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House guests - Offers with Would you like me to…?

Put students into pairs. Ask them to read the situations on their cards and to offer help to their partners. Encourage students to use Would you like me to…?

 

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  STUDENT A .

 

A  Your partner is a guest in your house. You are a very good host and you try to guess the things s/he might need, so s/he doesn’t have to ask you. Read these situations and offer help to your guest.

 

Your guest looks a bit hot and thirsty.

Your guest looks a bit tired and dirty after his/ her journey.

Your guest looks a bit bored.

Your guest is leaving but maybe doesn’t know the way to the train station.

 

 

B  Now change roles and be the guest in your partner’s house. Accept or refuse the offers your host makes as politely as possible.

 

 

 

 

 STUDENT B .

 

A  You are a guest in your partner’s house. Accept or refuse the offers your host makes as politely as possible.

 

 

B  Now change roles. Your partner is a guest in your house. You are a very good host and you try to guess the things s/he might need, so s/he doesn’t have to ask you. Read these situations and offer help to your guest.

 

Your guest has left his / her luggage at the train station.

Your guest doesn’t know how the heating works in his/ her room.

Your guest is wearing lots of thick clothes but looks cold.

Your guest hasn’t ever seen your town before.

 

 

 

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