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    celta test

    Hi ,

    I am wondering if anyone can help me. I am in the process of doing the celta test for a course starting in August and I am just a little stuck. If anyone could give me a helping hand i would be ever go grateful

    How would you try to get across the meaning of the phrase "Would you like...?" (as in "Would you like a coffee?") to a group of complete beginners who do not share a mother tongue (50-100 words)?

    I was ok with ones before this but my mind is a blank with this . Thanks in advance

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    Re: celta test

    You can always draw a story on the board, a cartoon, a person with a tray and cups on it or something and what happens when the aswer is yes and no. Bring sweets, come up to a student and ask "would you like......a sweet/ a cup of tea/ etc. As this seems to be universal thing they shouldn't have problem catching the concept.

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