Tyler: Hello, my name's Tyler,
Sylvia: Hi, I'm Sylvia, Sylvia
Tyler: Nice to meet you, Sylvia.
Sylvia: Nice to meet you too,
Tyler: How are you doing today?
Sylvia: I'm okay, thanks, how
Tyler: I'm fine, thanks.
Sylvia: So, your family name
Tyler: What? Family name?
Sylvia: Yeah, family name...Jones.
Tyler: Oh, you mean my last
Sylvia: Well, in Asia, we call
the second name, the family name.
Your family name is Jones.
Tyler: Oh, okay, because the
whole family has the same name so
you call it family name.
Sylvia: Something like that.
Tyler: In Western countries,
we call it the last name because it
comes after our first name, so, where
I come from, Jones is my last name.
Sylvia: So, Wang is my last
name and family name.
Tyler: And Jones is my family
name AND last name...I got it.
Sylvia: So, you go to this
Tyler: Yeah, hey, didn't I
see you last week with Rachel?
Sylvia: Rachel? Oh, Rachel
Tyler: Yes, she's a friend of
mine from last year.
Sylvia: Oh, okay, Her and I
have the same math class. Sometimes
we study together. She's really smart!
Tyler: She's smart alright and
funny too! Does she still tell a lot
Sylvia: Sometimes, like the
one about the tiger and the clown
and how they went to McDonald's and
ordered a Big Mac and french fries?
Tyler: That's such a funny one!
Sylvia: Oh, hey, Tyler, I have
to go to my next class.
Tyler: Yeah, me too. Say hi
to Karen for me, will you?
Sylvia: Sure, okay, have a
good day, see you around.
Tyler: Yeah, you too, bye.
1) Begin use of formal titles for
adults, both genders, and why (Mr.,
Ms., Mrs., Miss).
2) Review introductions to each other.
3) Review saying goodbye.
4) Continue use of you're, isn't,
that's, wouldn't, how's, etc.