Listen to introductions at a dinner party to practise and improve your listening skills.

Do the preparation task first. Then listen to the audio and do the exercises.




I rarely meet new people, because of my office have not the referred clients.

I meet new people every two months.

I meet new people frequently, because of my job as a doctor.

I hardly ever meet new people

I can't say any time correctly but I think each Friday. We have a friendly meeting on every Friday.

Hello ,meeting peuple it is vert interesting bécasse you must change your experience witty them.

I hardly ever meet new people, because in my job i only meet my colleagues.

Not very often, because I don't leave my house frequently. But, when I'll finish my university study, I think I'll meet many people.

Hello. Is it mistake in first task - “do you know Alyssa” instead “do you remember Alyssa” ?

Hello Ransom
'Do you know Alyssa?' is also grammatically correct here, but is not as specific as
'Do you remember Alyssa?'
In general, we say 'Do you know ...?' when we don't know if the other person has met the other person. In this case, Charles knows that Julian met Alyssa, which is why he says 'Do you remember Alyssa?' instead.
All the best
The LearnEnglish Team