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                     ใบงานที่ 1
Exercise 1: Read about the story and summarize the following questions.
Meeting and Greeting Customs
People usually shake hands when they meet for the first time. When two women first meet they sometimes give one kiss on the cheek. They usually “kiss the air” Women also greet both male and female friends with a kiss. Chilean men give their friends warm a brazos (hugs) or sometimes kiss women on the cheek.

The everyday greeting for friends is a handshake for both men and women. Men sometimes pat each other on the back.

Men bow slightly and shake hands to greet each other. Women do not usually shake hands. To address someone with his or her full name, the family name comes first, then the first name.

Finns greet each other with a firm handshake. Hugs and kisses are only for close friends and family. People shake hands when they are first introduced. Friends and family members often hug or kiss on the cheek when they see each other. In these situations, men often kiss women but not other men.
Exercise 2: Read and summary.
a) Which greetings are typical in your country?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

b) Can you name a country for each greeting?

No. Country Greeting
1
2
3
4
5

ใบงานที่ 2

Exercise 1: Complete the dialog with the expressions given.
Conversation 1: At the party.
1) Where are you from? 2) Nice to meet you.
3) I don’t think we’ve met. 4) How do you do? 5) I’m from America

You: Excuse me (1)………………………………………………….. My name is Karl Green.
Guest: (2) ……………………………………………………………….. I’m Paul Jamison.
You: My name is Tony Carls (3) ………………………………
Guest: I’m from Brazil and you?
You: (4) …………………………………………………………………….
Guest: (5) ……………………………………………………………………
You: Nice to meet you too.

Conversation 2: At the office.
1) How is she? 2) My name is Gerald Whitman.
3) Are you Mr. Hardy? 4) Who is that? 5) Please sit down.

Visitor: Good morning (1) ……………………………………………….
You: Yes, that’s right.
Visitor: (2) …………………………………………………………………………
You: Good morning, Mr Simson. (3)………………………………………………………………………….
Visitor: I’ve a friend in London who told me to get in touch with you.
You: Really? (4) …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Visitor: Alexandra Green.
You: Ah! Yes, of course (5) …………………………………………………………

Exercise 3: Study the conversation and then answer the questions.

Conversation 3
A: Hello. I’m Suwit.
B: Hello. My name is Ratana.
A: Nice to meet you. How do you do?
B: How do you do? Nice to meet you too. How long have you been here?
A: I’ll go home tomorrow. Oh! Is that Arkom over there?
B: I’m not sure.
A: Excuse me, are you Arkom?
C: Yes, I am.
B: My name is Ratana. Good to meet you.
C: Good to meet you too. Suda told me about you.
B: Oh1 She is my good friend. She told me about you too.
Questions
1. How many people are there in this conversation?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
2. What will Suwit do tomorrow?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
3. Have Ratana and Arkom met before?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
4. Does Suwit know Arkom?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
5. Where do you think this conversation take place?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

ใบงานที่ 3
Exercise 1: Complete the text using words from the box.

get up/ go/ have/ sleep/ start/ finish/ have/ go/ have/ go

My name‘s Margaret Beech. I’m a journalist.
I (1) ……………early, at quarter to six, and (2) ……………………… To work at about half past six.
I (3)………………… breakfast in a café near my office, and (4) ………….. work at half past seven. I don’t
(5)………………….. a big lunch, just a sandwich and a coffee, I usually (6) ……………………. work at about six
o’clock. I (7) ……………………. home at seven, then I (8) …………… dinner with husband. He loves cooking!
After dinner we usually watch TV, then I (9) ………………………….. to bed early. About ten o’clock and
(10)……………………….. for seven or eight house.

Exercise 2: Complete the sentences with the words given. All of them are negative.
cost drive go know play see sell smoke wash wear

1. He likes basketball but he ……………………………….. very often.
2. Suda is married but she ………………………………….. a ring.
3. “Have a cigarette.” “ No, thanks. I ……………………………………..”
4. They …………………………………….. newspapers in 7 – 11 shop.
5. I like films but I …………………….. to the cinema very often.
6. She lives near my house but I ……………………………….her very often.
7. He has a car but he ………………………………………………very often.
8. He smells because he ……………………………………………very often.
9. I …………………………. much about politics.
10. It’s a cheap room. It …………………………………………. much to stay here.

Exercise 3: Use the verbs in the list to make questions.

Do/ like/ do/ smoke/ cost/ speak/ go/ rain/ play/ have

1. A: (he) ………………… often ………………….. basketball?
B: Yes, he’s a very good player.
2. A: (you) Excuse me, …………………………………Chinese?
B: Yes, a little.
3. A: (you) What …………………………………………………….?
B: I’m a secretary.
4. A: (your sister) What ……………………………………………?
B: She works in a shop.
5. A: (it) How often ……………………………………..in summer?
B: Not often. It’s usually dry.
6. A: (she) …………………………………………………………………?
B: Yes, 20 cigarettes a day.
7. A: (you) ……………………………………………………….dancing?
B: Yes, I love it.
8. A: (they) What time ……………..usually ………………to bed?
B: 10 o’clock.
9. A: (you) What ……………………..usually ……………..for breakfast?
B: Bread and coffee.
10. A: (it) How much ……………………………to stay at this hotel?
B: 2,000 baht a night.

                      ใบงานที่ 4
Exercise 1: Complete this conversation by your own sentences.
Conversation1
Wichai: Hi! My name is Wicahi Srisuk.
Wanna: (1) …………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Wichai: I’m pleased to meet you.
Wanna: .(2) …………………………………………………………………………………………………
Wichai: I ‘m a technical student. My major is welding. I come from Ayudthaya.
Wanna: .(3) …………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Wicahi: See you later, goodbye.
Wanna: .(4) …………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Exercise 2: Match the questions in column A with the statements in column B by drawing a line,then write a complete conversation.
Column A
1. Could you meet on Friday, the 19 th and work
on it together?
2. When is our report due, Yai.
3. What is the date today?
Column B
a) At first they said Monday, the 22 nd, but now I hear
it is on Thursday. The 25 th
b) Yes, I will mark it down in my appointment book.
c) It is Tuesday, the 16 th

Conversation 2
Lek: (5) ………………………………………………………………………………….
Yai: (6) …………………………………………………………………………………..
Lek: (7) …………………………………………………………………………………
Yai: (8) …………………………………………………………………………………….
Lek: (9) ……………………………………………………………………………………
Yai :(10) ………………………………………………………………………………….

แบบทดสอบประจำหน่วย
Choose the best answer.
1. Thank you very much for all your trouble.
a) No matter b) Don’t mention it.
c) It’s not worth it. d) Good-bye.
2. My name is Sue. How do you do?
a) How do you do? b) I’m fine, thank you.
c) All right. d) I’m sorry.
3. I’d like you to meet my husband.
a) All right. b) I’m pleased to meet you.
c) Hello. d) Thank you.
4. See you tomorrow.
a) There you are. b) Sure enough.
c) Yes, see you. d) You will.
5. A: Good night.
B: Yes, …………………………………
a) sleep tight. b) sleep it off. c) sleep on it. d) sleep over.
6. A: Bye, then. Thanks for the meal.
B: Yes. …………………………………..
a) All the way. b) All too soon. c) All the best. d) All over.
7. A: Hello. How are you doing?
B: ………………………………………..
a) I’m fine. And you? b) Thank you. c) How are you too? d) I don’t know.
8. A: Bye. Have a good evening.
B: …………………………………….
a) Bye. Have a nice day. b) Good night.
c) Thank you. You, too. d) Happy, too.
9. A: It’s my birthday today!
B: ………………………………………
a) Congratulations b) Thanks a lot.
c) Help yourself. d) Well done.
10. You can ……………………….. that he is angry. Look at the expression.
a) say b) speak c) tell d) talk

Family Conversation Questions
Are friends more important than family? What do you think?
Are chores assigned to children in your family?
Are you married?
Are you pressured by your family to act in a certain way?
Are you the oldest among your brothers and sisters?
Are your parents strict?
Did you ever meet any of your great grandparents?
Do you get along well with your family?
Do you get along well with your brothers and sisters?
Do you get along well with your in-laws?
Do you have any brothers or sisters? If so, how old are they?
Do you have any children? If yes, what are their names and ages?
Do you have to clean your own room?
Does your mother make you clean your room?
Do you like your family? Why or why not?
Do you live with any of your grandparents?
Do you live with your parents?
Do you look more like your mother or your father?
Do you often argue with your mother or father? What about?
Do you often visit your grandparents?
Do you think people should adopt children from other countries?
Do you usually have any influence on family matters?
Do your parents let you stay out late?
What time do you have to be home?
Do you have a curfew?
How did you get your name?
For whom are you named?
Who are you named after?
How big is your family?
How many (first) cousins do you have?
How many aunts and uncles do you have?
How many brothers and sisters do you have?
How many children do you have?
How many members do you have in your family altogether?
How many people are in your (immediate) family?
How many people are in your family?
How often do you see your cousins?
How often do you see your grandparents?
How often is your entire family together?
How old are your brothers and sisters?
How old are your children?
How old are your grandparents?
How old are your parents?
Is spanking a good way to discipline children?
Should people follow the religion of their parents, or should they have the liberty to choose another?
What are some of your fondest memories of childhood?
What are your parents like?
What do you and your family like to do together?
What do you think of married couples who decide not to have any child?
What do your mother and father look like? How about your grandparents?
What do your parents do in their free time?
What are the occupations of your family members?
What does your father do? What’s his job?
What does your mother do?
What is the best memory you have of your family doing something together?
What kind of things do you do with your family?
What will you teach your children? (what values, beliefs, hobbies, skills, etc.)
What would you change about your childhood?
Where do your grandparents live?
Where does your father’s father live?
Where does your mother’s mother live?
Who do you get along better with, your mother or your father?
Who is the black sheep (odd ball) in your family?
Would you get involved in your in-laws’ family problems?
Would you live with your parents after you get married?
Should children help with the housework?
How much or how often should they help?
What kinds of housework is not appropriate for children to do?
Do you live in a nuclear family or an extended family?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of these types of family?
What impact has divorce and/or modern day living had on the family?
Is the nanny and/or the day-care centre the third parent?
Where is the best place to raise a family?
Where do you think the best place to raise a family is? Why?
What can make you happy in the long term/ short term? Consider the following: job satisfaction, a loving family, good health, plenty of money, strong religious believes, …
Do you think your parents understand you? Why or why not?
Who does the household work, your father or your mother or both of them?
Have you ever seen your mother (or father) cry? When was that and why?
What do you think of your mother and your father?
Which do you think is more important: following the dreams your parents want for you or following your own dreams?
What’s the hardest thing you ever had to do?
What was the most important thing your parents taught you?
What’s the best thing about your mom?
If you could have a different number of siblings, what would it be?
Who should take care of old people?
What is the perfect number of children to have?
What’s the best thing about your grandparents?
Should parents give their children an allowance?
How often does your family eat dinner together?
How should parents discipline their children?
After you’re married, should your parents make decisions for you?
What’s the best thing about your dad?
Who is the breadwinner in your family?
How is nudity regarded in your family?
Describe the perfect family.
Do your parents get along with each other?
Do your parents trust you?
If you were offered an excellent job opportunity abroad, would you consider leaving your family for an indefinite period of time?
Describe a typical family unit and the importance of family in your country.

Family and Relationships – Families

Aunt = ____________________________
brother elder / older brother =______________________________
cousin =______________________________
daughter =______________________________
father =______________________________
grandchild =______________________________
granddaughter / son =______________________________
grandfather / mother =______________________________
grandparent (s) =______________________________
great-grandchild =______________________________
husband =______________________________
ex-husband =______________________________
in-laws =______________________________
son-in law =______________________________
mother =______________________________
niece =______________________________
nephew =______________________________
parents =______________________________
sister =______________________________
son =______________________________
step-father =______________________________
step-daughter =______________________________
twin =______________________________
twin-sister/ brother =______________________________
uncle =______________________________

ใบกิจกรรมเรื่อง Family

Mark’ s family

Alex Julia

Tom Laura Rick Carol Anna Jim

Lucy Jill Mark

This is my family. My grandfather’s name is Alex. My Grand mother’s name is Julia. They have two sons and a daughter, Tom, Rick and Anna. Tom is my uncle. His wife’s name is Laura. They have a daughter. Her name is Lucy. Aunt Anna and uncle Jim
don’t have children. My father’s name is Rick. My mother’s name is Carol. I have a sister.
Her name is Jill. I love my family very much.
And what about your family?
Write about your family tree.

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Invitation
You can use this english conversation to invite your foreigner friends to the party or to the dinner. If you want to learn English better you should learn how to interact with English speakers in an appropriate way.

Example 1
You     : Would you like to join us in the party tonight?
Friends : Sure.
You     : Ok. See you at Peter’s house tonight at 9 pm.
Example 2
You    : Are you coming to the party tonight?
Friend : I’m afraid not.
You    : How come?
Friend : I have to study for an exam tomorrow.
You    : Well. In that case, I will have to let you go.
Friend : Sorry. Maybe next time.
Example 3
You    : Do you want to join the party tonight?
Friend : I wish I could but I have to visit my grandmother.
You    : That’s alright.

 
 

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