How to Introduce Yourself -- American English Pronunciation

This video has both formal and informal introductions for ESL students. It's easy and at a slower pace so students should be able to follow with least amount of question.

Formal Conversation

 

Greetings

Introductions

Good-byes

Sample sentence

Sample response

Sample sentence

Sample response

Sample sentence

Sample response

Hello, Mr. Smith

Hello.

Dr. White, I’d like to introduce you to Rachel.

It’s a pleasure to meet you. / Pleased to meet you.

It was nice meeting you.

It was nice meeting you too.

Hello, doctor.

Hello.

Good morning.

Good morning.

It was nice to see you.

Same to you.

Good afternoon.

Good afternoon.

 

 

Good evening.

Good evening.

 

 

Have a good day.

Thank you. You too.

How are you?

Fine, thank you.

 

 

Good night / Goodbye.

Good night / Goodbye.

 

 

Informal Conversation

 

Greetings

Introductions

Good-byes

Sample sentence

Sample response

Sample sentence

Sample response

Sample sentence

Sample response

Hey. Hi.

Hey. Hi.

Ann, this is Jim. He’s in my class.

Hi Jim.  Nice to meet you.

Nice meeting you.

You too.

How are ya?

I’m good. All right.

Take it easy.

How are things?

Pretty good.

Hi. My name’s John.

I’m Dave. Nice to meet you.

Take care.

How’s it goin?

OK. Not bad.

I’m off.

OK, bye.

How ya doin?

I’m doin good.

 

 

I gotta go.

See ya. See ya later. Bye.

What’s up?

Nothin much. Not a whole lot. Nothin. Nothin special. Not much.

 

 

So long.

What’s new?

 

 

See ya.

What’s happenin?

 

 

See ya later.

What are you up to?

 

 

Bye.

What’s goin on?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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