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PostSubject: Classroom Language: Not time to stop   29th November 2015, 9:33 pm

Not time to stop.

“The bell hasn’t gone yet.”/ “I don’t remember hearing a bell”
“There are still two minutes to go.”
“We still have a couple of minutes left.”
“The lesson doesn’t finish till five past.”
“Your watch must be fast.”
“One more thing before you go.”
“Wait a minute/ Hang on a moment/ Just hold on a moment/ Stay where you are for a moment/ Just a moment, please. / Just a sec/ Just a second/ Wait for it!”
“(Go) back to your places/ Where are you going?/ Where do you think you are going?/ Don’t you think you are jumping the gun?”
“As we still have a couple of minutes left, we’ll…”
“You can’t go until you all…”
“Why are you packing your bags already?”
“Did anyone tell you to pack your bags?”/ “Did I say you can go?… I thought not”
“Patience!”

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Not time to stop   29th November 2015, 9:33 pm

Nearly time to stop

“Five minutes to the end of the test. (If anyone has finished early you can leave/ please sit quietly until everyone has finished)”
“Okay, just one more time and that’s it.”
“Okay, (this is the) last time”
“This is the last round of the game, (so if you get a point it will be a draw and if you don’t the other team will win)”
“Did any groups finish the game?”
“Before we go, we just have to…”
“Oh, whoops. That’s the bell already/ Is it that time already? Before you go, we have to… It’ll only take a minute”
“We don’t have time to do the whole thing, so we’ll just do this exercise/ line/ section/ tapescript and then stop”

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PostSubject: Re: Classroom Language: Not time to stop   29th November 2015, 9:34 pm

Time to stop

“Well, only one team can win so there doesn’t seem to be much point in going on”
“That’s all for today”
“We’ve run out of time”
“Is that the bell I hear?”
“Well, you can all stay here and carry on speaking if you like…”
“It’s almost time to stop.”
“I’m afraid it’s time to finish now.”
“We’ll have to stop there.”
“There’s the bell. It’s time to stop.”
“That’s all for today. You can go now.”
“The other class are waiting to get in, so we’d better make a move”
“It’s break time/ Let’s take a break. (Please be back at 10:45)”
“That is the end of the test. Pens and pencils down please. Make sure you have written your name on the front/ on every page. I’ll come round and collect the papers/ Please hand your papers in as you leave. No speaking until all the papers are in, please”
“If no one’s won the game, the person with most cards/ the person nearest the last square is the winner”
“Sorry if everyone didn’t get a chance to play”

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