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FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE: Making Conversation

IN THIS MONTH’S FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE SECTION, WE’LL BE LOOKING AT HOW TO START, MAINTAIN AND END A CONVERSATION.

Introducing yourself

• I’m Sandra. How do you do?

• Hi, I’m Bob. It’s nice to meet you.

• Hi. I don’t think I’ve met you before. I’m Imogen.

• I don’t think we’ve been introduced. I’m Nigel.

Initiating the conversation

•So, do you know anyone here? What line of work are you in? Where are you from, then?

•Have you been here for long? Have you been here before?

•Did you have to travel far?

•Where do you work?

• So, how do you know George?

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The latest issue of Hot English (201) is out now! Learn over 1,000 useful words and expressions and improve your listening skills with Learn Hot English! This month: 14 jokes to improve your listening skills and teach you lots of useful words. Plus, 8 useful words and expressions for talking about the bathroom, 10 useful words for driving in the road, idioms, phrasal verbs... plus: • Jokes – jokes in English. • Functional language – making conversation • Grammar – must / should • Work – poor excuses. • Business – supermarkets. • Architecture – famous castles. • Culture – how British are you? • Cinema – True Grit. • History – Native Americans. • Psychology – mind control. • Sport – sponsorship. • Cuisine – easy curry. • Cars – the Mini. AND LOTS, LOTS MORE! By reading and listening to all this great content, you'll improve your English reading and listening skills and learn up to 1,000 useful words or expressions. Plus, you'll get a better job and pass English-language exams more easily. Guaranteed!