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  ESL / EFL RESOURCES Introducon In this enjoyable activity, students play a card game where they reply to everyday statements and questions with commonly used responses. Procedure Divide the class into groups of four.Give each group a set of cards. Ask the students to shue the cards and place them face down in a pile on the desk.Tell the students that they are going to play a game where they reply to statements and questions with commonly used responses. The aim of the game is to reply with the exact response shown on the card.Explain that the correct response may be positive or negative.Students then take it in turns to pick up a card and read out the statement or question in bold to the group. The rst student in the group to respond with the exact words on the card wins and keeps the card.The student with the most cards at the end of the game is the winner. When everyone has nished, go through the statements and questions again as a class and see if the students can remember the correct responses. TEACHER’S NOTES Common Responses  Acvity Type Listening and speaking activity, group work Language Focus Common responses  Aim To reply to everyday statements and questions with commonly used responses. Preparaon Make one copy of the cards for each group of four and cut as indicated. Level Low intermediate Time 20 minutes Teach-This.com © 2017 Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.  ESL / EFL RESOURCES SMALL TALK Common Responses I'm taking my driving test tomorrow. Good luck! Have a good weekend! The same to you. This is Abbey, my new atmate. Pleased to meet you. AAAtchooo! Bless you! I got married last week. Congratulations! How do you do? How do you do? Would you like a cup of coee? Yes, please. Can I have another slice of cake? Help yourself. Cheers! Cheers! Come in and make yourself at home. Thank you. Can you give me a hand? Of course. Do you need any help? No, I'm just looking. How's it going? Not bad. Peter can't come. He's busy. Oh, what a pity. I've heard a lot about you. Really? All good I hope! Say hi to Susan for me. Will do! Thank you. You're welcome! I didn't get the job. Oh, sorry to hear that. Is it OK if I bring my friend to the party? Sure, the more the merrier! Is everything OK? Yes, everything is ne. Teach-This.com © 2017 Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
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