Meal music rankin hall hall rental 700 seating

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 Meal  Music  Rankin Hall Hall Rental:$ 700 Seating Capacity: 500 Bar: $4/drink Dance Area: 1800 sq. ft Proximity to Church: Across Street Parking: $10 evening Meal (Cost per plate): $6.75 Music: Dee-Jay Pearson Hall Hall Rental $400 Seating Capacity 350 Bar $3.50/drink Dance Area 2500 sq. fta Proximity to Church 6 km Parking: Free Meal (Cost per plate) $3.50 Music Karaoke Band Rating Atmosphere  Service  Meal  Rating  = Excellent  = Very Good  = Average  = Fair = Poor
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Verification 1.A Listen to the teacher who will tell you what to do. Respond appropriately following the cues below. 1. Student: a) Tell your plans. b) Invite. c) Give time. d) Give place. 2. Student: a) Give your name to the medical secretary. b) Explain problem. c) Ask for appointment - doctor. d) The time of the appointment is not convenient for you. Ask and/or suggest another time. g) Accept. h) Thank. 1.B This section consists of very short role-plays. The teacher (T) will begin by reading one role (as the friend or customer) who asks a question. You, the student (S) will respond (as friend or pharmacist) in complete sentences using the written cues listed below. 1. (T) Friend (S) Friend (S) Friend: a) Respond by declining (refusing). b) Give reason. (Be specific. State reason.) c) Thank. 2. (T) Friend (S)Friend (S) Friend: a) Accept. b) Inquire about the time. c) Inquire where to meet the friend. d) Inquire about the transportation there. Page 108 Oral Interaction
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3. (T) Customer (S) Pharmacist (S) Pharmacist: a) Mention ailment that the customer has. b) Name remedy (que le client devrait prendre). c) Tell client where product is located in store. d) Give medical advice in connection with such an ailment. 4. (T) Customer (S) Pharmacist (S) Pharmacist: a) Mention ailment that the customer has. b) Demandez que le client s’assoit sur une chaise. c) Dites au client qu’il devrait baisser sa tête. d) Dites au client qu’il devrait pincer son nez. 1.C Teacher will ask you questions about sports and activities. Answer with complete sentences. Page 109 Verification
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1.A Match opposites in the following lists by placing the appropriate alphabetical letter of one column in the brackets of the other. 1. ( ) good a. passive 2. ( ) to remember b. sitting 3. ( ) to bend over c. outside 4. ( ) to lower d. slowest 5. ( ) boring e. relaxed 6. ( ) active f. bad 7. ( ) stressed g. to lower 8. ( ) inside h. worse 9. ( ) to lose i. to forget 10. ( ) broken j. to straighten up 11. ( ) standing k. a lot 12. ( ) lightweight l. upset 13. ( ) to sit down m. to raise 14. ( ) coming n. indoors 15. ( ) a little o.
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