|easy||introductions||man – girl||00:52|
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Teacher: Oh, hi. What was your name again. I can't keep straight all the students' names this being the second day of school.
Student: No, it's Nancy. My mom's name is Karen.
Teacher: Nancy. Okay. I think I heard you were from England. Student: Well, I was born there, but my parents are American. I grew up in France.
Student: Well, he's a college professor, and he is in Scotland at the moment.
Student: She works full time at home.
Do the vocabulary quizzes with the words from the conversation for more practice:
Introduce yourself to three other people in your class including information on your nationality, family, school, work, and hobbies.
Use the Internet to do research on a famous person. Find out as much information as you can including the points mentioned in number one. Then, pretend you are that person and introduce yourself to other students in the class.
People say hello and greet one another differently in the world. Some shake hands, and others hug each other. Use the Internet to search for information about how people greet each other in the countries below. What do they say when they meet in formal or casual situations? What do people do when they greet each other?