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Expressions to offer help

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Practice vocabulary and grammar related to how to accept help and refuse help in English.
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An edu video about offering helps accepting help and refusing help politely in English.
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11 minutes 18 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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Vocabulary practice
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
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This resource is intended for:High schoolers
High schoolers
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1. Fill the gap.
Well, it 's very common for English speakers to offer help in the conversation, just to beand
2. Fill the gap.
So this is the way you wouldto offer your help.
3. Fill the gap.
… as we said that can I is a good choice of
4. Fill the gap.
Now always remember the expressions can I and shall I is followed by a
5. Fill the gap.
Now here, you can start by offering help and say , would you like to drinkcoffee?
6. Fill the gap.
… but it is always followed by a, or by awith using the word -, okay, so would you like to drink some coffee?
7. Fill the gap.
Well, that's incorrect, because coffee isnoun.
8. Fill the gap.
So the ones that I've written in orange, they are you well, to respond tothe offers.
9. Fill the gap.
That would be.
10. Fill the gap.
Okay, so rather than being veryby just saying, oh, no.
11. Choose the correct options.
You want to __________ that offer so make sure that you also note your tone.
12. Fill the gap.
I don't, worry I'm, justaat it.
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