Beginner Dialogues - Giving and Requesting Personal Information

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Beare, Kenneth. "Beginner Dialogues - Giving and Requesting Personal Information." ThoughtCo, Apr. 7, 2017, thoughtco.com/beginner-dialogues-giving-and-requesting-1210038. Beare, Kenneth. (2017, April 7). Beginner Dialogues - Giving and Requesting Personal Information. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/beginner-dialogues-giving-and-requesting-1210038 Beare, Kenneth. "Beginner Dialogues - Giving and Requesting Personal Information." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/beginner-dialogues-giving-and-requesting-1210038 (accessed September 24, 2017).
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Use this role play to practice asking about personal information. Make sure you know how to ask questions with the verb "to be". Personal information includes information about a person's job, marital status, address, phone number, etc. these questions are important when providing information at banks, schools, stores, when taking surveys and more.

Personal Information

What's your surname (family name)?

  • Smith

What's your first name?

  • Fred

Where are you from?

  • Atlanta, Georgia

What's your job?

  • I'm a teacher.

What's your address?

  • 34 White Street

What is your phone number?

  • 308-6730

How old are you?

  • 54

Are you married?

  • Yes, I am.

Key Vocabulary

  • Surname, family name, first name
  • Where are you from?
  • What's your job? address? phone (telephone) number?
  • How old are you?
  • Are you married?
  • Married, single, divorced, separated

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