Dialogue 8 Indah: Hey Hanna! I`d like to talk to you about something. Hanna: Hey Indah! What`s the matter? Indah: You know it`s Julian`s birthday tomorrow? I want to give him a new pair of shoes as a gift. How do you feel about that? Hanna: Oh really? I knew it! It`s a good idea, but I see he already has a lot of shoes. What if you buy him a new watch? I see him putting on the same watch as every day. Indah: Oh yes, that`s a really good idea! Thank you, Hanna. Hanna: You`re welcome, Indah. Here is the example of a very short dialogue between points of convergence and disagreements in the dialogue: we should not worry about things we cannot control. In many English conversations, we often say that we agree or disagree. There are many ways to express points of convergence or differences of opinion, and the ones we use depend on our degree of approval or disagreement. Here is a list of some general expressions: The underlined expression expresses ….
A. Sympathy B. Possibility C. Disagreement D. Uncertainty Expressions of Consent and Disagreement The following expressions are often used to express agreement and disagreement in daily conversations that you can often hear. 1. Expression of contract. Okay, it means that if you feel agree on a particular idea or opinion.
You can say table 10. The most common match patterns, which consist of 2 events. “I say that with the respect it deserves, but… is a great way to explain a disagreement, especially in a professional or formal environment. Finishing a conversation when it becomes too uncomfortable or if the other person always repeats the same points is a good idea. This shows that the person is not really interested in changing their mind or accepting your other point of view, so there is no point in continuing the conversation at this point. This phrase is generally used as a strong, formal and very polite expression for disagreements. Among the many possible observations, we point out only the role of blinking: there is usually as an accompaniment agreement, either its beginning or its end (although with fewer incidents, the same goes for disagreements). The beginning of the agreement is also strongly related to “e,down”, that is, the spokesperson stops looking down – look up effectively, it will most likely touch the eyes of the agent. If the speaker often begins to look down (“b,down”), as he begins to accept, this may suggest a moment of reflection and, ultimately, it is the turn to continue the conversation.
I want to learn to speak English by communicating with someone via Skype, I have perfected writing and reading, I want to be a conversation with all those who speak in English Kakavé, C.