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PostSubject: A very big list of typical classroom language   18th October 2015, 3:43 pm

- Line up quietly please
- I want you to be on your best behaviour today
- We will not start until everybody is ready
- Settle down please
- Behave yourself
- A little less chat please
- Stop talking please
- Be quiet please
- Why are you talking?
- I ́m waiting for everyone to be quiet
- Stop what you ́re doing and listen please
- If you listened as much as you talk you ́d be brilliant!
- Could you please not talk when I ́m talking?
- I ́m not going to put up with your noise any longer!
- Can I have your attention please?
- Do I need to ask you in a different language?
- Did you hear what I said?
- How many times do I have to say ...?
- I shouldn ́t have to say this more than once!
- Do you have a problem?
- Would you care to repeat that?
- I beg your pardon!
- Don ́t answer back!
- Have you no manners?
- Tuck your shirt in!
- Do your tie up!
- Tie your shoelaces please!
- Be sensible!
- Take your hands out of your pockets!
- Turn round/face the front please
- Put your hands up!
- Don’t shout out!
- Stop rocking on the chair!
- Stop fidgetting around please!
- Stop messing about please
- Stop giggling please
- Stop fiddling with your pen please
- Stop being silly
- Can you swap places with Jo Bloggs please?
- Don ́t make a fuss please
- Put your chewing gum in the bin please
- Please make an effort to be here on time
- Get on with your work please!
- I expect more maturity
- The joke is over!
- Would you like to spend your break time with me?
- See me after the lesson
- You ́ve got a detention!
- You need to catch up with your missing (home)work
- This is not your best work
- Please try harder/make more of an effort next time
- This looks messy
- You can do better than that
- Rule off
- Do it in rough/pencil first
- Leave a line
- Please hand in your books by next Tuesday
- Stand behind your chairs please
- You may pack away now

(sent by Concha Solano)

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PostSubject: Re: A very big list of typical classroom language   22nd November 2015, 7:31 pm

Here are some CL.

Have you done your homework?
Juan isn’t here today. He is not well.
Have you got a pencil? Can I borrow your rubber?
Can you lend me a rubber, please?
Ready? Let’s start. David, you start.
What did you say Juan?
Just a moment. Wait a minute. Hold on a second.

Thank you for sharing Fai.

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