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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113873: How are you ?
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Introducing someone [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - On the phone - Interacting with someone - Dialogue : What time...? - Eating out-Vocabulary - Differences between Like and As - One/ They/ People.... - Conditional clauses - Dialogue : On the phone ( formal)
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    1. Good afternoon, it is a pleasure to meet you. My is Andres.

    2. Hello Vincent, where are you from? I am England.

    3. Hello friend, I am happy because I study UNAD University.

    4. Hi Lisa, I would like to know your age, I am forty , and you?

    5. I love to help people, especially children, so I work in a .

    6. Chefs work in restaurants, doctors work in hospitals and teachers work in .

    7. When I meet someone for the first time, the first thing I ask him or her is: your name?

    8. If you want to know the country or city of origin of someone, you must ask him or her: where are you ?

    9. If you want to know the age of someone, you must ask him or her: old are you?

    10. James is a football player, Gabriel Garcia is a writer and Shakira is a .









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