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English conversation phrases and expressions for speaking practice. Free-business english_English vocabulary for presentations. Meeting People and Socialising. Roleplays. Home study roleplayers teachers writers forums help content log out log in Choose a Roleplay Page Chat ( See other chats ) • Hi — 2 months ago by Jaeramy [delete] • hi — 2 months ago by nane [delete] • Is there any one here — 2 months ago by nane [delete] English-learning resources by type - role-play exercises. Subject & title: {*style:<b>Practical English: Air Travel Reservations (airline) / Do you have any flights to Sydney next Tuesday afternoon?

English-learning resources by type - role-play exercises

</b>*} Resource type: Level: Confirmation of flight reservation / I´d like to reconfirm my flight </b>*} Resource type: Learning English. Negotiations: Challenge. ROLEPLAYS-ESL speaking activities: communicative activities for oral fluency. These speaking activities include ESL role-plays (roleplays), Find someone who... speaking activities, information gap activities, examination rubrics for ESL oral tests, and discussion questions.

ROLEPLAYS-ESL speaking activities: communicative activities for oral fluency

Most of these are ESL speaking activities that I've created, used, and liked. Brazilian & American cultural difference - a roleplay in which a cultural misunderstanding must be overcome in order for the speakers' relationship to move forward. Intercultural communication conflict resolution - a roleplay for introducing and practicing the 4 cross cultural conflict resolution steps. Personal questions - students practice conflict resolution when one asks questions that are considered personal in the other's culture. Roleplays & drama games for ESL teachers. Presentations in English - Language. Simplicity and Clarity If you want your audience to understand your message, your language must be simple and clear.

Presentations in English - Language

Use short words and short sentences. Do not use jargon, unless you are certain that your audience understands it. In general, talk about concrete facts rather than abstract ideas. Use active verbs instead of passive verbs.