ARRANGING TO MEET SOMEONE Useful expressions to make suggestions Would you like to (go out)? Let’s (go out…).

Why don’t we ( go out..)? Shall we (go out…)? What about (going out)? To express a decision I’ll (see you at 9pm) To talk about a fixed plan I’m going to see some friends this weekend. I’m seeing some friends this weekend.

Now why don’t you use these structures to practise a dialogue with a friend? Use this plan to help you at first and then practise without it. Remember to listen to the model dialogue of Pina and Michael for ideas.

A: Would you like to ____________________ this weekend? B: Oh, I’m sorry. I’m busy. On Saturday I’m _______________ing. A: What about Sunday? B: I’m sorry. I’m _____________ing. Why don’t we ____________________ on Monday? A: I’m busy then. I’m _______________ing. Are you free on Tuesday? B: Yes, what about ________________ing? A: That’s a good idea. Shall we _________________? B: OK. Let’s __________________________. I’ll __________________. A: Fine. See you on Tuesday. B: See you.

Answers to listening Pina’s Diary Saturday
–
am:

going
shopping;

pm:

meeting
friends
 Sunday
–
am:

going
to
the
beach;

pm:

seeing
a
film
at
the
cinema
 Monday:

working
 Tuesday:

free
–
9pm
going
out
for
a
meal
with
Michael
in
Vegueta
 


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