My name is …
I am …
My first name is…
My second name is…
How do you do?
Pleased to meet you.
I am from…
Read the dialogue, practice it and reproduce it
Ann: Hello. Are you a student here?
Kate: Yes, I am.
Ann: So am I. My Practice some expressions used for the introduction name is Ann Duglas.
Kate: How do you do? I am Kate Frank.
Ann: I am pleased to meet you. Is Frank your first name or your last name?
Kate: My last name.
Ann: Ann is my first name. Please call me Ann.
Kate: Okay, Ann and please call me Kate Practice some expressions used for the introduction.
Ann: Okay, Kate. I am from New York and where are you from?
Kate: I am from Manchester.
Turn to your partner and make up a similar dialogue
When you want to introduce someone to someone it is customary to use some expressions
Practice some expressions Practice some expressions used for the introduction used to introduce someone:
I’d like to introduce…
I’d like you to meet…
Can I introduce you to…
Get information about your partner. Here are some questions for you to use
1. What’s your name?
2. Where are you from?
3. Do you work?
4. If not, what do you Practice some expressions used for the introduction do?
5. Are you married?
6. What is your native language?
7. Do you have a hobby?
8. What are the three things you like and three things you don’t like?
Introduce your partner to the groupmates and tell them about him/her.
Give the English equivalents to these Practice some expressions used for the introduction job titles?
Педагог института, инструктор по вождению, тренер по
волейболу, личный тренер, репетитор, учитель исходной школы.
Translate these sentences using job titles from Task 1 and word expressions given below
To work as a … , to give private lessons, to have, to be
1. Он работает педагогом института.
2. Чем ты занимаешься? Я даю личные Practice some expressions used for the introduction уроки. Я – репетитор.
3. Хелен работает инструктором по вождению.
4. Я – тренер по волейболу.
5. Моя мать – учитель исходной школы.
6. У моего брата есть личный тренер по теннису.
Make up sentences using these groups of phrases in one sentence
Example:Natural talent, confidence, to succeed in.
He succeeds in college because of his Practice some expressions used for the introduction natural talent and confidence in his
1. to depend on, motivation, high IQ
2. advisor, the best program, to structure
3. to pay attention to, every university, to have, the Rules
4. to prepare for, professors, to be different
5. to хэнд in, deadline, term papers
6. to communicate with, experienced students, information
7. to generate, professors, loyalty
8. employment situation, to consider, before Practice some expressions used for the introduction entering
9. college, to have, a graduate program
Read the text written by Steven C. Hayes (University of Nevada) and
Summarize its main ideas
Rules of Success: A Message for Students
Rule 1 Talk and Write – A Lot
Science is a largely verbal enterprise. Successful scientists must speak, write, persuade, and debate. The only way to become skilled Practice some expressions used for the introduction at professional verbal behavior is to engage in it. Talk in class. Talk at conventions. Talk in the halls. Listen and respond. Propose and consider. Argue. Share thoughts. If you think you have something to say, say it. If you wonder if you have sometimes to say, and worry Practice some expressions used for the introduction that it is not worthwhile, say it anyway.
Rule 2 Say “Yes” Easily and Mean It
Early in your study you should expose yourself to different things. You need to take part in many activities. When someone talks about a good project, say “let’s do it.” If someone asks for Practice some expressions used for the introduction help with a project, say “yes.” Then deliver. Do more than is expected.
Rule 3 Work with Others and Share Easily
You can learn a lot from others. They help you push you and they teach you new things. So collaborate. Form teams. Network. Give more than you Practice some expressions used for the introduction ask to receive.
Rule 4 Keep Your Word
This is the most important rule of all. This one rule separates the successful from the unsuccessful student more than any other, but its value cannot be known until you do it. Set up a program, make it life or death. Do it Practice some expressions used for the introduction. Of course, no one always does it. OK, so when you slip, go back and do it 100%. Then when you slip, go back and do it 100%. I violate this one nearly every day. Yet I continue to fight like a tiger to keep it.