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Lesson
Notes

Man: Hi, I’m David Harper.

Woman: I’m Melanie Cooper. Nice to meet you. 

Man: You too. Are you enjoying the party?

Woman: Yes, I am. Are you?

Man: Yes, it’s great. And how do you know Peter and Kate?

Woman: (Click to show/hide text) Well, I was at school with Kate. We have known each other for years. How about you?

Man: I work with Peter. 

Woman: Oh really? How long have you two worked together?

Man: Oh, it must be about seven years now. 

 

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Situation: David and Melanie meet at a party and make conversation.

Style: friendly and quite informal
.

Notes:

  1. I’m David Harper = My name is David Harper. 

  2. Nice to meet you. = It is nice to meet you / it is a pleasure to meet you (more formal) 

  3. Yes, I am. Are you? (using only the auxiliary) = yes, I am enjoying it. Are you enjoying it? 

  4. it’s great (stronger) = it’s very good 

  5. how do you know Peter and Kate? = How did you first meet Peter and Kate, the hosts of the party? 

  6. I was at school with Kate = Kate and I went to the same school / Kate and I were at school together 

  7. for years = for many years 

  8. I work with Peter. = Peter and I work at the same company 

  9. you two = you and Peter 

  10. it must be = I think it is / I believe that it is 

  11. about seven years now = approximately seven years now (more formal) / roughly seven years now 

. .

Audio file name: DailyStep-3_social-party-009_GB-01

Notes:

  1. I’m David Harper = My name is David Harper. 

  2. Nice to meet you. = It is nice to meet you / it is a pleasure to meet you (more formal) 

  3. Yes, I am. Are you? (using only the auxiliary) = yes, I am enjoying it. Are you enjoying it? 

  4. it’s great (stronger) = it’s very good 

  5. how do you know Peter and Kate? = How did you first meet Peter and Kate, the hosts of the party? 

  6. I was at school with Kate = Kate and I went to the same school / Kate and I were at school together 

  7. for years = for many years 

  8. I work with Peter. = Peter and I work at the same company 

  9. you two = you and Peter 

  10. it must be = I think it is / I believe that it is 

  11. about seven years now = approximately seven years now (more formal) / roughly seven years now 

. .

Notes:

  1. I’m David Harper = My name is David Harper. 

  2. Nice to meet you. = It is nice to meet you / it is a pleasure to meet you (more formal) 

  3. Yes, I am. Are you? (using only the auxiliary) = yes, I am enjoying it. Are you enjoying it? 

  4. it’s great (stronger) = it’s very good 

  5. how do you know Peter and Kate? = How did you first meet Peter and Kate, the hosts of the party? 

  6. I was at school with Kate = Kate and I went to the same school / Kate and I were at school together 

  7. for years = for many years 

  8. I work with Peter. = Peter and I work at the same company 

  9. you two = you and Peter 

  10. it must be = I think it is / I believe that it is 

  11. about seven years now = approximately seven years now (more formal) / roughly seven years now 

. .

Lesson
Notes

Man: Hi, I’m David Harper.

Woman: I’m Melanie Cooper. Nice to meet you. 

Man: You too. Are you enjoying the party?

Woman: Yes, I am. Are you?

Man: Yes, it’s great. And how do you know Peter and Kate?

Woman: (Click to show/hide text) Well, I was at school with Kate. We have known each other for years. How about you?

Man: I work with Peter. 

Woman: Oh really? How long have you two worked together?

Man: Oh, it must be about seven years now. 

 

.

Situation: David and Melanie meet at a party and make conversation.

Style: friendly and quite informal
.

Notes:

  1. I’m David Harper = My name is David Harper. 

  2. Nice to meet you. = It is nice to meet you / it is a pleasure to meet you (more formal) 

  3. Yes, I am. Are you? (using only the auxiliary) = yes, I am enjoying it. Are you enjoying it? 

  4. it’s great (stronger) = it’s very good 

  5. how do you know Peter and Kate? = How did you first meet Peter and Kate, the hosts of the party? 

  6. I was at school with Kate = Kate and I went to the same school / Kate and I were at school together 

  7. for years = for many years 

  8. I work with Peter. = Peter and I work at the same company 

  9. you two = you and Peter 

  10. it must be = I think it is / I believe that it is 

  11. about seven years now = approximately seven years now (more formal) / roughly seven years now 

. .

Audio file name: DailyStep-3_social-party-009_US-01

Notes:

  1. I’m David Harper = My name is David Harper. 

  2. Nice to meet you. = It is nice to meet you / it is a pleasure to meet you (more formal) 

  3. Yes, I am. Are you? (using only the auxiliary) = yes, I am enjoying it. Are you enjoying it? 

  4. it’s great (stronger) = it’s very good 

  5. how do you know Peter and Kate? = How did you first meet Peter and Kate, the hosts of the party? 

  6. I was at school with Kate = Kate and I went to the same school / Kate and I were at school together 

  7. for years = for many years 

  8. I work with Peter. = Peter and I work at the same company 

  9. you two = you and Peter 

  10. it must be = I think it is / I believe that it is 

  11. about seven years now = approximately seven years now (more formal) / roughly seven years now 

. .

Notes:

  1. I’m David Harper = My name is David Harper. 

  2. Nice to meet you. = It is nice to meet you / it is a pleasure to meet you (more formal) 

  3. Yes, I am. Are you? (using only the auxiliary) = yes, I am enjoying it. Are you enjoying it? 

  4. it’s great (stronger) = it’s very good 

  5. how do you know Peter and Kate? = How did you first meet Peter and Kate, the hosts of the party? 

  6. I was at school with Kate = Kate and I went to the same school / Kate and I were at school together 

  7. for years = for many years 

  8. I work with Peter. = Peter and I work at the same company 

  9. you two = you and Peter 

  10. it must be = I think it is / I believe that it is 

  11. about seven years now = approximately seven years now (more formal) / roughly seven years now 

. .

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