MAKING A REQUEST (A2)

request

LOOK AT THE PICTURE. WHAT´S HAPPENING? THIS WOMAN WANTS SOMETHING FROM HER HUSBAND. WHAT IS IT? CAN YOU WRITE A POLITE REQUEST?

It’s important to be polite when you ask for  something.

Making a  Request:

  • please hear meCan you ……?
  • Can I……..?
  • Could you…?
  • I´d like……………, please.

Responding to a request:

  • Sure here you are
  • Of course! Here you are
  • OK
  • No, I’m sorry I need it
  • I’m afraid I can’t.

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Posted on October 15, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. maribel martín

    Dear Carmen,
    How I miss my favourite teacher…your classes are only on Tuesday and Thursday, isn’t it ?? Kind regards!

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    • Thank you Maribel! It´s always nice to hear from you. You are very lucky this year as you´re with one of the best teachers at school. Anyway,my AVAZADO 1 clases are o Tuesdays and Thursdays.
      HOPE EVERYTHING IS FINE.
      CARMEN

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