Meeting People and Talking to Strangers

Do you like meeting people?

Do you talk to strangers?

Introductions

Sometimes we give our name when we speak to people but sometimes we don’t.
Sometimes we give our name when we speak to people who we don’t know, but sometimes we don’t.

Sometimes giving your name or being formal can be a conversation stopper.

Cowboy Metaphor

A stranger rode into town. A tall dark stranger rode into town. He got off his bike and looked around. he parked the bike in front of the supermarket. He parked it then he walked down a catwalk to a little restaurant under Pillar Seventeen. He walked in and sat on a stool at the bar and he ordered beer and sushi and he sat and ate and chewed.

Past Simple Tense

What did he eat?
What did he drink?

Past Continuous Tense

What was he wearing?

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