MAKING ARRANGEMENTS (A2)

It’s Friday afternoon. Two classmates  are in the school canteen. They have finished lessons for the week……

Ann: Hi Jane. How’s it going?

Jane. Good, cheers. And you?

Ann :Not bad.

Jane :You sound a bit down. What’s up?

Ann: Nothing. I’m just a bit tired.

Jane: What are you up to this weekend?

Ann: Not a lot. And you?

Jane: Not much. Do you fancy going for a drink?

Ann: Yeah, that sounds good. When?

Jane: How about Saturday evening?

Ann: Good idea. Shall we meet at 7pm?

Jane: Excellent.

Ann: Let’s meet at Leicester Square outside the tube station.

Jane: Great. See you there .

WHAT´S THE MEANING OF THE PHRASES HIGHLIGHTED?

WHAT PHRASES ARE USED TO MAKE SUGGESTIONS?

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