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Speaking Situations: Offering

Speaking Situations: Offering

Here, have an apple.
Have some strawberries.
Do you want a sandwich?
Would you like some lemonade?
How about a piece of cake?
How would like you some crackers?
Can I get you something to drink?

Vocabulary* for these situations

*Remember to use "some" with plurals and non-count nouns.
Use "a" with singular nouns and measure words.

Conversation practice

Practice offering your partner various food items.

Example,

Would you like some beer?

No thanks. I don't drink.

How about a cup of coffee?

I'd rather not have coffee.

Orange juice?

That would be fine. Thanks.

See also :

Speaking : Accepting and Refusing

Business : Offering

Textbook : Touchy Situations, Chapter 7New Interchange 1, Chapter 12

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Last updated: 15 February, 2010 02:43:16