ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting (Revision: December 14, 2012 at 23:53)


ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Hello
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • Thank you
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier How are you?)
  • Fine, too.

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 3:00 to 6:36 [2 min. 36 seconds]. Mr. Danoff explains the world famous “International English Greeting!”
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Video 2: Lecture 1 from 3:00 to 6:36 via YouTube. Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Slides

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 1 of 3Figure 1: International English Greeting Slide 1 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights dedicated to the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. 

  • A: “Hello.”
  • B: “Hello.”

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 2 of 3Figure 2: International English Greeting Slide 2 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “How are you?”
  • B: “Fine, thank you. You?” (Same meaning as “Fine, thank you. And you?”)

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 3 of 3

Figure 3: International English Greeting Slide 3 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “Fine, too, thank you.”

Exercise

  • Between “International English” or “Friendly American English” which greeting do you prefer? (1 to 3 sentences)
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

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ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Hello
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • Thank you
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier How are you?)
  • Fine, too.

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 3:00 to 6:36 [2 min. 36 seconds]. Mr. Danoff explains the world famous “International English Greeting!”
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Video 2: Lecture 1 from 3:00 to 6:36 via YouTube. Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Slides

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 1 of 3Figure 1: International English Greeting Slide 1 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights dedicated to the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. 

  • A: “Hello.”
  • B: “Hello.”

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 2 of 3Figure 2: International English Greeting Slide 2 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “How are you?”
  • B: “Fine, thank you. You?” (Same meaning as “Fine, thank you. And you?”)

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 3 of 3

Figure 3: International English Greeting Slide 3 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “Fine, too, thank you.”

Exercise

  • Between “International English” or “Friendly American English” which greeting do you prefer? (1 to 3 sentences)
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Please respect the copyright plus terms and conditions of all links and media not by Charlie Danoff. Atom Text Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff. Rights given a CC Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.


ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Hello
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • Thank you
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier How are you?)
  • Fine, too.

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 3:00 to 6:36 [2 min. 36 seconds]. Mr. Danoff explains the world famous “International English Greeting!”
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Video 2: Lecture 1 from 3:00 to 6:36 via YouTube. Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Slides

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 1 of 3Figure 1: International English Greeting Slide 1 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights dedicated to the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. 

  • A: “Hello.”
  • B: “Hello.”

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 2 of 3Figure 2: International English Greeting Slide 2 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “How are you?”
  • B: “Fine, thank you. You?” (Same meaning as “Fine, thank you. And you?”)

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 3 of 3

Figure 3: International English Greeting Slide 3 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “Fine, too, thank you.”

Exercise

  • Between “International English” or “Friendly American English” which greeting do you prefer? (1 to 3 sentences)
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Please respect the copyright plus terms and conditions of all links and media not by Charlie Danoff. Atom Text Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff. Rights given a CC Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.


ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Hello
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • Thank you
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier How are you?)
  • Fine, too.

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 3:00 to 6:36 [2 min. 36 seconds]. Mr. Danoff explains the world famous “International English Greeting!”
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Video 2: Lecture 1 from 3:00 to 6:36 via YouTube. Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Slides

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 1 of 3Figure 1: International English Greeting Slide 1 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights dedicated to the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. 

  • A: “Hello.”
  • B: “Hello.”

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 2 of 3Figure 2: International English Greeting Slide 2 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “How are you?”
  • B: “Fine, thank you. You?” (Same meaning as “Fine, thank you. And you?”)

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 3 of 3

Figure 3: International English Greeting Slide 3 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “Fine, too, thank you.”

Exercise

  • Between “International English” or “Friendly American English” which greeting do you prefer? (1 to 3 sentences)
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Please respect the copyright plus terms and conditions of all links and media not by Charlie Danoff. Atom Text Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff. Rights given a CC Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.


ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Hello
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • Thank you
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier How are you?)
  • Fine, too.

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 3:00 to 6:36 [2 min. 36 seconds]. Mr. Danoff explains the world famous “International English Greeting!”
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Video 2: Lecture 1 from 3:00 to 6:36 via YouTube. Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Slides

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 1 of 3Figure 1: International English Greeting Slide 1 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights dedicated to the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. 

  • A: “Hello.”
  • B: “Hello.”

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 2 of 3Figure 2: International English Greeting Slide 2 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “How are you?”
  • B: “Fine, thank you. You?” (Same meaning as “Fine, thank you. And you?”)

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 3 of 3

Figure 3: International English Greeting Slide 3 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “Fine, too, thank you.”

Exercise

  • Between “International English” or “Friendly American English” which greeting do you prefer? (1 to 3 sentences)
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Please respect the copyright plus terms and conditions of all links and media not by Charlie Danoff. Atom Text Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff. Rights given a CC Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.


ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Hello
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • Thank you
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier How are you?)
  • Fine, too.

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 3:00 to 6:36 [2 min. 36 seconds]. Mr. Danoff explains the world famous “International English Greeting!”
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Video 2: Lecture 1 from 3:00 to 6:36 via YouTube. Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Slides

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 1 of 3Figure 1: International English Greeting Slide 1 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights dedicated to the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. 

  • A: “Hello.”
  • B: “Hello.”

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 2 of 3Figure 2: International English Greeting Slide 2 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “How are you?”
  • B: “Fine, thank you. You?” (Same meaning as “Fine, thank you. And you?”)

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 3 of 3

Figure 3: International English Greeting Slide 3 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “Fine, too, thank you.”

Exercise

  • Between “International English” or “Friendly American English” which greeting do you prefer? (1 to 3 sentences)
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Please respect the copyright plus terms and conditions of all links and media not by Charlie Danoff. Atom Text Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff. Rights given a CC Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.


ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Hello
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • Thank you
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier How are you?)
  • Fine, too.

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 3:00 to 6:36 [2 min. 36 seconds]. Mr. Danoff explains the world famous “International English Greeting!”
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Video 2: Lecture 1 from 3:00 to 6:36 via YouTube. Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Slides

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 1 of 3Figure 1: International English Greeting Slide 1 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights dedicated to the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. 

  • A: “Hello.”
  • B: “Hello.”

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 2 of 3Figure 2: International English Greeting Slide 2 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “How are you?”
  • B: “Fine, thank you. You?” (Same meaning as “Fine, thank you. And you?”)

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 3 of 3

Figure 3: International English Greeting Slide 3 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “Fine, too, thank you.”

Exercise

  • Between “International English” or “Friendly American English” which greeting do you prefer? (1 to 3 sentences)
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Please respect the copyright plus terms and conditions of all links and media not by Charlie Danoff. Atom Text Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff. Rights given a CC Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.


ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Hello
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • Thank you
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier How are you?)
  • Fine, too.

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 3:00 to 6:36 [2 min. 36 seconds]. Mr. Danoff explains the world famous “International English Greeting!”
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Video 2: Lecture 1 from 3:00 to 6:36 via YouTube. Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Slides

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 1 of 3Figure 1: International English Greeting Slide 1 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights dedicated to the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. 

  • A: “Hello.”
  • B: “Hello.”

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 2 of 3Figure 2: International English Greeting Slide 2 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “How are you?”
  • B: “Fine, thank you. You?” (Same meaning as “Fine, thank you. And you?”)

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 3 of 3

Figure 3: International English Greeting Slide 3 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “Fine, too, thank you.”

Exercise

  • Between “International English” or “Friendly American English” which greeting do you prefer? (1 to 3 sentences)
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Please respect the copyright plus terms and conditions of all links and media not by Charlie Danoff. Atom Text Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff. Rights given a CC Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.


ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Hello
  • How are you?
  • I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • Thank you
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier How are you?)
  • Fine, too.

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 3:00 to 6:36 [2 min. 36 seconds]. Mr. Danoff explains the world famous “International English Greeting!”
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Video 2: Lecture 1 from 3:00 to 6:36 via YouTube. Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Slides

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 1 of 3Figure 1: International English Greeting Slide 1 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching Laboratory. Rights dedicated to the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. 

  • A: “Hello.”
  • B: “Hello.”

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 2 of 3Figure 2: International English Greeting Slide 2 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “How are you?”
  • B: “Fine, thank you. You?” (Same meaning as “Fine, thank you. And you?”)

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 1: International English Greeting - Figure 3 of 3

Figure 3: International English Greeting Slide 3 of 3 via Wikimedia CommonsCopyright © 2011 by Charlie Danoff/Mr. Danoff’s Teaching LaboratoryRights dedicated to the Public Domain by author under the CC0 PD Dedication. 

  • A: “Fine, too, thank you.”

Exercise

  • Between “International English” or “Friendly American English” which greeting do you prefer? (1 to 3 sentences)
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Please respect the copyright plus terms and conditions of all links and media not by Charlie Danoff. Atom Text Copyright © 2012 by Charlie Danoff. Rights given a CC Zero 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.