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Introducing people to each other.

Check your introductions of the two speakers, which you based on the recordings entitled 'Introduce yourself!" by listening to this recording. Teachers can expand on these introductions by prompting the students to provide more information about themselves. This recording can also be used together with the handouts entitled "Basic Introductions and Language to Work with in the Classroom" and "Adjectives: an Introduction".

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Introduce yourself!

Listen to the introductions and make notes on the following: the people's name, occupation, nationality, where they are based, etc. Try to collect as many pieces of information about them as you can. Then try to introduce them to someone else. You can check your solution from the audio material posted under the title "Introducing people to each other". Teachers can expand on these introductions by prompting the students to provide more information about themselves. This recording can also be used together with the handouts entitled "Basic Introductions and Language to Work with in the Classroom" and "Adjectives: an Introduction".

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Introducing yourself.

Kinue Snookes, Lecturer in Japanese at the University of Worcester, recaps the main points learnt during one of her lectures in a slide show with audio commentary

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Talking about yourself - Natalia.

Natalia, a German student at the University of Worcester, talks about her background and hobbies. Watch the clip and try to answer the questions on the worksheet.

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This list was generated on Thu Jun 20 18:50:48 2019 BST.