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We will discuss the ways and means to express our emotions on different occasions especially:-- Making requests in a social environment Polite Request Asking for things Asking to do things To offer to do something Offering and inviting Seeking Permission
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  • 1. 8/11/2015 1 What did you choose?
  • 2. 8/11/2015 2 What did you choose?
  • 3. 8/11/2015 3 What did you choose?
  • 4. We will discuss the ways and means to express our emotions on different occasions especially:-- A. Making requests in a social environment B. Polite Request C. Asking for things D. Asking to do things E. To offer to do something F. Offering and inviting G. Seeking Permission 8/11/2015 4 What did you choose?
  • 5. 8/11/2015 5 What did you choose?
  • 6. 8/11/2015 6 What did you choose?
  • 7. We will study and make regular practice of different types of sentences which will solve various purposes:- A. Making requests in a social environment B. Polite Request C. Asking for things D. Asking to do things E. To offer to do something F. Offering and inviting G. Seeking Permission We will do practice of these sentences regularly. I will not make you feel frustrated by asking you to learn so many rules. Only do read it , feel it and repeat it. 8/11/2015 7 What did you choose?
  • 8. 8/11/2015 8 What did you choose?
  • 9. 8/11/2015 9 What did you choose? We will practice a number of different meaningful situational sentences, however we will try to frame our own sentences for:- A. Making requests in a social environment B. Polite Request C. Asking for things D. Asking to do things E. To offer to do something F. Offering and inviting G. Seeking Permission
  • 10. 8/11/2015 10 What did you choose?  Could I leave early today?  Could I ask to give one more week to do this assignment?  Could I see your ticket?  Could I use your phone?  Could you hurry it up, please?  Could you get up? Perhaps you are sitting on my mobile?
  • 11. 8/11/2015 11 What did you choose?  Could you move a little aside?  Could you give me one more chance?  Could you turn down the volume, please?  Could you allow us to pass?  Could you tell me how much it costs?  Could you say that again please? I did not understand that.
  • 12. 8/11/2015 12 What did you choose?  Could you fix us two packets of milk Rajeev?  Could you please speak more slowly?  Could I have the salt, please?  Could you tell me how to pronounce “ teacher”?  I have forgotten my notebook. Could I buy a new notebook?  Could anyone help me find my notebook, please?
  • 13. 8/11/2015 13 What did you choose?  Could I ask you a very personal question?  Could you collect my electricity bill?  Could you show me your proof of ration card--------  Could I get some details of admission process?  Could you tell me the duration of school?
  • 14. 8/11/2015 14 What did you choose?  Could I get some details of admission process?  Could you tell me the duration of school?  Could I also ask the fee for the class5th?  Could you tell me if there will be music, dance and sports classes daily?
  • 15. 8/11/2015 15 What did you choose?  If you could wait here for a minute-----------------  If you could wait, I will send them shortly  If you could sit there-----------------  If you could help me with the booking of a room.  If you could spell your surname, I will enter it into our system.  If you could give me your personal email ID?
  • 16. 8/11/2015 16 What did you choose?  Could you walk fast on broken road?  Could you finish the task on given time?  Could you visit the doctor?  Could you---------------------  Could I------------------------  Could she --------------------  Could we---------------------  Could they-------------------
  • 17. 8/11/2015 17 What did you choose?  Can you turn off/on the fan/light?  Can you buy me a pen?  Can you pass my bag?  Can you give me your notebook?  Can you turn up the volume of the CD Player?  Can you repeat ma’am , please?
  • 18. 8/11/2015 18 What did you choose?  Can you open the door for me?  Can you buy me a bicycle?  Can I see the principal now?  Can I borrow your class notes of Mr. Rajeev’s class?  Can I go to the washroom?  Can I sleep in your bedroom tonight?
  • 19. 8/11/2015 19 What did you choose?  Can I go to bed now?  Can I sit in the front row ma’am?  Can I go outside to wash my hand?  Can I use your laptop?  Can I wear my new dress tonight?  Can you spell the word?  Can I also the fee for the class 5th?
  • 20. 8/11/2015 20 What did you choose?  May I have your name please?  May I borrow your pencil?  May I have your passport number?  Good morning, how may I help you?    May I offer you a drink?  May I come in Ma’am?
  • 21. 8/11/2015 21 What did you choose?  Would you like me to look at your homework?  Would you mind spelling your name please?  Would you mind helping me with this project?  Would you mind if I leave my bike here—
  • 22. 8/11/2015 22 What did you choose?  Sir, if you would take a seat, the principal will be with you very soon?  Sir, if you would just -----------------------------  If you would wait, I will join you in 5 minutes  If you would follow me, I will take you to chairperson office  If you would shift a little bit, I would be able to keep my luggage----
  • 23. 8/11/2015 23 What did you choose?  Sir, if you would give me next day off--------------  If you would come home with me, I will give you the notes  If you would ask Sheela, she will give you 100 rupee.
  • 24. 8/11/2015 24 What did you choose?  Would you like to------------------------  Could I -----------------------------------  Will you----------------------------------  Shall we----------------------------------  May I ------------------------------------  If you could -----------------------------  If I could----------------------------------
  • 25. 8/11/2015 25 What did you choose?  Would you mind if,-----------------------------  I was wondering if you could-----------------  Do you mind if I --------------------------------  Will you allow me to--------------------------
  • 26. 8/11/2015 26 What did you choose?  Would you mind if,-----------------------------  I was wondering if you could-----------------  Do you mind if I --------------------------------  Will you allow me to--------------------------
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  • 33. Rajeev Ranjan Principal B.Ed(English), PGDTE & PGDPC English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad Email .Id : rajeevbhuvns@gmail.com www.rajeevranjan.net 8/11/2015 33" Teaching is an art". Rajeev Ranjan
  • 34.  Krashen, S. D. (1987) Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition  Leech, G. (1994). Students’ Grammar – Teachers’ Grammar – Learners’ Grammar in Grammar and The Language teachers, edited by Martin Bygate, Alan Tonkyn  Wright, T. (1987) Roles of Teachers & Learners. Oxford: Oxford University Press  http://www.jstor.org/stable/801169?seq=5  Pictures (Personal )  Murphy, R (2007) Murphy’s English Grammar, CUP  K. Rajeevan (2015) Echoes, Oxford University Press  Paul Gunashekar(2015) New Broadway, Oxford University Press  https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org  http://www.bbc.co.uk 8/11/2015 34" Teaching is an art". Rajeev Ranjan
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