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Companion Worksheet -https://everydayspeech.com/?wpdmdl=5847 When we talk to someone, we should make eye contact with them so they don't get confused. That way they'll know we're talking to them and we're interested in what they have to say.
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Madison is so excited about the science museum, she keeps talking over Haley, who gets upset. Madison learns about the conversation stoplight - it's red when the other person is talking, and turns green when they are done.
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Jack and Haley are talking about a party they are going to, when Haley has a thought about her brother's dog. She wants to talk about that, but Jack is confused, because they were talking about the party. Haley learns that to stay on ...
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Asking a question during a conversation is a great way to keep it going, but if we ask really obvious questions, it might make others confused or annoyed. We should think about what we know about the person and the topic.