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Expressing Opinions in English

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1.A: It's foolish to give money to beggars.
B: I’m afraid that’s not I see it.
2.A: Men are worse gossips than women.
B: I couldn’t more.
3.A: Women are only interested in getting married.
B: I think that’s a bit too far.
4.A: Animals should not be kept in zoos.
B: I’m I disagree completely.
5.A: Politics is the most prestigious job.
B: I agree to some .
6.A: The customer is always right.
B: Nonsense. That’s not at all.
7.A: Money can't buy happiness.
B: I don’t think it’s as as that.

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8.A: All Europe should speak one language, preferably English.
B: I think it misses the completely.
9.A: The Internet is the best invention ever.
B: I don’t have an , really.
10.A: People who drink and drive should lose their licence for life.
B: Exactly, I couldn’t have put it myself.

Basic Telephoning Language

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1.A: Hello, Jill Smith .
B: Hi, Jill. It's Bob here. Do you have a second?
2.A: Can you put me to Mr Duckworth?
B: Sure, no problem.
3.A: is Bruce White.
B. Hi, Bruce, it's Sarah here.
4.A: I’m calling your invoice.
B: Yes, is there something wrong with it?
5.A: Can I speak to Mr Nichols, please?
B: I’m afraid she’s not .
6.A: May I have your , sir?
B: Of course, it's Walters, Josh Walters.
7.A: The account number is PL5899 0000 2338 1284
B: Can I read that to you?
8.A: Could you tell him that Mr Rogers needs to speak to him urgently?
B: I’ll make he gets the message.
9.A: Is there anything I could help you with?
B: No, thanks, that's all.
10.A: Is Ms Grisham in the office today?
B: Yes, she is, but she’s in a now.


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1.A: How are you getting on with your project?
B: Not too well, actually. I'm getting fast with it.
2.A: What's Sue going to do after she graduates?
B: No doubt she's going to in her father's footsteps and become a dentist.
3.A: It’s a huge decision, you know.
B: I know. And there's no back.
4.A: Are you and Jane still together?
B: No, we've decided to go our ways.
5.A: How’s your mother feeling?
B: Much better, thanks. She's clearly on the to recovery.
6.A: I’m sorry to hear Kate’s still in hospital.
B: Thanks. Luckily, the doctors say there's light at the end of the .
7.A: The full course takes five long years.
B: I know. And there's no back.
8.A: Why is Jim in such a bad mood?
B: I don't know, but he's clearly running out of .
9.A: He’s just been appointed as our Head of Sales.
B: Yeah, his career has finally off, hasn't it?
10.A: Is everything all right?
B: To be honest, I've got so much work, I don't know whether I'm or going.


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