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Meeting face-to-face

In this video, Noelia and Vanya meet each other for the first time. Listen to the language they use for meeting face-to-face and practise saying the useful phrases.

Do the preparation exercise first. Then watch the video and do the exercises to check your understanding and practise the language.

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Intermediate: B1

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Definitely I'll show her all the good places to get good and local food, and maybe the bars nearby and where the malls are too.

I would show the tourisctics places, the ancient places, and plces where he or she can eat and drink a coffee

Hi i don't understand what that mean " It's great to put a face to a name"

Hi masumeh,

We say this when we meet someone for the first time who we have spoken with or written to.

For example, you might write emails to someone for a period of time. You know the person as you have communicated with them and you know their name. When you finally see then you can put a face to their name. It's a way of saying 'now I know what you look like!'

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

I would like to show them the best restaurant in the area, the right place to buy groceries at a cheap price, & the best destination to hangout with friends.

I would like to show my newest friend some chill spots around my area the next time he visits provided I can spare some time

I would like to show my boyfriend a nice place here in Lisbon, its called Praça de comércio. and i will invite him to eat pastel de nata, it is the best sweet i have ever eaten in Portugal.

My town is small. We do not have great places to see here. I will show you the river coast, we have a nice park around it. But be careful, I suggest people visit it during the day or at night if it is crowd because it can be dangerous if you are by yourself because there is a poor neighborhood near it and people who live there usually take your stuff away. a River where you have trees and you can swim better than in the sea.

I had showed the churchs around.

I would show you the meeting room, your workstation, the cafeteria and restrooms.

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