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Ministério da Educação - Programa Idiomas sem Fronteiras

Produção Oral: Interações Acadêmicas


A2 – 16 Horas

Decide if the dialogues below are formal (F) or informal (I). Then identify the typical expressions of
each type.

DIALOGUE 1 _____
Mathew: Hello!
John: Hey, it’s me! How are you?
Mathew: Hi John! I’m good, and you?
John: I’m great! Hey, do you still get along with that Italian dude?
Mathew: You mean, Sebastian? Yeah, we’re in the chess club.
John: Nice! Do you have his phone number? I have a project on Italian culture to do. I’d like to talk to him.
Mathew: Sure! Why don’t you come and play chess with us tonight?
John: Cool! See you later!

DIALOGUE 2 _____
James: Good morning, Professor Austen. How are you doing?
Prof. Austen: Good morning, James. I’m doing well. And you?
James: I’m great, thank you. This is my friend Emma. She is thinking about applying to this college. She has a few questions.
Would you mind telling us about the process, please?
Prof.: Hello, Emma! It’s a pleasure to meet you. I’m more than happy to speak with you. Please stop by my office next week.
Emma: It’s a pleasure to meet you, professor. Thank you so much for helping us.
Prof.: Don’t mention it. Hopefully, I will be able to answer your questions!

DIALOGUE 3 _____
Anna: Hey!
Lia: Hi, Anna!
Anna: What’s up?
Lia: I forgot my material at home. Can I borrow your Math book?
Anna: Sure! It’s on my desk. You can take it.
Lia: Thank you! See you later.
Anna: Bye!

DIALOGUE 4 _____
Maria: Good morning, this is Maria, Professor Austen’s student. May I speak to her, please?
Secretary: Good morning, hold on please. I’ll put you through.
Maria: Thank you.
Secretary: You’re welcome.
Secretary: I’m terribly sorry, Prof. Austen is not available at the moment. Would you like to leave a message?
Maria: Yes please. Could you tell her that Maria called?
Secretary: Yes, of course.
Maria: Thank you very much, good day! Goodbye!

DIALOGUE 5 _____ DIALOGUE 6 _____


Tom: Excuse me. Receptionist: Hello. What’s your name?
Teacher: Hello. Are you Tomas Hank? Tom: Tom
Tom: Yes. Nice to meet you. Receptionist: Are you Tom Banks?
Teacher: Nice to meet you. Tom: No, I’m not. I’m Tom King.
Tom: Am I late? Receptionist: You’re in room 2.
Teacher: Yes, you are, but that’s no problem. Tom: Ok. Thank you.
Tom: Sorry! Thank you!

Reference: RICHARD, Jack C. Passages: Textbooks for foreign speakers. Cambridge University Press, 2010