Main practise: social expressions for making arrangements
going to (future) - come over - saying goodbye - fancy Vocabulary
All these expressions are colloquial and usually only spoken.
cheers, take care
- saying goodbye, i.e.- Bye, John, see you later.- Cheers, Anna, take care. come over - inviting someone to visit your home. i.e. Come over to our house later, we're having a small party.
do you fancy?
- would you like to? Followed by ing
- Do you fancy having a walk later?
- Do you fancy a walk later?
To make suggestions, + noun or ing, i.e.
- How about pizza tonight?
- How about going to London next weekend?
How's it going? - can be a way of greeting, i.e.
- Hi, how's it going? (What's generally happening in someone's life.)
Or, can be specific, i.e.
- Hi, how's your new job going?
- Hi, how's the language course going?
- wait a minute - let me think again, i.e.- Can you come to my party this Saturday?- Yes, sure. Oh, hang on, I've got to baby-sit for my sister. Sorry.
- my home