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2014-01-31 09:31:10
Situational English
Situational English
Situational English
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  1. What do you say to people when you arrive at work?
  2. What do you say when you leave work?
    See you tomorrow.
  3. What do you say when you leave on Friday afternoon?
    Have a nice weekend!
  4. What do you say when someone says “Have a nice weekend!”?
    Thanks. You too!
  5. What do you say on Monday morning?
    Morning! Did you have a nice weekend?
  6. Someone comes for a job interview and doesn’t know the building. What do you ask her?
    Would you like me to show you round?
  7. What do you ask her after the interview?
    How did it go?
  8. A colleague is busy and you want to ask a question. What do you say?
    Sorry to bother you. Could I just ask you a quick question?
  9. A colleague is talking to a customer and there’s a phone call for him. What do you say?
    I’m sorry to interrupt, but there’s a phone call for you.
  10. A colleague is talking to someone. How do you ask to talk to him alone about something serious?
    Could I have a word with you in private?
  11. Someone gives you some work. Ask how long you’ve got to do it.
    When do you need it done by?
  12. They ask you to do it by tomorrow, which is difficult, but you’ll try. What do you say?
    I’ll see what I can do.
  13. How do you ask someone to do some work by Friday if you know it’s difficult?
    Is there any chance of it being ready by Friday?
  14. You’re meeting Mr Woods at 11 o’clock in his company office. What do you say at reception?
    Good morning. I have an appointment with Mr Woods at 11 o’clock. The name is Chris Smith.
  15. He asks you for some information which you don’t have. What do you say?
    I’m afraid I don’t know offhand. I could find out, though.
  16. He’s selling some machinery and you want an idea of how much he wants for it. What do you ask?
    What kind of price did you have in mind?
  17. Ask if you have to pay before you get the machinery.
    Do you need payment in advance?
  18. You arrive late for an appointment with a client. What do you say?
    I’m sorry to keep you waiting.
  19. What do you say as you show her into your office?
    After you. Have a seat.
  20. You’re late for your next meeting. The other person is late and apologises. What do you say?
    That’s alright. I’ve only just got here myself.