LESSON 6. THE ART OF CONVERSATION
1. What do you need to be a good conversationalist? Are you a good one? Why?
2. Listen to Paul Sloane, a writer and professional speaker giving advice. Whatare the main tips for a good conversation? Do you follow these tips?
3. Listen to one more conversation. Do the friends use any tips for a good conversation?
4. Ex. 2a p. 282 Read the conversation and find questions and phrases used to show interest and surprise.
5. Study the rule.
6. Do the exercise to practise “echo” questions:
7. Study the chart. Choose a sentence from Ex. 3b p. 284 and expand it into a mini dialogue. Choose two more sentences and write down expanded dialogues. Take a photo and send it to your teacher.