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PostSubject: Classroom Phrases: Teacher → Pupil   30th November 2015, 1:39 am

Teacher → Pupil

Can / could you give out these papers, please
Take one between two, please.
You will have to share.
Would you passe the list round, please.
Will you collect in the homework, please, [name]?
Pass you papers/homework up to the front, please.
Whose turn is it?
I think it's your turn, [name].
Take out your books, and turn to page [number].
Write the sentences into your notebooks.
Copy the exercise into your notebooks.
Come out to the blackboard, please, [name],
and write the first sentence.
You can go back to your seat now.
Don't write anything down, yet.
Just listen carefully.
If you don't understand, ask me.
Can you repeat what I have just said?
Please all repeat together!
Check your work carefully.
Check that you have written your name on the paper.
Swap/exchange papers with your neighbour.
Pay attention, please.
You can sk questions later.
Concentrate on what you are doing
Cross it out neatly, and write it again.
Leave a margin.
Can I have a volunteer?
I need someonme to help me.
Today we are going to do a role play.
Imagine you are [somebody].
Remeber to bring [something] tomorrow.

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