· a greeting;
· some words about who you are and where you are from (name; place of origin / where you live);
· your occupation;
· your likes and dislikes;
· your hobbies;
· your dreams or plans for the future.
40. Work in pairs following the instruction:
Student A. Think about a famous person you know something about(an artist, a musician, a politician ...).Write down in note form some details of their life (date and place of birth; what sort of family he/she was born into; education; career; first job; what he/she was famous for, etc.). Bring your notes to the lesson.
· Do not reveal their identity. Use he or she.
Student B. Ask student A questions to find out as much as you can about the famous person and try to guess his/her name.
Read and learn how “social language rules” work in English.