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Lesson Objective
Students can greet people whom they meet for the first time naturally, and they can introduce themselves and their friends to others.

1. Drawing attention
2. Introducing myself and my friend
3. Expressing gladness

(Are the expressions above grammatical? If there are any errors, correct them, please?)

4. What is your partner like?
What is your partner's personality
like?

He is friendly.
He is good and friendly.
He is generous.
He is nervous.
He is great.
He is foolish.
He is .......

(Are both answers the same? Which one do you use more? What about the answers? Are they acceptable? Would you add more answers, which are common? More adjectives. Thank you.)

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asked by John
  1. #s 1-3 are all OK.

    All the answers are fine, too. Many more adjectives can be added. To find alternatives to what you have, you can try using a thesaurus - http://www.thesaurus.com

    =)

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