Receiving Guests

Receiving Guests

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Do you like visiting your friends? 
What do you say first when you come to someone's place? 
What do your friend says when he or she opens the door? 

Listen to this podcast to learn some usefull phrases for receiving guests!

Voiced by Vera Sokolova and Christina Kristian

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Receiving Guests

- Hi!
- Hello, welcome! Come in!
- Wow, you have such a nice house!
- Thank you. Make yourself at home.
- Here, this is for you.
- Oh, thank you! You didn't have to bring flowers.
- Yes, I did. Thank you for inviting me.

- This is our living room.
- It's so big! I love your taste in furniture!
- And this is my bedroom. Please excuse the mess.
- Oh, it's nothing, really.
- The kitchen is this way. And the bathroom is down the hall.
- Thank you for the tour.

- Excuse me?
- Yes?
- Could you show me the way to the bathroom again, please?
- Oh, of course. This way. Second door on the left.
- Thank you. And how do I turn on the light?
- The switch is over here in the corner.
- Thanks.

- Kate… it's so quiet. Where are the kids?
- Uh-oh… no idea.
- We need to find them! It's not good if it's quiet.
- Right. So off we go! Maybe they're in their room?
- Kelly? Michael? Where are you?
- They're not in here.
- There's no one here, either.
- Oh, here they are! They're hiding with their father!

- Kate, would you like a snack?
- Um, maybe. Okay.
- What do you want? We have peanut-butter sandwiches, some bananas and tea with cookies.
- I'll go with the sandwiches. And what about you?
- I think I'll just drink some tea. Let's go to the kitchen, then?

- Thank you so much for inviting me over.
- Thank you for coming.
- It's my pleasure. You must really come and see my place some of these days.
- I'm looking forward to it.