字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello and welcome everyone. This is Minoo at Anglo-Link. Today we've prepared another lesson on conversational English for you. And the topic we have chosen for you is Telephoning. As usual, we're going to look at both formal and informal expressions in this context. The first dialogue is in the context of calling a friend, and in the second dialogue, we'll listen to someone calling a law firm. After you've heard both dialogues, we're going to compare them sentence by sentence, so you can become aware of the differences in styles and expressions, and we will finish with a gap filling exercise to get you to practise these dialogues more actively and memorise some of the useful expressions in them. By the end of the lesson, you will have a nice selection of both formal and informal expressions to make phone calls. Now. I'd like you to make sure that you watch this video till the very end, because at the end of the lesson, I'm going to come back and introduce you to our prize draw, which I would really like all of you to participate in. So, when you're ready, we can begin with the lesson. Welcome back everyone. I hope you enjoyed the lesson. Ok! It's now time for our prize draw. This week's prize is a free Premium Plus membership on our website anglo-link.com. Now, this level of membership will give you access to hundreds of online exercises with immediate corrections, and also the sound track of every question and every answer. It's a really great way of practising and assimilating all the grammar points and the expressions that we teach you on our website, and at the same time, improving your pronunciation, your listening and your fluency. So it's a really great prize! The only thing you need to do to enter this prize draw is to make a comment in the section below. It can be a comment about which part of the video you enjoyed most, or it can be a question. It can be a suggestion for our next video. As long as you make a comment, you will be entered into our prize draw. And we will announce a winner at random. Well, I hope you've enjoyed the lesson and please don't forget to like and subscribe. I look forward to seeing you in our next video. Bye Now!