EXPRESSION OF OFFERS (Ekspresi Menawarkan)

Expression used are

Offering help

  • Can/may I help you?
  • What can I do for you?
  • Do you want me to joint us?
  • Would you like me to ….
  • Let me …
  • I’ll …. if you ‘d like
  • I’ll be happy to ….. if you ‘d like
  • I’d be glag to ……. if you ‘d like
  • Shall I …………….?
  • Would you like me to……………..?
  • Would you like ……………..?

Offering Something

Ø  Can I get you something to drink?

Ø  Would you like something to drink?

Ø  Do like …..

Ø  Do like …. or …..

Ø  Do you wont …..

Ø  Do you take ….. or ….

Ø  May I give you ……

Ø  Would you like some candies?

Ø  Would you like to have dinner with me?

Ø  Oh yes, I’d love to.

Ø  That sounds nice.

Ø  That’s very kind of you.

Ø  Oh, thank you. Yes, please

Offering to friends

  • Want some?
  • Have some.
  • Chocolate?
  • Glass of lemonade?
  • Grab some for yourself.
  • Would you like to have a pancake?
  • Why don’t you have some lemonade?
  • What can I get for you?
  • What will you have?

Offering to older people:

  • Would you like a cup of coffee, Mr. Green?
  • Should I get you a bottle of water?
  • Could I offer you a glass of lemonade, Mrs. Lina?
  • Would you care for some salad?

Accepting an Offer

  • Yes, please
  • Yes, of course
  • Of cours I can
  • That’s very kind of you
  • I appreciated that
  • That would be marvelous
  • Thank you
  • Thanks a lot
  • Thanks, I’d love to
  • Many thanks
  • Yes, please
  • I’d like it very much
  • Thank you, I would
  • That would be very nice

Refusing an Offer

  • That’s very kind of you but I can do it myself. Thank’s anyway
  • I appreciate that but I can do it myself
  • That would be marvelous but I can do it myself
  • Thank you for your kindness but I can do it myself
  • Please don’t be bother (yourself)
  • I’m sorry …..
  • I’m sorry I can’t. I have to …
  • Oh, I’d love to, but I don’t
  • think I can’t. It’s all right.
  • I can …
  • No, thanks.
  • No, I really won’t thank you.
  • Not for me, thanks.
  • No, thanks. I’m not hungry.

Posted on April 19, 2012, in EXPRESSION OF OFFERS (Ekspresi Menawarkan), KINDS OF EXPRESSION. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Komentar.

  1. that’s right … i like this

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