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  1. Formal or Informal? • You will get some strips of paper…you need to find their FORMAL or NEUTRAL equivalent.

  2. Formal or Informal? • You will get some strips of paper…you need to find their FORMAL or NEUTRAL equivalent. • Now connect these phrases on the worksheet.

  3. Formal or Informal? • You will get some strips of paper…you need to find their FORMAL or NEUTRAL equivalent. • Now connect these phrases on the worksheet. • With your neighbor, rewrite the italic phrases in the emails from section B using the more informal vocabulary from section A.

  4. Formal or Informal? Email 1: I am afraid I will not be able to attend the meeting on Friday. As I willmiss the meeting, Iwas wondering if you could send me a copy of the minutes. I will write to Anita as well, to informher that I will not be there. Once again, please accept my apologies for this, and I can assure youthat I will be at the next meeting.

  5. Formal or Informal? Email 1: Sorry, I can’t make it on Friday. As I willmiss the meeting, I was wondering if you could send me a copy of the minutes. I will write to Anita as well, to informher that I will not be there. Once again, please accept my apologies for this, and I can assure youthat I will be at the next meeting.

  6. Formal or Informal? Email 1: Sorry, I can’t make it on Friday. As I’llmiss the meeting, I was wondering if you could send me a copy of the minutes. I will write to Anita as well, to informher that I will not be there. Once again, please accept my apologies for this, and I can assure youthat I will be at the next meeting.

  7. Formal or Informal? Email 1: Sorry, I can’t make it on Friday. As I’llmiss the meeting, could you send me a copy of the minutes? I will write to Anita as well, to informher that I will not be there. Once again, please accept my apologies for this, and I can assure youthat I will be at the next meeting.

  8. Formal or Informal? Email 1: Sorry, I can’t make it on Friday. As I’llmiss the meeting, could you send me a copy of the minutes? I’ll write to Anita as well, to informher that I will not be there. Once again, please accept my apologies for this, and I can assure youthat I will be at the next meeting.

  9. Formal or Informal? Email 1: Sorry, I can’t make it on Friday. As I’llmiss the meeting, could you send me a copy of the minutes? I’ll write to Anita as well, to tellher that I will not be there. Once again, please accept my apologies for this, and I can assure youthat I will be at the next meeting.

  10. Formal or Informal? Email 1: Sorry, I can’t make it on Friday. As I’llmiss the meeting, could you send me a copy of the minutes? I’ll write to Anita as well, to tellher that I won’t be there. Once again, please accept my apologies for this, and I can assure youthat I will be at the next meeting.

  11. Formal or Informal? Email 1: Sorry, I can’t make it on Friday. As I’llmiss the meeting, could you send me a copy of the minutes? I’ll write to Anita as well, to tellher that I won’tbe there. Once again, I’m sorry for this, and I can assure youthat I will be at the next meeting.

  12. Formal or Informal? Email 1: Sorry, I can’t make it on Friday. As I’llmiss the meeting, could you send me a copy of the minutes? I’ll write to Anita as well, to tellher that I won’t be there. Once again, I’m sorry for this, and I promisethat I will be at the next meeting.

  13. Formal or Informal? Email 1: Sorry, I can’t make it on Friday. As I’llmiss the meeting, could you send me a copy of the minutes? I’ll write to Anita as well, to tellher that I won’t be there. Once again, I’m sorry for this, and I promise that I’ll be at the next meeting.

  14. Formal or Informal? Email 2: Thank you for your email of 25 January where you requested assistance on how to order online. It is necessary for me to know your a/c number before I can deal with this. I would be grateful if you could provide details of which version of Windows you are using.

  15. Formal or Informal? Email 2: Thanks for the email of 25 Jan, where you requested assistance on how to order online. It is necessary for me to know your a/c number before I can deal with this. I would be grateful if you could provide details of which version of Windows you are using.

  16. Formal or Informal? Email 2: Thanks for the email of 25 Jan, where you asked for help on how to order online. It is necessary for me to know your a/c number before I can deal with this. I would be grateful if you could provide details of which version of Windows you are using.

  17. Formal or Informal? Email 2: Thanks for the email of 25 Jan, where you asked for help on how to order online. I need to know your a/c number before I can deal with this. I would be grateful if you could provide details of which version of Windows you are using.

  18. Formal or Informal? Email 2: Thanks for the email of 25 Jan, where you asked for help on how to order online. I need to know your a/c number before I can deal with this. Please could youprovide details of which version of Windows you are using.

  19. Formal or Informal? Email 2: Thanks for the email of 25 Jan, where you asked for help on how to order online. I need to know your a/c number before I can deal with this. Please could you provide details of which version of Windows you’re using.

  20. Formal or Informal? Email 3: With reference toyour order number J891 – we received it this morning, but you have notfilled in the sections on size and colour. Please let us know your exact requirements. These products are selling very well at the moment, and we regret to advise you that the medium size is temporarily out of stock. However, we are expecting more supplies in the near future. Would you like me to email you when they arrive?

  21. Formal or Informal? Email 3: Reyour order number J891 – we received it this morning, but you have notfilled in the sections on size and colour. Please let us know your exact requirements. These products are selling very well at the moment, and we regret to advise you that the medium size is temporarily out of stock. However, we are expecting more supplies in the near future. Would you like me to email you when they arrive?

  22. Formal or Informal? Email 3: Re your order number J891 – we received it this morning, but you haven’t filled in the sections on size and colour. Please let us know your exact requirements. These products are selling very well at the moment, and we regret to advise you that the medium size is temporarily out of stock. However, we are expecting more supplies in the near future. Would you like me to email you when they arrive?

  23. Formal or Informal? Email 3: Re your order number J891 – we received it this morning, but you haven’t filled in the sections on size and colour. What exactly do you need? These products are selling very well at the moment, and we regret to advise you that the medium size is temporarily out of stock. However, we are expecting more supplies in the near future. Would you like me to email you when they arrive?

  24. Formal or Informal? Email 3: Re your order number J891 – we received it this morning, but you haven’t filled in the sections on size and colour. What exactly do you need?These products are selling very well at the moment, and And I’m sorry to tell you that the medium size is temporarily out of stock. However, we are expecting more supplies in the near future. Would you like me to email you when they arrive?

  25. Formal or Informal? Email 3: Re your order number J891 – we received it this morning, but you haven’t filled in the sections on size and colour. What exactly do you need?These products are selling very well at the moment, and And I’m sorry to tell you that the medium size is temporarily out of stock. But, we’re expecting more supplies in the near future. Would you like me to email you when they arrive?

  26. Formal or Informal? Email 3: Re your order number J891 – we received it this morning, but you haven’t filled in the sections on size and colour. What exactly do you need?These products are selling very well at the moment, and And I’m sorry to tell you that the medium size is temporarily out of stock. But, we’re expecting more supplies soon. Would you like me to email you when they arrive?

  27. Formal or Informal? Email 3: Re your order number J891 – we received it this morning, but you haven’t filled in the sections on size and colour. What exactly do you need?These products are selling very well at the moment, and And I’m sorry to tell you that the medium size is temporarily out of stock. But, we’re expecting more supplies soon. Shall Iemail you when they arrive?

  28. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help

  29. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of

  30. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask

  31. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more

  32. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell

  33. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts

  34. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts • Obtain/receive – get

  35. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts • Obtain/receive – get • Occupation – job

  36. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts • Obtain/receive – get • Occupation – job • Possess – have

  37. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts • Obtain/receive – get • Occupation – job • Possess – have • Provide – give

  38. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts • Obtain/receive – get • Occupation – job • Possess – have • Provide – give • Repair – fix

  39. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts • Obtain/receive – get • Occupation – job • Possess – have • Provide – give • Repair – fix • Request – ask for

  40. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts • Obtain/receive – get • Occupation – job • Possess – have • Provide – give • Repair – fix • Request – ask for • Requirements – needs

  41. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts • Obtain/receive – get • Occupation – job • Possess – have • Provide – give • Repair – fix • Request – ask for • Requirements – needs • Reserve – book

  42. Exercise C: Latin words • Assistance – help • Due to – because of • Enquire – ask • Further – more • Inform – tell • Information – facts • Obtain/receive – get • Occupation – job • Possess – have • Provide – give • Repair – fix • Request – ask for • Requirements – needs • Reserve – book • Verify – check/prove

  43. What purpose??

  44. What purpose??

  45. Adjectives ending in –ing and -ed • If a person is boring, they make someone else bored.

  46. Adjectives ending in –ing and -ed • Jane is boring. • Jane is bored. • *what’s the difference?

  47. Adjectives ending in –ing and -ed • Jane is boring. • Jane is bored. • Somebody is bored if something (or somebody) else is boring.

  48. Adjectives ending in –ing and -ed • Jane is boring. • Jane is bored. • Somebody is bored if something (or somebody) else is boring. • Consider: Jane is bored because her job is boring.

  49. Adjectives ending in –ing and -ed Compare: • My jobs is boring, interesting, tiring, satisfying, depressing etc. • I am bored by my job. • I’m not interested in my job. • I get very tired doing my job. • Etc.

  50. Adjectives ending in –ing and -ed Compare: • Interesting vs. interested • Surprising vs. surprised • Disappointed vs. disappointing • Shocking vs. shocked