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ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 2: Friendly American English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Yo = Hello
  • What’s up? = How are you?
  • Not much = I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier What’s up?)

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 6:52 to 11:25 [4 minutes 33 seconds] to see the “Friendly American English Greeting” explained by Mr. Danoff!
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Slides

  • Please click through the 3 slides below in the gallery and read the captions below to go over the Friendly American English Greeting again.
  • A: “Yo.”
  • B: “Yo.”
  • A: “What’s up?”
  • B: “Not much. You?”
  • A: “Not much.”

Exercise

  • For the following 3 people, please say which greeting is appropriate: “International English” or “Friendly American English.”
    • Your Math teacher
    • Your boss at work
    • Your American college roommate
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Copyright Notes

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ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 2: Friendly American English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Yo = Hello
  • What’s up? = How are you?
  • Not much = I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier What’s up?)

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 6:52 to 11:25 [4 minutes 33 seconds] to see the “Friendly American English Greeting” explained by Mr. Danoff!
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Slides

  • Please click through the 3 slides below in the gallery and read the captions below to go over the Friendly American English Greeting again.
  • A: “Yo.”
  • B: “Yo.”
  • A: “What’s up?”
  • B: “Not much. You?”
  • A: “Not much.”

Exercise

  • For the following 3 people, please say which greeting is appropriate: “International English” or “Friendly American English.”
    • Your Math teacher
    • Your boss at work
    • Your American college roommate
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Copyright Notes

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 2: Friendly American English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Yo = Hello
  • What’s up? = How are you?
  • Not much = I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier What’s up?)

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 6:52 to 11:25 [4 minutes 33 seconds] to see the “Friendly American English Greeting” explained by Mr. Danoff!
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Slides

  • Please click through the 3 slides below in the gallery and read the captions below to go over the Friendly American English Greeting again.
  • A: “Yo.”
  • B: “Yo.”
  • A: “What’s up?”
  • B: “Not much. You?”
  • A: “Not much.”

Exercise

  • For the following 3 people, please say which greeting is appropriate: “International English” or “Friendly American English.”
    • Your Math teacher
    • Your boss at work
    • Your American college roommate
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Copyright Notes

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 2: Friendly American English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Yo = Hello
  • What’s up? = How are you?
  • Not much = I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier What’s up?)

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 6:52 to 11:25 [4 minutes 33 seconds] to see the “Friendly American English Greeting” explained by Mr. Danoff!
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Slides

  • Please click through the 3 slides below in the gallery and read the captions below to go over the Friendly American English Greeting again.
  • A: “Yo.”
  • B: “Yo.”
  • A: “What’s up?”
  • B: “Not much. You?”
  • A: “Not much.”

Exercise

  • For the following 3 people, please say which greeting is appropriate: “International English” or “Friendly American English.”
    • Your Math teacher
    • Your boss at work
    • Your American college roommate
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Copyright Notes

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 2: Friendly American English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Yo = Hello
  • What’s up? = How are you?
  • Not much = I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier What’s up?)

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 6:52 to 11:25 [4 minutes 33 seconds] to see the “Friendly American English Greeting” explained by Mr. Danoff!
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Slides

  • Please click through the 3 slides below in the gallery and read the captions below to go over the Friendly American English Greeting again.
  • A: “Yo.”
  • B: “Yo.”
  • A: “What’s up?”
  • B: “Not much. You?”
  • A: “Not much.”

Exercise

  • For the following 3 people, please say which greeting is appropriate: “International English” or “Friendly American English.”
    • Your Math teacher
    • Your boss at work
    • Your American college roommate
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Copyright Notes

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 2: Friendly American English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Yo = Hello
  • What’s up? = How are you?
  • Not much = I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier What’s up?)

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 6:52 to 11:25 [4 minutes 33 seconds] to see the “Friendly American English Greeting” explained by Mr. Danoff!
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Slides

  • Please click through the 3 slides below in the gallery and read the captions below to go over the Friendly American English Greeting again.
  • A: “Yo.”
  • B: “Yo.”
  • A: “What’s up?”
  • B: “Not much. You?”
  • A: “Not much.”

Exercise

  • For the following 3 people, please say which greeting is appropriate: “International English” or “Friendly American English.”
    • Your Math teacher
    • Your boss at work
    • Your American college roommate
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Copyright Notes

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 2: Friendly American English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Yo = Hello
  • What’s up? = How are you?
  • Not much = I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier What’s up?)

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 6:52 to 11:25 [4 minutes 33 seconds] to see the “Friendly American English Greeting” explained by Mr. Danoff!
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Slides

  • Please click through the 3 slides below in the gallery and read the captions below to go over the Friendly American English Greeting again.
  • A: “Yo.”
  • B: “Yo.”
  • A: “What’s up?”
  • B: “Not much. You?”
  • A: “Not much.”

Exercise

  • For the following 3 people, please say which greeting is appropriate: “International English” or “Friendly American English.”
    • Your Math teacher
    • Your boss at work
    • Your American college roommate
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Copyright Notes

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 2: Friendly American English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Yo = Hello
  • What’s up? = How are you?
  • Not much = I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier What’s up?)

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 6:52 to 11:25 [4 minutes 33 seconds] to see the “Friendly American English Greeting” explained by Mr. Danoff!
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Slides

  • Please click through the 3 slides below in the gallery and read the captions below to go over the Friendly American English Greeting again.
  • A: “Yo.”
  • B: “Yo.”
  • A: “What’s up?”
  • B: “Not much. You?”
  • A: “Not much.”

Exercise

  • For the following 3 people, please say which greeting is appropriate: “International English” or “Friendly American English.”
    • Your Math teacher
    • Your boss at work
    • Your American college roommate
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Copyright Notes

ENG 099 Conversational American English (Dec. 2012) Atom 2: Friendly American English Greeting

Vocabulary

  • Yo = Hello
  • What’s up? = How are you?
  • Not much = I’m fine. = Fine, thank you.
  • You? = And you? (as a response to an earlier What’s up?)

Video

  • Please watch and take notes on the video below from 6:52 to 11:25 [4 minutes 33 seconds] to see the “Friendly American English Greeting” explained by Mr. Danoff!
  • If you can’t see the video below, click here to watch it on YouTube.

Slides

  • Please click through the 3 slides below in the gallery and read the captions below to go over the Friendly American English Greeting again.
  • A: “Yo.”
  • B: “Yo.”
  • A: “What’s up?”
  • B: “Not much. You?”
  • A: “Not much.”

Exercise

  • For the following 3 people, please say which greeting is appropriate: “International English” or “Friendly American English.”
    • Your Math teacher
    • Your boss at work
    • Your American college roommate
  • Please leave your answer in the comments, or via Facebook, P2PU and/or Wikiversity.

Copyright Notes