Enquiries games/ worksheets

Making inquiries and answering inquiries PDFs and teaching tips. If you like anything else and want more, please support TEFLtastic.

Teaching dealing with enquiries articles

How to teach dealing with enquiries

List of useful language for dealing with enquiries

Useful language for giving bad news

Photocopiable enquiries classroom activities

Email enquiries disappearing text memory game

Enquiries about Zoom emailing lesson

Email enquiries and requests the same or different (in this very cheap e-book)

Email enquiries chain writing (in this bargain e-book)

Emailing line by line brainstorming (including enquiries, in this very reasonable e-book)

Email requests and enquiries coin game (in this reasonably priced e-book)

Email requests and enquiries error correction pairwork (in this absolute bargain e-book)

Emails turning down requests giving reasons practice (in this ridiculously cheap e-book)

Responding to email enquiries and requests simplest responses game (in this low priced e-book)

Informal telephone enquiries line by line brainstorming (in this low cost e-book)

Telephone enquiries jigsaw games (in this inexpensive e-book)

Telephone enquiries roleplays (in this good value e-book)

Requests and enquiries with have games

Dealing with requests and enquiries responses card games

Dealing with enquiries jigsaw text and brainstorming

Dealing with requests and enquiries line by line brainstorming (including telephoning language and roleplays)

Dealing with requests and enquiries politeness competition board game

Dealing with enquiries First lesson (also great as a needs analysis/ GTKY/ review of polite indirect questions for any Business English class, I’ve since found)

Dealing with enquiries Step by step roleplays

Saying no to enquiries

Functional language for dealing with enquiries

Telephone enquiries tips and useful phrases  (with roleplays on the last page)

Related pages

Indirect questions page

Requests and offers page

Telephoning page

Business functional language main page

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