Thursday, July 12, 2007

Meeting People for the First Time

Do you have any ideas on this topic? Listen and write your comments.

6 comments:

  1. I think this is an important topic because many people don't know how to start a conversation with a person that they just met. Some people sound akward when speaking to other people becuase they don't know what they are saying. That is why people should know how to start a conversation with new people.

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  2. I think this is an important topic because many people don't know how to start a conversation with a person that they just met. Some people sound akward when speaking to other people becuase they don't know what they are saying. That is why people should know how to start a conversation with new people.

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  3. It is true for some people sometimes it is a little bit hard to talk to somebody or to make new firends. Because they feel ashamed to talk to somebody else or to start a conversation...

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  4. In my opinion this is a very interesting topic because trying to talk with other people is sometimes hard. In relation to the comment about some books that say we shoould start by saying "Hi, whats your name?.." I think that sometimes it is not considered correct because no one likes a stranger coming to us and asking you what your name is and other details.
    Juan Murillo

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  5. Jorge Luis Gurdian Torrez
    I only have good comments about this topic. I like it first of all because it gives an idea to people that are afraid to speak to meet somebody. It also is teaching us how to speak on different situation, with common expressions. It helps us to know how to start a conversation. It's a good topic that should be more extensive and promoted.

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  6. That’s funny. I’ve never really thought of it. It’s amazing how unnatural we sometimes sound when we’re learning a foreign language.
    It might also affect badly the communicative event.
    Thanks for bringing it up.

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Thanks for posting a comment. I appreciate your interesting in sharing your ideas.

Best,

Randall