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Language normally used in informal conversation but not in formal speech or writing, e.g. Give Gran a ring, OK?
Decline, refuse an invitation
To say that you will not accept an invitation, e.g. I'm sorry but I can't.
To ask for information, e.g. What time does the train leave?
To show or make known a feeling or an opinion in words.
I can swim.
I'm planning to visit him next year.
He needs to get a new passport.
You must wear a seatbelt.
You can have a look at my book.
I'd rather have coffee than tea.
He should be in later.
You mustn't use your mobile phone while driving
Language used in offical conversations or writing, e.g. Yours faithfully.
The reason or purpose for communication, e.g. making a suggestion; giving advice.
A phrase which is an example of a function and shows the purpose of what the speaker is communicating, e.g. Let's ...
To welcome someone, often with words, e.g. Hello, how are you?
Language which is not suitable in a particular situation.
Language used in unoffical conversations or writing, e.g. Hi John.
To order or tell someone to do something, e.g. Please turn to page 12 and do exercise 1.
To discuss with someone to reach an agreement, e.g. If you help me now, I'll help you next week.
A style of speaking or writing that is neither formal nor informal, but in between. It is appropriate for most situations.
To guess or say what you think may happen, e.g. I think the story will end happily.
The formality or informality of the language used in a particular situation.
To ask someone politely to do something, e.g. Please could you open the window?
To guess something based on information you have, e.g. I think it might be an easy test.