Nb your car is at the garage and jims parents house

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(N.B. Your car is at the garage and Jim’s parents’ house is not on a bus route.) Hi Jim, I’m having a BBQ at my parents’ house sometime next week. I’m inviting all my friends, and it would be nice to have you there. Can you come? Hope to see you, Chris Chris,
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Supplementary Exercises Page 163 2. Write a short letter to the teacher. Accept the invitation and ask about three points of information. May 25 Dear Mrs. Keller, Your daughter’s class is going on a field trip to the Montreal Biodome next Friday. I am inviting some parents to join us on this trip. Would you be able to accompany us? The children would love to have you along. Yours truly, Janet Simpson Room 202 - teacher Dear Ms Simpson,
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Supplementary Exercises Page 164 3. Write a note expressing uncertainty about going to the party. Also, ask about two points of informatioin. Jenny, I tried calling you earlier, but your line was busy. A few of us are organizing a going-away party for Pierre Lemieux. He got a transfer to Cold Lake, as you know. We would like to invite you to the party. It will be next Wednesday at the Carlton restaurant. Sue Lemay
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Supplementary Exercises Page 165 Lesson Nine 1. Using ask, wanted to know , wondered and if / whether or not in Reporting Yes/No Questions. 1. A Pair work. Take turns asking questions and reporting back what was said. Example: S1: Do you want to go to the movies tonight, S2? S2: S1 asked (me) if I want(ed) to go to the movies tonight. S1 was wondering whether (or not) I want(ed) to go to the movies tonight. Grammar I N R EPORTING Y ES /N O Q UESTIONS To report yes/no questions, we use asked, wanted to know, wondered , NOT said or told . 1. He asked me, “ Are you invited to the wedding?” 2. He said to Susan, “ Can I borrow your car?” 3. He said to Natasha, “ Are you inviting everyone in the class to the wedding?” 1. He asked (me) if I was invited to the wedding. 2. He wanted to know if he could borrow Susan’s car. 3. He asked Natasha whether (or not) she was inviting everyone in the class to the wedding. 4. He wondered whether Natasha was inviting everyone in the class to the wedding.
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Supplementary Exercises Page 166 S1, complete these questions: 1. Have you … 2. Do you … 3. Can you … 4. Do you know how to … 5. Did you … 6. Are you going to (do ) … 7. Are you … 8. Has (name of person in the class) … 9. Does (name of person in the class) … 10. Is (name of person in the class) … 11. Can (name of person in the class) … 12. Did (name of person in the class) … 13. Is (name of person in the class) going to (do) … Talk about plans, invitations, sports, celebrations, and leisure time activities. S2, tell another student what S1 asked.
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