Read the patterns and compose your own dialogues using the phrases below:
— to watch a horror film
A: Would you like to watch / Do you fancy watching a horror film?
B: No thanks. I don’t like horror films.
- have a drink / to drink
- something to eat
- to go out for a meal
- an ice-cream
- to go horse-riding this weekend
- to come to a party on Saturday
- a piece of chewing gum
- to have a look at my newspaper
— see / Shakespeare play ?
A: Have you ever seen a Shakespeare play ?
B: Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
A: When did you see it ?
B: Two years ago. I saw “Hamlet”.
- try / Indian food ?
- have / car accident ?
- ride / a horse ?
- work / at a factory ?
- have / operation ?
- meet / someone famous ?
- be / the United States ?
- write / any poetry ?
- win / any money ?
- have / your name in a newspaper ?