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a. Imagine you are interviewing a student from Britain for your school magazine. He/She is on an exchange project with your school. Write the interview. Follow the prompts.

A:

Introduce yourself and ask if you can have an interview.

B:

Say you have no objection to being interviewed.

A:

Ask about the length of B’s stay.

B:

Give details.

A:

Ask if B has problems following all the different lessons.

B:

Give details.

A:

Ask what B knew about your country before coming here.

B:

Give details.

A:

Ask if B misses his/her country/friends, etc.

B:

Give details.

End the interview in a suitable way.

b Imagine you are interviewing a foreign student for your school magazine. He/She is on an exchange project with your school and is staying with a local family. Introduce yourself, then write the interview. Follow the prompts.

• personal information

• length of stay

• host family: differences in lifestyles and food

• the experience in your school

• stereotypes about your country before visiting the country

• perception of different cultural influences in your country

• example of cultural differences in the country of origin

End the interview in a suitable way.

 

c. A and B meet at a friend’s party. Write the dialogue. Follow the prompts.

A:

You meet B after a long time. Express surprise.

B:

Give reasons for the long absence.

A:

Ask if B is still seeing his/her girlfriend/boyfriend.

B:

Give details about breaking up.

A:

Ask what B is doing.

B:

Give details.

A:

Find an excuse to leave and ask for telephone number / email address.

B:

Give details.

A:

Suggest meeting again.

B:

Suggest having a pizza together.

End the dialogue in a suitable way.

 

d. A and B haven’t met for a long time. Write the dialogue. Follow the prompts.Give details.

• Exchange greetings.

• Talk about the last time they saw each other.

• Say what they have done in the meantime.

• Say what they heard about each other.

• Talk about a mutual friend.

• Say what they are doing.

• Talk about their plans after school.

• Talk about an invitation to a friend’s party.

End the dialogue in a suitable way.

From -  Cambridge University Press and Loescher Editore 2005

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