posted by John on .
Let's play the building names game.
Four of you come up here. Are there any volunteers? OK. You, you, you and you, come to the front. You should introduce yourselves. First, you should say your name. Then you add your personality or specialty. For example: Hello, my name is Tom. I am generous.
Then the other students sitting should say: Hi, Tom. Nice to meet you.
When the four students finish introducing themselves, one of you should come up here and introduce four students who introduced themselves. So what you have to do is to try to remember your friends' names, and personalities or specialties. If the student does not introduce a student correctly. The right student, who introduced himself or herself, should say: Excuse me. I'm not (generous). After that, the student should introduce him or her again and should go on introducing the other students. OK? Are you following me?
The students who introduce the other students should use the following expressions.
Hi, my name is Tim. I'd like to introduce my friends. This is Emily. She is stingy. This is Jacob. He likes social studies.
OK. Good job. Go back to your seats.
(Would you check the expressions of the activity? Correct errors, please.)
Most looks very good. Here a couple of things I'd change. (They're pretty minor!)
...Then you add your...
~~>I'd delete "you" since it's a repetition from the sentence before.
So what you have to do is to try to remember your friends' names, and personalities or specialties.
~~>I'd remove "try to" and the comma after "names."
Nice job overall!