Meeting People- Response Matching

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Intermediate
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: General
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 17th Feb 2011

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Meeting people and meeting people again Response Matching

Hi John. How was 

your weekend?

Not bad, thanks. 

How was yours?

Quite relaxing. I 

just stayed at home. 

How about you?

Great. I went skiing. 

And you?

May I introduce 

myself? My name is 

Alex.

Pleased to meet 

you, Alex. I’m 

Guillaume Chirac.

Nice to meet you. 

My name’s Hirano. 

Sachiko Hirano.

Hi Alex. I’m Juan.

What do you do?

I’m an architect.

I work as a nurse in 

an old people’s 

home.

I work in the sales 

department.

Who do you work 

for?

I’m self-employed.

I work for a Swiss 

architecture 

company.

Fuji Film. Have you 

heard of it?

Where are you 

from?

I was born right 

here in Brussels.

I was born in 

Osaka, but I grew 

up in Tokyo.

A small town in the 

North of Japan.

Sorry, what’s your 

name again?

It’s Case. Alex 

Case.

It’s Reynaud. 

R,E,Y,N,A,U,D. 

Reynaud. 

It’s Suzuki. Su-zu-

ki. Like the car 

company.

What does your 

company do?

We manufacture 

office equipment.

We specialise in 

public buildings and 

infrastructure.

We mainly deal 

with project 

management.

Where is your 

company based?

In Japan, but we 

also have an office 

in Shanghai.

Our headquarters is 

in Birmingham.

We have offices in 

23 cities in Korea 

and abroad.

Is this seat free?

Yes, it is. Go ahead.

Sorry, someone is 

sitting there.

I’m afraid not. I 
think this one is 

free, though.

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2011

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